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BVIWnNO BOLLKTIW. H0N0MO.P. T. 11.,-MONDAY! SEPT. 10. 1000.
For Monday, Tuesday
To close out odd let, wo will offer them for THREE
DAYS ONLY at exceptionally low prices.
LADIES 2-CLA8P BERLIN LISLE GLOVES, In white, black,
gray and modes Regular 40c
SPECIAL 2fid Pal"
LADIES' 2-CLA8P BLACK COTTON TAFFETA QLOVE8,
LADIES' LISLE SUEDE QLOVES. In black, white and nrav.
. ' ' ' '
SPECIAL !0 pair
LADIES' FINE LACE SILK QLOVE8, 12-buttorj length, In white
and black, Regular $1.00
,' SPECIAL 75c
LADIES 2-CLASP LACE 8ILK QLOVE3, In black and white,
SPECIAL 50c pair
LADIES' LISLE LACE GLOVES,
Regular '. G5c
Just Received, Ex. Alameda
LADIES' LONG WHITE SILK GLOVES, In a full line of
! W S1.00 per pair
ill MIL ,
Tho County Convention delcgnles of
tlic l'ourth District nre In tniicua this
evening nt llcpublicaii headquarters
on Fort street.
Prom tho talk among the delegates
there ill probably lie taken a straw
voto on Ihu various candidates for
County nlliccs, concerning which the
l'ourth District lius n say.
Tlicro nro llvo men In the field for
tho nomtnntlon of tho llcpubllcnn
County Convention ifor Supervisors
from llonoltilti and (hero niu but two
(o ho elected.
The flvo In the field nro: Clarence
Crnbbo, Jim Qiilnii, Chaillo llustncc,
V. P. Dillingham and A. V. dear.
There In a proposition on foot to tho
What is a Backache? :Tlm UuiUtin Knic mnnili
illW VUI1WMII-. itJVID JJW1 UIV1MI
The visitors trom the Kouthern Cal
llornlu l'Mitorlal Association started
thlK morning on their trip down tin
O. H. & . Co.'s lino to fee the won
ders of Hawaii's sugar lil.iiituttoua and
sisal farms, crowning the event with a
visit to beautiful llalclwu, where they
will (tike luncheon, Tho contemplated
visit to tlin Wnhlawn dam mid pine
npplo ranches was postponed until '
later on. '
The O. H. & U Co. rose to tint otta-1
hIou In Its usual style, putting tip an
elegant spcclnl train composed of Ilia i
observation car ami thric chair cars.
It had been Dgurod tliat this would Just
nnMitmniiitnlA t tin iilwvttln utin lit1 lifnn
Ihvlted, hut curiously' enough tpilte A
ID IS NATURE'S WAflMIMB TO WOMEN
Diseases of Womin't Orginlim Cured and
Conteqaent Pain Stoppid by Lydia E.
Plnkham's Vegetable Ccrapound.
" It seems ns though my back wmtltl
break." Women utter these words
over and over again, Iml continue to
drnj? alone and Milter v Ith aches In tho
Miiull of thuliack, tuln low down in
tho Mile, " bcarlng-flmvu" pulns, ner
vousness and no ambition for any took.
PILLOW CASE MUSLIN, Regular 20c quality
VALENCIENNES LACES, 12 yards to the piece,
Regularly 20c 25c 35c and 40
SPECIAL 15 Ocv 30d and 35i pr pc. .
VALENCIENNES .INSERTION, 12 yarde to the piece, '
Reaularlv 35r 40i- AZr and 7r,, I
SPECIAL "SjJ 3Qd SZd and 50J pr pc.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co. Ltd,
Cor. Port and Boretunlu
effect that when the straw voto In i number of these failed to show Up, so
InUeu tonight, the two men .receiving I that tlicro was about n car to spate,
the highest number of votes bo do- : giving morn than ample room for all
riarid tho ltcpiiblltan candidates and The train was scheduled to leave the
thu remaining three gracefully with'
diaw, leaving the fight to tho two
liepuhlican candidates as against
those candidates of other parties
Tlicio Is likely to, bo a great deal of
opposition to the plan, but It Will nev
ertheless bo strongly backed and tho
pcnce-lovlng members of tho coming
convention hopu that the caucus will
listen to "reason" anil help muko
things ship-shape for the convention.
