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HVnNINQ IIULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., HllDAY, TED., 5, 1969,
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Closes on Saturday
Wc want to call your attention to this Sale. It is
nn opportunity to buy desirable materials at
Almost Half Price
If you have not attended do so at once. All mate
rials arc marked with original Price and Cut Price.
will begin MONDAY, FEBRUARY 8TH. t"
WATCH OUR ADS. '
Special for- Saturday
2-button lcnRth KAYSER, double tips, white, black
navy, grey, tan, and brown.
65c Gloves for 45c a Pair
Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
FORT AND BERETANIA STREETS, opp: Fire Station.
e. ii m
of Pure Foods, Relishes and
of the finest Flavor and Quality
No Others Quite So Good
Pau Ka Hana
is a necessity to the person
who believes cleanliness is
next to Godliness.
Chas. R. Frazier
Ihone 371. 132 King Sti
M. A. Gunst & Co.
FORT AND KINO STREETS.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 185,
New Dress Goods
LADIES' WORSTED SHAWLS
NUUANU below HOTEL.
NO BETTER PLACE FOR
AN OUTINQ THAN
ST. CLAIR BIDCJ00D,,
WHY NOT HAVE
YOU WILL, IF YOU JOIN OUR
It will only cost you a little. You
will not fed it. You will have a
watch and a good one, at that.
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
113 HOTEL STREET
as fresh as today's
make can make
them at the
HOTEL NEAR UNION.. ,
Durable, Accurate, Easy of
See Our Line of
Oat & Mossman,
Merchant St., near P. 0.
Hear it, and you'll Want it.
BEROSTROM MUSIC Co., Ld.
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25o per
hundred in 10-lb'. lots
W. O. BARNHART,
133 Merchant St.
'The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS. AND CWABS.
W. C. BERQIN. Proprietor.
ILUNOHES and DRINKS
The most popular
I place in tov;n.
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel St. near Fori
Jack Scully. Jack Roberts.
Tlie Encore Saloon
Try a drink at the new place and
have "MATT" HEFFERN serve yon.
COR. HOTEL and NUUANU.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
' done by th
with their new FRENCH
tf 7 Beretania St. Phone 1401,
Q --mjs .
FORT ST., below KING
ANTLERED ONES ARE;M1N0H CASES IN
Elks' Minstrel Show Is
The Elks' Minstrel show nt Hie Op
era House Inst nlght'drcvv a large nil
It was n good pcrformnnco from
Ktnrl tn finish ami, or a first nlglit
ever thing went with a suing that a
surprising In tuuatcurii.
Tlie opening scene wan lalil nt the
jSensldo Hotel, and was a very credit
nolo representation oi mai wen Known
., Tlie chorus grouping wok very cf
IcclUc. mid tho Kamclianieha tlloe
Club ncuultted thoinsclvos ndmlrnbl) J
In the part tinging.
Tlie overture "Light Cavnlry" was
well rendered by the lloniiliilii Concert
Orchestra, conducted hy Mr. Vlcrra
The opening chorus, In, six sections
was well oxocuted by the Knmeh.ime
lin. bos. Ono of the numbers, snug
without mimic, entitled "In Dear l!o
wall," appealed to tho audience, strong
ly. Mr. Ttavmond Hrown, n leuor, sang
"I Am YoiirM Trvily," with great op
pression, earning a wcll-dcservcd on
Tho Bong "Yiinkce Doodle's Come
to Town," by Win. Vorreowont.wllh
n swing tho chorus being cspeclall)
Ilio end men, nttlrcd on waiters, ot
lllu hotel, did sumo good Work. "Cabfo'
Mcllrldo was particularly happy In
Borne of hi quips. Ho wan well lucked
up by the Text of the cooiih.
Clarenco Wulorman's song, "Moon
beams," ban n pretty waits retrain
nnd was much onjojed.
Arthur Lands gnvo a comic pong
telling ot tho marital troubles of his
(Icorgo Warren, who possesses n
deep bans volcu sang with success
"Tho Song of the Tunikoj."
