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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., WEDNESDAY, SKPT. 0, 1003
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YOU will have to look around
for school supplies for the little
ones soon We -can supply you
with the best at the lowest
White, plain colon, and-fancy plaids; all new;
75 $1.00 1.50 to $3.50.
Black cotton; good quality; 3 pairs for JX0
201 25 and C5 a pair,
Children's black ribbed lisle hose; fine quality;
10 and 50 a pair.
Children's tan and white cotton ribbed hose,
35 a pair
Misses' black and white lisle hose, 50 a pair.
A FULL LINE of CHILDREN'S AND MISSES'
Black and black with wliito stripes. Plain and
embroidered ruffles. Very pretty. Look like silk,
?1.75 $2.00 $3.50 nnd $2.75.
N.S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.
Cor. Beretania and Fort Sts.
SAY ABE LEFT
Tiic Japaneio community Is great
ly upset nt tlio disappearance of Y.
Abe, the proprietor of the Kntagl
Intra storo on Llllha street. Ho Is
not to bo fduml, nnd creditors nro
entertaining grave fenrs.
Abe is nllcgcd to hnvo left behind
Mm debts amounting to tlio Bum ot
fin, 000, distributed among banks,
business houses, nnd friends. Ily
.tnpnncso who clntm to know whnt
they nro talking about, It Is stated
thnt Abe, who wnrf apparently con
ducting n successful storo on I.lllhn
street, some time ago borrowed $2001
from the Yokohama Spcclo Hank,
$3000 from S. KoJIma, $2000
from Taknkuwa, $1000 from Kusu
nokl, nnd thnt ho recently borrowed
another $400 from Kusnuokl.
It Is believed that Abo left In tlio
China, which sailed for Japnn on the
23d ult. Some ot tho creditors, how
cer, nrc not worrying nt all over
K. Otsuka, stibmanagcr of tho Spo-
do Ilnnk, stated that tho money
which was loaned to Abe was covered
by tho endorsements of reliable par-tics.
"Tho endorsers of Abo's noto are
responsible merchants," said Otsuka,
"and they havo promised to make It
Kusunokl, n storekeeper on Hotel
street, who advanced $1400, and tho
other creditors nro doing their best
to bco If they can get something out
of Abo's store. Tho storo contains
groceries, drugs, nnd dry goods, nnd
the stock Is In splendid condition
nnd has been closed by action ot
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Pi. Ar. ,,-rriv ill
11- I a I f " ""VIAC fW. m .TU 1 J
The principal reasons why you
should buy the
arc thnt it i keeps food pure
and fresh and cold, it uses lit
tle, ice, and is the easiest in
the world to clean.
Call and see it at
II. HACKFELD & CO., Limited
Examinations for cntrnjico to tho
College ot Hawaii will talio placo nt
tho Collcgo building on Wednesday,
Thursday, I-Yldny, nnd Saturday of
this week. Prof. Ollmorc, at tho
meeting of tho Hoard of Agriculture
nnd Mechanic Arts yesterday, pre
sented n list of examination dates
nnd subjects, nn follows:
Wedncsdny S-10 n. m.Algcbra;
10-12 nt., Chemistry; 1:30-3 p. in.,
l'hyslcnl Geography; 3-5 p. in., Mo
Thursday 8-10 a, in., 'Geometry:
10-12 m Physics; 1:30-4:30 p. m.,
l-'ildny 8-10 a. in., Physiology;
10-12 m.. Solid Geometry; 1:30-3 n.
ill,. History. '
Saturday 9-10 n. m llolnny;
10-12 m., Trigonometry. '
Tho following subjects by appoint
ment: French, Germnn, I.atlli',
Greek, zoology, astronomy, general
history, ancient history, mcdlaval
history, modern history.
OAHU COLLEGE ' .
Formal opening exercises for Onhu
College were held yesterday In tho
Assembly Hall. Thus wns tho GSth
ear of tho school begun, with n rcg
ittrutlon list almost the samo as II
wns last year. W. It. Cnstlo mndo a
short speech, ief(riing to tho Greeks
ami tho Romans in their prepared
ness for service.
President Griniths spoko of tho
death of .nno Webster, who wns kill
ed on Moloknl a blunt Itmo ngfi, pay
ing a high trlbitto to him who would
havo been n member of tho year's
graduating class had It not been for
his untimely end. Ho also CHllcd at
tention to tho number of Piinnhou
students who haVo gone away to col
lego this j car.
