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EVENING nUU.ETIN, HONOLULU, T. H TUUSDaY, MAY
ml' V .
N order to mako rcJom
decided to elenr out
or values. The ono
best bargains cvor offered In Wush Goods,
I'lllNTi:!) HATISTH 1G 2-3 ct. (limllty at 8 and 10c yd.;
ir ct. iiuallty, Sc d.
PIUNTKD DIMITY 12 J4 ct. quality, 7c yd.; 9 1-3 ct.
quality, fie d.
l'lGUUni) DOTTED SWISS 12 2-3 ct. quality, 10c yd.
KMIIUOIDEKUD nATISTD 35 ct. quality, 20c d.
SOIE DU MONDE 30 ct. quality, 20c d.
1MIINTED ClIirrON MUM 40 ct. quality, 215c yd.
STIIII'ED AND FIGURED VOILES 25 ct. quality, lfic
)d. v ,
SOLID COLOR DRESS VOILES 25 ct. quality, 1214c jd.
SOLID COLOR KTA NINES 20 ct. quality, 1214c jd.
1'RINTED SWISS AND ORGANDIES 20 it. quality,
Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
Fort and Beretania Streets
hones and cattle than California
wheat hay. PHONE 890.
Call and Sec the New 30-H.P.
THE 7.PASSENQEB, 40-H.P.
and 40-H. P. CHALMERS.
DETHOIT TOURINQ CAR.
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, Ltd
Just imported, some Fresh Family
Milch Cows and a Fine Lot
BENNY & CO., LTD.,
And Buyers Of
415 Queen St
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phon 185.
for now Spring Goods, wo linvo
certain linen, regnrdlcsa of cost
object In view Is the quickest
Como and tee the biggest nud
The finest Hawaiian Alfalfa, well
cured and baled. It is better for
P, M. POND
ABSOLUTELY HACK RATES.
Wilson and Murphy. .. .Proprietors
Hotel Street near Nuuanu (Old
Phone, temporary, 468.
Your machine will be ready for
you when w say it will be. We
don't experiment on autos; we repair
Von Hamm- Young
ALEXANDER YOUNO BUILDING.
OEO. S. WEIXS, Mgr.
HOTEL ST. PHONE 191.
TOURING CAR, $1185.
SOHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD
MERCHANT ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
Received ex Alameda a New Ship
ment of Latest Styles in
1028 NUUANU ST.
TAPAS, BASKETS, MATS.
Hotel near Fort.
THAT INKWELL GONE
And Did a Solon From
The Sunny South
One uttnclio of tho Into LcKlslntitro
Is lamenting the fact that lie took a
solun into his tonlldcnce. Ho Is
"sli" one linnilsoino cut-glass Ink
well, spoils fiom tlia Legislative wur
Taking bis cuo fiom the InwmnU-
ers, wlio wcro rartlng away such
souvenirs ns they could lay the1''
hands on, the nttnchc connected with
tho .Inkwell and bor It invny In til
umpli. It was a work of art, and
with great pride he exhibited It to
his" friends who called on hlni. For
safe-keeping ho deposited It In his
lint ono of the persons to winm
tho Inkwell was shown Is n Legisla
tor rrom an niit-nf-totwi district. Ho
nlso looked upon tho Inkwell with
eyes of longlngi nnd the not day
tho Inkwell had disappeared.
