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KVENINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. H.. THURSDAY, OCT. 11, 1906.
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Last quarter of thrj moon Oct. lvth.
Thursday, October 11
Stmr. Clandlne, Parker, from Mnul
and Hawaii ports, 3:1S a. m.
O H. S. Ventnta, Haywnnl, from Hiu
Colonies, 8 n, m.
If yon want your don to be strong
make Spratt's puppy biscuits or dog
cakes a part of his regular diet. Thus
you will avoid distemper, Ms and
mange In dogs. Hard bits of puppy
biscuits aid fjreatly In teething.
NEW SUPPLY JUST IN.
E. O. HALL S:
COn. KINO and TORT STS.
Dry Goods and Shoe Store
WITH ONE Or THE FINEST LINES OF LADIES' DRESS GOODS
EVER SHOWN IN HONOLULU.
An extensive and excellent stock of NOTIONS and NOVEL
TICS arc also displayed.
GENTS' and LADIES. FURNISHING GOODS exhibited eon
cist of a complete atsortme nt of patterns, of the latest style.
Our Shoe Line
WILL BE A LEADING SPECIAL.
We Invite you to visit the store.
HONOLULU UNDERTAKING CO.,
Bishop Trust Co.,
. For Rent
One store on Fort St. $25 00 per mo.
Dwelling house Pensacola and Wilder
Ave, $25.00 per month.
2 1 4 acres adjoining Baseball Grounds
Rental $35 00 per month. Could be
Kalmukl 120.000 square feet; 8 large
lots; $300.00 per lot.
Puunul 50,000 square feet; cleared;
between car and Country Club. A
I CAN SELL
YOUR REAL EtfTATE OR BUSI
NESS NO MATTER WHERE LOCA
TED. Properties and Business of alt
kinds sold quickly for cash In all
parte of the United States. Don't
wait. Write today describing what
you have to sell and give cash price
IF YOU WANT TO BUY
any kind of Business or Real Estate
anywhere, at any price, write me
your requirements. I can save you
time and money,
DAVID P. TAFF,
THE LAND MAN.
415 Kansas Avenue,
REAL ESTATE FOH SALE.
S Building Iota in Manoa Valley, 1-2
acre each, $1000 a lot.
Beautiful site, braelng air, magnifi
Albert F. Along,
Telephone Main 407. P. O. Box 795.
832 FORT 8T.
STOCK ANP BOND BROKER.
MEMBER HONOLULU STOCK AND
P. H. Burnette.
Attorney-at-Law and Notary Public.
Real Estate, Loans, Collections.
Aaent to Grant Marrlaae Licenses.
Phonea; Office Main 310; Rat.Wh.1M1i
OUR FUNERAL RATE8 for the poor
and middle classes are as follows!
(8-50, $12 50, 115.00, $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
179 and all hours of night by Phone
1120 FORT ST.
"g gl-LJUU lllll'IIBI
,137 MERCHANT STREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
IN KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION
and Other Desirable Localities.
HpMES FOR SALE
ON-WILDER and GULICK AVES.
No Reasonable Offer Refuted.
fi THE GQBWEBGAFE,.
QUEEN and ALAKEA STS.
TEL. MAIN 492.
s-Camara & Co., Props.-
manufactured from Dure ditt lied
ter. Delivered to any part of olty by
OAlll ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone Blua 3151.
WHILE IT LA8T8, GOOD
Guava Jelly, 6c a Lb.
FACTORY HOTEL STREET
'PHONE BLUE 1411.
OF BREAD, CAKE8, COOKIE8, ETC,
EVERY DAY AT THE
PERFECTION HOME BAKERY
Thoroughly Baked and Thoroughly
Tnat all men's palatet are pleated
with the fare served by the
Corner HOTEL and BETHIL ST3.
SHf BULLETIN ADS. PAY TX
k best I
fife b i ... J
Cannot Be Equaled By Any Other
Flour In This Market.
$1.25 a bag
Henry May & Co.,
22 Telephone 22
Tli(itt um. Wo hvu the
KUocIm find the know
how. INo better hocIu
water wciM over Mer-vuct.
& Co.. Ltd.
NEW - TO-DAY
On Iiir to tlm Interest Hint Is bring
Inkui hy n number of Ilia ladles In
pieparaior) work for tlm Klutlergar
li'ii c nteitnlnment tci Ihi given iy
Mix Mult In the last or November, tlm
l.adlcH' Society of Central Union
Church will hold their I'ulr at Hit' res-
Memo of 1'. .1. Low ley, on Satiiltlay,
November lTtli. lllOC. 3510 11
Per O. S. 8. Ventura, toilay, for Him
I'faiiflKto Mr. anil Mr. C. A. NimI,
A. N. Camtiliell. I'rauteln Mauer. S. K.
filaclo, W. I). Sleep, 1). T. Sleep. MlK
Mucl.ymont, Mm, Dittili.tr. .Mrs. II. ;.
