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KVENINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. H , THURSDAY, SEPT. 13, 1906.
Tlie Bright Friend Who Cheerfully
Cooks that Little Supper.
A dialing dish, of cource. Who or what else would do It at
midnight to daintily, so willingly? And not only a late iupper,
but any unexpected meal, It will serve you In the came prompt
A serviceable, sensible wedding gift, too.
A large new and complete line of quadruple nickel plated
good on hard metal jutt here, Including:
CHAFING DISHES AND TRAYS
DAKINQ DISHES AND LININGS
0 O'CLOCK TEA KETTLES
FRENCH AND DRIP COFFEE POTS
TCA SETS AND TABLE BELLS
CRUMB PANS AND SCRAPERS
. BATH ROOM FIXTURLG IN NICKEL AND C1LA8S.
E. O. HALL & SON, LTD
CORNER FORT AND KING STS,
Fine Mules for plantation
work just arrived Call early
and make your selection.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE COMPANY
o OF o
TO BE HELD
Saturday, Sept, 15, 1906,
IN HONOLULU HARBOR COM-
9:30 A. M.
Races open to ail. No entry fees.
All rowing races are to be governed
by th Racing Rules of the Hawaiian
Rowing Association, yacht races by
the Racing Rules of the Hawaii Yacht
Each entry shall include .the name
of the boat, or if it has none, the name
of the person who enters It In the
There must be at least three boats
started before a second prize will be
awarded and four boats before a third
prise be awarded.
Entries will open at 8 a. m., Tues.
day, September 11, 1906, at Hawaiian
News Co., Alexander Young Building,
and will close Thursday, September
13, 1MX, at 12 m
For further Information apply to
the Regatta Committee: C. C. Rhodes,
Geo. Crozler and Merle M. Johnson, or
. A. E. MURPHY.
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A National Cash Register Is
an economist and a provider. It
records sales and all transac
tions affecting cash cr credit.
It tells you who the soldier Is
In your les department and
who errs In making change. It
makes no difference how small
the business Is the sales can be
-JJ(made larger by Its use.
FOR THE OFFICE.
!mfU-fT!J-?H'?!J 5r -iiS-ZSi
Canvis and Linen Oxfords
White, Green, Purple, Lavender, Alice Blue, Oyster Gray,
3.50 Values to Close Them Out at 81.75.
Ladles' $2.50 white canvas, turn sale, white heels, at ONE
Ladles' fancy colored Hose, to match shade of Oxfords.
L B. KERR
THURGDAY and 8ATURDAY
3EPTEMBER 13 AND 15,
THE. MYRTLE BOAT CLUB,
ASSISTED BY LOCAL TALENT,
Will Present the Comle Opera
MUSIC, FUN AND FRIVOLITY.
OPCRA HOUSE PRICE8.
Seat sale opens at Wall, Nichols Co.
Monday, September 10, 1906.
New Pilsner Beer
carnu in the Alameda;
also appliances for
drawing it. You can
satisfy that craving
for the genuine im
ported Pilsner or
Wurzburgcr today at
Hotel and Bethel
A lloslon lady seeking summer
hoard on u farm saw nil aihcitlsoinenl
t;hln.v a description of about mich u
platu ii R hIii) wanted, and Kent a letter
of 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 '. Hliu rccclu'd the follow
lug Information an to terms: "Wu
rhnrgo llo dollnrti a week for men,
four ami a half fur ladles, ami four
iIollarH for ililldrfii old enough In, out.
All ugiu mid hcxch In pay more if dlf
Hi lilt." I.lpplniott'K Magazine.
Fine Job Printing at the Bul
& CO., Ltd.,
THAT'S WHAT CONSUMERS OF
Cordon's Dry Gin
ay after partaking of thli
riellcloue production of
the distiller' art. Truly,
this gin I Perfection It
self. A trial will con
vince you of Its superiori
ty over all other brands
offered In this market.
PHONE MAIN 140.
