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MVKNINO BULLETIN. HONOLULq.?T. II.. WEDNESDAY. SEPT S, 186ft.
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DE LIGHTED !
THAT'S WHAT CON8UMER8 OF
Gordon's Dry Gin
say after partaking of this
delicious production of
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At Last !
Columbia and Cleveland
1906 Bicycles are Here
Whitney & Marsh
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the distiller's art. Truly,'
this gin Is Perfection It.
telf, A trial will con
vince you of its superiori
ty over all other brands
ottered In this market.
S tOI.V S V f I J II 16;
SPECIAL SHOWING THIS WEEK
New French Organdies
Earthquake and fire prevented prompt delivery this year, but
now that'they are litre they are good to look at and better to ride.
. .'..tf-you art really In a hurry, have that 45-mile-an hour feeling,
'why not ride a Columbia Motorcycle? They are the real thing. We
have Juet received two of thete Motorcycle! and on It already sold
the other goei to whoever tpeakt firit.
The mot complete line of bicycles, parte and bicycle sundries
and a large repair shop, can be found at
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& O. HALL & SON, LTD.
Fine Mules for plantation
lV work Just arrived, Call early
' ! and make your selection.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE COMPANY,
iPOR ONE WEEK ONLY
; Children's School Suits At Greatly
, , Reduced Prices
Boys' Wash Suit .' 81.25 S1..10 81.75 82.00
toys' Tweed 'Suits 82.50 82.75 83. 83.25 etc. etc.
Boys' KneeJant....25 50 05 75 85 81.00 81.25 81.50
Boys' Mother's Friend Waists with and without collars G5 OOC
Boys' School Caps 25 50 05 75 85
Boys' School Hats,
25 35 40 50 GO 05 75 85 81.00 Etc.
Boys' Schoo Hos , 20 25 35 50
Boys' Kahkl'Knee Pants 50 Former Price 7Se
Girls' Linen Waah Dresses 82.25 82.50 82.75
Girls' School Hats: a full assortment 25 UP
Girls' School his 20 25 35 40. 50 05
Girls' Hr Rlbbona In all widths and colors.
Children's Velvtt Grip Hose Supporters, all lengths ,. 20 pr
Children's School Shoes for Boys and Girls at greatly reduced 'prices.
Ladies' Walking Skirts
SUMMER WEIGHTS NEW MATERIALS.
.Latest (astern Styles In Black, Pearl-Grey, Navy and Tan, fine qual- .
l)y' cloth'. ., 87.50
Light weight, med. gray voile skirts '87.50
Ladles' fine cloth circular skirts, In all the new colors, at $0.50
t - At.g3.50 we have a great line of New-style Skirts, fashionable colors.
Laces! Laces! Laces!
$; All the niw laces will be found In this Department, Baby Irish, now
in' great demand, we have in ts of all widths
j The New Batiste Lace Ik finding great favor this season. We are
showing a nice lne.
i;Qrlenti,lafrom 12' ' 75, In white and cream.
Torchons and Vals. in big variety In every width made.
All-Overs In Baby Irish, Orientals, Batiste, Etc., Etc., from
25 o 85.00 yd.
.' UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF MISS HEITMAN.
ti A choice line of exclusive hats. The object of this Department Is not
ito"ll two hats alike. Our prices on the new seacon's millinery are mar
f . THE LINE OF
; Embroidered Robes
k At $12.00, 115.00, 17.50 and $20.00 have been reduced to
80. 87.50 810. and 815.
Jiandsornett line ever shown In Honolulu.
Mousssllne de Fleura In beautiful patterns, we, are showing at 30
Is pleasjng to every lady we show them to.
,Ai, superfine line of figured Organdies at 15 yd. Also a large assort
ment of the Satin-Stripe Organdie at 15 yd.
i Our 10 line of Wash Goods la the best by far ever shown by us.
Mr- WE WILL BE PLEA8ED TO SHOW OUR FINE NEW STOCK.
L. B. KERR
Weekly Bulletin $1 Per Year
& CO., Ltd.,
PHONE MAIN 140.
lOt TO 105 8. KING ST.
