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DELIGHTED ! ISHlmNi NTaL1ENCE
At Last !
Columbia and Cleveland
1906 Bicycles are Here
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THAT'S WHAT CONSUMERS OF '
Gordon's Dry Gin
Earthquake anil fire prevented prompt delivery this year, but
now that they are here they are good to look at and better to ride.
If you are really In a hurry, have that 45 mlle-an hour feeling,
why not ride a Columbia Molorcyclc7 They are the real thing. Wc
have Jut received two of these Motorcycles and one la already told
the other goes to whoever speaks first.
The most complete line of bicycles, parts and bicycle sundries
and a large repair shop, can be found at
E. O. HALL & SON, LTD.
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGli
Wc pack, haul and ship yuui
goods and save you money.
Dealctf In STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Stotajc in Brick. W-trchame,
' " W zm fas
' JFii A-" " ""
IN ALL DEPARTMENTS AT THE
. POPULAR STORE ON ALAKEA ST.
Ladies' Walking Skirts
SUMMER WEIGHTS NCW MATERIAL8.
Latest Eastern Styles In Black, Pearl-Grey, Navy and Tan, fine qual
ity cloth S7.no
Light weight, mid gray voile skirts 87.50
A fine ladles' cloth circular skirt, in all the new colors, at $0.50
At $5,00 we are showing a beautiful Voile skirt In black, gray and
' At 83.50 vve have a great, line of new-style skirts, black and fash
Laces! Laces! Laces!
All the new laces will be found in this Department. Baby Irish, now
n great demand, we have in sets of all widths from.
y The New Batiste Lace Is finding great favor this season. We are
showing a nice line.
j Orientals from ll!1.' to 75S In white and cream.
Torchons and Vals. in big variety in every width made.
All-Overs in Baby Irish, Orientals, Batiste, Etc., Etc., from
4 25 to S5.00 yd.
A choice line of exclusive hats. The object of this Department is not
to sell two hats alike. Our prices on the new season's millinery are mar
At $12.00, $15.00, $17.50 and $20.00 have been reduced to
9. S7.50 S?10. and 915.
handsomest line ever shown in Honolulu.
Moussetlne de Fleura In beautiful patterns, we are showing at 30
Is pleasing to every lady we show them tn.
The new Repes. at .10? is a seller and the Alice blue is particularly
popular at 20 d. We are showing tome rich oatln-strlpe Organdies In a
large variety of colors.
Our 10 line pf Waah Goods is the bett by tar ever shown by us.
mm- WE WILL BE PLEASED TO SHOW OUR FINE NEW STOCK.
L. B. KERR
Weekly Bulletin $1 Per Year
126 King St. Phone Main 58
A Modern Business
has revolutionised his methods of fil
ing correspondence, bills and memo
randa. The Modern Business Man,
Merchant, or Manufacturer Is hereby
cpprlsed of the very complete stock
we always keep on hand of
LETTER AND BILL FILES I
lettered to meet all requirements
Special Attention Given to Country '
Orders by Mall.
MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS, ETC.
Wall, Nichols Co., Lid.
& CO., Ltd.,
say after partaking of this
delicious production of
the distiller's art. Truly,
this gin Is Perfection It.
self. A trial will con
vince you of Its superiori
ty over all other brands
ottered In this market.
PHONE MAIN 140.
101 TO 10S 8. KINO ST.
You Actually Save
when we make your clothes to your
measure for the same price as you pay
for ready-to wear hand-mc downs. Be-,
cause our clothes have the right sryie
and give entire satisfaction. No man
can alford to go shabby these days.
STYLE, FIT AND DURABILITY
IN OUR SUIT8 FOR
$20 TO $30.
Geo. A. Martin
OPEN SATURDAY UNTIL 8 P. M.
Thu advertisement, for Wallac-h's
Remedies, appearing I'rlilay, August
31, whh liiHcrtPil wllbont aiitborlty
Irom Chambers DniK Co.. Ltd.
3177-lt J. LOU WAI.I.ACH
ISLAND CU R I 0 8
make good presents
for your friends. Best , A fi fi NehnlflKan. Woe.lon. for
selection In town atlc,,, i.-rnneliii o. ln Kabuliil. E n. m
The Island Curio Co.,
Elite Btdg., Hotel St.
IN THK CIRCUIT COUItT OF Till'
Third Judicial Clicult, Tonltory of
Hawaii. At Chambers; In Probate.
