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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T H , TUESDAY, IT.D 6, 1907
Closing Out Sale
Wash Hats Bonnets
In order to niiiko mom, wo lmo dooMoil not to consider rrwt
or nlnc, lint hnvo
Cut Prices in Half
to instiio n remlv pnlo ; tlio.y tno nil lioc'iiniiiij style, ntid jut
wlint will In' wniitrd for tlio Siung.
In White, Pink and Light Blue.
.75 HATS 10t
Lace and embroidery trimmed,
In white, llfiht blue and pink.
$ .70 BONNETS 10
$1.00 " 50
$1.25 " G5
$1.50 " 750
$2.00 " $1.00
ACHI SUED ON Hi
Peter Pan NVaists
At Special Prices
Tlio IVter Pirn W'imt In tin- Latest Favorite, mill Well
AdLjjitoil for This dim.ilo.
White 'P'e'ter Pan Alpaca Waists
tiiiiiiiu'd with iinvv lil nc mid Murk silk.
:!.)() WAIST KOK ?1.90.
White Silk Peter Pan Waists
WuhIuiIiIi1, willi Extra Kuliy Irish Law Kiont.
$.-1.(10 WAIST KOK $3.00.
Solid Color Dimities
jm- 2()u QUALITY FOR 124-liC
Ciiln'it l.iht. Illiif, Pink, C'uidiiiul, Xu'y Ul'ui', Lavomlvr
1 m mid MiiN. '
ICxfullt'iit for ('liiliUvii'd tiiml LuiliK Vnr.
OX SALIC AT IS'iO YARD
N. S- SACHS DRY GOODS CO.
,uuvutnnMminn(Yinnnnn'r'"r''mmmmmm .. !
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The Union Teed Company, Ltd , lint
tiled suit ngalnst W C Acht tor tho,
Sinn of (r32 30 Willi Inti it st fiom April'
S, 1901 I
The complaint sets tortli that on the!
date above mentioned, L)k A Did e
then Judge of the District Court, gavi
Judgment In favor of the plaintiff mill'
against the defendant for three
o mount a, one ror S133 5Q, one for
1152 40 mid a third for .!( CO. Tin
Judgment), It 1m slntid, lme not been
annulled or sillsucd wholl) or In part,
mid Hint Ih again brought to miner
the total mnoiint.
THE AF0N0 MATTER
It Is ono of the provoking tilings In
llfo-accldcnts coino nt the most Inop
portune moments. And.none of us aic
Immune. The president of the South
crn railway, Mr. Soenccr, wai killed
ionic weeks ago In n wreck on his own t
mad A pollc In the Standard I.llo (
& Accident Insurance Co Mould not ,
eiicumher ou llawalluu Trust Co '
Caused by Female Disorder and Cured b)
Lydla E. Plnkham'a Vegetable Compound
with Its thin, crisp crust, Its light
texture ana nutritious wnoiesomeneis I
can be made as easily as any other
kind, If the proper Ingredients are
used. And of these the most Import
ant ic the milk.
The assumpsit matter of Joseph I'.
Mt-ndouca vs. Wing CIioiik Wo was up
before Judge l.liidsjy this morning on
uppcal on the part of the plaint Iff from
the Judgment of the District Court
The cane was dismissed b Judge Whit
ney, which gae rise to the appeal
Thne more demurrers weie filed this
morning In the Afoiig rare. In addi
tion to those which niu nlrend on (lie.
Tony Afong. i:ita 1'. Whiting ami
Martha D.iugherly demur to the peti
tion or .lrn. Afong. The gi omuls are
the name as in the other demurrers
Judge tie Holt has glen Judgment In
favor of the plaintiffs In the matter of
Abigail K Campbell Parker, Joseph 0
Carter anil Cicll Urown, t unices of
the rstnte of Jniues Campbell, s John
II Cummlngs The urt loo was for rex-(
tit nt Ion of certain premises claimed t "
the plaintiffs mid held li the defend-1
ant Jury was waived and there nal
no appearance for the defend int. Tim I
wine plaintiffs brought ejiclmeiit pro
(ceilings against Nlau, otherwise
known us Noauhou and llooknhl De
fendants confessed judgment mid j
Judge Do Holt finds for the- plaintiffs, .
plaintiffs to pay the costs
Competition Is the life of trade audi
the death of sloth
Vou inuiiot lumpier the world for
.iHd In winning over Its w kindness. I
.Mistakes are onh hum) whin 1 1
is the best
H. Hackfeld & Co.,
WEEKLY WEATHER BULLETIN
HONOLULU, T. H., Feb. 4, 1907.
