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"EVBNINO B'flLLETW, HOOLPLU, T. II., TUESDAY, SHI'T. 15, 150s.
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forever
TRAGIC DEATH OF
DR. T. FELIX GOURAUD'S ORIENTAL
CREAM OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
MRS. PAUL NEUMANN
Rinrirt Tub, rimMM,
InxklM. jjrtb tVMiK,
Ril, mnl Mlo lH.rw,
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W A N T S
Suffering From Nervous Prostration
It Is Feared She -Jumped Over
board In Fit of Delirium.
San Francisco, Sept.. 0. When Mrs.
UB-" f Jk-ArwrA
Woven Wire Mattresses repaired at James Sheridan Pia:
the Factory Honolulu Wirt ld i and Tuner. 102 II
Umbrellas made and re-covered.
Mlruta, Fort near KukuL
Yec Sine Kee-Plumbsr and Tinsmith,
Smith St., lt. Hotel and Pauahl.
Dr. F. Schurraan. Hours 5-7 p. m. i
1208 Young St. 4033-
Three bedroom houso
in Makiki District;
three doors from car
line. Fine location.
$30.00 per month.
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
924 Bethel Street,
They Have Arrived
Come and see both the touring car
and the roadster.
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3 tsn joi Tire run tuns orf -piioi
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3 no T7miTvtfijoipjuijjtj
a cm tj pun onoD ainj
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m -HXtiaX ItI NH tKlTDJO 14i0J
3 AIXIW jaAa jo ln dH sin
to , bji.,vu ojh
Sanitary Steam Laundry
Branch: TERRITORIAL MESSEN
GER SERVICE PHONE 361.
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Queen Street :: :: :: Hoaelulu,
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers
AMERICAN DRY GOODS.
FORT and QUEEN ST3.
Autos and Carriages
Schuman Carriage Co.,
AND OTHEIt PIAN08. .
THAYER PIANO CO.
166 HOTF.L BTRKBT.
ffywiFPTetawaa a a i
PIANO AND ORGAN.
otel St. or iia-
wnllnn Nowo Co. Tor Bato. very
chenp, slightly used, full Oram!
Decker l'lnno, Arollnn Organs and
UpilGht Pianos, guaranteed.
Prof. N. M. Lewis, 1482 Emma St.,
tenchor of I'lano nnd Organ. Grad
uate of Boston Conservatory.
For house-help, phone Whlto 2891,
Maklkl. Qonsrul Kmployniont Ot-
flc. cor. Pensasoln and lloretania.
jfley'Tor Sale" cards at Bulletin.
Fresh, wholesome, and of every
Serctania, Alakca, and Union.
Sweet Violet Butter
The Best Made.
2 Lbs. for 75c
C. Q. YEE HOP & CO.,
ALWAYS ON HAND.
FRESH BUTTER AND CHEESE.
Sam Wo Meat Co.,
King Street Market. Tel. 288
YOUNG TIM, Manager.
137 MERCHANT STREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
I IN KAPI0IANI PARE ADDITION
and other desirable localities.
For Sale at a Bargain Premises
at Haunla on ,the beaek, a two-story
house and furniture, at a bargain.
manufactured from pure distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
OAHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone 528,
in an automobile is 'just the thine.
Call np 200 388 or 1458 and ask
C. H. BEHN
All Muds in rolls and sheets.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN PAPER &
SUPPLY CO,, LTD.
Fort and Queea Ms., Honolulu.
Tel. 410. George i. Oaild, Gen. Mgr,
P. L. PETERS
' NOTARY PUBLIC
4000 Green RooOng Slate 10"xl0",
500 One and Two Prong Iron Fenco
1 25-gnllon Drum Commercial Eth
er. 1 Castlron Fitting with Flanges,
for 12" Wrought Pipe.
EM1IELUTH & CO.. LTD..
145 Ktoe Street. Phone 211.
Blank books of nil sorts, ledgers,
etc. manufactured by the Du.;eUa rub
an i rTirr pirmiM.
An U-auir. !! tif
fin il-tccttor.. It
li. tltxyl tb. UH
of GO yittf. tad
L lo tistrndm wi
It prtMrlf ti,...
rtm, Pr, I A.
S.tr. Mill to ft
lfy of the katit.
ten (a pRltrnti:
MA you ltd'ti
will w. Ihvm,
,-.. ....,. . . th. 1..t htrBiful if kit Ilia
Hn virpatailoti..' t or U tT ll drauMi rio .tier.
