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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLTJLP, T. II., SATUItDAY, OCT. 10, 1003.
HUSH SHOES arc
fit the growing
children in the
arc the most comfortable shoe
for the child.
They cost less than any shoe
of equal value.
Buster's Book of Jingles in every Box.
Fine Repairing done while you wait.
Corner King and Bethel
IS BEING READ
Library Report Shows
Our People Serious
M. L SUVA
HONOLULU UNDERTAKING CO.
has the latest method in the art of
smbalming, so that bodie," can be
kept any length of timo, and still
produce a lifelike appearance.
Givo him a call and his work will
sponk for itoolf.
Offlce, 1120 PORT ST.; Phone 179;
.Njejbit Call, 1014.
Otil-Ktylo Ktrnlglit Ken
tucky Iloiirliiin. Conti
nental was tliu rnvorlto
of the Southern gentry
of "hofo.ili tlio war" po
rlod. 'A gootl, honest,
friendly cilil whiskey'."
O- CHURCH SERVICES
W. C. PcacocR
& Co., Ltd.,
134 Beretania near Fort St,
Central Union Cliurrli Services on
Sunday Oct. 11: Morning worship at
11 o'clock; Dr. Sciuliler will preach.
Huliject. "O. T. Tuples No. VIII, "Man's
Sweat." Tliu Clitlutlau Knileavur So
ciety will meet nt 0:30 p. m. Tliu
president of tliu Kauniakaplll Chris
tian Kivlcawir Society will lead the
iiui.tlnir. !!vi!iilim wortlllll lit 7:30
I o'clock. Surniou hy Dr. Sciidder, suh-
Jcct, "Jesus' Home." The chorus choir
will render "The King of Uivo." hy
Our I.ady of l'caco Calhcdrnl C a.
in., low mass with rortucucho Instruc
tion and Holy Communion; 7 a. in.,
low mass with Holy Communion: ! a.
in.. Children's mass with singing mid
r.iiKllsh sermon; 10:20 n. in., high
mass wllh Native sermon; 2 p. in.,
Itosary and Natlo Instruction; 7 p.
in., Portuguese sermon und henedlc
llou of tho III. Sacrament. During the
week masses at C and 7 a. m.
St. Augustlno on tho Ucach, Wnl
klkl 9 a. m., mnBS with singing and
United States Marshal Hendry this
nun nine received u cihlo from C 'ft
Klllott, U. S. Marshal at San Krnu
Cisco, stilting that two witnesses,
Stahl and Held, In tho Wyneo murder
case, had been Hiibpocnneil and would
piohahly ho bent hero on tho boat
that lcaCH tliu Coabt on tho ltith,
in an automobile is just the thing".
Call up 200 388 or 1458 and ask
Choice FERNS, ROSES
Mrs. E. M. TAYLOR
THE FLORIEST, HOTEL YOUNG Bid
AUTO and CARRIAGE
KHASnil In Ilonoluu, Oct. 9, 1908,
to Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Fraser ,a boii.
Quilted tahlo padding that wltl not
stick to your tahlo at Whitney &
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
Merchant St. bet. Fort and Alakca.
J. M. LEVY & CO.
King St. near Bethel. Phone 76.
GEARY STREET ABOVE UNION SQUARE
JUST OPPOSITE HOTEL ST. FRANCIS
EUROPEAN PLAN S1.50 A DAY UP
AMERICAN PLAN $3.00 A DAY UP
J A new down town hotel. Sleel and
brick structure, Furnished at a cost o!
$150,000. Eierj comfort and conienl
ence. On car lines transferring to all
parts of city. Omnibus rosets all trains
Now recognized as Hawaii
an Island Headquarters,
Cable Address "HOSTEW,"
Tho Honolulu Library Association
held Its annual meeting yesterday
ami heard the reports of the uMlcers
for the year. Tho Association has
had u number of plans In mind for
development and Impiovcment, hut
no positive action was taken as the
funs nvallablc arc not of a size to
Sccictnry Campbell read the fol
lowing Very Interesting report:
Gentlemen: In bringing together
tho records of the several months, tho
figures presented are grattf)lng 113 a
mcasinc of what has been accom
plished, and lire also suggestive of
Tho )ear closed with SI I members
on the list of paid subscriptions; 238
pupils availed themselves of tliu priv
ileges open to them.
