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Quick Selling Prices
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Thursday, Friday, Saturday
8ILKOUNE8, 36 Inches wide, In a larg variety of effect
Ive detlgnit , '
Regularly told for 16c yard
SPECIAL . , 2 YARDS FOR 25
GOLDEN DRAPERIES, 27 Inches wide, In a wealth of pret
ty colors: "
Regular 16c yd. quality
8PECIAL 2 YARDS 25)
Figured, 36 In, 'wide:
Hegular price 35c yd.
SPECIAL 30 YARD
Regular price . 2So yd.
SPECIAL 20 YARD.
BURLAP8, assorted colors, full yard wide:
Regular 20c quality
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Promotidh Gommlttee To
Begin Cimpalgn In
PLAIN WASH BELTS:
Regular 15c 20c 30c and
SPECIAL .-, 2I25 15t 20 nd
EMBROIDERED WASH BELTS: '
Regular 20c 25c 35c
special 15 20 25
MERCERIZED FIGURED BELTS:
Regular 30c 35c 40c
special , 20 25 30
Store Open Until 9 p. m. on Saturday
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co LtcL,
Cor. Port and Beretanla
wr Natural Flavour
' Veal Loaf Sliced Dried Beef '
Corned Beef Hash
Vienna Sausage Boneless Chicken
are some ol
Libby's (?i Pood Products
Ask your grocer for them '
Our bookltt. "Good Thine to Bat,- malUd frtt . Sn4
n. ttnl stamps far Libby'i Big Altai of IDs World
Llbby, McJtwlll.a Llbby
T. H. DAVIES & COMPANY. Limits
Wholesale Distributors. ' .
To Builders, Contractors and Others
Clearing Out Sale of
DOORS aff4l $A
AT COST for casK
O. B. REYINOLRS,
757 ALAKEA,8TREET NEXT 8AL ORS HOME.
At the meekly metmg of lha II
wan rromotion committee, held in
mo cominmco rooms ycateruay aner
noon, the following, members ( wete
present: P.'C. Smith, F. U Waldron,
J. A. McCandlets, J. P. Morgan. A'.
Clnhley ahd It. P. Wood. It wu Mr.
Morgan's tint meeting of (he commit
tee, as he fills, the place, of K I, Spald
ing who reslmed two weeks aao. Mr.
Moraan was at once nut to work.'UH
Cling elected to the QBtre of treasurer
which had been held hr Mr. 8DaJilli.it.
The most Imbortsnt thta deeldM
on at the meeting; yfcaterday was tfie
tending to Loa Angeles or Hecfetofy
Wood, who will ao with the next Ala
meda for the purpose of forcing the
uommutees campaign in nouinern
After talking' the matter over the
committee decided not to make any ar
rangements for an exhibit from Ha
wall at the Jamestown exposition. The
attention of the Committee will be de
toted mainly to Southern California
at present and Secretary Wood has
been Instructed to Investigate care
fully the work being done at the
branch office of the committee In that
city. Secretary Wood's position will
be filled by F. U Waldron while the
former Is In Southern California,
In relation to the trip to Hawaii
which It la proposed to have taken by
the Mystic Shrlners when they meet
In Los Angeles next year the follow
ing communication was received:
Ssn Francisco, Cat., Sept. 14, 1S0G.
8ubject: Excursion of Mystic Shrln
era to Honolulu 1907.
Mr. II. V. Wood, Secretary Hawaii Pro
motion Committee. Honolulu.
Dear Sir: This will acknowledge
receipt of yours of tho 2tst ult.. with
legard to excursion to Honolulu In con
nection with the Mystic Shrlners con
vention to bo held In Los Angeles next
year. It will be my pleasure to In
struct our agents to keep Honolulu In
mand In making arrangements for ex-
rurslons to this convention.
Respectfully yours, ,
A. O. D. KKltrtEI.U
The matter of insuring the property,
of tho committee against loss from
flro was taken up and It was decided
that a policy be taken out at once. The
matter will be attended to by the sec
retary, Honolulu, September 20, 1(06.
Chairman nnd Members of the Hawaii
Gentlemen? By the Sierra we re
ceived letters from the Editorial Asso
ciation of Indiana, Illinois, Louislsns,
Ohio, New York, Wisconsin, Kansas,
Maine, Vermont, Connecticut, Texas,
Oregon, Missouri, Florida, alio from
the Canadian Press Association, re
questing that the different members of
tlielr associations be favored with all
Honolulu papers referring to tho visit
or inetnomnern uaiuornia jsauonai
Association. These" requests came In
answer to u circular letter sent out
by us making mention of the excursion
ami offprint to forward papers referr
lug to the name.
