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EVENINO. BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. 1!.. MONDAY. NOV. 5. 1906.
Honolulu Commandery Reuular
G p m.
All visiting members of the
order are cordially luvlted to at
tend meetings ot local lodge.
HARMONY LODGE, No. t, I. 0. O. I.
Meets every Monday evening at 7:80
(n I O. O F. Had. Fort ttreet
K H. IIHNDUY. Secretary.
C. O. IIOITHL. N. 0.
All visiting bro'.bera very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. tf P.
Meets every Tuesday evening at
7:30 o'rlock In K. ot P. Hall, Kiu
etrfcet. Visttlnr brotbera cordially lu
TIN to attend,
O. J. WHITEHEAD, O.C.
P. WALDUON. KJt.8.
OAHU LODQE, No. 1, K. ef P.
Meets every Friday evenlrg at
K. P. Uall, Kins street, at 7:30. Mem
bers ot Mystic Lodje, No. 2, Win. Mo
fOnley Lodee. No. 8, and Yltltlog
brotbera cordially Invited.
A. D. DOND. C. O.
A. 9. KENWAY, K.R.I.
HONOLULU LODGE 61V, B. P. O. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. tit, D. P. O. H,
will meet In tbelr ball, .n Miller
and Deretanla streets, every Friday
lly order of the E. R.
HARRY H. SIMPSON,
it. K. MURRAY, E.R.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No. I, K.ef P.
Meets erarv Saturday evenlna at
T:J0 o'clock In K. ot P. HallKin
treat Visiting brother cordially in
Ho to attend.
M. M. JOUNSON. C.a
E. A. JACOllSOJf, K.R.H.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 0. E.
Meets on tbe 2nd and 4th WEDNK8
DAY evenings ot eacb month at 7:31
o'clock In K. of P. Hall, King streL
VUltlng Eagles aro Invited tr at
BAM McKEAGOE, W.P.
H. T. MOORE. W. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE Ne. 1, I. O. It M.
Meet every second and femrth
FRIDAY of each month In 1. 0. G. T
Visiting brother cordially Invited to
W. F. DRAKE. 8achem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of R.
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 563, Y. M. I.
Meets every second and fourth Wed
nesday of each month at San Antonio
IlaU. Visiting brothers cordially In
IrrO to attend.
T. F. McTIOHB. Prei.
E. V. TODD. Secy.
Anything on Wheels
Wanted? We can make it and
make It right.
Yes, It takes knowledge to do It,
but we claim to have this knowledge.
We combine this knowledge with
honest endeavor and good factory
equipment, and by so doing are able
to Ml an order for anything on
wheels. We turn out the order Just
as the customer wants it at a price
that is the minimum in carriage
ai QUCEN 8T. TEL. MAIN 47.
P. O. BOX -193.
C. W. ZEIGLER Manager
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHlNERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES (or Irrigation
'purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to JOB WORK, and reoalrr
W. R. PATTER80N
General Contracting and Jobbing,-,
Housepsliitlng, Paperhanglng, Grain-'
Ing, Kslsomlnlng, Brick, Cement and t
Stone Work, Shop with Whittle,, the
sign painter, corner Hotel and Union I
streets, PHONE MAIN .iCt I
THE HAWAIIAN REALTY AND MA I
TUniTY CO,, LTD,
'nisi EsUI'i MorlQui Uosni and In '
Officii Mclnlyn UMo- Honolulu, Tll.
o BOX W, , PMONB MAIN Ml. (
g '-"! .I . r k y
a Blend 1J it
Vr 'Un LXJ tlj
1'HEIW .J Q
ltOH..-f "? """1
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RUPCriOID Is by far the beet roof
ing made It Is water-proof, weather
proof, acid proof, fire-resisting and
It Is ready-to-lay and Is Invaluable
for dwelling houses, stables, barns,
poultry houses, factories, foundries,
In order to avoid worthless imita
tions see that the name "RUBEROID"
Is stamped on the under side of every
strip, every four feet throughout the
Lewers & CpQke,
177 8. KING ST. '
can be obtained by telephoning
and ordering your elothei pressed
HONOLULU CLOTHES CLEANING
CO.. Alakea 8treet.
For Over GO Yiari
hi teen usmJ for oyer .SIXTY
YKAHb by nlt.!ON8 of Mothers
1KO, villi perfect tucceu.
bOOTlltiS the CHILD, 601TB:
MB. ALLAYS all .P
COLIC and 1
rugcUU la every part of. the
Wlmlow's Boothtnff BrrtiDand taka
ua ur inn mk tor Nn.
no otuor kind, aswau a Settle.
