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The Little Ads with-the Big Results
Woo Pnjjo 8, NEW TO-DAY, for New AU.
bull, clean rags for wiping dcllcalo
ninclilncry, at llnllctlu ulllcc. Ap
plv Cashier's desk. 3378-tf
lly Kngllsh graduate nuro to lake care
of liunlld ur children; would travel.
Addteas" A. 0. V.. 9., Ihllletln.'
A hustler wauls to hnmllo any lino of
goods on commission basis on terms
to suit. "A. B. C." 31b7-lw
niia corner lot In Mnf.lkl. Curbing,
water, trult aul ornamental trcea
and nil Improvements. Two mln
utcs' walk from cara and Punabon
College. Addresa IL l, thli offlco.
Tho old-established "Popular House";
45 furnished rooms, llcnt $30. per
month with 17 cars' lease to run.
Call at 1219 Tort ntrcot. 3130 tf
Tho Rrc.lt Kahtiku Ilnnch, containing
1S4.000 ncres, with everything ex
cept my trip tacit. Apply Col 8.
Squabs In any quantity. KatmuU
Hoighls Zoo. 3172tf
S3f-"For Rent" cards on salt at
the Bulletin office.
For a nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion Rhop, 1111 l'ort SL
Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
Alt ordcrH should bn left nt tbo Ha.
wnllnn Xewo Co., Young bldE. Phone
231 or Cottage No. 1. llnalelca l.a,Mi.
For house-help, phone White 2201, Ma
IdM. General .Employment Otflcn,
cor. Pcnsacola and llcretanlo.
m BLLLm BaMaHLHbMHLM!ij
Thr&& Happy fi$$$aB
MRS. C. SEAMANX, of Grctly, I.Vj.j 1 m In lul health nml muVn-d
great pain at tho monthly periods. After min? Wine cf Cardui 1 w m (rruatly
isUerwl and two months ajo gars birth to a Cue boy baby.
MRS. TOM MURRAY, of Rochrport. Mo.: Two years a;ro I rtvnt about
n j 1 w'ntcr, '" bc(1, 'n rebruary I enmmence.1 to ti!o our V.'inO (.f
Cardui. I was better at onco rod in a month wai lilru a Uiltcrpnt u rain.
My baby was lrorn on Easter mornini? and my health has been nood ever since.
Every expectant mother should uso this excellent medicine.
vim J' 0i '5III)J'DYi of Monterey, La.: Year lxfore lat I paid 650.00 doctor
bills for my w-ifo. After that my wife ued ono bottlo of Wine of Cardui and
nine months after she gavo birth to a thirteen pound toy baby and I lutea't
paid any doctor bill since.
Wlnt) of Cardui la yours to take today.
You can eooure a $l.OO bottlo from your druggist.
Cool rooms, hot and cold water, cloc-1
trie light, wiower and bath, at The
Majestic, Sachs block. 21CCtT
Cottage and hourekecplng rooms, fur
nished, at Cottage Clroe. Inquire
No. $. 34S3 tt
Cottages In Chrlstly Lane. Apply
Wens Kwnl, Smith St, raauka Hotel.
2 furnished front rooms at 1223 Tm
ma St.; rent reaaonablo . 3401-tf.
Cool, mosquito proof room. "83 Here
Inula St.; Tel. llluo 2451. 3187-tf
Newly furnished mosquito proof rooms.'
at 84 vineyard St. 2728-11
J Lady's sold watch, monogram M. C. A-
on Kallhl road. Hcwnvl ct this or
W. T. RAWLIN3, ATTORNEY AND
COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, 6U2 STAN
A. J. DERBY, D. D. 8,
BOSTON BUILDING, THIRD FLOOR.
800 Htstlnps for repairs of Locks,
Key., lluric Iioxtn, Snnrpomnii 0!
Klna Cutlery. HeJr Union GrMl.
MONEY TO LEND.
On Jewelry and merchandise The
Carlo Pawn Co.. N'uuami nr. King.
Umbrellas re-covered and brass pol
ished. TuKatn, 1231 Kort St.
Fini Jo) Prlntlno at the Bulletin.