TENYO MAHU HAD
Tho Tcnyo Mnru, which sent a wire
less message early yesterday forenoon
Informing tho ngents heio of her ap
proach, caino Blnnly Into tho harbor
and docked nt tho Hnckfcld whnrf ot
3:30 o'clock. Captain Dent, formerly
of tho Nippon Mnru, wns In romm.iml,
Caitnln Going, Jicr former command
t-r, having been placed nn icscrvo list
on full pay with winters at Yoko
hama. Six hundred tons of gcner.il mer
chandise wcro discharged here, Tho
Tenyo llnru can led 2000 b.ilcs of raw
pllk, vnlued at $1,000,000 for New
York. For Honolulu boiuo pn-sxengers
arrived, ninong them lii-lng Mr. Iwa
knml, tho largest Jnpanoso Imiiortcr
in tho islands. He will leave for his
San Francisco store on the next boat
from tho Orient. Miss (limit, n loci
teacher, returned from a pleasure trip
to tho Orient. Among tho through
passengers wns .1, K Klllolt, who mndo
a fortuno out of singer sowing ma
chines. F, A. Glow is a representa
tive of tho great tea Importing firm
of Whitney & Son of Chicago; Captain
C. Germandt, until recently connected
with tho Swedish legation at Toklo,
and now en route home; Chan Po I.I 11
and M Chlng lfsl.ing, reprcscntathes
of tho Chlncso Fish Commission en
route to Washington to attend n fish
cries congress; I)r T Cnldcrsou, n
Manila dolcgato tn tho Tuberciilnsli
convention; Rev. V W Chimpctt, the
pulpit orator of San Francisco; niuf
Paul llovert, manager of the .French
steamship lino Chargcurs Ilcunls In
An Interesting pnrtv aboard was sir
young ladles from Montana, who weio
given a trip to the Orient nnd return
by somo Montana newspapers, Iho re
sult of n nowspnper contest. The
young Indies wore MIhb (leorglo Den
ton, Miss A. M. Colby. .Miss n. Cole
man, Miss A. Hogan, Miss Kcmmlss.
Captain llent stioke well of tho Ten
yo's behnvlor. She Is steady nnd com
fortable. Tliobo who enmo ns passen
gors yesterday expressed themselves
highly pleased wllh the sliced, sleadl
iicbs and comfort of tho Tenyo Mnru
She left nt noon today for San Fran
cisco. THE REMODELED'
STORE OF THE
Tho Thnyer l'lnno Co. Imvc lind nn
exceptional sale which ended Septem
ber 2nd. Since then they hao redec
orated nnd remodeled their stoio and
today they aro untucking several -now
Stnr pianos, nnd lio next Alameda
will brliigj.niiother assortment of tho
uuoi, innnos in uiu iuafei. 11
coursv they still havo In stock tho
profiler piano tho Stc)nv.'ay,
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PLANS TO COUNTERACT
At Less Cost
The new TUNGSTEN LAMP multiplies tho light
threo-fold without consuming any more current than tho
ordinary lamp. It noeds but a trial to demonstrate tho
advantages of the TUNGSTEN LAMP.
Hawaiian Electric Company, Ltd.
KING ST. NEAR. ALAKEA. PHONE 300.
Weekly Bulletin $1 Per Year
NO UNCERTAINTY A8 TO WHAT
DIVIDENDS SHALL BE.
The Pacific Mutual Life Ins. Co.,
with ajiets of over $14,000,000, and a
turplui of over $1,300,000, It now Issu
ing a Guaranteed Investment Contract.
with Guaranteed Annual Earning!
added, on payment of cecond and sub
tequent deposits. In case of Perma
nent Disability the contract will ma
turo and be paid during life.
It wjll pay you to investigate before
taking out Life Insurance.
HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST CO,
"Cm thero be any objection," nrks
the Washington Ilernld, "to referring
tu tho Piohlhltlon candidate nti 'the
beerlesH leader'?" No; nor tn call
ing WntKin tlio CheerloBS, lllsgen tho
Kceilcoa, and Taft tho Fearless, .
NEW HOUSE and lot at Waikiki,
near Camp McKinlcv, 6 rooms ; in
sured for $500; lot 50x100. PItlCE
DEDUCED TO $600!
P. E. R. Strauch
WAITY BLDQ. 74 S. KINO ST.
1.03 ANOI.'I.KS, Calif., Aug. 23.
Tho Amoilrnn Peaco Society, which
this week established olTlccs In Ixs
Angeles under tho direction of Hub
ert C. Hoot. Pacific Coast representa
tive ot tho boclcty, IS taking nctlvo
measures to counteract tho nntl-.lnp-nncso'
sentiment said to bo prevalent
In Iho Western States.
