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EVENING BPLMBTIN, HONOUTLU. T H . MONDAY. SHPT. 3. 1006.
A FRAME MAY MAKE
OR SPOIL A PICTURE
1'SHIP NEARLY RUNS ! -jtofflBlill
MM! T'r OF Mill)
A PARTICULAR WEEK SET APART
FOR THEIR PARTICULAR BENBPIT.
N. S.. Sachs Dry Goods Co Ltd.
Cor. Port and Buretunln
It rich and pure and presents to the consumer a milk eminently suit
able (or every purpoie.
PIONEER BRAND EVAPORATED CREAM li pure cow'e milk
evaporated to the consistency of cream. It Is thoroughly sterilized,
thereby ensuring perfect keeping qualities.
For coffee, tea or chocolate, It Is unrivalled. It Is excellent and
Inexpensive for Ice-cream. As a substitute for ordinary milk or cream
Its equal has yet to be discovered.
A PERFECT UNSWEETENED CONDENSED MILK. ,-
Bold by all rlrat class Grocers. , . ,
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd
Distributors for Hawaii
saenilfib principles of
RAINIER BOTTLING WORK8,
The Bulletin, 75cts per month
TELEPHONE WHITE 1331.
Arthur kSewalI's Narrow
Escape From Going
I reached by the Tooth Brush, cleans-
I Ing and purifying them, and Impart-
Tho ship Arthur Sewall, which ar- '" " a 're"' el"nly sensation, at
rlted from Manila niter an unusually'0 become a Joy to the mouth and
long uugo last Saturday night, had refreshing to the whole sytttm. SO
us nanun an esumo fri)iu iilailnc her-1 ZODONT.
self In tint same predicament as the
Manchuria mid the Sheildaii. an she
(.unlet poislbly hae had In fact to
those unletting her from the shore II
looked us if she had lull on the left off
Wulklkl, but hud inunuged to gut on
When the Sewall came In to port
she naturally expected to ttnd u tug
waiting fur her to bring her Into the
harhor, but such una not the case, as
oery boat lu tho harbor ui at worl:
011 L.thlug some une of the teasels
now In trouble Capt, (laffry kept on
coming In, evidently expecting tho
Fearless to put In an nppearauce and
Vihen about opposite the Seaside hotel
denied to stop and bold.
She was nl this time almost In the
ery mldil of tbu breakers which stir
lounded the Wulklkl reef and It looked
to those on khore, who gathered In u
moment, us If she was In u bjd pri'dlc
uiiieut. The fact thai she InimeUlatel)
heKun to hum slguul lights made mat
ters look sit I the worse, hut suddenly
gathering speed, she seemed to pull
uwuy from her dangerous position and
Blurt for the harbor entrance.
The Sewnll had a long trip from Ma
nila, being 71 dayn on the way, exper
iencing only the lightest of winds. She
Is discharging the 1C0O tons of coal
that ohe brought, at the Naval wharf,
and will then load sugar for New
The ofTtcers of the Arthur Sowall
slate that at no tlm ewcro they In ser
ious danger of running ashore. They
were watching the reef closely and
stnto that they did not como within a
quarter of a mile of it at uny time. In
speaking of the matter to a Ihillctlu
eporter this morning Klrst Olllccr Kat
"Wo did not hmo less than 2
fathoms of water at any time when
wo were off Wulklkl or In fact till we
came to nnclioi alongside the Astral.
1 he lights we t.nt up were fur u pllut,
mid we burned white lights Instead of
blue, as' we had run out of the latter
altogether. Our trip from Manila wus
ery unutciitfi' but was slow on 11c
(oiint of the foul hat we stiuck light
winds all the way over.