Ooixf. littler, la the Unltf d Sum, C.n.J. nnd Kuiop.,
UMT.HOPUK, Pftp, 37 Glial J.wi JImt, KcwTotl.
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION
BONDS OF HAWAIIAN
We, the undersigned, W. 0. Ill
WIN and 14. I. SPALDING, Trustcoa
under Deed of Trust dated January
21, 1902, made hy HAWAIIAN SU
tiAIl COMPANY to the undersigned
as Trustees, hcrehy glvo notice to the
bondholders of tlio Hawaiian Sugar
Company of tho election of Bald Com
pany to redeem nnd pay, and of the
icdcniptlnu and payment of tho fol
lowing numbered bonds of salt! Com
pany on tho FIRST DAY OF OCTO-
IIUll, 100S, at the otllco of tho MKR-
CANTII,). TRUST COMPANY OF
SAN FRANCISCO In tho City nnd
County of San Francisco, Stato of
CG 133 205 2C3 322 377 425
07 134 200 2(57 325 378 427
OS 144 207 269 32S 379 42S
CD 14C 203 27U 330 383 435
70 148 209 274 331 384 437
71 152 212 275 334 385 443
73 154 213 277 335 380 440
78 166 217 279 337 387 450
79 167 219 281 33S 389 464
80 158 220 28S 342 391 45C
82 169 221 285 349 292 4C3
87 105 223 28C 360 395 4C4
94 174 224 2S7 353 401 4C9
9 177 225 295 355 401 470
100 178 227 290 350 400 471
101 179 229 297 357 407 472
105 181 230 300 369 411 47G
40 108 182 231 305 3G4 413 478
43 110 192 232 308 3BG 414 479
CI 111 194 238 310 3G7 415 481
52 112 195 240 312 3G9 410 480
66 116 19G 248 314 370 417 490
G2 120 198 26G 315 371 418 492
G3 120 200 269 310 372 422 49G
04 129 203 2G1 317 373 423 497
The holders of nbovo numbered
bonds are hereby notified to present
for payment of principal and Interest
to October 1st, 1908, nnd surrender
said bonds at the place and on the
date last above mentioned, and that
after October 1st, 1908, all Interest
on said bonds numbered as aforesaid
Honolulu. T. II., August 4, 1908.
W. O. IRWIN,
B. I. SPAI.DINd,
Tiustces under said Hawaiian
Sugar Company Trust Deed.
NOTICE OF REDEMPTION OF
BONDS OF KAHUKU PLAN
Kahuku Plantation Company, pur
suant to tho terms of that certain
Doed of Trust dated September 30,
1899, made by it to the Hawaiian
Trust Investment Company, Lim
ited, hereby gives notice to the hold
ers of bonds of Kahuku Plantation
Compauy, issued under said Deed of
Trust, of the election of said Kahuku
Plantation Company to redeem and
pay and of the redemption and pay
ment of the following; numbered
bonds of said Kahuku Plantation
Compauy, on the 30th day of Sep
tember, 1908, at (ha office of the
Hawaiian Trust Company, Limited,
Honolulu, County of Oahu, Territory
of Hawaii, to-wlt:
2 14 45 57 80 104 127 135 155 172
4 23 4G 58 84 10G 128 13G 168 176
t, 25 48 CI SO 109 129 137 159 179
6 2G 52 02 90 110 131 142 1G0 185
10 32 53 63 92 111 132 144 167 187
11 34 E4 76 94 112 133 151 168 189
12 41 65 77 95 122 134 154 171 200
13 44 56 78 96
The holders of the above numbered
bonds are hereby noMfled to present
for payment of principal and inter
oat, accrued to September 30th, 1908,
and to surrender said bonds at the
plsce and on the date last above
montloned, and that aftor September
30th, 1908, all interest on said bonds,
numbered as aforosnld, shall cease.
Honolulu, T. II., July 27, 1908,
KAHUKU PLANTATION COMPANY.
I)y J. P. COOKE,
Oahu Cemetery Association.
A special meeting of lot owners of
Oahu Cemetery Association will he
held at tho office of David Dayton,
No. 137 Morchant street, Honolulu,
on Wcsne3ilay, Sept. 16th, nt 1:30
p. in., to revise. t,he By Laws of said
Association, and 'transact any busi
ness that may be brought before the
Secretary Oahu Cemetery Asso-
2J-"For Sale" cards at Bulletin.
