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WPNINn WIU.KTtN HfiVOUlU'. T 1I . SATURDAY, SEPT, 29, 1906.
Get Ready For
far lM. ; ; ,;;. fM!w;'rt
Practice has already begun. The
captain has his eye on you, (or he's
tool.lng for the best men to make up
You can work better and surer
with a proper football outfit.
The Latest Wrinkles now on dis
E. O. HALL & SOIM, Limited,
COR. FORT and KINQ STREETS.
HONOLULU UNDERTAKING CO.,
How to Sleep Well
WC HAVE THE tLARGEST AND
BEST-ASSORTED STOCK IN
5t OUR PRICES ARE BEDROCK X
Coyne Furniture Co.
UNION AND HOTEL STREETS
Dlniik books of all sorts, ledgers
etc.. manufactured by the Uulletln Pub.
Fln Jef Printing at the Bulletin.
Our Semi-Annual Sale
JUST RECEIVED A TINE LINE LADIES' MU8LIN UNDER8KIRTS, NIGHT DRESSES AND
DRAWERS, WHICH WE WILL PLACE ON SALE FOR ONE WEEK. SALE COMMENCING SAT
URDAY, SEPTEMBER 29.
75c Embroidery Trimmed Skirts
Good Value SALE PRICE. .Grief1
5c Lace Trimmed Skirts. A
Good Seller. SALE PRICE 75
$1.00 Good Mutlln Skirt, trim
med with Lace Insertion
and Edge. 3ALE PRICE.. S5
$1.25 Muslin Skirt with Lace
or Embroidery Edge,
SALE PRICE $1.00
$U0 Muslin Skirt with Fine
SALE PRICE $1.20
$1 75 Embroidery Trimmed
Skirt with Large Tucks.
SALE PRICE Sl.3.1
$2.00 Muslin Skirt Trimmed
with Embroidery Inser
tion and Edging.
8ALE PRICE $1.(10
DON'T MISS THIS
White Embroidered Robes
SATURDAY WE PLACE ON SALE FirTY OF THESE ROBES; THE EMBROIDERY WORK
IS BEAUTIFUL; THE SKIRTS ARE CUT FULL AND PARTLY MADE; THE WAISTS HAVE SUr
FICIENT MATERIAL TO MAKE ANY STYLE WAIST. 8HOULD SELL AT $7.00. W OUR
PHICE FOR NEXT WEEK $55.00
L. B. KERR & CO., Ltd,
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xmrrr "". ' it n -' !rtfAL'fjirl ft'll!i JJFWpiriA. -irTlr "ik jfc islihlrir " i
OUR FUNERAL RATES for (he poor
and middle classes are as follows:
18.50, $1250, $1500, $1800; MlddlS
Class, $25 00, 135.00, $40 00, and up
ward to suit.
We can be found at all hours of the
day at our office and by Phone Main
179 and all hours of night by Phons
1120 FORT ST.
TO MOVE TO THC STORE
AT THE COR. Or TORT
will be In .action 'at i the old
store until the last minute.
& Go,. Ltd.
Tim Wwlily Edition of the Evening
Ilt.lletln gives s complete tumuihry of
IIih nawH of llio day For SI ' y"-
Weekly Bulletin St per year.
45c Hemstitched Drawers, good
Muslin. SALE PRICE 35
50e MuMIn Drawers with Em
8ALE PRICE 40t
65c Lace Trimmed Drawers with
Flounce. SALE PRICE. ...50
75c Embroidery Trimmed Draw
ers, good quality.
SALE PRICE (J0
$1.00 Ladles' Fine Muslin Draw
ers Trimmed with Embroid
ery. SALE PRICE S0-
$1.25 Ladles' Fine Muslin Draw
ers Trimmed with Lace.
SALE PRICE 05(
$2.00 Fine Muslin Drawers,
Trimmed with Embroid
ery and Fine Tucks
SALE PRICE Sl.nO
SALE OF UNDERWEAR IF YOU WANT
THAT'S WHAT CONSUMERS OP
Gordon's Dry Gin
say aftsr partaking of (hit
delicious production of
the 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
PHONE MAIN 140.
101 TO 105 S. KING ST.
CHEAPEST AND BEST IS
How About You?
A mlldf'ctlmulant aids diges
tion. If you want pure liquors
for home use we will supply
your favorite brand on short
Whiskeys wines, beers and
liqueurs by the tlottle at our
. The Criterion,
"-' 'PHONE MAINd." -'
J. M. Davis
SCWINQ MACHINE REPAIRER.
125C FORT ST. near BERETANIA.