"Wo had only ono trouble on the
trip over: that was In legnrd to tohac
ro. Wo had plenty of elgaru when we
left Manila, hut before 'we camo In
they were almost all gone and we had
to bleak them up In order to have to
bacco for our pipes,
"1 shall bo glad to see some of my
old friends In this city, among them
Capt .Milter, whom I know on the At
lantic Coast. I am surprised that he
It not lu charge of mime of this wreck
ing work, an I do not think thero Is a
man on the Pad lie (,'oisl who lias had
us liiiuli experience In Oils lino, t
knew 111 sis well vhen ho wus on the
Atliutlc ami I was running down to
South America as captain of a steam
er." HILO CONVENTION
llllo, Hawaii, Aug. 30. The Itepub
llruii County Convention will be hold
hern In llllo on September 27th, In
ktead of at Kallua, us wus provluusly
aniioiiured by the County Committee.
It was Tumid that it wus impossible In
make Htcumer urrutigcmenls which
would cnuhh) nil of the dclcgutes tn
icuih Kallua, ami tho cliaugo had ac
cordingly tu bu made. Delegates nici
requested to take particular notlio of
tho alteration In the arrangements.
LUCAS III Honolulu, Sept. 2, Clias.
M. Luras, rarpentor, aged 49 vears,
a nntivn of Sun Krunclsco, leaving
11 wife and three children,
Funeral sen Ices tit ho Catholic
tiMhedrsl ut 3 i. 111. today; Interment
In Ni'iiumi Cemetery.
Suit Kranclsco papors ploase copy.
P. E R. Strauch
1-2 OF 97000 OR 13500 Modern Ur,
Hesldencu, 4 yrs. old, servant liouve,
wash house, stables, lot 170 x 210,
ornamental and fruit trees, healthy
locality nr. car. This Is au excep
tional opportunity to buy an ele
gant home at half cost, I.and $3000,
$1500. Host known Hoarding ft Room
In. llnnaA In Pllv fiver in rnnms.
Alunva full Unlit mini. Owner
wants to retlro.
2 liniiBen with larce In'n. Karmlnna.
nr. Bt. Elliaijcth Homo, also 2 un-
Improved. lotB 00x130. cheap,, etc.,
lots, G0x2G0 ca., with 2 bedr. cot
tages, King St. nr. Kalakaua Ave.
Cr. cottage, largo (tallies, 7CxU0,
$1300, 1-3 cash, very cheap.
Largo Iioiibo and lot, Insane ABylum
2 bedr. cottage, Kapalama nr.
2 bedr. cottage, ueacb ltd., $10 p. m.,
WAITY BLDC, 74 3. KINO STRKIT
A .Liquid Antiseptic and Non-acid
Dentifrice will penetrate the little
crevices of the teeth that cannot be
,1 HEW IRE
IHIW FOR WORK
The Chinese Pair held at lolanl 1
school grounds 011 Saturday was 11 I
great success ami the officers wish tu
thank the follow lug helpers who took
part at tne Fair
Fancy uootii Mrs Atimir won.
t. airman; Madam Chang Cho King.
J.,r"'e,,a,V :' M1" Mar KU8, ""'I
ieo htl t-liung. I
Tlssuo I'apcr llooth Mrs. a. Augur,
chairman. Mrs. J, II Morgan, Misses
Aino Chang Tso Kan, Lizzie Kong,
Jennie Kong, Wong I'm 01 und Thjam
Flowers and Plants lloolh Mrs. T.
J. King and Mrs. S' hacfer, chairmen;
.Mrs.' C. M. V, K0r3.tr, Misses Jose
phine Soper, Mar) Chltig Kong and
Chinese Slinu lliu llooth Mrs.
Howl Yotin. chalnii.in, Mrs. Chlng Kun
Put, Mrs. Van lllu Yap. Misses llutli
ane. Elizabeth Chang, L'u Jin Chang,
Kn Kook Yap utid Jennie Chung.
Laundry Uooth Mrs Kosa, chair
man; Mrs. K. T. llerry und Mrs. Sharp.
Ice Cream nud Cornucopias Mra. II.
II. ltesturlck, Mrs Murray, Mrs. tiffing
cr, Misses Atiule Kong, Uan Yin Chlng,
Mary Wong, Lizzie Kau, Vuu Yin !",
Mrs. Wood and Miss Wood, Harry
Kong. Chung M011 Yin and Leu Choi.
Doll llooth Mjilinies Lee, Kngllsh
dolls; Mrs. Aseu und Mrs. Chung Klin.