E i ll... -
k F71 wU Bj I
Menstrual disorders, lc-jcorrhoca, bear
ing down paln3, rsp this vitality out of
womanhood. Wine c Cardui ma!:cs
motherhood possible because it cures
these troubles not simply temporarily
relieving the pain, but driving out thiic
Wine of Caxdui fits a woman 'for every
duty of life.
nr1. VaojjJ2 ., o main-. letfirv'iDuLciK itW fiivvSo) facgP)X
JP VIKMj-y AtO TOaa TQ CflUKG zST. In RICK I niOPo&C I r-x "p!. Vy .-VtvllA
.D iiwwf.AiiDviiii.ji, Jffii M-ovAiMrEb ;wfE rT,Sr-r L(3m&
Books, Bookish People and Things
We get no gcod by bring ungenerous even to book,
, E. B. Browning,
)!!! if1 it n x It 11 it 11 )
Jf AN ANTI-CHILD LABOR NUM-
V. BEH CHILDLABOR n
' by Jack London. x
it v if v n 11 it y n v x.
And a Paper by Mr. Lindsay. Sccre. j
tary of the National Committee.
The September Issue of "The Wo
mnn'H Hume Companion" Is ghen tip
largely to the subject of child lhbnr.
It cntcrf earnestly and fearlessly Into
tho Just crusiilo which must end bo
fore long In tho emancipation of thu
thousands who arc now being ruined
plrjfllcaily ami morally for adequate
mnnhood and uomnnhcod; whosd
present liei are being denied the
'hlngs v. hirli belong to normal child
hood, and to all children by ecry ''Id not insist mat any en hi snouiu
light. l' sent to this special school, but they
Samuel M. Lindsay, Secretary of tho 'milfjly uesan work villi a few pupils.
Naiinnnl Child Itbor CommltUo, of Shortly these children protctl so much
which Mr. Uooseelt la president, Ore linpplcr In the room set apart for
er Cleveland, Pre. Eliot. Secretary ,''"" where they tieio 1 not bullied by
Taft, and many others associates, asks lin bright, tiormnl children, nnd ben
"Why a National Ciurado Against tinted 10 noticeably by the Individual
Child Ijibor?" answering tho question.. attention glcn llivm, that nil preju
cbulnelngly. I dice ncalnst the school vanished; and
Ann-lixi- nmitrll.iiMxn Milllln.l "In liarctlts JlfO HOW gladlj BCIldlllg tllCH)
tho Shadow of tho Coal-Ureaker" Is by imcn chlMren ns lnll far below the Ill
Mr. Lovejoy, Mr. Lindsay's assistant lellcctual average, whoso presence n
Tin in uro many Illustration, porno
nn pp. 12 nnd 13 of children who hne
been rescued by tho "Anti-Child Slav
Any one who wishes to Join this
league nnd Identify theniHelves with
the work, In Influence nnd sympathy If
In no other way, will find conditions,
of membership, &c, on page 14 under
"A LI'tle Talk About thu Autl Child
Homer Jacnport l:ai a double' enr-"
toon In this number "An Industrial
Success: Tho roundatloii; The Suc
cess" which tells Its own story graph
"It anybody Is so short-sighted no
to think that this movement can lie
fitdpped or set back from nccompllsh
Ing whnt'lt ban been put In motion to
do, they will eoou discover their mis
take. Nothing can icprtsa thin tre
mendous force of human Indignation.
Thero Is no obstacle It will nut sur
mount; no opposition It will not over
come, and It will bo satisfied with on
ly ono remit tho absolute freedom of
our bojs end girls from unrighteous
and Injurious forms of Inbor. Practi
cally all men hno tho rlphtu they aro
entitled to, and practically all women
have also. Now tho children's turn
has come, nml no corporation Is rich
enough or powerful enough today to
i.et it aside."
h k t n. n UH.HSiijtii
MAXWELL'S KOMt-MAKER )l
)X II )f if x if H It . tj. ;t t t if t )t ,
No one in our own country or else
where, for hat matter, has done moro
for thuuo who want and need homcB
out In the country' then Mr. Ccorge
II. Maxwell of Chicago.
Ills "Homcmaker Magazlno," pub
lished monthly at the low price of 10
cents n )car or 1 cent n copy, Is In nil
respects tho paper for tho fnim-hnme,
or any homo whcio lore Is.- It 1b
clean In appearance and reality, con
tains contilbiitlons, edltoilals and c.v
linUu of pinctlcnl taluo mid luteicst,
and It Is well Illustrated.
It should bo well pntmnlzed by ad
vertisers, for It goes Into places whcio
It will bo carcrully read, and where Ita
adcrtluomen'M will bo accepted at
their face value.
Koine of thu titles In Hie July num
"Planting a Oaidcii In July."
"Products or Sunny Hnmcuort:
Vegetublei, Henley, Eggs, Chick
ens and Honey." "
"Sympathy with Plants."
"Homes and Itomemakcrit."
"Look lor Happiness."
"Health from Nclme,"
"Jlulldlng the Hoiiic."