8swlng machines for sale.
A maohlns olsansd and put In or
Gold Mounted BackCombs
IS HOTEL STREET nr. FORT. ST
OF FINE JEWELRY
NOW ON DISPLAY
W. R. PATTERSON
General Contracting and Jobbing',
Housepalntlng, Paperhanging, Grain
ing, Kalsamlnlng, Urlck, Cement and
Stone Work. Shop with Whittle, the
sign painter, corner Hotel and Union
streets. PHONE MAIN 3G1.
C5c Ladles' Muslin Gowns Trim
med with Lace and Embroid
ery. 8ALE PRICE 50p
COc Lace Trimmed Gowns. A
Bargain. SALE PRICE. ...75
$1.00 Embroidery Trimmed
Gowns, Low Neck and
SALE PRICE S5p
$1.25 Ladles' Fine Muslin
Gowns, Lace or Muslin
Trimmed. SALE PRICE $1.00
51. SO Low Neck Nlghi,Gowns,
Trimmed with Embroid
ery. SALE PRICE 81.20
$1.75 Flr.e Muslin Night
Gowns, Low Neck and
SALE PRICE 81.35
$2.00 Embroidery Trimmed
Muslin Night Gowns.
SALE PRICE Sl.fiO
TO SAVE MONEYI
Says Anegawa Did All
She Could To Aid
TI10 captain of the Japanese train
Inn ship AucKiinn tell mi entirely
different etoii fiom Hint of thu offi
cers 'mill passengers of the S 8. Mon
golia, regarding bin action recently
wlilln the Mongolia v. an on the net
at Midway Island. A representative
of llio Uulletln, on being shown to
Captain llnnnhusn's cabin on the Alio
gnnn, found him, with several of his
cinVi'rn, deeply engaged In decipher
ing llio itory In jesterdnj's Uulletln.
"This slor) Is utterly untrue, said
Ciptalu llanihiicn, "and I cannot be
lieve It emanated from the oltlccra of
the Mongolia. We did ever) thing pol
slide to assist the Mongolia. Wo did
not leave until we lent nil tin) stool
Mausers up had mid were nhsoliitel)
useless to liclp her, wbllo being con
stantly In danger ourselves. Hut,
even under tlicHe conditions, wo would
have stood by the Mongolia until thu
last, li.td wo not seen all pusscngcrH
rnfi ly lauded and karncd from Ilia
cable station that the Restorer, Un
fold mid Ituquols would. arrive next
day wllti proper tackle.
"A4 to nny officer of tho Mongolia
being ordered off the Allegata, thnt
Ik nliMitd. No one from tho Mongolia
boarded the Anegawa and no one was
ordered off. As wo wcro about to get
under way. Can aln I'otter enmo to
llio Anegawa In one of his small bonis
toned h) our launch. Owing to the
heavy kwcII It was Impossible for us
to use our gangway, so we lowered a
ihpc ladder When Cnntnln Porter
tamo nlotigxldn lio notified tho master
at urnis that ho was no longer juting
and spy, and could not hoard, but re
(liicHted Hint I (onie and talk to him.
Ho said he wished to liuve tho use of
or buy one of our launches. I was on
the bildge at tho time. I descended
10 the clerk as soon ns I received I1I1
message, and was hnlf-way dim 11 the
lope ladder to consult with him when
he pulled awn). I supposed that lie
had Kiinc merely to thank us for what
we had tiled lo do, and could not cur
ry out his Intention owing to the ex
it enin swell that was then running. I
hid no opportunity to talk to Captain
Porter and 'no one clso on the Alie
gnwn bad nuthorlty lo muko dlspot
Hon of our launch. Wo wire anxious
In do all In our power, and think the
whole story Is the result of a mlsun
ileistuiidlng." Lieutenant Commander Slmomurn.
an odUcr oif the Anegawa, sas: "Wo
approached 'Midway Island on the
evening of" IIIU lSlh Inst. We discov
ered thu Meingolla agiound and Kent
a bunt at once to Inquire ns to her
(ondltloii. Our boat returned at 9
o'clock, reporting that tho Mongolia
was fast on the reef but In no Imme
diate danger. As night bad fallen,
wo could do nothing before morning.
On the l Itlt wo sent a boat to the
Mongolia mid consulted with Captain
I'orter nit to ways unci means. He
wished a hawser to he put aboard and
wo proceeled to do so. Wo bad noth
ing larger than a live Inch steel table.
Wu made this double unci with gnat
ill tll ill t y. owing 10 (no luugli ma, sue
tieded In attaching both pieces In tho
Moiigolla'H seven Inch steel hawser.
