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Quick Selling Prices
Thursday, Friday, Saturday
SILKOLINES, 36 Inches wide, In a large variety of effect
' Ive designs: ,
Regularly sold for i , 15c yard
SPECIAL 2 YARDS FOR 25b
GOLDEN DRAPERIES, 27 Inches wide, In a wealth of pret
Regular 15c yd. quality
8PECIAL 2 YARDS 25
Flguresd, 36 In, wide:
Regular price 35c yd.
,8PECIAL " 20b YARD
Regular price '. .' 25c yd.
SPECIAL '. 20b YARD
BURLAPS, assorted colors, full yard wide:
Regular 20c quality
Extra. Specials In Belts
PLAIN WA8H BELTS:
Regular 15c 20c 30c and GOc
SPECIAL 225 15b 20b and 10b
EMBROIDERED WA8H BELTS:
Regular 20c 25c 35c and 40c
SPECIAL 15b 20b 25b and 30b
MERCERIZED FIGURED BELT8:
Regular 30c 35c 40c 60c
special 20b 25b 30b 50b
STORE OPEN UNTIL 9 P. M .ON 8ATURDAY.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co Ltd,,
Cor. Port and Beretanla
Veal Loaf Sliced Dried Beef
Corned Beef Hash
Vienna Sausage Boneless Chicken
are some ol
Libby's (? Food Products
Ask your grocer for tbem
pur booklet. "Oood Thin,! 10 Bt." milted fre. Send
Ave a cent stamps for Libtiy lllg AlUt of tho World
Llbby, McNeill A Llbby
T. H. DAVIES & COMPANY, Limited,
To Builders, Contractors and Others
Clearing Out Sale of
DOORS and SASH
AT COST for cash
. ' C. B. REYNOLDS,
'757 ALAKCA STREET NEXT SAIL ORS' HOME. t i
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WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
Wc pack,haul and thlp yout
jfoodt and ve you mbneyt' T 1 i1'
Dealeti W -STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
So4t: !u Brick Watehoutc,
126 king St.11 Phone Main 53
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4 Hoad Supervisor' Johnson start 4"
f ed work on the new horso-phoo 4
f rornl of I'aiioi Vnllcy this morn
f Ing. Ten men make up tho first
f crew set to work. Frank Lewis
f says that tho bugor portion of
tho men nro Democrats. 4-
4- On being questioned Lewis Bays t
4- that thoso men, at least some, of 4-4-
them, are delegates to tho Demo- 4
4- erntlc convention, nlthough they 4
,4- registered ns Ilcpubllcans and 4
4- toted In tho Hcpiibllcnn prim- 4
4 arlcs. -f
4 John Mann Is thn luna on the
f .Joli and tawls says he knows tho 4
-t jiollllcs of llio men under him. 4
4- C. W, Uooth rajs tho Demo-r
4- cratic jam Is nil both. 4
4 4-4-t4-4-4-4-4-4 4-;4 4-4-4-4t
When the California editors tako the
steamer for the return ojago, It is
probnblo that fotno of them mny have
to havo their brtggugo labeled "(llatw,
handle with care," Judging from tht
number of glasses of Jelly, marmalade
and shcrhcrt they brought liatk with
them jcstcnlay from their trip to the
plncapplo flcldn of Wahlana. An they
prepared for their return from that
plare, each member of tho party was
given three Jure of these an ecu to take
hack with thorn.
The editors went out to Wahlavra at
1 o'clock )cstcrday on Invitation of
the 0. It. & L. Co. to view tho pineap
ple fields, and tho trip proved to be
utio of thn moit Interesting excursions
that they hato taken sluco they camo
When tho party reached Wahlana
n largo number of rigs wero awaiting
them, and they wero taken all over the
largo plncnpplo fields and shown ev
erything of Interest. As they drove
along they wero loaded down with the
finest ot tho pines. Afterward, after
n photograph had been taken In one
of tho fields, tho party was driven back
to the cannery of Mr. W. U. Thomas
and shown through.
Although tho cannery was not lu
operation, enough could bo soon to glvo
tho visitors n cry fair Idea of how
tho plncapplcH aro handled and of how
dean tho process Is. They expressed
much Interest Id the special macula
On leaving tho cannery they went to
tho storo, whero they wero refreshed
with plncuppli and elder. Dcforo leav
ing for tho train which was to bring
them baik to tho city, each ono ot the
purly was decorated with a let of Job's
tears by tho ladles of tho colony,
besides being glon all tho pineapples
ho could carry.