101 TO 105 S. KINO ST.
All persons owing or having claims
against the Honolulu Junk Co. will
please present the same to undersign
(I nt tlit Kllnliaua Saloon at once.
3180 31 OHO. V. MACV.
IN Till: CIRCUIT COUIIT 01' TIIK
1'iritt Circuit, Territory or Hawaii. At
Chambers; in I'lohale, In t lie mutter
of I lio estate or (luslnv KunHt, de
ceased. Older of Notku of lUarlng
l'etltlon fur Allowance of I'lnnl Ac
i omit r, Distribution nml Dlsrliarge,
On reading uml mine I lie petition ntul
nrcoiints of A J. lioWcko, executor of
Oitstav KiiiikI, ilcii-uhnl, wherein lie
csks to ho allowed JflS.ilOl.fiO. nnd
rhargci himself with $110,SGU !io, anil
rsks that the same may ho examined
and npiruei, anil tn.it n final order
t.my he iimdr of distribution of I In;
properly remaining In his hand to
tlm persons lliercto entltloil, and ills
tlinrglng him anil IiIh sureties from
nil further responsibility as such cx
editor, it Is ordered that Saturday,
lh 2fith day of Oitober, A. I. 1900,
it !) o'rlocl! a. in., before tlm Judge ol
sslil court at Ihu mint room of the
tald (ourt at Honolulu, Inland of On
hu, be and the Fame heiehy in np
lolnted a the time ami place fin
lieuriug Haiti petition and nrrounirf,
end that all persons Interested may
then and there appear mid tdiow
cause, f any I hey hate, why tlie sai'ic
should not ho granted, anil may pro
lent ctldcmi' an to who are entitled
lo the KUld properly. And that notice
of this order. In the Kngllsli language,
lie puldhdicil In the Ku'lilng IJullcllii,
u newspaper printed mid published
In Honolulu, for three successive
weeks, the last puhlltatlon to he not
leuK than two weekH previous tu the
Inie therein npMlntcd for Kald hear
l:.K. Duled at Honolulu, this 13th day of
Ily Hie Court:
(Hgd.) J. T. Ill: 1IOI.T,
1st Judge. Circuit Court, I'lmt
3ISC-Sept. H. 21, 28; Oct. 5.
Next Saturday Night
8:30 P. M. SHARP. .
8. R. MclLVAIN
Philippine Ids. Champ, of Haw,
15 Rounds, Catchwelghts.
vs. KID SHARKEY
6 Rounds, 140 Pounds.
AH 8AM vs. YOUNQ DAVID
Return Match at 125 Pounds.
Referee Billy Woods.
Announcer Jack McFadden.
Prices: Ringside, $1.50; Reserved
Seats, $1; Gallery, 50c.
Tickets on sale at Fashion Cigai
Store, Hotel 8L
Bill Of Health
The French steamship Ameril Du
perie, Capt, llernler, arilvcd Ihls morn
ing from Yokohama 011 her wuy around
tho world. She Is the first of the line
(if French steamers which will make
tails monthly at (lilts port. Her tup
tilu did the rumo thing which was
mentioned yesterday In these columns
lu regard tu the Japanese steamer Ka
sato Muril, that Is, left the Japanese
port without a hill of health. The ex
cuse given fur Capt, Kilmer of tho
Mnru In the niornliij; paper that hu
did not know thai he was to make Ho
nolulu u port or call, seems to be flimsy
(loinjhe fiut that he had over COO J.ip-I
niicse on hoard who were to come here,
The facts seem to hu that the Jap-
uni'Ho health regulations uro so sexero
that It Is hard for some of tho tramp
steamers to get clean bills when they
lire ready to leave nnd so they come
without und take tho chances, i:l-l
ilcutly Capt, llernler has done tho
same thing In the present case. I
The Duperie brings 2C2 Japaucso fori
Ihls port hut rnrilcH no freight, so sho
will esuipo p.irl of tho trouble which
will be goon tliiough with the Mam,
Bhu hopes lo be uble to sail for San
Fr.inclsio this evening.