Wo then nttacheil n six Inch Manila
lope lo the two five Inch cables, our
object being to taku up the length of
thu 1 ope on our winch, coming nearer
to llio Mongolia as wo did so, and pull
a hi 11 we came to tho steel cable.
However, tho day was gone when tlin
luiinccllous had been made, so we
constructed a buoy of heavy timbers
and attached tho ropa to It, throwing
iho whole thing overboard. Wo were
anchored about COO feet from tho Mon
golia, bo took a riifer anchorago fur
ther out for Hie night, expecting to re
turn In the morning and plclc up the
linoy. When morning cnnio wu could
Unci no tiiieo of the buoy, Wn spent
nearly tho whole clay grappling for
Hie hawsers Wo finally picked up
nun of the five Inch cables near the
Manchuria unci found thut tho other
end was strongly entnngled nt tho bot
tom, presumably on a eoral reef. Wo
then tried another means of locating
the hawsers nnd pithed up the Mi
llie Ii lope. Tho swell was very hiavy
it tho time and work very difficult.
riio rope t,ot entangled In our propel
ler and was bojciccI. This made a
further endeavor to rescue thu cabin
hopelc.hn. Having no more hawser of
sufficient size to bo of servlco and be
ing very short of coal, we decided
hat wo bad better pioeced 011 our
journey, having beard fnivi the cable)
iillleo Hint help would bo at hand on
Hie morrow'. Captain I'orter offered
to supply us with coal .but tho only
means of getting it on hoard was by
way of the small boats. Wo require
inn Ions a day, and with tho rough
-lea we could not get enough aboard
by that plan to bo of miy use. We
had only ICO Ions of coafwhen wo ar
rived nt Honolulu. Tho second day
altei our arrival wo sent a steam
launch to help land the Mongolia's
cargo. Wo wero greatly surprised lo
rend In thu Uulletln tnulght tho story
thnt purported to como from tho Mem
gnlla's officers. Wo must havo bceii
Vice Consul Matsubara was greatly
wnrhed up ovei tho story and said If
such u thing wcio tine It would put
Iho coiiiuiumler of the Anegawa in
dlllleull) at home. Ho had Investigut
ed the mutter unci believed that the
Mongolia people had made a mistake
One of tho head ofllcois of the Mon
golia, on being told Captain liana
busa'u version, would say nothing, but
meiely looked wise. "Is tho Anega
wa explanation coriect?" asked tho
Uulletln man, but the officer answcied
nary a word, "Is tho Uulletln story
coneet as li stnnds?" ventured tho 1 ex
porter. "I will say iiciHiIiik." said tho ofll
ier, "ion can Infer what you like from
NOW GOING ON.
Monster Semi-Annual Sale
0 of o
Wc offer a FRESH CONSIGNMENT of our
"Home-Made" Underwear .
Also, some splendid values in Ladies'
Knitted Vests from 10c up
I'rldny, September 28.
Stmr. Clatidliip, Parker, for Maul
ports, l.iiipiihochoo and Uilo. li p. in.
Stmr. .Manna, Lna, Slmerson, for Maul
and Hawaii ports, noon
Stmr. Maul, K. Dennett, from Kauai
ports, iiiio early in morning.
Hlinr. I.lkelll.e, Nnopalu, from Molo
knl. Muni nnd I.nnal ports, due early
A -II. H. 8. Nnvndnn, fircone, from
Kaliulul for Km rranelseo, due,
Per Stmr. Claudlne, for Maul nncl
Hawaii ports, Sept. 28. MrB. ami Mrs.
C. II Wells. A .1. Walt. Jno. ChalmcrH,
l Itomanc. II. II. Hake. V. CI. Wulker,
Miss Mury C. Tuvares. Miss May Tiv
vnres, Mrs. M, A. Tavares, Mrs. W. J,
Moody, Miss A. Coombs, K I'. Ia
Hlonel, J no. Hharpc, Miss Klmlra John
son, (leo. Strati niejer. Amy Htrnteme'y.
tr, II. V.. Cooke, II, J, Shoemaker, Mrs.
U Kealn, S. K. Lucas. MIsh Mury Kc-
ami, Mrs. J. M. Kcanti, '
i i i I ( L II. , .
VST- BULLETIN ADS. PAY -
UN1THI) STATES OV AMHItlCA.
IN THE DISTRICT COURT 01" Till:
UNITK1) STATUS TOK TIIK
TKIUIITOHY OF. HAWAII.
