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KVKNINO BULLETIN. HONOLPH1, T. H., FRIDAY, OCT. 5, 1806.
" Start Bight
Then Go Ahead."
lo Davy Crockett reviled. Start hatching right and you will have
very little trouble railing chicks. Begin hatching In the fall and
ralte the young chlckt during the winter and early spring months.
That Is the experience of observant poultrymen here. Less like
lihood of sorehead and chicks are stronger. Besides, they do not
moult the following fall and they begin laying Just when the price
of egg Is highest.
A CYPHERS INCUBATOR
will start you right. CYPHERS BROODERS will Keep you Right
when the chicks come. FULL NEW LINE NOW READY.
B. O. HALL & SON, Limited,
COR. KINO and FORT ST8.
HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL POULTRY 8UPPLIE8.
HONOLULU UNDERTAKING CO..
How to Sleep Well
WE HAVE THE LARQE3T AND
BEST-ASSORTED STOCK IN
X Ot X. X X X X X X M X M X V. X
X'OUR PRICES ARE BEDROCK M
Coyne Furniture Co
UNION AND HOTEL STREETS
Blank books of all aorta, ledgers
etc.. manufactured by the Bulletin Pub
Flnr Jcsj Printing at the Bulletin.
Our Semi-Annual Sale
JUST RECEIVED A FINE LINE LADIES' MU8LIN UNDERSKIRTS, NIGT DRE88E8 AND
DRAWER8, WHICH WE WILL PLACE ON 8ALE FOR ONE WEEK. SALE COMMENCING. SAT
URDAY, 8EPTEMBER 29.
75c Embroidery Trimmed Skirts
Good Value. 8ALE PRICE,. G5t
S5c Lace Trimmed Skirls. A
Good Seller. SALE PRICE 75
$1.00 Good Muslin Skirt, trim
med with Lace Insertion
and Edge. BALE PRICE.. 85
$1.25 Muslin Skirt with Lace
,or Embroidery Edge.
8ALE PRICE 91.00
(1.50 Muslin Skirt with Fine
SALE PRICE $1.20
$1.75 Embroidery Trimmed
Skirt with Large Tucks.
BALE PRICE ,...j $1.35
$2.00 Muslin Skirt Trimmed
with Embroidery Inser
tion and Edging,
. ,0ALE PRICE $1.00
DON'T MI8S THI8
White Embroidered Robes
SATURDAY WE PLACE ON 8ALE FIFTY OF THESE ROBES; THE EMBROIDERY WORK
IS BEAUTIFUL; THE 8KIRTS ARE CUT FULL AND PARTLY MADE; THE WAISTS HAVE 8UF
FICIENT MATERIAL TO MAKE ANY 8TYLE WAIST. SHOULD SELL -AT $7X10. flajr- OUR
PRICE FOR NEXT WEEK-$5.00 t
OUR FUNERAL RATES for the poor
and middle classes are as follow;
W.50, $12.50, $15.00, $18.00; Middle
Class, $25.00, $35.00, $40.00, and up
ward to suit.
We can be found at all hours of the
day at our office and by Phone Main
170 and all hour of night by Phone
1120 FORT ST.
yourself with a glass of sparkling,
snappy soda at our fountain. It Is
charged so that you feel the snap all
the way down. Seventy flavors.
& Go.. Ltd.
The Weekly Edition at the Evening
riulletln gives a complete summary of
tbe nows of the day. For SI a year.
Weekly Bulletin SI psr year.
45c Hemstitched Drawers, good
Muslin. SALE PRICE 35
50c Muolln Drawera with Em
SALE PRICE 40t
05c Lace Trimmed Drawera with
Flounce. 8ALE PRICE.... 50
75c Embroidery Trimmed Draw
era, good quality,
SALE PRICE GO(J
$1.00 Ladles' Fine Muslin Draw- '
ere Trimmed with Embroid
ery. 8ALE PRICE 80t
$1.25 Ladle? Fine Muslin Draw
era Trimmed with Lace.