In tho Matter of tho Kntatu of Franz
Christina Wllhelm lltichholtz, deceas
ed. Order of Notice of Petition for
Allowance of Final Accounts and Dis
charge Ij) This Kstatc. Tho petition
and accounts of W. Pfotenliiiuer, ad
ministrator with the will annexed of
Franz ClulHtlan Wllhelm lltichholtz
lato of South Kona, Hawaii, balng
been presented, wherein he asks lo bo
allowed 12S.i;nn.8l, and charges blin
i.elf with $25,111.10 nnd asks that
the aciompanylng accounts may
examined and nnntoved. nnd that nl
final order may ho made illhcbarglng
lilm and his sureties from all further
icsponnlbtllty as such administrator,
It Js ordered that Wednesday, the
10th day or October. A. II. 19(H, at
10 o'clock u, m., before tho jiidgo of
Mild court at tho courtroom of tho
r.alcl court a.t Kallua, Island of Ha
waii, bo and tho tamo Is hereby ap
pointed n.s tho time and place for
hearing said petition and accounts,
Mid that alt persons Intel est cd may
then ami thoro appear nnd show
cause. If any they have, why tho samo
Miniild nut be granted, anil may pro
rent evidence us In who arc entitled
lo tho said property. Ami that nntlcn
of this order, In tho Kngllsli language,
be published In tho livening Ilullctln,
r. newspaper printed and published In
Honolulu, for three successive weeks,
thn last publication tn bo not less
than two woeks previous to the time
therein appointed for said hearing.
Dated at Kallua, this 27th day of
August, A. I). lilOG. ,
JOHN At.llKItT MATTIIKWMAN,
(Seal) Judgo of thn Clicult Court of
tho Third Circuit.
Attest: JOHN (lltKia.
Clerk or I li(! Circuit Court or thu
3177 Sept. 3. 10. 17. 24.
Assessment No. 2 of 25 or $5.0(1
per share, has been railed on tho cap -
Ital stock of Hawaiian Mahogany
Lumber Co., Ltd., duo and payable to
tho Treasurer at tho Ofllco of tho
Henry W'atcrhouso Trust Company,
Ltd, corner of Toil and Merchant
Streets, mi or before September W,
A. N. CAMPHKU,.
Ticasuror, Hawaiian MaUogany
Lumber Co., Ltd,
Honolulu, Sept. 1, 190U.
l.nat quarter of thr moon 8ept. 10th
Times of the tide are taken from
the United States Coast atJ Gcodctlo
Snturiliy, September I
Am. pp. Arthur Sennit. (Inffry. from
Miinlln, 8 p. m. (am bored outside)
Biiml.iy, September 2.
Stmr. lwalanl, I'lllz, from Mulokal
ports, 7 n. m.
Htinr. Maul. Dennett, from Kiiunl
ports, CHS n. in.
Htmr. Nocnit, I'ectcrson. ftom Mntm
kona, G n. m.
srt)vr rion'ccr, In low of tug Clou
from Walmnnalo, 12 in p in.
Monday, September .1.
Thk i:icu. McAIIMor, from Wifl
liuilinlo (lienrc Kept. 2), 12 in.
Revenue culler .Miiimltig, Jojnes.
fiom Itarlicr'H Point, ! n. in.
Slmr lwalanl, I'll z, from Harbor's
Point, 7 a. m.
Sundry, September 2.
Nor. Ki. Knrino, I'iUiius, for Port '
Townsend, II n. m !
Momt.iy, September X j
Slmr. J. A. Ciimnilni. for KihiUii ,
port. 7 u. m.
Am, srhr. Ilcrtle Minor, Itaven, foi '
Orny's Harbor, 1 la m. I
Tug Klcu, McAllister, for Wnlmn-I
tnilo, 2 p. m. I
SAID NO TODAY.
Slmr Kn Ail Hon, Tullett. for Knin.,
C p. mm.
Sclir. Ada, for Maul ports, S p. m.
' P. M. S. S. Siberia. Zcciler, from the
Slmr. Malum l.a. Slmcrson, from
1 Kona and Khii pnrtx, 7 a. m.
I P. M. S. S. Siberia, Zecder, from Yo-
koliuma, 7 n. in.
Stmr. Klnnii ','Ol.irko. for Maul anil
Hawaii HirU. at,12 m.
Stmr. Maul, Dennett, for Kanal portu
at li p. m.
