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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, April 03, 1908, 3:30 O'CLOCK EDITION, Page 5, Image 5',
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These are going at Bargain Sale Prices
1 AHOY Nuuanu, bcIow Kotel St'rcet
The Gelitle Member
of the W.C.T.TJ. feels "so much letter" after her cup of tea
or coffee! The reason 13. that it has given her a stimulus
that refreshes and invigorates her for the time; but tea arid
coSee contain poisonous alkaloids that may cause grave" in-
"juries to the nervous system.
Doctors often forbid the "use of i ea or coffee, while they
encourage the moderate we of beer, as a natural tonic and
food. The best beer is
Buekiaerad Xitjbiia Water
Horn Buckhcad Springs, Virginia. In cases of 50 (Its. or 1 Doz. Half Gls.
X.EWIS cfe CO., LTD.,
SOLE AGENTS 1GD KING ST. PHONE 240
palatable dish in the oyster line
served anywhere. We give a HOT
BITE after 4 with every drink. '
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;? Iron hence
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDO.. 176-190 KINO STREET. PHONE 887,
Thoroughbred Registered Jersey Bulls
The pure-bred Jersey Bulls, Ojibway of K.B,,.A. J. C. C, No. 602-17,
and Guenon lad, 2nd A. J. C. C, No. G2304, at service at $10,
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OU cannot mistake
our RUGBY. It
style and snap. In
a general way only,
it is like other shoes.
Specifically it is dif
ferent. Ask to see
the RUGBY. Stock
number 36 L.
try them? The most
tt V. O. Smith. Alonzn Onrllcv JJ
tS nmt Forester Itnlph Hmtmcr have tt
It been Invited by tho (luvcrnnr to tt
n accompany him to Washington M
tJ to nttend tho conference of (lav- tt
St ornors called by tho President, ii
it n ts t: n :j s: tt tt u u tt tt tt t:
FOR GOOD HEALTH
In oiUor that tho prominent biulncsa
men mid olllctnU or IIoiioliilu might
know JiiBt wliat ivrransotnontfi there
mo heio for tl.o nihduliiK of alt oou-
laRloim (IIpohkoh which cume In to this
port by various u88cl3 ami steam
ships, l)r. L. C. Cofcr, who Is nt the
ncml of the locnl quarantine service,
personally coiuluctcil a party to Quar
antine Irlaml yyostcnlay tifteriinon.
The party was made up ot Uin fellow-
Iiib: uovcnuir Krtar, rrecldent Mor
Kan, W. 51. Olffaid, U. V. bn.lnshari,
J. M. Dowsett, Paul U. UculierR. V J.
tawrcy. E. K. l'axton, Q. H. Ilobort
111:1. O. W. Smith. Collector of tin'
l'ort K. It. Stackablc, lVeil I- Vul
ilron niul II. I'. Wood.
Not the least Important pait lit i.ir
trip wtiM Hie. llttlo oyaso across the
harbor from the foot of Fort Mreet In
the iniarantlno launch, far various
phases of needed harbor lniiriienitiit
wore illBCiissttl, as well us tho munaur
of uccommodatltiK the fleet when It
nrrhos here. Dr. James met tho olfl-
cluls nt tho station, and ntralghtway
tmt .l.hl.'tl tft tlt.ulll.Ki.t t... n1..tt.t. mm ll.kk
111.. "t.mla" Il.ltl .i.ll(f.iin.. 11.... n.i
oiu kww.i. Him ui...u., n ,itui uiu
men iii uisiniecuiiK Kiup cat pies as
well n the clnthlm; of ptsseiiKers ex
po jed to contniilous illacureH. CaiKocfi
nru fiimlKntcd by means of nn appara
tus which forces fumes of sulphur
ilowif lit tho most hidden nooks and re
cosses of tho ship. Tho Improved ai
pllances for this work have not been
fully placed in commission ns yet but
they will be In the near future.
