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KVENINO nill.LKTIN. HONOLULU. T. H , MONDAY. 8i:PT 21, 1900
A dressy affair (or any occatlon. Very much nut of tht
ordinary and Justly popular for It fin fitting qualities, a
satisfactory accompaniment for a party gown, or equally ic
ceptabls for leu "formal occasions.
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Qluten absorbs much. mors .water In
.bread-making than i the Marshy
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much more dough than
any other flour because It contains
more gluten. For this reason Bak-
erica always use HOLLY FLOUR.
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fragrance of fresh violets.
'flavor and fragrance suite the
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HONOLULU STOCK EXLHANGE LOCAL AND IENERAL
HONOLULU, Sept. 24, 1906
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Carlos I .one, twlre elected n tlcptili
Mean member of the House of flepro
tenlalhcs ami recently defeated for
the Itepulillenn nomination for Coun
ty Attorney, Is talking most peculiar
ly for a ncpulillcnn so frequently hon
ored by his district.
Mr. IiOiik wild to n llnllctln report
er: "I am RolnR out In nn open fluid
against llronn, and you may let that
no In your paper. I am not against
Catheart, lint I will meet flronn at
his onn came."
Long Is said to lie busy In prepar
ing a speech which ho will usu on
The small representation of Ha
wallans on the Republican ticket will
bo Long's principal argument. long
can tie nothing to stop him from do
ing this In so far as bo did not plcdga
to support the candidates on tho Re
As to bis running for County Attor
ney on the Home Rule ticket, Long
would not commit himself. He seems
to bcllctr, however, that should ha
run, he would win out with tho argu
ment that he Intends to present to
tho otcrs. Hpcaklng of his running
fur County Attorney, tho most Long
unlit la this! "Tfin ilavn lipfnrn pipe
(Ion joii will find a document filed at ,P""7.
Iho otUru of the Secretary of the Ter- Sales lletwccn Hoards- $1000 O. It.
ptlnrv ' rlilu ! masii tint ti In r Inald I at it.. At A a rl I m nt... it
than hln nomination nlsncd by twen- 0 , $il9; 45 Mcllrytlc. $1 25.
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Kakaku Plant La f c.
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Pimm, Mill Cot a c
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1 If delay Is dangerous, tell It In 'a
I Bulletin Want Ad. and get out of dan-
"MIMAe 1 0er
' Bclssors. saws, sharpened. Webb's.
White steam nutos smcKvas sianm.
A Kin rill's sale notlre, Wm. Henry
xs C Vel Knl, appears under New To
The will of Jos. P. Hanley, dceeas
ed, was admitted In probate this morn
lug bv .IiiiIro Dp Holt and A. V. Carter
npimlnteil executor. The bond was
placed at $1000.
Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Davis and Mr
llnstanrbtiry were entertained Satur
day etenlng nt a hiau gUen nt tho
homo of Mr. Rollnnd. who, with his
mother, go to the Coast on tho Bo
Clinton J. Ilutehlns, foreman of the
(irnnd Jury wlikh Is at present In
Kesslon, has been excused from duty
h) Judge De Holt on aitount of bis
departure lor the Coast. Ills duties
ns foreman Will bo nttehded til by (leo
Saturday afternoon, J. P. D.-nls and
pally wero taken ner the Maniburla
liy Mr. Illley of the Pacific Mall Steam
kIiIii f?ntniinnv. After thpv were
I " i shown from top to bnltoni of the big
' . . . I Imnl. thpv uerp refrpaheit with lea.
I eako and lemonade by Will K. Veaile,
chief steward of the Manchuria. All
enjo)ed the afternoon greatly.
nlctt by a deposit of $25., Hut Long's
closo friends arc of ino opinion that
ho would not do such a radical thins
as bolt the pnrty.
Jack Kalaklela will run on the
Home Rule ticket for Deputy Sheriff
If tho Democratic, Homo Hole and
Republican Iibor parties can agree
upon his name ns their candidate.
Asked as to bin reason for bolting the
party It ho should run. Jack said: "It
Is tho unfair representation that the
Hawaiian hae nn tho Itepulillenn
ticket. For mjsclf, I can say that I
can run for Iho office that I hold, and
I might baye been kept there. .Hut
the, delegates aw fit ,lu put a lisole
Latest sugar quotation, 4.120 cents,
or $82.50 per ton.
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There's a lot of satisfaction to It
and more economy than you ever
dreamt of, for there Is a greater
amount of heat obtainable In a short
er time by the use of gas than can
be obtained by using wood or coal. It
Is probably Just what you want to
get that balance of comfort that Is
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right when you Want It,
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nourishes the system, and
MAKES FOOD FOR THE BABY.