I T. M. 8 . S.Siberia, Zeoiler, for San
Franrlsco (ilueTrom Orient, probably
I Kail In iifternoon).
1 Sclir. ConiorO. HlyaKlil. for Knlttia,
I HooUcna, Kapiina a ml Kannlluie, .
Sclir. Cliiis. U Woodhuiy, Harris, for
' llito, llonnlpu 'and Kawalli.ic, S p. m
t j.tmr Ko Al, 1Iou Tcti, fr Knual
ports, 5 pm.
Stmr. Noe.ni, for HamnKua ports, 5
Stmr. I.lliellkc, Naopal.i. for Molokal
ports, G p. in.
M N. S. S. Illlonlan. Johnson, for
Portland ami San Francisco, via llllo,
5 p. m.
Mmr Mlknbnla, Mitchell, for Kauai
ports, 5 p. m.
SAIL f RIDAY.
Stmr, Mauna I.oj. Klmcrson,
I Kona and Kau ports, 12 in.
WAS IN CHARGE OF
Dry Dock Dewey
Capt J N. Wood, who was In
charge of the drjdock Dewey on lis
long tow around tho world, wns n pas
senger nbnard tho wrecked Sheridan.
"Our long voyngo wns an eventful
one" said tho Captain to n Ilullctln
representative yesterday. "Wo ex
perienced rough sens In the North
Atlantic, where wo hroko looso from
tho flagship (llaclcr that was towing
us. Again tho weather In tho Medi
terranean was extremely bad. In tho
China Sea, with tho strong winds buf
feting ngalnht tho high sides of the
dock, It was at times surprising that
wo did not experience dlsnstcr. Kvou
tually, after n six months nnd thir
teen das trip from Chesapeake liny,
wo nnchnrcil safely In Suhlg Hay,
"I cannot throw any light on thn
can no. of tho Sheridan's wreck, but It
does seem strnngo tUat I nnd to bo
It was evident from this last re
mark that Captain Wood did not think
ho would enjoy his enforced stop In
Honolulu, When told of tho good nc-
cnmmodallnns ho would get here, and
I of some of tho thlncs worth seeing
his state of mind was changed,
. Mr, Isaacs, a Navy officer who was
n watch ntllccr aboard tho flagship
filacler while, towing tho drydock
Dowcy to Sublg Hay. Is a passonger
an tho trnnspoit. Tho third officer
nnd most of thn crew that manned the
drjilock urn nlso aboard, going hndf
lo the States.
Thn Weekly Edition of tho Kvcnlng (
ilullctln gives, n romplcto summitry or
i tno news of tuo day. For SI ycr'
' SPECIAL SHOWING THIS WEEK
New French Organdies
Printed Silk Mulls
.PUT THEM IN ALBUMS
It's tlio most sensible hobby that
The cards should be placed Jnan
album to preserve them and keep
them In the order In which they are
We have a new slock of albums
made for postals fiom 20c. up to very
'Hawaiian News Go.,
ALEXANDER YOUNG BLDG.
jZJtZn r'it 7 tZ2-ZJ-eU t rt Hj
' . . . !
i An tconomist
it A National Cash Register Is
'Jt an economist and a provider. It
records sales and all transac
tions affecting cash er credit.
It tells you who the soldier is
in your sales department and
who errs In making change. It
makes no difference how small,
tho business Is the sales can be
made larger by Its use.
FOR THE OFFICE. ')
Specialty Co. &
Is. most successfully done," oays a
Chicago expert business adviser, "by
keeping the delivery wagon In good
irpalr, well varnished, and with the
firm nans attractively and conspicu
cusly painted on the wagon."
Business Men, there Is good advice
In this. When you see the point, come
to us and arrange for having your de
livery wagon made, a business attract
er. We'll estimate the price You'll find
427 QUEEN ST. TEL. MAIN 47.
P. O. BOX 1t3.
JC. W. ZEIQLER Manager
K. FUJITA & CO.
ARTISTIC CABINET WORK AND
NUUANU ST. OPPOSITE KUKUI.
William T. Patv,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
All classes of Building Work
promptly and carefully executed.
Office 'Phone Blue 1801.
Residence 'Phono Blue 233
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
' tcrlptlon made to order. Boiler work
land RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation
j purposek a specialty. Particular aJen-
I linn naif. n Inn USrmiS ,. .m.I..
executed at shortest notice.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER
PAINTING, PAPER HANGING! AND
1335 Nuuanu St., below Honolulu Hotel
M. W. McCHESNEY & SON8,
Jjsjr- BULLETIN AD3, PAY
THE I AUIIALA
MEAL TICKETS 91.00 2t MEALS.
