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For all kinds of CURIOS. The best in
the city.. ISLAND VIEWS in POSTAL.
I ALAKEA. BUILDING,
I Between King
I The Belle of New York
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I Portable car than the one I
I offer for public use at lowest 1
I prices. Care in management I
1 . and discretion in the selection I
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We offer 5100 reward to anycaa using Stearns'
Electric Hat and Roach Paste who does not find
it successful In trilling off rats.
Stearns' Electric Kat and Reach Tasta Is sure
death, driving tho dangerous rats out of the house
to dia It is tho only guaranteed rat pofcon, and
should, for your own protection, be placed In rat
holes and beneath floors and covered places every
whero. You cannot afford to tako any chances of
exterminate tho rats with steams'
2 oz. box 2Sc; 10 oz. box SI.OO.
Sold by druffgUu and central stores everywhere or
tent direct prepaid on receipt of price.
ELECTRIC PASTE CO.
BUFFALO, N.Y., U.S.A.
If You Haven't,
Ask your grocer for
Theo. li. Davies
& Co., Ltd.
HONOLULU UNDERTAKING CO.
has the latest -method in the art of
embalming, so that bodies can be
kent any length of time, and still
produce a lifelike appearance.
Give him a call and his work will
apeak for itself.
Office, 1120 FORT ST.; Phone 170;
Has Moved to
152 Hotel St.
OPPOSITE Y0UHG HOTEL
75c. Pep Month
Pop Spltrcr has n Brlcvanco. He
thinks lie U spending money for
which he gets no adequate return
All dor dime." s)s Pop. '1 pa)S
munc) to dot llermotlon (lommlttcc,
mid Mil I Rets outt of Id, huh? Nod
dlnKH I)oy tells mo 'You help situ
bot del Hennotlon Hnnimltteo unci
dc) prlngs (fits of (tourists to llono
lulu uml dcr dottrlsts spend lots of
mono nnd mage planlss better.'
Tnil so 1 pass mlno Root tnonejH
. . . ....
to help pay dcr salary of der Segre-
tary und semi off brctty lilcturo
Bards, und l viiIIb for der dourlsts to
spend dler money und lnnge plznlsa
Boot I'ntl blmeby villi mini boiiips
und be Mints to buy a ccllulol'l
gollar vat be vnsh mlt spit uml s.ic
Jl was a sail, s.ul blow to .lark
the nit thl pit he has received rlnco he
rcftiFcd to allow himself to bo ap
pointed (1oornnr of Hie Territory.
Tlio shock was so Breat that he near-, 1) seemed right to place temptation
ly fell off the watcr-wafion nnd ills-. In hla way, so l'lnkhnm settled the
Braced himself In thu eyes of tho An- bet by sending .lack n case of Tnunnn
U-Snluoncrs Notblns fould more mineral v.-.itcrs Tho blow almost
bc.iutlfully exemplify tho Irony of broke .lack's resolution nnd be nlmost
fate. It Is said that virtue is its own broke tho plcdfic
II I..I,IH.II ! W. M JM.fcWUHl.WiWWW
Bulletin newsboys are doing
great hustling these days with their
customers and the prospect of win-'
ninrr thp'Bnlnndid bicvele urizcs'addu
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to the zest of their worK.
There have been no sensational
changes in the list, but the figures
show the youngsters are making good
headway with the best newspaper in
town. Johnny Noble, or "Whistler"
as the boys know him, keeps at the
head of the list of "Office Sellers."
Whistler has always been a lively
boy, and he is Quite a business man,
too. When you recall that each
newsboy gets two and a half cents
for each Bulletin that he -sells
you can undeistand what a help n
newsboy may make of himself in the
home. Sixteen hundred papers
means forty dollars in a few weeks.
The other boys have good totals
to their account and the littler fel
lows still hold on to their two, just
to keep their names in tho paper.
Selling papers, especially selling
Bulletins, is good business for
the young merchants of the town and
the results shown by some of the
workers is given in the figures of
the latest count:
1. J. Noble 1C00
3. Phil. Fernandez 1570
2. Geo. Richard 1476
7. M. Carvalho 058
5. J. Carvalho 842
6. C. Rawlins 036
4. J. Perreiia 716
8. Ping Kong 564
10. Jas. Hawaii 408
12. Domingo 166
9. Ernest Silva 30
15. Joe Mentlosa 1412
14. Dan Keliiaa 1304
10. Joe Freitai 762
62. Edward Poinoi 626
13. Johnny dc Jardin 514
18. John Hoomana '332
32, Hans Nielsen 260
22. Harisco 25"0
41. Akana 242
70. Frank Demcllo 170
35. Frank Vincent 166
21. David Munson 160
20. Joe Muniz 154
57. John Costa 130
39. Harry Stewart 118
64. Manuel Nobo 84
23. Hoomana Akana ., 82
25, F. Cushingham 78
33. Charlie Lambert 48
81. K. Adams 44
60. Henry Camara 42
71. Ah Gui . . . ., 36
36. Kalovah 34
60. Joe Medeiros 34
55. Ben Feapea 30
37. Geo. Hoapili 26
17. Wilf. Rich 22
13. Kulul ,. 23
'.. ' kM-W ir,iri-v-fitr ' It ifairavrfe'MfrV,!
