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KVRNiNn Ritt.MtTtN HoNnutm. t. h.. ftmday. sept. 7. iooe.
Columbia and Cleveland
1906 Bicycles are Here
, Earthquake and fire presented prompt delivery this year, but
now thattrTcy are here they are good to look at and better to ride.
If you are really In a hurry, have that 45fnlle-an hour feeling,
why not ride a Columbia Motorcycle? They arc the real thing. We
have Juit received two of these Motorcyclci and one Is already sold
the other goes to whoever speaks first.
The most complete line of bicycles, parts and bicycle sundries
and a large repair shop, can bo found at
E. O. HALL &
" Fine Mules for plantation
' work Just arrived. Call early
and make your selection.
SGHUMAN CARRIAGE COMPANY,
FOR ONE WEEK ONLY
Children's School Suits At Greatly
Boys' Wash Suit 81.25 SI. 50 81.75 $2.00
boys' Tweed Suits 82.50 82.75 8X S.'J.25 etc. etc.
coys' Knee Pants .. .25 50c1 65t 75t 850 81.00 81 .25 81.50
Uoys' Mother's Friend Waists with and without collars 050 000
Hoys' School Caps 250 500 50 750 850
Uoys' School Hats,
250 350 400 500 GOO 050 750 850 81.00 cie.
Hoys' School Hose 200 250 350 500
Boys' Kahkl Knee Pants 500 Former Price 75c
nlrls' Linen Waoh Dresoes 82.25 82.50 82.75
Girls' School Hats; a full assortment 250 UP
nirls' school bise 200 250 350 400 500 650
Girls' Hair Ribbons In all widths and colors.
'Children's Velvet Qrlp Hose Supporters, all lengths 200 Pr
Children's School 3hocs for Doyo and Girls at greatly reduced prices.
Ladies' Walking Skirts
v SUMMER WEI0HT3 NEW MATERIALS. . ,
Latest Eastern Styles In Black, Pearl-Grey, Navy and Tan, fine qual
ity cloth '.V.S7.50
Light weight, med. gray voile skirts , , ',,87.50
Ladles' fine cloth circular skirts, In all the new colors, at "86,50
At 83.50 vve have a great line of New-style Skirts, fashionable colors.
Laces! Laces! Laces!
All tho new laces will be found In this Department, Biby Irish, now
In great demand, we have In sets of all widths
The New Batiste Lace Is'finding great favor this season. We are
showing a nice line.
Orientals from 12'iO lo 750. In white and cream.
Torchons and Vals. In big variety In every width made.
All-Overs In Baby Irish, Orientals, Batiste, Etc., Etc., from
250 to 85.00 yd-
UNDER THE SUPERVISION OF MISS HEITMAN.
A choice line of exclusive bats. The object of this Department Is not
fo sell two hats alike. Our prices on the new season's millinery are mar
THE LINE OF
f At 112.00, $15.00, $17.50 and 120.00 have been reduced to
80. 87.50 810. AND $15.
handsomest line ever shown in Honolulu.
Moussellne de Fleurs In beautiful patterns, wo are showing at 30
'4s pleasing to every lady we show them to.
A superfine line of figured Organdies at 150 yd- Also a large assort
Imtnt of the, Satin Stripe Organdie at 150 yd
' OUr 100 llne ' Wash Goods is the best by far ever shown by us.
1 'WW WE WILL BE PLEASED TO SHOW OUR FINE NEW 8TOCK.
L. B. KERR& CO., Ltd.,
Weekly Bulletin $1 Per Year
ii !fr-. nn.rt.lftA, -ty.Mi
iriiiliWHteiliMi - - i&k.tsfefJhi
BE LIGHTED !
THAT'S WHAT CONSUMERS OF
Gordon's Dry Gin
aay 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 brand
offered In this market,
PHONE MAIN 140.
101 TO 105 8. KINQ ST.
Bulletin Prediction Is
Verified By Orders
From the Coast
As was predicted In the Hut lot In
nearly two mouths iiko. though tho
local men hai. rcccUcd no orders in ,
lOKnril to Ihp matter. thftiiB trarlciiii)
slll Irave for Snn Frnnrlmo In the
nc.ir future nml her placo w ill bo tak
en by Iho Councilman, the llllo tug
bought b) Hprcckols from the .Matsui
Navigation Company. The repairs on
tho Councilman were completed lt
upnlf nm ullh n nimtttntn now net lit
l.ll- ...! rll..l l.,.,.. .l, ullo,l
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' inillVIO tltlll IVIIIIVM i lift! ss.ri nnv nmivu
lliom San Francisco last Monday.
