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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUE8DAY, JAN. U, 1908.
of Children and Misses1
Coats and Skirts
Stylish Coats and serviceable
Rain Skirts for school wear.
Prices cut almost in two.
See Window Display and Note
Swell Cravenette Coats
No two alike A Sample line.
Panama Walking Skirts
finely tailored, in Black, Brown, Navy, and Qrey.
New Silk Gloves
White, Black, Brown, Pink, and Qrey.
Extra heavy quality, double tips, elbow length,
$1.75 a pair. I
N. S. SACHS
DRY GOODS COMPANY, LTD.
HAWAIIIIN BOVS DID
NOT MORE INSULT
Try a Case of
LIME JUICE and SODA
No soda water to equal it in delicacy of
flavor or refreshing power
CONSOLIDATED SODA WORKS CO., LTD.
TELEPHONE 71. 0. S. LEITHEAD, Manager.
M. R. Counter
THE LEADING WATCHMAKER.
When leaving your Watoh, Clock or Jewelry with me for re
pair von have the benefit of fcrty-ioven yean' experiente. Fine,
complicated watches a specialty.
Orders By Hail Promptly Attended To.
1142 Fort Street
IF you only knew how artistically
lovely we can make the simplest '
home, for n little bit of money,
you would not live another clay in
thor.e old rooms.
See Me About Them
Notley is Dissatisfied
Because Band Will
"President I K. I'lnkham of tho
Hoard of Health has already stalled
to crcnto troubto In tho settlement
nnd na a result tho biiuM band thoro
will not play for Walhcn " said Clms
K. Notley this morning. "I received
u letter from my jrotlii Wllll.im,
dating that I'lnkham h.i-1 written to
Superintendent McVeigh outlining tho
plan which ho Intend to carry oi.t
when ho comes there tfltl Walhch
William says fu.thcr tli:l lMtikh-im
did not want lie brass bv. I tn turn
O'll and play for Wi.llar.h.
"Tho two b--iss br.nrti nio hold In
rc.clncss to picy when tho uleamer
arrives there but by order of Pri-il-dent
I'lnkham, they will -ot play
"I'lnkham, accomp-vileil by Wnllach,
will sail for the settlement next
week. Upon their arrival thoro they
will bo conveyed first to tho Baldwin
Home, tho Illsliop Hall and lastly to
tho Hay View Home.
"Tho patlcntB to bo brought hero
for settlement will bo selected from
llieso thrco homes and nono from
"This Is what I was alwayB afraid
of," said Notley. "I know from tho
itart that I'lnkham would do such a
dirty thing like this. According to my
brother's letter, It Is apparent that
Wnllach can not havo a frco hand In
the rejection of lepers.
"Docs Plnkham mean to say that
thoso who aro not living In theso
thrco homes would not bo given tho
opportunity of being selected by Wal
inch and tho committee? It Is too bad
(hat none of tho Committee of Ten
nro going to tho settlement.
'I'lnkham Ib ovldcntly showing his
Migcr nt mo by blocking Wnllach from
selecting patients from tho leper set
dement, other than tho inmates of
theso threo homes.
"I'lnkham Is n dangerous ninn and
Is not fit to bo at tho head of tho
noard of Health."
Tho aliovo statement was shown
to I'lnkham this morning, and ho nt
onco confirmed Notloy'a tale that
Wnllach would not be received with
"There'll bo no band playing for
Wnllach. Ho'll get Just what was
promised him and no more.
"Notloy is Just playing politics.
Ho doesn't care anything about lep
rosy." Plnkham udded that ho expected
to tako Wnllach over to tho Settle
ment a week from today.
Excessive or continued use of al
cohollc boverngofl always results in a
diseased condition of tho nervou sys
tem. The drinking man Is often heard to
my, "I can stop of my own free will
and when I wish." but tho poor fellow
Is now devoid of tho power to act at
tho propor time and In tho right way,
It's too late, the craving has secured
a Arm hold and becauso of the diseased
nervous system ho has not the abllltj
for sustained effort. The result we all
Drunltcnnoss It. no longer considered
a crime: eminent scientists and phy
sicians havo agreed that It la a dlsoast
nnd must be treated aa such.
Tho homo treatment that has been
used for a number of years, and is
highly successful, Is Orrlne. It Is sold
inder a positive guarantee that if it
does not effect a euro your money will
Orrlne Is In two formB. When deBlr
ing to give secretly, purchase Orrlne
No. l. and ir me oaucni win oiuu-
tnrllv tako tho treatment. Orrlno No,
2 should bo given. Tho guarantee Is
the same In either case. Ornno costs
but $1.00 per box. Mailed In plained
seated wrapper on receipt of price.
