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EVENING BULLETIN', HONOLULU, T. It., TtjUllSDAY, JUNE I, 100S.
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Special Sale of
Linen Torchon Laces
Now Going On
Here's an opportunity for lovers of laces
to buy Real Hand-Made Torchon Laces
at lowest cost possible. N
10 quality ..,. 6$ a yard
12'2c quality 8 a yd.
15c quality 10 a yd.
20c quality 15 a yd.
25c quality 10 2-3 a yd.
35c quality N. 25 a yd.
Special Sale of Bedspreads
BEGINNING MONDAY MORNING, JUNE 1ST,
$1.00 QUALITY AT , 80rf
$1.25 " " 31.06
$1.50 " " 91.25
$1.75 " ' si.45
$2.00 " " $1.65
A Saving In Bath Towels
Extra heavy, hcmmed.size 2ix42, $3.50 quality, SPEC
CIAL MONDAY, 3.0 A DOZ.
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THE STORE WITH THE MONEY-BACK POLICY.
A Boon To Photographers
Amateurs who have trouble in Retting the best results
from Tray Development of their PEEMO Film Pack Films
will find that the
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We have every convenience for photographers.
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WOODS REPORTS ON
THE CHOICEST STEAKS
THE FINESC CUTLETS
Tamales, Enchiladas, Spare Bibs.
THE MANHATTAN CAFE
Fort near Hotel.
SALOON is right close to the theater,
where yon can get the Best of Every
thing to drink.
Secretary Wood tins prepared tlio
following letter which ho will submit
to the l'romotlun Commllteo at Hh
meeting this afternoon:
Honolulu, Juno 4th, 1008.
Chnlrninn and Members of thu Hawaii
Gentlemen: l)y the Inst steamer
from tho South wo received letters
from Thomas Cook & Sons, also thu
agents of Hums l'hllp & Company and
tho Canadian Australian Steamship
Company, stating that additional sup
plies of our folders hud been received
and would be given u careful distribu
tion. Mr. K. J. Cnylo, Assistant Ocnornl
Passenger Agent of tho Canadian Pa
cific Hallway, wiltes under (Into of
May 21st, "It la very difficult at tho
present time to make a forecast as to
the prospects for tourist travel to Ha
waii. If things turn out as wc expect
tu tho Canadian Northwest, I think
wo can look for considerable travel
from this section to tho Hawaiian Is
lands during the romlng Winter."
Ill' tho Inst steamer, tho Commis
sioner of Kducntlou nt Washington ac
knowledged tho receipt of sundry
pamphlets forwarded to him, stating
In his letter that tho matter of hold
ing n meeting of tho National Educa
tional Association In Honolulu Is be
ing given consideration.
Tho Secretory of tho Los Angclci
Chamber of Commerce writes under
date of May 21st, ns follows:
"I Just sent you tho following cable
gram: "Lady Maud, Gwendolyn, Lur
lino entered. Send Hawaii," which
wmi :i result of n special meeting held
In the looms of our organization this
"In order to push 'tho thing forward
tho Chamber guaranteed to ralsu a
curtain amount of money which re
sulted In tho Yacht Club agreeing to
"I trust now there will be no hitch
In the matter and tho race will be
pulled off as scheduled.
"Lloyd Chllds Is having his hands
full with raco preparations and elils
lectures which aru still patronized to
In answer to a recent letter, the
General Passenger Agent of tho De
troit and Mackinac Railway Company
writes ns follows:
"I beg to acknowledge receipt of
your favor of tho 2lst., and desire to
advise that your llttlo pamphlot canto
duly to hand, for which plcaso accept
"I observe that your communication
has tho word "Aloha" nt the top of It
and It may bo of interest far you to
know that wo have a station of that
name In Choboygan County, Mich.,
situated on tho shore of Mullet Lake,
tho largest Inland body of water In
Michigan, At this point wo havo a
unlquo station constructed of logs and
cement, that cost us just about $15,
000 to construct. Under separate cov
crl am sending you some of our ad
vertising matter, showing views of
Aloha station, also soma maps giving
tho location. I thought possibly the
samo might provo of Interest to you
"Wishing you success, I am,
(Signed) "T. G. WINNKTT.
"G. P. & P. A."
Tho following circular relating to
tcachcis' examinations, has been is
sued by tho Department of Instruction:
Tho teachers' examinations for prl
mniy nnd grammar grade certificate;
will bo held on Juno 23rd nnd 24th,
1908 at Honolulu, Hilo, Kohala, Konn
waenn, Wittluku, and Llhue. I
Papers will bo prepared for both
primary and grammar grades.