reward, but sometimes It tseenis Hint
thai Is the only reward It gets
Tho story told Is that about a week
ago Jack Atkinson and Admiral Vciy
vwimlorcd up to the I'.iclllc Club and
there foregathered with I'lesldcnt
Pinhhatu of tho Hoard of Ifcallh.
Talk diirtcd to the trouble l'lnkhnm
has had with Wallach unit tho Atch-
erlejs and Its sudden subsidence
Plnkhcm remarked Hint for once his
n.iino was not appealing prnmincnii)
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In the iiovvspTpcrs, whercuiion Jnck
offered to bet him a case of cham
pagne that within two weeks ho
would be flBtirliiB In I1b letters at
the fop of the Hist page l'lnkhnm
took the bet.
Last Wednesday Jack won. And
l'lnkhnm remembered the bet Hut
he nlso remembered that Jack had
blossomed out as the most ardent of
the Autl-S.iloon erowd and so, of
ionise, was on the wiibou uml
louldn't drink ilinmpngne It hard-
63. Joe Alana . . 22
42. Souza Vierraji . ......,. 18
52. John Crews". 18
68. Manuel Carredo . . vr. ..." 18
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31. Ah Lee . ....., 16
44. George Rossaro 16
30. Makia 14
38. Willie Peter, 14
28. Joe Soares .". 12
46. Chuck Sai 12
47. Ah Chin 12
53. Manuel Alevciro 12
24. Manuel Rawlins 10
45. August Pcrreira 10
27. Chas. Martin o
34. Geo. Baker 8
67. Joe Silva 0
?6. Weston Dower 4
40.. An tone Gomes 2
48. Wm. David 2
49. Kontr Hui 2
CO. Joe Santos 2
58. Robt. Waialealc 2
65. Willie Kawai 2
C8. Manu 2
72. Kaimilani 2
i3.,JIow: Lai 2
4. Ah Lcoug 2
77. Ah Fun '. 2
The Iliickbead 1.1 thin Water has
been In deimind all (iter tho country
mi ne.count of tho quality which It pos
sesses In n medical way for tho kid
neys. It nlso aids illKcstlou and Is
thorcforo exeiedliiRly fluo for, a tnblo
wnter. A trial of tills water will prmo
l ou Its excellent murlts Tho I.owls
& Co, store nio tho solo agents In Ha
waii as well as In California.
Tho Dcmorrats bavo Issued tho fol
lowing comenllon call to tho precinct
I'lesldcnt 1'ieclnct Club.
A Democratic Territorial Conven
tion Is heioby called to meet In Ho
nolulu on Monday, May 18th, l'JOS,
at 10 o'clock a. in. for tho purpose
of clertlng six (C) delegates nnd six
(0) nltoi nates to represent tho Ter
ritory In tho National Convention of
the party to bo bold at Denver, Colo
rndo, Jul) 7th, 1008.
Nomination for delegates to this
convention shnll bo made nt mootlngs
of I'rcclnct Clubs to bo hold on Mon
day, April 27th, 1908, or thereafter
In cuso of tho formation of now
I'llmniles for tlio election of dele
gates to this convention shnll ho held
on Monday, May 1th, 1908, between
the hourB of 1! nnd 8 p, m,
Tho apportionment of delegates to
this comentlon shall bo one (1) dol
egatn to eveiy twenty-flvo (25) votes
cast In the pieclnct ror tho Domo-
3 UtVEKINO DllltTPlf
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If )ott nro looking for n
medicine that haB thoroiiBhly
lrocn Its ability to cure, get
a bottle of the Bitters. For
54 years it has been curing
Headache, Heartburn, Insom
nia, Indigestion, Liver Troub
les, CostivcncH, Biliousness,
and Malaria, Fever and Ague.