An OM ami Wtlltriid RMtlj
BOSTON BLOC, FORT STREET.
Private Cottage "Johnson House
NUUANU ST. cor. HOTEL and KIN.
COAT AND PANTS
CLEANED AND PRES8ED FOR
PHONE MAIN 457.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
1.46 FORT STREET.
MIKE WRIGHT CIGAR
The best smoke sold In
thla market. Try It
HAY8ELDEN TOBACCO COMPANY,
ALEXANDER YOUNG BLDG.
OF FINE JEWELRY
NOW ON DISPLAY
The WrulOy IMIIInu nf tin ',nnu
lliillflln hIvms a nimpIHe nunipiirr uf
iliw iiowk uf li iluy, Fur Ml r,
"..I. ,.i i.ii,it ,Em JLi
LOCAL 1ND SENEIAL
Once In a year you may find a good
tenant by chance through "happen
stance". But a Bulletin Want Ad, will
find'hlm for you at the time you want
The Globe sells it cheaper.
Autos for hire at T-r. Stables.
W. It. Castle lina returned from the
A week at Halclwa will rid )ou of
that tired fueling.
Lilly's Poultry Food ami prepani
lions nt C. J. Day's.
Hrltlsh Consul liyanl has returned
from a vlilt to Kauai.
Pill yutir vulunbles 111 the Henry
Wnterhouse Trust Co. vaults.
After toller skating go to the Cob well
Cafe and liar for lefreshments.
Salt macknrel and a boiled potato
constitutefl a breakfast tit for a king.
Harmony 'Lodge, No. 3, I. 0. O. F,
meet tonight at7:30 In 1. 0. 0. F. Uall.
Try somu New .calami smoked mul
let at levy's. Phone Main H'J. It's a
A young man ileslren one large oi
hvo Hinall rooms, without board. SeJ
ad thla Issue.
Try a gas rangn for cooking no heat
and plenty of leisure time. See Hono
lulu Uns Co., Ltd.
Dr., Norgaurd, Territorial Veterinar
ian, returned to Honolulu last Satur
day It) the. Klnau.
A meeting of the Social Science Club
will be held nt Judge Dole's resilience
U. D. Baldwin has Mulshed the survey
uf the lower Ulshoji Kstato lands In the
vicinity of the volcano.
W. A. Uryan, of the IiUliop Museum,
relumed on the Ventura from a long
absence on the mainland.
bishop Itcsturlck returned to the city
Saturday after spending a week ll
Kohala and visiting Illlo.
Auk your grocer for Curtice Urea
Ulue Label Ketchup and Insist off gel
ting It. Uetter than others.
If you are bothered keeping track of
Jour cash get n Nntlonal from the
Hawaiian OHke Specialty Co.
Miss nixie Sanders, dnugliter ot Capt
M. N. Sanders, the Honolulu pilot, hat
gone to Kona for a month'a sta).
Foot-fitting Is studied as an art nt
Manufacturers' Shoo Co. If jou want
tine Hhoes and hau them lit properly
An excellent' nilimtrel show was glvej
by the RebuknhH and Uihl Fellow h last
Saturday night. Dancing followed the
0. Kretzihruer and Douglas, the lit
Imcco planters, bae sent sample leaves
to T. J. Fltzpatrlck, who will forward
tlicni to New York.
"Arabic" keeps Iron roofs free from
rust and purflfles rain water. Olve It
a trial and be convinced. California
Feed Co., uccnts.
Choice pineapples grown at Wahlawa
and selected bananas aro now going to
the coast at low rates. I-eavo nn order
at Wells. Fargo, King St.
Dig reductions In white dress gocdi
and special prices on white and brown
linen coats; the regular tS.GO value
now selling fur X'i.W) each, at Sachs'.
Tho Japancso Merchants' Union gives
un invitation banquet this evening at
the MochUuki Club, Wnlklkl. In lionoi
ot the birthday of the ICruperor ot
Miss Harriett Hitchcock or Illlo, af
ter visiting nt her old home on Molu
kal, nnd spending some time here. Is to
leave on an extended visit to relative
In the Cast.
Illshoii II. 11. Ilestnrlck and daugh
ter, Miss Constance Itestarick, whoi
have been spending a few weeks as the
guests of friends on Hawaii, returned .
this morning on the Klnau.