A female Impersonator, Chester
Hunt), told Till about Ills (or her)
skirmish in tho "Park After Dark with
Ah mi encore the troubles of the wo
man whoso husband wag "borrowed,
and not returned, were' told of.
L'tigcuo Allen sang a good comic en
titled ".My Kluil.ide HUH, ' and j,ot a
will deserved encore
Tho bent turn of tliy evening wax
tho next Item n aklt on "Merger's Ha
1". A. Douthltt sang tho song, nnd
wua supported by four excruciating
fiiimy bandsmen MessrH. llergstrom
l.nko, O'Neill nud Young,, taking tho
parts wIioko nntlcs and Jokes wore
thn hit of tho oonlng Douthltt and
lil'i batidcmcn wcro recalled several
Tho llrst part closed with a choriiF
bj tho full strength of tho company.
Tho second part opened with an oi
chcstral selection hi the Honolulu
It. K. llonlno then put on his 1o"n
moving pictures. Scenes'of tho Christ
mas treo given by tho mallhlnls, Bhrln
ors parade, mid also a flno Colombo
picture, were shown. r
Henry Clark, who haa a. volco con
slderably above tho average, sang with
great feeling and expression "Some
Da," and hud to respond to an en
Tho entertainment closod with n
Japaneso lovo song, buck and wing
dancing by somo twenty of Mra. Mnr
Tho chlldrcu were all dressed as
Japaneso women, nnd very tiualut nnd
pretty they looked. They danced and
liostiired In excellent st)lo, nnd
showed ovciy sign or caroful tuition
The children had to respond to an in
Tho whole show was a hugo success
mid tho liouso next Saturday oveulng
ihould bo as good It couil hardly bo
belter than last night.
which Imvo stood tho test 'of tlmo de
serve u place In the medlcliio rhest of
every family. Mothers nro today ad
ministering to their children tho rum
edits their grandmothers used.
I'ur thirty lours, Lydla n.tPlnkham'H
Vegetublo Compound, mado from roots
and herbs, has been curing tho women
ot this country from tho worst form of
fcnmlo Ills, and merit alone could have
stood such a test of tlmo and won such
nn envlnblo record
Tho noxt meeting of tho Iluckcve
Club will bo held at 7 30 o'clock Titus.
ilny evening, Kobruary 9, nt tho Castle
Homo, Manoa valley. Ilia Misses John
son, matrons. All members and Ohio
Dim nro earnestly reqiiestod to bo
$800 House and lot on Tudd nr.
Nuuanu, 02 x 42.
$500 House and Lot at Alewa, be-
low Judd St. 50 x 60.
J $1400 House and Lot at Fuunui nr.
if Car Line. 75x300.
y AND OTHER BARGAINS.
X . JU. XI;. kJUaiVll
THE POUCE COURT
Hlrotn tho nuns Japanese who wa-
arrested the night before last, on a
charge of being unlaw fully on th
premises of another NIpponeRe, wni
before the court thin morning He, be
Ing under IS )enrs of ago. was treated
ns a. Juvenile, anil nftcr listening to n
novure lecture from tho Judge, was
handed over to l W. Itlder of Kn
A ipinrtet of Japanese gnmblcrs
fnct'd tho music this morning at the
Police Court. They were each fined
$! and $1 costs.
Two snnll bn)8. named 1-otiln Mod
i'bwb and (ieorge Kaul, found sleei)
Ing out at night were romanded till to
morrow Neither of the urchins tins
been home for some four or five dn)s
"""ho lmls have been cnmplng. nil over
the Hiiburbs, and Iliinll) vvero located
nt Mnklkt l n mounted police oflleer.
David Kane was sent for a thirty
day visit to the reef, where ho will
louder on the iidvlsllntlt of seeking
.vjtrk when he returns to tho city,
RAIN AT PAHALA
AND SNOWY SLOPES
A wlrqlesn dispatch to C Ilrewar &
Co. reports that ono nnd a quarter
Inches of rain fell nt l'ahala, Hawaii,
eslcrday, nnd Maunnlon It covered
with snow. The drouth nt Pnlmla that
has been tho most sovero In ).us. Is
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take) Laxative Bromo Quinins
Tablets. All druggists refund
the money if it fails to cure.
