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BVENINO BtTLLBTm, HONOLULU, T. 1I TUESDAY. BEPT. 1, iOOC.
A FRAME MAY MAKE
OR SPOIL A PICT5IHE
' ' mvf til
A PARTICULAR WEEK SET APART
FOR THEIR PARTICULAR BENEFIT.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co Ltd.
Cor. Fort and Berotanln
Little Old Galilee In
Typhoon Out Orient
Anions Iho passengers for Honolulu
aboard tlio Siberia, which arrived fiom
I ho Orient this morning nro M. Hallo,
Japanese Consul General to Honolulu,
nml T. Treadvvay, returning after hav
ing Inured Jnpnn.
Among San Francisco paitongcrn
nro tho Hon. Bldney Medwln, Mrs.
Medwln nml Shinny .Medwln Jr. Tho
Hon. Sidney Medwln Ik owner of
Christmas Inland and President of Tlio
Christmas Inland Phosphate Co. Har
on II, Ornvcstoln van lloyst, of the
Hague, Is touring tlio world and la a
member of tlio Medwln party.
1). V. I-'oe, Deputy Collector of Port
at Manila, In reluming to tho States
Ml a visit. II. Guggenheim, represent
ing Tho Japan Import and Export
Commission Co., h returalng to Now
York after a visit to the Orient In the
Interests of his company. N'lne Fili
pino studcntH, bound for Washington
in attend college, arc In change of II.
Tho following ofllcorx of the S. S.
Coptic nro on hoard, en routo to Liver
pool, England: Cnp'wl'lnrli, It. Loucz,
J. Illc-nanlson, O. orchard, C, II. Ty
son, A. M. Arm, F. N. Pelton and I'.
Owing to a typhoon raging while
the Siberia was at Yokohama the
steamer wan dclavcd one day. Consid
erable damage was done to tho ship
ping In tho harbor; the brig flnlllee.
which Is wvll known here, wan washed
on the breakwater, whore she remain-
cd for 12 hours, after which she was
toned lo the flats to be repaired. Tim
extent of damago dona the brig had
not been ascertained before the Sibe
ria left port. The brig had a party
of scientists on board.
Rainier Bottling Works MflflMj
TELEPHONE WHITE 1331. K fff(flHI
! lllP-7 , . THE DAKEH IS ALWAYS
! -y'fziZL 'jlldKLri " PROUD OF HIS LOAF !
tfT: njtejj-- WHEN HE USES !
i kff Holly
(4MuP Flour !
W a Iri'i irl :
Ifiprctal Jo the ilulcllrtl
Walltiku, Maul, Sept. 1. In an nt
tempt to patch up factional differ'
rnces, both V, II. Cornwell and Peru
via Ooodncss, tho regular nominees of
tho Homo Ilulo party for Supervisor
nml Deputy Sheriff for tho district of
Wnlliiku, have withdrawn fiom tho
party tlckil, leaving Thos. Clark
ntono in IiIh glory as a ticket-breaker
nnd district boss. Ho has a clear
field to try to land tho eluslvo nomi
nation for district Deputy Sheriff.
For tho present Wnlliiku Homo Hol
ers are nt sen nnd do not beem to bo
ablo lo decide on any one lo run for
Supervisor, and there mo hints that
Ihey may yet renomluato Cornwell
mid possibly (inodiioxx, and put Thos.
Clnrli on Iho legislative lle.ltct. I'.
Corlirtt and T. II. Lyons am mention
ed as poislblo nominees for District
Supervisor, hut m far neither gentle
man hns shown any willingness to be
come victims of factional strife.
TO KILL THE DANDRUFF GERM.
Is the Only Passible Way of Having
An Effective Cure.
If jou o n womnn or n man with
lu.Mirl.iut gloj-ty hntr, you may be mire
neither hiiu iliindriirT to iimount to any
thing. In nearly uvcry ease wliuro
women nml men have thin brittle hair,
Ihcy owo It to dandruff. There nro
hundreds of preparations that "claim"
to euro dandruff, hut not onu but Ncw
bro'N llcrplcldo tells you that dandruff
Is Iho result of n germ burrowing Into
tho K-nlp, nml Hint permanent euro of
dnnilrutt nnd Its consequent fulling
mid baldness, inn only bo had by kill
ing tho germ: hihI there is no other
preparation that will destroy that
germ but Nowbro'H Hcrpieldc. "De
stroy the cniiAC, and you rcmovo tlio
effect " Sold by leading ilrugfilfcH
Send Inc. In nUinps fin- sample to Tho
llcri'leldo Co., Detroit, Mich, llolht
tor Drug Co., sjiciinl ngunts.
am BULLETIN ADS. PAY
Great Program Planned
The California editors coming In tho
Alameda will not lad; for welcome.