Tho hostile attitude toward Orient
als hail a gie.it deal to do with tho
establishment ot n Coaut branch of
tho main mclety, which has had
hcndquiil tcis 111 Huston nnd has been
In existence since 182G, The ulti
mate object ot Iho society Is tho sub
stitution of arbitration for war. As
v picllmiunry to this end, It Is send
tug out literature to the high sUioota
of tho Stale mid engaging public
speakers (o urate) nioie friendly hen-
tlmciit toward all nations.
1909 Four. Cylinder
Stevens - Duryea
IN BRINGING OUT THIS NEW MODEL we do not in any way retract any claims
that wc have made for the six-cylinder car which we are firmly convinced is
the highest type of automobile construction. In response to a demand for a
larger, roomier car than our 20-horscpowtr, 4-cylindcr Model R, nnd more
moderate in price than our Light Six, we have produced the Model X. This model
supplies a demand for a 4-cylindcr car a little larger and more powerful than the
Model P, which has been discontinued. The owner of the Model X can feel that the
well known features of the Model II are embodied in his car. together with the ad
vantages of more room and power. In brief, the Model X is an enlargement and re
finement of the Model R, renrcsenting the most advanced ideas in automobile de
signs, together with Stevens-Duryca construction and workmanship, which have been
proven absolutely correct.
THE UNIT POWER PLANT
This construction, which has made the name "STEVENS-DURYEA" synonymous
with motor oar efficiency, is retained. STEVENS -DURYEA cars were built on correct
principles in the beginning, and at no time hav c any radical changes been made in
4 3-4 BORE. 4 1-2 STROKE " TIRES 34 x 4
"t- v WEIGHT, 2650 POUNDS ,; "
For detailed specifications send for catalog. . '
Price, - $27tiO
Folding Top with Side Curtains, Storm Front, Celluloid Windows and
Slip Cover Extra $ 150.00
Magneto Extra $2200.00
Chassis r $24 00.00
" "-' CHIC0PEE FALLS, MASS.
MODELS X and U JUST ARRIVED IN TEXAN
Von Hamm-Young Co.,
' LIMITED, AGENTS.
iBSTK dfuW iCfv-MSiifiiSBSTBSTBl
Good Folks Take
It's a Good Sign
If it's painted by
The Paint Shop. 134 King St.
JAPAN BUYINO MUCH
NITRATE FOR POWDER
J I A lkIl 'Has Moved to
. LANUU 0REG0N BL0CK-
152 Hotel St.
VAI.l'AllAISO, Chill, Ann. 19.
Japan in iieKiitl.illiiR with Chilian ni
trate companies for u very Inrnu
inutility ot nltrato to ho canted on
her own traii'spurts. Tho Japanese!
i eprcscn lathes, It Is understood, ad
mitted that tho nltrato wns Intended
for lisp lu the manufacture ot Hhliiioso
OPPOSITE YOUNG HOTEL
M'KEE RANKIN 0ft DECK
IlKNO. Ne , Auc. 2.r.. McKea
ilnukln, the at tor supporting Nnnco
O'Ncll, il.ied his performance! In
this city Monday uvuilnt; with the
middle IhiKcr nt his left hand 1 rokrn
and his left cheek hadly cut, tin In
Juries having hi en received In Vir
ginia City Just licfnrn starting for
llcno. when .Mr UntiMn fell down :i
long (light of htnlrs In tho Arlington
lintel f.t that phuo.
The Bulletin Publishing Co.,
Ltd., is agent for the best engraving
nnd lithographing company on
the Pacific Coast and is prepared
to give estimates, on high-grado
printing of every kind.
Also prices and samples of the
Very Latest in Engraved Cards,
Invitations, in the best of form
tor smart functions.
Mr. Clmllii, tho l'lohlhltlrm I'resl-
dentlnl rnndldate, should icmcmhor
Hint the human hody Is 7fi per cent
wnler. That's n large, majority In
favor of thn nquenus fluid, an things
Bland. Philadelphia Times.
Supplics For All The Above Carried
in Stock. '
HAWAIIAN OFFICE SPECIALTY!
D31 FORT STREET. V,
All Kinds of Camera Supplies. A Great Assortment.
Island Views and Souvenir Postals
" Everything Photographic "
Honolulu Photo-Supply Co.,
Fort Street, 3 Doors below Hotel Street
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 189.
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