PORTO RIUIJ 18
Peter H.irch, a 1'orto Hlcan of Jwl
lei, last night became, filled with en
thusiasm and a desire to sinrll human
guic. Ho boasted that liu was going
to do up n liutilc, ntiil ho made lib
thru.it good by drawing his knife
across the face ot Mll.o Salpop, a tail
or from the Itnsccrnns, making a nasty
clash from tho tompln to tho chin
and donn onto tho breast. The
tluont was also slightly cut. Salpop
wail sewed up at tho Queen's hospll.il
whither ho was Bent by mounted I'ollt
Officer Lane. Ills wound, while nn
ugly looking one, was not particularly
danguious nml will not bother hint
I -a no nrristnl llarcb and Ills com
panion Senon Tarry and landed them
In tlio local ' cooler, but n(it without
considerable trouble, A crowd of
bailors, learning what had happened
to their comrade, gathered about tho
officer and bis prisoners and uttered
loud threats of Ijnchlug tho latter. The
officer had to light them oft in order to
protect his nrUoncrs from Injury, but
bo succocded In getting tho Porto nib-
hhs to the Jail, whero they wero locker)
P. E. R. Stra;uch
$3000. On account of dopnrturo for
sUhlrago, I offer for salo tho beautl
rul ruRlduico pf Mr. Chuck Hoy at
Knraebamolia IV. Itoad at HALF
COST. Tills 11-room building Is
modern Unbilled throughout, with
lartji upaclotis verandahs. Kino
Lawns. Haro ornamental and fruit
trocs and u constant, cool brecxo
mako thin jlacn a most attractive,
dcslrahlo and hcullhy residence.
Servant lioubes, wash liouso, largo
Htubles and chicken runs. Lot Is
170x210. Only ono block from cor.
Small Cottage on Vineyard Si. near
Cunha Lane. Walking distance for
school and business. First cornea
And other bargains.
IWAITY BLDQ 74 6. KINO. 6TREET.
iKMomLP.r. h, Wednesday,
Tho Board of Superlsors held a ren
ular meeting last night, present being
Supervisors Bmltli, Lucas, Cox, MoorV,
Archer, Pnclo and Dwlghtj Clerk Kn
Lyiokalnnl. Bugene llurfandeau, Sto
nogrnptver Ala. County Engineer Ocre,
Sam Johnson Rnd reporters.
Tho following pa) -roll demands were
I'ark keepers, $5.7C.
Hoad ricpartment, J17S.40.
Koolntlloa Itoad District No. 2,
Koolautoa ltoul District No. 2,
Onrbngo Dupattment, $010.85.
Road Department, $31iri02.
Koolntipoko Hoad District, $172 80.
Tho upcclal police committee rc
portcil through Dwlght, nslilng for
further time, which was granted,
Lucas said ho would not recommend
tho purchnso of sprinkling carts. The
prico was too high nnd tho need did
not justify tho payment thereof. Tho
toncrcto bridge at Walklkl had been
A letter was retd from II. A. Wlldor.
stating that nineteen certificates for
autos bnd been Issued during thn pnst
two months. Ho called attention to
tho act that many unlicensed char
fcurs were abroad, In direct violation
of tho ordinance.
Lucas said tho Hhcrlft chould bo told
to pull these people up. The matter
was referred to tho police committee.
Tho Grand Rapids Public Library
wrote, offering to exchangn the munic
ipal documents ot that city for those
of Honolulu. Chairman Smith In
structed tho Clerk to nuscr, stating
that there was no municipality here.
Lucas suggested-sending a copy of the
County Act in Hawaiian.
Tho Hawaiian Pineapple Co. wrote
that It would Install a fire alarm box
at Its factory In Iwilcl, which the
Hoard had promised to hato connect
Lucas moved that tho communica
tion from tho O. R. ft I Co. regarding
n land exchango nt Pearl City bo re
ferred to tho Superintendent ot Public
Moore asked whaf prices cro being
charged for tbo teams used on tho
Country Club road, Lucas said the
prlco charged was a littlo abovo tho
actual cost, tho surplus being to pay
for tho wear and tear. Mooro sntd rcg
ular contractors' prices should bn
charged. Otherwise tho County would
compete with private contractors. Ono
of these had already kicked
Well, ho would kick If ho vent to
heaven," said Lucas.
Ho wont on to say that tbo road was
a public benefit. Tho road would ben
efit tho County aa well as tho club.
l'arkkccper Kailclual asked that tho
Hoard Instruct tho public not to cuter
tho Aula I'ark bankstand.
Mooro said one, could not expect to
keep people nut, when Kalllmal used
tho stand us a grand stand for base
ball games. Smith stated he had becti
allowed by tho Hoard to placo chnlrs
thrro and rent them. It nas decided
to post notices forbidding the uso ol
the bandstand without permission.