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ljist ijiiarlpr of the moon Kept. lu.
'Times of these tides not muted In
Times of the tide are taken from
the United States Coast and Ueodatle
Hawaiian standard time Is 10 hours
3D tnlniiU'S slower than Orc-eqwlcb
time, being thaf of the meridian of 1C7
degrees 3D niliiulis. The time whistle
blows at 1:80 p ni which la the gaiuu
an Greenwich, 0 hours 0 minutes. Sun
and moon are for local time, for the
Thursday, September 13.
S. S. Ameril Duerre, llernler, from
Yokohama, In iii.ir.intlnc,'8 n, 111,
U. S. A. T. Iluford, llall. from Se
attle, 10-.10 11 m.
Stmr. Claiidlne, l'arker, from Hawaii
ports, 5 11. 111.
Wednesday, September 12.
Schr. Chan. I.eU Woodbury, Harris,
lor lloiiolpu and llilo, S p. in.
V. S. S Iroiiuols, Carter, for Wal
inanalo, 10 11 m
Stmr. Mlk.iliala, S. Tliompsou, for
Hleeln and .Miikauell, G p. in.
S. H. Ameril Duperie, lleruler, lor
San l-'ranelsio, p. in.
U, S. A. T Tliomui, I,nam, lor
Ounin aud Manila, 10 n. in.
Stmr, Manna Uia, Slmerron, from
Hawaii ports, u. in.
Stmr. Chiiullne, l'arker, for Hawaii
ports, C p. m.
Per stmr Clnudlne, l'arker, from
llaujil portA, Sept. 13. l-Vom llllo:
S. J. Hunt. I'rom liana: J. Chalmcra,
MIhh K. J. ChnlmerH. K. Kiihlam, W.
Vllllainxon. I'rom Kabuiil: Mrs. C.
II. Wells, Ward Wells, I. M. Wells,
lley. A. V. Soarea, irisB K. Cobb, Mrs.
W. J. Moody, R. Kopke, A. M. Simp
rou, MIsh HUgaanl, Mis. A, M. Drown
ami child; Mrs. J. H. Walker and
ehllil. .MIK Inncrsoll, K. It, Hendry,
W. II. ICmUv-.D, II. Murdock, MIxh
KliKle, Miss I. Aiken, A. II. lllcc. It.
Weedon, JT Oarcla. W. J. Coelho,
Father Maxlmfh. Miss K. Walwulole,
Mon Sim See, Mrs. Ahlu Kalanl. C.
Ciowell, Miss IthodcH, Miss N. lllrch,
A. 0. Dickens, wife and threo chil
dren; II. Held, II. Heed. S. nonnes
ted, W. T. ltnhlnxnn, Kwour SIiik.
Ah l.ul. I'rom Uihalna: Mrs. Kspln
da. MIhs Darker. J. Opfcrgi-lt. It. C.
Henrle, wlfo ami children; Ycu
ChoiiK, J. Scott unit 71) deck passcn
Per stmr. Mlkahala, Sept. 12, fiom
Kuual jiorts. W. K. Saiihorn, A. T.
Wakelleld. W. Jarvls. I). V. McCorrls
ton, Mrs. Meeiuano, J, II. Wilson. Miss
i:. Knla, Mrs. (J. K. ltlchnids. Miss I-.
Tievenlu, Dr. Derby, MIkk I'riKK", ()
II. IthhaidH, M. Dildolt, 4U deck.
U. 8. Weather Rurean,
Sept. 13, 190C
Temperatures fi a. m , 7.1; 8 a. in,,
7r.; 10 a. in., 81; noon, 81; morning
1.1 1 11I 11111 tn. 73.
Harumcter, 8 a, 111., 30.0!i; absolute
humidity, 8 a. 111., 7.111 grains per cu
bic foot; relative humidity, 8 a.. 111 ,
7C per cent.; dew point, 8 a. in., CS.
vlnd 11 a. in , velocity 12, illreittou
n; 8 a. ni velocity 8, direction NK;
10 a, in., velocity 9, direction V; noon,
velocity 13, direction NI3,
Italnfall during 24 hours, ended
S a, m .07 Inch.
