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KVEHtNCJ nUU.RTIN, HONOLULU T. II.. MONDAY, APIUL 22. 1007.
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IT GETS YOU THERE I
THAT'S WHAT AN AUTOIST WANTS.
COLUMBIA DRY BATTERY NO. 2
Is the kind you may depend o.i. Not only lip s it got absolute re
liability, but it hm POWER, FORCE, LirE in bigger quantitiei
than any battery on the market.
Sold also by the Aociat?d Garage Co., Schuninn Carriage Co.,
ltd., E. 0. Hall & Son, ltd.
Hawaiian Electric Co., Xd.
KINO ST. NEAR ALAKEA. PHONE MAIN 390.
Canvas Army Cots
Bought at the Military Sale. All in Good Order!
FOR SAIE AT
f COYNE FURNITURE CO., LTD.
AND OTimn PIANOS
r THAYER PIANO CO
U HOTKL STREET.
Phono Main 218.
II. H. HEBT$CHE....Ctnrl Manager
Get thB Best
Sea anything advertised
Come here and gtt It
QET THE BENUINE.
No "Just ai good" talk her.
W dan't want to sill "some
thing Just as goad." We want
to sail what you call for the
real article standard and genu
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Fort and King Sts.
PHONE MAIN 131
A plunge bath after exercise is
oe of the essentials. At Hakiv.i
there is a fine plange, splendid folf
links and tennis eoart. Wide, roo
my verandas, splendid sleeping
rooms, most of them mosqnito proof,
and the best cuisine in the country.
St. Clair Bidgood,
Nuuaau betw. Hotel and King Sts.
K. FUJITA & CO.
CONTRACTORS, BUILDER8 AND
Bamboo Furniture Mads To Order
NUUANU ST. COR. KUKUI.
PHONE WHITE 901.
Honolulu Undertaking Co,
1120 FORT 8T. PHONE MAIN 179.
NIQHT CALL, PHONE BLUE 901.
M. E. 6ILVA MANAGER
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Tools that arc re
liable tools that
are ready when
yon ate tools that
will do hard work
on hard material.
Such tools are
Bach the best
of ita kind.
Each bears the
t r ademarlc
We have just received a
new stock of
elol Gulling Saws
Sec 'onr window display
E- 0. Hall & Son,
FORT AND KINO STS.
Bookings will be re
for the Steamship
Leaving Honolulu for
W. G. Irwin & Go,
3PJF Fine Job Printing at the Bui
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lory of Hawaii, Session of 1907, will
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lllds wltl be opened at tho Senate
chamber, Capitol lltilldlng, on Thtirs
day. tho 23th day of April, A. D. 1907,
ut 12 o'clock noon. Tho lowest or nay
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Honolulu, 11. T April 20th. 1907.
TfifSSt Clerk of tho Senate,
awwii s tWlPi.l msmi oj - I, I,
THURSDAY, APRIL 25.
Eox plan opens at Wall, Nichols Co,
Monday, April 22d,
COMMENCING FRIDAY, APRIL 20
Presenting a Repertoire of Comedy,
xarcc ana Melodrama.
Friday and Saturday Nights and Sat
"A ROYAL RECEPTION"
Monday and Tuesday
"THE AMERICAN OIRT."
POLITE VAUDEVILLE BETWEEN
Headed by tho Clever Child Duo,
THE 0SB0RH CHILDREN.
A BIG DOUBLE SHOW !
The sale of scats onens nt the Or-
nhcum box office Wednesday at 10
0AHU COUNTRY CLUB OPENING.
The Onhti Country Club announce.)
Hint It will open Ita Club House, and
Giotindx on Saturday, tlio 27th InBt.,
p. m. The ladles or tho Club will re
celvo nnd wne tea from 3 to 0
o'clock p. m., and all members mid
vvoll-wlshors of the Club lira Invited
lo bo present nnd Inspect the prrni-
No cards of Invitation will be Is-
i: r. ijisiiop.
President, O.iliu Country Club.
For Rent" oards on sale at
the Bulletin office.
Opponents Of Measure
Too Lethargic To
f.lst Dav Afternoon Session.