Pur Want Column See Pace Sis
BOARD AND ROOM.
Booms and board, 727 Lunalllo St., es
pecially suited lor teachers ur pupils
of tho Normal School. 347U lv
A black hat mid tell, with silver pin,
on I'all road, Iteuard If returned to
this ofllce. 34791w
NEW - TO-DAY
NOTICE OF WITHDRAWAL.
On September Int. 190C, I withdrew
ai a ineiiilier of the firm of Sing Wo
(Signed) I.I KIM YUEN.
FOR THE BENEFIT OF
Moinalu. and Mirpsvilli
IN CHARGE OF REV. FR. CLEMENT
o AT THE o
St. Loafs College Hall
Saturday Eve, Sept 8,
AT 8 P. M.
RE8ERVED 8EATS SI.
SKATING RINK, QUEEN ST.,
THURSDAY, FRIDAY A SATURDAY,
8EPT. 6, 7 and 8.
OPEN FROM 10 A.' M. TO 10 P. M.
Admission . .
Children . .
8eason tlckete for exhibitors and
members may be had at the door.
Concert and Dance
Kaai Glee Glub
FOR v WIDOW OF THE LATE
Juan S. Edwards
SEPT. 6, l0o.
Admission. - 50c
Tlitt little naval steamer Iroquois
liud hardly arrived in the harbor
when 0110 of Iter men, named C. Draini,
was placed under arrest by the local
fiollco on a charge of using profane
anguage. llruun, who had aspira
tions to become u prizefighter at one
time, forfeited $10 hull rather than ap
pear In court this inoinliiu and answer
to the charge.
"Mam tMtaamoLtt,., . . waatwaaiaAiiMi
Last quarter ot (he moon Sept. lUtTi!
Wednesday, September 6.
Ship Falrport, Armstrong, from Ham
burg, 138 days out, 9 n. in.
Stinr. Mlkahala, Nnopala, from Ma
Kawell and Eleele, 0 a. in.
Wednesday, September 6.
P. M. S. S. Siberia. 7-eeder, for San
Francisco, 5:10 p. m,
-Stinr. .Maul, K. Ileiinott, for Kauai
ports, G p. m.
Ship Astral, Dunham, for San Kran
Cisco, Stmr. Ke Au you, Tullett, for Kn
ual ports, 5 p. in,
Stmr. Noeau, l'ederson, for Malm
kona, Honokaa and Kukulhaele, f
Stmr. Ukellkc, Naopala, for Molo.
kal, Maul and Lanal potts, C p. in.
A.-ll.-S. S. Nebrnakan, Wcedon, for
San Kranclsco via Kahulul, C p. m.
M. N, . S. Illlonlan, Johnson, for
Portland and Sail l"ranclsco, via llllo,
G p. m.
Stmr. .Mlkahala, .Mitchell, for Kauai
ports, G p. m.
Stmr. .Manna Uu, slmcrson, tor
Kona and Kau ixirts, 12 tu.
Per S. S. MUalinla, from Makawcll
and Kleele,' Sept. t!. Miss K. Illshaw,
Miss Harrison, Miss Mantle, Miss M.
Katihane, Miss M. Wong. A. K. Doug
las, Miss Johnson, Miss a. Schlemmer,
Miss K. Kapunlal, S. Lesser, MIbh A.
Fountain, W. Alexander. I.. Mam, W.
floodwln, J. I. Sllva ami wife, K. Akl-
na, M. Affcrgeltl Miss Smith, Mas
ter Urandt, Miss A. Pcrclra, Miss Men
gler. Miss O. U'htane, Miss Scheml
fennlng, Miss DoHklasu, Miss K. Wong,
Miss M. Kau. HIis'K. Hofgaard, Jas.
MrOlellan, Mlss R. Fountain, I'M.
Fountain. '. l..''lladley, I,, Kay. 11.
Kane, Mrs. (louvela, John Noble, A.
K. llauchftt, M. Knssoth, II. riKnolli,
J.Kussoth. W. Fassoth, C. W. Spitz,
A. Itlce, It. Comrade, Miss K. Ku
U. 8: WeatLer Dureau,
' Local Office.
