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KVKNtNO ntlRTIN. HONOLPU'. T. It., FRIDAY. SEPT. 14, 190C.
The Bright Friend Who Cheerfully
Cooks that Little Supper.
A chafing rllah, of course. Who or what else voutri do It at
midnight so daintily, to willingly? And not only a late lupper,
but any unexpected meal, It will serve you In the same prompt
A serviceable, sensible wedding gift, too,
A large new anil complete line of quadruple nickel-plated
gocd on hard metal Just here, Including:
CHAFING DI8HCS AND TRAYS
DAKINQ DISHES AND LININGS
G O'CLOCK TEA KCTTLES
FRENCH AND DRIP COFFEE POTI5
TI'.A SETS AND TABLE BELLO
CRUMB PANS AND SCRAPERS
BATH ROOM FIXTURLO IN NICKEL AND OLABO.
E. O. HALL & SON, LTD
CORNER FORT AND KING STS,
Fine Mules for plantation
work Just arrived Call early
and make your selection.
SGHUMAN CARRIAGE COMPANY,
o OF o
TO BE HELD
IN HONOLULU HARBOR COM
9130 A. M.
Races open to all. No entry fees.
All rowing races are to bs governed
by the 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 wilt close Thursday, September
13, 1006, at 12 m.
For further Information apply to
the Regatta Committee: C. C. Rhodes,
Ceo. Crazier and Merle M. Johnson, or
A. E. MURPHY.
ij JSWlJSV-jWJV ."V'vV RT-RftV "V-j
tt A National Cash Register Is
j'( an economist and a provider. It
Jj records sales and all transac-
J), tlons affecting cash or credit.
i'l It tells you who the soldier Is
j'l In your sales department and
V who errs In making change. It
Jj! makes no difference how small
ft tho business Is the sales can be
5j made larger by its use.
B FOR THE OFFICE.
tfi?vi,i',vV rr ri.'i
Canvis and Linen Oxfords
White, Green, Purple, Lavender, Alice Blue, Oyster Gray,
$3.50 Values to Close Them Out at $1.75.
Ladles' $2.50 white canvas, turn sale, white heels, at ONE
Ladles' fancy colored Hose, to match shade of Oxfords.
L. B. KERR
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THURSDAY and SATURDAY
SEPTEMBER 13 AND 15,
THE MYRTLE BOAT CLUB,
ASSI3TED BY LOCAL TALENT,
Will Present the Comic Opera
MUSIC, FUN AND FRIVOLITY.
OPERA HOUSE PRICES.
Seat sale opens at Wall, Nichols Co.
Monday, September 10, 190G.
Next Saturday Night
B:30 P. M. SHARP.
S. R. MclLVAIN
Philippine lilt. Champ, of Haw.
IS Rounds, Catchwelghts. ,
vs. KID SHARKEY
C Rounds, 140 Pounds.
AH SAM vs. YOUNG DAVID
Return Match at 125 Pounds.
Referee Billy Woode.
Announcer Jack MeFadden.
Prices: Ringside, 51.50; Reserved
Seats, $1; Gallery, 50c.
Tickets on sale at Fashion Clgai
Store, Hotel St.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of the day.
'Fir Rent" cards on sal at
thn Bulletin office.
& CO., Ltd.,
DE LIGHTED !
THAT'S WHAT CONSUMERS OF
Gordon's Dry Gin
ay after partaking of this
delicious production of
ths distiller's art. Truly,
this gin Is Perfection It
self. A trial will con
vince you of Its superiori
ty over all other brands
offered In this market.
Thos. F. IHcTihe & Co.
PHONE MAIN 140.
101 TO 105 8. KINO GT. '
; WANTS ,
! Por Want Column See Page Six
A hustler vnnts to handle uny lino of
I c.oo.Ih on couiiuhisloii ImhIh on terms
' Hi suit. "A II. 0" 3187 Iw
I Cool. inon(iillii proof iihiiii 783 Hero
Inula HI.; Tel llluo HI.'. I 318? tf
Tho lilal of tin; Ilalpiuano man
claiir.litt'r tuso before JiiiIko Do Holt
was unexpectedly lulcniiptctl today,
rwliiK lo I ho llliicr of Henry lloKan,
Ihu ilcffUilaut'ri counsel, IIiikuii, who
lor some tlmo past linn lion n Hick
in. til. wrote IIiIh liiuriiiliK to Juilrjo lie
Cult, xlatliiK that to his usual nutter
liiKS f out rliennuitlnni tho panes of
bowel trouble hail been ailik'il, ami
iiiiiler tho eln innslnmeH lie would not
lo aide :o appear In toiirt.
Clilnemi luterpreler Willie Craw
ford, who in Intimate with llonan,
liirlhcr vnllKlitrt-iul the Court liy Htat
liiK that Moduli "hail Kwollen" tn hov
Lral I linen IiIh tint lit ill nlzi.