Write for freo treatUo on "urunKen
ness" mailed in sealed envelopo by
Tho Orrlne Co., Washington, D. C.
Sold bv leading drugelsta everywhere
nnd In this city by Honolulu Drug
REAL ESTATE TEANSACTI0N9
SAN FltANCISCO, Jnn. 2.---
Gcorgo Porter, a prtvato In tho
One Hundred nnd Sixtieth Com-
pnny of const nrtlllcry, passed n
slurring remark yesterday morn
Ing about tho color of ftvo ka
nakas who wcro standing out-
side n saloon nt the corner of
Jackson nnd Drumm streets.
Tho brown men from tho Sand-
wlch Islands nttacked the sol-
dler, knocked him down nnd
Jumped on him, breaking tho
shin bono of his right leg. I'or-
tcr was under the Influcnco of
liquor and In his light with tho
kanakas received no assistance
from bystanders, who gathered
in IncrcnBlng numhors ns tho
When Policeman Dowor nr-
rived nt the nccno tho kanakas
retreated. Dower managed to
bag and hold one of them, Dan-
lei Knal, who Is held In custody
on n chargo of mayhem. As
soon ns Dower had the knnnka
handcuffed the crowd that had
not dared assist tho soldier
wnntcd to lynch the brown
man, but tho people changed
tholr minds nnd dispersed when
Dower wnrned them to kcop off.
Tho United States Army transport
Sherman arrived In this port this
morning nnd was docked at C.25
o'clock. She carried a notable num
ber of people, chief among whom,
woro tho soldiers of tho famous 14th
infantry, who mndo tho nnma of their
regiment n by-word for brnvory not
only In tho Into Iloxcr uprising In
China, but ul bo nwny hack In '98,
when they wcro pitted against the
fierce Filipinos In their earliest fights,
This Is their third tour of duty
nway from tho States and In all tho
Bishop da Silva Will Re
main In Honolulu
Bishop da Slha, who has como nil
tho way from I.ltbon, Portugal, to
vlBlt IiIh countrMiicn, arrived hero this
morning on tho Manchuria. I to was
wot at tho Hnckfcld wharf by Ulshop
Mbcrt, with whom ho will stay while
here, and the greater part of tho Por
tuguese population of Honolulu
Illsliop Sllvn will remain hero ns the
guest of Illsliop Mbcrt for six weeks,
during which time ho will Investigate
condition among the people from sun.
uy Portugal, and do alt In his powei
to clovato them. The Portuguese Con
euI, Count Cnnavano, was ulso at the
t'ock this morning to greet tho Dlshop
"I hnvo been visiting all over the
United Stntcs," said tho royal Dlshop
this morning, "pleaching, advising,
nnd administering the sacrament to
my countrymen, for I feel that a lslt
rom n man from their own land will
bring many men back to their rcllg
tons faith, who othcrwlso would not
bo numbered among the faithful. I
havo been In that beautiful place, Cul
.fornta, since last Aprllg, nnd now that
I have come away, I can look back
with a great deal of satisfaction at
tho work that was accomplished."
Ulshop da Sllv.i belongs to the royal
family of Portugal, but ho Is truly
democratic In manner, nnd has mado a
host of friends In Honolulu already.
SAN ANTONIO SOCIETY
MAKES FINE SHOWING
FOR ITSJ2ND YEAR
Tho annual report of tho San An
tonlo Society for 1907, which has Jusl
been prepared by tho Secretary, A. D
Castro, Bhowa that tho organization
has had a very prosperous year
through tho earnings wcro somewhat
'argcr In 1900.
Tho not receipts during tho year ag
gregated $25,557.10. Tho not disburse
ments wcro $22,052.14, leaving a net
gain of 3,505.02.
Sick benefits amounting to J 15,-
Is acknowledged to ho the moit sue
ceuful remedy in the country for
thoso painful alhnuuts peoultar to
For more than 30 years It hat
boon curing Female Complnlnts,
such as Inflammation, and Ulcera
tion, Falling nnd Displacements,
and consequent Spinal Weakness,
Ilacknchc, nnd is peculiarly adapted
to tho Change of Life.
Kccordi show that it has cured
more cases of Fcmalo Ills than any other ono remedy known.