Temperatures G a. m., 74; V a. m.,
78; 10 a, m 81; noon, 83; morning
llarometer, 8 a. m., 30.00; absolute
humidity, 8 a. nc, 7.811 grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 a. in.,
in per cent; dew point, 8 u, in., 70.
Wind 6 a. m., velocity 2. direction
1-:.; 8 u. in., velocity G, direction N. K.;
10 a. m.. eloclty 13, direction N. II. ,
noon, velocity 12, direction N. K.
Kalnfull during 24 hours ended 8 a.
m,, .OS Inch.
Total wind movement during 21
ho ii i h ended at noon, 203 miles.
WM. B. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, United State
No Discharge For
The following resolution, Introduced
by Supervisor II. T. Moore, was unani
mously adopted by the Hoard of Sup
crvlbOM last night:
"He It llesulved by the. Hoard of
Supervisors of the County of Uahu,
that It Is the order of this Hoard; That
until Much time as proper civil service
rules can Lib put in operation by the
Supervisors of this County, that no
employee in any department under the
control of the Board of Supervisors,
shall ho discharged from such employ
ment on ui'co'iut of his political opin
ions. "And that the employees In any of
r.ald ilepaitmontH shall have the right
and privilege of attending any meetr
lugs they desire, after working hours
without being molested or Ititlmadatcd,.
"And He it Further llesulved, That
any employee, who shall bo discharged
or laid off for exerilHliiK tho rlghtp
and duties of n citizen and voters, shall
icport tho same at onco to the Hoard
of Kupei vlsorJ, as they are not em
ployed for political purposes, but to do
work for which they are paid by all tux
'payers of this County.
"J I. T. MOOKK."
"The Chair wlbhea to express Its ap
preciation of Mr. Moore's work us n
member of this Board," suld Chairman
Geo. W, Smith. "Throughout ho has
acted us u geutloman, and though a
Democrat, has not played politics."
"Neither has 1'aelo," exclaimed
Supervisor Lucas, "and there Isn't u
member of the Board who lias cause to
he ashamed ot himself."
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers
etc , manufactured by the. Bulletin Pub
Printed Silk Mulls
PUT THEM IN ALBUMS
It's the most sensible hobby that
The cards should be placed In an
album to preserve them and keep
them In the order In which they are
We have a new etock of albums
made for postals from 20c. up to very
Hawaiian News Go
ALEXANDER YOUNG BLDO.
E&rZi'Em'iZJ'ntiZ2'&-h3 t ti.v?Vf
A National Cash Register It
an economist and a provider. It
records sales and all transac
tions affecting cash or credit.
It tells you who the soldier I
In your salea department and
who erra In making change. '.It
makes no difference how small
the business la the salea can be
made larger by Its uae.
J FOR THE OFFICE.
I Hawaiian Office
I Specialty Co.
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobber
AMERICAN DRY GOODS.
FORT and QUEEN ST
K. FUJITA & CO.
ARTISTIC CABINET WORK AND
NUUANU ST. OPPOSITE KUKUI.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA.
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and hiveted pipes ror irrigation
purpose a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and repairs
executed at snorteet notice.
PROTESTS UP TO
Three protests have, been Died with
Cliuiiiuuii Huutute of the County Com
mittee and they will bo heard at the
regular meeting of the committee to.
lilght. Tho Hint was tiled by Albert
Wiiterhouse, A. W. Villi Valkenburg,
Kruuk K. Atcher. K. II. Mlkalenl, Koa
Malil, J. I'. Kep.nler, J. K, l.uku. P. K
Kapau, (!. W. Nuwaukou, Manuel Plill
llns, John Travis and C. 11. McNally,
It Is charged that two men were nl.
lowed o register and vote Illegally In
the Sixth I'reciuct of the Fifth Dis
trict. Tho protestunts declare the net
was Illegal In that tho vote ot Krunk
Archer was thrown out after being ac
cepted nnd placed In the box. I.: A
Thurston Is attorney fur tho protest
anU A protest was filed by W. C. Aclil
and slxt i others of the Right h of the
Fifth against the election of A, S. Ku
lelonu. John Kmiae. l). Kam. Cantalu
It. Wulpa, Jim Cook, N. Fernandez, II.
