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liable- too! that
ore ready ulicii
)ou nrc tools that
will 1o herd work
on hard material.
Such tools are
n.ich tiic licst
of It kind.
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L 0. HALL
& SONS, Ltd.
I Potties Celebrated Australian
S Stock Remedies
Tor COUGHS. COLDS. CATARRH, SWOLLEN THROAT, IN
FLUENZA, DISTEMPER, use
The ELECTRIC OIL daily on threat:
The COUGH MIXTURE in drinking water and bran
WORMS. Thi3 is the time of the year these begin
their deadly work. A course of our WORM POWDERS in
the feed, and the BLOOD TONIC in the drinking water
will brighten yonr horse un, kill the WORMS, and prevent
attacks of complaints which begin with worms.
At BENSON, SMITH & CO. and HOLLISTER DRUO.
Jno. Pottie & Sons Tel, 1189
In Mouldings and Metals
We arc equipped and have the facilities to frame any
picture just as it may b: desired, whether in metal or wood
A complete assortment of
Moldings. Metal Frames
of every size.
Leave Your Order With Us; We Will Guarantee To Do
Honolulu Photo-Supply Co.
"Evcrjthing Photogiaphic." Tort St. near Hotel.
GET READY FOR IT by payin? a visit to our store.
Wc hnvc just opened an enormous stock of high-cfass toys
and novelties. Oar
American, European and Oriental
Toys and Novelties
arc entirely new and un-to-date in every way. There is cv.
uything that a child cm find amusing in the way of toys.
Call NOV and get the pick of the stock.
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.,
CORNER OF FORT AND QUEEN STREETS.
Week! Bulletin. 81 Per Year
Choice IERNS, ROSES and
THE FLORIEST. HOTEL YOUNG Bid
jOur Sodas 30c per doz.
FOUNTAIN SODA WORKS,
SHELL LEIS o
o SEED LEIS o
HOTEL STREET NEAR FORr
Thu Atflu rHUInn nf th F?uftlnn
Bulletin, filves a complete tuinmary of I
the news of tho day,
NUUANU AND MERCHANT
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250
Bulletin Edituiial Room Phone 183.
Line To Wellington But
No Mention Made
Of This Port
Tim Iliii'o liners of the Occnlc
Steamship Company will lie put nn tho
unto tci Now Zealand the first of tho
car, hut what (heir cxaftt inn nil) lie
thu local agents have nut )ct hvca
Ily .Monday's mall from tlio Coast,
llio loon asents received unofficial, lint
lellnlilo, mhlcOM tu tho effect that thu
Oceanic Company linn made nn nr
liuiKcnicnt -villi the Union Steamship
lino liy which tho service fioin San
Francisco to New 'Zealand, with Wei
liiiKton as ii pott of call.
Under thin nri'niifrnnw.iit rriTinnptlnnu
ate innile with tho Union Steamship
lomp-iny ror a through service liy wny
or Tallin, connecting with tho .Marl-
nosn. Tlli li.iHHiMioprM fir.. iIiii n lun
iIiih' stopocr ut Tahiti going either
In neither tho private letters nor
thn lillli1lHlir.il nrennr nf lh. w,,,,.,,..
Hon of sortlco U'lhe port of Honolulu
mentioned, ho, nl the present moment,
the agents do not know whether the
liners Siena. Sonnmn. nnil Vnnlnm
will Mop here or not. Tho supposition
In (lint they will, hut (hero In nothing
definite to dale. There seoiitB tn ho n
special movement on tho pait or the
Oceanic Company to develop tho Ta
mil route. Tlio Call iirtlclo contained
In tho latest papeis follows. It will
ho noted Unit Honolulu Is nut im.n.
PollowllIC Close lllion Din llltnrrliiim'n
of expressions or good will between tho
United Stiites mid New Zealand, Inci
dent to tho visit of the fleet In tho
south soas, comes tho announcement
that tho two countries aio to ho con
retted once moro liy a dliect lino of
Meamshlps, Tho servlco will ho re
Ruined In January or next )ear by tho
Ocennlc Steamship Company In con
Junction with tlio Union Steamship
COUIIMIIV Of New Zonlnilil .Iff,.,, nn
absence of one jrar, during which New
'.fuiuiiii nun i no united States havo
been mactlc.illv out nf mnri, uin, ,.,.i.
other, vesfcls cnrrjlng tho Anicrlcim
Hag will ngaln ply reguhnly between
S.in Francisco ami Now Zealand.
With tho new jenr n regular passen
ger and mall service will be Inaugurat
ed between San I'r.mclsco mid Wel
lington, the capital or Now Zealand.