Tho House held a short and lrlliarRle
tcsslon .Satuiduy iifiernoon. Sccral
bllla were pasved, tin' most lmortant
neliiR Hie local opllon bill 'li.e am
ludo of the U-claintiiic on this meas
ure had been tonslilcuibl) changed by
liic aticccli of Kiihlo when the bill was
lip on ilrat readliiK, and some of the
members who were mint btrongly op-
poscd to It were either won over or
illdn t care much which way mo oto
In uddlltoii to this, the House was
weary and didn't want to Work. To
kill the bill would prubabl hae
meant a Ioiik nflcrnoou of Kpeechmak
Inp, and nobody wanted to listen to
speeches. 'Ihey wanted to get away,
nml the eailc3t way seemed to lie to
paso the bill nml net rid of It. So they
pastil It. Seictitl or those most
strongly opposed to the measure wcro
absent, which made It easier for tho
Irlends of the bill.
Third reading of Homo Hill 229, re
lating lo bonds of public olllicrs, wjs
I he first business taken up at the Sat
urday afternoon session of the House.
Tho bill passed without debate, oil
motion or llawllus, Us Introducer Tlio
vote was 22 to 1, .Moamiull olced the
LOCAL OPTION PASSKS.
Tl.o local option bill was called up
ut n moment when trcti or tho mem
bers or the House were nbseiit.
lluwllnu still saw siiiiks ahead. 1(0
asked Hughes what would he the ef
fect ir the election were held for In
stance upon No ember 8, upon a lic
ence obtained on Not ember 1.
Hughes answered geueially that tho
bill had been .oil" over mail tlmc-3
nnd he was satisfied with It. Ho moed
the passage or the bill.
ltaw llus otTcrcd nn amendment after
llio Houso had taken u mess of three,
minutes to give him time tit draft It.
Ills nmeiidmciit pun tries that nothing
In tho bill shall bo construed lo luul
Idato any previously Issued Ik elite In
the event or tho voters In tho piccliut
voting ngalnst saloons. The amend
ment was adopted. There was no
further debate on the bill, tho mem
bers being lethargic, and feeling bndly
dented that they should hao to work
on Satin dny afternoon. The vote was
taken mid the bill i an led 21 to 3. with
ti absent. Sllva. K.ilama and Corrcj
oted against It.
riHtui-: jionu hills pass.
HoUbo Hill 230. amending section
Z3i,r, or the, Kcvlseil Ijtws, ono of Hnwi
linn' mcaciirtH, parsed without uppo
.lllon. Another or H.iwllns' bills, House Hill
231, revoking tho right of appoint
ment of ugents to take acknowledg
ments, went through easily, 22 to 3.
House Hill 232, giving the right of
way to ambulances of the Hoard of
Health and providing pcnajtles for ob
structing such ambulances, met no op
loslllon. pnrslng without debate.
Home Hill 233, fixing the fees that
may bo (ollcctcd by icglBtrnrs, a llaw
llus' miasm e, as wcro the two preced
ing, anted a dlocusslou between Raw
lins and Knielopu, and tho Houso reel
ing loo we.irj to listen to any debate.
tabled the bill.
UIUI) HILL PASSES.
.Senate Hill S7. to united the birds
bcncficl.il to tho forests of Hawaii,
passed by unanimous olc.
On Houso Hill -'."ti. confirming Ilia
ic.Miliitlon or tho Maul Supervisors
authorizing (hi) IsMiancn of $110,000 of
liomlu, tlio lilies wcro suspended nml
tho bill read throughout nnd lefened
lo commit lee.
Houso 1111 233, providing a sinking
fund for tho icdcnintlou or nurcliasu
of bonds Ibsiicd by any county or tho
Homo Hill 237, piovldlng for tho
ki anting or licenses to dealers in hee-nnd-li.ind
toods nt J25 a jcar and lo
junk dealers at $2.10 a year, wcro given
leeond icadln.1 and icferrcd to loin
I SPORTS 1
In tho Hetall LI(iior Hcnlcis' Lcaguo
game played yesterday between tho
favorites nnd tho Cobwebs at Kaplo
laul VaiU, tlio former team, turned out
lo bo winner by tho siore of 13-11
Tlio Knvorltes wcro helped out by sev
eral plajcrs from tho U. S. S. An
napolis, tho most notable of theto be
ing Gnrilucr, tho ravoilles' pitcher,
who put up n slur game, holding down
tlio opposing team to (Ivo lilts. With
n stiongcr team behind him lie would
have shut out his opoonciils.