Crahbu's friends feel, that ho Is en
titled to the nomination for Supervi
sor from Honolulu In consideration of
his withdrawing from the race for tho
OS-Mr 'iflHLBPtSi IP
5w HUIkvLLsW wlt
W'.:rx J2L' f.i :SS
vm... ; -'t-w-tiJvVw ' mil
f MitsMaudv Morrte 2
m .i .T
Is So Easy
WHEN YOU HAVE "A PREMO AND
depot nt H:45 a. m., but owing to thu
tardy arrival of some of those who
wcie expected to K. it was held until
S:5." a. m. Among those who parllel
jmttil In tho jaunt were, besides tho
visitors, who turned "'it In full, mem
ber! of the Promotion Committee and
of the Heceptlon Committee, with their
wC5. newspnuerme.. mm a ew om- Th(;y (,( nol ,,, tha the ,,ack j,
i.. ..i.i. -ii .i ... i.- i.. Ilic ianlnprliir of woman organism
..i ,.u,. .. ..,.M,rU .., w . , nnd ciulcklv indl.atesby nchltiL' n illv
mo niKuesi oi spirus ana i-vuieniij ca,c, conJui,,,, of tlio female orRnt
promised incmscm'B cuiiaiucrauie cu
Joyment from the trip.
An amusing Incident marked tho lc-
Shcrlffnlilp. Gear's friends have to . ,mrturo f tho cxcurf,lonlts. Tho trnln
be reasoned with and then tlicro nro ha,, ,mllctl wt1, lown lUB cmcr(,, acput
Jim (Julnn, Ilustacc and IMI- tra(;k wien n acrCH of ,,, aml ,,.
lliiBlmm to bu considered. Two out of lzn(? Brlcatnil wero i.urd from on u!
nvo means some hot caucusing. ie ,.,. KCflrng editorial dlstrHSS
for County Attorney there nro Ulc rnRncer ,toppl the trnln .where
thrco In the running so far: J rank Counly Turr,. Trent was seen
Andrade. J. W. Cathcart and C. A. I, .., flom on ,,t ,iln rnra .viii.
;r.K- ..rLmftL.,W l" ,"15 iBroat speed. Ho had been talking will,
IV IO l((I IU (ltV"l 111 KUIIK !'
a love feast and fight it out. Cath
cart. It is said, will not consider a
Thoro aro only two spoken of, ou
the llcpuhllcnn ticket, for County Au
ditor: II. M. Dow and James Hick
noil, tho present ablo incumbent.
I'or Treasurer there is but K. T. 1'.
WntcrlmiiBO seriously mentioned and
opposition hero Is not anticipated.
There Is no fight In tho matter of
the Shrievalty: llrowu Is tho man.
As to tho Dcputy-Shcrlrfshlp that
Is another story nnd may prove to bo
the most interesting topic of tho cau
Ilnnnlo, now a clerk In tho County
Clerk's ofllco, may bo put up against
II. C. Vlda.
or kldiievs.. uml that tha nehes anil
pains will contlnuu until the cuu&o Is
Ljilla 1!. rinkham's Vcjrctalde Com
pound lias been for many yearn the
one and onlv effective remedy-in such
cases. It speedily cures female and HONOLULU
kidney disorders nnd restores tho Xe-, 1 1 ssg
male organs ion oi-niiiiy conuuion.
" I hsvo sulTciTd with fcnwlo troul.l.n fnr
over two yenm, siiffrrlng intenw Ilu -ni-li
nionill. my iinm arnfi uuiii 11. im-iii'-m n
Place the Premo Film Pack In a Pro mo Camera close tho back and make
twelve pictures In ns rapid cuccetelon a: you choose.