F. J. Dutra says It Is a mistake lo lei
tho local Portuguese leave, fur the Coast I
In such numbers as they do at present, I
lie finds It more Important to Indued
thorn to stay than to Import Immigrants
from tho Azores.
Captain C. F. Humphrey, V. S. A.
depot qiinrtermuster ut Honolulu, U lu
leave on tbe Huforu, en route for Vanh
Ington, uccouipanied by Mrs. Hum
phrey. After spending some time In
tho hospital it Is probable that ho will
take sea duty tor the benefit of his
A memorial has been sent to Cantaln
I I It Slnttfrv IT. R HniHnfwru liv flip
Illlo Hoard of Trade, usklng for the
construction of a breakwater at Illlo.
The memorial Is accompanied by a de
tailed and extended statement of fucli
In reference to the project, with statis
S. K. Naluoa, manager of the Itoynl
Kuwalhau Qlcu Club, ou tho first anni
versary of the organization of the dub
last Friday, was presented by the mom
tern with a handsome Huwallnn eoat-bt-armg
gold watch charm, suitably en
graved, In appreciation of his excellent
training of the musicians.
The Dual accounts of Au Hon Wing.
uh administrator of tho estate uf Al
Ah Hoy were approved by Judge Hob-,
i.,un t.iu ...n, .... n...i i... .... .,,..;
liiKon this mornlug and ho was UIh-
charged from further duties. Tho Jur
ors in Judge Hoblimon'H court liavti
been Instructed to uppeur at 10 u. in.
Frank Johnson, for many years mail
uger of thn Macfailano Kheep ranch nt
Kulmoku, and. since tho rontolldatlun
with the Parker ranch, of dm combined
ranches, died at Walme.i last Morula)
morning. The fuueral took place on
Tuesday, llnv. C. W. Hill of Illlo uffl
tlatlng. Mr. JohilHou leaves two chll.
dreu. He was widely known and high
It. II Ilrownliig nrriti'd yesterduy ut
the Ventura to Ink the plaie of Ed
ward C, IJiuv.ii, lu chart o of the Dull
l.oi u Drug & CIiuiiiIui! Company, dur
hm .Mr Urowu't absentu on the main
land Mr. nnd Mrs. Ilrown lenve short.
I for Chlrago fur a six months' vislL
I Mr, IlrowuliiK Is ussUluut mviclury
und ticuxuier of the Dcurburu com. '
'Uli)' iinilii nltlin In Chl.HKO,
I Thu Inter Maud Mourner Ku An Hon
..in, in hi nil. iiiiiuur in i in ioc h huh
iiioiiiliiK Iiiiiii .Aiiuhfilu, hut illil nut
iiiiuiu in lu iho dock, itnpplnii to usslsl
, In pulling Hid (,'lilusn Mm ii off Hut
li'i'r Him hliiilltlil no piiSM'iigttrit bill
liuil HOD hugs nf rim uni) ntiinr
fii'liilii Kim ieinrli iiilln ioiuIi
Vtiulhvr un Kuuul iiiul usii hi f riuuliig
I 111' lllUIIIM'1
ot the next few days will be apt to
try your-eyes. .Poor lights are often
blamed for annoyances due to poor
eyea or poor eye-glasses.
Good glasses, properly fitted, OUR
KIND, will aid you to see right, read
right, and vote right.
A. N. SANFORD,
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MONUMENTS, SAFES, IRON FENCE.
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE & MONUMENT WORKS.
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDG.. 176-180 KING STREET. PHONE 27.
U'nulilniMon. Nov. 3. Hemibllenn ami I
Democratic forecasts of the Congies
hlonal elections arc as follows: The
Itepubllraus claim the next llousa by
a majority of C8 and the Democrat!! by
a majority of 22.
Forecasts of Statu elections show
Hint California Is claimed fur the lt
publicans by 3u,u0u majority mid for
tho Democrats by 19000.
New iork Is uncertain. Tho figures
turning irurn uiern iiru wuriuit-iw. u-!n
publicans clulm tbe-l.abor defect Ion
from tho DomocraW.wlll offset
i ratio gains. They say that Hughes
will come doivn ,to The Bronx with
200,000 majority, thus overcoming luu,
000 majority for Hearst In New York
New York. Nov. 3. Football Kcoren:
Princeton 42, Dartmouth 11; Cornell
23, Wealeyan U; Harvard , Drown n;
Nevada 3. California 0: Yale 10, West
Point i; Hlauford 10, 'Vancouver G.
ltia Do Janeiro. Nov. 3. Tho llrltlnle
steamer Hurllngeii, 2225 tons, fiuin
Harry to Montevideo and a port on the
Cult of Muxlco, is ushoro ut Caho Frlu
New York. Nov. 3. A mob of 200tf
chauffeur sympathizers attacked a
street car run by strlko-breakcra yes
terday und killed one.