E. W. Grove's signature is on
rAIUS 11BDICJNU CO. Si. Louii, U. B. A,
will be advanced to 35 cents per share on
March first. You can buy at the present
price of 25 cents only during the month
BUY IT NOW!
FERN DECLINES TO
His Honor Won't Cleanse
Ma)or Kern is between two fires
Klther he must exoeed his nutliorllv bj
mllo or two and encroach upon tho
preserves of the territorial orficl lis, or
he mutt be itngnllnti ami decline to
lomplv with the wUln-s of a In , On
the line side be facet ollUIr, iMtb, on
Ihe other feminine ,
.irs .viiua .t tie, oi uim'tuua lanii'
hub iiiioreseu a i" iiuku uueuiueiii iu
His Honor demanding that he use his
power "to Cause the cleansing got said
hereinafter ph tilled documents out of
Ihe books or book In the llureaii of
Convevnnces which nru kept in viola
tion of the statutes of this terrltorj
un record In the registry of convoj
Mrs (lertz mixes territorial nnd
count) Jurisdiction somewhat In be,
riicmotlal. and begs the .Mayor to ilo
the Hold Dust net under u provision
of the Municipal Act which stlpulnUs
that tho Major "shnll take speehl
care that the books nnd records of nil
departments, boards, unices nnd per
sons nro kept In legal nnd proper
Tin, tietltlnnnr rlnllnn thnt th,, r, ,
ords In diiestloii "nro on recoid 111 s.ild
Ilurenu of ConveinnccB coulrarv to the
statutes of this TerrItor and whlih,c" "f this cii v hit report im tioini,
show on their face cotmplruc.v. frnii'l i rornl. ! r,,m th,. , ,,i. n
Mid ncrliirv ,,'rl ''""- "" . '
, When the document was placed t,,
the Mnor's hands, His Honor went l.i
I In hurried consultation with Ids were
jtnry As the latter did not care to do
I the liiiiiso-cleniilng Job, and was nt ,i
loss to suggest n way for Ills Honor
HE STOCK of, the'MAYFLOWER QUARTZ
BUY MAYFLOWER STOCK!
1VL Ivan Dow,
FiscaXAgent Mayflower Mine,
51 '& 52 Alexander Young
SHAW,' Agent, Hilo,
Call, Write or Phone for a Prospeotus
BIO REDUCTIONS AT
to undnrtake tho tns.ck without run
t Ing nfoul of tho higher authorities,
Ihe matter wns passed up to tho Conn
j Attorney n olllce
Deputj Counlv Attorney Ilvertnn
disclaimed any desire to ilein r
onls no matter how much f
consplrac nnd porjurv thei
bo In connection with them He
under the Impression thnt th" clean
Ing business was up to ihr Janitor--department
At nny rate be vvnh
Ills hands of the affair
Tho petitioner will have '
where If she wants relief.
LAV CORNER STONE
OF ST. ANDREWS DLDO.
On Sttn''n in iiinniit loelofk tho
comer siotie of th, m w si ndrer u
building will bo 1 1, 1 l ! bluer Ile"t
, The service will I, cm nunc
, lllshop Itcktarirk and will rnn.-iit
IiMiiiih and pravrs and n brief ail
diets giving the chief points of hlstorv
of the Prior), A general Imitation is
extended to nil who wlch to attend the
Tho building now In coursp of con
miction has already reached the lino
of the window sill of the first story
It Is appropriate that the Sisters
tliould lay this stone as thov were
present when the pchnol was ipnned
In 1817 nnd for tb.rtv five vears car
lied on the work ivlthon Intermission.
DRUGOIST .POSTED ON ECZEMA.
I.cwMiia sufferers should ask their
timlly phvslclan or the Honolulu Dnsj
i,'"r"" ' ' i ' l' '
Kranclsco nmerln'en rn t ,
pair, vice Ilmderlck signed