Primary grade examinations are
open to persons seventeen years of
ago who possess any of tho following
qualifications: (a) One yoar of pro
fessional training, (h) Ono year ol
successful teaching, (c) A High
school diploma or its equivalent.
Grammar grade examinations aro
open for thoso holding flrst-closs pri
mnry certificates or equivalents, cred i
ited by the Department.
Subjects for primary grade examin
ations aro (a) Subject matter of tho
courso of study as In latest report of
Superintendent of Public Instruction
except manual training and calisthen
ics, (b) School management, (c)
Methods of teaching tho subjects of
the public "school course.
Examinations la arithmetic will In
Examinations In physiology, hygiene
and nature study will contain four
questions on nature tudy which will
Inctudo tho ability to give life history
of Insects: Mud wasp, paper wasp,
honey bee, mosquito, dragon-lly, silk
worm, " etc. Zoology, Krog, lizard,
owl, plover, piycah bird, spider, mul
let, hen, duck, dove, goat, horse, cow,
sheqp, dog, cat. Plants: Lantana,
melon, cabbage. Trees: Cocoauut,
p.ipnyn, algaroba, bamboo, orange,
lemon, etc. Also ability to wrlto on
some subject of agricultural Interest
In tho Hawaiian lsunds.
" Subjects for grammar grado exam
inations are: (al Subject matter of
thc courso of study as In tho latitat
roport of Superintendent of Public In
struction except manual training rind
calisthenics. (b) Geometry, four
books. Algebra to quudinttcs. (c)
General history, (d) .School manage
ment and methods of teaching.
Hours of examination will bo S a. m.
to 12 in., 1 p. m, to 5 p, m.
Pcnmnnchlp will be marked on tho
Heading win ue from some mag
azine, Including Ave oral questions on
the subject matter read.
Spelling will bo from a list of words
to be rcndi by tho examiner, with tho
words explained if not understood. Af
ter tho words have been written, thny
will ho read over once for correction
when tho teacher may desire to make.
Thero will ho nine papers, each hav
ing 100 credits.
Tho rules governing examinations
arc given on pages 32 and 3.1 of school
rules nnd regulations. It is tho plnnL
or the Department, just as tar ns pos
sible, to replace teachers holding no
cetllflcntes with those holding certif
icates. It is therefore Incumbent on
each teacher having no certificate tu
procure tine in order to hold n position.
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This woninti unys Lrdln, K.
Plnltlinm's Yi'gt'tnltlH Compound
Hived her life, lteml liur letter.
Mrs. T. C. WJllatlscn, of Manning,
Iowa, writes to Mrs. I'iukham:
" I c.ih truly say that Lydla K. Pink
Tiam's Vegetable Compound saved my
life, and 1 cannot express my gratitude
to you In words. Tor years I suffered
with tliu worst forms of female com
plaints, continually doctoring and
spending lots of money for tncdlclno
vrlthout help. I wrote you for advice,
followed It ns directed, nnd took Lydln
12. I'lnhhnm's Vegetable Compound anil
It has restored me to perfect health.
Had it not been for you I should havo
been In my grave to-day. 1 wish every
suffering woman would try It."
FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.
For thirty years Lydia K. Pink-1
ham's Vegetable; Compound, niailo
from roots and licrlii, lias been tho
tttniularil remedy for female ills,
nnd has positively cured tliotisanilsof
women who have licon troubled u itli
displacements, inflammation, ulcern-!
firm, lllirniil tumnn-L Irrt'irularitii'S.
periodic pains, backache, thai ltf.tr-
wny uont, you try it r
Mrs. Plnlilmin lu lies nil nick
women to write her for advice.
She hits (,'iildoil thousands to
health. Address, Lynn, Muss.
Le liiiliar cits
Chocolates, French Mixed, Marshmallows
L?,ii)ii Drop;, Hard Grn Drops,
Galller's Swiss Milk Chocolate,
. U-All-N) After-Dinner Mints
Some of the dainties we have just received
Henry May & Co., Ltd. Tel 22
TAKING INTO CONSIDERATION
Health, ( Cleanliness,
You will decide on
for lighting your Home or Phc
cost of the installation.
let us estimate thi
AM WS FIFTIETH
. . .. .
