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BVKStSn ntTM.KTIK. ItnS'OMlt.lf, T li.MCHJIiAY XlAltril II. IW7
NOW IN PROGRESS
Thli scaion'i boat styles, In a variety of materials: Elons, Coat
effect, Pony Suits, etc., are Included In this Sale.
Unprecedented Price Cutting To Insure
An opportunity to Duy an Eacter Drcso at almost half price. This
Sale should create the keenest Interest, as Swceplno Deductions
have bced made on every tjarment.
$375 SUITS NOW.
WTO 5UIT3 NOW
$4.50 SUITS NOW
$6.75 SUITS NOW
$7.50 SUITS NOW
$8.00 SUITS NOW
$8.75 SUITS NOW
$9.00 SUITS NOW
Children's and Misses'
AT TREMENDOUS REDUCTION! 1
Made of fine sheer materials, handsomely trimmed with Valen.
elennes lace, embroidery and embroidered medallions; sizes 8, 10, 12
anu 14 years.
$.0.50 DRESSES TOR
$10.50 DRESSES FOR
$15.50 DRESSES FOR
$17.1.0 DRESSES FOR
iN. S. SACHS DBY
Si ' Tl yPlf Elicit ' liM"TT"TMiaT"'' M -rt i1 'rff
IT'S A COLD FACT that the LEONARD CLEANADLE
Is almost the only one on the market which has not deterior
ated In quality to meet compitltlon In price; That the LEONARD
alr-tlpht lock is the very Best kind.
Jhl. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.,
This Week Only
Sale (jooils Include all faicy and plain colors; or medium and
best grades of: Corset Covers, Petticoats, Nlyht Gowns, Drawers,
Chemises and a Dig Assortnnlit of Laces.
SALE PRICES ARE ALMOST HALF REGULAR PRICES.
DON'T MISS THIS CHANCEl
5 NUUANU BETWEEN HOTEL
Weekly Bulletin 61 Per Year
, a on
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GOODS G0M LTD.
AND KING STREETS.
Wiillnliii. M.ii! S Anionic die )iix
u-tiKi-m fin Honolulu timl WViliiruilny
iiftrrtinoii i!r nil inner ('land I no went
two nf (Vntrnl .MiuiI'h IcmllMR iiipii vvlm
un kIK unity to inrn fainu In their
l-Npi-rllvc vmiiilonti In llfo In new
vplioittt. JnnirB r-cntt, Intc inannRrr if
Klhrl HtiRiir I'lnn'iallon vvmt with his
family In Honolulu en niiitu In I'or
liliwi Hlilllii'i- ho Kill ri) on the H ri.
t'opllr Mx wi-i-Ib licllro Mr. Hinll IJ
nut mil) a nipuliif miK.ir pliinli-r Inn
he l iiIkii iiii I'Xprrlciucd -ni;lni(.-r,
which (iiiallllcailmiB prcuM i-nliittii-n
his alnc In his chtntMi lino. vwn Lilly
In ii new oiiiitr ulieic Hip iriiiloul
iiipIIiimIk in thi' iniiiiiifHrliiru of miRtti
nro lit jirtront I'tnpliivrd. Mi Sutlt
lias a mcul lniK fnr KkiniHivn for nut
ml) Ihu clliilak- Ih IuvcjiiiIjIi-, IicIiik iiii
tlio rninn lundlcl of Inlliuilo with Ha
waii, hul ulixt mi ritmtil It of limit well
tiilnptcil for llio Liilllrullim tit raiio
Tlio tilticr Rvnllciiiati vvltit left Muni
amlilut the innii) hkn'U of IiIh minirr
nun filemlH xmih II. rillcr, lalo Sup
orlnlindunt of tho Kalmliil ttiilliotid
Conijinnj. It una lie who ilurlni? IiIh
littiiinliuncv of m-vuii iiml a half Hnrt
vvlllt llio (onipany, kIiouM ictelvo the
tri-dll for Hie pkhpiu IiIhIi lnndliiK
)f llio riimpiui.t for whit It lie Inlioinl
uliiinit iiHcHiaiilly ilurliiK tlipsc Ioiik
.vciiih. la'ixt Wriliiosilai aflprnooii in
lliinl of tlio iphIiIciko of IV Ml IIoiih at
KiiIiiiIiiI, a luniu niiinlirr of the rm
plojrtM of tho Kalmliil Itiillru.nl t'om
I'.uiy Kittlicrrd tlicic to bid alolia.lu
lliolr fornipr xtiiivrlntctiiluiit and frlciul.
