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aVBNINO BPLLBTTN. BONOLPLO. T. II., TUK3DAV. NOV. 13. 1906.
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We made a big record a year ago with our linen tale; we Intend to
eclipse that record this year.
The following value may teem Incredible to tome, but thote who have
attended our sale know and appreciate the great bargain we offer:
- White Table Damask
$ .50 quality Union Linen 37'4 yd.
$.60 " Mercerized 40J yd.
$.75 " Air Linen i GOri "
$.90 " All Linen 68 "
1.00 " All Linen 800"
$1.00 quality a .755 doi.
125 " , ,05 ..
' " 91.15 -
200 " $1.50 "
2M " - 91.05 "
3 " 82.35 "
Cloth and Napkins to Match
A large assortment to (elect from; new design In square, oblong and
Round; In all slzet; all at REDUCED PRICE3.
2 yds. SQUARE DAMASK CLOTH from 83 )0 upward
U'.i yds. SQUARE DAMASK CL0TH8 from 84.75 upward
3 14 yds. ROUND DAMASK CLOTH8 from $7.75 upward
39- EVERY ITEM ABOVE 18 WOrtTH INVESTIGATING, -mr
N. S. SACHS DRY GOODS CO.
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WELL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
Wc pack, haul and ihip yout
goods, and lave you money.
Dealer In STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage in Brick Warehouse, 126 King St. Phone Main 58
HENRY H. WILLIAMS,
has moved his residence from the cor.
ner of BERETANIA and RICHARDS
240 King St.. near Richards
New 'Phone Numbcr-BLUE 101 1
I near at hand. We will have a gen
crous supply of both Chickens and
Turkeys for you to choose from. Pla
ce your order early.
The ISLAND MEAT CO.
TELCPHONr. MA!N 7. .
MIS CALLINO IMPLIES NO OBLIGATION ON YOU TO BUY,
J. C, Axtell &CO, 1048.1058 Alakea
Weekly Bulletin $1 Per Year
FORT ST. 0?P. LOVE BLDQ.
Monuments of Quality
Wc always supply; now we can
jjivc you the very
Furnish us your address and our
representative will call on you
and show you our Illustrations
Post Nuptial Reception j.cwls, A. Lindsay, A. Ucklimd, V
An especial chnrm and Intercut mI. iV0( p. j. Lflwrcy. 0 Lucas, K. I.n'
flnys cling to any function Khcii In u rj. W. Mn;fartani. 0 I'. Morse, J. I",
bildo's honor and the lKrat miptlnl tea Morgan, B. K. Meyers, V Macfarlnnc
given last Saturday afternoon (mm Jaho Moore. J. A. Maroon, n. Marx, J
four to nIx ny Mrs. 3. M. Annus lo inert S. Mcflrew, n. 0. Moore, .1. T. McCro.
the charnlng bride of her joungor ion, son, It. V. Ingram, J. Jones, K. V. Jor
Krcd Ilrnndcr Angus, proved no exeep- dan, Albert Judd, A. I'rancls Judrt, P
tlon. Throughout tho hours of rccep. C. Jones. J. W. Jones. V. Klnmn, r". W.
tlon tho rooms and vlne-cmbowcrcd Klobahn. 0. II. Kluegcl, E. Kopkc. n
Iannis were thronged with guest w Ik, Thntm, T. 0. Thrum, L. A. Thurston,
dainty afternoon toilettes ngninnt the W. Thompson, It. C. Van Vllct, K. Vldn
cffcctlvo backgiound of palms ana P C. von Ilnmm, (I. Wnterhouse, K. J
ferns added n most picturesque touch Waterman, K. 0. While, C, Wlldor, W
hurlng tho afternoon'n native n.uln-, U Wilder. 12. M. Wnlsun, J. T. Wayson,
tflto' club stationed on tho lannl ftii 1!. Wood, W. t. Wcntervclt, .1. U Woo-'.
ulslied delightful music, which formed' A- A Wilder. C. I.. Wight. V. A. Wall
n pleasant accompaniment to tho 1iumiw- ' Wn" T E- Wall Al ' Wn".
