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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, JULY 14, 1908.
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LAST DAYS-riNAL DAYS
Our Annual Sale means a Profit
Sharing Event. ,;
It means a Saving on Everything
N.S.Sachs Dry Goods Co.
Cor. Beretania and Fort Sts.
for a case .of the best soda water that ever caine oat of a
factory. Dinger Ale and Hires Root Beer, 70 cents a case.
CONSOLIDATED SODA WORKS CO., LTD.
G. S. LEITHEAD, Manager.
Joseph. A. Gilman,
SHIPPING AND COMMISSION MERCHANT.
INSURANCE FIRE AND MARINE.
Agent for ARTHUR SEWALI & CO., Bath, Maine;
PARROTT & CO., San Francisco.
Thousands of American women
in our homes nro dally sacrificing
their lives.to duty.
In order to keep tho homo neat
and pretty, tho children well dressed
and tidy, women overdo. A femalo
weakness or displacement is often
broughton and they suffer in silence,
drifting nlong from bad to worse,
knowing well that they pught to
have help to overcome tho pulns and
aches w hlch dally make lifo a burden.
It Ls to theso faithful women that
comes as a boon and a blessing,
us it did to Mrs. P. Ellsworth, of
Mayville, N. Y and to Mrs. W. P.
Boyd, of Beaver Palls, Pa., who say:
" I wu not nble to do my own work,
owing to the female trouble from which
1 suffered. Lyilla E. Plnklmm's Vera
tablcCorapounil helped me wonderfully,
and I am so well that I can do aa big; a
day's work aa I ever did. I with every
nick woman would try It,
FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.
Por thirty years Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound, inado
from roots and horbs, has been tho
and has positively cured thousands of!
women wuo navo iicen troubled with
displacements, inflammation, ulcera
tion, fibroid tumors, irregularities,
periodic pains, backache, that bearing-down
feeling, flatulency, indiges
tion.dizziness.orncrvousprostration. Why don't you try it?
Sirs, rinklmm Invites all nick
women to write her for advice.
Hlio lias guldccl tliousanda to
m-mtu. Address, Xynn, Mom.
ALAKEA ST. and RICHARDS ST.
Half Block From Naval Dock.
A challenge is offered to the mem
bers of the Fleet in any of the above
HAWAIIAN HULAS.' '
. SPANISH DANCES,
TAHTTIAN DANCES, and
SOUTH SEA ISLAND DANCES.
THE MIDWAY IS OPEN
. DAY AND NIGHT.
- LOSES LUCAS
Jack Says It Is her
, Best Interests Of
s llonululu, T. H.. July 13, 1908.
Hon. Walter F, Krear, Governor
of Hawaii, '
Dear 8lr. I hereby tender my f
V resignation ns member ot tho
f Hoard of License Commissioners.
f County of Oahit, to take effect
,ncsnectfully yours, ;
JOHN LUCAS, -f
Happy Jack Lucas discovered nt the
meeting ot tho Board of Liquor Com
mlsleonors yesterday nflcrnoon that
he wna not In harmony with the other
members, and forthwith rushed to n
typewriter and dictated his resignation.
Ills letter of resignation, It la said
was not couched In terms likely to be
conducive to the best fooling In the
Iloalil. cither, for ho stated the rea
sons for Ills resignation In the briefest
IL nil caino about In this manner:
W. C. Peacock & Co. wonted to open
tip n booze palace In the piemlsea
formerly ocupled by "Scotty" Muston.
Ill tho first place they had duly nchor
ttscd that they wanted a kuIooii unci
restaurant license, each separata from
the other, so that they could run the
bar In connection with the restaurant
and Hb license, Later, they decided
that thoy did not need the restaurant
license but conduct a saloon only.
Their letter withdrawing the applica
tion for n restaurant license was read
at the meeting, and In It V. C. Pea
cock & Co, strongly urged that the
saloon license be granted.
Jack said "All right."
But tho Board said "No."
