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EVENING BULLETIN, H0NOLOL0, T. H THURSDAY, JULY 10,-1908.
Particulars in tlie Saturday
and Sunday papers
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vagrant whiskers. Nothing overlooked. Soaps and other
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We have some of the best turkeys ever sold in this
" market. They were brojght down on the Lurline with
some delicious fresh salmon and tender, fat geese. At
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ANXIOUS TO COME
Excursion Will Probably
Arrive Here Next
Sccretury Wood lins prepared tho
folluwttiK letter ulilck ho will submit
to tliu Promotion Committee at its
meeting tills afternoon:
Tho demand for our pamphlet "Ag
rlciilturo In Hawaii" still continues,
requests tiro being leeched for It from
every Statu In tliu Union, nlso from
Canada, Mexico, Cuba and Porto Klco.
That our Nuus Hcrlci Is also u
predated Is uvldt'iicud by letters fiom
editors of niiniuious papers asking
that their publications to kept on our
whin Mr. Jamuq McCandless leu
for St. Paul, we furnished him with
1000 stamped and addressed private
mailing curds to he tilled in with the
names and addresses of Shrlners and
others attending tliu Conditio who
weio desirous of hearing more about
Hawaii, fly tho Korea csterday a
largo number of these cards wero re
cciMd, each hearing from three tc
tlo addresses, to all of these wo wll
nud, by next mall, copies of our differ
A letter from the lco president o
"The World Tuilaj" Publishing Com
pany of Chicago, Illinois, states tha
they aro plannlg to mako the Noem
her Issue of their paper, (150,001
copies), a Pacific Coast edition. Tin
liadlug article In the number will bt
by Senator I'eiklns, entitled "Pacini
iho Orient." We hmo been requestot
to furnish nu article on "Tho posltloi
of tho Hawaiian Islands In Orlcnta
Tiade," about 1B0O woids, which wll
bu Illustrated. Arrangements liavt
been muilu for tho paper which wll
jo forward with u number of suitable
holographs, by tliu next mall.
Tho Picsldcnt of tho Callfornlt
Pioss Association writes under dat(
it July 15th:
"Just as I anticipated, our clrculai
letter to tho membeis of our Assocla
lion has stirred up a world of troubh
for me. All of our members aro slm
pl crazy oei tho piospccts of a U
w jour wonderful coimtr). I am be
ing Hooded with letters each mall."
No definite arrangements hmo bcci
made for this exnirrlon but it i
thought that It may bo pulled oft nex
Mnrch or April, possibly early enougl
o take in our Annual I'loral Purado.
That eminent scientist. Professor C
II. Hitchcock, writes under data o
I uly 8th, suggesting that wondeno
(i Ret tho members of the Uritlsh Ai
loclatlon for the Advancement of Sc
enco, who meet In Wlnlpeg liuxt Mnr
n in iko an excursion to Hawaii. Willi'
It is a long shot, I lost no time In taV
n g up tho matter with tho Passenge
Department of the Canadian Pacific
lallway, quoting from Professo
Hitchcock's letter and suggesting tha
they get In touch with tho officers n
iho Association without delay.
Our friend, Mr. W. I!. Simpson, th
idei lining manager of tho Santa r
railway, writes that ho is about to U
,uo another large edition of their Wal
Map and will gladly mako any change:
In tho pirt of tho may referring tf
Hawaii that wo may wish.
My only suggestion was that t
sketch of Pearl Harbor, tho future
?reat N'aal Station of tho Pacific, hi
I mil pleased to bo ablo to rcpor
that our efforts to direct trael i
Kauai and Maul, as well as to Hawaii
iro meting with success. Quito re
ently wo, wero Instrumental In get
Ing dlffeient parties to Includo tin
eautlful scenery of Kauai, as well w
lao Yalloy and Halcaknla, on Maul, ii
heir ltlnoinry. They woro all delight
3d with their trips. All that is nccdcc
o mako tho ascent of Haleakala r
popular outing Is a bettor trail up thi
uountaln and a comfortable Res
llouso at tho top and as these niatten
no now being ghen attention b;
Mnul's progressive citizens, they mo;
ion expect to seo an Increase In travu
Practlco at the Y. M. C. A. has bo
gun for Indoor baseball, in anticipa
tion of tho schedule which starts
about tho 1st of September. ThU
gamo.ls us popular as most forms ol
baseball in this city, and has Its de
votees who aro already getting teams
Into shape for tho coming competi
NO UNCERTAINTY A8 TO WHAT
DIVIDENDS SHALL BE.