II. W niler wim nlso there hat ho
wiih not iipjirlHcil or tho Utile jilriiMiiit
mirprlHu which Ills inua hail In slnrc
for 111 in. Ferdinand llonii, nun of llio
Jlcli'St employees of Ihu vonipaii), ad
vanced Inwards Mr Filler ami vvltli a
few well ilioipii imls appioprlalr In
llio oi-umlini, pu-iiuiiU'il their ileparllim
chief with a hatuNoiiiu inuaoniiiilncil
nilil wauli, worth iiraily J200. In inak
Iiib tliu n!iilaUun Mr. lions re
U'iipiI to t liu oM'i'-jilpiiKanl relations
whleli alwiijd uxIkIciI livlucen Mr. Til
ler anil lilts Hiiboi dilution, and In bid
lliil It I III to ii-ropl tho liiiudroiiio met;
t'f)l iih it hIIkIiI token of tho IiIrIi e
teein villi which Mr. Killer wus nlii)!l
nelil by IiIk iiiiu, Mr. lions expressed
llio liojio that nliurctcr .Mr. Filler lab
ors in Ihu fiilinc, whether-under tho
brlKht hiiiiii) climes of Hawaii or under
the, ruiild zones far awn), thai he will
eor lenieinber tho bojs at Kalmliil,
tad that the boys will eer therlsh IiIh
iiii'iniir and the many Kl ml deed i
which Miv Filler liatl ilonu for theiii
which none but tho grout Hereafter
Mr tiller In aeiepllin; tlio handsome
Klft was bo lllletl wiih emotion that
UN toiiKiio, whli h was ecr read In
Che tho won! of eomiiiaiid for tliu eu
liituremeiit or the b-.st Interests or his
conijiany, ror onto went hark on him,
mid he Blood (hero with tliu simplicity
tr a newborn babe ami his ces showed
1'nw deeply ho iipiiieilnted thu cirt o(
tho donors. When he ruinn ti him
elf ir:iIii ho thaulied them all i:ikI
wished that they would ulvo his suc
icssiir, J. X. S. Williams, tho sanif
hearl Riippiirl iiml wIIIIiib help which
they hud Klven him In tho jiast.
Thieo Itparly cheers lor .Mr. Filler
weie then uUen by thu Ibijs.
Walliiliii, MiiicIi 8. Tho homes i)t
lion. Win. 11 liiB or Uhiilna anil
Atiu-RMir V. T llobliiHiu tiiitl I). H.
D.uls. both of Walliiliii, weio hrliilit
finil Ihls weel. by tho arrival of now
heirs In each liiime. The U'llmlna mirv
was by far tho happier for last .Mon
d.i, Mnich lib, his wife presented
him with twins, a boy ami it nlrl, On
Tuesday iirteinoon u bo was Isirn to
.Mr and Mrs. T UoIiIiihiii, and on
She followliiK eenliiK Jlrs. I). II.
D.uls k,ho blrlh to a bo). Thesu now
born bahob uio all iIoIhk well ami the
happy ralhers are all IooMiik rorwiuil
to the day when these hells will reach
uieir majorll and immune thu re
tponslblo nrfairs or Ufa bhlu by slilu
nun uieir Kiitynaireil il.tildles.
ARRESTS ARE MADE
BY LIEUT. LUAHIWA
.Sheriff luuke.i will return from his
Hip a ml the Island today and has
iniuh) a UioioiikIi search of llio various
low iih for Illicit llipior scIIIiik imp oili
er violations of the law. Tho Hhorlir
has hern ncioinpnnlcil by l.leut. .losnpii
l.u.ililua, who has ilonu soniu wi
food woilj. Katiirday ovouIuk ho ur
ret.led a .liiji.itiesn In Walalim on a
(haiKii or foIIIiik lliiiior without a lic
ense and It Is said that ho has u Htinn;;
case. Veslerday ho auesleil it nuiple
or .lap.iii"M) Kiiinblers, mid captured
their oiillll. It Is tmld that Ihu Wii la
bia pollen who amimjMiilcd him weio
mi slow that thoy allow eil all tlio ollun
t'linilileis lit set itway.