Cnndy Ihxjth-Mrs P. Kjler, chair
man; Mrs. Kong Yin let. the Misses
Woodford, Miller, Clunger. Uraiu Ng.
Tean Kun Yin ami Ng Ku 01.
Lemonade Pool li .Mrs. T. A. Ping,
chairman; MIs'hu tlcrtlo nud Con
stance Tinker, l'ook Chin Yap and
Wedding Ilcceptlou Mrs. I T.
Kong, chairman; Mr. Kong Mow Tct,
Mr. Chang Kim. Miss Lily Kong, ush
ers: MUhch Ituth Ynp. l'utig ltn Kong,
Musters Joseph Ynp, tlcorge W. Chung,
Knu Ten Young, Knit Mm l-cong:
brldo and brlilegroom: Misses C011-
stnnco ltesturlck, Lizzie Kong, Dertha
Kau, Annie Kong, Mary le and Jen
Slides Masters Ivan Graham, Hey
nold McOrew, Paul Chung, Murk Sang,
l.o On and Kan. Yow.
Gatekeepers -Mr. Cation, Mr. Spen
rer Ulckertoii. i:. S. Kong, Tul Lung
und many uilicrs.
The bride's diess Is the property of
Lam Bay Yap's daughter-in-law, who
kindly lent II. It Is one of the pret
tiest und best lu the Territory.
Tho decoration committees were
Kong Yin Tet. Tul Sing. Luke Dal See.
'v'um Y1111 Kook und Yap See Young.
Mrs. K, 1 Knug wus the president
IvmiK wus ui un-viiH-m
and manager of thu fair, assisted by
Mrs. W. M.
lt,.l,na,t .! flu 1 Ills
uiuuaiii mi'i .iibb 111
Kong. The net proceeds wlH be about
Captain Humphrey, U. S. A, tluar
tertnasler's Department, returning
from the Sherldju wreck oft Darnel's
l'otnt last evening, gave out the fol
lowing: "Tho Sin rldan has been securely
moored and Is now resting easily, do
ing no furlhi r damage tn herself h)
pounding or rolling. Sho will he left
as she Is until the arrival of the siw
ertul iiumtis und thu wrecking gear,
which (iavu been sent for from Sun
1 have rc'ilved cable advices that
thlB gear will he Mhlpped from han
Krunclscu on tho Koieu, sailing on
Tuesday, Tho transport lliiford has
nlso been ordered hero and will sail
Ironi Seattle on the same date, Sep
"Wo liavo taken all tho baggage) off
thu Sheridan anil tho personal prop
erty of all the passengers. The per
Ivhuhle fielght has ulto been brought
"Tho only vessel of tho Inter-Island
fleet which will be used fiom now 011
Is tho Iwntanl, which has been char
tered as a tender. Sho Is now ul the
wreck with the wuter burge, fur
which, nt last, a usu has been found.
'"I he captain und crew will remain
mi hoard the transport."
1'er slnir Maul. .sept. 2, from hnuat
ports. Willie Kills. Miss I). Sheldon
Miss (1. Sheldon, Miss M. I'ukol, l'aul I
U'lnke, Master llowers, Mis. W. L. 1
llowers, Miss Lucy liarba. Miss K.
Ilookuno, 11 l.ovell, Mr. Harris, MIbsj
I', Abbe), Miss IMIth Sole, II. Kulielc,
S, TunuUii, M Schrenbeck. Mlns A, 1".