I.ticna said be had made arrange
ments with the owners ot the nuw
baths on Hotel street whereby they
would put In tho waste pipe from their
tank If tho County would furnish tue
plpo. Lucas said It would bo a Rood
proposition for the County as the pipy
could be used ac a storm drain, which
was badly needed.
Mooro called attention to tho bid
stato of the unfinished part of Uero
lanla street. Lucas said the road com
mitter) would look after tbo work, If
the Hoard would furnish tho money,
"I thought you Intended tn tako the
money from the police appropriation
and apfily It to the roads," said Smith.
"Go ahead; I'm willing," raid I.m.is.
At 8:45 the meeting adjourned, the
next meeting being set for September
Tho noxt regular meeting of tho
Farmers' InstlTuto of llatval! will !
hold nt tho Library of tho Tcrrltorl.il
Uoanl of Agriculture and I'orrstry on
King Ktrcct, Honolulu, Saturday, Sep
tember 29. nt 7:30 n. 111.
This Is the last inocttrig of tho yenf
and l to ba mado an Important rx eli
sion In tho Interest of Hawaii's agri
cultural tho fascinating subject pf Ha
waiian fruts and tho possibilities of
tropical frult-culturo, In the,Ho Islands
lcvto, but prosiiiitcil by ablq vpenkern
and cannot, fail to arouio Inlcrcet In
tills neglected, but very Important It
Tlio program will bo as follows:
"Fruit Culture us un Industry In Ha
waii," President Jarrd O. Smith.
"Hawullau rritlts." Ur. William T
"Tropica) Fiults as Food," Dr. Kd
nitiiid C, Shorey. 9,
'Htoitliulttiral Insect Knctnlcs," (llx-
Llbltlou ofgpeUmcus), Mr. 1). U Vail
A cordial Invitation Is extended to
all who arc Intcrostcd.
(Signed) F. 0. KRAUSS,
Evening Bulletin 75 Pr month.
sept. . iooc
A TWLYJBEAL WIFE
HER HUtlAND'S BEST HELPER
Vlvoroua 1th Is thOrt Source of
Power to Inspire end Encourece
AU Women Should Seek It.
Ono of tho modt noted, succcMful and
richest men ot thin century. In a recent
article, has said, " Whatever I nni nnd
whatever succrns I have, attained In
thW world I own nil to my wife From
the day I first knew her alio hai been
in Inspiration, and the greatest hslp
tnato of my life."
To bo sneh a successful Ttife,-to re
tain tho lovn and admiration, of her
husband, to lnnplr him to mako the
most of hlratclf, should be s woman's
If a woman finds that her energies
arc flagging, that sho pet easily tired,
dark shadows appear under her-cyrs,
sho has backache, headaches, hearing
down pains, nervousness. Irregularities
or tho blues, sho should start nt once
to build up her system by n tonlo with
specific powers, such ns Lydia K. Pink-
ham's Vegetable Compound,
Following wo publlili
letter from a young; wife
Doar Mrs. nnkliam:
" Kver tiam my child was Ijorn I hare suf
fered, as I hope fw womonernr bnvo.wltli tn
flammAtioti. rrnnslft WMknm. liMrinff-doivn
pln", hockarho and vrrMchM haiUrhi. It
aftVrted nw ttnmach no I eonlil not enloy my
menu, nnd ball my tlimt wan -.font in ti"l.
l.ydis t: I'lnmmn vreruuio Lrnnpounn
mailo m a wll woman, and I feci so grateful
tbat I am glsd to write sn.t tell you of my
marrlous rworfry. It lirouaht me hmltli,
iH-wllfoiiml vlulfty.1" Mr. Ble Alruley,
ett Routh 10th Htrrct. Tummi. Wsh.
What Lvdla E. Plnkham;s Veifctsblo
Compound did for Mrs. lilnslcy It will
do for every sick nnd ailing1 woman.
If you have symptoms you don't un
derstand write to Mrs. PInkliam,
daughtcr-tn-lavr ot Lydla K. PInkliam.
at Lynn, Mas, uer advice is tree ana
Bishop Trust So.,
Fort Street 25.00 pr
Cottage on Artesian Street 110.00
Cottage on Young Street I6V0O per
Dwelling house, Pensaeola V Wll
der Ave, Large lot, stables and chick
en run. 125.00 per month.
a 1-4 aeree adjoining baseball
grounds rental $35 00 per month;
could be Increased.
7 acres Paakea (out Beretanla
Street), house, cottage, stables, fish
pond, etc. Owner leaving Honolulu.
Will accept any reasonable offer.