We shall be able to malt to adrant
age fully two thousand (2UQ0) copies cit
ino special edition or mo liunetin,
and I believe that an inimenso uniouut
or goon advertising win ioiiow. nun
dreds. It not thousands, of papers
throughout the United States will run
extracts from what is probably the
first paper over published by uu A
torlal Association so many miles from
It Is difficult these days to find any
thing absolutely new and unique In
Journalism but, as usual our Southern
California friends have found a way
to the front and will surprise the news
paper world by this now evidence of
We are In receipt of letters from the
Southern Pacific and Santa Fe rail
ways acknowledging word from us as
(o possible editorial excursions this
winter from Colorado and Wyoming,
and saying that they have entrusted
the matter to special passenger agents,
who, will at once get In touch with tin
Miss Gdaa Parsley of ltaebiirg, Or
gon, writes under date of September
Mh, that the Oregon, girls are working
unitedly and persistently to Induce the
Oregon Editorial Association to ylsJl
Hawaii, stating that tlje matter will
be brought before the Association
lormally at their aunual meeting the
23rd of thU month,
A letter from MUs Florence Heavren,
another of the Oregon girls, .. (tliougn
f.l "i ' . .; :
dated September JOth.i encloses a let
lerrifrora,thc Seattle Chamber of Com
rtlercV reading a" follows:
"Mitt Wortnco' Heavren;
Dear Madam: 1 acknowledge re-
kla.4 n IUIam m9 A, ., 9tnl
and thank yon for the timely stlgges'
o contalhW therein, i nave rererred
,-flnr maun- to the officer of thV.tSlme
Preaa, Anocjaflon and ltia possible
HutUm attMcnrslori a, the, one sug
gestecTby you .can be arranged, espec
ially lnTvleV of,' the fact that this
chamber la at present, cultivating clos
er trade relations with the Hawaiian
' t "C. U. YANDRUi,
Mr. Morgan How, manager of Hotel
Del Coronado, writes that tie cannot
be with us this season, but Is aranglng
to spend the following winter In Ho-nbulu,-,iylng
further that he will,
gladly continue. to furnish us wllh lists
ot his guests for us,t9 send our adver
tising matter, to.
,Al the request of the Diamond Head
Athletic Association we are eniiaavor;
Ing to seenro special rates by steamer
for. the champion basketball team ol
the Crescent) Athletic Association ot
Uyanslon, Illinois. This team has
played winning games In the principal
cities uf (he United Stales and hating
tnailn arrangements to meet tne nas
kettall teams of tho Unlverslty-of Cal
ifornia and of Stanford University they
desire t continue their trip to Hawaii,
Ilev. Charles A. Pavne of Milwaukee,
Wisconsin, a prominent lecturei', wrile
that he will be In Honolulu thli winter
to secure photographs and material
for an Illustrated lecture on tho Is.
We are also In receipt of letters from
several ladles residing In different
parts of the United States, who are on
"Travel Club" programs and nie
booked for talks on Hawaii. To all
of these mi will at once send complete
collections of1 out- pamphlets.
The special chart of the Pacific,
which was prepared by an employee of
the llydrograpblc Office at Washing
ton, D. C. and which shows In a strik
ing manner the straieglc position' exs
cupied by Honolulu, should come to
hand by next steamer. Duplicates ol
this chart, suitable for office use, can
be had itt a small cost.
Our representatives at Los Angeles,
Miss Whitlock, writes that the fom
enlargements of Mr. Oartley's photo
graphs of representative Hawaiian
scenery, are now on exhibition In I-os
Angeles after being displayed for a
week In San Ulegu. where they attract
ed a great ileal or attention.
We are 'also having framed, for dls
ulav In out- Los Anaelca office, tho at
tractive and Interesting pictures of
Hawaiian fishes as paneled on the
front of our office counter.
Miss Whitlock writes that our adver
tising matter can now be found In all
of the beach resorts throughout Houin
ern California, and also states that the
Business Men's excursion to llawarl
Is being constantly pushed.