Tho Promotion Coniinllteo and local
newspapermen will seo lo that. Husl
ness men nro not losing sight of tho
opportunity to please the guests nnd
are coming up with tho necessary.
Yesterday afternoon tho reception
committee held n minting nt Promo
tion httidquarlcrH and (he revised pro
gram given herewith waa arranged.
Secretory of Promotion II. I. Wood
will accompany the members of tho
Southern California Editorial Asttocla
ilon to tho Volimno. with It. II. Trent.
Admiral llccltley Is passing the word
to llllo to sit up and holler, though
llllo In not likely to ncwl any urging.
'Following Is the revised program:
FIUDAY Si:i'T. 7.
Reception of guests on the Alameda
by Hpcclal committee.
11:3U n. n: Mcmbors of association
nnd commlttco congregato nt thu
Promotion Committee rooms.
12 o'clock (sharp) special ear leaves
' Promotion Committer rooms for Mo-
aaa Hotel, where party will ho re
ceived by a special commlttco of
1 p. m. :LuncH at tlm Moana Hotel.
2:30 p. ra. ' Automobile trip through
residence portion of city.
7:30 p. m. (leneinl reception nt the
Itoyal Hawaiian Hotel.
SATUHDAY SEPT. 8.
fl:30 a. m. Trip to Pall.
2 p. in. "Seeing Honolulu" special
excursion over street railway sys
tem. SUNDAY, SKl'T. 9.
2:311 p. m. llcccptlon nnd entertain
ment nt Honolulu Seaside Hotel.
Wnlklkl canoeing, surf-boat riding
MONDAY, Si:PT. 10.
Special excursion ofer the O. II. & I.,
Lunch at llnlclwa.
Continuation of railway trip to Vn
hlawa, the home of the pineapple In
dustry. A short stop will ho made at Sisal.
TUESDAY, SEPT. 11.
12 noon. Leave on special excursion
by tho S. S. Klnau for tho Volcano
of Kllauca. A special quartet of
Hawaiian musicians has been en
gaged for the trip.
WKDNKSDAY, SEPT. 12.
Arrive at llllo about 2:3d p. m.
Carriages to Ilalnliow Falls.
(luesls of tho citizens of llllo during
THURSDAY. SKl'T. 13.
7 a. m. Excursion by tall through tho
Wnlakcn and Olaa sugar planta
tions, nml to (tlcnwood station,
whero party will be met by tnllyhox
and carriages and driven to tho Vol
cano Hoiih', arriving at about 10:30
11 a, m. Visit sulphur banks.
1 p. m. Lunch.
2:3fl p. m. Trip to llalumaumau, Ih
the crater of Kllauca.
FRIDAY. SKl'T. II.
C a. in. Leave Volenno Houso on io-
turn trjp to llllo.
10 n. in.-Leave llllo on S. S. Klnnu
SATURDAY, SKl'T. 15.
0:30 n, m. Arrive nt Honolulu.
2:30 p. m. -Auto trip through Moaua
lua cstnto and to Honolulu planta
tion. SUNDAY, SEPT. 10.
Day of rot.
MONDAY. SEPT. 17.
D:30 n. in. Trip lo Tantalus.
S p. in. I.iiau
TUESDAY. SUIT. IS.
Any woman who suffers from
Cramps, Bakache, Nervous er
Sick Headache, Poor Appetite, Cos
tlvenett er General Weakneti
needs the Dltteru to tuako her well
again, U has cured Niousxuida in
the pattiSO years. Iu caccs of tn
rilgeitlon, Dyspeptla or Malaria, It
lands first Try a, bottle.
You Actually Save
when we make your clothes to your
fixature for the same price at you pay
.for ready-to-wear hand-me-downs. Be
cause our clotnes haw the rignt s.yie
and give entire satisfaction. No man
can afford to go shabby these dayt.
