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It is guaranteed to prevent all winged insects from-annoying
cattle and hones. One application piotects for nt least 24 hours.
Do not expect the best work from the horse that is worn out
Do not expect your cows to give the largest possible yield of
milk if they are not permitted to feed in peace and quiet.
ANTI-FLY PEST does not discolor a white coat, nor does it
cause the liulr to become sticky.
E. O. HALL & SON, LTD.,
COR FORT AND KING STREETS.
Wnr.xtiiLfo- . uiti'. u. uit
I'-ipcr. becf)i.itio:i awl laii:t
iii. w ie at the top of the heap
If you have in iniihl t'u chnuuir ; ur
of iitiv riMin in t'.'e liou'i, i !'. It o'ir v it.'i us--our
experience H ulujbk'.
PAINTER AND DECORATOR - PHONE 426.
has a reputation from one end
cf the mainland to the other.
and It won It fairly. We have
the tame reputation here be
cause we pay equal attention to
Island guests as wt do to out
siders. If you would enjoy your
self for a few days come to
St. Clair Bidgood,
Fine Lot of Driving and Saddle
Horses To Arrive this Week
Tel. Main 109
Standard Line at Low Prices.
Wah Ying ChongCo.
KINO ST., EWA SIDE MARKET.
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
941 NUUANU ST.
l quite the rage. It will bo properly
haped If ordered from
JEWELER 1029 MAUNAKEA ST.
The Expert Dentists
MODERN HIGH CLA86 DENTI8TRY.
Office hours Week days, till 5 p.m.;
Sundays by appointment.
F. L. PERAU80N, D. D. S., Manager.
HOTEL 8T. opp. Union, Arlington blk.
Phone MAIN 147
COAT AND PANTS
CLEANED AND PRESSED FOR
PHONE MAIN 467.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
1846 FORT STREET.
Honolulu Undertaking Go,
1120 FORT ST. PHONE MAIN 179.
NIGHT CALL, PHONE BLUE 901.
M. E. 8ILVA MANAGER
AND OTIIEIl PIANOS.
THAYER PIANO CO.
150 hoti:l sTiinur.
l'hot.t; Main 218.
communicate the moisture to
clothinir and produce mould.
' necessity for sunlieht and air is an
'parent. But they need something
, MOTH BALLS
I JAVELLE WATER
I SALTS OF LEMON
OUR STOCK IS COMPLETE.
Benson, Smith & Co.,
a good lunch with a BIG
glass of beer. You can
have it for 25 cts at
Cor. Bethel and Hotel Sts.
At All Watehdealers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cot. FORT and KINO Sts., Honolulu.
Watch and Jewelry Club
J. A. R. Vieira &Co.
Specjal Attention Given to
I I pV Y tV V C J
""' -"- '-''"J.
BULLETIN ADS. PAY
Oulil liuuplttil I'hifH pin Howard If
iptiirnrd tu (iictii' Hospital,
NEW - TO-DAY
Farewell Benefit fori
At BASEBALL PARK, SATURDAY,
ienruary linn. iuuf. i:io p. m.,
RAPID TRANSIT vs. ARTILLERY;
3:18, HONOLULU vs. PICKED
NINE. Two Good Games and Band
will be in attendance. Tickets (en
titling holder 'to reserved seat), at
Hawn. News, Young Bldg., M. A.
Gnnst & Co. and E. 0. Hall & Sons.
DON'T FAIL TO ATTEND and give
the first Honolulu player to make
the mainland leugue n good send-olf.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
At the Annual Meeting of the
Hlmreholili'iH of the Onomea SuKar
Compato, belli thin day, the follow
Iiir ollliera anil illreetora were elect
ed to icre for the enmilug year.
P. C." Jones.-.-.. .President
C. M. Cooke. lit Vice President
0. M. Vesper
2nd Vice President
Geo. H. Robeitsou
E. F. Bishop ... . Secietary
T. R. Robinson . . . Auditor
Edw. Pollitz, F. W. Macfarlanc
Honolulu. I'eh 13, I'JUT
i:. r. iiisnoi'.
Mutual Telephone Co., Ltd.