Toulon, Nov 3. A torpedo exploded
on the battleship Charles Martel yes
terday, killing one sailor und wound
CRUSHED IN CAGE
Corning, ().. Nov. 3. Four men linvo
been crushed to death here lu u mine
UTES GIVE UP
Sheridan, Wo.. Nov. 3. Tho IJtos
linvo agreed to return to their tesertu
tion THEOSOPHI8T HURT
J-'. v .-i'roicsor u.
colt, iirehldeiit of tho TbeoHODhlcul So
Kansas City, Nov 4. Professor 01.
rlety, hus been seriously injured in u
railway wieck In Italy.
R008EVELT FOR PANAMA
Wuulilnglou, Nov. 4. After vnllnif
at Oyhter llay.'l'ieshlenl Uoosuvell will
start for Puiiamu tomorrow via Louis
lauu. Want Wear
When you can git a
suit that possesses wear
ability, perfect fit and cut
from cloth that retains
Its shape, It Ii well worth
your while to buy that
kind, We sell no other
W. W. Aliiina k ,Co
I'llONi: MI.UP. ?Hh 'i 0, Bo. U0.
Time To Order
auiii ftinmrt have already or
dertd QIFT BOOKS for Chrlttmat d-1
ih.Vyr..ufta fn Jesentmn what they ,
want to give and the recipient getting
What he will appreclste. Delay means
hurried visit to some store at the
last moment and the purchase of soms
glmcrack altogether unsatisfactory.
Whether ll'a a single volume or a set
of books you wish to present, we can
show you the styles of binding, etc.,
and guarantee delivery for the holi
days. BOOKS SOLD
CASH OR EASY PAYMENTS.
Wm. G. Lyon Go.
COR. FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
Dlcnk books of all aorU, lds
etc manufactured by tbe Bulletin Pub.
BULLETIN ADS. PAY
Lieutenant fever victim
Ihminn. Nov. I. Lieutenant N. J.
Wiley of tho Fifth Infantry has died ot
RUSSIANS SEEK STATE8
Lilian." Nov. L Nine hundred and
clghty-seen emigrants left here yes
terduy for tho United States.
FAMINE IN CHINA
Shanghai. Nov. 4. Famine prevails
Kalngsu province. It Is estimated
that ten million people nro fuclng
WOODS MAKES DENIAL
Manila. Nov. 4. General Wood lins
denied that Japanese were arrested for
a, as. a
PIRATES IN LUCK
Hongkong. Nov. 4. Pirates hae
seized ouu llrlllsli and ami Cblncii
launch and Hlolcu $10,000.
UOISSIM.KWIS In Honolulu. Satur
day evening. November 3, 1900, by
Hev. .Mr. Ilybee, Mary Ann Ix-wls to
tiaktoii J. IIoIskc.
WII.IIHI.M At. Uhalnii.
.22. 1000, to Mr. and Mrs.
helm, a daughter.
it. I Wll-
The steumshlp Kusuho Maru, of tbe
Toyo Kluen Kuluha line, formerly tbe
Russian uaral hospital ship Orel, ar
rived jesterduy morning from Kobe,
hiiiigliig freight -and another big lot ot
Jupauese Immigrants for the Islauds.
Her cargo amounts to V40 tons, und thti
number of her pussengeiM to 934. The
tcsael Ih Lousigiied lo T, II. Duvles &
Co. After dlsehuiglng uhu will return
Up to thu lime of thu crushing defeat
of Admliul KoJcstvvnBky'ii fleet by Ad
miral Togo, the Kusuho .Maru, then
known us the Uicl, was u Russian en
Bel . Shu wuh iibcd us u hoipltul ship
but wuh equipped with u lurge number
of guns, tho gun jilulforuiH still re
maining ou tho decks. Shu ulwi I'arrlei
u ngiireheuil on thu bow1, of which the
Japuueso in u ery pruuit, as It denotes
that slio is u tiophy of wur.
At tho battle of the Sea of Japan, In
whhh HoJestvenshy'H licet wuh bo com.
pletely detealed, tho Orel, being u bos.
pllul shop, Htnod off, und when It was
Men that thu defeat of the KiihsIuiis
was complete, her Dag was lowered.