Hermann Focko of Honolulu wont
down to tho wharf yesterday morning
to meet her mother, Mrs. Paul Neu
in.mii, who was expected lo arrive on
tho City of Sydney, tho purser ciiiiip
ashore nnd Informed her that Mrs, J
Neumann hatl Jumped or fallen from '
tho vessel on the night or September
1, n few leagues off Mnzntlan,
While Mrs. Neumann, who was tho
widow of tho former Attoinej General
of Hawaii, under tho Monarehv wis
coming up the coast, her daughter,
Mr. Focko, was crossing th 1'uctflc '
from Honolulu, expecting to meet her '
in this city. ,.,,,, I
When Mrs. focko looked up . ho 1
deck of the City o Sydney sent Tdaj
i I r.tn. ,) .. n Vi i-,, ,
Ish traveling companion, Mrs. I.mllln
IlllUniH. l,iii,ll,i.r thnrn ntom. an,l n i
few minutes later learned of thr- tragic
death of her mother.
Mrs. Neumann had been In Acapulcti
settling the estate of her stepfather.
She hail extenslvo business Imciusts,
ami nlwnys managed her own uffalrs,
her friends speaking of her as n lo-n-arkably
clenr-hcnded woman Tho
heat of tho tropics, however, together
with business cares, In ought tin an
attack of nervous prostration, nnd
during this nines ssho became Inter
Asked Daughter to Meet Her.
Mrs. Neumann cabled her daughter'
In Honolulu that bhu wan 111, niul inked
her to meet her In this city. Sli was
placed aboard thu City of Sydney on
August 27 by a physlclnu nnd tho !
United States Consul, n traveling com
panion accompanying her on tint trip.
Mis. Neumann had scleral attacks of
dellilum on the vessel, but, on tho
whole, seemed to be improving.
Tho City of Sydney sailed frcm
Mnzntlan on September 1, ttml at 11
o'clock that night Mrs. Ncnnuun and
tho chief engineer woio sitting on tnu j
deck, where they had been engaged
In conversation for muiio thin1 Mrs.
Illlllugs, her coin), anion, had gone lo
her htatciooiu. Mrs. Neumann ic
marked that sho was going to retlio,
bo thu engineer nroso uml l.'ft her.
That was Ihu last vver seen of her.
In tho course of nil hour .Mrs. Hil
lings bccnii;) alarmed nt the nim-iii-pcarancn
of Mrs. Neumann and xpnko
to the purser. A searrh of the cssel
was made, hut no trnco of the missing
Woman could bo found. It U pio-umed
that, In n lit of delirium, ,! j'tnipcd
oor tho rail. Sho must have gone
Into the sea In iter night clothes, as
her other garments woro found In her
As sho had been missed for some
time, It was too tato to lower a boat,
nnd the vessel continued on Its way.
Mnzatlan Is the last port of rail, so no
wonl of tho tragedy could bo got to
this city until tho vobwI nrilved Jo.v
Arrived on Mongolia.
As soon as Mrs. Fncko received her
mother's cablegram pho packed hast
ily and sailed fur this iirl on tho Mon
golia, arriving hero last Thiirxdny. Sho
went to tho homo of a friend, Mrs. A.
J. Moulder, nt 1941 Clay meet.
Yesterday morning, Mrs. Focke, ac
companted by friends, went jo thu
wlinrr, expecting to moot tier mother,
although sho knew she was 111. While
tho vessel was being warped in, tho
Spanish traveling companion could bo
cecn standing on the deck, but thero
was no sign of Mrs. Neumann. As
soon as tho first gangwuy was thrown
ashore tho purser crossed on It and
told tho waiting daughter of tho tragic
fato of her mother. Mrs. Focko was
prostrated by the news and was taken
homo suffering severely from shock.
BIG ENROLMENTS IN
Illg enrollments everywhere woio
the order of tho day jestcrday when
tho public schools of Honolulu open
ed. A number of the lucky thirty
teachers who leturncd on the trans
port llufortl were unable to get to
their schools on the other Islands In
tlmo for opening, but otherwise ev
erything went swimmingly on tho
first day. Tho Normal School had 1U
record-breaking enrollment. In tho
four classes 125 have already regis
tered, nnd many more mo expected.