of conversation. Receiving with Mrs. KllinliPth Wall, 8. (1. Wlldor. C. D
Angus and tho guest of honor was Mm.' ,I1lBh' Tl 'I"W. "rry Corbotl
Ocorgo Angus. Assisting In Introduc-I?'0'1' Bnrt ,,rlncc,!" Kswftnanako.v,
In tho guests wero tho hostess11 MI"M Atherton. Adams, Helen Alex
daughters, Miss Angus, Miss Jean and ?" cr;. Jcn." Cc,,,0.r:1 I'""''"!!. Camp
Clhcl Angus, while other unbonncted, 'c'1, J,"J, l)n,m.',n' ,Y',ct V?mn' '"nc
women assisting about tho rooms W '"'j-". Charlotte Hodge Jordan lc-
Mrs. Kmll Waterman. Mrs. C. II. High,' l "r J"r1,la"' ,M?J .' "hn1n' "
Mr, J W. Jones Mr. Ocorgo Kleuge,.; Xl W?&.taVWil.
Mrs. llnrry Corbett, nud Mrs. Walter jn!1I1( Mnry Uwn.BCt McKVc, Mjirwire,
... ., ... iMossmau. Mclntyrc, KiUo Mclnlyre,
A collation was serve! throughout Tanner. Waterman. Jane Wlnne. lcln
wiu iimitiiuuii in umiiii uiuics umpusc.i
on tho lanal and In tho refreshment
room, tho young women assisting In
serving being Misses Violet Damon
llnzcl Hoffman, Nina Adams, Con
stance Rcstarlck, tilla Wight, Molllc
Grace, May Klcugcl, Anna Johnson ana
Edllh Ewart. Crimson carnations In I
slender crystal vases graced each table,
In tho refreshment room potted maid
enhnlr forns and red enrnnttons hanked
tho hook shelves nnd wcro placed about
tho rooms, whllo potted palms and
ferns wcro ntlractlvely disposed about
tho lanals nnd corridor. Hanging wood
land baskcta of dcllcato maidenhair
swung from theVrcnch windows and
added to tho charming effect. Large
American and Hawaiian flags draped
across ono end of tho lannl added a
touch of bright color. In lib recep
tion room tho decorations wcro of tho
simplest, n few long stemmed roses In
silver and crystal vnscs nnd some
greenery arranged In Jnpancsa fashion
A largo number of women enlled dur
ing thn afternoon to meet tho guest of
honor, who madn n beautiful picture
In her girlish bridal frock of white laco
with Its garnltufro of rare old Duchess
nnd roso point lace. Her Jewels wcro
pe.irls nnd amethysts. Tho guest Met
for the afternoon comprised: Mas.
dames J. II. Atherton, C. II. Atherton
K. Aitcrbach. R. I. Aucrbacb, V. E
Ulake, W. A. Uowcn, W. E. Blown,
Arthur Berg. K. K. Berger, R. C.
Brown, Graco Boardman, Blanchard,
Brooke, W. R. Cushman, C. E. Camp,
John C. Cooke, 0. P. Cooke, 0. II. Car
tor, A. J. Campbell, Henry Castle, C. M
Cooke, II. Cntton, C. M. Cooke. Jr., C. B.
Cooper. II. II Cooper, I. Crclghton, R
S. Cunha. C. II. Cooke. Cooper, C. K
Conrcy. H. M. Damon, P. W. Damon, II.
P. Dillingham. C. II. Dickey, C. T
Davles. C. du Itol, Philip Dodge, S. II.
Dole. J. D. Dougherty, II. Ewlng. C. It
Ewart, A. Eldrcdge, W. U Emory, E
Krnzler, W. P. Prcar. E. K. Prroth, .1
Parnsworth, A. Puller, W. II. Poster,
C. It. Prazler. Wnllncc It. Parrlngtmi
W M. araham. S. A. Gullck, Mary
Guun, J. I). Oulnen. S. Grace, A. Hart
ley, '. P. Humphrey, P. II. Humphrlo,
P. Hownlt. W. I,. Hopper. Wnllcr llorf-
Mn t tr iii. i s r, i i . !. iiiHiu in ma iJUBsviiKir m-rviiu
JnVnlrk' I' "HCrr,,,ln Walmca' u'"1 """ r'P
Hedcman, A. a. Ilawes Jr.. S. B. Hnl- i,ir ,.i ,i. ,.,., ... , ....
stend. W W. Hall, E. O. Hall, C. J.