IUI10.U1 riuiiLi.iii iUiiuy.
il nas ocen tiiKKCSicu inai inn luciu
klilpjiliiR men subscribe lo keep the
a a s a... .1 i..
that this lll be .lone. In tho llrst
placo tho Iik.i1 men have other tmo for
their money than tho making of piei LVnArUpn n a' m C It Amcracr. leather was pleasant nil tho way over
cuts to the tlrm of Sprcckels & Co. "" '" '"f,', "j m,M ,V j," 1lart-,!""1 t,le Alameda made her usual fast
Alfti the CounLllinuu Is fully equipped j .. ' .V , ' n . nnih'w'lc v" N Ucne-'time. (omliiR l.cre In flvo days and
to look after all tho work that will be ,' M',ga Virginia llown'ian.'jno. llrad-. nlnclcrn hours Tho Siberia a.lKlit
ncicsaary In this harbor, though ! ' Jjh ' n" v Jno n t jjronc MrH Cl1 yCH,cr1'y In latltudo 23.15 north,
lb not as powerful as tho Fearless. No . v ',' j,,,,,' tJ ocameron! Miss ' '""K1111'10 liM wc,8t- ., ,
one who has any practical experience , rinvnn,i i v HhvIk Mm Divls . T'o Alamena brought down 313
on the waterfront believes that It Vlaslcr K ' Htvls .M Us 15 Ocac'on Mi!lS8,,kB of ma" ,or ,nl" c"y anA 1D8S
would pay lo keep lis cxpcnsltc boat U,...' w' w' 'it Deal) I. K. Uoo. t"n8 ' miscellaneous freight. Krcih
as the KcnrlcsH hero when the work iit.i wr' i'wkiIIUIc K M 'i'lam- V. l'rH" 'rom Bl"or"ln wns 'n '10r '10l('
can bo well doim at a much Bmaltcr ex- i.. .,'".' .,.- r, w' t.n'n' ' riimn In abundance, as well as vegetables.
TO GAIN P0INT8
For I.I. S. N. Co.
"I Ime traveled pretty well all oei
the (ountry und havo seen Iho hot
there Is to be found In the coasting
transportation business," said C. U
Wight of tho Jntcr-lslanrt Steam Navl-
nation Compiuy, who returned by tho
Alameda Ibis morning.
"1 hmo been on a lour of IrnoKtlKi -
tion with a view to reporting to llie.u. I odd. i;, !. van i.uvcu, .Mrs. wiii'tion man, rcturnnl Ihli morning on
directors such lmprncments as will
make our intei-lsland Hun tho best lu
the world. 1 think I have found the
data, and 1 feel sure that tho dlrcctor.1
will lose no tlmo in making whatocr
changes liny be needed. Our sjstem I'
far better than the majority that I
hao seen. Thcro arc uitno polnta
where wr can profit.
'"Hie Idr.u I have gained will be
used lu connection with the construe -
lion of the Malum Kea and Improve-
ment of the pretcnt IiomIh."
RegUl.ar 'Mtrrlnm has filed an n-ifoK,Mli
swei lu tho mandamus proceeding In- !u'"r' ,i 'niinJinn w a vieV
slltuted against him by Albert Trask H 'f, 'h UrXlcl S S l"x
l compel him to record a deed pur- ''"'' wlf- 1;J- SiX J j Hint MUa
porting to bo executed by Namakalclo h.on;t "rrvEV I..,' i ' ', Vi k
and others. Ho shows that It Is not :'" '''u "'.y, w t' n
conveyed Is nsscsscd at $2000.
shows further that tho Instrument
tint u t n tn .! Ir- nm Ailflhnii tltf
aw. that tho relator taH not eVhaurt
ed his statutory melliodi of securlnn
an assessment of, stamp duty payable
nn tl. lni.lrl.mnnt' Hint lh rilnlnr ImK
hla remedy against Inn Treasurer to
secure an assessment of stamp duty,,
tho respondent being willing to record
tho instrument when this has been
SHr BULLETIN ADS. PAY.
Pur Want Column See Page ?M
Dluraled )oung gentleman wants po-
slllon. Apply "Active," this office.
hustler wants position of canvass-
Ing and drumming; business of any
lino. Addross "C," P-ulletln
i Gold rimmed nosu glasses,
this oflke; ft reward.