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended at noon, 233 miles.
WM. II. BTOCKMAN.
Section Director, United States
The BUSINESS MAN'8 HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulle
tin end the Weekly Edition, Gives a
concise and compete resume of allle
(jal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
756 per month. Weekly Bulletin,
Ml per year.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin tjivee complete summary of
the nnws of the day.
Pjr Want Column See Pane Six
From St. Clcmont's nectary, a Jer
sey row. Hew aril for return of
htiinc. Any person ilntrctod unlaw
fully harboring tho same will be
piosccuted. 348C It
Have arrived and arc now on display; also a limited
Long Silk Gloves, Double Tipped
NEW - TO-DAY
Hegatta Day falllnp on Saluidoy,
the stores of the undersigned Rioceru
will be ilosed all day, Thern will ho
no delivery on that day. I'atrons are
reipiested lo semi In their onlera
turly on I'll day for delivery.
II. MAY L CO, LTD.
I.CWIH & CO.. I.Tl).
J. M. i.i:vy & CO.
C. J. DAY & CO.
IN Till: ClltCIJIT COUItT OK TIIK
Klrst Circuit, Tenllory of Hawaii. In
l'nihatu: nt Chambers. In the Mut
ter of thn J'.stnte of Charles llaher
koii, (let eased, lleforo Judge Hon. J.
T. Do Holt. Order of Notice of Peti
tion for Allowance of I'lnnl Aciounln
nnd Discharge lu This Itstate. On
leading and tiling the petition anil ac
counts of David Dayton, ndmlnlstra-
lor of Charles llalverson, where
J In he nsks tn lie allowed ''!.
4!t 100 and lie i barges himself with
I K7T 29-100, nnd nsl.H that the same
I may ho examined aud approved, mid
I that a final order limy hu nindo of
J distribution of the property remain
ing In his hands to the persons there
I to eiilltlid, uml discharging him nnd
I IiIk sureties from all further responsi
bility oh such. It is ordered that Fri
day, the llith day of October. A. 1).
1 19ilt;. at ' o'clock n. 111. helorn the
Judge of said couit at tho court room
of thn said cosrt at Honolulu, Island
of Oahu, be and the same hereby Is
irppolnlcd ax tlm time ami placo for
hearing Mild ju-t IH011 ami arcountF,
I and that nil purxomC Interested muy
then and there appear and show
cause. If nny they hae, why the same
should not be granted, uml may pro
sent evidence as to who are entitled
to the said pioperty. And that notlcu
of this order. In tho Kngllsh language,
he published In thn Evening llulletln
newspaper printed and published in
Honolulu, once a week for threo sue
icsslte weeks the last publication to
he not less than two weeks in in Ions
to the lime therein appointed for said
Dated nt Honolulu, this 12th day or
(Sgd.) J. T. I)i: IIOI.T,
Judge of the Oil c ult Court of the
Attest: JOII HATCIim.Olt,
Cleric or tho Circuit Court of
the I'll st Circuit.
348IJ Sept. 13, 20. 27) Oct. A.
IN TUB CIKCUIT COUIIT OK Till!
First Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. In
I'rlhate; at Chambers, lu tho Matter
nt the Kstnte of Ana l'ala, deceased.
Order of Notice of Petition for Allow
ance of Final Accounts and Discharge
in Tills Kstate. On reading uml tiling
the petition uml accounts or Cecil
Drown. Administrator with will annex-
led of Ana l'ala, lute of Honolulu, Oi-
hu, T. II., wherein hn uslis to be al
lowed $3,Glt.ll, mid he barges him
i elf with 15,323.21, and nsks that tho
!r..uno may ho examined ami approved.
uml that a 1111111 onier may be made or
distribution of tho property remain
ing in his hands to the persons thereto
nt It led, mid discharging him mid his
sureties from all further responsibil
ity as such administrator with tho
will annexed, It Is ordered that Mon
day, tho lGth duy or October, A, 1).