Huti'hlns, J. A. Hopper. Hunnnh, A. S
Humphrey, J. M. Rlggs. W. T. Raw
lins. It. 11. Rcldford. 8. Roth. K. A. II.
Ross, (J. Ross, R. Rycroft, II. I). Rcs
tarlck. fl. Hodlck. p. E. HIchardFon, J.
G. Rothwcll. Russell, E. II. Paris, E.
Stcerc, N. 8. Sachs, J, R. Slattery, P. M.
Swanzy. W. (1, Slnglchurst, C. II.
Smith. P. C. Smith, Joseph Kchfartz.
II. H. Bcarles, J. M. Ooat. M. 8. Prober,
W. A. PurUy. S. Parker. 8. Peck, E. W
Peterson. P. M. Pond, IS. IS. Pnxton, II
A. Pnrmclee, E. C. Peters. A. J. I.ylo
James l.ylc. A. Lewis, R lowers, II. P
of people, who want to Boll Homes,
1. Who WONT sell, unless they DOU-
III.K THEIR MONKV;
2. Who HAVE lo sell at HAI.P COBT.
Hero are a few Bargains for you of
No. 2 kind I havo lo offer:
$ 5501 bedr. r0 x ISO Kapahulu
$ 8002 bedr. 7!i x 160 Puunul
13003 bedr. 75 x 160 Puunul
SI300 3 bedr. 60 x 130 Kilklll 8t. Ext.
$13003 bedr. 60 x 100 Gllllck Avo.
12750 I bedr. 60 x 90 Klnau St. '
$30001 bedr. 4 ncri-s Palolo
$35007 bedr. 170 x 200 Knmehamoha
$450011 bodr. 7.1 x 160 Young Ht.
4 Houses on South tjornor of Port and
Bvhool HI. as u wholo or In lots.
1 Fon ncNT
,$?0-t bedr YounR SI.
i20 I hudr. Mutloik Avo.
! P. E, R. Strauch
IWMTYUUPQ, 74 8, KINQ BTIlEeT,
Wilder, Walker, Wight, Ward. N'm
man, I'aty, ftycroft, llcsUrlck. Hoff
man, Anna Johnson, Scharfcr, Blanche
Sopcr, Sanders, (Irayrton, Hartwcll,
Hasforth, Hopper. Eaton, Ewart. Graco
Mattlo McComber of Sacramento, Cal.i
Clark, of Portland. Oregon; Olod ol
Portland, Oregon, and Grace Tower ol
Wnlliiku, Maul, Nov. 2. Tho garden
party given Inst Saturday afternoon at
Mrs. J, II, Raymond's for thn benefit ol
tho Protestant Episcopal rhurch build.
Ing fund was one of tho most successful
church affairs this year. Mrs. Ray
mond had charge of tho whole, affair
and with her wcro tho following ladles:
Pnncy Booth Mrs. W. A. McKay
Mrs. J. N. s. Williams and Mrs. Win
Candy and Lemonade Mrs. C. I).
I.ufkln nnd Mrs. R. A. Wadsworth.
Refreshments Mrs. Tom Cummlngs
Miss Nancy Cummlngs, Mrs. E. Coder
lof. Miss J. Hansen, Misses Daniels nnd
n bevy of )oung ladles clad In most at
tractive raiment. Tho rcfrcshinenl
tabic, under tho general supervision ol
Mrs. Rnymond with her able assistants,
netted .".C, whllo tho fancy tables
cleared nearly MOO. Tho total receipts
amounted to a llttlo. over 2."0.
Row Wm. Ault was ticket ngent
whllo young Harvey Raymond guarded
the gates like a veteran sentinel that
not oven tho most bewitching young
damsel passed within tho gates without
paying admission. This affair was so
very successful that thn ladles who so
gallnntly worked hnrd for the benefit
of tho church may bo again Induced to
glvo another sale of fancy artlcler
about next Christmas.