Lydla R Plnkbnra's Vegetable Compound rllssolrcs nnd expels
Tumors at nn early stage of development. Dragging Sanations raining
paln.wclght, nnd headache oro relieved and permanently cured by Its use.
It corrects Irregularities or Painful Functions, Weakness of the
Stomach. Indigestion, llloatlng. Nervous Prostration. Headache, (lenc.
ral Debility; also. Dizziness. Falntness Kxtremo Lassitude. "Don't care
andwanttoboleftalone" fecllnff, Irrltabllltv, Nervousness, Sleeplessness.
Flatulenoy, Melancholia or tho "Ulues." theso aro sure Indications of
fcmalo weakness or some organic derangpment
For Kidney Complaints of either lex Ljdla n. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound Is a most excellent remedy.
Mrs. Pinkham's Standing Invitation to Women
Women suffering from any form of female weakness are Invited to
write Mrs I'lnkliam, bynn, Mass. for advice She Is the Mrs. I'lnkham
law Lvdln K I'lnkham
Thus sho is well qualified to guide kick women back to
who has been advising sick women free of charge'for more than twenty
in ucjoro inai mo ussisiea nor movfierin
Oft. Thus sho Is well qualified to gull
Her advice la free and always helpful.
'1.1(1 r,fl worn n.-ilil out. Tliu sum nald
itnu IIU1I1 UIU OLUIVO uuu lit mi iuv .
venrs ulnrn Ihov havo been formed. In pensions for InvnlldS Was J2.78G.40
tho personol of tho company has beon "or tho endowment fund tho sum
1,.,. Iltlln rhnnmit. Thnrn nrn. with Of 125,522.50 Was received. TllCrO Wai
Oyster Cocktails and
Every Day After 4: p.ni.
SCOttv'S, The .Royal Annex,
J 7 1 ?",J'-JA-.'L I ..' - fry; TTT1
Cor. Merchant and Nuuanu Sts.
P. E. R. Strauch
18T KING STREET.
Produced under tha same oonditiom ai that
supplied to the Polama Settlement.
The Pond Dairy-
Entered for Record Jan. 11, 1008,
John Crowly and wf to Hnmakua
& a Kohala Tel & Tel Co D
Flrat Hank of Hllo Ltd to Manuel
Ventura and wf Hel
Aihonua M Koliaalhclo and hsb to
David O Moke ot al D
Entered for Eecord -Jan. 13, 1908,
Kdmund K Cockctt and wf to Chns
II Cockett D
J It Caspar by Co Stiff to Ponaha-
wal Coffee Co Ltd . U
Nukapunhl to Ahuna D
Jus lllcknell to Trent Trust Co
J L HlalBdcll et al to Tr ot J L
Dlalsdell et al D
Kaneoho nice Mill Co Ltd to Wong
young Fai . . Hel
Wong Young Fnl to Hon Planta
tion Co . DS
Entered for Record Jan. 13, 1008,
Au Yong Hung to A Y Lumsee..D
Busle F Cartwrlght by tr to Solo-
mona Kuanca Itel
Lucy K Peabody by atty to Hono
Itna Sugar Co L
but very littlo exception, tho same
men In tho old company bb there were
tn the old days of tbo war with Spain
and tho Philippines. In this com
mand thero are now S59 enlisted men
nnd 35 ofllccrs.
Calvin P. Titus, who was tho first
man to scalo tho walls and carry the
Stars and Stripes Into tho enemy's
territory in tho Iloxcr uprising of a
low years ago, and who on this nc
count, was given an appointment by
President McKlnloy on an appllca
tlon for a commission in tho rcgulai
army, Is on tho Sherman bound foi
Manila, where hn will go on Ills first
lour as an ofllcor. It was only a
thort tlmo ago Uiat ho aucccsstull)
raBsed tho examinations, nnd has now
received his commission as a second
lloutonnnt In tho 14th Infantry. Titus
hns had years of practical experience
on tho field and In tho drlll-shcd as a
soldier, and It Is thought probamo by
military authorities who aro on the
Sherman that he will quickly forgo to
Captain Chilton Is a recent gradu
oto of West Point who Is on his way
to Manila to Join tho 20th Infantry
Chilton passed tho sovcro army exam
inations with nn almost porfect score.
Mr. Caldwell will Join tho Knglnccr
Corps In Manila, and will do a tour
of two years thero as an engineer.
Tho Shormnu encountered heavy
weather on her whole trip from tho
Coast to Honolulu. Sho ran Into a
southeast galo on tier second day out
that delayed her pusBago 20 hours.