Concilia, Manuel C'ui'lra, Goo Ah I
Wo. Sanford Illuke, W. !'. Wilson, Mis
J (1 Sllva. Muster Sllvu, K. (J. Ahaua,
Mrs W. 11. (the. Ah Clinch-, Miss Tug-1
gun, Miss M 'lltiomh, Miss A. Mini
don. Miss M Kills, Sister Alhertlna,
J Kiiimeluth, lb Japanese, C Koieaim,
p- Flno Job Printing at the Bul
PU1UN0 ON TRANSPORT
III NOW ABANDONED
Formal Action Taken To
The September torm of the Circuit
Court was formally opened this morn
lug at !t o'clock 'I he great event did
not attract much attention, present be
ing only the court officials, police oltl
cvrs, a bunch of prisoners mid u stray
1 eporter, The court wus adjourned un
til 10 h, tn, tomorrow, 110 business be
The opening of the court was mere
ly u formallt). The statute su)s that
the September teim shall open on the
first Monday of September, but as this
coincides with I.nbor Day the question
I'As been raised whether It should bo
rpened the following day or not Last
'"" Lj.'Tlndsav who was ben
J" Xlgc "owned wurt on Tuc,
K'8lalil'LJU' ?:. ?!u,.?'Lc0.,r!"J Lu.1"
lefore the Simreme Court, which de-
,,, , t , ,-, , j ,
, m ,luwerM hWw5 ,0 ud
risking listing the question taken be
rnru ii..s iTnits .1 utilise Uui.rMi.i nmfi
ui v iiiv uhiii 11 n 1 o uii'i ihu Xauiits
mi ho opened court today to make tho
pialtcr absolutely sine.
The calendar this term has on Inno
tatlon In that the rases, Instead of be
ing given consecutive numbers accord
tug to their place, lire given the rcgu
jar numbers, which were given tueui
en filing. It Is probable that by this
romo confusion will be uvolded, whl4i
cccnslonally arose under the double
The criminal calendar for this term
tontalns fit cases, a considerable re
duction as compared with that of for
Uer terms. This Is accounted for prin
cipally by the wholesale weeding out
of "dead wood" cases, which was mad)'
during the April term. The most Inter
esting cases aro those of George Wal
nee Jr., charged with murder In the
first degreo; llulemniio, charged with
manslaughter; nud Geo. Lucas, charg
rd with embezzlement. Judgu Do Holt
will handle, the criminal calendar 1111
til Judge Lindsay returns from the
mainland, when he will take It over.
The civil calendar, of which Judgu
Koblnson will take charge, contains
131 rases. The Jury-wnlved calendar
includes 7!i cases, which Judge Do
Holt will hear. The llrst actual wort
of the term will ho douo tomorrow.
when Judge De Holt will empanel the
Grand Jury and chargu it.
A farewell dinner was given at tho
Volt ami lloiiBo Sunday evening by
Mr. Demosthenes Lycurgus tn his
guests who are to depart during tho
One long tnblo was spread, beauti
fully decorated with trailing rose
vines, hydranglas and cnruatlons, at
which all the guests sat down, twen
ty-live lu number ,
Mrs. Henry Cnslie of Honolulu wnn
the guist of honor as the one who
had been longest nt thu house, titty
The following was tlm menu: Cream
of celery soup, tuvlur sandwiches,
fried mullet and tartar sauce, olives,
celery, ruasl pig (roasted whole),
French pens, asparagus, alligator
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1 v. vm'iwiniv vhks. inn ...
r, . . . ,. i..,.-
vtintn 11 vi u uiiuin iiiiii fiiii'i
ale, as follows: To "Our Wives nud
Sweethearts," responded to by W. L.
Howard; to "Mrs, Castle, tho Guest
of Honor," by Mr. Lvrurgus; to "Our
Guests," (Mrs. Win. Slilpiilun ami Mrs,
C. W. Ashford). by Mr. Lindsay; to
"Our Host, Mr, Lvcurgus," and to
"Mis. Holland," by Mrs. Castle, Oil
era contributed to the (iitertalnment
with stories, loiiundriims and songi.
Dr. Kobnyushl of Honolulu fn orlng
with u Japanese Ijivii Song.
Those present were: Mrs. lleury
Castle, Miss Khanor Castle, Mrs. Wm.
SlilpuiKii, Mrs. ('. W. Ashford, Mr. und
Mrs. Aler. Craw, Dr. and Mrs. K0I11
yaShl, Mrs. Giirney, Miss Guruey, Miss
Mcl.aln, Miss Sndle MWjiIii, Miss Mol
Ho Grace, Miss K.lslu Werthiiiueller,
Mr S. It. Wertlimiieller, Mlsv Mary
l.awrnue, Miss Nillle Haker, Miss
Florento Harrison, Miss Jean Van
W I.. Howard, Mr. Adam
I Lindsay, Miss Annie Lindsay, Master
,, , ,H.,n.henoll i.,c,lrE n,,d
Evening Bulletin 75 per month.