In the training school department
319 are already enrolled, with many
more still to ho heatd from. Tho
High School entollment could not
proceed very well under existing con
ditions, but it piomUes to bo very
large tills year, KalulanI School had
687 students, its full seating capacity
being taken up. All tho other
schools huvo tent In ulmllnr favor
Tho Hawaiian bund will play this
ovcnlng nt Thomas iiniruo nt 7:30
o'clock ns follows;
Mai ch "Comrades" Toll.o
Overturn "Dainty Pi Inresa". .Fulton
Cnko Walk-"Ma F.bony Baby" Fiiliimlf the boat. or. if it has none, the
Vocal Hawaiian hOiig3...nr. hy Ilorgur
"Tho Soldiers In tho Hushes" ....
tni 10 i.ovo n rnssing ....utTKoru.
(b) "Tho Kissing Spoil" Kabhm
Murch-"Queen of tho Sea" ... Fulton
... .... . .... .. ....,. .. i
"Tho Star Spangled Uantier."
Copies of the Bulletin's Fleet
Edition, wrapped ready for mailing,
can be procured at this office for five
cents. Cost of mailing, three cents,
1 TWs JKff&.
For she ennnot help it. Women tiro
oflctl cnm nUxte l,yleiie, ,.
, , tllev driven to clistiac-
I on "I 'c S itcul provocation.
,, rnintnr iimlprllnml ti liv iltU
. JCI1 CnimOS UIUICV.Sinmi I1J Mil
tihoiild lie so. To llicm it U n iiivh
tciy l)ccau.to in nlno times out of
ten thl.) condition is caused by a
pcrious feminine ilcniiiRenient.
A icnivtly U neeessniy vliich nets
dlit'ctly upon the organs nlllictcd, re
torin;i healthy nouimleontlition to
the feminine system, which will
quickly liNiiel nil hystei leal, nervous
niul irritable conditions. Such is
llio following letter bcrves to
prove this fact.
Mis. Jlattio Copcnlmvcr, 815 So.
21t St., l'uisotist, ICtnis., writes:
" For two years 1 MiiTcred from tho
vrortt fotms of feiulnltif ills, until I
wuh almost tlrhen frantic Nothing
but tnorphlnc would relieve me. I.) din
E. Plukham's Vegetable Compound
brought ice health and happinctfi and
made me ft 11 woman.'
FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.
For thirty yours Lydla K. l'infc
ham's Vi'gt'tlllile Colli)ollli(i, lll.lllo
from roots unit hcihs, litis been tho
BtuiHliml remedy for fcnmlu ills,
and has positively euivtltliou.sniHl.sof
women who htivo U-en troubled Avith
displacements, in llnuiinntiou, ulcera
tion, llbroid tumors, inviruluiitles,
ierioiliu puius, biicUneho, Unit Kur-Ing-dowu
Why don't you try it?
Mrs. l'liiKliuin Invites nil sick
women to wrllo her for advice.
Slio lias triilileil tliousnnils to
health. Address, Lynn, Muss.
Will Appeal by Special Request in
ALL POPULAR S0NQS.
Alexander Young Ballroom
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1908
On sale at the office of the Hotel,
and Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
TO BE HELD
Saturday, Sept. 19, 08,
IN HONOLULU HARBOR
Commencing nt 9 A. M.
1 Whaleboat '. . . . $20
2 Senior Bartrc $25 Cup
3 Six Paddle Canoe... $30 and $15
l Freshman Barge $zo cup
5 Four Paddle Canoe. .$20 and $10
0 Senior Pair Oar $20 Cup
7 Four Paddle Canoe (modern) . .
$20 nnd $10
8 Junior Pair Oar $20 Cun
9 Sailing: Cauoc (old). $15 and $10 j
$15 and $10
Races open to all. No entry fees.
All rowing: races to he governed by
the racing rules of the Hawaiian Row
Each entry shall include the name
name oi me person wno enters u.
There must be at least three boats
started before a second prize will be
Entries will open at 8 a. m. Tues-
. c.iiu IK o i, ir. ,.;..,
day, September 15, at the Hawaiian
News Co., Alexander Young Building,
and will close Thursday, September
17. at n m.
For further particulars apply to
the REGATTA COMMITTEE T. V.
KING, S. A. WALKER, and W. C.
Advertisements Under this Heading
Ono Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad'
vertlsements Interted for Leas Than
Gentleman having modprn furnlehcd
cottnge desires to rent one or two
rooms; one block from King St.