Tho Twilights wjro cry strongly
lepitbciikd In the Cobweb (cum ami
vvcio oxpcLlcd to win but tho salt water
pljycrn weio tboio with tho goods uml
Immled out ton strong nil uitlelo of
ball. 'I he score by Innings:
1 2 3 4 5 C 7
Cobwebs 1 0 0 0 3 1 0 11
latoiltcs 2 0 0 0 8 3 13
Tho following am Saimriay alter-
noon's cricket results at Maklkl;
E. Melannhy bill oadfoot 0
T. GUI. not out 00
11. V. Hcardmore b Morse 3
Mclloimld b Morso 4
it. A. Joidau b Mursu 6
. iiiiriwAiH-f?llilBfiiiili' nMt- niililifi
When a woman suffering from
femalo trouble ia told that nil oper
ation vi necessary, it, of course,
Tho very thought of tho hospital,
tho operating table and the knife
striken terror to her heart.
r It Is quite trno Hint thcio troub
lc may reach a stage whero on ope
ration Is tlio only resource, but a
great many women liavo been cured
by Lydla E. J'lnkham's Vegetable.
Compound nftcr an operation has
been decided uixm as the on lv cure.
Tho strongest and most grateful .
Btatcmcnts possible to roalio come from women who by taking
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
made from native roots nnd hcrbi, have escaped serious operation, as
evidenced bv MKi Iloso Moore's case, of 307 V. Hflth St., N.Y. Sho wrltes:-
Dcar Mrs. Plnkham:-"Ljdla 11 Pinkham's .Vegotablo Compound has
cured mo of tho very worst form of femalo trouble nnd I wish to express
to you my deepest gratitude. I suffered Intensely for tvt o years so that
I was unable to attend to my duties and wai a burden to my family. I
doctored and doctored with only temporary relief and constantly objeoting
to an operation which I was advised to nndorgo. I decided to try Lydia
13. Pink-bam'a Vcgetnblo Compound; It cured mo of tho terrlblo trouble
and I am now In better health than I havo been for many years."
This and other such cases should encourage every woman to try Ly
dia E. Pinkham's Vcgctablo Compound before alio submits to an operation.
Mrs. Pinkham's Standing Invitation to Women
Women suffering from nnv form of femalo weakness nro Invited to
promptly communicate with Mrs. PInkliam, at. Lynn, Mass. From tho
symptoms given, tho troublo may bo located end tho quickest and surest
way of recovery advised.
S. Heardmorc b Morse 0
,1. It. M. McLean b Bro.idront 3D
Peters b. Morse 1
II. Grosce c HioniUoot b Mono .... 0
Capo b. Morse 4
Dick Cation, not out
II. White b Morse ,
VICE CAPTAIN'S TEAM.
C. E. EmuiiiU b S. Heardmoiu ....
It. W. .lanes b S. Hcnrdiunio
11. I Herbert b S. Heardmorc
llroaiUoot, n H 1' Heardiuore, b
C. P. Mot so c II T Hcnrdiuore, h
P. J. Hnrwood, not out
Thompton, did not bat
Johnson, did not bat
I'orsctt. did not bat
Klnslen, did not bat
I- Miles, did not bat
Total, fite wickets 101
W Esplnda, or the Kltohanas, won
for his team against tlio Chinese Ath
letic Club Becond team yesterday at
Aal.i Park. Ho struck out sixteen
men. The final score was 14-5 nnd by
winning the ICllolianas take tho silver
eup emblematic or tlio Anla Lcaguo
a tt tt
raturday will sec tho gaino between
tho Scnnlo and Uo lloun ut tho
Lcaguo grounds. There, bhould bo
j-omrthliig doing. Pall In expected lo
do some pietty baso running, whllo
Knnlho will miil.e a speech at first
whenever nny nolty coaching la need
ed. it tt n
It Is stated that Sheldon will not
play with tho Diamond Heads this ear
an him been generally unilcrRlood.
.Major Van Vllct will fill (his vacancy
It second baso whllo tlio Tenth ltcgl
incut rcm.iliiH in Honolulu.
S II II
The I'umihous weio defeated by tho
Hnplrt Transits Saturduy nf lei noon In
it prnt'tko giuno by a score or 11-S. Tho
Puns had a weal, line-up and showed
the need or pinctlce.
II U tt
I'llilicr Giiidiicr, wbii In on tho II.
S R. Auunpiills, Kin that Il.trncy Joy
will not niaku good In San 1'r.inclhco.
To evado tlio Immigration lawn,
the Jnpjncbo women who air Ivo nt
San rranclsco aro Immediately mar
ried to ono or their countrymen be
fore netting foot on American soil.
