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RvnNiN'o nuu.tvriN, Honolulu, t ii, sATrnnw, opt. it, mos.
Supreme Court Affirms
Tlio Siiiuclnr Court tills morulas
liiimlcil ilmvii .1 ilfiMcm In llio IcpiT
inw iriMiiiiimlcM, lm was ioIwibimI
liy (hii Circuit Coin I oil si wilt of
linlir.iM corpiM. Tlio optlilon (it tlio
t'uiiri'inu Court nnirnm that or the
lower lourt, nml Mauiiakcn will lio
hIpii8piI on a technicality, nltliotmh
It Is rcuiRiilrcil th.it bIio Is n leper.
She Ik nl prriunt In U-cpliiB at tlio
U.'illliJ IlnuliliiK Station.
When Mnutiakpii was flint nrrestcil
ii a n leper suspect !io, nirmilliiR tn
law, hiul u eholco or ono i1irUI.iu
foi examining her. l'r, Atcherley
uiis her first choice, anil Dr. JIcDou-
nhl was uclectcil hy tlio lloiril ot
lleallh, llio two of them then IicIiir
supposed to choose a thlnl examiner.
Hr. McDonald cxandncd tlio woman,
piiKiouncliiR her a leper and capable;
of Bpieadlnr; thn dlte.ibc. Dr. Ateh
erley refused to nlgn n ccrtlllcato to
this effect, altlioiiKli ho acl.liowlcdBOd
that her Hjslcpi contained tlio Rcrms
ot the dloease. However, heliiK told
that Atihcilcy m not allowed to
Iblt tho lcccMiifj station for tho
purposes ot examination, MamuiKc.i
then bcleiled, after m;iuo deniur, Dr.
.All Lcniiou us her examiner. Upon
tlio resul.ulty of this, her bolcctlou
of a second physician, looted tho
riiirstlon lit contention, this being,
of course, whllo her flist physician
Tho Supreme Couit rendcis tho
('elision that tho form was Irregular,
and thornfoio the ileeien of tho lower
(oiii ( in iillowliifr her to go free on
u wilt of haheai cm pus. Is coiiflrined.
It hi piohahlo that tho woman will
Immediately ho taken Into custody
again, for It Ii acknowledged bj all
that she Is n leper.
Washington, October 2.- ltaion Ta
kfihlia p-'ld llllOlIUM iiiKtii-'oii thlt
to 111" rii'sldint toilny. Tlio lt.nu
II i nut ills. ItooM'tell lint 1 ilci
iimfcrii'd wllh llio l'rohlienl for nu
hour. Tho rumor Is Insistent lli.it tho
.lapini'Ho gotcminent Is not satisfied
wllh llio plans for tho iniiiiuiiveis for
llio Aini'ilcnii (lent.
"I hateu't :i woid to say." said tho
Ambassador "It was Just n social
tlnll. IT somctlUng must bo said."
At tlio oxecutlvj olllco Secidaiy
I.111I1 until the llaron had meielv called
to pa bin lespects to Mm. Itoo-otell.
Malne Hllloll, Hk- aitu m. h is been
onlcird to appeur In court nt Iteno,
Net , Dec 20 (ii answer the illtoico
I'oiiiid.iliil filed li II tr luiiili Hid, .Nat
U.1. "J I ' LJ ' I
FIRST HIILl TIES GO
ON SANTA ii: JOB
Tho hcliooner W II Jlarston,
of l.H.'i Ions hiirthnu, niiUed at
llilo l''rlda, Uiaitcicd to carry
out the first toad of ohla ralhoad
ties which go for tho Snnta To
contract Blie will ho followed
h tho Whitney, which Is now at
WHY DON'T YOU SPEND
THE WINTER MONTHS
You can have n beautiful home,
wllh mow comforts, lho hotter and
cheaper than hy keeping hoilse. It
Is couenient to the car line. Thcio
Is no other place Ilko It In town.
SAILOR LAD WILL
On Tuctdny evening next, sailors
from tho V. S. S. West Virginia will
break forth Into song at tho Opera
House. Tho sailor lads hao a most
excellent mlnstiel troupe, which goes
hy tho niimo of tho .Tolly Tars, and
they piomlse :i thow of moro than us
Ono ot tho oilgnnl featuics ot tho
show Is tho piomlsc mndu hy tho
company's management that nit of
tho Jokes will be now. Tho time
honored puns haro been lolcgatcd to
"Davy Jones' I.ocker" by tho sailor
lads nnd they promise to furnish, In
stead, ii brand i;C humor which will
bo acceptable to nil. The company
Is fifty .Uh m.;, and Is said to Includo
somo excellent slngcm and dancers.
Tho money ilerhcd from tho cntci-
liilmucut will be turned over to tho
Honolulu Associated Charities to
help along tho work ot that society.
Kesri wil M.itu ore cm salo nt tho
stoio of tho llvrgstrom Mimic Co.