GeorRO A. Davis celebrated Ills fif
tieth birthday on Wednesday, by In
viting somo forty of Ills friends to a
very pleasant dinner nt his liomo on
Kewalo street. AtnonK tlioso present
were Judgo Dole, JitdKO Lindsay,
JudKO Do Dolt, JudKO Koblnson, God-
froy Brown, David Dayton, Frank
Thompson, Wni. Henry, Charles V.
Chllllngworth, Ella I.oiik, J. I Cooke,
II. E. Cooper, D. P. It. IsenbcrK, Ous
Schuman, Dr. 'P. Howard lluniuhrls,
Dr. C. D. Cooper, Col Jones, 13. 1'.
Spalding, Judge 8. M. Dallou. W. A.
Kinney, A. N. Campbell, Ilobert Hnlr,
Thomas Lucas, Jlarsli.il Hendry, A. M.
Urown. Mr. Ilcrtsche, Attorney Gen
eral Hemenwny, V. II. Knrrlngton,
Maiston Cumpbell, J D. Tucker, M
Kopkc. Mr. Davis In responding to
the toast proposed by II. E. Cooper,
made n very happy speech, during
which he said that during his life in
tho Islands each man bidden to tho
dinner had dono him somo act of kind
ncss for vthlch ho desired to express
his appreciation. A very pleasant
evening was passed and Mr. Davlb was
cordially congratulated In the various
oasts proposed and Individual expres
sions of good will.
A Rirris pvp viewnf
Malthoid Roofing is
not a roofing like many
others made simply
to sell regardless cf
quality. Wc are not
you want a roofing that
will last. Every roll is
Write us today for
J. A. GILMAN
Shippinand Commission Merchant
FIRE AND MARINE
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Parrott & Co., San Francisco
Aachen and Munich Fire Insurance Co.
Mannheim Insurance Co.
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
KING STREET NEAR AIAKSA.
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Never leaks in any position. Al
ways ready for instant use. Most
Hawaiian News Co.,
Oct well, tuid keep well. Thero are
more deaths from over-eating than
from starvation. Half the stomach
troubles aro duo to food faults. Tho
first thliiK n doctor will sa) Is cat less
meat and more fruit, nnd tho victim
of stomach trouble Rets homo und eats
fresh fruit till ho feels poisoned. Now
fresh fruit Is all rlKht and very Rood,
If you aro not too sick, but )ou must
go Blow. "What must you do?" Why
you must cat Hawaiian fruits In such
ways ns sick peoplo can for tho Ha
waiian fruits nro full of tho finest
kinds nf medicine, nnd it Is luipcrn
tlrrio that thu sick should line them
At the Honolulu Jnm and Chutney fac
tory thoso licallli-Khlns fruits are pre
served with tho highest grado of sug
ar in such a way that tho medicinal
qualities nro lelalnoil.
Many novols aro written and put on
kalo every year, but few of them en
joy tho popularity of Jane Austin's
"Prldo and Piejiidlcc." A dramatiza
tion of tho novel has been made by
Mrs. Steele Mnck'ay nnd It Is to bo
presented nt Cbas. 11. Dlblinp Hall,
June 12, by ho Dramatic Club of
Oaliu College. Miss Mary 13. Uraco
head of tho Deptrtment of Oral Ex
pression, and Chas. T. Kltts, principal
of tho Preparatory School, aro coach
lug tho cast. At the tlmo of tho play
In 1700. it Kloa onVortunlty for quaint
and pretty costumes. Tickets nro 75c
and 50c., and aro for sale by tho stu
dents of tho College.
Wife of John Clark of West Coast
Ilealty Company flleij now chnrges In
divorce complaint Had al legos fraud.
Colonel Mnddox, nged correspond
ent In divorce suit, pleads ago as ex
cuse for amorous actions.
. o J
Von Hamm-Young Co.,
Believe in lucky Numbers.
House and Lot on Liliha
Streets near Vineyard, 2
Bedrooms. Toilet and Bath
Sewer. Car line.
" ' MICE $900,00.
Cash or Easy Payment.
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WE BELIEVE IN
Naturally I We know more about
FAINT than anything else. The
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on as Faint should be. We can with
pride point out to youMhe houses
painted by us,
lis. KINO ST.
Lucky Signs S-S-Signs.
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o; It don't cost any more, In fact
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If jou have a fault In your fig
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Our suits at Twcnty-flvo Dollars
hnvo no comparison. TJltcro Is no ex
cuse to be slovenly attired when for
tho samo money you can bo well
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