SALE PRICE 05(
$2.00 Fine Muslin Drawers,
Trimmed with Embroid
ery and Fine Tucks.
SALE PRICE 81.00
8ALE OF UNDERWEAR IF YOU WANT
KERR & CO.,
has th honor to present the four-net
A Woman's Honor
BY JOHN FRASEK.
On the evening of
Friday, Oct. 5, 1916,
for the bencllt of nno or more of the
Admission: 25 cts., CO els, $1.00.
Music by thti Wisconsin's orchestra,
the Wisconsin's string and Vocal
Seats on sale at Orpheum.
Doors will ho open at 7:30 p. m..
Curtain raise at 8: in p. m. shnrp.
THURSDAY AND SATURDAY,
OCTOBER 4 AND 6
The Mad Musician
IN HIS GREAT MU8ICAL ACT
MDLLE. ALEXANDRA AND
NOVEL AERIAL ACT
8TRONQ COMPANY OF FUN
MAKERS. Don't miss the great Passion Play
on the Moving Picture Machine, with
special music arranged for the organ.
8eats on sate at the BERGSTROM
MUSIC CO., LTD. '
ANY TIME "g
BJBJ EVERY DAY
HAWAIIAN ORAM HUTS I
OPEN-AIR SKATING RINKI
ANIMALS, BIRDS, ETC, ETC.I
OONT MISS A QOOD TIMEI
The Weekly Kdttlon of the Droning
Bulletin giver a complete summary of
th nawe of the dM. Far 1 a yer.
05c Ladles' Muslin Gowns Trim
med with Lace and Embroid
ery; 8ALE PRICE 50t
90c Lace Trimmed Gowns. A
Bargain. SALE PRICE.... 75
$1,00 Embroidery Trimmed
Gowns, Low Neck and
8ALE PRICE 85t
$1.25 Ladles' Fine Muslin
' Gowns, Lace or Muslin
Trimmed. 8ALE PRICE $1.00
(1.50 Low Neck Night Gowns,
Trimmed with Embroid
ery. SALE PRICE, ...'..$1.20
$1.75 Flr.e Muslin Night
Gowns, Low Neck and
SALE PRICE S1.35
$2.00 Embroidery Trimmed
Muslin Night Gowns.
SALE PRICE 81.00
TO 8AVE MONEYI
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Full moon Oct. 2d at 2:17 a. in.
Times of these tides not stated In
Times of tbe tide are taken from
the United States Coast and Oeodetlo
Hawaiian1 standard time la 10 boura
io ulnutea slower than Greenwich
lime, being that of the taerldlun of 157
degrees 30 minutes. The time whistle
blows at 1:30 p. in., which la the same
aa Greenwich, 0 hours 0 minutes. Sua
and moon are for local time for the
Friday, October D.
1'. M. 8. B. Doric, Smith, from tho
Orient, 8 a. m.
i i -
Thursday, October 4.
V. S. tug Iroquois, for Sheridan,
Stmr. Mlkahnla, S. Thompson, for
Kami orts, & p. in.
Friday, October 6.
Ur. sp. Falrport, Armstrong, for Port
Tovtnsend, 9:25 a. in.
I'. M. S. S. China, Fricle, for the
Orient, C a. m.
Stmr. Doric, Smith, for San Fran
cisco, 4 p. m,
Stmr. Clandlne, nPrkcr, for Maul and
Hawaii ports, 6 p. m.
Per O. ft O. S. S. Doric, from tho
Orient, Oct. D.-rKor Honolulu: W. I.