Tho manner In which tho persons,
clothing; and baggage uf passengers
aro disinfected was very Interesting
to tho wholo party. Tho treatment Is
'i rigorous one. though little ulnulcal
TJIfcomfort Is caused. Clothing and
luggage Is comcyort to n retort on a
truck, after which It Is hermetically
tenled ami steam or formaline la
forcod Inside. Tho suspected people
tire tukcu to another room, where they
undress and chuck their clothing Into
11 sack. Tho people. Hicmtulvcs aio
lint through a series of shower baths
that should certainly do for several ot
tho proverbial "annul! bathn." for
every part of their bodies Is thorough'
)y Boused time and tlmo ngalm
The party was taken from tho wharf
to too tmar.intlno vtallon next, while
crossing tho runway over a stretch of
water which Is Included In tho harbor
lines, comment, was general on mo
largo amount of oil which Was spread
over tho surface of tho water. It hai)
boon spilled from U10 oil vessels, mid
had been washed lusldo tho smooth
l)r. James pointed out to tho party
tho fact that so many ot tho trees
which formerly Brew on tho Island
weio killed when tho area was filled
with mud from tho hnrboi, and re
marked that It would be a very good
Idea, indeed, to havo a frlugo of co-
coanut ttees planted In their places.
Hucli an arrangement would change
tho looks of tho cntliu harbor, making
It present a vastly nnre beautiful and
etrlklng appearance. Ah thcro aro no
liiuds nvnliablo for tho purchase of
Mich a lot of trees, Paul Uenberg wild
ttmt ho would start things going by
'thins as many ns hu citild spare or
tho unique, attractive trees Others
will probably fo'.lov; out tho sugges
tion rnd a palm trco'iingei' inland
may bo the Immediate rcault.
The party niado tho rounds of thn
quat ters tor tliiib'o who in.ij I13 forced
to remain on the island, rnd wcil
much pleased with their Inspection,
Thoto havo been enlarged lately, and
altogether thcro Is spacious room for
tli accommodation of approximate
2r0D pople. This, of course, includes
tho bpaco loscrved for soldiers. Sinco
tho station has been built, about 50.000
people havo passed through It, was
tho statement of one of tho olHclaU,
llettcr loads, making oaslcr access
to tho station from tho mainland, aro
needed, ns well iib electric lights, and
abou nil, more and bettor oqulpped
buildings. Congress Is being asked to
gUo n sum of money for this purpose.
I.unch was hcrvinl In tho cabin-passenger
dining room to tho paity, ,nnd
dlrcusslon of tho various things need
ed mid of tho things seen by tho party,
at loast tho groat majority of It, for
tho first tlmo, was general. It Is a
ttrango and well worth mentioning
fact Unit so few people havo anyvludea
of tho intrlcncyNnf arrangement' and
preparation for tho accommodation of
thoso who havo been exposed to dls
caso or havo contracted It that Is car
ried out at the quarantine statloa.
Yesterday's visit gavo tho Oovernor,
us well as tho rest -of tho notable par
ty, an Insight and kuowto.tgo Into a
now light to thoni concerning trans
portation. Every facility lor quick
Mid leads- handling of all cases, bo 1'.
that'of Individuals subjected to dlscaso
or ships, cargo and tho vessel Ituelt,
:i In requisition and may be calloii
Into use at a momunt'a notice
It was an Interesting and useful trip
ami thoso who mado up tho party
camo back feeling that they under
htood more of tho obstacles and diffi
culties of our seaport than over be
loio In commcmnratlon of tho death of
Emperor Jlmmu. tho first ruler of Ja
pan, tho Japancso consulate hero has
closed Its doors for husluusu for Ihreo
days, commencing from today. This
Is one of tho National holidays In
Japan and appropriately observed
throughout tho Ctnplro. Kmporor Jliii
tun died U'yi years ago ut tho ago
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; nicwrrRt ca.
Cva PlanlaHnii Cn ....