The greatest amounts of rainfall during the week occurred on the
Island of Oahu, and ranged from 3.46 to 6.98 Inches. Rains In amounts
from 2.42 to 3.74 Inches occurred on Molokal, In the Puna and eastern
portion of the Kona districts of Kauat, In the Walluku and Lahalna dis
tricts of Maul, and the Puna district of Hawaii. In the remaining ills
trlcts the total rainfall did not exceed 1.85 Inches.
HONOLULU, T. H, Jan. 28, 1907.
At stations having a record of ten or more years the rainfall was
above the average for the week from 42.38 to -16.13 Inches on Oahu;
1 88 In the eastern portion of the Kona district of Kauai, and -2.02
Inches In the Puna district of Hawaii. In the Hllo district of Hawaii
deficiencies ranging from 1.10 to 2.13 Inches were reported. In the
remaining districts the positive or negative departures did not eoual
The rainfall for the week was less than that of the preceding one at
all stations on Hawaii, excepting one In the Kohala and one In the Kau
districts, at all on Kauai, Molokal and Oahu, and all on Maui, except
ing in the Kula and one in the Koolau districts. The greatest ex
cesses occurred on Oahu and ranged from 42.53 to -16.25 inches. Ex.
eettes ranging from iS 00 to i-4.44 inches were reported from Molokal,
the Puna and eastern portion of the Kona district of Kauai, the Wal
luku and Lahalna districts of Maul, and In the Puna district of Hawaii.
The geratest deficiencies occurred In the Kula and southern' portion
of the Koolau districts of Maul, and ranged from 1.34 to 1.58 inches.
Practically all stations report a lower mean temperature that-durlng
the preceding week, the greatest difference being 2.5'.
Thundrstorms occurred on the 27th at Kohala Mill, Hawaii; 28th
30th, at Kohala Mission, Hawaii; 30th, Walmanalo, Oahu, and Walluku,
Maul; 30th and 31st at Puuhue Ranch, Hawaii, Haiku and Kaanapall,
Maul, and Ewa and Honolulu, Oahu; and on the 31st at Paaullo, Pe
peekeo and Kealakekua (Wallace), Hawaii.
A heavy snowfall occurred on Mauna Kea on the 31st.
High winds were quite prevalent thruout the section during the 30th
Kealakekua (Wallace) reports that there are no signs of activity In
the crater of Mauna Loa.
The following table shows the weekly averages of temperature and
lalnlalt for the principal Islands and for the Group:
Hawaii 63.3 1 07 Inches.
Maui . . . 70 0 1.69 inches.
Oahu ... . 70.6 5 02 Inches.
Kauai . . 69.2 2.54 Inches.
Molokal . . 69.2 3.31 inches.
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OFFICE KING AND ALAKEA GTS
See Our Fine Quality
i 1120 Nuuanu Street, near Hotel,
W.W. Wright Co.
hive opened a horseshot
Ing department In connec
tion with their carriage
hop, etc. Having secur
ed the services of a first
class shoer they are pre
pared to do all work In
trusted to them In a first
class manner. ;: ;: :: :t
Entire Group . . 69.1" 2.00 Inches.
At the local office of the U. S. Weather Bureau in Honolulu the max
imum temperature was 78", the minimum 63", and the mean 70.7, .3
below the normal, and .9" lower than during the preceding week. The
mean dally barometer" ranged from 29.74 to 29.92 Inches, and the mean
for the week, 29 B4, was 0.13 Inch fielow the monthly mean. The total
rainfall wjs 3 46 Inches, 2.38 above the normal, and 2.53 more than last
week's. Tt j mean relative humidity was 80.0; the average cloudi
ness 510ths; and the prevalllngiwlnd direction south, with an average
hourly velocity of 11 miles.