Dyer, J. FuJIyoshl, For San Francis
co: Mrs. O. V. Kngleharr. J. E. Ea
gan. V. I.., JUrlll, C. V. McCoy, II. J.
llrett, W. R. Lawrence, (1. K. Clax
lon, V. A. Grow, Mrs. K. II. Wil
liams, a. Dykeman, II, w. Moorman,
Dr. K. It. Stlt4;-tr. S. N.; Mrs. J. K.
t:agan and Infant, Miss J. McCarthy,
C. ri. do Ilruhle, W. II. Lackey, W.
Oouda, K. Sustikl, Mrs. F. A. Grow,
Mrs. 12. Donegfkue, F. J. Ilcpldo, Low
Way. VU .
DORK M QUIT
The Occidental and Oriental S. S.
Doric arrlved.,)hls morning from the
Orient, docking' at tho U. 8. Quaran
tine wharf a(,8 'o'clock. She has a
small passenger list,' only two being
The Doric carries a very valuable
cargo for tho, Coast. The .cargo In
cludeM about $1,240,000 worth of silk
and nearly a million dollars' worth of
upturn. There. Ih also $250,000 In gold
on board. Her freight totals 3.4 8G tons
of which 427 tons wag unloaded here.
Thu vessel bad an exceptionally
quick run from Yokohama, making
tho distance In a lew hours over nlno
days. Thu weather was flnu all Ih"
way ncruxB. She left Hongkong Sep
tember 14, Shanghai on tho 18lh and
Yokohama on tho 2Gth.
Thin Is tli last voyago of tho Doric
under the llrltlsh flag, and tho last
voyago of her present ofllcerH In her.
They are uuw on their way home. On
arriving at San Francisco tho Doric
becomes the Asia, taking tho placo of
tho Mongolia during tho tlmo that tho
latter vessel Is laid up for repairs.
At tho time of the typhoon which re
cently did no much damage at Hong
kong tho'Dorlc was four daya out. At
Yokohama It was learned that many
vessels had heon run ashore and gomu
sunk, so tho officers of tho Doric con
sider that they- wcro fortunate to get
away when thoy did. Purser Charles
Thorn states that the Nippon Yusen
Kalsha has telegraphed Its agents to
accept no cargo for Hongkong because
(hero aro no' facilities for discharging
In addition to her cabin passengers,
tho Doric has four Koreans, nlno Chi
nese and 240 Japanese.
IIIlo, Oct. 2. Tho experiment In the
commercial growing of tobacco being
made by J, Kretschamer at Ilamakua Is
progressing In a highly satisfactory
manner. The crop planted Is ready
for cutting mid In appearance all It
ought to be. The sweating process to
follow gives tho flavor uud texture, tb
the leaf, and as tho .proof of the cigar
Is In tho smoking, full assurance or
success can como only with tho finished
article. Tlid variety being tried is the
Vuelta Aliajo. a Cuban tobacco, and
the best and highest-priced grown. It
lii worth iih high as 4 a pound and as
there will ha about a ton of tobacco on
this acre mid a half It would appear
to be u profitable crop. Some samples
of the leaf were 'sent lo Geo. II. Wil
liams of the Territorial land office and
are exhibited In his window.
DtiKtv RhnnripH -"Willie, who Invent
cd gas stoves?" Weary Willie "I don't
know; sumo hobo, I guess. '
liven tho man that knows it all has
to consult a time-table occasionally.
WE ARE THIS WEEK MAKING A DISPLAY OF NEW
Laces and Trimmings '
which we can safely say are absolutely the VERY FINEST ever
A glance at our window will convince you.
New Dress Goods
In FANCY MOHAIRS, QREY, WOOLLENS, CHIFFON BROAD
CLOTHS In Cream, Blaok, Navy, Grey, Lavender, Green and Cardinal.
Cannot Ba Equaled By Any
Flour In Thla Market.
$1.25 a bag
Henry May & Co.,
Judge. Lindsay Taking
Advice Before He
Sumo of tho people of this city have
been greatly Htirprisod over the fact
that they lmve sums of money due them
from the United Slutcs Treasury as tin)
lemainderof deposits In tbe Postal Sav
ings bank of the Kingdom and Ilepub
llc of Hawaii. Among those who are
so fortunate was Judge Lindsay, of the
local circuit l-ourt, who has found that
tho sum of seventy-seven cents Is due
him. i .