II. P. WOOD.
living at Vancouver',
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FORf YOUR BAGGAGE
We pack, haul n ship your
goods nd lave you money
Dealers In STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS,
Storage in Brick Warehouse, J26 King St. -Phone Main 54
P. E. R. Strauch
13600. On account of departure for
unicago, i oner tor aaie ine oeauii
ful residence or Mr. Chuck Hoy at
Kamehameha IV. Road at HALF,
COST. This U-room building Is
modern finished throughout, Wh
Inrirn HnaplnUB verandahs. Fine
Ijiwns. Rare ornamental and fru
trees and a constant cool breeie
make tbls placn a most attractive.
desirable and healthy restdonce.
Servant bouses, waah house, large
stables and chicken runs. Lot 1(
170x810. ..Only one block from car,
Small Cotiage on Vlnoyard St. near
Cunha Lune. Walking distance for
school and business, First cornea
first served. '
And other bargains.
WAITY BLDQ. 74 8. KINQ STREET.
"This perfectly natural change
In a 'woman's Ufa Is too often ac
companied by painful, distressing
symptoms due to female troubles
and slight Irregularities In her deli
The woman who passes this,
change without the development oft
tumors,cancers, or chronic Invalid
Ism enters a new field of happiness1
and usefulness In the domestic clr-,
cle and In social activity. Her phy
sical system should receive the
necessary assistance at this critical)
ounenng , j
' Is exactly suited to woman's need3 at this time. It strengthens and
cures all derangements of the female organism, It overcomes the hot
flashes and dizzy fainting spells, and all other distressing symptoms.
I We., lr Bed for Three Weeka
DlAa Mas. Pinxham: I suffered a great deal during Change of Life. For
brv sn weeks 1 had hemorrhages and it made me so Wesk I was In bed for three waeks.
I begin tsklng Lydla E. Plnkham'a Vegetable Compound, although It was against
any doctor's will and I had to hide It I took It regularly until I had taken five bottle,
and It brought me out all right, a perfectly strong, well womsn. Any one can tell how
healthy I am by looking at my picture, and any one can write to me or my daughter
about our wonderful cures.
Mas. F. M. MuanauiK, Eut Chicago, Ind.
The whole secret of safety at this time of life Is thorough preparation before t"io
I change begins. Fortify tho system with a course of Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegetallo
Compound. This wonderful medicine has carried thousands of vonfen through th:
No such helpful advice to women who are sick can be had anywhere as will t
received free by addressing Mrs. Plnkham, Lynn, Mass. Mrs. Plnkham Is daughter-in-law
ol Lydla E. Plnkham, and for twenty-five years under her direction, and since her
, decease, she has been advising sick women free of charge.
lydla E. Plnkliam's Vegetable Compound Cures Where others Tail
"The object of tbismall piece of
barbed wire alongside the.watks IrTthu
Palace grounds Is to keep portion of
the lawn from becoming a network or
tow paths," said Caretaker R. J. Greene
to tho llulletln this morning.
"We havo ample walks there but
some, people, still like to walk on the
grass. Wo would like to prevent this.
'Keep off' tho grass' signs will not We
have no Oexlgns oil anyone and If they
walk In the straight and narrow putli
laid down for them they need fear no
evil contact with the barbed wire.
"Mind you, we like to have the peo
ple use the lawna for the proper pur
poses. Wo like to have children come
thero and play. We like to have peo
ple reat on the lawna and enjoy tho
ahade of the treea. We aak that the
pedestrians shall not so cut up the
lawns with these tow path cut-offs
that there will be no lawn for the cbll-
dreh and the ladles' who would rest
under the tree."
KMIM 1 FOWll
luuiuaif iHunwieeioi lue. riximi
District Iniet Wednesday to discuss the
master of changing the rules so aa to
allow' the Fourth thirteen committee
men. There waa but little dlscus4lr.11,
but 'a committee of alx waa chosen 10
handlo the matter. .Those present
were: Mnlle (by1 proxy, Jliiffandeau)
C. W. Ilooth (by proxy,, Bam' Johnson)
C- if. Cooke, J, 11 Boyd, Major 4elK
ler, Bam Johnson, Cb.aa. Hustare, J.
II. Oorman, Chsa. Coster, and E. Uu.'
fandeau. The purpose of tho mjetldg was an
nounced )u ue the, choQelny of a giu-,
copimlttee to meet wth ope trpm tuo
fifth. Major Zelgler waa chosen o
rermenent chalrpun. Jan. Uoyd was
suggested, for permanent secretary, uul
modestly declined to accept, and It was
decided to postpone the appdldtment,
Buffandeau to act fn tho meantime.