Address "Dr.," this oirice,
Small, ileitis furulthvd (ottage, ion-
veniently located to business: A
No. 1 reference. P. O. llox 37.
Whlto hoy over 1G years to work In
cigar stand. Address, In ow.l
hand-writing, "W.." this office.
Three or four carpenters. Apply
Knmchnmcha Girls' School with
tools ready for wink. 1101-tf
Rowing machine: must bo In good
order and reasonable. Address "X
YZ," this office. 4093-lf
Position by export bookkeeper and
statistician. Address "J. G. 11.,"
Ilullctln office. 4090-lf
Good second-hand g.iH engine, 5 h.p.;
htnte make and price, to "Ungluc,"
this olilcc. 4 101-3 1
Second-hand flat-top desk; must be
reasonable. Address "I..F.," this
A second-hnhtl showcare. about 6x2x1
feet. Address with prlco "P.," this
A baby carriage. State condition
and price to "J. K" Bulletin of
A whlto girl to care for children. Ad.
dress "Nurse." llulletln olllca.
Address M, this
Olcan wiping rags at the Bulletin of
fice. SITUATION WANTED
First-class gardener, experienced In
ii lining tiecs; references furnish
ed. "Unrdener," this office.
Limited number of pupils taken for
the piano. Apply Mrs. J. Ken
nedy. 1928 Young St. 4101-3t
Six-room modern bottso, electric
lights, gas, mosquito proof. In
quire at 1337 Ponsacola St.
Rooms with board; terms reasonable.
Apply Mrs. Wm. T. Paty.
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mrs.
D. McConnell, 1223 Emma St.
Furulshod houre. 1713 Beach Road.
Apply on premises. 4067-tf
Furnished room In prlvato homo;
modern Improvements. Apply
192S Young St. 4101-3t
Between Ileictanln and Smith St. nnd
Klnnn and Victoria Rts gold
match box with lion's head on one
hide. Reward nt this office.
Tall nutnmoblle light hotween Union
and 1'llliol. Reward If returned to
Auto Livery Co,, Union St.
Japanese Bhnpplng hag with dragon ,
mounting. Return this office and'
20 per cent, off
30 KING ST.
1137 FORT ST.
BERETANIA NEAR FORT
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of the day.
Bulletin Busines, Office Phone 256.
Bulletin Editorial Coom Phone 185.
Advertisements Under this Heading
One Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad
vertisements Inserted for Less Than
A valuable collection of stt-mps. ThlJ
collection Is the propert) of the
widow of tho late II. W. liowen,
and Is the result of his effort In
many eurs of labor; they can bd
seen at tho Hawaiian News Co.,
Young building. 3911-tt
One Mltflon table; one 3-1 bedsprlng
nnd mattress; one oak extension
dining table; ono tloz. cane bot
tomed chairs. See Unlnn-Pnclllo
Transfer Co. Ilargnlns. 4102-lt
Runabout In lino condition; seats
two; ptoper for doctor, salesman,
or lndy; for sale cheap; owner go
ing nway. Sec It. Associated Gar
I'lno corner lot In Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and all Improvements. Two min
utes' walk from cars and Punahou
College. Address R. F., this office.
Six-roam house and lot cheap. Ap
ply to M. K. Mcnezes, at Wlchman
& Co. 4079-lra
Cheap Stable, In
sullB," this olllto
First-Class Furniture Store
134 Beretania near Fort St.
J. Santos, Manager
UNION STREET near HOTEL
The Manhattan Cafe
Is The Most Popular.
FORT STREET just above HOTEL.
R. WILLIAM WAHHAM, Prop.
You arc assured of the correctness
of any style hat sold from
the parlors of
BOSTON BLDO., 2ND FLOOR.
NEW ASSORTMENT OF
Either With or Without Frames.
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO,
You Want Electric Wirinc Done or
Private Telephone Installed or Dry
Batteries, tall the
UNION ELECTRIC CO..
G9 Beretania St. Phone 315.
LADIES' AND GENTLEMEN'S HATS
Of All Kinds.
WING CHONG CO
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattreises,
Etc, Ete. All kinds of KOA and
MISSION FURNITURE Made To
is making the Best Home-made Bread
in twon. Be sure and try it. The
wagon will deliver at your door.
CALL UP 197.
R. MIYATA & CO.,
CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS. PAIN-
TERS, PAPER HANGERS and
Second Hand Lumber, Doors vnd
Sashes Bought and Sold.
KING ST., PALAMA JUNCTION
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