When asked this morning how hn In
tended to spend bis newly found for
tune ho said:
"Well, you may be nuro of one thing.
I am not going to get a swelled head
over the fact that I have so much
money, I expect to keep on In the even
tenor of my way Just as If no ovont ot
this kind hndovcr occurred. Of course
I might buy Ii couplb of sugnr planta
tions with part of my nowly acquired
funds hut my friends In tho city need
uot fear that tbe accumulation of su
niuch wealth wll have any bud olfects
"I have been In consultation with
my attorney, Mr. Douthltt, whom, you
see here now, and ho will, probably nil
vise me as to tho best way of Investing
the money, I plnco .the fullest con
fidence li his judgment as I understand
from what I huvo heard while uwuy
that he is extremely Judicious In the
Investment' of funds."
Per stmr. Mlkahaln, for Kanal portB.
Oct. 4. Miss A. Dreler,- Mra. V. L
Wright. P, I. Peters, Oeo. II. Falrrhlld.
Mrs. Mosber, S. Kaul and wife, II, 1',
Faye, VV, M. Qlffurd, Mm. W. 0. King,
Mrs. M. Peters, Mrs. P. I. Peters. J, 11,
Fuller, Mrs. Kopa, Mrs. Fay, -It., Ivers.
V. Wong, I.ce 8am.
The 118 square miles of London aro
lighted by 4,74 electric nre lights, 1185
electric Incandescent lights, S0.000 In
candescent gns Inmps, and 18,48 flat
frame gas burners.
"For Rent" cards on salt at the
fe best I
MEAL TICKETS $4.6021 MEAL8.
COR. HOTEL AND ALAKEA ST 8.
A new book that contains
practical Information, for the
amateur and professional pho
tographer, condensed; boiled
down; easily found.
A complete photographic li
brary In Itself. Covers the
whole range of everyday pho
Honolulu PhotflSnpply Co..
1st. Chambers Drug Go. 's
2nd. All tin Others
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Fott and King; Sts.
PHONE MAIN Of
Has no equal in this market.
Sold by aU grocers.
H.HACKFELD fc CO,
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ON TUESDAY, OCTOBER 9,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
at the residence of Mr. K. T. Herrlck,
to. H16 Alexander street, I Will sell
at public, auction, on account of depar
ture irom the city, i
comprising pieces of art furniture,
flemish Oak Carved Hall Chair,
Solid Mahogany Library Table,
Handsome Carved Mahogany Hocher
Flemish Oak Chairs and Itockers,
Carved and Intuit Itockers,
Antlquo Klva, Bhlrvan and Cash-
Stolns and Decorated Plates,
A Itoyal Vienna Chocolate Set,
Cut (llasswarc. Crockery,
A Massive Drugs IJedstead,
A Battenberg Ileil Set,
Oak Chiffoniers and Dressers,
Take Uerctanla St. or Punahou cars.
JAS. F. MORQAN.
anSRaafirl I aV
UNION PACIFIC ;i
. TO A 4
IAIA, KANSAS CITY. ' ,
CIICAIO, ST. LOUIS J
s And All Principal Eastern Points. 4
No Change F
B nt. yonr ticket mda Tte tts .3.
UNION PACIFIC. ..
War full InformatloD can oat - ii
8. P. BOOTH, 4. A., J
Frry Building, San Franolae, CaL ; ' ,
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing Specialty.
683 . BERETANIA ST.
TELEPHONE BLUE Ml.
Wing Wo Tal & Co.
DEALERS IN IMPORTED GENERAL
UNIQUE ARTICLES OF ALL KINDS.
Ml NUtlANLl .raarsaV
T.I. Main 2f. 'a, ; Kov SO.
PRACTICAL PAINTER AND PAPER
KAL80MININ0 AND GRAINING.
CORNER NUUANU and PAUAHI 8ts.
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