COLLEGE CLUB MEETS
Satin day afternoon, bohio forty mciii
beis or the Col lew Club sat down to
ihu (inrn telly lunch and business meet
liiK at tho l)lliiichiini residence. Under
tho wlilt! imrcadliiR branches or a mon-Key-pod
tieo a dullclotis cliowdcr was
discussed. Tho principal point of in
terest dealt with was the, Inaiwiratlnj;
of a detliilto t'liiMidu UKiiliisl tuliei
cnlosln. Tliu jilnns or tho CoIIpko Club nro
lull) eudoited h) the Hoard or Health,
SV" Flna Job Printing at the Bub
P. E R. Strauch
Furnished 5r. eottaae, Minoa Valley,
Ideal Summer Home, Large pooi
for swimming. Mountain air. Sta
ble, Near car line. $15.00 per m,
7-room Iiouse near Kalulanl School.
Newly papered and painted. Tob
I let and bath. Insurance $800. Very
cheap; $1,300, Easy Payment.
'WAITY BLDG. 74 S. KING ST.
l s w"1
Tor coiifiln nut colils.
" A fricml In need Ii tvftlcnil in
doml." Ayor's Cherry IViWral is just
such n friend. Ncicr bo wlthnut II,
It will proron (juimI fricml when )ti
havo n Irujh cold, briti;iti; luitnedl
ato relief. You will Hint it viiually
truo in oM culds, brouchltii, whoop-
i InR-coiiRh, alhina,
1 If you will uto
I "Cherry Sectoral
for an Irrltablo thrn.it nr weak lungs,
you win nun it "tun nou iricnil III
tho world." Hnctsaa nstroiii-toiile,
clearing up tlio throat, Rivlne; truio
to tho rcl.nul thsnet, and greatly
strciiqlttciilite; tlio liini;.
Thoro uro many substitutes ami
linltntlnnt, llowaro nf llietn am) nf
so-rallcil "Oenulno Cherry l'octoral."
Ho suro you ret AYKK'tt Cherry
l'utup In larco anil small l.nttlos.
AS COW MILKERS
A well-known rancher on Hawaii
writes tho following interest Iiik slory
or a new Industry hut modestly dis
claims all personal eiedlt:
Yeiy little Is known on Iho main
land or thu wonderful strides that
diilr)iiiR has tnkuii In Hawaii since an
nexation. Homo yeaiM iikii what aptieareil as it
disastrous set bad; has since proven a
bonanza In many or the local dairies.
Tlio hldi price or labor Konernlly
was tho main setback to small fa nil
( rs, and had It not been for Ihu acci
dental dlsccnery of u substitute) for Ihu
hlh'h-prlced milkmen the Industiy
uoiihl certainly nut be lu thu hliih po
sition II occupies today
At ono of thu Hawaii dairies tliu
prent mortality nr enhes ftoin no ap
parent cause whateHT led to an III.
M-atluatlon. H was dlseowted that
Ihu cnlxi'H woro.Ktimcd to death. Tliu
liiolheis wero In Kod condition mid
mno it liberal .supply ot milk, )et the
calves did not 1,'et It.
After weeks of careful wnlcbliiK, thu
cause was at last discovered accident
ally. A cowboy, noticed n cow lyliiR
down and, thlnkliiK sometlilai; was
wroiiK, he Investigated. Ho found four
bullfrogs sucking thu milk, lie Imme
diately reported and to prou his ills
em ory soveritl cows in milk were tak
en to thu pasture ami allowed to roam
about. liiMiilnbly as they laid down
htilliropi would appear and suck them
dry. After this tho cows worn kept In
tho stable nl iiIkIiIs and carefully
watched during tho day.
Tho owner, howuer, was nr an In
eiitlo turn or mind and thought that
this dlscowiy might bo nindo usu of.
ARer sundry experiments, sceral
trows wero raptured. Four or them
would milk nn ordinary cow dry In
about 1 -2 minutes. They would let
U anil drop In a banket placed under
tho cow's udder, lly holding them
head down and opening tho jaws thu
milk was injured Into thu can.
1 nun this small beginning milking
with hulirmss has duv eloped Into ,i
considerable Industry and Ihu saving
In labor alone icprcscutH a largo prof
it. Ono man with n gang or HI to 11
bullfrogs will milk s siring of Co cows
Hi 1 1-2 hours.
