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EVHN1NQ nULLCTW, HOXOLULP, TV II., WCDNESflAYtiiTTJNE '2, .1003,' ' J ti
Now In Progress
AN immense accumulation of Remnants
of ail Kinds. Among the Dress
Materials the lengths are sufficient
for Dresses, Skirts, Waists, etc.
The entire lot will be
Remnants Now on Display in our Show
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.,
Corner Fort mid Bcrctnnia.
TjftVftl TJtJ So"' k'ack or Waianac sand, coral
v j f or roek furnisne(j t0 fill up deprej.
J OUP Lot s'ons or DU'ld UP terraces.
Hotel Street, near Nuuanu (Old
Your machine will be ready for
you when we say it will be. We
don't experiment on autos; wo repair
Von Hamm- Young
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING.
GEO. S. WELLS, Mgr.
HOTEL ST. PHONE 101.
TOURING CAR, (1185.
SCHUMAN 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.
f 'i j j r
Half - Price
Opp. 1'irc Station.
P. M. POND
On display at
FRANKLIN 1009 MODEL
FRANKLIN "D" TOURING CAR.
The famous hill climber.
The car you hear so much about.
Large imported work horses for sale.
BENNY & CO., LTD.,
And Buyers Of
415 Queen St
185 editorial rooma 250 buil
nets office. These are the telephone
number of the Oullctln office.
Always on Top
in framing. Metal frames from i5c to 2.50
IN FISH MARKLTS
County Business Grows
And Supervisors Plan
To Meet It
(Spcclul to the nullct In)
Walluku, Mnul. Mn 28 The Mnul
County Hoard of SuperWsors has been
holdlUK ccial meeting!) sdnco Wed
tiORdnj to arrniiKe matters relating to
taking oer nf various Territorial Insti
tution, micli as road rind waterworks
It is generally known that Captain
William i: IJ.il. Kiiperllitendent of the
Wnllukii Knlinliil waterworks, Is the
man (.circled h the roiinty fathers for
tho position of 3ti-erlnlendent of
Honda and WntqiworkH Tor Wallukti
llstrlct. Krank Sommerfcld. tho pres
ent Iload Supervisor, will ho tho chief
Tho report of thu nnhnnrket commit;
teo for l.nhnlna and Wnllnku wan
idoptul, and aRrecments signed with
tha Various parties rcpicsentlnK the
i.nhnlnn and Wnllnku flshmnrkct coi
jKiratlons, Tho l.alifllua party renre
icntcil by A. N. Ilnyseldcn. signal un
iKrccinvnt with the Unniil of Supcrvls
irs to secure a lease of the old fish
market premises on l.nhnluii waterfront
from the Territory, and to sublet the
mine to tho Hoard of Supervisors for
I term of ten 5 ears at tho same an
mat rental. The corporation ncreet
'o ltit Dp an Iron building to cost not
noro than $8n00, the county Riiaran
celnK to pay lo Hie l.nhilii 1 prniiiot.
rs ten per cent of the total cost of the
iiilldlnR annually during the period
if ton ears.
.1. M Vlvns, trustee for tho Walluku
larket & Land Co., Ltd., sinned a
dnillnr am cement with William 1"
''oriic, chairman nf the lloaid of Sup
rvlsors, after securliiK n lot on Mar
tet street known as the "Old I'lanta
Ion office," ndJolnliiR tho butcher shop
if Hon. William T. Itohlnson, lo erect
in Iron building to cost not moro than
M500. The cost of the lot. nlinut a
junrlcr of an acre, would ho $3000. Tho
ounly Kiinrantecs to iay to the cor
Miration annually an amount equal to
en or cent of the total cost of the
julldhiR and tho quartcr-ncro lot, or
letweeu S!00 and $100 per jcar. So If
ho promoters in these enterprises nro
uiccessful, thoro will nrlve In both I.a
lalna and Walluku IiiiikisIiir struc
111 es of lion nml cement where fish
neat and eRctaliles will he sold, and
ho iinslRhtly scenes of today will ho a
IiIiir or tho past.
Sheriff Sarfery recommended John
lutein, who was endorsed hy hoth the
ireclnct nml count) exiculUo coin
nlttees, for the position of sheriff's
'leik, nml Mr (l.irela's appointment
lll begin from Juno 1.