, Look Into thlo latest, simplest, mot efficient method of Amateur PHctogr.v
I phy Premo Film Cameras aro the most compact on tho market.
, Made In sizes 3 1-1x4 1-1, 3 1-4 x 5 1 2, 4 x 5. Prices range from $ to $20.
i For samples catalogue full lnform.it on, sec
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
OUR FUNCPfL RATES for the poor
and middle classes are as follows;
53X0, 512 50, $15 00, $18.00; Middle
Class, 5200, jsfo, 40C0, snd up
ward to cult
We cjn b3 found at all hours of the
day at our office and by Phone Wain
179 end all hours of night by Phone
1120 FORT ST.
Breai speeu, no ouu uevi. hum us ' i10,xh't would l.nk,n,l 1 Wtwwrsk nil
some friends on tho train, who had n-tlut I rfi.l not fln.1 stn-mrth tonlteiul tn ,
tried to persiiadc him to come along, i niy work but had to ktay InU-dalnrgo jwrt ;
Ho declined, whereupon his genial I nt the tint two or tbrt iUy evrry inomb. ,
friends held him down by force, and 1 1 woid-lhajoslnplcMnlg hts,ltdilrmnMaii.
only his cnmpalgn-tralncd lung power J"""? '"1':1' A fllil ""all my
"Wo renmltcilnnolil family physician, who
dviml thst I try I.ydl 1!. rinkluim's Vege
table ComnnuniL I bemn UUIng it rrgulsrly
SJid soon found thst 1 could sl-p uml it
.liar limn I iikii iiimio ior ninnins. h limn
I two month I ln-camp regular nnd I nnlongnr
. I tiiffnr from lacksclw or ln." Mum Jlnmts
saved the Deicon from making an In
Morris. Hoc. Tvlics' AIJ and Utssiuu bodty,
E. IlunUr Kt., AUanta, Ua.
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
We pick, haul ititd ihip your
kroods and save you monc?.
DfI In STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage in Brick W-tretwuse, J25 King St. Phone Main 59
Tho Hawaii Sugar Planters' Associa
tion this morning recched a letter
from A. y. Jtldd. representing the As-
There Is. however, little being said iy,,,intlnn in,hn Phlllnnlno. in onrrli
.In regard to tho cnucus tonight. Somo,of plnntntton labor, but no Inforraa
IrtirnrlMnn nro In ulnro. in t ... .. - AnnntA.i
llllll III lUlinj.iuilsJU nus lUlll.WKVU
Sweet Violet Creamery Butter
A dozen or more brands of butter
have been introduced hero In this
Sweet Violet Creamery Butter
Is mado from tweeter and richer
cream than any other.
It has the flavo of Pure Cream,
with the fragrance of fresh violets.
Thlo flavor and fragrance suits the
TRY IT TODAY.
R. 0. Yfift Hnn & P.nmnanv.
" TEL. MAIN 251. 5
eurprlscH nro in store.
It Is just possible that someone may
attempt to Introduco n resolution with
n view to getting tho County Conven
tion to endorso tho administration of
No contest over the nomination for
tho ofllco of County Clerk is nntlclpat
id. There In not likely to bo any op
position to 1). Knlauoknlanl, Jr.
The ISLAND MEAT CO.
Ii In a splendid position to ateurt for Its patrons the very beat Island mta,
carefully handled, Alio Island Poultry of very description.
JaSe E. Westhrook
TELEPHONE MAIN 78.
FOfVT bt. opp. love ni niv
I xjL xV' jft" lCisCssH9BsMil3siKtki slHV
Of PMNl lloTo
The C'lilna, tho old favorite ship of
the l'.iclllc Mall Company, was I) log
off port at dsylireuk this morning. Hhe
mado her usual fast tilp nnd hut for
thu flit that tho could not be Inspect
ed tilt 7 o'cluck tills morning by the
Quarantine doctors, would have nrrhoil
long ukcad of her schedule As It was
die was sloivitl down jesteiday In
order that shu should not xct In licit
Tho China has what Is probably tho
smallest passenger list In her history,
having only e!uveu in her first cabin,
of whom tlircx aro for Honolulu. She
alio Iiiib ou hoard :i:u Japanese for this
The Chlua will have to take ou coal
and writer in this port and will not
lc-.no till 9 o'clock tomorrow morning.