Max w-ol I'll Homcmaker Magazine.
1403 Fisher building, Chicago; 10c n
H Jt, it V H )C X t H M X X X )f X )f
BACKWARD CHILDREN V
i HELPED X
)f By a Successful School Conduct- V
ed Especially to Meet Their "
f- Peculiar Needs. X
.K r K X X X V
Ono of the most Interesting Instltu
tlonn In Springfield, the "City of Spe
cial Schools," described by Marlon
Melius In the September Ever) body's,
In thus pictured:
"When It was first announced that
n school wan to be Rtarted for pecullnr
or feeble-minded children, thcro was
n storm of protest. It was hailed ns
n 'diltiro school,' nnd parents declared
Indignantly that It would bo n crying
fliainc to cend a boy or a girl to such
a placo. Tho educational authorities
,. - . .... .
me regiuiir Heiiuoirooui in u uuiut-n u
themselves nnd to their tcachcra. Ilojs
predominate; not more limn two girls
hae ever attended In one year."
"Modern Mexico," for July contains
besides many good Illustrations, Eng-'
Huh and Spanish matter pertaining to
"Organized Labor In Mexico" Is nn
cdltoihl that will Interest Hawallans.
The country Is stowing very fast, and
with the completion of tho rallioad
connecting Mexico City with the sen,
will begin di new era for tho west
Thin strip of land, n well ns that
continuing down through the Central
Americas has been In the background
owing to lack or transportation. This
railroad and the opening of the canal
lower down will change things not
only for Mexico, and tho Americas, but
for us all, oven to the far-away Isles
of (bo sea.
An for the natural resources of Mex
ico, If equalled, they are ccitalnly not
t" iuc x c f ( x x n . x x m
X AMERICAN INTERNATIONAL X
X C0NGRCS3 ON TUBERCULOSIS
I H U X it W H X, KM X A x. X X
We have received several circular
letters and notices regarding the mecf.
lug of this Important congress In New
York city In" November next. To Dr.
Clark Hell, treasurer and honorary
piecldcut (alio president of thu Med-Ico-Lcgal
Society of New York) Is duo
much of thu credit for tho successful
organization and maintenance of thli
most Important Congress.
Tho tollowlng Is from ndvanco
sheeta of tho September "Medico 15
"Mr, Hoot Is making history for
both our Government and for our peo
ple. Tho language employed Is wor
thy of the cause, worthy of the occa
sion. Sir. Secretary Root says:
"In Instructing tno diplomatic offl
rcra lo give their support to n simi
lar Invitation extended by tho Con
gicss for their St. Louis meeting, In
11)04, my predecessor, Mr. Hay, said:
"The humanitarian object which
thin Congress has In view to reach
by tho discussion of scientific men,
some result in arresting tho spread
and averting, eo far us It may be
found pokslble, the ravages of this
ilicadlul disease, which now falls
with Biich crrlblo forco and fatality
upon thu peoplu of the Western Hem
isphere cannot but enlist the sjmpa
thy ond nppruval of tho Government
to which you me accredited.
"The Department will, therefore, bo
pleated to hnvu you say to that Gov
ernment that, this Government Is in
entire sympathy with tho work of tho
proposed Congress, and would be
pleased to learn that tho Government
of tool; n ltko Interest In Its
success by the ucccptanco of tho com
mlttco's Invitation nnd the appoint
j SPORTS I
111 D0W1D fEAM
Now that the baseball season I
closed there has been a gtcat deal of
discussion among thoso Interested In
the game In this city ns to what com
bination of pl.ijers would form thu
strongest aggregation which could bo
ni.icio up In thr city. '
The II. A. C. team has proved Itself
much tho strongest of any In tho city
and from the batting and Holding nvei
ages should bo able to hold Its own
against nlmo.U any combination which
could be made up ngalnst I'i
In picking out an nil Honolulu team
llnrncy Joy would easily bo the first
man among the pitchers, with Ilnniii
ton to take his place If he should gu
up In tho air, Harney lsnlunblenot
only ns a pitcher but alco for his bat
ting. He tliould bo put In the outfield
It taken from the box for any reason.
Among the rutchcrs Rlngland would
Lo my choice to hold Joy nnd I believe
he would hold down the position bet
ter than Soarcs, Joy's icammatc. Ho
Ik a harder hitter, throws Just as well
to bases and fields his position Just as
well. He works all the time during
a gnma nnd takes bruises and bangi
which would put many n man out of
On first base It Is a question. Lota
might have romo show If ho was able
to use the stick, but this puts htm out.