ON THE MARAMA
Willi an iiiitisu il number of slow
un.ijii on bo ml. all under lock and
Ley. tho lloj.il Mail i learner Mniama
C.iplulii (lllib, arilved kilo last oteli
lug fiom lliltlsh Columbian ports. Cap
lain (llbb Is iinxlous that tho blow
iiuiijh glo him nothing In the way of
n slli. nml so has them rmefiilly
giuiideil tthlle they iin- lu this pott.
'llio Miiramii has u laigu rtottd on
boaid, lu bolh the saloon am second
'1 hc tot ago down fiom Viincouter
w is uiieteutful. tlioiigh not loo smooth
thiouh tho taller put of It.
Dlank books nt all sortr, lodgnrs
etc. manufactured by tho bulletin 1'ub
Iii Glass Jars
You have heard about them why
haven't you tried them?
Don't say you know what a Dill
Pickle is unless you have tasted the
Heinz Dill Pickle.
There are no others like them.
Your grocer has them.
Insist upon getting HEINZ.
PINE TAX CASES
Stipulations Agreed On
Tho motion of the Attorney (len
eial that tho judgments In plue.ipplo
cases bo entered up against the com
panies In the mailer of their tax ap
peals was heard before tho Supiemo
Couit this morning. Tho attorneys
for tho pineapple companies also ap
1 cared nnd entered objection to tho
granting of judgment. Tho argu
ment tNiis, In the main, of rourso con
cevned with the question ns to wheth
er or not the decision of tho Supremo
Coin I should be coiistiued so ns to
ceinpt growing cuops outsldo ot tho
foity acres exempted by law.
Acting Attorney (lencral Whltiicj,
for tho Tax Assessor, claims Hint all
(.'lowing ciops outside of tho foity
lines me amciisblo to taxation, whllo
the uttnriicjs for tho companies tnko
tho opposlto tiew ot the ruling. When
tl.o argument was completed this
morning, a stipulation was entered
Into between tho Attorney (ienernl
nnd tho plncapplo companies fixing
the amounts In bo taxed should tho
Supremo Couit dcrldo either wn).
THREE KILLED IN
Thico .Inpanese plantation laborers
wero Killed at Wnlpahu jestenlaj nf
ternoon nt " o'clock by tho ilvialllug
of n car of tho plant'ithm tialn. on
which they, together with n number of
other laborers, wero returning from
(ho Held. Tho three men weio thrown
under tho ear. Two weio killed lu
stnutly. The third died on the wuy
to the hospital Tho names of the men
aio S luofiikn, T. Kakunia nml M Pit
Tho plantation authorities did all
they could to comiiiuiilciilo with the
llttn police, but wero unnblo to locate
them. As a consecpieuco tho inamgcr
camo to town In nu auto, arriving nt
about 0:nn o'clock List night. The
Shot Iff tent Olllcer Joo l.eul to the
seuo on his motor ejelo nnd tha
Intrenlil olTlrer. hi kiiIIm nf llin f.ifl
(that his limp was rrnrhol lr e 11) in
nick, loteied llio illstnnru of .1 Mill"-
In exactly 2!) minutes. On unltlna
ho took ehnrgo of tho case, whleli will
today bo handled by tho Ilttn police
I'AY.Ni: t lluniiKii.1, Hawaii, Oct,
iniii, inns, to tin- wiru or William
r.ijnc, a Mia.
Samuel (lumpi-in, nt llio roiitoniit
IicailiiK nmliiKt Min mni other unicorn
of tlio Aiiiuilciiii roilir.itlon of I.nlior
at Wiihlilnstoii, I), 0 tcstllki! tli.it Hie
Nallnnnl .M.iiiiifiittiniMH' association
iiiiilntaliiH In CIiIc.iko a lil.icMlnt or
Yott won't tell your family doctor
the ttholc stoiy nbout ur pmato
illness yott uio too mnrtr st. You
need not be afraid to tell Aim. Pink
limit, nt Lynn, Mais , the things you
could not explain to the doit, r Your
letter u ill ho held lu the itri test eon-
lldcnce. i rom licr vast rorrsnond-
enco 'vtHh sick women riming tho
past thiity years she jimv Iiavn
Kumcu mo very Kimwieuge umt ttm
helpyourcnjc. Suchlrt tei s as the fol
low ing, fnim grateful t inon, es
tnbllslt beyond n. doubt the pottcrof
to connucr nil female dlseaiscs.
3Iis. Norman J. Uaindt,of Allen
town, l'a., wiitca:
"Kvcr slnco I tvns Mxtccn years of
ago I had MiiTcrrd from mi i.rginlo de
rangctneut nnd femilo wedeness; in
consequence I had dreadful headaches
nnd ttns extremely nervous. My ph si
clan said I mint go through an opera
tion to get well. A friend told mo
ntiout I.ydla K. l'inkham A cgetablo
Compound, nnd I took It and t kite jnu
for advice, following jour elections
carefully, nnd thanks to j. n I am to
diy a well ttomnti, nnd I am telling
nil my friends of my experu nee."