Mid she miiiendered l thu Jupuncko,
Up to u few months ago the Oiel luy
!1.1 K,!!,e.'. y,M wus llimlly pnliiised by
the I. h. K. Louipany, which renumed
her the Kusiihu Maru, and titled hei
out l tuny puHsengeiH. Shu carries
only strut ago passeiigem, und they use
mo m.i ciiibb luiiiiio.
Thu KiihiiIio Mum Is u ebi-el of C'Ou
Ions leglbtrr mid lius a Bpeed of 18
knots. Hlio Is commanded by Cupluln
1). Mori, wliu was funnel ly Hut ollltur
of thn Nlji.uon Maru Shu inado thn oy.
UK" fiom Kobe In Hi days,
The funeral of Mim, II, T, llrndeiiili
luoli plum finiii Uni leshlilieu of Mis
W. II Itlekuiil liui Hnliiiiliiy, Ituv, Alu.i
MuiMiilojIi ollli,ihiK. A HI. Ahdiow's
umuii'i, I'liuslmlug nt Miss Marlon Hell
Miss Mill Hull, Muaais, Ullvu )uve
liinl Arthur Wall, leiideid imisi m.
iestl' "NtMier. My til, lit 'llitu'
Nlbl "umi, Klmlly ,IhIi,"
i urn m
btOSlTlBP ArriVGS lYitll
One good turn deserves another. Th
rteamer Enterprise towed thn tug In
trepid from San Francisco to Illlo; the
tug Kcurlcrs may tow tho steamer en
terprise from Honolulu to San Fran
cisco Doth tugs belong to the same
company. The nnterprl3o arrived It.
from the Coast via Hllo last night lu
a partially disabled condition, having
lost two blades of her propeller. Shu
was nblo to come up from Illlo alone,
und made very goad time "i liours
considering her condition, Captain
Yotingren snys that It It were neces
sary, the Knterprlse could get hack to
Snn Francisco us iihc Is, but It Is not
considered advisable to make the at
tempt, as some accident wight. occur,
especially In the event of .had wnuthcr
The tug Fearless in to leave for the
Coast como time this week, and It Is
not Improbable that she may accom
pany the i:nterprli.e und possibly low
lier. This may not lie necessary, how
ever. The propeller which Is shy two
blades has been In use) only about ten
months, and the old propeller which It
displaced. Is still In the hold of tbe
eisel., Captain Youngren states that
It will he got, out and an attempt made
to. see whether It cannot be used. It
may be necessary to bore out the shaft
bole so ns to fit the tall shaft now Ii.
vse, hut this, can be douo here. In case
It Is decided to use the old propeller,
(he fctern of the Knterprlse will be
talsed on tho marine railway to allow
the work to be done.
Which i our so will be pursued Is ns
jet undecided. Captain Youngren U
awaiting advices from San Francisco.
.The Knterprlse lost the flrat blade
of her propeller live days out from the
Coast. It probably struck and cracked
the second blade, which tame off when
the vchscI was one day'a steaming from
Illlo. Despite her damaged condition,
the Knterprlse was able to low the
Intrepid fnto Hllo.
Tho cargo brought by thu Knterprlse
consists of about 200U tons of mixed
.fi-r r t
Tho army tug Slocum, Captain
Smith, whlcn Is, with the assistance of
the l)uford,.to tow the-trauspoU-Sher-
Idan back to San Francisco, arrived In
yesterday morning, less .than 'eight
days out from tho Coast, The steamer
dow u at tbe rate of about eleven knots
considerably less than the speed of
which she Is capable, but necessitated
by having to economize on coal on ac
count of the long voyage. On the re
turn trip sbe will carry a deck load ot
sacked coal besides tho bulk coal In her
Tbe Slocum is n vessel considerably
greater In length than.tbe Iioouoln, and
has, g bow of unusual elevation. She
has two smokestacks. Her crew con.
lists of twenly.fotir men,-under com
mand'of Captain Smith.
Thu Slocum Js the most powerful tug
on tho Coast. Sim was built for towing
lu the Atlantic, and was to have been
named the Oypsum King. At the out
break of the Spanish war she was pur
chased by the Government and sent
around the Horn to San Francisco,
making thn long voyage alone.
The Sheridan, towed by the Slocum
and the Uuford, will probably Blurt for
Sun I'Tanclsco Thursday or Friday
Prnctlcully everything Is In rcadluest;
so far us the Sheridan Is concerned,
for the voyage. The 'Uuford Is alieady
coaled. Captain Peabody's fumlly left
for tbe Coast on the transport Thomas
Tbe Slocum Is a much mure power
ful tug than has ever been here befoie.