Notice Ih hrioby Klvcn Unit it divi
dend has been declared unci U duo
I' nd i.i.iblc nt tin; ollke (if the Coni
uny, on mid after l'eli. IS, 1907
MUTUAL TKM:iMIOXK CO. LTD..
per doUritKY llltO'N,,
THAW IMPROVES, IN MIND
New York, Kvli 1". Testimony was
luti mlui nl s I'xtei dn to pmto the men
tal Improiemc'it of Hairy Thaw since
the shootliiK. the ohjett bolus lo po
tent his (iinunlttiil In tlii' iim)1iiiii.
Aki1, a Chinese, and Kculoh.i Nuf, u
Hawaiian wiumiii, this iuoiiiIiik had a
hearlni; before the United Slates Coin-iiilHMlonei-,
Frank Hatch, on the (harKU
of IhliiK loKethor without koiiii;
lliruiiKh the neieHKary formality of
liiurrhiKe. The) wtie held to the, iic
llou of the Kedeial (irniul Jury, lloud
was fixed al $.".ui for euih, and In de
fault of thu iiioiiv), they were icnnnilt-ted
Tired Nervous Women
Make Unhappy Homes
I 1 riBS(BA fD f' '' llSwJ '' J(Vasl i .'"' t
A nerrouti Irritable woman, often on
the verge of hysterics, Is u bource of
misery to everyanu who conies under
her Influence, uud, unhappy and mis
Such wouieii not only drive hus
bands from home but are wholly unlit
to govern children.
The ills of women act llko a fire
brum) upon the nerves, consequently
seven-tenths of tho nervous prostra
tion, nervous despondency, the
"bluet", tlecplebhiiess, and nervous
Irritability of women arise ftoin somo
Do you experience tits oMepressIon
with reitlessnehg alternating with ex
treme irritability ? Do you suffer
from palus In thu abdominal region,
dybpejista, glcdplesMiess, and ulmot
contlRuully cross unit snappy? If so,
your nerves uro in it shuttered von
illtlon uud you are thrcutened with
l'roof Is monumental that nothing
In tho world Is hotter for nervous
troubles of women than Lydhi K.
l'lukhum's Vegctablo Compound,
made from native roots and herbs.
Thousands and thousands of women
can testify to this fuet.
Mrs, Nellie Makham, of 151 Morgan
St., Buffalo, N. Y., writes:
TImah HTn TMnkliami
"I was a wieclc flout nervous prostration
Lydia K. Pin-ham' Vegetable Compound, made iroin native roots and
the largest number of actual cures of female illseu-.es of any medicine the
World bus ever known, und thousands of voluntary testimonials ure on
file in tho luboratory ut Lynn, Mass., which tentlfy to Its wonderful vuluo.
Lydla C. Plnkham's Vcgxtablc Compound) a Woman's Remedy for Women's Ills,
Miss rtosp D.-nlsou deslies nil who
have b unliable Bimojanl In which
matiKj iIorh inn J he burlid to ailvlso
l.er at unci?. 'Ilii- Dowm-tt Kstatc will
no longer allow tlm mo of the jiiol or
land at Iwlh'l which has hi'i'ii used In
the jiaft Mlm l).1 Irani wanlH that
cemetery anil wanlH It quick. .Manny
ilngs are Just nrtilinj to he kllleil lint
then1 Is no place In which to elect mon
ument to their memory. All appli
cants for the iirMliue of fornhdiilii; u
EMwyard to the Ilum.inc Olllcor please ,
call up Alain as at once
lleporjs Hint have drifted from with
in tin- counncs of Naval circles regal d
Ing (he, uppurtliinmciit of nnval shiiis
Blves eij promise that before the
xummcr has sonc a very creditable
thawing of tho Aim-rltiiii Nnry will ho
HoattiiK mi tin1 home waters of the Pa
cific. AtconlliiK In the flat H'lit nut hy
iiinal hcailquarti-iK, the nrinortd cruis
ers ("allfurnla and Huulli Dnkota will,
upon their (nniplclliin at the Union
liun Works, Ih sent to the Aslatli: Kin
lion tu Join tin lr kIkIit ships, tho Mar
land, Pciiim.Wvunl.i, West Virginia unit
Colorado, Hear Admiral Iliimnson
The big prolt-Ucd ei niseis ClinrloH
Ion and .Milwaukee are tu remain on
The battleship NehrasKa, wlilih will
touu he placed In (iitnuilsslon at l'URet
Sound Htatluu. will lie added to the l'n-
AiraiiRUiients aie lieiiiK made to
transfer tun ur tlmu h.ittlesliljis from
the Atlantic sldu to the t'aclllc Just
whli'li fltlitlni nun 111 tu i will liA..liit
td to strengthen the I'aellle Squadron I
iiave not heeu Pitied on iit.