I', a i m. is
4 II I 6 4 01 II 4 1 )
4 4t IV 4 41 II 10 " J
I I I
lion1 I lull 1 II 16
6 14I 7 09
6 lj' 7 47
6 11 a 16
6 II' 901
ft 10 9 49
ft o- 10 19
6 v) II 10
ft. in. f m I' ni
6 InlJ 111 - il il
41 i l' IS o.jli J(
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Uist quarter of Iho moon Sept. lOlh.
Times of the tldo are Mken irom
the United States Coast and Geodetic
Hawaiian standnTfl time In 10 hours
30 minutes slower than Greenwich
time, being ihaFofttiemcrldlun of 1ST
degrees 30 minutes. The time whistle
blows at 1:30 p. m , which Is tlio same
as Greenwich, 0 hours 0 minutes. Sun
and moon are (or local tlmo lor Hit
I'rlilay, September 7.
8. S. Alameda, Powilcll, from San
Francisco, S n. m.
Ilk. Olympic, i:ans, fiuin Sail Krnn
clsco, 7: 15 a. in
I'rlilay, Septcinhcr 7.
Stmr. Mlkahala, Hregory, for Kauai
purls, t',:l!i p, m.
M. N. S. 8. Illlonlnn, Johnson, fur
San Francisco la llllo, 5:30 p. m.
llr. bp. Addtrly, IlcroulsL for New
castle, 1:30 p. in.
Krlilay. September 7.
Stmr. Maul, llruhns, for rnaulinit
alu, K,;kaolt ',, m
8tmri Mlulnn u
lOi, Slmcrhon, for
Maul und Hawaii ports, 12 m.
Jt Tl I i3 'nl,nubnH tfnm1ftfl fiP
, , , J , j , sn ,,rnncl8t0i 0 ,',. ,.
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. L7...... (llmi.l nn Itnflmf ,( MHIII
oi.iu. .......... . ...v., .,.
porlM and llllo. ft p. m.
, a,mr. Mauna 1J.i.
... , .. 1M)1B 11 m
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' PASSENGERS AHRIVED.
u ,.,.,, n,in mnn
I ' uo,t,i "' " ' """" '-'-
nni, ., .i.llilrni. c. V. Ho and. Ml. II.
Hoffman. U. 0. Holt. Mrs. Holt. MU4'" "" I'lauesl mat ho has over
No c llag.uorit, Hay Morton, aire
Ilnrini. trK llnrrv tics Miss ZIII.1
:f0,I8i ""L'V0.8 ,,...:
IK M Jenifer Mrs W ' M iJington, ""iicrH drawn by ono of tho members
III .t'-HM iJT-JirV v A . iiri a?:if the l-nrty will bo (roamed by their
!... ii.-. n i u.iuin w i xi.iiK.
III, Y. MilJtnc.iMUa Winifred Martin,
J. U .Matthews, Mrs. .MiillliewH, Mies
,May Moore, I'aul Moore, Miss I. Mor-
g.in, MIhs T. Newmiinn, J. J. I'riiny,
Mrs. Tcnny, Mrrt.-E. D. Towers, Mrs. tl.
I Itodick and child, C. i:. Iluddock, Miss
lluddock, Mrs. niiddock, Chas. 11,
'smith, Mrs. J. II. Smith, Dr. M. Stamm,
Illalph Springer, Miss II. Sutcr, Mrs.
' 11. !'. llntly, Miss firace II. Tower, A.
l.iicu. .Miss 1;. w. Ward, imng Wat-
son, Mrs. Watson. C. U Wight, Krank
I Wight. 0. W. ""Wllber, MrB. Wllbcr,
1 Mlsi C. lUon, Mies Irma llson. Waiieu
Wilson, Miss U Wilton, Mr. Irwin.
! Per stmr Manna l.oa. for Maul andi& Company of lloston). at a large ial
Hawaii poits, Sept. 7: G. Andratcr, Kr.
j Charles, C. II. Clark. J. I- Uinc, MUs
llhl, Jlaa I il. Hudson, Miss K Mclu-
ecke, Mr. and Mrs. J. Mclnecke, Mrs.