Sho passed tho Hllonlan and tha Ilu
ford tho same day. and tho following
nnothcr boat, too far away to bo rec
ognized, but which wna thought to bo
tho Alamada, was sighted.
On tho Sherman thero Is a general
lequcst that between two and four,
passengers will refrain fiom loud
talking In front of staterooms. Tho
cheerful dhscranco of tho request,
on tho voyngo down from San Fran
cisco, added greatly to tho comfort
of thoso who desired to sleep In their
Tho big transport carrlod 50 tons
of gonerut cargo for Honolulu nnd
whllo hcio will load 1000 tons of
coal. Sho carried two passengers tor
Tho Shorman will sail tomorrow
evening at 60'clock, hut on account ot
possible quarantine restrictions, all
passengers going on hor will havo to
bo on tho boat at 4 o'clock p. in.
paid out to wldow-B nnd orphans 18,
383.40. Tho nBBcts of tho society at the end
ot tho year wcro valued at f48,7G5.GS
Tho membership was 1720. During
tho year 217 now members wero re
celved, whllo tho deaths In tho soclotj
totaled 10. Tho society is now enter
lug on Its 22d year.
Tho following officers, who woro In
stalled last night, havo been oloctcd U
forvo for tho ensuing year.
A. O. Kosa, prosldont; Julius P
llego, vice president; Manuel 1
DUho, secretary: A. I. Sllva, trcasur
tr. DlroctorH: J. V. Fernandez, A P
llego, M. S. FreltaB, J. S. Azovedo, J
HIGH ELEVATED TRACT
OF LAND opposite Hon.
Henry E. Cooper's residence
at Manoa Valley with un
obstructed view, on right hand side
cf car line. Will sell one or two
acres to suit purchaser. One of the
very best building lots in Manoa.
WA1TY BLDG., 74 S. KING ST.
K. B. Aldrlch nnd wife of WarBnw,
Idaho, woro pnBsongcrs in tho Man
churia this morning. Mr. and Mrs,
Aldrlch spent tho winter In tho Isl
ands two years ago and nro now hack
agalu for two months. "I havo taken
tho 11 u 1 1 0 1 1 n regularly," said Mr.
Aldrlch this morning, "and thus
kept In touch with things m Hawaii.
Wo like tho place."
Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Moore or La
mar, Iowa, wcro also passengers In
tho Bamo ship and Intend to spend
another winter here. Thoy nro ac
companied by their daughter and
Angered by not receiving ono hun
dred nnd fifty dollars for wood-cutting,
a Japaneso drew a knlfo and
mndo n despcrnte assault on K. C
Smith, a well-known agriculturalist
of Molnknl. This trouhlo happoncd
at Kaunakakal, Molokal, last Wed
Ono version of the nffalr Is that
tho Japaneso attack Smith, Btabblng
him In tho leg. Another version Is
thnt Smith struck tho Japaneso, who
pulled his knlfo nnd drew It tlorccly
down his employers head and neck
Smith then knocked him down with
his fist, when tho Japaneso plunged
his knlfo Into his leg.
It Is said that Smith gavo tho Jap
aneso a thrashing with his lists.
Smith Is being treated by Dr .Hajes
Have You Ever Used
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a gem for shampooing
or bathing; water
cornea through every
point in the rubber
& Co., Ltd.,
FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
Silk Shirt Waists,
Everything from Japan
FORT NEXT THE CONVENT.
.Kllnor Olyn, tho Kngllsh writer,
whose book, "Three Weeks," was tho
cnuso of her being snubbed by tho
Pilgrim Mothers in Now York, calls
tho mothers, In nn Interview, "an
iggregatlon of dowds, frumps and
tabby cats a lot of breastless, slab
hipped, paucako-footcd frights of
An honorary sot of pallbearers also
accompanied tho remains ot tho lato
Mrs. Ilnleakala Hart, whoso funoral
took place last Sunday afternoon
under tho auspices of tho Kulaum
llrnnch of tho Kaulkonoull Associa
tion, taken from amongst her rela
tives and frlonds. Thoy woro Honry
Smith, Hon. S. Mnholona, L. Keawo-
pooolo. 8. K. Kalia, Hov. H. F. Poo-
poo, Chns. Winchester, Isaac IhlUl and
r. J. Testa.
There is comfort in a mended shoe
if the work is done by us.
Vickers Shoe Repair
Send in your orders at once to
The Finest Jade Jewelries, Etc.
The Finest Workmanship on the
In true Occidental and Oriental
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