Kuhule, It. M, Duncan, I-ot uine, J,
Kupuuo, II. J. Alild, IC. W. Kuwalaea,
It. C. 1-ane, Sam Kalolu, Nuwehl. J. K.
.Maunakea, S. W, Spencer, Unioltalolo
hla. They charge that the Judges, An
ton Fernandez, Kulel Aomi and Cliarlec
Diidolt, violated sectluu 8 of the rules
of the Itepuhlii-iin party by depiivltig
tho defeated candidates of a watcher,
or secretary, or allowing one of the
candidates to ho 111 the room where
the election, was held for tho purpose
of challenging tho votes of illegal vot
MEAL TICKETS W-GO 21 MEAL8.
COR. HOTEL AND ALAKEA ST8.
OMAHA, KANSAS CITY,
CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS
And All Principal Eastern Points.
Do aure your ticket reads via tie
For full information call on
8. F. BOOTH, Q. A.,
Ferry Building, 8an Francisco, Cal.
A Single Hour
devoted to the consideration of
and examination for a policy In the
New England.. Mutual
Life Insurance Co.,
OF B08T0N, MASSACHUSETTS,
will give to yourself and your
MANY YEARS OF HAPPINESS.
Full Information and specimen pol
icy given on application. "
Castle & Cooke,
HONOLULU, T. H.
Gatton, Neill & Go.,
ENCINEER8 A U MACHINISTS,
QUEEN an'1 RICHARDS 8T8.
Boilers re-tubed with charcoal Irat
or steel tubes; general sh u work.
Office, 248 QUEEN C.T., HONOLULU.
Cotton Bros &Co
Plana and estimate furnlsherf far
all classss contracting work.
TEL. MAIN Z45.
ROOM 300, BOSTON BLK, Honolulu.
OF ALL KINDS.
Dialers In Lumber in. Ci;'
ALLEN A. '0BIN80N,
QUEEN 8T :: : :: HONOLULU.
o OF o
8TEW PAN8 and GA.1DEN HOSE
FI8HNET8, TWINE AND BRONZE
WIRE CLOTH AT
A. FERNANDA & SOU,
Nos. 44-50 King St, Katsey Block, bet
Nuuanu and Smith 8t..; Tal. Main 119.
' The Weekly ICdltlnn of the Evening
Bulletin gives a completo nummary ol
the newa of the day, For 81 yMr,
PJHkJIMA fid Bh
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Hereafter Sales of Furni
niture will be held at
WEDNESDAY, 8EPT. 5th, 1906,
AT 11 O'CLOCK A. M
at my salesroom, 847 Kaabuman'u St.,
Tl.ero will be sold
Combination Desks and 'Bookcases,
Oak and Ash Bureaus,
Iron Bedsteads, MatrMe8,
Rattan and Wicker Bockers, '
Ofllcc Tables, Pictures,
Refrigerators, etc., etc.
Remember tho hour U o'clock.
JA8. F. MORGAN, .
A FRESH SUPPLY OP
FRENCH MIXED CANDIES.
CHAMBERS DRUB CO.,
Cor. Fort and Klnf Sts' '
PHONE MAIN 131
Our new department under
th. management 'of ' ' '
Mr. Joe Perry
guarantee, first-class work.
Estimates freely given. Tl
phona Main 415 and wa will
send you a man with sample..
Coyne Furniture Co.
Hotel and Union Streets.
GUN AND LOCKSMITHr
GENERA). .REPAIR SHOP.
Safea Opened, Typewriter. Cash Reg
ister "and Sewing Maohlpta'Lawn
Mowere cleaned, ad lusted and r.palred
REMOVED TO UHION STlfET,
s 1 la kept on fit. .at E.
THIS PAPER C. DAKK'S ADVER-
.. . TJ I N.Q,AtitNCY,
124 Sansoma St, SanjFranoleeo, Cal
where eontracta for advtrtltlng can
be mad for It . '
Blank book of all sorts,' ledger,
etc., manufactured by tbe Bultotln Pub
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