FACTS FOR SICK WOMEN.
For thirty years Lyriia IC. 1'ink
ham's Vegctablo Coinpoutid, niacin
from roots and hetbs, lia been tho
standard, .irmcriy for fi malo ills.
t omen w ho have been tr.aible'chtitli
tion, lliirom tumors, un dualities,
periodic pains, backache, that liear-ing-tlnwn
GEARY STREET ABOVE UKION SQUARE
JUST OPPOSITE HOTEL ST. FRANCIS
EUROPEAN PLAH $1.50 A DAY UP
AMERICAN PLAN $3.00 A DAY UP
A new dotn tovtn hotel. Sleel and
brick structure. Furnished at a cost ol
$150,000. Euri comfort and confer
ence. On car lines transferring to all
parts ol cllt. Omnibus meols all trains
ITow recognized as Hawaii
an hlaml Headquarters.
Cable Addicss "TKAVVETS."
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Foreyer
pvR. T. IEI.IX COUKAUD'S ORIENTAL
CREAM OK MAGICAL llEAUriHLR
Tn, rim; If
kli. Mi.lll I jlrtiPl.
II i, an I kln irfn.
on beaut antila
v IV detect tin It
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N ia hrml t
la propvrly mi it
kit of emiUti
t.tnf, Ir, 1 A
Pare iU to ft
U'fy oT tke t.ant
"At you UI1C9
"l,i uo num.
i:nuniHitH I'n urn h 1t litrrbful c il thfl
klnIrfritlln,, - r - I Hitnitu unilj Ytncj
Uw4i iKakratn tha Li I .) Mii,Cawd mi Europe,
fERO.T.HOPUNS, Prtp . 37 Citat Jm Slrset. HToil
EMBALMING A SPECIALTY
Cor. King & Alakea. Phone 411.
BOOT and SHOE MANUFACTURER
By the Latest Improved Machines.
Men's Soles, 75 cents (sewed);
Men's Heels, 25 cents
Repairing Neatly Done.
240 NORTH KING ST.
Modern Musical Instrument,
BERGSTROM MUSIC COMPANY, Ld.
J. M. LEVY & CO.
King St near Bethel, Phone 70.
(fg'Tor Sale" carde at Bulletin.
Mil mill III IBM I I Ml Ml III 111 I I I III i !! '
Zlitl reS !!
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Z'ZA U- ? V.
WM BKG TO ANNOUNCK TO OUR PATRONS,
and to all who arc interested in the art of Cooking,
that there will be a series of special demonstrations at
the Y.W.G.A. for the purpose of showing the right and proper
use of L'lavoring Kxtraets; and the place of a gas stove in the
The Kvpert Cook who will have charge of the demonstra
tion has been sent by The Van Dlizer Co., from New York, to
show the superiority of their Flavoring Extracts.
The demonstrations will be held Every Tuesday, Thursday
and Saturday morning from 9.30 to 11 o'clock until further notice.
Kveryone who is interested in good cooking is cordially
invited to be present.
Printing and Developing
i We have the largest and most complete equip
ment in Hawaii. Rush orders a specialty.
EVERY SIZE and FHICE,
COMPLETE OUTFITS of cv
Come in and
Buy or not.
A Rare Opportunity !
The Government recently paid 40o
per square foot for a strip of land on
the corner of Judd and Nuuanu Sts. ;
nnd less than 80 feet from it, facing .
Jitll St. and opposite Mr. Clivc Da-1
vies' lcsidcncc I am authorized to of-1
fer for Sale a lot 92 x 42 on Judd St.
at 20o per Square Foot, together with
a small 6-room Cottage on same, all (
P. E. R. Strauch
WAITY bD0. 74 S. KING ST.
because it rrcscnts more at
tractions and piovidcs
gicatcr comfort than any
place in the Territory.
St. Clair Bidgood, Mgr.
King Street, Ewa of Fishmarkct.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE- ,
Auto for Hire
MANUEL JREIS. Call up at any
time by telephone any one of these
numbers: 290, 200, 1097.
941 NUUANU ST
Jjjgr-'Tor Sale" cards at Bulletin. .
May & Co., Ltd.,
Some of the handsomest col
ored views ever shown.
Ehotoqraphic views, large
and small. largest collection.
see them whether
They're worth it.
tried VERONICA WATER? It is a grand Aperient, tho
King of Them All! Pleasant to the taste, effective, and
Economical should be in every home.
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
Hotel and Fort Sts.
of beef and veal from this market arc superior to any oth
er. You will find the meat finer grained, more tender, and
with sufficient fat intermingled with the red meat to make
it cook well and taste well.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO, Limited
Post-Cards that will be of
interest to Coast Friends.
Very lara;e assortment of
you intend to
Fort Street, near Hotel
Good Folks Take
It's a Good Sign
If it's painted by J
The Paint Shop. . 131 King St.
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