Tim defendant at this point rose tn
tho oceaclon ami nuked that hu lie kIv
cii auollier ioilUiel In llio placo of lln
nail. JiiiIko ' Holt was at tlrnt not
Inclined to look wltli favor on this
I'lopoBlllon ot chauKliiK Iioik'h whllu
crosxliii; 11 Ktieniu, hut Attorney (kit
1 ral 1'i'tiTrt ami Deputy Attorney !en
eial 1'roHner pointed out thnt tho work
of the (unit iiiIkIiI Iki delayed (oimlil
.'lahly, hIiiiiiIiI IIiiku'h lllni'sn (ontlu
lie, mid tho JiiiIki consented.
Afer Koinn iIIkciihsIoii tho .IiiiIro de.
elded to appoint Clarence. 11. Olson
nml 1.. (. KelltiKK- Thu latter Is J
member of tho newly formed law llrm
of KliiKslitiry & KcIIokk. and IIiIm will
he liN first npiieaiance beforu tin) local
(iiurtK. Tho cane wan conllinu'd until
next .Monday, and the JuroiM excimed
U. B. Weather Bureau,
v September 11.
I Temointtire fi n, 111., 7S; 8 n. 111.,
I "S; in 11. m., S2; iio-m, s:i; morning
ILiiiuiieler, S n. m., no 02; abeoluln
humility, 8 11. in., T.b'Jl y.raliis per
cubic foil; relative .humidity, 8 u. in..
CO per cent; dew point, 8 a. in., Vg.
Wind n. 111., chKlly 8, direction
i:.; 8 a. m., velocity 6, direction V..;
10 a. 111., velocity 8, direction K.; noon,
velocity !l, dliectlou N. K.
Hulufnll dining 21 hours ended 8 a,
to., .22 Inch.
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended ul noon, 212 inllna.
WM. II. 8TOCKMAN,
Section Director, United Stated
The Metropolitan Meat Co. will
clube Its maikets ut noon tomorrow,
Only onniIellery will ho made In
llio morning. 3187-11
Not everyone wno pretends to do de
veloping should be Intrusted with
films that represent hard work In the
picture taking. You may have taken
Infinite pains to have good pictures
end you certainly want good results.
At'Xeast, you want what you have tak
en to be properly developed. Then
how can you expect to get careful and
Intelligent work unless the films are
taken to specialists.
We employ several expert film and
plate developers and have recently
added to the number so as to handle
our orders promptly.
You can depend on our work to be
Honolulu Photo Supply Co,,
I SHIPPING iNTEUMNCf.
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1-ust quailer ot the moon Bent. 10.
Times of these titles not Muted hi
Tluies of the tldo nro taken trout
thetUnltcd States Coast and Ueodetlc
Hawaiian standard tlmo Is 10 hours
3u minutes stonor than Greenwich
tlmo.bolnif that of the Derldlun of 167
degree 3d tulmitis. Tha tlmo tthlntlo
hlowb at 1:30 p. m., which Is tho same
us Ureenwlch, 0 hours 0 minutes. Hun
and uioon uru for local time for the
Krldny, Seiilcmbor 14.
Hliur. .Manna Im.i, HlmcrKoii, from
Hawaii and Kowi ihiiIs. 5:10 u. in.
Hlmr. NIII1.111, Tliompiuii, fiom Ka
uai ixirlH. 9: IS a. in.
I'rlilay, Sppteinbcr 14.
U. B. A. T. Thomas. I.ynnin, tor
Cluain and .Manila, 10 a. in.
I lua, G p. in.
Thompson, for Kohn-
I'rr stmr. Manna I.0.1, Kltucrsnn,
from Hawaii potts. Sept. H. f.: 10 a. 111.
Kroni Knu: Mr I', lladalcy, Wm.
Thoinpson, .Mlsn M. Korpst, Mlfn M,
.Mclutyie, l Aliratus, Dr. J. II. John
sou, V, I,. Whitney. Krom Kona orls:
It. It. ltehlford, .lohn Ciilleu, K. Cas
par. Mrs. C, Wolters. Miss 1). Woltcrs,
Mlsn K. Hutjiucll. (t. 1. Mendonca, J.
It. Purls, W. J. Paris. W. -Muller. II. II.