And that was where the fun start
ed. Lucas favored tho granting ot the
license, and said so In a llttlo Bpeech,
but tho storm of protests ngalnst let
ting another saloon spring up in that
particular neighborhood was bo strong
that genial Jack felt called upon to
subside, which ho did In the manner
above described. However, Jack told
that Board of Liquor Commissioners
just exactly what, ho thought before
ho left tho meeting, and his remarks
were, well, so much to- tho point,
putting It mildly, that. Chairman Dal
lentyne felt called upon to order him
to sit down. Thereupon Jack left. It
Is Hnlil that .his works and (he nature
or them could bo heard over the great
er part of the building while ho was
telling tho Board "wnttfs wnai."
His resignation was Immediately pre
sented to Oovcrnor Frear, who asked
Lucas to wait a little time. But, Jack
couldn't see It that way, and tho res
ignation went Into "effect Immediate
ly," as was stated In his note.
In the meantime. Rudolph J. Buchly
of Peacock & Co. had been sent for by
tho Board In order that they might
ask him to withdraw tho-letter which
Itself withdrew the application for a
restaurant license, but, urged that the.
saloon license uo grumea. 'ua. vibu
was of no avail, however, for the
Board' couldn't see that a saloon was
needed, in that locality and therefore
they voted It down.
Tho application ot Chung Tong
Chong for a saloon license In the Men
donca building was referred to the Li
cense Inspector for a report.
Tho application of Isaac Cockett for
a third-class license for tho two days
of the Wild West Show was deterred
until he could get tho approval of the
Park Commissioners. v
An application for a third-class li
cense, for tho premises formerly occu
pied by the Hoffman saloon, for July
16 and 17, was refused, as the board
does not consider that that class ot
llcnse Is intended for that sort ot lo
cality. There will be another meeting of
the Board on July 15 and another on
Butter : : Quality I
So much depends upon the Quality of your Butter: the whole meal
is spoiled for you by rancid Butter, while, a simple fare is made whole-
some and sweet by the addition of a little
ISLETON CREAMERY BUTTER
You can TASTE the quality at once; and there is nothing we can '
say that will convince you half so mdily as one fair trial of this in
Every square is enclosed in a dust-proof carton.
King Street, near Bethel
J. M. LEVY & CO.,
On Thursday, tho Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Company 'will run an ex
cursion out and around the Fleet aa It
cornea to an anchorage off port. The
Manna Lou, Claudlno and Klnau are
to bo used for this trip. The, first
named vessel will carry the members
ot tho committee tho band, and will
also carry President Kennedy of the
company, and her complement ot pas
tengcrs. The Claudlno and the, Klnau
will have accommodations filled.
Tho boats will steam out the Coast
to Koko Head or a llttlo beyond, and
come back, around the Fleet as It lies
out In tho anchorage, All of tho time
the boats will bo in smooth water, and
a very excellent opportunity to', see
Admiral Sporry's big Aimada will be
furnished. In fact, they could hardly
under any circumstances bo seen to
Tho charge for' this trip will be .two
dollars. The tickets are selling at the
offices of the Inter-Island Steam Nav
igation Company, and going rabidly,
Moving Pictures between acts at
$1200 Corner Lot 55 feet on School
St. with 2-story house and Cottage.
$600 8-Room Cottage at Kapahulu.
Lot 00x100. Easy Terms.
P. E. R. Straiich
WAITY BLDG. No. 74 5. KING 81.
MM f tf mm m
M. mL-A a.
The acknowledged standard
ON DISPLAY AT OUR OARAGE
-GOME AND SEE IT
You'll not get another chance like this. Marine
views make the best pictures and there will be
superb scenes with Uncle Sam's battleships in the
Why not have pictures for yourself, that you
have taken yourself?
Get that KODAK NOW!
Or dig up your old one. We'll resurrect it
FREE OF CHARGE ! i
HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY GO.
Fort, nr. Hotel
NEW EDISON PHONOGRAPHS,
We have a large new stock of these
famous Phonographs just in, and
would be pleased to have you stop in
and hear some ot our newest records.
Hawaiian, News Co.,
A STRONG COMBINATION
FOE: SUMMER COMFORT
AN ELECTRIC FAH
PURE ICE .
Hawaiian Electric ., M,,
XING. ST, NEAR ALAKEA.
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