REMARKS BY CORRESPONDENTS.
(Note- The llguns following the mime of a station Indicate, the
dute with which the week's report dosed.)
ISLAND OF HAWAII.
Puuhue Ranch (31) The total ralnfull wus .68 inch, that amount
greater than last week's 8. P. Woods.
Puakea Ranch (31) Tlio rainfall was 1.30 Inches, that amount great
ur than last week's. M. 1). Mason.
Kohala Mill (31) Tim mean temperature was 09.2, and the rain
fall .91 Inch, .Hi above the average for the week, and AH morn than
dining tint piccedlug week. T. Iloltiim l.lllle.
Kohala Mission (D Tlio total rainfall was .75 Inch, .43 less than
tint mirage, and ,C0 moro than Inst week's. Thu mean temperature
was 70.4. Dr II. 1). Hond.
Nlulll (31) The mean temperature was 70.fi. ami the rainfall .C
Inch, .Hi less than last week's, and 32 below the average. F, C.
Walmea (31) Tlio ralnfull was 1.00 Inch. .O'l less than the average,
mid 1.00 Inch gi cater than last week's. Tlio mean temperature was
fi-t.4". James l.alrd.
Paauhau (31) Thu mean temperature was 70. 4, and the rnliifall
1.85 inches, .38 Inch nbovu the average, ami .93 more thau laht
week's. Paauliuu Sugur Plantation Co.
Paaullo (31) The mean tompeiaturu was G4.I, and tlio rainfall
1.18 Inches, .72 Inch moro than last week's. C. It. Hlncow.
Ookala (3lJ Thu rainfall was .89 Inch, 1.30 Inches below tlio aver
age, and .18 inch less than last week's. Tlio menu temperature was
09. 8. W. a. Walker.
Papaaloa (31) Tho week was cool and cloudy, with but 1,10 llichos
of rain. C. McLennan.
Honohlna (31) Thu total rnliifall was ,70 Inch, .02 more thuti last
week's, and l.'Jt Inches less than tlio aerage. W. Klllut.
Hakalau (31) Thu mean temperature was 71.2', nnd the rainfall
,98 Inch, ,08 more than last week's and 1,30 inches less tliuu the aver
age. Hakalau Plantation Co.
Pepeekeu (31) Thu mean temperature wus 71.0, and tho rainfall
1,04 Inches, 1.42 lent) than thu uverago, ami .76 Inch moro Hum last
week's Win. II. Rogers.
Papalkou (31) Warmer dajs and cooler nights prevailed, with 1,01
Inches of rainfall, 1,31 moro than last week's, John T. Molr.
Hllo (Jl) Thu mean temperature was 70.1, and thu rainfall ,1)9
Inch, ,83 moro than last week's, and 1.10 Inches less than tlio nerugo.
L. C. I.vnian.
Ponahawal (31) Tho menu temperature was CC.9, and the rainfall
.CO Inch, .41 moru than last week's. J. E. (lamallelson.
Kaumana (31) Tho muaii temperature was GC.0, mid the rainfall
.01 inch, .07 moro than last week's, ami 2.13 Inches below the aer
agu J. IC. Gamalielsoii.
Kapoho (31) The mean tuupeutuiu was 70.0, and the lallifall
3.1,!) Inches, that amount gi cater than last week's, ami 2.02 abovo thu
aveugu, II. J. Lman. '
Pahala (30) The rainfall amounted to .72 Inch, 13 less than thu
average, and ,28 moie than during last week. The muaii teuiperatuie
was 09.1". Hawaiian Agricultural Co.
' Naalehu (30) Tho lalnfall was .17 Inch, .99 below tho uveugo,
and .08 less than last week's (J. (J, Kinney.