COR. HOTEL AND ALAKEA 3T8.
omaha, kansas city,
Chicago: st. lour
And All Principal Eastern Points.
Be suro your ticket reads via tie
For full Information call on
8. F. BOOTH, Q. A.,
Ferry Building, San Francisco, Cal.
A Single Hour
devoted to the consideration of
and examination for a policy In the i
New England Mutual
Life Insurance Co.,
OF BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS,
will give to yourself and your
MANY YEAR8 OF HAPPINE88.
Full Information and specimen pol
icy given on application.
Castle & Cooke,
HONOLULU, T. H.
Catton, Neill & Co.,
ENGINEERS A r. .j MACHINISTS,
QUEEN anH KICHA1D3 8TS.
Boilers re-tubed with charcoal Iroi
or steel tubes; genual tr n work.
Office, 248 QUEEN tT. HONOLULU.
Cotton Bros &Co
Plans and estimates furnished for
all classes contracting work.
TEL. MAIN 246.
ROOM 300, BOSTON BLK., Honolulu.
OF ALL KINDS.
Dealers In Lumber and Cor
queen ST., :: :
o OF o
STEW PANS and GARDEN HOSE
r'ISHNETS, TWINE AND BRONZE
WIRE CLOTH AT
A. FERNANDEZ & SON,
Nos. 44-50 King St., Kattty Clock, bet
Nuuanu and 8mlth 8t.; Tel. Main 189.
Tho WcoKly Edition of tho Evening i nlank books of all aorta, ledgers,
tlulletin gives a tomplcto summary of etc., manufactured by tho Bulletin Pub
Ihe nowa of tbo day. For SI W' llsbins Company.
ON TUESDAY, 8EPT. 4, 1J06, ''
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
at tho xalesroom or JAB. 1 MORGAN.
No. XI7 Kaaluitnatiu street, I will sell
at public auction, for aeenunt of whom
It may concern, tho following mer
chandise, damaged by salt water on
ojaRO of importation from Lclth,
Scotland, per Norwegian ship Karmo,
.1. l-'alrlaes master, arrived August 12,
Clrclo II B Nos. 771-78414 bales
" " -'8ln. Jute- filter press
" " Non. 785-790 fi bales 38
In. Juto fitter press
" Nun. 791-82030 bales
Lol Clrclo II 8-Nos. 771-784 Ten
bnles ilatnaRcd, each
Jialo conlalnlnR five
'rolls, numbers as be
' low: '
No. 7715 rolls daniRRCd.
No, 7732 "
No. 7752 "
No. 770 G "
No. 7772 "
No. 77D t "
lo. 7K0 2 "
No. 7X13 "
No. 78.1 5 "
No. 7841 "
U. Clrclo II S Nob. 785-790 Five
hales damnRcd, each
bale containing flvo
roll.), numbers as be
No. 785 5 rolls damaged.
No. 786 1 "
No. 7874 "
No. 788-3 "
No. 7892 "
Lot Clrclo II S Nos. 791 820 Fifteen"
i bales damaged, each-
bale containing flvo
hundred rlco bags,
numbers as below:
Nos. 79.1. 795, 79G. 797. 798.
799, SOI), 801. 802. 803, 805,
MM!, 810, 815, 818.
Terms: Cash, In U. 8. gold coin.
Honolulu. August 31, 1906.
JA3. F. MORQAN,
A FRESH SUPPLY OF
FRENCH MIXED CANDIES.
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Foil and King Sti.
PHONE MAIN 131
Our new department under
the management of
Mr. Joe Perry .
guarantees first-class work.
Estimates freely given. Tele
phone Main 415 and w will
send you a man with samples,
Coyne Furniture Co.
Hotel and Union Streets.
S. H. WEBB
GUN AND LOCKSMITH-
, GENERAL REPAIR SHOP.
Safe Opened, Typewriters, Cash Reg
isters and Sewing Machines, 'Lawn
Mowers'cleaned, adluited and repaired
REMOVED TO UNION .STREET.
1 Is kept on file at E.
THI8 PAPERf C, DAKE'S ADVER
124 Sansomo 8L, 8an Francisco, Cat.,
where contracts for advertising can
be made for It