The Wlhtonslii. which Is imderKoliiB
extensive leiialrs at I'llKot Sound
tlon, will, when reii.ilis aio lomiilett'd.li
come under the llaB of Hear AUntlnil
Swlnhiirne. This will piescnt a liKlil-,uu
Iiik lront of lue hultleshlis, two larne
lirotirted t misers, and several smaller
i raft, toKelher with a number of tin
ledo de-tin) ers
HIL0 BOYS C0MIN0
Hllo. IVIi 8 I'raetleally
all of 0,11
ny 1) Nu-
fifty odd iiiemhurH of Couiptn;
tional Guard of Hawaii, want to Ki to
tho encainumeut ordered hy Col Sopor
for a period of lire daH lieglnnlni; with
Tchruar) 20 The eiieanijinient Is an
iinniial alTalr, held under n Tcdcrnl law
recently jiafsed and Is intended to kws
the inllltln a tlunco to cet some t x-
perieme In actual fluid work and camp
life. Ofllicru of tho regular army will
Kle asslstauco In vstahllshliiK and
The kov eminent has issued a request
that emplojcrg release the men In'
older that the) may K. and there is a
Keneral disposition to let the men off
where It is possible. 'Die lesult wlll
inoliihl) be a Keneral attendance U
Company it The expenses of tians
IKjrtatlon, ninlntenniue, etc., and tho
regular ner diem nnlnry refliil In the
regular aimy, nre all paid by the na
tional got eminent.
thn RulMIn o'tlr.
cards on salt
I sulfernl so I did not care -bat became of
me, uud my family dimpalred of my re
was urel to try Lydla E. I'lnlthatn's
VSU.MIM raluxllu iiP mo. l
Vegetable Coinpouud and I want to till you
that It has entirely t-urad me I think It
U the tlnoat medhtna on earth and I am
recommending It to ail niy friends and
Mrs. fleo. A. James, a life long
resident of ITrcdonlu, N. Y writes:
Dear Mrs. riukhami - ., ,
"I was In a terribly run dotvu condition
and hail nervous prostration raud by
female trouble. In fact I luid not been well
ninceiny ililldrcn were born. Tlil eon
dlllon workod oiimy nerves and I was fr
iltable and mtwrable. I had tried many
remedies without getting inuih help but
Lydla E. PlnUuiin Vegetable Comiwuud
hi ought me hack to health and utrengih. It
has also carried me safely through the
Clmiige of Life. I cannot too ttrougly
recommend your medicine."
Mrs. Plnkham's Invitation to Women.
Women suffering from any form of
female weuknest are Invited to
communicate promptly with Mrs.
l'lnkhutn, at Lynn, Muss. I'roin tho
symptoms given, the trouble may bo
located and the miickust and surest
way of recovery advised. Out of her
vast volume of experience in treating'
female Ills Mrs. I'lnUham probubly
has the very knowledge that will help
your case. Her advice Is free und
GREAT CLEARANCE SALE
Beginning: F?riday. the ISth
IN ALL STYLES OF MATERIALS SUCH AS VOILE, SILKS,
ALPACA, CLOTH AND WASH.
Ladles9 Wash Suits
MADE OF INDIAN HEAD, SKIRT AND ETON JACKETS,
COMPLETE FOR $2.50.
FRIDAY MORNING NEXT, THE 15th
Serial Story No. 8
Most nice shirtwaists worn in tins
country are thin and delicate, with
mu-ll.., inrtinni It barn in flnrl
j. ...u. n, : 41...4.
'"""',""" "",..! JLV-. " '.7
u;iuJy wum uu imuwuiu,
Very often the waist is returned
not properly starched and the lace is
ironed flat and folded over at the
edges and all sealed down with
starch. This makes a beautiful hand
worked waist look like an old fifty
cent stock waist.
The Hartman Steam Laundry em
ploys Hawaiian women to staroh and
iron all shirtwaists by hand. These
girls do nothing else. We see to it
that they do them the way you want
Our prices for shirtwaists are from
20 to 60 cents each.