I j. o. Jones, it. 11. Klgln, Wm. William -
son, J. II. l'lddes, K. Maulc, A. II. Kite, teen years and his experience makes
a. il. M Itobeitfcon. K. It. Hendry, It. him u valuablo man In his lino of
II, t'luiinbcrlaln. Itcv. Warren. Mrs work. He says he is sorry to leave
H.iIict, U. A. L. Wo, Miss Amy Cheng, tho Hawaiian Islands, but the induce
I It. I.. Ogllvlc. U 1'. l'lnkhum, Mlsajments oflered him In Porto Rico are
AKina, .Mrs. w. II. raiicu, it. ii. iieu-
lard, l. K. It. Amain, John Uiilien, .M.
"'or stmr. Ukellke. for Maul and Hu
I wall ports, September 5. J. W. Senile,
wll(Mlss Ummu Kane, T. J. Hare, C. p.
0 I.ufkln. Antonio Alexander, Mrs. C. U.
' ,Bh'IMr',l liiih '. M,8AHK' ,-f"""''
" J- "T1n,,M m. u I An""
lS',II"?,"ll?2''lnVJft NN' L' A
,ln. Mm. HattlO rDUntalll.
I'cr ctmr. Claudlnc, Sept. 7, 5 p. m.,
for Maul und Hawaii ports. V. it.
(Irecnwcll, S. I). Hoso, S. I'arks, Judge
Dole, K. A. Chong, Mrs. B. Von Temp
sky, MUs C. Scholtx. Miss Haddy, 11.
M. Von Hull, C. a. Ilallcntync. F. W.
Macfarlanc, J. W. Kunowa, I). Scuddcr,
M. K. 1 1 ii) it. Mrs. II. M. Wells, Mra. j took our pictures just beforo tho core
John Scluicfcr, Dr. W, 11. Deas, Mrs. imoiiy was unieasonnbln, The llrldc
DonH. W. II. nritwford. Minn C. de'Hnw nn rie.ir'' "Whv. hn nitkeil inn
Lima, Miss M, do Carmo, Geo. W. Curr, to look pleasant." "Well, 'couldn't y.vi
m v .. i. mi.. i.-niinrn- M. Tmiii j,,,,!; pleasant under thuso clrciim
IS. Chllllngworth. Dr. M. K. filoi,sman, btancea?" "How on earlh can a man
Wm, I'urdy, S Kau-alaea, Tnng Wing, look pleasant when he's rummaging
Stephen 1-ako, U Kckumano, Mr. Kay, through all his pockets In an effoit lo
Kamoa, Wm. A,' I.la, D. Makacna, Ka-' dlscoercr whero ho has put the wed-
huinoUu, J. Appcrgclt, II. II. Tomllnu,.dlng ring?" Vonl.ers Statesman.
K. G. Corrca, Miss U. M. lluuua. Jtcv, l
1). w, K. White, C. A. K. Hopkins, W, ,
II. Kahumoku, M. A. Slha, J. J, Souza,'
, I). Makacna, 0. W. U. King. Mrs. King,
I M. KtMunlu, M. Anna, Chas. Hoo-
'kano, C. K. Notley. Mrs. Notley, Mr.
O. Kuhlopuu, c. K. Hayes, 10, J, Craw-
-j.furil. Hcniy Kalllmal, S. C. Stlbbard,
w.iwix. nviiij itiiiiiiMui, u. o, giiuunu,,iiii. irinnaci una- nvcn nn Dui.BtiB.
W. W. Carlylo, J. T. McCiosson. E.
lllare, Mrs. J. C. Pay, C. 11. Kaucalll.
Will arrive by the Alameda. Also many other
Whitney & Marsh
Steamer Had 318 Sacks
Of Mail Matter For
The Ktc.imshlp Alameda, C'apt. Vow
dell, art 1 veil Ibis niornliiK from San
I'ranclsrii, brliiRliiR nn unusually large
p.iniciiKcr list. iiicIudltiK I no edltorla
party from Southern California, The
,,..,,.. o.!,!, -....r, ,. ,.t.. nnA
"""' "" .""'" " ".. " "".
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1 ,,0a"'l. there was bomctlilng doing all
the time. The cartoons of the ship's
McLane To Manage
Porto Rico Plantation
p. McLane, the well known planta
die Alameda from I'orto Illco after an
absence of three months,
I Mr. McLane went to I'orto Illco to
mako arrangements for taking the
management or one of the large
.plantations on that Island. He has
accepted the management for the Ceu-
I tral Agulrre Company (Lathrop Luco
ary, nnd expectb to leavo Honolulu on
the return trip of tho Alameda with
IiIh family if he can get ready in time.