Cleat cure should bo taken in not
ooifeedlHK tho milkers or they liu
como lazy. And It Is also very liuir
taut to not give a frog to a cow of too
great capacity In milk, or accidents
might happen. Thu frog milker will,
us a rule, not slop sucking until thu
milk Is finished, so then) In a reason
lo bo careful. A Rood hullfroK milker
Is worth about 7.S0 on tho market and
his teini of usefulness Is about six
months, afler which liu gets lazy mid
bloated. Ho In then fattened for mar
ket mill fetches $0.50
Thu ludiisliy of raising frog milkers
is rapidly assuming great proportions,
in certain districts, ami unless tho
milkers' unions or llio ' States Inter
feres there Is no doubt that tho exisir
tntlmi will pimo a valuable, asset to
fartuers In lltiwnll,
J'rom n sanitary point of low loo
much cannot ho said In favor or the
ufo of frog milkers. On ono dairy wire
rows iiml dlity milk was tho ruin mi
III the owner purili.ised a dozen or the
Any further Inionualloii on this sub
Jict will be gladly given Kinds by the
Serrolnn or Hie llullfiog Mllkeis" As-'
Alfiwl J. Cleury and 0 M. llnjlo. Jr,'
graduates ot the University of Cull
I lornia in tne engineering rutss in iuui
i nro wnrkliiK on tbu problem of wnlci
tiiinsMiilittloii Into some of the desoits'
i of California mure especially tho rich
mining localllv known as Death Val
I ley. Water b. selling In Deulh Vallej
lit $S0 n baiiil. nml theso two eugl-j
peers uiti In hopes nf hlitliiK on some
echeine to ipIIpvo the enture0luc
minors of that district.
V BULLETIN ADS, PAY
THE SUPREME COURT
The Hiiiii tin Court ililx morning
I amled ilown it derision In the rnse
ol II (I Mlddledltrh. Irimlie In b.i'tk
inplry or Charles II. Derrick Car
ila go Co., Ltd.. vs .1 Jvalaulannolo
and Knplulatit liale. I ."id . partially
coullriillng the Judgini nt of the fir
cull Judge, from which appeal was,
The soil was brought to enforce'
payment nf a mile for $518 given to
the plalnllrf rorpornlloii b) Hie do-'
fendanl. Tin- Circuit Judge, when Ibej
rnso raine up before hint, held that
unity wnf without Jurisdiction and I
dismissed the bill. The decree np-l
pealed from Is confirmed It) die Sn '
picnic Court as tit the dismissal or the
bill wllh costs and leversed I's to tliu
allowance or counsel Tees lis damages
under the Injunction hoild The sylln
bus or the decision Is as billows
Creditors' hill; prerequisites. Judg
ment nt law, execution unsntlslled
Ii seems Hint a Judgment nt law nml
li turn ol execution linsiillslled should
ordinarily bo shown In order to sus
tain it creditors' hill under our slat
tile as well as under tho general rules
ol eipilty although not under tho Mns
Hiichuselts statute from which ours
was taken, hut, If not. It Is noccssirv
to show at least t Ii tit thu defendant
has not piopert) within the Territory
liable to execution out of which tits
debt may be sallsded.
Damages; Injunction bond, counsel
fees. Counsel fees titirensiinably In
curred to obtain a dissolution of ait
Injunction should not be allowed as
damages under the Injunction bond.
The following pnriigiaph appears In
a leicnlly published letter or I). I'
Austin, Ciller or Unreal! or Hlntlslltt,
Peparliucnt or Commerce and Ijibor, tu
the Hawaii Promotion Committee
"A sect Inn able lo jirodiito biiclt a
variety or tropical articles as pro
dined in tho Hawaiian Islands, ami
having tree ticicss to a market tie-
maudlin: such enormous ipianillles ot
those various articles as docs llio iniir
l;el or the I'nlted States, ought lo be
come not me) el.v prosperous, as ll ul
lead)' Is. but one or the inoit pnxper
oils nml perhaps thu most prosperous
or all the tropical communities or thu
vvorl ' '
II. 1'. Dillingham, when spoken lo
(it the subject, Is lu thorough acroid
with the nlsive. but Is also of the opin
ion that sin It Industries will not reach
their zenith until more points aie
pleiioil by rallioads.
Mr. Dillingham points out mapy
places thai have become productive
only thioiigh the ugvlic) ot Ihu lull
load liu claims there are many mum
cucii spots tli.it- will be made to bloom
only by thu advent or the steel tails.
MISS CASE WILL SING
AT M'GREW RESIDENCE
Miss Adelu Caso will glvu her last
recital tomorrow evening at tho
homo or Mrs. .1. H. McfJrow, corner of
l.unalllo and llackfctil streets.