Phone for onr wagon to call.
PHONE MAIN 484.
J. H. HERTSCHE.... General Manigti
8mll and Medium Slits, Complets. I
I A. FERNANGEZ & SOR, ,
Nos. 44-50 King St.. Kntsey Block, bet.
Nuuinu snd Smith Bis.: Tdl. Main 189. 1
m T la ikUilk
V t A -rn
i --.r mi
B k. v. . a. r
W JILhXANUhK , :
' t lluoiuitll MONOiUIji
Beginning Friday, Feb. 1
At 8 o'clock
pVERY Article reduced In price.
Bargains In AH Departments.
In some cases prices almost cut
In two. Come and examine the
Goods and Prices. '
L. B. KERR
Thcie's a lot in remem
bering this name when or
dering butter. It's a pleas
ant, easy name to remember
The 1007 churning came
in the Alameda last week
and will be found at
Henry May & Co ,
( lllc Cl for uuntu-1
U.-f-.M4M 1,.11-H..,.- ... .....l...
kt --. ' "' --.-..
raiuivts, shu uui iiiu
gflit or iHilwbwil.
Mhl by II rwr SUI.
CtrrnUr rut on rniUMt
Beautiful Colored Filipino Mats.
Samoan Tappa Clothes, Souvenir
HAWAII & SOUTH SEAS CURIO CO.
(Moana, Young and Hawn. Hotels.)
tued lor over .BIXTY
has been tiled for over. BIXT
JritAKS ty MIL.L.IUNH oi Mutnera
lIO. with .perfect success. .IT s9
bOOTlll'.S too CHILI). bUtTUN
the OUM8.ALLAYS all .palo,
CURES WINt) COLIC, and U tho
by bruiaUta In every part of tho
world, ua sura and uV for Mra.
Wiailow'a BootblnrSyrupaad take
nooiaer yinu. aa 3um a oiu.
& CO., Ltd.
Phono Alisln 22
mm .. . .
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1907,
12 O'CLOCK NOON,
On the premises,
COU. OV TOUT nml VINKVAUD,
f will sell thu
(hereon, to be removed nt once.
, JAQ. F. MOROAN, '
At my salesroom, 8G7 Knahiimanu
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1007;
Portion of Hoyal Patent No. 24C7,
tlbserlhed in deed of Hugo BtatiKeii
wald to (leorKO .1. Itosu, dated Dec.
2'J, 1875, and recorded In the Itegls
trar's ulllce, Honolulu, In t.lher 4f,
page C7. '
HeKlnnliiR al a point on tho hid
Kut Hide of Peretanla Aunue 120 ft.
northwesterly of the Joint comer of
the StntiKenwahl ami Mulcalf lots,
mid 340,i 1-2 ft. from the corner of
Alapal Street, and running as fol
lows: 1. H r,2 20 V. trill) 220 1-2 ft.
along Stnngeuwald Land;
2. N. 30 40' V. true 104 1-4 ft.
along Stnngeuwald Land:
3. N. 00 00' ! true 188 1-4 ft.
long Hlaiigenwald Land;
4. S. BO 30' K. true 117 3-4 ft.
along lleietnula Avenue to initial
Area, 22,340 square feet, or al
io (I acres.
Free of all Incuiuhranccs.
Deeds at expense of purchaser.
JA3. F. MOROAN,
WE WOULD ASK YOU TO
.. INSPECT THE FINEST
EVER SHOWN IN HONO-'
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Foil and King Sts.
PHONE MAIN 131
BOSTON BUDQ., FORT STREET.
Mike Wright Cigar
The best smoke 'sold In
this market. Try It.
HAY8ELDEM TOBACCO COMPANY.
ALEXANDER YOUNQ BLDQ. '
VICTOR TALKING MACHINE8
Compare he talking machine of flva
years ago with the Victor of oday
and note the wonderful advancement.
It Is Impossible to conceive of any fur
ther Improvement In this almost huV
BERG8TROM MUSIC CO. LTD.
Is, kept on file at E.
C. DAKE'S ADVER.
T I 8 I N G AGENCY.
124 8ansome St., 8an Francisco, Cal.,
where contract for advertising can
b mads far t
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