An M. D. On
M'rllltiir on ktilnpv illseflRP. tha fnMlrdl
trrni for which IS Niphrltl, Dr. J. W.
Chlnmnnd snys In the "MKU1CA1.
' In Itn lncltlency It Is as curabU ns
ony malady that tho ayntem la lietr to"
j.n nn bkuunijaui rMAiif, tti
1'OHSENs! NO Hl'ECIPIC rolt ITS HAV
U hero dues that leave the kidney med
icines J nu hive lef;n ttklnR?
Atid ytnl an we huo sild oer and
over. It doesn't make much difference
what oil, rail kidney trouble, If it fait
ins, h slclnns and drurKlata lino had
no nurccMful trentment for It. True, It
commonly sets well nt tlrst, but If It does
not. It enters Ui scoond stngo that was
incuruuif1 up 10 lite uiiwiverv ot 1 Ultnn fl
Hcnul Compound, which l tin) nrst
thliift known to rcduco, Inllammatlon In
When does tho second stage rommencoT
Dr. Clil.mond says: 'IT iJKVKUM'H
80 tl.NCONRCIOUHLY IT IS AH A UULB
rail advanced uhixjuk it is dis
111 lcw of these acknowledged facts,
people wltli kidney trouble should do
sonin ory serious thinking before taking
futlln kidney medicines under which the
kidney deaths liAo rlrtn to over 170 per
day. i:en If tho Inflammation Is In the
flrt finite, n rourso of futile medicine Is
delay that dot clops the iry condition
that Dr. Chltmond snyt h ' IrreimraUle,"
and that was Irreparable up to the date
of Kulttin'fl beneficent discovery.
ii ou nave Kiunry trouuie, inner start
ing or Kented, how can th re be nny quts
tton about iour taking the cmlv known
I cilia for Inllammatlon r tliu kidneys,
wim ii, iiicipitni ur enrunic, i me real dif
ficulty with kidney-troubled ptople?
Ijltcraturo mailed free.
JOHN J. FULTON' CO.
Honolulu Drug Co, Fort Street, are our
sole local ngenta. Ask for Ill-Monthly
Uulletlu of into ruvQVirks on
The checkers tourney nt the Y, M.
C. A which has ,been attracting a
good deal of attention1 lately, Is near
ly through. It Is expected that the
last of the deciding games will be
placd off this week. A handsome
trophy Is up for tho event, which Is
fairly unique In this clt, but which
Is expected to bo the forerunner of a
number such cventB.
It is even whispered that chess
RIAL MTAip TBAKBAOHOBt
Entered for Record July 29, 1908,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m. .
Wong Vun to Choy Seem (w)...,0
Mow Yuon Ken to II A Hcen...PA
B P Ulshop Museum b trs to Trs
of Est of James Wight AM
Entered for Record July 30, 1908,
. From 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Maria V 8ilvn pt ul by Uep Short to
Joao Vlolru . D
Maria U Sllvn ct al by comr to
Umllta U Ollvlera D
Knlu (w) to Danleln M Lchuanui.D
Kala (w) to Haa D
Terutake Huga to Roln K Dine-
gar et nl , D
Hon Library & It It Assn to Alex
ander Oarvlo Rel
Loon Ilau et al to Kwong Lee
The following program will be ren
dered by tha Hawaiian Band on the
Young Hotel roof garden, commenc
ing at 7:30 o'clock-
March "United Hags" Gabriel
Overture "Calif of Ilagdad"
'The Kismet Patrol" Tobanl
Selection "Nabucco" Verdi
Vocal Hawaiian Songs
arr. by Uerger
Selection "Pirates of Penzance"
'Tho Teddy Hears' Picnic". .Bratton
"Tho Stnr-Spangled Banner"
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