Klie'wlll lake u large list for thu CoikI
from tills city.
Ilyron O. Clark bus filed au answer
in tho nssumpslt suit brought ugnlnst
III in by I-'. It. Harris on it nolo for
JV71.73. Hn shows that tho action Is
barred by tho statute oi limitations.
He nlbo dcnla tho ilebl. Kingsbury
&. Kellogg, tho newly organized law
firm, ajipoar for Clark.
Weekly Bulletin SI Pr year.
therein. Mr. Judd was about to go to
Hongkong to took up matters of trans
portation to Hawaii, for northern
tribesmen of tho Philippines. His
recruiters ate at work In the northern
provinces of Luzon. Tlicro Is nothing
dcflnlto In the l'hlllpiiluc labor prnpo
rltlon at present.
Nor Is there anything certain, at
this writing. In the matter of tho Im
portation of Azorcans. lv. II. Staik
uble, representing tho Territorial ilu
rcau of Immigration, has not been
heard from of late. Ho was, accord
ing to most recent reports, tentatively
arranging for transportation, hut It is
still very uncertain ns to whether ho
has made suro of tho labor from tho
Per S, 8. Koren, for tho Orient. Sep-
(ember 10, C p. in. Mrs. J. (1. Moore,
Miss M. Moore. Miss (1. Moore. W.
1-'. Mndely, wlfo nnd Infnnt: K. II. C.
Williams and wife F. M. Hicks, A. II.
Holmes, N. Yanlgawnrn. Carlcton T.
Newllng. C. W. Illicit and wife, Mrs.
I). Mnrcuccl. Prank (Irlrfllbs and wife,
J. Q. Mosbln and wife, ,. H. Stone
and wife. MJss M. Ktonc. Minn II Da
vis. Dr. J. It. Olllen nnd wife. L. It.
P. E.. R. Strauch
1-2 OF $7000 OR $3M0 Modorn llr.
ltosldonoo, 4 ye. old, servant house,
wash houso, stablrw, lot 170x210,
ornumonlal and fruit trees, healthy
locality nr. car. This Is an excep
tional opportunity to buy au do
pant homo Kt half cost, iJind 13000,
SlfiOO. Host known Hoarding & Room.
Ing Houso In City. Ovor 40 rooms.
Always full. Gold mint. Owner
wants to rotlo.
2 houses with largo lo's, Kapalaroa,
nr. Bt. Ktlraboth Home, also 2 un
improved, lota DOxlSO, cheap., etc.,
2 lots, C0x2C0 ca., with 2 bedr. cot
tages, King St. nr. Kalaknua Avo.
6r. cottage, large otablcs, 75x150,
$1300. rs cash, very cheap.
I.argo houso and lot, iDsano Asylum
2 bedr. cotlago, Kapalama nr. St,
2 bedr. cotlago, ucach lid., $10 p, ni.,
VYAITY BLPr., 74 3, KINQ BTRRRT
INTRODUCED TO I
Sarf Boat Hiding
Kunday afternoon was spent by most
of the visiting cdltois nt tho Seaside
hotel, where they wero tho guests ot
the management. The occasion proved
tn he no less enjoyable than hao thu
other entertainments provided for
them, and Ii Is superfluous to say that
they hud a good time. At least, If they
didn't, nppearaiucs wero very deceitful.
Most of thu men of tho party, and n
number of the ladles, spent much of
thu time In tho water. Surfbout riding
was a novelty that was enjojed hugely,
not only by those In tho boats, but by
tho other members who cleitcd to ic
nialn ou dry lurid uud not get then
Nono of t,ho visitors, probably, had
ever tried it before, Iml they nro nil
anxious tn Indulge In the sport itguln
and ns often au possllilu before the
"I hate tried tobogganing and skeo
Ing." .i Id one of tho men, "but I never
had anything gltn me to iftarly tho
sensation of II) ing an did (lie ilile In a
surf boat on tho irest of a big bleak
er. Tlinl'H Mimctlilng like."