The circulation for tho year was
20, IS" volumes, an Increaso of 1591
over that of tho previous year. It
Is pleasing tu note n decrease o f 1.3
per cent. In tho amount of fiction
issued, and an Increaso In tho cir
culation of tho other classes of
books, notably of travel, literature,
line and useful aits, sociology anil
philosophy, Tho largest Increaso was
In sociology mid tiaxel, to both of
which classes a large number of re
cent publications has been added.
Tho following books havo had a
largo circulation: William James.
Pragmatism; W. H. Thomson, Drain
ami Personality; I.. V, Ward, Pure
Sociology; Nicholas Murray Butler,
Truu und False Democracy; II. O.
Wells, New Worlds for Old; Carl
Snyder, New Conceptions In Science;
K. A. (lunlncr. Handbook of (Irccp
Sculpturo; A. C. llcnson, Altar Tiro;
C. It. Kennedy, The Servant In tho
House; I.oid Cromer, Modern Hgypl;
Hllsworth Huntington, Pulso of Asia;
O. T. I.add, In Korea with Marquis
Ho. These are only n few of tho
books In various classes that havo
attracted readers, but serves as an
Index of the demand for tho latest
cxpicbslon In different lines of
Nluu hundred nnd 'two volumes
were added to the Library dining
tho year; lt9 weio bound pcilodl
rals, 27 gifts, and "It! wer.o ndded
Uu tho tables of the reading room
me jog magazines and ii newspa
pers; 95 are American publications,
9 local, and 25 foreign. Tho appie
elation of these Is cldeut from tho
attendance, which has been 1 l,".o:l.
This Is a consul-valve estimate and
(loes not Include the Sunday attend
The usual work In this department
has been carried forward, but It is
very deslrabfo that this branch of
tho work bo extended. The attend
ance was 1707. Two conditions
need to be changed in order Hint
tho cmclcncy of this department may
bo Incienscd. With tho present
nrrangcmciit there Is not room, con
venient or comfortable, for consulting
tho books that are available. This
could bo remedied with small ex
penditure. Tho largest uso of rof
cronco books Is made by pupils from
tho dlfforcut schools, nnd for tholr
needs suitable material should bo nt
hand. A select list of hooks In na
tmo study has been furnished tho li
brarian by ono of tho Normal School
Instructms, and these books will soon
bo on tho shelves. Hy enlarging tho
collection in other subjects in tho
sanio way, tho library would become
in n greater degree an adjunct of
tho public schools.
The recent acquisition of tho Head
er's Culdn to Periodical Literature,
covering the years 1900 to date, sup
plements tlio Poolos Index, mid
makes easily available the material
of tho leading periodicals.
I Grateful acknowledgment is made
of tho purchnso of expensive catalogs
and bibliographical material Indis
pensable In tho technical work of tho
wni carefully levlfecd. It was tin n
thought desltablc to Ira tin for Hi.
list to legular (Dialog cards, mid lb
typewriting Is now being done When
completed this will bo u most valu
able part of tho equipment of tho
Hnrly In the year the charging
system was modified, mid the cliuugo
has been Justified by results, both
in suWng of timo and In gi eater ac
curacy In Keeping tho lecoid of books
Tho Association has been placed
on tho membership list or tho Amer
ican Library Association, and will
receive the publications of that body
It is hoped that this limitation may
bo helpful, especially by hilngliig tliu
library Into closer touch with tho
work on the mainland.
Acknowledgment Is made to the
press of tho city for frco tuples of
their publications nnd for other
Tho librarian wishes to oxprcss to
the Hoard of Trustees her apprecia
tion of their co-operation nnd sup
port, nnd tu Join with them In tho
desire to advance library work in
Hcspcct fully submitted,
V.. I. ALLYN,
Detailed Report of the Different
Accessions hooks nuueii iiy
purchase, 71C; books added by gifts,
books added by binding periodi
cals, 159. Total, 902.
Acromions by Clares General,
137; Philosophy, II; Religion, 18;
Sociology, GS; Philology. .17; Nat
ural Science, 117; I'wful Arts, 20;
Kino Arts, 52; Literature, 83; Trav
el, 57; Illography, 70; History, 31;
Fiction, 311. Total, 902.
Cliculntlou Number of hooks
issued, 20,132; number of books Is
sued In 1907, 18,841, Increase, 1,
591; largest (circulation any ono
month, 1950; smallest circulation
any ono month, 1500; average Issuo
per month, 1703.