Educational Excursion To
Scenes Of Practical
On l'rlil.i) tho Normal School con
eluded tho second 'term of tho school
c.ir by tin nil-day excursion to the
pineapple plantations nt W.ibiiiwa, to
stutV tho agricultural nnd Irrigation
methods piactlccd there.
A special through train was provld
ed fur tlio throng of pupils nnd teach
ers, who number 120. IMgnr Wood,
ptlnrlpnl, nnd Mr Vauglia't McCnugli
O', In clintgu of the agricultural and
tclinci teaching, were In th.irfio.
Tho p.nl.N uulxcil at Wablawa nc.u
the noon hour, and alter lunch at tho
ftntton, repulruil to the litgo.ilam o.
tho W.ihl.waWater Co. ,CU)0ip wa(
"to tho dnjn,.nllirrt si I n curf Ioia were
tnndo IntftVhc iilir mplc iij)il4yilturo
ibu inclhpjlator plowing. llpi(In. cK'-i
Ucro notylJij1 ihM
Then fpllof ed; nn lnterejMlilSf'am-
Inatlonof Jltej'd.un, espLonjlyj In ro
BajjJ'JnjfriJjjoniJtriictlnn !f")tl'Jj(? rtla-'
lion lo'iuo HurruumiuiK iiaiuiiuuiinj.
Many of tho pupils had nccr befoir
actually seen u laro t! mi, and thus
them to study tuo mecuanics ui iiaui
construction, und kludied topics.
Tho gcolonlcal and soil conditions
or (ho Wnhinwn, lefilon am worth) or
note, and attention was called to ib
cnnjon formation, kinds or roll, nick
stiucturc, nnd oler similar Items 'J'f
Interest, especially llioso ic-ieting i'
tho prut ailing agrleulturo or tho it
glon, lz. -pineapple!) nnd sngnr cime.
During tho tetiiin to the station the
pupils obscrw'd tho groves, or cltriin
fruits and papabiH two plant-Industries
that desorvo u lunch tnoro ex
tended iloM'lopment thun tlie nt pros
cut lno In these Islandu
At the station, tbron.ili thu Limine in
ut the piiKlucor, u nunibrr of tho pupils
gained Insight tutu tho acta il working
of n loioiuotUe.
A plensant hoinewnid lournry con
cliidtd a diy which hud been not only
er) InleicHtlng, but also instinctive
along many lines. One of tho lileni
that tho Norinil ecliool especl.iliy em
phnsUcs Is the ie.it Hind) ot netiml
things, and It linlstn that Its ptiplln
Bolngout In teatli sb.ill bo alho to tho
leal Industries nnd llfu nbout tboiu
"Tlint wliich Is first worth knowing Is
that which la neaiest at hand," nnd
this happy excursion was tin cxpics-
Blon of this Idea of studlng local ag
rlculturat und Industrial conditions.
Six bundled Llndergiuton pupils
marched fioin a school In tho east
Blilo nt New York in perfect order re
cently after flro bud bcon discovered
Tho children wore In tho school) nrd
ninety seconds nrtcr the alarm v. is
Tho Associated 1'iess is olllclally
authorized to deny n report thnt tho
trench Uinernment has decided to
renounce tho Algcclius net relating
to reform In Mmocco.
ciatlc uindlduto for Dolceato to Cou
BICS3 at" tho Inst gencinl election.
I'icclucts must bo niganlzed uml
tend to tho secretary of tho Tcrilto
lal Central Conitnltteo tho nicmbor
shlp cards, signed up to nnd Includ
ing tho date for nomination of dole
gntca to this coincntlon, together
with a coniplcto list of odlccrs nnd
the ii'iunes of tho iicrsons elected as
dolegntes to the convention, In oulcr
to ho entitled to representation In
It Is urgently requested thnt, so
far ns possible, delegates should nt
tend'tho convention In porbon. If
proxy representation Is unavoidable
tho mica piovldo that no pcisou shall
hold moio tbnn three (3) pioxlen.
Tcultnilnl Demociallc Cnutrnl
t it'oi)ilRhi. I'uwmjtt, Wasli.)
POSTMASTER GENERAL ME'iER '$
(ieorgo Von C. Jtcer of Host on, now serving 'us I'oattu isjer (len-
crnl of tlio United States, hns u ln.i
Ins biulnesi men till over tho conn
lately lntiudiiccd Innovation U tiotli
disk woik standing up Instead of h
the unlera,il cuslnni. Mr. Mc)ur, w
me of the most epeit horseback rl
t.ot only Is 11 healthier to work st
more work ran he accomplished In
lilB thcor bu has had a b'lith-levcl o
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It ting down, us has heretofore Imcu
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