Doctors Recommend lit
Tho liner Mongolia and the tru im
port Huford will probably be In the
b.irlwr of Honolulu by Thursday af
ternoon or Irlilny morning, llotii
ships are now on their way to thl
port, having left Midway nl C o'clock
CHtcrday nfterroan. Conflicting cnhlc
illsputchos uinierulng the iuocmciita
of the Mongolia halo been rctcivcu
and It wits stated Saturduy that the
Mongolia was already on tho way
This, It now nppears, was Incorrect
After the Mongolia came off tho reef,
ll was necessary to transfer tho mulls
In the Huford, and the passengers luc
iilto been taken aboard the transport,
inls need not ho tukeu us an Indica
tion thai the Mongolia Is seriously In
jured, enn were she but slightly dam
aged. It would probably bo tho policy
to tike her parsengcrs on tho ulnvr
Uphills roiurnlnc the condition of
Iho liner arc tacking. All business'
rontcrnlug. ber appears to bo being
handled In San KruneUru, At Hack
Icltl & Company's it won Htutedithls
morning that no news whatever bad
been rcnnl there from Midway, uml
UibL nil they know was what they bail
load In Ihtnlallyi paper.. No prepara
tions for Ihe reception or temporary
repairing of IlioiMongolla lira lielnfi
inHdciheici Harkfeltl & Cvvrla.tnitltat
ther haw no Idea as to how Borlonsl)
the vessel tin danlagetliilnnil .will do
.irrlcpn In mirt
The Mongolia Is being couoed by
the trnnspoit Huford. which In lead)
to render nny assistance that may port.
rIMv tin renlllred.
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there, etcn though there Is n Hawai
ian or Hawaiian)! that aro able to run.
I think tho haole representation for
the Department Is enough In Drown."
If tho three purlieu mentioned will
not compromlso on Kalaklcla's name,
then Jack will keep quiet. Ho b.iyh
that ho would not go on n stump
rgalnst Hrown. Hut should ho re
celvo the nomination from tho Homo
Rulers, bo says that ho would bpposo
Ilror.n to Iho hlllcr end, a h6 would
then be nu' rtf tho parly.
Hot Ii these men appeared tit-fort)
tho Republican convention and plodf
etl themselves to support tho Repub
lican ticket and acicpt tho result of
Ill HID 1
Always brlnjja u ii)mtlilnK tho
othar daalar doaai not hnvo. TM
time thsr will be an abundanc
of good things frotf: the coaat.
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DE8IQN8 ' 0m and p,'n n'n0 ' " prices,
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Pa8SQngcm from llonnlulti-whossll-
fd'on 8. H. Sonoma, 1 p. m . Sept. 2.
Mrs. C. A. Sweeney, Mlsa K. Alurry,
Mrs. II. Rowland uml child. W. (1.
Rowland. Mm. P. V. McDiinlcls. V.
O. I'urdy, U S. Thompson, Arthur
Wlecanil ami wife. Mrs. M. D. Scho
Held, i:. J. I.ea, II, II, Huntington,
Mr and Mrs. J. M. Hind, Mrs. Mary
Hind, J. V. Parsons, I, Rubcnsteln,
Mrs. (1, II. Robertson, Capt. W. H.
Hurnbnni, Chas. Schwclger. Jnmea
Spalding and wife, Mrs. Stiulreti and
mal I. II. Spalding, J. D. Tucker. P
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Picked in the Orchard where grown
FROM NAPA VALLEY CALIFORNIA
In heavy Syrup: PEACHE8,
PEARS, APRICOTS, PLUMS.
Vegetables: Asparagus, Asparagus
Tipe, Peas, String Beans, Tomatoee,
Lima Beans, Artichokes, 8plnach,
Mushrooms,. Brussels Sprouts, Stew
ed Mushroom, Cepes In Oil.
Two men, supposed to bo members
of tho gang of burglnru who lmo for
tho past two weeks been robbing
housed In the Maklkl and I'unahou dix
trlcts, wero nrrcstcd by Officer
Dick I'anacwa and lodged In tho police
station cells. Ono Ik it part Korcun,
part Japanese, named Yaraudo; tho
other his room-mate, u Korcun who
claimed when nrrcstcd to bo a Japan
ese His namo is im iai nun.
Yamadu when nrrcstcd, was sneak
ing through tho yurds of rcsldcncui
nut on Maklkl street In a suspicious
manner. Later tho officers visited the
placo whero ho lives and brought back
two big bundles, but It Is not known
yet whether they aro stolen goods or
HurKlarlcs in tho districts narncll
liao been of very frequent occurrence
for iibout two weeks, uml lately tho po
lice department hns been making a
ktrcnuoiis effort to put u stop to them
Ten officers huo been patrollng the
districts, and two uuspects bcsldck
those arrested aro In tho Jail awaiting
Y. SUGA SHOTBN,
YVholatmle and Rwtull Liquor Daler(
Big Stock of Japanese and American Liquors. Banzai Saloon In connection.