One (mild not help being struck by
the number of rcmurktt mado by lh
Callforulnns on thu peculiar sultms.8
lYou Actually Save
I when we make your clothes to your
measure for the same price as you pay
for ready-to-wear hand-me-downs. Bo
cause our clothes have the right style
and give entire satisfaction, No man
can afford to go shabby these days.
Laipiear. A. M. Sherman and wife, , " t"e tr nnd writer. "I nccr knew
MIsa U. Ilnrl. Mis (1. Slownnl Minx ' nilj thing like this before," said a Call-
OiiRgcnrork, Ceo. N. Stelgcr, II. T. fornla moldcr of public opinion, as .1
Held nnd wife. Dr. W. B. llobertson
and wife. R. A. Itatchclder, wlfo and
r-nn; I'. W. Klug nnd wife, Miss O. K.
King, Q. II. Kastmnu nnd wlfo. W
M. Campbell, wlfo uud two children;
Miss M. Clark, Miss I,. Clark, Dr. O.
IS. Hilts, Miss A. Ilrooks, Mrs. V. M.
I.awton, Mrs. Mnson Mitchell, Mrs. II,
(!. Alexander, (leo. Moorman. II. 1).
Smith. II. It. Wilson, K. Melntyre,
Miss Melntyre, Kmlllo Qunl, M. lwa
takl, M. Sakamoto, II. Onoml.
l'cr 8. S. China, for Han Kraneliiro.
Sept. II. 0 u. m. Illchard Mcllo, 11.
(I. Mlddledltcli, K. K. Hedemann, Lin
da Kchaefcr. Miss Kinney, H. A. Ilnld
. In. Mr, and Mrs. MclJilchto, J. N.
b. Williams, Miss 1C. Dcncck, U. F.
Sairdow, Hurry Kiunakn, V. Writer
lioiiho. I.. A. Wlilf, (J. H. Dole, 8. I,.
Cheldley, Mis. (1. C. Johnson, !'. N.
1'rnlini, J. A. Low, Mr. Hedemann.
nEAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Sept. 8, 1906,
From 10:30 a. m. to 12 noon.
i:ilahi-th K Meyer to K Malsuda
et ul '. 1.
Wahlni'liolomoKu to Nngiirnu Fer
nandez , .M
Claim Spreckils & Co, by utty to 1.
II Kuhlliim ltd
1'elcr Kunakuolu to Diuitcl K Kulol
ct ul V....D
II ll.ickfuld .1 Co Ltd to Mary 1,
Maiy U Modes mid iisb to John T
l i: Swain by ulft of iiilgeu to J M
ll.irnanl .,, Tore Aftdt
Alex Vnlentlito to W 11 (1 Taylor ..Hoi
W 0 U Tujlnr tn William Kinney, .1)
James Drlscoll to B Knwntatsu I,
Mary O Mills to M F Juao and wf..ltcl
Entered for Record Sept. 10, 1906,
From 0 a. m. to 10:30 a. tn.
William II Utce in John l.ovell ital..I)
l'loncer Mill Co, Ltd to I.ucy K
Tha trial of Anln, charged with
Eellliu; llfjuor without a lleeuso, was
ended this afternoon, thu Jury let lim
ing u verdict ot guilty, with a recom
mendation for mercy.
big roller dumped him out onto the
sand and left him stranded, high it not
dry. "W'lo, tho water la Just llliu
velut to the skin. Wo have sour
beaches baik homo that wo think arc
pretty line, but If wo wero In the water
Ihcio today at this time, we'd be half
"I'll never be satisfied until I can
ii-turn to Honolulu to May," suld au
otlur member of tho party, "And I'm
coming back, loo. You (oiildu'l keep
mo away fiom here. Tho climuto and
everything else striko mu as being perfect."