We pride oureelves with having the tsste lo ei-ccse frame
that will show a picture to the bett advantage, If the matter It
left to our selection.
Or, If you ehoote the moulding, we again tako pride In hav
ing tuch a handtome aitortment that you cannot fall to find Just
what you want
Our stock of moulding and ready-made frames was greatly
added to by a large new acortment which arrived In the Alameda,
HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY COMPANY,
STYLE, FIT ANO DURABILITY
IN OUR 8UITS FOR
820 to S3Q.
Geo. A. Martin
OPEN SATURDAY UNTIL 8 P. M.
maketh the atomaeh Jayful. Bui It It
often n problem to find !l right plaoe
to get what Is really tender Tho fru
gal liouiewlfe gett her meats here,
while the one who thinks she can uave
n sixpence by getting thtm In another
place often spends a shilling In other
expenses Then you mutt count the
cott of the energy In n Kln,- the meat
tender with a hammer.
a m-ww -j
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
'PHONE MAIN 4S. I
The ISLAND MEAT GO,
It In a splendid position to etcurs for Its patrons the very best Island meat,
carefully handled, Alto Island Poultry of every tfctfrlrtUr.
Jas. E. Westbrook
TELEPHONE MAIN 76. FORT BT. OPP. LOVtf l,nr.
Concert and Danee
THE BEST BREAD
CAKE8 AND PASTRY.
Theo He Davies & Co.. Ltd
BY . S. SIBERIA
P. E. R. Strauch
1-2 OF 17000 OR S3S00 Modern Ur.
rtcsldcnce, -I yrs. old, servant house,
wash bouse, stablci, lot 170x210,
ornamental and fruit trees, healthy
locality nr. car. This Is an excep
tional opportunity to buy an ele
gant homu at halt coot. Laud f 3000,
(1501). Host known Boarding & Jloom
lug House In City. Over 40 nxmm.
Alwnya full. Gold mint. Owner
wants to rctlro.
2 houses with large lo's, Kapalaras,
nr. St. Elizabeth Home, olso 2 un
improved, lots S0xl30, cheap., .etc.,
2 lotn, C0x250 ca., with 2 bedr, cot
tages, King St. nr. Kalakaua Ave.
Cr. cottago, laigo Btablcs, 75x150,
$1300, 1 3 cash, very choap.
Large houso nnd lot, Iusano Asylum
road, si ioo.oo.
Tho p. M. S. 8. Siberia. A. Zwiler
ciinnmiiiler, MTto Ioiih hiirduu. nulved
his morning Ironi Hongkong and oth
er Orient poiU. Thu sailings from
Intermediate porta were as followa.
Shanghai, Aiigust 17th; Nagusakl, An
l.unt lUth; Kobe, August 22nd; u'nd
Toskihama, Aucust 2ti(h, nt 1! m.
On board afe SI cnlilu, 32 Htoerngo
Mid 003 Asiatic paSHengers, of which
10 cabin, 3 hleerngo and Hi Axlnttc
ar for Honolulu,
The cargo coiisIrIh of G311 Ions, of
which GUI tons urn for Honolulu, San
Kaai Glee Glub
FOR WIDOW OF THE LATE
Juan S, Edwards
SEPT. 6, J 906,
Admission. - 50c
It most successfully done," says a
Chicago expert butlneis adviser, "by
keeping the delivery wagon In good
repair, well varnished, and with the
firm name attractively and consplco
cutly painted on the wagon,"
Butlncu Men, there It good advice
in this. When you see the point, come
to us and arrange for having your de
livery wagon mde a business attract
or. We'll estimate the price You'll find
It right I , ''
Bishop Trust So.,
Stores on Fort Street $25,00 per
Cottage on Artettan Street $10.00
Cottage on Young Street $18.00 per
a 1-4 acres adjoining baseball
grounds rental $35 00 per month;
could be Increated.
7 acres Paakea (out Beretanla
Street), house, cottage, atablet, fish
pond, etc. Owner leaving Honolulu.
Will accept any reasonable offor.