IMMtihti A$r(e C....
llawCtm At Fuc C ..
llMtAilan Sugar Co....
I lo'iomu Sugar Co ...
Ilalktihuynr Co ......
Kaliilfcu Piai'tattnii Cn
Ktpiiinlt. SiiRir C . . ..
Ko'on Sugar Co
Mcllrvdc Stiear Co . . . .
Othu Sugar Co.'. ....
Onomr Sugar Co ....
OokoiA StiRar Plant Co
uiai Mixar uo i.m ....
Phalnu Sugar PWnt Co
Pacific Sugar MN1 . ..
Pain PlatilatlonCo ...
Pcttekro Smear Co....
Piiicr Mill Col
Wniatiia Agtic Co
V tuku Sucki Cn ....
Waimra Hr Mill Co
Hon KTA UCal'rcl
Mir ml T1ri1t4iic C
Paul Uii ..
Ottiu K A' I. Co
Mom Hft At C.t- .. ..
Haw Trr pc
Ha Tcr c
Haw rr s "m ..
Haw Tcr pc.,.,...
Haw Gov't t nc.....
Ca I'ttl Siift tt Kel Co
fltku nj:arCo 6 pc
Ham, Ditch Co.,
lit Com Sub Co j t
HIMRKCo Cnu b tic
...... . -. . . '.
Oahu Stigar Co 5 t c",
Pac- Su. Mill Co, Ci
r.ia runiitioti ui ...
Pioneer Mill Co inc.
Waialua crlr Co t p c
vt uijui . ww a w
Sales Between Hoards 72 O. It. &
I.. Co., $91. Session: 15 I'.w.i, 127.25;
C Mcllryde, JI.75.
Latest sugar quotstlon 4.36 cents or
$87.20 per ton.
London Beets, lls41-2d
Henry Waterliouse Trust Go.,
Stock and Bond Derailment
Mcmbars Honolulu Stock ,nd Bond
, WIllMtf WILIMVSON. Maiuttr.
ORT AND MCHCHANTTB."
Murshal,Honun' at, last has. tlio
Ihlrd deputy-'for which ho has !img
been nsking. The ork of tho 0tUi)
hns greatly increased of lato and at
times It has been necessary to clote
tho ofllce because tho Marshal anil
both his deputies weiu absent on of
Tho Marshal has received authoriza
tion from Washington to appoint an
olllco Deputy, and ho has selected
Harry II. Holt, who began work thiJ
morning, Mr. Holt wan formerly ste
nographer for the Lighthouse Hoard.
iOontlnuu,i tram Pare 1)
Ins that la will provoan unlucky
niiniber for him.
The attack, or renewal of an aid
attack, on HnMinm-ln tho morning
paper today, Indicates that tho 1'ios
ident's enemies Aro not blind to'the
situation and know that if they are
ever to succeed iu ousting him from.
Ms position, now Is tho itlmo to get
It looks very much, however, as It
they were trying to make a moun
tain out of u mole-hill. Plnkhnm ex
presses tho desire to publish his en
tire correspondence with Consul Gen
eral Snito, n ml Insists that this will
show that ho has taken no stand not
entirely Justified and that ho lias
been guilty of nn discourtesy toward
tho Japanese icpresentatlve. Ho
states, however, that ho Is not nt lib
erty to mako public tho correspond
ence without the sanction of Uov.-
ernor Trear, and refers the matter
to hi in.
Oovernor Trenr when asked about
the matter this morning, said that ho
hoped to havo 11 conferenco with
President I'lnkhum bonietime during
tho day, and could say nothing until
ho luifl scon him. It1 would probably
not bu advisable to publish nil the
coricspondcnco, as part of It was of
a diplomatic nature, but ho might
glvo out a pait of It. Th.e Governor
stilted that ho was not ready to
make any announcement as to whe
ther or not ho would reappoint Sir.