Lots in Kalmukl, cleared $300X0
I An Economist
it . A National Cash Register Is
if an economist and a provider. It
9j records tales and all transac
ts tlona affecting cash or credit
it It tells veu who the soldier la
In your safes department and
;) who errs In making change. It
makes no difference how small
the business It the tales can bt
rriade larger by its use.
FOR THE OFFICE.
Orders For Stock,
W. E. BELLI N A leaves for
the Coast within 10 days, and
those wishing stock of any
kind will do well to call at the
CLUB 8TADLC8 FORT ST.
TEL. MAIN 103.
W.W. Wright Co.
have opened a horseshoe
ing department In connec
tion with their carriage
strep, etc Having secur
ed the services of a first
class sheer they are pre
pared to do all work In
trusted to them In a first
class manner. :s :: :: it
Thn Weekly Edition o( tbo Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary ot
the news ot the day. For SI a year.
Metropolitan Meat Co, Ltd.
A BIG NEW STOCK
Just Arrived by Alameda
Finest Line Ever Shown
Coyne Furniture Co.
Hotel and Union Streets.
Come and Play j
Tho Angelim l
Its mechanism la so simple
that a child can play It, while
at the same time there Is
hardly any limit to the degree
of proficiency a skillful per
former can attain In the mas. u
tery of expression
There Is nothing musically i;
h.unnit 11m ra,li 1.1
Pay for It, If you wish, by J;
the month. ri
Come and try It at j
Hawaiian llsws Co,, Ltd J
ALCX. YOUNG BUILDING
REAL ESTATEFOH SALE,
5 Building lota in Manoa Valley, 1 2
ere each, $1000 a left.
Beautiful site, bracing air, magnifi
Albert F. Afong,
Tettphene Main 407. P. O. Box 795.
832 FORT ST.
STOCK AND BOND BROKER.
MEMBER HONOLULU STOCK AND
117 MERCHANT STREET.
LpTS FOR SALE
KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION
and Other Desirable Localities.
HOMES FOR SALE
ON'WILDER and QULICK AVE8,
No Reasonable Offer Refused.
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
DEALERS IN IMPORTED GENERAL
UNIQUE ARTICLES OF ALL KINDS.
941 NUUANU STREBV.
Tel. Main if. P, O. Boa MS.
THE METRO0TYLC PIANOLA
plays the latent tong-hlts and dance
tunes, as well as selections from Its
exhaustltss classical repertory. Sold
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.
ODD FELLOWS BLDO.
Is kept on file at E,
C. DAKE'S ADVER
1 T I 8 I N G AGENCY.
124 Sansome St., San Francisco, Cat.,
where contracts for advertising can
be made far It,
When you buy an uncovered ham
you pay only for the meat. It's the
tame with bacon. We feel that our
home smoked goods " ,hee ,lnc8 re
qulro no endorsement as to quality;
the faet that we smoke them is tufll-
MAIN 41 M
OUR FUNERAL RATES for the poor,
and middle classes are as follows:
$8.50, $12 50, $1500, $18.C0; Middle
Class, $25 00, $35.00, $40.00, and up
ware! to suit
We can be found at all hours of the
day at our offiea and by Phone Malri
179 and all hours of nlal-.t by Phon
1120 FORT ST4
than the other
because it is
better made and
Your grocer de
livers a case for
Works Co , Ltd.
F. L. WALDRON, Agsr.t.
PHONE MAIN 285.
By Young Japanese eehool
girl. Wages no objeot.
By Young 'Japanese school
Japanese Hotels Union
KINO and MAUNAKEA.
o OF o
STEW PANS and GA.tDEN HOQC
FISHNETS. TWINE AMD BRONZt!
WIRE CLOTH AT
A. FERNANDEZ & SOK,
'Not. 4440 King St, KaUey flock, bet
Nuuanu and Smith Bt.; Tal. Main 19.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
663 S. BCRETANIA ST.
TELEPHONE BLUC 881.
Do your clothea need look
ing afterT If so, leave them
HOTEL NEAR FORT.
CONTRACTOR and BUILIER
PAINTING, PAPER HANGINQ ANB
133S Nuuanu 8L, below Honolulu Hotel
AND OTHER PIANOS.
166 AND 158 HOTEL STREET,
Opposite Young Hotel.
-rs -t-i a s-
S lik W1VJMV , ,
, JJCM OW OIUOKC i ,
I HAY8ELDEN TOBACCO CO., ' '
OF FINE JEWELRY
NOW ON DISPLAY.
Gold Mounted Backcombs
IX R. Vieira&Co.
118 HOTEL STREET nr, FORT ST.
Tbo Weekly Edition of tho Evening
Bulletin (Ires a complete summary ot
Ue ntwa ot the day. For SI a year.
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