WhereoK. A libel was filed In, the
District Court of the United States for
tho Territory of Hawaii nil the SSIli
day of September, A, I). 190C, by Iho
Comineielal Pacific Cable) Company, a
corpointlou organized ami existing
under and lo; virtue of the laws of tho
Plate of Now York nnd doing business
within tho Territory of Hawaii, libel
lunt, versus tho steamship "Manehii
I la," her tackle, apparel, furniture,
engines, hollers, machinery, boats, up'
purteiiunces, c argo unci freight money,
and against nil persons Intervening for
their interests thcieln, libelee. In a
caiiso of salvage, civil and innrillme, to
recover the sum of $200,000, ns by said
libel, reference) lielng hereby mndo
thereto, will mom fully and at largo
Now, Therefore, In pursuanco of tlio
monition and under Iho seal of tho
court to mo directed and delivered, I
do hereby glvo public notice to all per
sons claiming the said steamship
"Munchurlti." hcrlackle, apparel, fur
niture, engines, boilers, machlneiy,
boats, appurtenances, cart!" and
freight money, etc, or n anytmaniier
Interested therein, that they lie lend
appear before tho said District Com t,
to bo held In the City of Honolulu, ou
Friday, tho nth day of October, A. D.
190G, at ten o'clock In the focencyui of
that day, provided the same shall be a
day of Juilndlctlon; otherwise on thu
next day of jurisdiction thereafter,
there and then to Interpose their
claims and make their allegations In
that behalf, otherwise default and con
demnation will bo ordered.
Dated tho SSIli day of September, A,
12. n. IH2NDUY,
Hallou and Marx, proctors for libel
lant. Sept. 28, 29; Oct, 1, 2, 3, -I, 5.
gets to the foundation of
the dirt and cleanses
thoroughly. There's noth
ing superficial about Ho
nolulu made Soap.
FOR A CASE
Delivered to Your Kitchen
Works Co, Ltd.,
F. L. WALDRON, Agir.t.
MEAL TICKET8 14.50 21 MEALS.
COR. HOTEL AND ALAKEA 8TS.
A new book that contains
practical Information, for the
amateur and professional pho
tographer, condensed; boiled
down; easily found,
A complete photographic II
tbrary Irt'ltself. Covers the , ,
whole range of everyday pho-.
Henolulu PtiQtaSupply Co..
1st. Chambers Drue Co.'s
2nd. All .hi Others
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Foct and King; Stt.
PHONE MAIN (31
Of a .
UNLE88 YOU HAVE A GOOD ONE,
A SUDDEN HOT 8PELL WILL
It's a serous thing when something
goes wrong with the refrigerator. You
cannot afford to have one that won't
stand sudden spells of heat, for the
whole family Is completely at Its
sold by us combines all the merits
that an exacting housewife associates
with good refrigerators. They're hy
gienic, strong, tight and comnact. We
don't know of any near so good.
Safeguard yourself against future
trouble with one.
H. Hackfeld & Co.,
The Weekly Edition nf h rur.ln
Bulletin gives a complete summary cf
tho newt of the day.
o OF o
.TUESDAY, OCTOBER 2d, 1906,'-
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
nt the reside nfp of A. A Deag. 1377
King HI reel, 'near Keeauineilcn St,
there Nvlll l.tf sold' ' 'f c
Verandah Hookers, -
Morris Chair, '
.Sectional llookcatie, ,
Ono Handsome Duffel,
Iron Heels, Springs, Mattresses,
Ono Dinner Set,
Crockery, Cooking Utensils.
JA8. F. MORGAN,
I11IA, KANSAS CITY,
CHICAGO. ST. LOUIS
And All Principal Eastern PolnU.
Be aura your ticket reseU via Ua
for full Information call oa
8. F. BOOTH, Q. A.,
Ferry Building, San Francisco, Cat.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
G83 S. BERETANIA 8T,
TELEPHONE BLUE 881. '
Wing Wo Tal & Co.
DEALERS IN IMPORTED GENERAL
UNIQUE ARTICLE8 OF ALL KINDS.''
Tel. Main 21', p. o. Box 048.'
PRACTICAL PAINTER AND PAPER'
KALSOMININQ AND GRAINING.
GABRIAL DAVIEN. .
CORNER NUUANU and PAUAHI 8t.
S. H. WEBB
GUN AND LOCKSMITH.
GENERAL REPAIR SHOP.
Safea eo)nnH. Tunuirll... nmmU t.
esters and Sewing Machlnec, Lawn
Mowers cleaned, adjusted and repaired
REMOVED TO UNION STREET.
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