"I'm cumins back wimn day, ' ic-
marl.ed u member fiom the orange
yroves, hprnwlnl luxuriously In tha
sand, "ami If they ever get rid of mo
thru, they'll htio Id deport inc.
Not less eiitliusliHtio Vicic tho mem
bers of tho preis umk'I.iIIoii our tho
Hawaiian music, tin iciidered by (he
Knwnlhiiu Mill'. .Many of them Hun
heard It li.u I; ou Ilia Coast, but listened
to here, In tho setting of palm trees ami
odorous flowers uml with thu back
ground of cloiid-shuduwcd mountuiiis,
with the bofl brccZD blowing tn from
thu I'm lllu nnd tho waves liienklng
Into foam on tho Handy beach, In a
crowd mmlo up of pioplu of a dozen
nationalities, largely those people to
whom the music beluugs, It appealed to
them very much more tdmrigly than
ever biforo. livery nekitlun iccelved
an enthusiastic encore.
"I could novor ret enough of It. '
kild one ot the ladles, 'I ho miii-lr has
a strange, haunting quality that tiffects
one most pcuilliirl)."
Afternoon lea was terved at S
o'clock, but loin; after that hour many
of the visitors were still lingering on
tho sand or sitting nu the n-ttccR,
"star-rsinlteu'tt on tho gras." gialug
nt the myitad changing colors of the,
water, watching the shadow,! deepen
ing on Diamond Head, loathe to bring
to it close, what many ot them said was
tile most cnjnjnblo day of their visit
up to that time.
Wnnk books of all sorts, lodgers
etc., manufactured by the llulletlu rob
STYLE, FIT AND DURABILITY
IN OUR SUITS FOR
S20 to S30.
Geo. A. Martin
OPEN SATURDAY UNTIL 8 P. M.
THURSDAY and SATURDAY
SCPTEMDER 13 AND 10,
THE MYRTLE DOAT CLUB,
ASSISTED UY LOCAL TALENT,
Will Present tho'Comlc Opera
MUSIC, FUN AND FRIVOLITY.
OPERA HOUSE PRICES.
Seat sale opens at Wall, Nichols Co.
Monday, September 10, 1030.
c OF o
STEW PANS and GARDEN HOSE
I8HNETS, TWINE AND BRONZE
WIRE CLOTH AT
A. FERNANDEZ & SON,
Nos. 44-60 King St., Katsey Block, bet.
Nuuanu and Smith 8U.; Tl. Main 189.
The most nearly human machine
ever Invented. Call and hear It at
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.
ODD FELLOWS BLDG.
AND OTHER PIANOS.
THAYER PUN1) COMPANY
158 AND 158 HOTEL STRCET,
Opposlto Young Hotel.
OF FINE JEWELRY
NOW ON DISPLAY.
Gold Mounted Backcombs
118 HOTEL STREET nr, FORT 8T.
NEW PILSNER BEER
came In the Alameda; also ap
pliances for dr.1v.ln3 It.
You can satisfy that crav
ing for the genuine Imported
Pilsner or Wurburger today
COR. HOTEL AND BETHEL 8TS.
PUT THEM IN ALBUMS
It's the most sensible hobby thai
The cards should be placed In nn
atbum t preserve them and keep
them In the ord'r in which they are
We have a new stock of albums
mado for postals from 20c. up to very
Hawaiian News Co.,
ALEXANDER YOUNQ DLDQ.
P. H, SurnettQ,
Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public
Rod I Citato. Loans, Collection,
Agent to Orar.t Marriage Llcensjw.
Phonirt! Office Main 310 Res.Wh.134L
Tho Weekly IMitluit ot tho livening
Bulletin gives a ruruplcto summary of
tie news of tho day. For SI yr
make good presents
for your friends. Best
selection In town at
The Island Curio Co.,
Elite Bldg., Hotel St,
turiUsW. jbhd. '(li. ;.kt:tUtM