1, i 11 i.T;,!,;;, i'i'l ' Act .IS of tho Session I.nws
(I. I. Alaydwill, J. A. Mnuulre, Miss I.. ..,. ,, , . , , ,.,
Jnrrctt. N. ttnlrhl. W. A. Vlerrn. Mrs. f ,!,t)-. n camllilate shall ho n citizen
St. U. Allen, Mrs. I.. McWuync. Clmrlie Inr the llnllcd HtntcK of Aiueilen, ami
McWnyne, CLirenco McWuyiu, Knlu of tho Territory or Hawaii: ho Mhall
inciiu McVn)iM. MIkh Jui-Kor. Miss iav ,,prn ,,, mlllnci, c,l(.d(lr ,)f
Jni'Kcr, Miss Nnkanlshl, Chits, (lunii, , , ,, , . ., . ,
Mis. V. Manilla.. Kioin Maul ports: i"1'1 Territory nml of llio county In
.las. Alo. Sam Alo, II. P. Ilaldwln, Miss which ho shall lie elected for nt least
U. M. Ilaldwln, II. A, Ilaldwln, Hhitcrlr.no year next prior to Ids election; In
Kllzaheth. Hiss M. Joseiih. Miss It. addition thereto all inombcrH of tho
Kcai MIsa'H. Kiileuo,' W. WllllamKon.l , . , . ,, .,
Hov. I. I). Aea, (loo. W. Cnrr uud njl11"1""'1 of Stiiervlsors shall contlnuo
deck passcnfierM. j to rcsldo within tho district from
1 ssi si I'Ahlih thoy may he elected during tho
1111.. iin-,.u u... n 1- 11 11.. 1.1 iicilod of their Inriimhencr: and in
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win, who has been ctiKuneil for several
nionlhs surveying illshop Kslute prop
illy In Knu, came down lo llllo
Thursday in company with n sou of
r. H. Doilyo, superintendent of tho
Illshop Kslntc, who has been with him
Mirveylng anil who returned to Mono-
lulu to school by the Klnuii Friday.
Mr. Ilaldwln returned to Knu Sunday.
This reKlon In which ho Is working
has never been surveyed or properly
described, and Mr. Ilaldwln says his
survey will change the maps of that
section. Tho lava Hows aro not cor
icclly represented on the maps; p.ill
or height and extent not heretofore
known havo been discovered, and
earthquake tracks huvo been t rated
and mapped. These cracks nio paral
lel to each other, extending from lvl-
luue.i o thn sea. That of the 18U8
earthquake, the largest. Is fifty feet
wide. The region Is full uf these crev
ices, making It dlOlcult and dangerous
tinvollng lor horses. One of his men
hut a liorso whoso leg was broken by
Hcpplng Into a small crevice, anfl llio
horse of another hacked Into a wider
hut not deep erovlce, fortunately, with
out injury tu Itself or rider. The pull
extends for twenty or thirty miles and
In this region are ICIKI feet In height
In places. They aio supposed to he
tremendous geologic faults, and over
Iheiii Inter lavu Hows havo poured,
.Mr. Ilaldwln chuinttirhes It us tho
toughest country he was ever In,
which Is saying a good deal. The rt-
glon Is devoid of water, which, of
tourse, has to ho carried from a dis
tance, uud It wan found that horses
were not equal lo the work, making
use of mutes necessary. Horseshoe
ing outfits -nro carried along every
wheio and dully shoeing was necessa
ly, the cowboy help being very expert
nt IIiIh job. A number of Klpukus, or
patches of good laud ,wero found
amongst the lava Hows, one ficverul
hundred acres In extent. A few
weeks 111010 will ho required to com
plete the survey of this locality, when
lie. will move camp to the uplands 011
Manna l.ou, where the country Is
much less tough, and wheio several
mouths of surveying work remain lo
he done. Tribune.
Wash goods Unthlng suits. ,
Tlmo Is money when It is spent at
It Is only the wealthy that enn af
ford lo kill time out of season.
Don't howl about ' your neighbor's
tlog while you have n phonogiapli
Hills "now did you break tho newsi
of Jones' accident to the poor Utile
widow'" Wll'""' lilctuted tho Joy
sho would have upending the Insur
Iloyce "Hooks aro different from
that friend of mine." Joyco "Put me
wise" Hoyce "When n book linriu
you, you can shut It up without giving
Drawing room An nt list's btudlo.
Have arrived and arc now on display; also a limited
Long Silk Gloves, Double Tipped
Whitney & Marsh
NOTICE TO CANDIDATES FOR
ELECTION TO COUNTY OF
FICES. Notice Is hcrolivRlv'n that, whoru
as It Is required by law that can. II
dales for rice: Ion to county unices, on
tho Island of Unhii, shall deposit I heir
nominations with the County Clerk of
tho County ol O.1I111, T. II., not less
than 20 days hefoio tho day of elec
tion. It shall hu necessary that such
nominations he filed In this oftlco not
Inter than twelve o'clock iuldnli;ht ot
Tiiur.ilny, October 1C, 1000.