The Mcfirevv icsldenco Is specially
nd'ipleil for entertaining a large crowd
anil It Is hoped that no one will miss
this last chance to hear the rich eon
Iralto voice which Miss Case so well
knows how to handle.
.Miss Caso wlfl loavo cm Wednesday
Tliu admission to tomorrow uven
lug's concert Ik $1.
There is a wild tribe in Hie Philip
pines known as thu Mongols, who
have stubbornly icfused ror centuries
to'assluillati) or In any way become nt
'acheil to thu Christian rotes or even
their own kind throughout tho Islands.
This tribe is within the Juil.cllc lion of
I'livabas and according lo u fornn r
governor's report there Is one section
north or Dagcait Inhabited by these
people whole no Christian has evi r
penetrated and whciu the sovereign!)
or Spain or tho I'nlted States has never
been acknowledged. It Is potslblo that
thesu Infidel tillx's vylll never be mo
lested by the I'nlleil States; or any oili
er government. 'Iho loiintry Is so
wild that It Is plmo-vl useless to semi
tolc'lcrs there and besides these slrango
beln-i'i have n f.o-ully or mludliig their
own business. Spain has lost many
ol Its soldiers lu attempts to rnnipur
these ItlbiH Iml they still buld tbclr
B-"For Rent" cards on sals at
(ha Bulletin office.
We Clean Straw Hats
The Rain, Perhaps,
Has Played Havoc
with your Straw or' Panama Hat. Don't worry. Bring it right over to us, nnd wc will clean
and fix it up for you so well as to make you think, when we give it back to you in n day or so,
that you arc getting a New Hat!. Our cleansing process is perfect; all discoloration is remov
ed, and no injury is done.
M. Mclnerny, Ltd,
Tho prrnlesl menace to nnntan s
pcrinniielit linpplties in nfe ' tlio
sulTerliitf that conies from Mime do
rangpuielit of tho feminine organs
Many thousand of women bate
renllreil this too lalo to sttvo their
liealth, barely In time to saro their
To be a successful wife, to retain
the love ami admiration of her litis
hand, should bo a woman's constant
If a woman finds that Iter enrr
glesare Magging. IhatshogetseaMiy
tired, dark shallow appear under
her eves, she has Incknche, h'-ad-ache,
licnrlng-dovvn sensntlons, ner
vousness, Irregularities or tho
"blurs," sho should start nt onco lo
bullet up Iter system by it tonic, vv ltli
speclllo ijwcrs, such as
Lydia E. Pinkham's
lite crent woman's remedy for vvoman'sllls. man- nnlvrf' t-n-- Iberbs
It cures t'einato t'oinplaints, such as Drat,, ng s ,- , Weak
Hick, I'alllng nud Displacement liillammnti n nml I - a f 'all
Organic Dlsettses, nml Is Invaluable In the Change of I ' It res
and Kxik-U Tumors at an carlv stage Sul Hi Uuitm s Sir-. .us
I'mslrntloit. Kxhniistlon. anil strengthens unil me the Ht.-m.) I- un-
llrndachc, (lelicral Debility, Indigestion and umgorat. - lie vh-ile
frtnnlo Bvsein. It Is an excellent remedy for dcraugeni. nts of tho
Kldneysln either M-x.
o AT o
Yee Chan's Store
Grand Bouiul-Up Sals
previous to removal to Cas
tle & Cooke's old building.
For two weeks only wc
will olTcr our entire stock
DRY GOODS, CL0THINO,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
HATS, BOOTS nnd SHOES,
etc., AT COST and in many
instances BELOW COST.
Saturday, March 9, 1907
Nituanu St., one door from King St.
FRESH JAM, JELLY, CHUTNEY and
105 Hotel St. Phono Blue 1411.
Pin Money Pickles
These nicklcs are in universal fnvor. The icuson is found
in the care and life-lone; cxmricncc brought to bear in their
preparation by Mrs. . G, Kidd of Richmond, Vn. Wc have in'
stock six kinds Gherkin, Mixed, Bur Cucumber, and Bur, Pep
per and Melon Mango.
Henry May &
tlic life of Washington because he
knew liow to marslinl his mental
The great success and popularity
SWEET VIOLET BUTTER
has won is largely due to the skill
nnd care employed in our dairy.
This dairy turns the best cream
into the best butter by the cleanest
nnd most improved machinery.
TRY A POUND.
nsvMPni Henf rr-tim On tat at
.., oulletln office. ?
HABERDASHER AND CLOTHIER.
FoiJ and Merchant SK
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