Plnkham, but his general attitude
appeurs to bo friendly toward his
Another department head whoso
term expires April la Is Treasurer
Cumpbcll. Whether he will ho le
nppolnted or will he a candldato for
icuppolntniont Is problematical. It
was stated some months ago that ho
Intended to go out of office with tho
expiration of his term, hut tho Uov-
Jcruor says ho has received no such
Intimation fiom Campbell hlim.oir.
Doth tho appointments will nrob
nhly ho mado by tho dato of tho ex
piration of tho commissions.
Auto at hack fare. Tel. 301.
Kent Fionklln curs. BtKyils. Utbls.'
H. P. Low returned this morning in
tho Mamia I.oa.
J. J. Now combo was among the m-
rivals on tho Manna I.oa.. -1
Dack up this movement to Improve
the streets and sidewalks. . '
Hlng up Scotty's wtieu yon wutit a
good nuto ride. Phone lijf. v
1). L. Austin left for Kauai yester
day In the steamer Mlkahaln.
AllegTctti's chocolate creams only
at Benson, Sratih & Co., ltd.
Col. Sam Norrls wan n passenger
arriving today on the steamer Stniuu
Q C. Hewitt of Hawaii came down
In the Manna I.oa, which arrived 'this
H. Kunda of the Maul News Is In
town, having nrrUod today on the
Why not Bpcnd the summer nt onn
of tho Scnsldo Cottages? Kngago u
When thirsty order n glass of Tan
son. Thero Is no water In tho world
that Is mi refreshing.
Tho homo of good clothes Is SlUas
Tosgerv, KlkV building, King near
Port ulrtut. Phono CGI.
' To enjoy tho best rldo In an nuto In
Honolulu ring up 2Di) for Jim Qulnu'a
new soven-heated -coiIosb.
ll.T. Stills of this city, foinicrly of
Konri, Hawaii, n-as among the return
ers In tho Mauna I.oa today.
Px'radlse of tho Pacific Souvenir
number, ready for mailing, IS cents,
For salu nt all newsdealers.
Hare you tried Allegretti's choco
late creams? Benson, Smith & 0o.,
Among the Mauna I.oa passeilgcrj
who camo In this morning Were It. II.
Trent, Miss A. K. Heard nnd Sirs. J.
Sheriff C. P. Iaukca, who has been
seeking health ut Konn, returned to
day on the steamer Mauna I.oa. Sirs,
lunken also returned.
Who Is doing tho best saloon busl
ness In town? Why, the Fashion, nt
course, for they sell tho best and are
tho finest mixologists.
Thu White Family Itotnry (lock and
chain stitch) is tho best sowing, ma
clillie In the world,, Runn & Co., j.td.,
fcgents, 12C0, Fort strcot. l'houo 4S8.
W. C. Aehl. loader of the I.nbur liar-
ty. Ih illstrjlpitlng circulars to his )m-,
ceis In tho Held, Instructing them to
be ready for the coming campaign.
Tom Qulnn. hasonc Into tho nuto
hick buatyjeM .with; a flno four-pacnen"
ner Bivtck aiuljs prepared to furnlsU
Ihn.linef r.noallili, cn.t'tnA llintin flT.1
., Xour.ltypc. Writer should be,kept!ini
excellent) order, ine expert at the
Hawaiian 'Office Specialty Co., ltd.,
Mn attend 'to it for you. Phone 143.
Molllo I Amoyilma brought suit for
dUoi-co from her husband, t.opio
Amtiy. She complains that he Is Iu
the habit of beating, kicking and chok
ing her, accusing her uf tinehastlty
nnd applying to her vile cplthots.
Married t'J years ugo and ilcsortcd
tho sanio years sho was married, I.Uy
Pufdy has nt last como to the conclu
sion that shu doesn't care longer to
be a mairled woman, so slip has filed
suit for divorce from her recreant hus
band, John Purdy. Service wns oh
tallied on him nt Pole kunnf Sloloknt
Tho first account of Father Valen
tin and tho Hnwnll-in Trust Co., trua
tecs under thu will ot Joh'i Km, was
today approved by Judgu Lindsay Tho
gruss Income from tho estnto during
the year was $!7U5.7u, and the expend
itures J.12S2.!)". leaving a cash halanca
on hand of $1422.73. Tho principal
Invested tot'ils $D2,a32.73.