Not only will tlio new lino aid In build
ing up America's commerce and Its
merchant mtiilno, but It will tend to
add to the Importance of tho port of
San Francisco. When the Oceanic ser
vice wan discontinued n year ago, pre
dictions were m.ido that the New eZa
hind trado that bad passed through
this port would find Its way to tho up
per harbors or tho Pacific or to Can
eiIii. The tecent visit of the licet to
New Zealand lias gic.itly strengthened
America's position In tho wiutli sens,
and an Increased tiafTIc Is looked for
as a lesult.
Tho route has been firrangod for tho
special ndvnntngo of travelers, and will
allow n two-dn)K' stopover at Tahiti.
Tho reversal of the seasons will ndirlt
ot a liernetiial summer irhi'r.iMH .,,-.
Jojlng Iti wnim season durinj tho Oil-
Tho sailing ariangcinen'.i formerly
III effect mudo Auckland lh,. i,, t ,,
call In New Zealand, but tlio nciv
Kcnediiio punned to begin n?:;t Janu
ary makes Wellington tho po! v or ilcs,-tlnatloii.
lu incno f-nw-H of llriKlll'H IHscilsn
lli.il riemiml nfur the Ire.ilniriit In lios
jiltiiH li.ul fulled unit life was ilespaln-l
Onn Is Jnliii II. fljsilaar, the well
Kimmi un n limit nf llunkii. C'.il. He was
In thn Luna lluspltal In Hun rrunclsoj
for tlinii niniilliK. Was sn snnllin with
dropsy Unit h had to Is. uipiwrt every
tin days, lie was steiidlly slnklni; wlion
Ids family look hm Imnio and put him
nn rullon's nt-iuil Ciinipound fnr llrlBht's
IHsense. Tim tnppliiKs ensrd and lio
l Kan tn nn ml unit Is now perfectly well.
Ilicrj linily In Kiirrku knows of Ids mini
Anntlinr case Is Hint of Mr. T. J. Mill
Iny or 231)1 Ilryunt 8t.. Han l'mnclsco.
A few niuntlin iikii In. was in tho U. H.
Mai Inn Hnsplinl In that Lily, imd was so
l-iw with llrlBht's Dlsoaso that his sister,
Jlis. rruUli, was uilvlsid by tlio phyBl
tlaii In cliareo lh.lt n falul end was In-
iiiaiiin ami cioso ut hunil. Kho tool;
liliu lioiim and put him nn thn sanio treat
ment that sived Uysillar. Hn recovered
ami llvo niiintlis later returned to hll
I'liiplojinenl, Wrlto cither of tho ubovo
If sou uiKstlnii this.
IlrlKht's Dlsiaso and Diabetes nro cur
able In 7 per nut nf nil cases by Kul
Imi s CninrHiiuids. Send for literature.
Jan. J. fiilton i'ii, 5910 Kan Tahlo uvo
tmc. Oikland, Cul. Honolulu Diub Co,
1 ort St.
Wlim In suspeit IlrlKht's DIhuiso
weakmss or low of weight; putty nnklis,
hands nr evillds: dropsy, kidney troublo
nfler the third month I urlno may show
sullimnt; rallbiB vision t drowsiness: ono
or iiniru uf ttu-su. 2t
Oovemor Fiear has written fiom
Kauai, giving tho proposed Itlnorury of
lilmselt and Mr. Newell vvhllo there.
Thoy were at Walmca 1'rlduy morning
and visited Kckaha plantation that
day. They vvero to start for tho inoiui.
talus Saturday morning and go to
Halemano, thu mountain houso of tho
KniidseiiB. On Tuesday thoy vvero to
start for I.lliuo, and on Wednesday
thoy wore to start for Kealla. Thurs
day will find them at Haualel, Friday
at Walulhu, mid they will nnlvo lc
Honolulu Saturday morning.
By Hour or Trip.
6. C, Bookley, Jr.
FIRST ROUND IN
GOOD TENNIS IS PLAYED ON
Young Playen Distinguish Them-
SClVM and Render On ml AM in Vfi.
erans at the Game Tournament Will
uontinue at Bcrctania and racifio
Three tnatches In the flist round
of tlio men's doubles tennis tourna
ment vvero plajcd estcrday after
noon on the courts of the llcrctanla
Tennis Club. The real feature of
the play was the good tennis put up
by the youngest placrs on the courts
Jack Glial d and Athcrton Hlch-
atds both of whom were of real
valuo to their older partners, Tlio
Thco. and J. A. Ulchnrtls beat J.
I'. Cooko and S. A. Baldwin, C-l, 6-4,
6-4i C. O. lloektis and J. 1). Guard
beat C. M. Cooke Jr. anil I,, l.cwton-
llrnln, G-0, fl-S, (,-1; W. II. Ilabbltt
and W. Williamson beat II. S. Gray
and n. II. Uooth, C-2, C-4,'5-5. Tho
last set was not finished on account
of darkness, the plajcrs agreeing to
toss for It mid M.tbbltt and William
Tho tournament will be continued
tola5 on I bo courts of both tlio Pa
cific and Ileietanla clubs. On Pacific
courts tit 4 o'clock, W. II. Ilabbltt
and W. Williamson will play against
II. G. E. Forstor and P. J. Harvvood;
at tho same time mid place, A. I.. Cas
tie and It. A. Cooke will meet C. H.