Knmucla, Hawaii, Nov. 8. Candl
dates for election did not do things by
halves In their efforts to get votes on
Hawaii. Eben Ix)w, James Lewis and
Ham Puu patronized tho automohllo re-
Ing Hiichuc. Mr. Msgulrn's ranch In
Koiia, at 10 a. in., Sundny, they reached
Walmca at 2 p. m. Alter refreshments
hnd boen served, tho Journey was re
sumed nt 4:20 for llonokna, reaching
this placo nt 7:16.
At 7:30 a fresh start was made
which landed the party In Uiupahouhor
Tho party put up at Mr. Harry Rich
ard's for tho night. Next morning n
start wbb made for Hllo, and meetings
at three different places on the road
Hllo was reached at I p. m.
Mr. l.ow addressed a meeting In tho
Illln Armory at 8 p. m., nftcr which he
mado a start for the return journey
with Mr. Vrcdenburg as chauffeur.
I-aupnhoehoe was reached nt 12:30 p
m., Honokaa at 4:30 a. e. and Walmca
nt 7:15 n. m., accomplishing tho record
automobile, Journey fur tho Island, of
190 miles without n single mishap. Tho
machlnn was a 9 horsepower slnglo
cylinder Cadillac and Mr Vrcdonberg
was chuutfeur for tho entlro Journey
There Is no doubt that a reliable trans
portntlon of this kind will be groally
appreciated by tho traellng public.
GROWING IN POPULARITY.
The More People Know Newbro's Her
plcldc the Better They Like It.
i, Tho moro It becomes known tho bet
ter It Is llkod, Ono hnttlo sells two,
hnd thoso two sell four. Newbro's
Itcrplcldo Is what wo am talking
about. It cleans tho scalp of all dan
druff, nnd destioylng thn cause a in
itio germ or paraslto. prevents llm ro
'turn of dandruff. As n hair dressing
It Is dollglitfiil, II ought to bn found
on ovcry tolld lulilc It stops fullliiK
hair, and 'prctcnls baldness It
fchoiild hn used occasionally, ns a pre
vcntlvo to protect thn scalp from a
now Invasion of tho dandruff microtia.
Hold by IcodliiK druiigUts Hend tc
In stiiini'a fur sniiiplu In The llerpl'
rliln f'ti., IHImll Mich llnlllMer
DriiK (,'o., Kperlul iiKi'iitt
Thn Woelily IMIIInn of I lis Kynlui
IliilUlIn Rives a romplilr nmuiusrv n
Ui iiewn of b iUr. For U ?'")
The doctor slid to diet him
On btrley, trael wd egti.
titw note the itrtflfe ruoit k had
Kt na to ft ud kfr
IETCALF IN CONFERENCE
WITH EDUCATION OFFICERS
PRESIDENT OF BOARD SAYS JAP.
ANESE 8ITUATION HAS BEEN
CREATED BY AN ACT OF
Ban Pranclsco, Nov. 2. "Tho Board
of Education will not rcccdo from tho
position which It has taken. Its deci
sion la final. This action was mado
for tho best Interests of tho school
children of San Francisco. If thcro
Is n violation of the treaty rights be
tween two governments tho fault Is
not ours; It Is with the Legislature
which passed tho law." Statement of
President A. Altmann of tho Board of
"I nm hern as the personal repre
sentative of tho Government. A gravo
question Is Involved. I am not pre
pared to say what action will bo tak
en. Wo will go Into thn question and
mako a thorough Investigation."
Stntcment of Secretary Metcalf, of tho
Department of Commerco and Labor.
Secretary Victor II. Metcalf, of tho
Department of Commerce and Labor,
Is In San Pranclsco, to Invostlgato
personally. Into tho action of tho Board
of Education In excluding children of
Japancso parcntngo from tho general
schools of this city. Tho Board basca
Its action on a statute passed by tho
Legislature somo years ago by which
It Is given tho prtvllego of placing all
children of Mongolian descent In a
scparato school. This It has dono and
tho school has been established at
Clay anil Powell streets.