Mr. McLano has been managing sug,
'nr plantation here for the past four-
hu goon cnui no cunnoi uo uincrwitc
U. 8. Wc&tLor Bureau,
Temperatures 0 n. in., 72; 8 n. m ,
77; 10 a. in., 82; noon, M; morning
ij,,ronictcr, b u. m.. 29.96; absolute
humidity. 8 n. m., 7.071 grains per
tUDc tooi. relative humidity, 8 a. m.,
77 per cent: dew point, S n. in . 63.
Wind 6 a. m , velocity 8, direction
V. K.j 8 a. m velocity 4, direction K.;
10 a. m., velocity G, direction N. K.;
noon, clorlty 12, direction K.
Rainfall during 21 hours ended 8 a.
in , .20 Inch.
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended at noon, 189 miles.
WM. n. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, United States
The Oroom That photographer who
The BUSINE83 MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulla-tl.-.
and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise ana comolera resume of all le
gal notices, calls for tendere, Judg
ments, biilldlng permits and real ea-
7K ner month. Weekly Bulletin.
jx per ax.
MEAL TICKET8 $4.5021 MEAL8.
COR. HOTEL AND ALAKEA 8T3.
OMABA, KANSAS CITY,
1 CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS
And All Principal Eastern Point.
Dc euro your ticket reads via tie
For full Information call on
8. F. BOOTH, O. 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 B08TON, MASSACHUSETTS,
will give to yourself and your
MANY YEARS OF HAPPINE88.
Full Information and specimen pot
Icy given on application.
Castle & Cooke,
"'' ' HONOLULU, T. H.
OF ALL KINDS.
Dealer In Lumbtr ni Ctr-
ALLEN S. 'OdNSON,
QUEEN -ST., :: :. HONOLULU.
o OF o
STEW PAN8 and GARDEN HOSE
fl8HNET8, TWINE AND BRONZE
WIRE CLOTH AT
A. FERNANDEZ & SON,
Noe. 44-60 King St., Katsoy Block, bet
Nuuanu and Smith Bts.j Tel. Main 180,
M, W, McCHE8NEY & SON8,
A meeting of tho Eighth Precinct,
Fourth District. Democratic Club, was
held last night and the following del
egates wen nominated for tho County
Concntlon, to bo held on He.ntembcr
21: II. T .Mooro, J. J. i;uKan, J. v.
Asch, C, J. .McCarthy, II. II. IUedy. c.
I', laukea, Clinton J. Iliitchlns, Julius
8ATURDAY, 8EPT. 8, 1906,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
at J lie salesroom of Jas. K. Morgan,
No. 817 Kanhumanu street, I will sell
at public miction, for account of whom
It may concern, the following mer
chandise, damaged by salt water ont
toyagn of Importation from Lclth,
Scotland, per Norwegian ship Karrao,
J. l'alnacs master, arrived August 12, v
Diamond D Co., '!
T. II. ''
25 doz. Kin, 75 doz. 13ln.
2.', doz. loin. 7G doz. Uln.
ZS doz. llln. 10 doz. lCln.
76 doz. 12ln. 10 doz. 16ln.
(1AI.VANI.KI) HOUND TUBS. ."
4 doz. lfiln. 10 doz. 22ln.
4 doz. lfiln. 10 doz. 26ln.
4 doz. 28lu. S doz. 24ln.
4doz. 30in. 1 doz. 36ln.
in doz. :oln.
15 nests (10 pes. each), 14ln. to
Terms: Cash, tl. S. gold coin.
Honolulu, September C, 1906.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
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t : ii . '
A FRESH SUPPLY OF
FRENCH MIXED CANDIES,
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Fori and KUnf Stt. '
PHONE MAIN 131
Our new department under
the management of
Mr. Joe Perry
guarantee, flrst-claea work.
Estimates freely given. Tele
phone Main 415 'and we will
e.nd you a man with eamplee,
Coyne Furniture Co.
Hotel and Union Strcc ti.
- -" - i n iwtwii
GUN AND LdCKiMITH-., ' ''
OErlERA,L REPAIR' .(HOP.
Safe. Opened, Typewrltete, Caeh Reg
latere and Sewing Machine, Lawn
Mowere cleaned, adjusted and repaired
REMOVED TO UNION STREET.
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le kept en file at e.
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