Kealakekua (3D The ralnfull wus 1.92 Inches, 1 57 moio than last
week's. Hubert Wnllnce.
Kealakekua (30) Thu mean temperature, was 70.8, and the rain
full 30 Inch, .50 less than the aveiage, and ,20 mom than last week
Ito Samuel II Davis. .-
A great many women Duffer with a
form of Indigestion or dyspepsia which
does not seem to yield tourdlnary treat
I,,.. til W I,I1m tl. avmtitnitia.. him lulia
similar to those of ordinary Indices f f- ft- efm "4- a v -
tloo.yet the medicine. universally pie , "W 1.1 1 1 iZX. t-1 J I 1
scribed do not seem to restore the pa
tlt-nt's normal condition, -- v-v - . n
Wl Wl.a 1 1
gives you a foil flavored loaf, rich and
rweet, because it contains nearly
three times the percentage of butter
fat that Is In ordinary milk.
You can use It for alt baking or cook
Ing purposes where milk is used, but
with better results.
Take 1 can Carnation Cream to 3 pints
hot water. When lukewarm, add 1
I tabletpoonfut sugar, 1 tablespoonful
rait, and 1 cake compressed yeast
i dissolved in 1-2 cupful warm water.
I Use enough flour to make a stiff bat
ter and let rise for 1 hour. Add
enough flolr to knead well. Cover
d let rise till light. Then knead In
Mr. uini,i,.n. l.ln. n.r.i. u.. ,. . i Pa" at"1 ' ' "M as much as be-
Ulnil of djspepsla Hint Is caused by a fore- antl bikt 'or " ,0 60 minutes.
dcratigemuit of the female, organism,
and which, while It causes a disturb-! HTVDV HIV .Cffl I Til
slice similar to ordlnury Indigestion. I sjuiisi s us s u Wi i.iu.
Bcirarar isy.-s. r vvsrararararaeirar:
... .. .. n,
cannot bo. relieved without n iiudjeine
vthlch not onlv acts us ti stomach tonic, J
but lias a peculiar toutc etftct on the fe-
An proof of this theory we call at
tention to thu case of Mrs. Maggie
Wright, llrooklyn, N. Y , who was
completely til red by Lydla K. Pink
lmniH Vegetable Compound after every-
iiinig eiMi nun saneti. nuu vt rues :
" Kortwo years I Mifferol with il)sls i
nidi h no degenerated tbu rntlro t m ttiut I
was unable to attend to my dally duties, I
frit weak ami hits oua, and niitliingtlmt I at '
tniU-il gout and itcmeKsladUtuibanculiiiuy
fttoiiinth. 1 tried different dtM.rda ruren, ,
but nothing ectnl to help me. I uairnd-1
let to give I.yilui K. l'lnllmiiyi VigetaMa i
. Coinuiiilu trial, and was happily nurprlnsl
to And Hint it acted llltn n flux tonic, anil In a
fewdA)l U'gun to enjoy and pniarl)dlgi't
' lur foil. Mv ns-owrr wn rapid, and in
five weels I was a well woman. 1 Uno rve
nmuieuded It to many nulTtriug wotuea."
I No other medicine. Its the world has
received such widespread and uuiniull
lied endorsement or has such a record
of cures of female troubles, as hasLydla
K. Plnkham's Vei'etublo Compound.
Phone Main 22.
Want your clothes made
to your measure by a tai
lor, If ou could get them
for the same price as you
pa for ready to wears (or
We make garments that
have Indlvlc'iiat distinction
and give the wearer a
grace and ityls not ac
quired in lojdy to weare.
In other wordy, they tit
and give satisfaction for
the same price.
IN THU ClltCl'IT COl'HT 01" Till!