HlKliton. (.. II. Kluegel, S. Itosenberg.
K. V. JeimltiKH. Mr. imil Mrs. Witln
biati, I S. Woolsey, Mr. mill Mrs. V.
Stoiin. Mr. ami Mix. Wntil, Allen M.
Cither, l. lleiiMin ntnl wife. Mih. (1. II.
Spawn ntnl child, Mrs. C. K. Mahler
ami tlillil. Maty A. Williamson, Miss
M. Phillips, Mr. ami .Mrs. Mtllreevy,
MrH. II. J Doiilson ntnl ton, I'ranclj
L. Ame.1. A. II It. Vleria. Misses Mc
Millan ami llttliaway, H. Allaiiu, 'I.
Knrslmoto, 0. Nakaiiiuia, A. Knnuk.i
(luerra. V. (Milliners, II. noiilmi.
l'er hark (ieorgu Curtis, lotlay, for
Anatorli'H. Mrs. Tyrrell, Mm. Tullle,
Mrs, Want, A. U. rilnee, I.ouli Itey,
Tlm llawnllntt i:ngltieerlng Aurneln
Hon will mi el tonight. A. Hartley will
lenil a paper on the lung distance
transmission plant at Wnlnllin
An Elephant Shooting the
Chutes Was Caught
An ordinary lens Is too
slow to get clear pictures of
Why not equip your camera
with a ZEISS TESSAR?
Ready for inspection, with
samples of work at
Honolulu Photo Supply Co,,
" Everything Photographic "
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Tluirsday. October 11.
O S. S Ventura. Iln u.nil. for Sau
Kiattclsco, 2 p. m.
Am up. deorgc Curtis, Kelly, for
Anaturles, 9 a. ni.
Per Btmr. CI iiiillne. from Maul ntnl
ll.inall ports, Oct. Jl. Mrs. (leo. Cock
it t, Mrs. J. H. Parker, (1. C. Ilofgaaul
and wife. Miss E. Uofgaard, Mrs. S. K.
Kllton, Miss Mary Kekaltil. Mrs. J. L.
Lawrence, Mm. do Carmo, Mrs. C. S
Jackson, S. K. Taylor. Miss Taj lor,
Heo. Mxro. II. MeN'Icbol, Itev. C U
Hong, Itev. K. Ilomura. T. Ozawn and
1'iom the Colonies, p.r S. S. Veil
tuia. Oct. II. Fium Sjilney: Col. II
Wlllanl Pri'itcli. Mr. ami Mrs. L. .
P. Owen ami nlet, Dr. II. Sliupnun
New land, MIks A. Keene, Mr. anil
Mih. J. Samuel, MIkm tleryl Samuel,
Arlliur Isaacs, Mrs. !'. IIIaurly. ,
U. 8. Weather Hureau,
Temperatures n a. in., "C; 8 a, in..
SO; 10 n. m 81; noon, 83; morning
Ilarometer, 8 n. m., 30 02; absolute
lininldlty.. 8 a. in., s SOI grains per
(ttblu foot; relative humidity, 8 n. 111..
TO per cent; dew point, 8 a. in.. 72.
Wlmt C n. m., eloi.lty , direction
N. i:.; 8 a. m., eloclty (i, illreitlon N.
i:.; 10 a. 111., velocity fi, illiectlon N. II. j
noon, eloelty 15, direction N. K.
ltalnfall during 24 hours ended 8 a.
m.. .01 Indi.
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended at noonr J SO inllcx.
WM. D.- 8TOCKMAN,
Section Director, United States
(Continued from Page 1)
the ease with tlm exception of Hie fact
that Ford bud bieu discharged fiom
the employ of the company. The Veil
tnra'8 First Olllcer, when put on Hie
htaiid rather damaged the case of the
defense than helped It. as be lexllllcil to
Instructing tlm police, officer tu urre-,1
Ford, a jiolul which tlm Rleamshlp com
pany lias been trying to disprove
through the earlier part of tbo trial.
He also staled Hint Im hail 110 Idea
of going to tlm polite station to plate a
charge against Ford and In answer to
a ipiestloti of Judge Dole'M stated that
be expet ted that u charge of drunk and
illsoideily would lie placed against the
man ami that as there would bit no
one to appear against lilm In the morn
ing, the ship having sailed, bo would
be lelenscil. I'mler there circumstances
It seems that tbo ofllcerH of the Ven
tura think they ran have a man put In
Jail on their own say so, kept In and
kept over night without even expttt
lug to have a trial held, thus making
the pollen machinery tlm means of tar
tying out their plaiiH as they and not
the law sees lit,
Engineer Sullivan lestllled that In tbo
cast! of the. first arieat tbo Flist Oflkci
had placed Ills hand on Ford's should
er mid bad said to tlm polire olllcer
"There's jour man. Takn him along.