This action on tho part of tho Board
It Is claimed Is a violation of treaty
rights existing between tho United
States and Japan. Secretary Metcalf
has como all-tho way from Washing
Ion to mako a personal Investigation.
Tho first confcrcnco was held yes
terday afternoon between tho Secre
tary and President Altmann, of tho
Board of Education, In tho room of
United States District Attorney Rob
ert T. Devlin, In tho new postofflco
building. Tho situation was canvass
cd In n general sort of way and Sec
retary Metcalf was advised officially
of the action taken by tho Board, Wil
liam T. Raggett, assistant city attor
ney, wns there In an ndvlsory capac
ity. No conclusion was reached, hut be
cause of the gravity of thn situation a
full and searching Investigation will
President Altmann, representing the
Board, saYB ho will glvo Secretary Met
calf all tho data In his possession, and
tho latter has announced that ho will
mako a thorough Investigation and will
conduct all Inquiries from tho Feder
KELLY GETS NEW SHIP
Captain Kelly, master of thn lark
Gcorgn Curtis, engaged In conslnliu
lumber trade, has been detached fiom
that vessel and will sail from thin port
on ono of tho Honolulu liners to take
chargo of the bark Andrew Weloh, ot
tho Oceanic Steamship Company'? hu'
gar flecL Captain McPhall, tmw In
command of the Andrew Welch, will
resign to accept a position as superin
tendent of tho stevedoring forco of the
American-Hawaiian Steamship. Com-
puny on tho Islands, Tho mato of tho
bark SL Catherine will take ehuite of
tho Ocorgo Curtis. Chronicle.
From Kawalhao to Wnlmea by an
tomohllo ii lid Ihencn through either
the Konas or llamakiia to Hllo, will
show you thn finest sceneries of tho
Kor particulars wrllo to
I Tlifl laxomHiir la llm imnm kIvimi In
ilia ileMci), uhicli U u (luriiisn liiven
UULLITIN A08, PAY
SAD TA-LE OF LITTLE
Hi IU to chance hb diet then
Prescribed he milk and bread.
Thtt served to titer thiop a bit
Tbty all went to hb htid.
Leather Art Goods
The finest and largest ex
hibit ever made In Honolulu.
Included are: Sofa Pillows.
Tablecovers, Doilies, Mats,
Calendars, Banners, Music
Rolls, Purses, Cigar Cases
and a great variety of Novel
ties, burnt In Hawaiian
Best Sparking Batteries
Columbia automobile battr!et
are mad tpe1ally for auton.
Thy civ unlvwraml aatlcif action,
fNw toclc now rsady for delivery
Hawaiian Electric Co., Lf d.
Tel. Main 390
Q. 8. LEITHEAD
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Hawaiian Opera Bouse
THUP.3DAY, NOV. 22,
SATUnOAY, NOV 24,
Mrs. Wiggs of the
By a Selected Cast of
THE MA8K AND WIG CLUQ,
LCI ALOHA CHAPTER Mo. 3, O. U. 8,
ron C H A II I T V .
This will be everybody's show.
CLEVER "STUNTS" DY THE
rin Job Printing at tin Dullitln,
"Ihij is (he stMnfiu cue I have.
There's somethinc uudernealii."
Three weeks went by and Utile Bin
Was kf feet, eyes and teeth.
That's the numbtr to ring up, Jf you
want aoda wattr that la PURE AND
WHOLESOME. Try our KOLA
MINT, PEACH MELLOW and 0.1 N
CER ALE th purest gooda manu
factured In town.
Water Works Co
This Is shoe wek here.
Our new stock consists of sizes and
styles for everyone. These leadera
ought to attract you: '
The LITTLE SOLDIER, for boya
and girls, Is a good wearer and good
looker, la telling for $1.50.
The boys favorite, the NAVAL CA
DET, It selling for 1.7S.
INFANTS SHOES are priced from
35c to 75c.
1VT 4 X Ta 4 .
KINO ST., EWA SIDE MARKET.
Unleia you have heard the recent
modtli you can hardly riallit the
great Improvement! tht have hint
made. Hear It t
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