Atherton nnd I.. S. Conness. On tho
Ilerctnnia courts nt 4 o'clock, W. h.
Warren and A. It. Ciinba will play
1 U. Stccrc and Harold Castle; at
tho sanio place and hour, C. G. Ilock
iis nnd J. II. Guaid will play Thco.
and J. A. Ttlchatds.
Kntrles for the other events of tho
tournament,, ladles' singles and dou
bles nnd-niUo'l doubles, will remain
open until the close or the men's dou
bles. The trophy won by A. L. Cns
tlo of the Ilcretania Club this year Is
a beautifully modeled llguro nf a ten
nis player In metal, which Is a wel
come change from tho usual run ot
tennis trophies; when It has been ap
propriately engraved by Wlchman, It
will be 'presented to tho new cham
pion of tlio Territory.
U tt U
LIKELY LADS MAY
BE GIVEN CHANCE
LIMITED GOES FROPOSED BE
TWEEN LOCAL BOXERS
Short Cards Arc Suggested To Fill in
Interim Until More Championship
Material Visits the Islands Would
Prevent Loss of Interest in the Game
With no largo events in view for
the next few months. It Is not un
likely that a scries of short events
may bo arranged between some of
the likely boxers of tho Islands. That
such entertainments would provo pop
ul.ir theio can bo rio doubt, anil
some promising talent might bo
Tho only question that would havo
to bo taken Into serious consideration
Is that of expense. The goes would
have to be short and from four to
six would havo to bo put on in an
evening. If the ambitious flglitci
would only realize that half a loaf Is
better than nono, and not try to hold
up local promoters, somo excellent
sport might result.
Local fight Impressnrios have been
passing out nn excellent artlclo In tho
pugilistic lino and, ns a general
thing, the funs have shown tbclr ap
preciation by turning out and buy
ing seats. There Is every prospect
ot tn serious slump, from which It
may be hard to recover, it something
Is not dono to keep enthusiasm allvo
until moro of tho championship class
pay tho Islands another visit.
tt tt n
Illll Monroe has como forward with
u Lhallcngo to any man weighing not
moro than 1C0 pounds who may at
present ha residing In the Islands.
Monroe Is said to bo a very lively
mini with bis hnnds, and those who
havo seen him fight say that ho Is ca
pablo and witling to hand out a good
stiff mill to any comer. Monroe
would llko a bout with Ed. Parkor.
a s it
The (list match game, or basketball
t obo phijcd this season was fought
out Saturday between u team fmm tho
llo)ul School 'and ono from K-iiiiianl.
Thu Kalulanls put up a game ol Iiim
ketball that proved too swift for their
opponents and won out hy a sllghtl;'
one-bided score of 32-4.
n n tt
The boecor enthtiblasts lined pp on
Pnnnhou field Saturday for n llttlo
liy out practice. Tho men showed
gient enthusiasm and, from tho man
ner In which they turned out, theio if
wi reaiou to Imllnvi' that thn com
lug season will be a aotiiblu one.
OPEN THEIR OFFICE
Howe and Lehners Are
Now Ready For
Captain William Howo and Carl
!'. Lehners, United States Inspectors
of steam vessels for Hawaii, arrived
by the last Alameda nnd have opened
offices In rooms 2fTto .10 of tho Young
building. J. J. Sullivan Is tho clerk
of the board, which Is now ready for
business on nil occasions.
Messrs. Howo nnd Lehners come to
the Islands as i result of the appro
priation Item secured by Dclcgnto
Kuhlo from the last Congress estab
lishing a local office for the steam
vessel Inspectors. Hitherto tho In
spectors from tho San Krniiclsco of
fice have como to the city onco each
j ear nnd nil Inspections and all ex
aminations for master's papers had
to wait their nrilval. Now Inspec
tions nnd examinations may be held
at any time.
The Inspectors come from the San
Francisco district office, of which this
Is n sub-station or branch. Captain
HoVc was the first Inspector for the
Philippines ami afterwards was su
perintendent of tho revenue cuttor
service of those Islands. Mr. Lehn
ers, who is tho engineer of'the Hoard,
has been hero before and hag been
tho local Inspector for the Alaskan
"Wo nro all from tho San Fran
cisco office," said Cnpt. Howo this
morning, "Mr. Sullivan hnvlng been
transferred from there with us. So
wo aro all a happy family and ready
The establishment of a local otneo
of Inspection will bo n boon to tho
steamship men ntnl the engineers and
officers seeking paperB or to havo
their old papers rencwod.