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I...li Cafl.'iiUc'and chtW:Mr.Orant,
WriVllklnarrnKMriniliMrs. P. Me-
tho method cmplo)cd ordinarily In dc
tcrmlnng the quallt) of milk A bam
pie Is taken 'uml u 'lactometer ImmciiKcd
in It, h graduated scalo showing tue
per cent of colitis. In this particular
asc. Dr. Duncan tertlfled that ho em
ployed tho usual method, hut found thti
milk so thin that ho was unable to
employ u c) Under full of It, ns usual
Tho lactometer sank too low. Then
the commissioner took the cntlro ten
Ballon can. .'Still no results. Iho lac
tomctcr bank clear put of sight
That was about Vnuugli for the
ludgo. He smiled broadly and Tush
cm paid a fine of $1C and costs Into
ALLEN BECOMES EDITOR
Ijiiio and four children, Mrs. T. Sor-
ensnn, Minn . K. Snrenson, Clinton
J. Ilutehlns, Mrs. J. D. Harriett and
two children. Mrs. II. Howe. C. II.
Smith. Mrs. J. II. Smith. Mr. and Mrs.
Jas, C. Wilder. Mrs. Whltln, Mm.
Thompson and child, Mrs. A. A. Cat
troll, MIsh Smith, Dr. Cobb. Mr.
and Mrs. A. 1). Ilaldwln, Dr. V. D.
Haldwln. Miss l'alacro, Chas. S. Dole,
K. M. Isaae, R. (1. llendorson, T. II.
Wnlklngton. Mrs. II. Taylor. W. J.
Conroy. I. O. Morrill. P. W. Taylor,
Miss Klnrelieo Thompson, Miss J,
Htibcr, MIks K. Sandoz, Mrs. M)ers,
Mr. and Mrs. S. J. I.unt and threo
children. LMw. 8. K. Woolley, W. P.
Dunn, Miss I,, Hushncll, O, Jamaln,
Miss draco Parle. David Dals, Mrs.
Wlso and two children, Mm. P. Stuba
and two children, O, Reed, W. Hell))-,
II. Ilechcrt, 0. Hackharth, Mr. Zlm
mer, P. C Darling, It, A. Kershaw,
John Mnrlnaeo, II. O. Young, (1.
Snares Mr. and Mrs. lMgar Johnson,
Mr. nnd Mrs. D. O. Holt. Mr. and
Mrs. L. P. Donllttle. Mr. and Mrs. J.
J. Penny, Mr. nnd Mrs. (1. Ray Mor
ton, Mr. and Mrs. J. I.. Mathews, Mr,
and Mrs. Irving S. Watson, Mr. and
Mrs. P. P. Van l.cuven, Mr. and Mrs,
J. p. Datls, Master Prank Davis, Mr.
and Mrs. C. C. Ruddock, Miss Rud
dock, Mrs. II. O. Tlnslcy, Miss Isn
hello Morgan, Miss May Moore, Miss
Winifred Martin. Miss Corn WlUon,
Miss Lois Wilson, Miss Irnia Wilton,
C. J. McDavItt, Mm. Harry lies. Miss
clla lies. Paul Mooro. T. P. McDa
lit. Rev. Jnn, D. II. Ilrowno, Wnrreti
Wllunn, C. P. Holland, Ralph Spring
er, i:. R. Amcrlgc, J, D. Hastouch-ury.
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Ladies' White SilK I
WATERED THE MILK
THE BULLETIN, 75c per month
Tashcra, tho drlvcr'ot a milk wagon
was convicted In Judge
court Prlday afternoon of eclUng
adulterated milk. Perhaps, according
to tho testimony Introduced, It Is some
what of a mlsnonicd to call the sttitt
ho was selling milk. Dr. Duncan, City
1'iHjil Commissioner, testified that at
least "0 per cent of water had bvun
Dr. Duncan described on the stand
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The minv friends of Riley II Allen i San Francisco. Cat,. Sent
formerly of the. Bulletin staff, will bo Is estimated that about $125,000,000
nlnj .n l,nnn il.a, Im (a nliv tllp editor !ibb IiPpii nnlH nt it M f a r l.v InR.imnrp
W'"ney' 'of the Washington Magazine, u Journal i corporations lnoled In tho San
dovoted to the interests of too great rranelsco coniiagratlnn. Tbo rollow
Northwest Allen, slneo leaving the ling tablo shows the pa)ments matin
Bulletin, has been with tnoScattio I'.-t up to September 1st by fortj-elfiht
but now Intends to remain m magnzino
work. He has the editorial control of
tho Journal which has rcpresentalUo
men of tho Northwest back of It.
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