Classified Itcport (Number and Per
Cent.) General, 321 1.0; Philoso
phy, 2S" l.t; Hellglon, 207 1.; So
ciology. 72S 3.0; Philology, 30 .2;
Natural Science, 317 t.7; Useful
Arts, 227 1.1; Fine Arts. 3C3 1.8.
Literature, 1157 5.7; Tiuel, 1273
fi.2; Illography, 591 2.9; History,
57C 2.8; Fiction, 1I.2C7 C9.S,
Fiench, 21 .1; Hawaiian, 5 ; (ler
tnan, 20 .1; Spanish, 3 . Total,
Number 20,432, per cent., 100.
Number of magazines subscribe!
for, 100; number of newspapers sub
scribed for, 23. Total. 129.
Number of books lost and paid for.
11; number of books loaned and not
ictuined, 20; number of books dls
caided, 29(1. Total uilsslng or with
Registration Number of sub
scribers Oct. 1. 1907272: new mem
bers. 10 1: renewals, 07; withdraw
als, 107; number of snbserlbeis Oct
1. 190S. 311; reading room attend
ance, 11,3113: reference, inn.
List of Donors Dr. W. 1). Alex
ander, C. 11. Athcrton. 11. It. Il.ui-
nlng, J. II. Hllss, David Dayton, L.
A. Dickey, W. C. Parke, Mrs, Thus.
Prime. Miss A. J.-Vancouver, Admlr
ul S. M. Ver. Anno Wllhlnglon.
n wn pa jtn trr.
innrr HM" ."
REM ABM Ml US B9 f
' L '" i r-cgrjgrBWgVgl
to give you a Ten Days' Free Trial
in order to prove to you that the
Tho nervottsstr.iln throuc,h which
clrosiiukom lmvo U p.iss at certain
BrnxoiM of tlio ycai'Mvms almost be
yond endurance, and frequently
brings on uui vous prostration, falnt
injr spoil, dizziness1, Blccnlcssnpss
and n general breaking down of tlio
feuiiiilnu system, until life bcciiis
For all overworked women there
la ono tiied and true, lcniedy.
restores tlio feminino system to u
strong, healthy, normal condition.
Mrs. Klla CJriMii.of I'.ukSt.. Call
ton, X.Y., writes to Mrs. l'iiikhum :
" I was troubled for three years with
female weakness, bncliache, pnlus In
inv side, and headaches. 1 was most
mlhcrahlo and discouraged, for doctors
pavo tne no relief. L;du H. Pinkham's
Vcgetablu Compound brought back my
health nnd niado mo feel butter than
FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.
For thirty year Lydia K. I'ink
liam's Vegctalilo Conniounil, mndo
from loots and horln, lias lieon tlio
standard remedy for femalo ills,
and lino imsitlvely cured thousands of
women who have been troubled with
disnlacemc uts. Inflammation, uleem-
Ltlou, llbrold tumors, irrcRularitics,
liciicxiiu p.uns, iiacKaene, mat near-iiiff-down
feeling, flatulency, indices'
Why don't you try it?
Mrs. l'inlilinni Invites nil sick
women to write Iier for mlvice.
Hhe has K'iili'd tliottniuls to
health. Address, Lynu, 3Iuss.
WILL NOT LEAK OR BI0T OR STAIN THE FINGERS.
It won't because it cui't; the Lucky Curve won't let it.
Call and ask us for a PARKER PEN to try out.
HAWAIIAN NEWS CO., LTD.,
An Inventory of
completed July 1, 1908. At tho timo
this was being made, tho shelf-list
Call and hear it and see what
you can make it do.
EMBALMING A SPECIALTY
Cor. King & Alakea. Phone 411. BERQSTROM MUSIC COMPANY, Id.
A Rare Opportunity
j The Government recently paid 40o
per square foot for a strip of land on
I the corner of Judd and Nuuanu Sts.;
and less than 80 feet from it, facing
Jull St. and opposite Mr. Clive Da
vies' residence I am authorized to of
fer for Sale a lot 02 x 42 on Judd St.