I'lrxt CIrt nit. Terrltor) of Hawaii. In
I'roh.ite, nt Chuiubeis, In the Mat
tel of the Estate of Joshua It Wil
liams, deceiiMil Order of Not lie of I
Petition for Allowance of Pinal Ae
i omits and Discharge In This Kstate
On reading and tiling the petition
and an ounts of William It Castle,
I.Yeiutor itf the estate of Joshua It
Williams, ilei eased, wherein he asks
to be allowed $103,506 22 and ho
iharges himself with $103,500.22,
and asks that thu name m.i) bu ex
amined and npiuovcd, and that a
llnal onlei m i) be made of distribu
tion of the proper! remaining In his
hands to the persons thereto entitled.
nnd discharging him and hlssuieths
fiom .ill fin tiler icspouslhlllt) as
Riuli i:eiutor, It Is ordered that
Moudi. the ! . i ' if Murcli. A
I) 11107, at ullie o't loik u l.i o o i
the Judge of said mint nt tho inure
loom of the mid louit at Honolulu,
Inland of Oahu, bu mid the same
hcreh) Is appointed as thu time and
plain fur healing said petl'lou mil
miouiitti. mid that all peisons Inter
est! d may then nod theie appear and
show imise. If any the) have, nil)
the taimu should not he granted, and
m.i piesent evidence as in who ant
entitled In thu said propert And
that until ii of this Order, In the Hug
llsh language, he published in tho
Kvenlng Hiilletlu newspaper printed
and published In Honolulu, nine a
week for thiee suiicbslvo wieks, tho
last piihlliatlon to he not less thau
two weeks pietluus to the time thoru
In appointed for said hearing.
Dated at Honolulu, this Dth day of
Al.i:XANDi:it LINDSAY, JH..
Hediud Judge of thu Clriillt Court of
the I'lrst Clruill
Clerk of the Cluult Court of
thu Pirst Circuit
300S Peb B, 12, 19. 20
Geo. A. Martin.
..,-. o-rnnc-n I'U
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very Lest quality of meats, butter niiJ
table luxuiies tit the most reasonable
If jou y, a tit sonictliini; extra nice
for dinner, tiy our Island pork, roast
veal, or smoked tongue with some of
our fresh canned nnd shell oyttcrx,
A loidly breakfast bite is our fine
smoked hams or bacon.
Is not a Luxury; It Is a Necessity.
But you Must hav-i the BEST
and thrt Is provided by the famous
and most equitable Laws of Masse
chusetts, In the
New England .Mutual
Life Insurance Cofn.
OF BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS.
If you would be fully Informed about
these laws, address
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GENERAL Af ' NTS,
HONOLULU, T. H.
What an Opportunity..-:
Valentines Give' Us'
to make people
happy1 All of us
look for the postmtn
on Valentine Day.
Ihop in and exam
ine our beautiul as
sortment. l'KICE .J0 cts up.
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd
FRESH JAM, JEL'LY.'CIIUTNCY anli
IBS Hotel St. Phone Blue 1411.
Is quite the rage. It will bo properly
shaped if ordered from
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IN A CLASS
MOTOR-CABS KEEP OUT
Ileillu, Jan 19 A deciee has been
Issued forbidding thu passage of motor
cars through Thuiliiglu The prltitl
laltty Is only 333 ripiuio miles In area,
and thu rclgulng ptliue Is veiy fond
of driving our his domain behind eiy
According to the published decreu
the use of motor cars In Thuriiiglu Is
forbidden beuiuso of the danger which
would be run by Prliicu Schwarlrburg
Soudoiliauseii In tho event of his
horses being frightened b an aiitoiyo
P. E. R. Strauch
Furnished 5r. cottage, Manoa Valley,
Ideal Summer Home. Large Pool
for swimming. Mountain air. Sta
ble. Near car line. $17.00 per m.
7-room Cottage near Kalulanl School
$1C. per m.
HE SHIRTS wc muke to order
have a touch, a tone, or an air about them
that at once suggests dressiness.
Shirt wearers arc beginning to recognize ''that
little difference" between a shirt that fits perfectly
and one that docs not. And its just that difference
that adds greatly to your comfort as well as appear
We Make Shirts To Order
Wc make them to fit perfectly: besides they're
made stronger and will wear longer than the
usual ready-to-wear kind. A large quantity of
fresh new samples now on display. It will take
only a minute to look them over and leave your
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