AT PUNAHi TONIGHT
The Illicitly recital tonight will un
doubtedly bo tho finest local coiicrt
ever given In Honolulu. Mr, Ilucbly's
playing has Improved so much that his
closest friends were surprised nt tho
masterly manner In which he rendered
bis selections nt the rehearsal ester
Mrs. Miickatl Is in splendid voice,
and will bo heard tn great advantage,
in tho specially selected numbers of
tho piogram. Mrs. Tcnncy Peck Is a
line pianist and a sympathetic accom
panist who will bo of tho greatest as
sistant to tlio principals.
Tho concert will begin promptly nt
SMS ut Ulslinp Hall, Puliation. Tick
ets may bo secured nt Wall, NIcholB
Co. this afternoon, nnd at tho door to
night. Tho admission prlco Is J1.00.
tt SPARKS FROM SP0RTD0M
Johnny Frnyne wires match Maker
Lcrcnil of San Francisco breaking off
match with Cjclono Johnny Thomp
son, Door Unholz and Cyclono Johnny
Thompson nro signed by Lcrcaro to
meet In San Francisco for October 30.
Pacific athletic association registra
tion committee suspends Truck Cap
tain Moody of Cogswell Polytechnic.
Wnlla Walla beats Traleo'B Dost In
feinl final round of Grand National
stuko at Inglcsldo coursing park.
HenryStuorken wins leadership of
Hannovcraiior vcrcln In big eagle
shoot at Shell Mound park.
Star amateur boxers will compcto
at "Dob" Smyth mcmorlnl benefit in
San Francisco, October 27,
Captain Allen'B Parnells defeat
Erin's Hope team, 9 to 2, In Gaelic
football at San Francisco.
Fair Play runs great race at Del
mont park, carrying top weight and
wins Municipal hnndlcap.
Largo crowd sees gentlemen Jockeys
imltato tho professionals at Oelmont
park amateur day.
Ljttlc, driving his big Italian car
04 mllCB an hour, wins the great Park
S. C. Hlldroth's Dandelion reols oft
fastest mllu of season ut Emcryvlllo
track In workout.
Dan Patch falls to lower his ltfili
pacing tocord, hut goes nillo gnmoly
In 1.-S6 1-4.
Victor Platt wins fcaturo raco of
Park driving club at stadium speed
way. Dattllng Nelson responds with check
ror $230 for "Hob" Smyth memorial
James It. Kccno's Ilolii)gt wins tho
Champagno stake nt Dclmont iark.
Stanford second varsity defeats
OlymplcH at llugby game, 3 to 0.
Central City wheelmen defeat Her
keloy team In CO.mllo relay raco.
Foley defeats Junes and Cassell out
Plays Long In tennis tournov.
Miss Hotchklss defeats Miss Moyor
hi last tenuis game.
Albion Hovers defeat San Fiimclhco
team at soccer.
We wish to call your Speoial
Attention to our Display of
. New and
Suitable for afternoon and evening wear, in
Fancy Voiles, etc.,
From 65o A YARD UP; 38 to 43 inches wide.
Also a full line of
In All Desirable Shades.
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
Pongee Shirt Waists
Patterns and Suits
Come nnd Get First Choice. SELLING FAST.
Yee Chan & Co.,
KINO and BETHEL. PHONE 627.
NEW AUTOMOBILE RATE3
Tho Auto Livery will from this
date reduce all automobile worlr 25
per cent. 1 passenger Insldo city
limits runnhou St., Wyllle St.. or
Kamehamcha Schools, SO cents; call
ing or shoppine 13 per hour; contin
uous driving 5 per hour; $4 second,
$3 for third. Around Island MP. I'
ll. LKWIS, Proprietor. Tol. No. 0.
The one spot on this Island where
the table and appointments harmo
nize, and where the comfort of the
guests has first consideration from
managers and employees. Sixty miles
from Honolulu and on the seashore.
ST. CLAIR BIDQ00D
The Bulletin Publishing Co.,
"'i ; s"n u me uesi engraving
Rnd lithaffranhinp onmnanv nn
the Pacific Coast and is prepared
to give estimates on high-grade
printing of every land.
Also tirices and nmnl nt k
(Very Latest in Engraved Cards,
Invitations, in the best of form
for smart functions,
Tomorrow, Tuesday Morning,
we will hold for 4 Days only,
A Special Sale of
New Goods, just to hand ex Alameda
A Grand Selection of
Skirts, Gowns, Chemises,
Drawers and Corset Covers
Prices Lower Than Anything Before Offered,
"i YOUR INSPECTION INVITED.
L. B. Kerr & Co., Ltd.
Honolulu Department Store,
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