Bqni Johnson said1 nof one-hulf ot
trie votera of the Fourth ha Reg
istered. This waa a grnatipllikla and
noinJtlilng should be done. He thought
the precincts should be canvassed
while the Registration Board was on
Its round-the-lsland tour. Then the
Iktanl coi)(d keep open all da for a
few dqys to ucccnnmqdatetbe,rUilj
Itiirrutn1p.iu 8iiffirfttti,l thiil, slmm re
ftMVvw "! "? n-f'r "' -
minding the remiss voters of their
duty should, be posted lu tho cars, as
waa done last year,
Zlegler said the chairmen of tbe pre
cincts should meet with ttto commit
tee, whenever they could' take the
matter up with the precinct, -executive
Boyd moved thai the chairmen he
Instructed to meet tbe committee to
dlscuBs the matter on Friday night.
A BIG NEW STOCK
Just Arrived by Alameda
Finest Line Ever Shown
Coyne Furniture Co.
Hotel and Union Streets.
OF, ALL KINDS.
ALLEN "OBINSON, n
QUEEN ST., M t: HONOLULU,
' At Cost ,
PHONE MAIN 283.
By Young Japaneae school
girl. Wagea no object.
By Young Japaneae echool
Jipmsi Hetils Union
1 KINO and MAUNAKEA. I
We have some very good
for Garden Purposes
Price $3 per load
Lord & Belser
P. 0. BOX 12. PHONE MAIN IQt,
IN THE CIRCUIT T f
Mrat Circuit, Terrltoi r I'.i
Chambers: In I'robat' n tin
of the; estatii of tin
tcasvil. Order uf N
Petition for Alhmani i
On reading and filing '
intromits of A. J. Iloei
(liistav KniiHt. decvas
csVs to bo allowed f1 '
rhnrges himself with V
nsks that thn satiiu ma;
nnd npproved, and that
mny ho made of dtstrll "i
property remaining In ,
tho pemons thereto em
charKlne him and hlr
ell further responslblll
ociitnr. It is ordered u.n
the 20th day of Octob r
bt !) u'rlock a. in., befot
said court at tho cour
bald court at Honoluli. '
li,v be and tho samr
pointed as tho tlmu -,n 1
hearing said petition
If, yeu wapt firat-claaa works
manahlp at a low price, call at
repair department of
SelnMiR Cirriaii Co..
QUEEN' ST. NEAR PORT.
M. W. McCHE8NEY A 8ON8,
J; M. Davis
SEWING MACHINE ..REPAIRER.
12 FORT ST.' near BEtygTANIA.
Sewing machlnea for aale.
, A machine cleaned and put In r
derllM.' ' '
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER
PAINTINQ. PAPER HANQINQ AWP
1335 Nuuanu St., below Honolulu Hotel the Bulletin office,
Orders For Stock.
W. E. BELLINA leaves for
the Coast within 10 daya, and
those wishing stock of any
kind will do well to call at the
CLUB STABLE8 FORT ST.
TEL. MAIN 109.
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
DEALER8 IN IMPORTED GENERAL
UNIQUE ARTICLES OF ALL. KINDS.
841 NUUANU STREBST.
Tel. Main 2. P. O, Box MS.
I I III).
end that all person 1 1 ,i ud inaf
then and there 1 i it n il hua
cause, if any the h u w v 11 tiwu
should not be fiiuul l mn mat prti,.
sent ovldence ns to .v , a, , j.m . !
to the said prope.i) i 1 In ojlcej
of this order. In the I 11 I .1 Mi .ik,v,l
tie published In ti e I 1 u ' u i Ju,
It newspaper print, d i,n i .11 , h
In Honolulu, for ur
weeks, tho last pilill
less than two wtil
time therein appoi.
Dated at Honoltil.i
Ily tho Court:
(HKd.) J. 1
Ut Judge. Cli ml t in
Attest: JOB IIAT( XI l.Olt
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FISHNETS, TW1NT ANO Hr.CHZC
WIRE CLOTH AT
A. FERNANDEZ & SN,
Noe. 4440 King Bt, Kal-s C ock twt -
Nuuanu and 8nflth 8t, el f,"an '30.
Bamboo Furniture Made to brticr.
Picture Framing a H;-ci
803 8. OC 'CTftt-MA'ST.
TELEPHONE BLUE f.11 I
THE METR08T I .
playa the latest tor ' . i dntne
tunes, as well as s.l t'u - ' ,m its
exhaustless classical iff. itor jold
uf.?! -2!"'" e'rd' 0n MU " BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.
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