She is ot 1300 horse power and enn
curry coal enough to last her twenty
two duyn, towing. She hud 17. tons
aboard when she arrived, and Is to
take ou 100 or 1C0 tons more, Shu Ir
4wcrful enough to take the Sheridan
to Iho Coast ulone, but the site ot the
tinnsport mukes her un iinwleldly tow,
und the principal use of the Uuford will
bo to hold her fclster ship steudy. Su
lur us towing U concerned the ofllceu
of thu Slocum are of thu opinion that
Iho Uuford will bo a hindrance rather
than u help.
The towing machine of the Slocum
which was removed from her ufter hu
ui rival ou tbe Coast from the Atlantic,
has been repluced, being installed 111
what, was before thu social hall. Wheth
er It will reuiulu u permanent llxtiuc
Is as yet uncertain, though us the
Slocum has considerable towing to do
about San Francisco bay, It Is probable
that It will be retained.
The report that the Slocum, Uuford
,i ui,,i,u ,. . t , ' ,,, i,
leiepbono wires Ih regarded by tome ot
, ,u Slocitm's otllcern as" Improbable
. WlKwugglng, Ihey soy, wll prohuhly
b.i the only lomiuiinlentlou between the
cnptulu William. Finch, formerl)
LOIiiluuiiiIer of the Cunt e.iw . t h ii.
ported, lm given thu command of the
big steamer Gothic of thu While StUI
line, which Is now running betwuen
Liverpool und Now Zoulsud. O. It, ly
Min, ulkii of thu Cuiitle, Is also with Hit
llothln. ami Cupluln Frank K. Head-
, hell, wlio was also ut one lime III nun.
,111111111 iif thu (!)lle, Is now captain nl
'Hm While riiur liner lioiumili', luiniliiu
lii-lweuii llosliui uilil Meilllerrilliemi
'I be hlg fieluhtwt' AtNoiiun liau lieen
uu iinnier's I'oliii dry iimh, whurn n
new lull mm It mm it iiiiiH'i' went
lll'l'l l (moll It'll
A. cough Is a danger signal. Tou
Should heed Its warning promptly.
Begin at once, and take regular
AU serious Inns; trouble!
begin with a common
cold. A cold In the
throat easily passes to
.be bronchial tubes,
and you bave bron
chitis, leading pos
sibly to pneu-
imonla or con
ydw coM before It goes down Into
the chest. When you bring a botile
of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral Into 'iU
bouse you bring with It relief, good
beer, hope, and sunshine. It Is k
standard and unrivaled remedy fdr
olds and coughs. '
There are many substitutes and Imi
tations, Beware of them and of sb
oalled "Genuine Cherry Pectoral.",
Be sure you get AYER'S Cherry
Put up In large and small bottles.
i i i I i
Don't you want to be wist? If you
do, do at wise smokers are doing
ask for the '
The manifold virtues of the Rouuh
Rider Cigar will convince the moat
skeptical smoker after a thorough
trial, that it It matchless for Its fla
ver and Is a sweet' smoke. Why not
8o)t Honolulu Agents.
CORNER HOTEL 'AND FORT STB.
Try a week at Halelwa.
There's a lot of comfort
and satisfaction In the
rest that Is taken at a
good hotel In a good lo
cality. St. Clair Bidgood,
Tel. Main 18.
P. O. Box 112.
E. J. LORD,
Lord and Belser,
Dredging,. Sewerry Grading, Paving,
Teaming, Crushed Rock.
Black and White Sand and Soil
OFFICE AND YARD
....80UTH KaWAIAHAO STS.
We can be found at all hour of tha
day at our otflce and by Phone Main
i79 and all hours gf night by Phene
1120 FORT STi
New Dresden Souvenir Pottala of
-prlnetit Kalulanl, Central Union
phurtti,- Alnahsu and othtr beautiful
subjects, Including Madam Alapal and
HAWAII A SOUTH SEAS CURIO CO.
''"AND OTHER PIANOS.
1M AND' iU HOTEL STRiaTT,
' 'Opposite Young HoUI.
We're tluuvk readv lo examine
jour teeth VM'M ami tiuotc
our price for plachiK llieni In
good ((iiulltlon, liven then von are
tniilrr no nhligiitioii to employ us,
hut when on h-u nur work iiik)
Iiow painlessly wu oiier.Hi-, im will
il.uo)imriieili i nurture, '
315 Hotel .Hi,