Tho chotco of a inrtner for life
seems In cut no figure In tho trans
action. Any old Jan will do to tie up
to until sho can get nshoio. Slops
aro to he taken nt once to put a dam
per on this now schoine.
"This watch," said tho toclety girl.
"was given mo by papo on the day of
my coming out " "Indeed!" explain
ed her rival. "How woll It has worn. '
La B. Keri & Co- Ltd,,
ALAKEA STREET, BETWEEN HOTEL AND KINO.
GRAND CLEARANCE SALE
COMMENCING THIS SATURDAY MORNING
APRIL 20TH, FOR ONE WEEK ONLY.
PRICES REDUCED PROM 25 o TO 50c OH THE DOLLAR.
DRESS GOODS, LACES, EMBROIDERIES,
LADIES' MUSLIN UNDERWEAR AND HOSIERY.
READY-TO-WEAR CLOTHING, NECKWEAR, HATS, CAPS.
HOSIERY AND SHIRTS.
BOOTS, SHOES AND SLIPPERS.
This is your time to buy; call early and secure first choke.
L, I KERR h
il t h'i i ...
. -4i. '.t:i ou J
11 v m I I
I 1 N V I I
A V :$r xJJn.
ISS ROSE MOORE
U MnroQ and Unrao
Horse' and Horse
one sleek and fat with plenty
of acllcti,' the other slothful
arc needed iii one case be
cause they will bring a horss
to his feed, make his organs
work properly and put him on
, his feet. Try a package and
note the change.
25 CENTS THE PACKAGE.
& Co., Ltd.
SUli GHOY SING,
BUILDINQ contractor, repair
INC, paper hanging, and
Grlclc Laying, Cement Work,
No. 1135 FORT ST., opp. Club Stables
TEL. MAIN -131.
KIN SUT, Prop.
THEASlIHY DEPARTMENT, Of
fice or the Public Health nml Marino
HoopltuI Service, Honolulu, T. 11., Apr.
20, 1007. Sealed proposal wltl bo le
eched at this olllco until uoou or Tuos
day, April 30, 10U7, to furnish uubslst
ciico mid other supplies for uso of tho
Public Health nnd Mailno Hospital
Kervlco at Honolulu (Juaranllno Sta
tion, Honolulu, T. II., during tho lineal
J oar ending Juno 30, 1908. Schedules
nml further Information may bo ob
tained upon application lo tho under
signed. L. E. COI-'EII, Passed Aaslst--nit
Surgeon, . II ami M. H. 8., In
command of Station. 3G73-U
Siy "FOR RENT" cards on sale
at the Bulletin ofllce.
ON TUE3DAY, APRIL 30,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
at my salesroom. S.",7 Knjliumanu St.
1 will sell ut public auction by or
der of the liramtcr, Mr. J. Water
house, the following
Ceriificafes of Slock
Nahiku Sugar Co,, Ltd.
unless tho fifth assessment now de
linquent, with Intorest and advertis
ing expenses, Is paid on or brtoro
that date and order of sale, at tho
office of Alexander & llaldwln, Lim
ited, Stangcnwald bulldltix, Hono
lulu: Certlflrato No. 2fi, J. II. CalUg
Imn, for to shnres.
Certificate No. 422, J. N. Kanattlu,
for 10 shares.
Certificate No. 73B, Trank M. Or
mond, for 20 shares.
Treasurer Nahiku Sugar Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, April 3, 1V07.
JA8. F. MORGAN,
A Good Lunch
A Glass of Beer
HOTEL AND BETHEL ST3.
Tel. Main 193.
P. O. Box 192.
E. J. LOBD,
Lord and Reiser,
Dredging. Sewtrs, Grading, Paving,
Teaming, Crushed Rock.
Black and White Sand and Soil
OFFICE AND YARD
SOUTH & KAWAIAHAO STS.
tor rtzwr or for sale.
VON" II4MMV0UNG COMPANY, Ltd,
TELEPHONE MAIN 200. -
Leading Hat and
1 Clothes Cleaners
GOOD WORKMANSHIP GUARAN
i TEED OR MONEY REFUNDED.
Ve clean all kinds of hats. Clothe
oleanetl, dyed and repaired. Goods
; called for and delivered. 1151 Port
St. opp. Convent, Phono Main 403.
;A. Gomes, Mar.; Felix Tnrro, late of
the Expert Hat Cleanon.
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