OF FINE JEWELRY
NOW ON DISPLAY.
Gold Mounted BackCombs
US HOTEL 8TREET nr. FORT ST
Better Than Ever
'PHONE BLUE 1411.
In the same old place.
In the same old way.
But Newly Furnished, Clean
11 to 4 Every Day,
STAR OYSTER HOUSE.
Ws pridt ourselves with havlnu the taite to choose a frame
that will show a picture to the best advantage, If the matter Is
left to our selection
Or, If you chooie ths moulding, we gn take pride In hav
ing such a handsome assortment that you cannot fall to find Jutt
what you want.
Our stock of moulding and ready-made frames was oresty
added to by a large new auortment which arrived in the Alameda,
HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY COMPANY,
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Is tn splendid position to secure for Its patrons the very best Island meat,
eartfully handled. Alio Island Poultry of every dsscriptln.
Jas. E. Westbrook
TELEPHONE MAIN 71
Bishop Trust Co.,
Stores on Fort Street $2C 00 per
Cottage on Artesian Street $10.00
Cottage on Young Street $18 00 per
a 1-4 acres adjoining baseball
grounds rental $35 00 per month;
could be Increased.
7 acres Paakea (out Beretanla
Street), house, cottage, etables, fish
pond, etc. Owner leaving Honolulu.
Will accept any reasonable otter.
Lots In Kahnukl, cleared $300.00
REAL ESTATEJOR SALE.
B Building Iota In Manoa Valley, 1 2
acre each, $1000 a lot.
Beautiful site, bracing air, magnifi
Albert F. Afong,
Telephone Main 407. P. O. Box 701,
920 FORT STREET.
8TOCK AND BOND BROKER.
MEMBER HONOLULU STOCK AND
1J7 MERCHANT STREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
IN KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION
and Other Desirable Localities.
HOMES FOR SALE
ON WILDER and GULICK AVE8.
Na Reasonable Offer Refused.
P. H. Burnetts,
Attorney-at-Law and Notary Publfs.
Real Estate, Loans, Collections,
Agent to Grant Carriage Licenses,
Phonett: Office Main 310; Res.Wh.134f.
J. M. Davis
8EWINQ MACHINE REPAIRER.
1256 FORT ST. near BERETANIA.
Sewing machines for sale.
A machine cleaned and put In or
lllunk books of all sorts. ledgers
etc , manufactured hy tho llulletln l'ulv
Fine Job Printing at the Bul
maketh the stomach Joyful. Dut It Is
often a problem to find the right place
to get what Is really tender The fru.
gal housewife gets her meats here,
while the one who things she can sav
a sixpence by getting them In another
place often spends a shilling In other
expenses Then you mutt count the
cost of the energy In making the meat
tender with a hammer.
Meat Co., Ltd.
FORT BT. OPP. LOVE m nn.
Jutt Arrived per Nebraskan.
Fine Driving Horses
and a lot of Thoroughbred Chlckeis.
TEL. MAIN 109.
Fine for plantation work. Call early
and make your seleetUn,
Sciiuman Carriage Co,
ALCX. YOUNQ BLOO.
W.W. WWht Co.
have opened a Horseshoe
ing department In connec
tion with their carriage
hop, etc. Having secur
ed the services of a first
class shoer they are pre
pared to do all work In
trusted to them In a first
class manner, :: :: :: ::
PHONE MAIN 285.
By faithful Japanese couple,
man as gardenor, wife as
Dy Japanese girl, to take caia
Japanese Hotels Union
KINO and MAUNAKEA.
Bamboo Turnlture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
663 8. BERETANIA ST.
TELEPHONC BLUE 881.
0 TRY IT o
BEST 5c. SMOKE IN THE
HAYSELDEN TODACCO CO,
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