The real race seams to bo between
Gorman nnd Gloaton, neither of whom
flubbed tho season. Tho first named
would gct.the prefer ence of the two.
Second bate would bo a fight be
tween Vnnnntta of the O.iltus nnd Jim
mlc Williams, of tho II. A. C.s Tba
latter is less llnblo to Io:o his .head
when In a tight placo and should get
At shortstop I like Evcri, of thoso
whom we have to choose from, though
1 think this position Is'tho weakest on
tho whole team. The loiltion Is, of
course about tho ha id est of the entile
nine to play nnd there nre no Herman
Longs to be found In Honolulu.
At third bae En Sue, thn little
Chinaman on tho II, A. C. ternn, Is the
best cur. He Is the best run-getter
In tho lciguc nnd plays n clean nnd
contlstcnt game ,of ball from stall to
finish. His work In tho field, at tho
bnt nml on the bases Is superb, nnd 1
think that he should tako precedence
over nil the others In tho lenguo as an
nil around ball player.
In the outfield Aylctt, the II. A. C.
star, should take tho position of honor
at left and he can hold, his own with
any of them. If ho missed every ball
that came his way his batting would
mako him 11 good man, and tho balls
that he misses aro few and far be
tween. J. Fernandez, of tho II. A. G.fl and
Hob White, who pkijcd almost through
tho season with the OahU3, would loin
plcto what secma to bo a team equal to
holding Its own with almost any In a
clmllnr leaguo In the country:
. t m
Eobbs "You say that Jones Is such
nn excctlcat marksman; I didn't know
that he could oven shoot a rifle." Do'ubj
"Ho can't; ho uses a crayon In a de
mciit of three or moro sclcntlllc gen
tlemen to repicscnt It at thu Congress.
"This Government would nlso bo
pleased It that of could Ilud
It convenient to comply with the re
qucht of the commlltco to give tho
mutter publicity, lu order that it may
como to the knovvlcdgo of Intel csted
organizations and public spirited citi
zens of thut count! y.
Tho Department will bo pleased to
have you present the mutter of the
Now York meeting In the tamo light.
I ho battle cry of tho Congress Is
Preventive Legislation Against Tuber
culosis To arrest, to nvert, to minim
ize tho spread of Consumption, Is the
Tho call of tho Congress Is to tho
masses of the pcoplo, to tho mou of
nil professions, tho statesman, tho
publicist, tho humanitarian.
It is not a medical quoition, not
conllned to medical men, but tho call
Is to all men of all professions, nnd to
tho gigantic proportions of tho con
flict, and the magnitude of tho prob
lems, whlrh now confront tho health
and tho safety of that grcuL that cnor
notiH mass of human lives that havo
been early sacildced to tho lavages
of this dreadful disease."
A notable fcaturo 'of tho August
"Arena" is a contribution by Mrs. Kn
trlna Trask entitled "Tho Virgin
Dlrlli," In which she takes strong
ground against tho action of tho Epis
copal divines In their finding In tho
Ciapacy trial. Mrs, Trask. whllo
strongly maintaining the Trinitarian
view of Christ as Deity, takes Issue
with tho conventional theological idea
that Joseph was not tho natural fath
er of Jious.
Among 'other nntablo features of
this losuo aro "San FruiicUco nml Her
Great Opportunity," by Gcorgo Wliur
ton James; "The Bplllt or American
Literature." by Winifred Webb; "Pic
turcscjiio Jlothciiburg," by Williamson
Iluekman; "Our Next Icc-Ago." lry
John O. Elliot; "Alired Rus'sel Wal-J
laco: Scientist, J'hllosopher and Hu
mnnltniian," by tho rMltor of "The
Aicna": "Tho Court Is King." by tho
nun, 1 nciiiins Hpeeii .iicvuiy; "common
Ground for Socialist and Indltl.liuil
iKt," l.y John WMlcnncit; "Tho Right
of tho Child Not to Bo Horn," by Lou
Iso Mnrkschcffcl; "Food-Production of
the Future," by John A. Morris; "By-
ron: a study 1 nllcrcdlty " by Chas.
ESTABLISHED IN 1853.
Sishdp & Co.
ANKiRS. , ...t..
Commercial and Travelers'
, tiers of Credit issued on
;o Bank of California and
4." M. Rothschild & Sons
Correspondents for the
tnerican Express Company
jnd Thos. Cfol & Son.
Interest allowed on term
md Savings Bank Deposits.
Wm. G. Irwin
Class Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU, HIT. H. "3"
San Francisco Agents Tho No
carla National Hank of Sau Francisco.