at 20c per Square Foot, together with
a small G-room Cottage on same, all
P. E. R. Strauch
WAITY BLDG, 74 S. KING ST,
JapaneEo Consul General S. t'yeno
received callors this morning at the
Consulate. Many of them weio mem
bers of tho Consulato corps, officials
of tho Federal and Territorial Gov
ernments und Ioe.il prominent busi
Secietary Nnknmuru of tho Japan
ese Department of Foreign Affairs
assisted the Consul in lecelvlug cal
No fcooner had the olllclals loft tho
Consulato than Jap.ineso busliicsa
men from outsldo districts urilved to
pay their respects to tho now CoiibuI
General. ,; J&M
Dclnted lsltors on tho Lurllne, who
failed to in.iko tho gang plank before
It was lowered to tho whaif, made It
necessary for the big freighter to turn
her engines oicr tho other wuy, and
como back Into tho dock nfter rho had
begun to pull out, lowering uway a
gang ptank to let tlio visitors ashore
K. 1). Tcniiey, Mrs. Tciincy and Mr
Macfailano icallzcd th.it the gang
plank was down and tho steamer in
motion only a inomeni ioo inu now
over, when they arrived at the top of
tho gang plniiu. It was nlro.uiy ileum
lowcied, and tho steamer was going
astern and uway from the wharf. A
smaller gang plank was lowered hut
had to be taken In iigain, as tho spaco
of water widened. Then, tho signal
to go ahead w-.is given, mid shu camo
slowly back alongside, tho plank was
put up, and tho visitors got ubhoru In
Tho I.urlluo loft at 10 o'clock for
San Francisco, with u good list of pas
sengers, hut riding very light owing to
tho closing of tho sugar bcnson.
Suit has been stinted hy tho Oahu
Hallway and Laud Company to com
pel James Aimstiung and L. L. Mr
Candles io compel them to mniovc a
dam which they bullion tho company's
pioperly ut l.eliua,
)f "For Salo" cards at Bulletin.
An Inlulotlon lor
Cretolon Is Boon to Atthmallct.
I! II nol !!! mor IIctiT lo brrAtha In
rtflfjy fur tllM-aMrl i.f Ilia hrMltilntf orifkDI U.ul
In ulia tli rrjiwlr ll lha iloiuiiclil
C'rmalriio caret lco Urn lr, trntmi
tronnlr unllvpllr, l caitlrJ "tcr tho llo-io.l
.orlco llh rr bmtli, llne rol"W'l a
nmliit InMmrnl. It U 1iit1uIiI to ihoIIhti
IUi tuftll rlilldrao.
Thowi faf n t'on
will Unit tinmcluto rrllrc
from Conght nr IndftfnoJ
Uoiiillllun ( ttm tlir,MU
hmdJ iul tit do
liO Fuluin hlrtet,
LARGE STOCK. LOWEST PRICES.
Coyne Furniture Co.
King Street, Ewa of Fishmarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE-
t'Mjmim -..-... i!!
3W c'-'ts ii
QmW In it. i.. yn
s GUftE V0URSCLF)
l-t Itltf ii (rutiimlu
IthEvns Chcm Ca. ' , ' 'J
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littinih i v; lilfcnulo
n.Hl but Batril
ln M Itj IMircuUtk,
Auto for Hire
MANUEL REIS. Call up at anj
time "y telephone any one of these
numbers: 290, 200, 1097.
'Too Fat for Coiiif ort !
will reduce your Weight and keep you in a healthy con
dition. It is used here with gicat success.
SOLD ONLY 3Y
BENSON, SMITH & CO., Ltd
Hotel and Fort Sts.
Large New Shipment of
IN GLASS JARS.
, Every Grocer Has Them Now.
Insist on getting thcni
Good Folks Take
It's a Good Sign
If it's painted by ,
The Paint Shop. 134 King St.
The Encore Saloon
Try a drink at the new place and
have "MATT" HEFFERN serve you.
COR. HOTEL-and NUUANU.
I I I II ! I I 1
The Best Whiskey on the Market.
TH0S. F. McTIGHE & CO., AGENTS.
101-105 KING ST.
?H0NE 140. P. 0. BOX 755.
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
941 NUUANU ST
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel St. near Fort.
Jack Scully, Jack Roberts.
The Best In Town.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
5G3 S. BERETANIA ST,
When you ritt
us to make
O'"- $25. suits
BOOT and SHOE MANUFACTURER
By the Latest Improved Machines.
Men's Soles, 75 cents (sewed) ;
Men's Heels, 25 cents.
Repairing Neatly Done.
249 NORTH ICING ST.
4000 Orccu HoolliiK Blato lCxlO"
500 Ono ami Two I'roiig Iron l''euc
I 25-gnllou Drum Commorclal Eta-"
1 Caatlren FlttliiB with riangos.1
for 12" Wrought Tlno.
- EM.MELUTH & CO., LTD..
145 King Street. Phone 211,'
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