.vow tho nttnchc Is wondering If
tli Innocent-ejcil solon from the ':
of peace had an) thing to do with ihc
dl3&,ipcarance of hlb treasure,
PAY WARRANTS WILL
BE READY TOMORROW
Though the Hoard of Supervisors
will not touch the pay demands: for
thu Inst fifteen clays. H! April until
tonlRht's meeting, the! warrants will
probably ho ready to Issue tomorrow,
unless tome new plllkla should de
velop. Determined Hint tho workmen
shall have their pny nt the earliest
possible time. Auditor llliilincll lias
been nt worlc for the p.isl f(Jw"llas
transferring names and sums, nti tliuy1
nppcnr op the demands that will go
Jjefprp( the DoaruV-tp- tljo- blue bIIjis
wh'fch can be' cxcTinnRed fori 'money
nt tho Trcnsuror's office. . '
SInco tho new warrant system was1
adopted, the Auditor's offlce bnB"h,al
Its hands full Retting out ply slips
on time, nnd this tlmo HIcltiiMT do-
tcrmlnel to Ret nB mil eh v
posslblo done ahead of tlm,rt
Kdltor Evening Ilullctln Dear
Sir: Kindly permit us, through tho
columns of your vnluablo paper, to
publicly express our sincere thanks
to Mr Mniston Campbell, Superin
tendent of Public Works, for hU
kind Interest and most careful atten
tion to tho nccdB of tho water front
of this poit. The completion of his
latest piece of ingenuity, being that
of screening nil gorcriimont electric
lights bordering on the wnter front
Is receiving most fnvnrnlilo com
mcndutlon from the seafaring frn
lernlty and for which they arc truly
Heretofore the glare from theso
lights has been very detrimental to
tho safety of handling vcssola enter
ing port nnd ducMng nt night, nnd
slneo tho change has made biich a
marked improvement, wo take this
means of expressing our appreciation
of tho many Improvements during
Mr. Campbell's incumbency.
Thanking you for affording us nn
opportunity of doing so, wo remain,
Very truly yourB,
HONOLULU IIARI10R NO. fil.
FRANK C, I'OOlt,
Honolulu, May 3 1909.
JAPANESE INJURED BY
Unigklil Ogawa, a Jupaucso, was
very severely hurt by being run oer
by a hack nt the corner of Hotel nud
Smith streets this morning at about
9 o'clock, It appears that tho Jap
ancso was riding down Smith street
at a ery rapid pace, and swinging
Into Hotel street could not stop In
tlmo mid collided with n hack driven
P. E. RStrauch
$1350 House and Lot on extension
of Kukui St. at Kapalama, in rear
of St. Elizabeth Home. Lot 50s
130. House 0 rooms.
For particulars apply
WAITY BLD0, 74 S, KINO ST.
by Henry Ah lion, a Chrneso. Tl-e.
Jnpnncfo was thinun from his iilry '
clc, and his face was struck by tin
shaft of tho hurl, HI teeth and j
inoutb were rut a mod doll, and thp
man was icmlnnl unconscious ml
Tho IfncEfiinu nt (inco"ldcI.ed the
Injuicd nnJMi'i and nmvojed him I
the Jnp.tncso bo nli.il whcio ho w i
Heated fdr'hls Inliirlc-ciJ Thdp"llc
weic qufckly on Hie mciic of the !
rldent; hhil tiiin linrlng the facts of
t tic case at time saw that It wiih not
tho huckinfth's rmili Tho Injured
man had only himself to Malm-, ns
he wns Riilnft at h rapid rate when
ho struck tho lint l.
DR. tf . L. MOORE FOR
BOARD OF HEALTH
Not Ye,t 'Appointed But
Probably Wijl Be
Dr. V., I. MHie is ihp phslclan
who will prob.ibl bo appointed by
(lii.i'tiiiirrrenr to nil iho Micnncy on
the Hoard of IJcallli No appoint moil tv
however, will be made until thu Gov
crnor returns to Honolulu, nnd even
those at thu Capital npear to bo In
thu dark ns to win n lids will bo. He
ma) coniu dlieeth luck from .Maul, hut
It Is mora probable ihit he nltl go on
to Hawaii with the I'nlrbanks parly
nnd return to tin. cllj Saturday.
Dr. Monro is familiar with tho work
of tho Hoard of Health, Inning at ono
tlmo hcc,u anciiilier of that body.
1'iesldcnt .Mott-Snilili has not jet
niado any, announcement of ills plans
in connection with tlio Hoard
Health work, llo Is putting In tho
umio in prcseiu lanuiiariziOK inuixoirf)cli Sherlft papers
Willi the otncci-H and employ wp of tllc
icparinifnin'iiie. rt necilnfc.if.n6
&ftorHcJ.n.l!b'ion Mr. Mt,,Bniiih win
lWI')W,cn.iiiiii-i wlth.yiu nlombVrs,
1.1 .o . ' '
mflPlflartiI.vlllc " n'lrtu.Wniuno for
HiftKu"eann'cri rind -vltWlv!1! Ltltl r.