In order to ho oIIkIuIo to fill uny
clectlvo otlleo crealed by llio provl
.. - .
addition lo the forcKolnR (iinllflcn-
Ions, any perton who shall ho elected
County Attorney must be a duly II
reused attorney admitted to practice
, In tho Supremo Court of tho Territory
ltd Hawaii and he must further havo
Llced law In tho county. In which
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I1"' Hlin" ,'" " rn'1 l,ln,' f,,r nt lea8t
Within tho County of Oahu seven
members of the Hoard of Supervisors
ere tn ho elected, as follows:
Tin en from the District of Hono
lulu; O110 from llio District of Kwn;
One fiom the Districts of Walnnnn
One from tha Districts of Koolauloa
mid Koolaupoko; and
One nt large.
Oilier olllccrg to ho elected for the
County of Oahu, by the duly qualUted
electors of said, country, nro:
A Shcilff who shall ho exofllclo
Coroner, a County Cleik who shall ha
x-olllclo Clerk of tho Hoard of Super-
1 Vsom. an Auditor, a County Attorney,
I Within ench and every 0110 of tho
'districts of Honolulu, Kwn, Wulanae,
tWalalun. Koolauloa. and Koolnmioko.
In the County of Oahu, there shall also
l.o elected by tho qualified electors
thereof rni Deputy Sheriff.
Knch nomination must he accompa
nied by n deposit of Twenty-Five
($25,00. DollarH and be signed by not
It ss than twenty-live duly qualified
electors or the Representative District
in which the election Is ordered, nml
in which tho nominee Is requested to
l-u a candidate.
Should any candblato deslrn that his
name bo printed on the ballot In tho
Hawaiian as well us (n llio Kngllsh
language, ha must make a special re
quest to thnt effect at the tlmo of til
ing his nomination paper.
I). KAI.AIJOICAI.ANl Jit..
County Clerk, County of Oahu.
Honolulu, Sept, 7, 190C.
Per stmr. Claudlne, Parker, for Ha
waii ports, Sept, U, C p. m. Mrs. C. D.
l..'.!Mu, Miss Cameron, (I. W. William,
It. C. Seurle. Mrs. Searle, Itov. 0. H.
Oullck. J. W. Miickenzio, W, T. ltohlu-
8011, D. Conway, Mrs. K. Kenuu, A.
Shim, Mrs. A. Nicholas, I-
Sylt ester, Clins. Copp,
nianlt books of all sorts, ledgers
etc., manufactured by the Ilullotln Feb.
MEAL TICKETS $4.5021 MEALS.
COR. HOTEL AND ALAKEA STS.
OMAIA, KANSAS CITY,
CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS
And All Principal EasUrn Point.
Bo aura your ticket reada via tt
For full Information call on
8. F. BOOTH, Q. A.,
parry Building, San Francisco, Cal.
For Ovar 60 Years
nan nrcn hshi inr inter HIAXV
VKAKH DV MILLIONS OC MnthTU
1NO. with perfect Buc-crsK. IT
i CHILD, BOP
I COLIC, and
th OUHft. A
CURBS WIND COLD
by DrugKUts la every part of tho
world, llo sure anil aik for Urn.
Window's flooUilnziiyrupatid Ut-o
no other kind. 3S vests a Vottle.
We have some very good
for Garden Purposes
Price $3 per load
Lord & iefser
P. O. BOX 192. PHONE MAIN 103.
Do your clothes need look
ing after? If so, leavo them
HOTEL NEAR FORT.
HAD ANOTHER GUESS COMIN&
Count iickcm I tlum; you were
rut out for a lawyer.
Patient Well, if you lecp on I'll
ook as if I were ait out for a Ham
HOUSE AND LOT, MAKIKI.
Sultnblo for high-grado hoarding
Wants tho right iieisoul Are you ths
LOT ON WILDER AVENUE.
Will pay 10 ir cent, clear on In
vestment for lfi years to come; bare
I'm only handling choice, cheap
Mi.-ips In land.
Four lots only, but they are right
as to price, location, view, etc.
A FRE8H SUPPLY OF
FRENCH MIXED CANDIES.
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Fott 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
yours Is not well painted and In first
class repair It Is driving business
away from your establishment.
It's Just the opposite when you hava
us put It In first-class condition.
427 QUEEN ST. TEL. MAIN 47.
P. O. BOX 193.
C. W. ZEIQLEH Manager
J. M. Davis
8EWINQ MACHINE REPAIRER.
12S8 FORT ST. near BERBTANIA.
Sewing machines for aala.
A machine cleaned and put In Or
. S. H.WEBB
GUN AND LOCKSMITH
GENERAL REPAIR SHOP.
Safes Opened, Typewriters, Cash Reg
isters and Sewing Machines, Lawn 1
Mowera cleaned, ad lusted and repaired J
REMOVED TO UNION 8TREET.
kept on file at E.
1 TI8INQ A'GENCY.
124 Sansome St., San Francisco, Cal.,
where contracts for advertising can
i be made for It