In nccordanco with tho recent order
uf Judge He Holt, Cecil Drown, admin
i3trnlor, 1ms deeded back 10 John,
Wright tho property deeded by him to
his wife. Elizabeth. Wright was sick
at the time and thought ho would not
recover, so lie transferred all 1 his
property to Ids wife. Hut contrary i
explctutlons, Wilght did recover, but
tho liropm-ty was claimed by her heirs.
Wilght wTnt to the courts-In reganl
tn tho matter and now recovers his
property. Thu deed of re-conveyunco
was filed with tho Registrar this morn
ing. You nra cordially Invited to uttoni)
the Lenten Noon-Day meetings fin
men, 12:05 to 12:30 p. m. dally. Mriii
day, April fi. to Friday, April 10, sub
Ject, "Tho Iteallty of Iteligloa; speak
er, Doremus Scuililcr, Monday, April
13, to Friday, April 17, subject, "The
Cross tho Key of Llfo": speakers, the
Illshop and Clergy of St. Ard row's Ca
thedrul. 1005 lllshop street, ground
floor, Alexander Young building
Frank C. Atherton, Gem go It. Carter,
Jot-cph P. Cooke, Arthur F. GrlflUhs,
representing Young Men's Cabinet Of
Central Unlou Church; J. II. U'Al
melda, H. V. Mitchell, W. H. Soper
representing St. Andrew's Cathedral.
coming down hero.
It seonis. that Sir. King,, who drovo
a Whlto steamer in the endurance
rim ainuuil tho Island, has tho Idea
that we never read the Coast papois
down here, for ho has announced It
very publicly that his steamer was
the only car that came out with a
poifect score. The facts of the mat
ter, thnt five cars woro given credit
for clean sheets at tho end of tho
iun, were published fully In tho
11 u 1 1 0 t 1 11 and tho othor papers nt
tho time ot the race, and thero Is no
exciiBo for tho baro-fuced statemont
that King la making. Local autolsts
are not beUm treated fnlrly when such
a statement, which Is untrue, Is given
out. Tho White car had a poifect
fcoro, to ho sure, but was not tho
Fine Job. Printing at the Bulletin.
The Home of
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Ul fOUf -
( ft S Si & ft ."!.? s .") d .,
caused by a, leaky, roof during a. heavy storm is often
greater-than-rthe-amoant it would take to cover the entire
roovwith the best o modern ready-made roofing;.
t 'HiBJsVltt liJA
. FT tl M '-JD
pu C7 ja.
Tlu's odorless, elastic roofing- is water, fire, and' acid
proof. It wears like iron, costs le3s than tin sheeting or
iron shingles, and looks better. There's no rust, rot, or
corrosion with R U BEROID.
LEWERS k C00KE, Ltd.,
177 SOUTH KING ST.
LOVEJOY & CO.
WHOLESALE DEALERS AHD IM
PORTERS OF WINES AND
TEL. 303. , 902 NUUANU.
rnl cloth of A-l qunlity can be pur
r. 0. Box 9G1. Telephone 931.
Sofa Rugs ; :;
Stair and Hall Carpets
Fiber Matiing in various
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& P f , 0 & t f
S 4. iPS P 4 OS r
PHONE1 EXCHANOE 20.
THE BELLE OF, NEW YORK
never rode in a more comfortable car
than the one I offer for publio use at
lowest prices. , Care in management
and discretion in the selection of
roads makt this the favorite of BJ".
McLEOB, MAJESTIC 241
CXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
Jone by the
Ith their nw FRENCH dry cleaning
258 Beretania SL - Phone 140!.
& Co.9 Ltd.
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