'pending. Tfi Bpabloui' wnrehousv
uru living nnisiieu maKing nvo Iargjj
buildings in ulf'bponglng"to the pack,
lug company Ttid planted Area Is iilsoilcavor to linvo this action set aside
continually Inrrrnslng. Mlitit News
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HENRY'S OFFICE MAY
BE CLOSED JULY I
High Shsriff Thinks
Legislature's Act " .
If High Sheriff IIenr carrl.' out
ins present intentions, the iiittcc in
l Ik C.ipltol building will be closed up
on Inly I, nnd to all Intents nnd pur
poms there will be no High Shciift
urn i tlinl date. This is on nrcoimi
of the fact that the Legislature ml
out the Deputy High Sheriff by mak
ing no iippiopilnllou for his saint)
I can't run this olllec without u
deputy," said High llenr) tills moru
la tr " shall ho iriliKi-.lt to close It
up and be simply warden of the peni
Hut thuto Is n possibility that an at
tempt may be mtiilo to upset the net
of the Legislature In Hitting out tho
deputy and ilc'rk. Tho High Sheriff
holds lluit tbp Organic Act requires
that there I pi u deputy. Section 79
of Chafer of the Organic Act says.
"That there shull bo n High Sheriff
and 'ihipiil les. who shall hnro the pou
crs pnd kittles of tho mnrshnl and
dcputUs of the Itcpublle of Hawaii,
except as charged by this Act, and
subject to modification by the Legis
High Sheriff Henry tnkes this net ,
ns ii.enulng that, while the Leglsl.i-
turo may modlfj thu powers nnd ilu-
ues in iiio-iiigii nueriii aim ins nepu-
ties. It has not authority to eliminate
liny of tho olllccs. He will take mi
nl'tlou himself, unless foiced to do
mi by home action brought ngillust
him nnd he rather expects kiiiio
"'"fiiltch iictlon to be brought. If some
Attorney or other person sehds the
to senb," the
High Sheriff cannot serve thcm'fnV
nceounl of hnvlug no deputy tojilti
tho wiirk or to leave In charge of the
otneo whllo ho himself Is absent.
There Is n possibility, therefore, In
.tho.evenj orh,g"1iot pchfoiWInnTiliVii
uuiy ni n quo warrancci ntiion neing
brought ngnlnBl him to force him tn
do sp. In that case the High Sheriff
will himself attack the constitution
ality of tho act of the Legislature In
(jutting out his deputy, and will en-
tli This Is not tho only act of the Leg.
W. ivcft U i ',;( iy.Pi lyivij H'.ttUM iA tcni
I itme thrt Is liable to be ettniked
i 111 r.iiunils of ttiirmiilltutlonal
It Tli annlgamnllon of Hie cifMns
nf ?nM il'ilriKienl nf Public Wodks
I nnd Vi i ml iloner nnd Sunejor has
nli end l en n'vcrely irltlclied n
being at .iilini'p with tho Organic
Act,, will li prmllci lhat.tliere shall
bo n Pupi'ilntmilrnt of I'ulille
WorkK, i ('nmiiils'doiior of I'ulille
l.niiili' ned a Suiipnr There Is n
poFllillll) nf mi a-Hon being brought
to nullify this roniblnnllou of olllies.
f () (j() JHJ(iJo
Ml ME 10 li"
A'liong 1'ic well-aeled plis that
hne liriMi gle-i h the P. Ik fords ,it
thu Oipheniit. the fnice tonieih, "All
Due to Diana," given nisi owning,
took the rake. The tonicity Is In
three nits that slmplv keep )oil
laughing nnd guessing how the tan
Rle Is going to bo utiruveled. The
illfTctcnt iuiitrluionl.il gileMiiues
were well calculated to make the
most sednlo upload n smile. In fact
thu play toiild lie described nx laugh,
n sLienm and n holler, so fast duet
one complication follow another.
Want n good laugh? (In to tho Or
plienin tonight. The company were
on their mettle nnd n llrst-clnss en
tertainment wns the lesult. It.iy
I Collins was heard In a ca(chy Illus
trated wing .entitled "M Yankee
Sailor Hoy," and the pictures of Ad
miral i:ans and Ihc American I'lag
were loudly applauded. The Osborn
f'tillflrim ftitn Mm linkt nliitrtnltv lllllt
., ,,... .,,, n,i K....Min. The
,,, ,,, U)kUL Tll0 .nnnagement
Bntc mt (.,)nimpm.11K n(,xt Slllllr.