Lots In Kalmukl, cleared 300.00
The Bulletin, 75cts per montii
2 bedr. cottage, Kupalama, nr. 6t,
2 bedr. cottage, iteach lid., 110 p. m,
Kranclsco eargo Includes UM bales of , 7 Ql)EEN 8T TEU MAN fl-
raw silk, 11,1100 chpsta of ttsi,3olfl bar-, p 0 BOx 193
C. W., ZEIOLER Manager
rein Japanese cement, ISilS cases rni
dines and 1078 hales gunnk'H.
ALL LADIES HELP
Klircfuf In I he lulMlii)
WalliiKu, Mhul, Sept. 1. Thu roll-
cert nnd fair lo tin given by the Cath
olic Ladles' Aid Society at tho Wal-
luku court houso next Saturday, Sep
tember 8th, for thu purpose of raising
n fund for circling n hiiitnblo cottneo
for tho llrothera of St. Anthony's
School, Wnlluku. In an uhsured hiic
iebs, Not only the ladles of the Cnth
die Church nro working hard lo mnkn
tho nffnlr n siiceesH, but hulleg of nth
rr dciiomlnallona hnvo volunteered to
help their sisters In this most worthy
causo. Taunt Iflsni Is only practiced
In countries whero Ignoranco relgna
supremo, hut Maul, nml capei-lnlly
Walluku, favors higher education ami
will do all In her power to promote
Iho same, no matter whether It Is 11
Protectant or u llninaii Catholic InMI
tutlon that advocates It,
OF FINE JEWELRY
NOW ON DISPLAY.
WAITY BLDf, 74 S. KING STREET,' Os",For Sale" cards at Bulletin.
Gold Mounted BackCombs
J.A. R. Vieira&Go.
IIS HOTEL STREET nr. FORT ST
REAL ESTATEFOH SAIE.
S Building lots In Menoa Valley, 1-2
cr each, $1000 a loa.
Besutlful site, bracing air, magrfl
'Albert F. Afong,
Telephone Main 407. P. O. Box 79.
oj 1-u HI III,
STOCK AND BONO BROKER.
MEMBER HONOLULU STOCK AND
Jutt Arrived per Ncb'ackan. ",
Fine Driving Borses
and .1 lot of Thoroughbred Chickens,
TEL. MAIN 103.
have opened a horsehoe
Ing department lei connec- . ,
tlon with their carriage
shop, etc. Having secur- '
cd the tervlcee of a first
elaea thoer they are pie- '
pared to do all work lev '
t'rutted to them In a first- '
ciaai inannor. :::::":;:
1S7 MERCHANT STREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
IN KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION
and Other Beslrabl Localities.
HOMES FQR SALE
ON'WlLDER and GULICK AVES.
No Reasonable Offer Refused.
U NlstU forufinMural
iliHirii. Int uimtuoui,
lki...ll, I.A . III. AtkllrtliS
n-niv.... '.""; .' ;;'w
m0!Nsiri,s slHlfme vulwui.u.,
Nuia 'f airutcisio.
llltms I 40 ic:W
m 1 ft 4kT V
M brt La,ltHtUlf
P. H. Burnetts
Attorney.at-Law and Notary Public
Real Estate, Loans, Collections.
Aaent to Grant Merrlaae Llcentes.
Phopeni Olflce Main 310; Hss.Wh.341.
J. M. Davis
SEWING MACHINE REPAIRER.
1258 FORT 8T. near BERETANIA.
Sewing machine! for sale.
A machine cleaned and put In or
der (1.00. 1
PHONE MAIN 285.
By faithful Jxpan.se couple,
man as gardener, wife as
By Japnuct girl, to take care
Japanese Hotels Union
KING and MAUNAKCA.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
B03 6. UERETANIA ST.
TCLEPHONE BLUfi E31,
. '-0 -
o THY IT o ,
BEST 6e, SM.OKU IN THE o
HAYSELDEN TOBACCO CO., O
Dlank bookt of nil sorts, ledgers
etc , manufactured by tho Ihlllelln Pub.
Fine Job Printing at the Bul
William T; Paty,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
All clattrt of Building Work
promptly and carefully executed.
Office 'Phone Blue 1801.
Residence 'Phono Blue 2332.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER -
PAINTINQ. PAPER HANGINQ AND
1335 Nuuanu St., below Honolulu Hotel