1000, ut 9 o'clock a, m. before the
Judge, of said court at thn court room
ot the said mint ut Honolulu, Island
of Oahu, be and the samo hereby Is
appointed as the time and place for
hearing said petition and accounts,
nnd that all persons Interested may
then and there appear und show
cause. If any they have, why tho samo
should not ho granU-d, and may pre
sent uWdcncc as to who are entitled
to the said piopeity. And that notlio
of this order. In the Kngllsh language,
be published In tho livening llulletln,
a newspaper printed and published In
I Honolulu, onro a week for.,lureo sue
I cesslve weeks, the last publication to
I Lo not less than two weeks previous
I to tho time theieln appointed for said
Dated at Hosolulu, this Gth day of
September, 19U0. -
J. T. DK HOLT,
First Judge of the Circuit Court
or the First Circuit.
Attest: M. T, 8IMONTON,
Clerk of the Circuit Court
or tho First Circuit.
3180 Sept. 0, 13, 20, 27.
SHF Fine Job Printing at the Bul
MEAL TICKETS $4-5021 MEALS.
COR. HOTEL AND ALAKEA 8T8.
0H.DA, KANSAS CITY,
CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS
And All Principal Eastern Polnta.
Be sure jour ticket reads Tit tt
For full Information call on
8. F. BOOTH, Q. A.,
Ferry Building, San Francisco, Cat.
A BIG NEW STOCK
JustArrive.d by Alameda
Finest Line Ever Shown
Coyne Fun.iu.re Co.
Hotel and Union Streets.
For Over 60 Years
nan Drcn Ufttq lor over hiai x
YKAKH ti MILLIONS of Mothers
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tho UUMA. ALLAY:! all pain, fl
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bctrcu!edy(arlrAKI(IlcUA. Sold gif
by Drut'itUU In every part ot tho fcj
world. Da sure and for Urs. H3
Wlnslow'sHoolhlnt-Syrupond take 3
no other kind, aetata a Btttle. EH
Do your clothes need look
ing after7 If so, leavo them
HOTEL NEAR FORT.
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1904,
AT It O'CLOCK A. M..
nt my salesrooms, 847 Kaauumanu
street, tliero will lie solil
Iron lleils, HprliiRS, Mattresses, I
Oak licils, HprliiKU, Mattresses, ,
Crltis, HprlnRH, Mattresses,
Slileboanls, Kxlenslon Dining Table
Crockery, Cooking Utensils, ;
Negllgeu Shirts, Toilet Soap,
JA8. r. MORGAN,
A FRESH SUPPLY OF
FRENCH MIXED CANDIES.
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Foi t and King Sts.
PHONE MAIN 131
And Judge the Interior of your store
by the exterior of your delivery wagon.
Business men, If that wagon of
youra is not well painted and In first
tlais repair It la driving business
away from your establishment
It's Just the oppoalte when you have
us put It In first-class condition.
PRICES ARE RIGHT.
427 QUEEN 8T. TEL. MAIN 47.
P. O. BOX Its.
C. W. ZEIOLEH...., Manager
J. M. Davie
8EWINQ MACHINE REPAIRER.
1268 FORT ST, near BERETANIA.
8ewlng machines for sale.
A machine oleaned and put In r-der.-si.oo.
8. M. WEBB
GUN AND, LOCKSMITH.
GENERAL REPAIR SHOP.
8afea Opened, Typewriter, Caah Reg
isters and 8ewlng Machines, Lawn
Mowers cleaned, adjusted and repaired
REMOVED TO UNION STREET.
1 Is kept on file at E.
THIS PAPERI C. DAKE'S ADVER-
1 T I 8 I N Q AGENCY,
124 Sansome St., 8an Francisco,' Cal.,
where contracts for advertising can
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