,...,. ,...,.. .....tlnees will bn slten.
tinmelj, rhllilrcu under ten admitted
to reserved seats for ten cents nnd
adults twentj-lho cents. The first
bargain matinee will consist of tho
fairy tale "Cinderella."
' The iu will bo 'a regimental drill of
the First Inrantry of the National
(lunrd this ecnlug, beginning nt
7.II0. Tho men of the regiment .will
Ifelven A Tew hours' schooling in
extended order nnd tho control of Hie
streets nnd company movement.) of
n thoroughly prnctlc.il nature.
Captain Sanders, tho pilot, who re
turned in tint Alameda, Is again nt his
post at the pilot house He states
Unit ho Is ready for business,
MALARIA AND Y
, WEAK HEART
The following interesting story
told by Mr. J. II. Riley, Pensioned
1 ircnian of South Uoston, Mass., is;
a aniilc of the thousands rccihcd
from grateful men and women who
liau- bciu benefited by the World's
In an interview, Mr. Riley said:r
"I joined the l"irc Department of'
South I liistui! in lS'XJ and was
lately pensioned off bccati'C of a
bad fall while tn-service, which tc!c i
scoped im spine.
I "A little over i ear ago I w.n ,
taken sick uiuic in the tiiginc liouo,
and it developed into heart trouble
nnd uialarin. I went to a number
of doctors nnd two diiicrctit hos
pitals nnd went through a course of
treatment from each, but I did not
receive much benefit from any of
them. The doctors would not let
me go in swimming, nor smoke, nor
drink anything but water. i
stopped both tea and coffee. My
case was getting very serious when
a friend said to me: Why done
you gdt a bottle of Duffy s Malt
Whiskey? I know a man wiio was
given up for all time, and he took
Duffy's Malt Whiskey and to-tlayi
he. is a$ well apian as'vou can find
So 1 commenced taking DulTv''
Pure Malt Whiskey and the result
is that the doctors now say that D
am all right, nnd I never felt better
in inv life. Of course, I am very,
little good as far as heavy work ii
concerned, owing to my injury, but
I am well, and that is a good thing
to be able to say. I thank you for
the remedy that' put me on my feet
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey i
an absolutely pure distillation of
malted grain ; great care bting used
to have every kernel thoroughly,
malted, thus destroying the genu
and producing a predigested liquid
food in the form of a malt essence,
which is the most effective tonic
stimulant and invigorator known to
science; softened by warmth and
moisture, its palatability and free
dom from injurious substances ren
der it so that it can be retained by;
the most sensitive stomach.
(Dosn) : One tcaspoonful in
each glass of drinking water dur-. ''
ing the hot weather will kill alt '
germs. ' ''
If weak and run down, take a tea-
spoonful four-times a day in half u jf
glass of milk or water. It stimulates
the heart action, causes the blood to
:oursc more quickly through the
veins, and builds new tissue.
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey is
sold throughout the world by,
druggists, grocers and dealers, or,
ff in need of ndvico, vvrilo Con
sulting l'liytucinn, Unify Mult
Whiskey Company, Kocliester,
Xcw York, lT. S, A., hinting your
cn!o fully. Our doctors will semi
you mlvieo frcoi together with a,
linudsoiiio illustriiti'd, medical
iMioklct coiiluiniiig eoino of tho
iniiiiy tliousnnds of gratifying let
tors received from nicii apd worn
en in nil wnlks of life, liotli old(
Mini young, who linvo lieen cured
mid IxMielited by tlm uo of tho
World's grcntest medicine.
BAKED PORK AND BEANS -
BOSTON BROWN BREAD
Every Saturday t
Leave Orders A Day in Advance-
1120 Fort St. Phone 107.
The best assortment ever
shown in the city. STYLES
and PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
Leave your order for a box
of Lehnhardt's Candy, Fresh
Corner King and Fort Streets.
iU CURE YOURSELF!
CURES H l nil u fer uinumrU
iiriuu.Di or ulrrilo&
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Bulletin Business. oilkcJ?libne 25G.
Bulletin Editorial R"ora Plioue 185.
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