Fold was silting at the mess table In
tbo forecastle at the time and In an
swer to a question Sullivan stated that
tliero was no food on the table us the
members of the mess bad (brown It at
earb other long before. In tbo case ol
tlm second ttrrest ho staled that be had
toiiml Ford apparently nslcep and that
bo bud waked tlm Ml email up by shuk
lug him mill that when going off Hi?
gangway tlm flist olllcer bud told the
police to place a charge of assault,
drunk and dlnuideily against blm.
HI8TORY OF VENTURA VOYAGE
Hailed from Sydney Sept. 24th, 2:211
p. in.; from Auckland Sept. 29th, 3:1S
u. 111,; Horn I'ugn Pago Oct. 3d, 12:39
p. m. Arrived at Honolulu Oct. 11th.
(i:35 a. 111. Tlmo from Bydnoy, 17
day.-t. in hours, in minutes.
All members of tbo College Hills
Impiovcmcnt Club art) cordially In
vited to the meeting of the Munna Im
provement Club at Jiulgo Cooper's,
I'litipueo, tomorrow night.
On account of northwest swells, Hie
Clandlne on her voyage In, was unable
to laud at Nablkit and Kcanae.
A young man for permanent clerical
position. Addiesa T. O., this otlk-c.
I INDIAN HEAD SUIT Skirt hac six tucks trimmed with fan
ey buttons. Jacket Is cut with an Eton Bolero, nicely trimmed;
short tleevet-$3,50 THE SUIT.
II LINEN FINISH SUIT Skirt hat tlx up anddown tuckt;
two tuckt around bottom; Eton effect Jacket; well tailored and
trimmed with pearl buttons $5,50 THE 8UIT.
T ALTERATIONS FREE.
8EE WINDOW DISPLAY.
How to Sloop Well
WE HAVE THE LARQE8T AND
BE8T-AS8ORTED 8T0CK IN
H, OUR PRICES ARE BEDROCK X
Coyne Furniture Co.
UNION AND HOTEL 8TREET8
gets to the foundation of
the dirt and cleanses
thoroughly. There's1 noth
ing superficial about Honolulu-made
FOR A CA8C
Delivered to Your Kitchen
Works Co , Ltd.,
F. L. WALDRON, Agtr.t
LUKE ROGERS it back again from
Maul, clipping hortet at the old ttand,
corner Punchbowl and King Streett.
fMT F,n Job Printing at the Bul
commenced this morning
Bargains will be offered In all departments FOR ONE WEEK ONLY.
A visit to our Shoe Department will reveal great bargains In new ttyl
Don't fall to visit our Clothing and Furnishing Department; you will
find what you want at one-half Its value.
DRE8S GOODS, MU8LIN UNDERWEAR, HOSIERY AND MILLI
NERY, ALL AT GREATLY REDUCED PRICE8.
L. B. KERR
MEAL TICKETS 14.60 21 MEAL8.
COR. HOTEL AND ALAKEA 8T8.
1st. Chambers Drug Co. 's
2nd. All the Others
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Fott and King; St.
PHONE MAIN 131
Clever new literature that It being
widely read. Jutt arrived:
POWER LOT, by Sarah P. McLean
MAX FARQU8, by Owen Johnson.
THE PASS, by Stewart Edward White
ANN BOYD, by Will N. Harben.
THE DISTRACTIONS OF MARTHA,
by Marlon Hartand.
THE LEADER, by Mary Dillon.
BLIND ALLEY3, by Geo. Cary Eggle.
Hawaiian News Co.,
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDINQ.
AND OTHER PIANOS.
THAYEI PIANO COMPANY.
168 AND 158 HOTEL STREET,
Opposite Young Hotel.
"For Rent" carda on tale at the
& CO., Ltd.,
FRIDAY OCTOBER 12th, 1906,
At my BoVsroom, 847 Knahumanu St.,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M,
Thete will bo sold
14 Volumes of Dickens' Works,
1G Volumes of Cooper's Works,
12 Volumes of Thackeray's Works,
15 Volumes of My Lady's 'Library,
Works of Shakespeare,
Pilgrim's Progress, by Ilunyan.
Personal lteintntscences of William
The Legends and M)tbs of Hawaii,
by Ills Hawaiian Majesty Kalakaua,
JA8. F. MORGAN,
lllli, KANSAS CITY,
CHICAGO, ST. LOUIS
And All Principal Eastern PoInU
B tart) your ticket rtadt via tt
Wot full Information call 0
8. P. BOOTH, 0. A.,
Perry Building, San Prancltco, Cat.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Ordtr,
Picture Framing a Specialty,
663 8. BERETANIA 8T.
TELEPHONE BLUE 881.
Wing Wo Tal & Co.
DEALER8 IN IMPORTED GENERAL
UNIQUE ARTICLES OF ALL KINDS.
841 NUUANU 8TREWT.
Tal. Main 26 P. O. 8o MS.
PRACTICAL PAINTER AND PAPER
KAL80MINING AND GRAINING.
CORNER NUUANU and PAUAHI 8tt,