Draw Exchange on the Nevada Na
Joo.il Usnk of San Francisco.
London Tho Union of 1-ondon and
Smith's Dank, Ltd. r
Kcw York American Exchsngo Ns
Chicago Corn Exchange National
Purls Credit Lyonnals. .
Hongkong and Yokohama Hong
tcaBs-eiKinshtl flanking Corporation.
tcVM Zealand and Australia Cank
T Kew Zealand and Bank ot Austra
..Vittorla and Vancouvsr Bank of
British North America.
Dermics received. Loans tasdo on
aproTCi1 security. Commercial and
Travelers' Credits Issued. Blllf of Kx
chanoo bought and sold.
Csilectlons Promptly Accounted Fori
AND TRUST CO.
P HAWAII, LTD,
SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL... 1200,000.0b
PAID UP CAPITAL 100,000.00
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SAVINSS DEPOSITS reedvsd and
Interest allowsd (or yearly osoalti at
Ik rata of 4 1-t per cent, per ananm.
Rules sad regolauons fumlhe4 p
TiiB Yokohama Specie Bank, ut
Capita! Subscribed Yon 24.000.003
Capital Paid Up Yen 18.000,01V
Rcservod Fund Yen 9,9(0,000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
BRANCH AGENCIES Bombay,
Hongkong, Honolulu, Kobe, London,
Lyons, NngasaklJI Nowchwang. New
Torlc. Peking, San Francisco, Shang
hai, Tientsin, Toklo. Osaka.
The bank buys and receives tor col
lection mils - Bxchnnge, Issues
Drafts nnd I.ol'.ffl ot Credit and traiia-
acts a general oanklng business,
HONOLULU BRANCH, 07 KING ST,
Catton, Neill & Co.,
ENGINEERS AND MACHINISTS,
QUEEN and RICHARDS ST8.
Boilers re-tubed with charcoal Ira I
or steel tubes; general sKp work.
Office, 248 QUEEN ST., HONOLULU.
Cotton Br os &Co
Plans and estlmatca furnished for
all classes contracting work.
TEL. MAIN 245.
ROOM 300, BOSTON BLK., Honolulu.
I William T. Paty,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
All daises of Building Work
promptly and carefully executsd.
Office 'Phone Blue 1801,
Resldencs 'Phons Blus 233?,
mako good presents
for your fi lends. Best
selection In town at
The Island Curio Co.,
Elite Bldcj., Hotel St.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern 8UGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and do.
icrlptlon mads to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and repairs
executed at shortest notlct.
No candy that ever came to
Honolulu can corripare with
It Is simply delicious and
Assorted Chocclatee, As
sorted Bon-Bons and Choco
lates and Marshmallowe
50 PER LB.
We also have a new lot of
Calllers Swiss Milk Choco
late and Qhlrardelll's Choco
Henry May & Co.
22 Telephone 22
. THE COBWEB CAFE, a
QUEEN and ALAKEA GTS.
TEL. MAIN 492.
-Gamara & Co., Props.-
manufactured from pure distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
OAHll ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewslo. Telephone Blue 8151.
A.UWAYS ON HAND.
on your meals by purchasing oho of
our $5.00 commutation lunch tlckots
STAR OYSTER HOU8E.
FORT STREET NEAR HOTEL.
Better Than Ever
'PHONE BLUE 1411.
OP BREAD, CAKES. COOKIE8, ETC,
EVERY DAY AT THE
PERFECTION HOME BAKERY
Best Meal In Town
on HOTEL 8T. near NUUANU.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
!?. Oda, Managr.v
PHONE MAIN 4.'
a 1 a ' 1 -
French and Milk Breatl
A SPECIALTY. ALL KIND? "
OPPOSITE CLUB 8TABLE8.
TEL. MAIN 197.
Tnat all men' palates ara pleated
with the fare served by the "
Corner HOTEL and BETHIL STS.
Alexander Young Hotel
Absolutely fireproof, finest
cuisine, 'elegantly furnished
and the best of service. :: ::
J. H. HERT8CHE. .,,.. .MANAGER
HONOLULU, T. H.
THE IDEAL AMERICAN DRINI'.
Delicious; Wholesome; Pure;
HAWAIIAN 80DA WORKS.
Sols Agsnts. Phone Blue,1871.
FRESH FLOWER AND VEQETACLE
SEEDS TOR SALE.
Mrs. E, M. Taylor
TEL. MAIN 839,
OF ALL KINDS!
. Deters In Lumber and Co-i
QUEEN 8T..-5! ' ' '.: HONOLULU.
M. W. McCHESNEY & SONS,
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