Slnco tho I.eRlslaturo turned over
'ho collection of licenses lo llio Conn
y Treasurer, Treasurer U. M. Italdwlii
1nds that his puny little ofllco or nhoul
10x12 feet. Is not hlg enough for the
transaction of the license matters of
i ho county, so tho Hoard or Supervls
irs Is thinking of moving over to At
orney J. y. Coko's old ofllco. adjoin
ng the poKtoftlco on .Main street, so
is to glo lo tho Tieasurer the present
ommodlous quarters of tho County
Clerk. Tho County Is badly In need
)f a county building for tho use of Its
jwn offices, nnd tho day mny not he
very rnr distant when tho county fnth
th will see their waj clear to set aside
1 sinking fund for that liurp'ise Koine
nvon nro In favor or tho Hoard using
tho Town Hall for n Count v Hall un
til such time iih tho Hoard shall find
moro acceptable quarters or have a
building owned by tho County.
cannot bo sold hy any druggist In
Ameilca today oxcent iinilui iH'iinll
Of tho law This Ih what the Pino
food nnd Drugs Law has accomplished
for tho iKMiplo. Such Htaudaid prepar
ations, how over, as I.vdlii r. Pink.
Iinin's Wgctnblo Cntn'iioiiud, which foi
thirty years has stood tho test of tlmo
and compiles with all conditions of this
Inw, will coiitluuo to bo sold by every
ropiitiihlo druggist In tho land.
The Industrial Edition of the
Evening Bulletin, wrapped
ready for mailing, 50 cents at B u I -1
e t i n office
$400 4-r. house and lot, 60x100,
at Schnaek Tract. Nuuanu.
$500 4-r. house and lot. 45x00, at
Alewa, below Judd St,
$600 5-r. house and lot, 45xG0, on
extension Kuakini, nr. Punch
Bowl car line.
AND OTHER BARGAINS.
P. E. R. Straucti
74 S. King St.
The central olllce of the Weather
llttreau, Washington I) O , has ln-
buci1 the following notice
llcglnnlng with the month of
July, 1009, meteorological charts of
tho North Atlantic and North Pa
cific oceans monthly and the South
Atlantic ocean quarterly, will be
Usuod for distribution to co-ojicrnl-Ing
hlilpmnstcr.i and others Interest
I'd In otcan mctcorologv The Issue
will Include a senKui.il chart of the
South Tactile ocean September next.
The Hurcaii receives reports from
2,100 .observers 'on vessels of every
nationality, nnd from these reports
prepares dally Bynoptlo 1 harts Of the
meteorological datu. being thus en
abled to plot the meteorological con
ditions prcvnlllng over the oceans
from day to day for ibo purpose of
tracing storm trnks perccntngo of
fog, prevailing direction of, wind,
trade wind limits, presume nnd tem
perature. There will be no i.i.irgc for the
thnrlB. Sonic of them will ho mail
ed direct from the central offices to
observers and captains on vessels,
and others will be sent to Ameri
can consuls, and to branch weather
bureau stations named on tho list In
form 1201 Marine for distribu
tion to such observers and captains
as m.iv not receive a mpy from this
The chief of (lie weather 'bureau
would he pleased lo receive from
each captain or observer, on thq In
closed card, n permanent nddrcss,
preferably an address In the United
.States, to which the (harts should
be mailed each tnomli
The American representatives nt
the various ports tire requested to
linill) Inform the bureau as la thq
number of charts of entji ocean that
should bo sent them for distribution
lo vessels touching at their ports.
It Is the desire of tho chief of
the weather bureau to popularize
the charts and to 111,10 them of
hcncllt In a meteorological sense to
those using them. With that end In
view, any suggestion looking to their
Impiovcmciit will he appreciated.
'lly dliectlnn of the chief or the
HIINIIY I, IlKISKIXl,,
Chief of Division.
MAUI MEMORIAL BAY
(Special to tho Hiitlotln)
Walluku, Maul, May,28. Decoration
Day will bo well kept In WnHiikii this
vear. Judge 8 11. Kingsbury will de
liver a .Memorial nay auurcss at inc
Ivaliulul Union Church on Sunday
morning, nnd nt tho Wnllnku Union
rhurcli on Sunday evening Judge
Kingsbury, In onler to snllsfv iis
country people, will deliver the same
iddress at tho I'ala Union church next
Sunday morning Tho llnleakahi
I-nrtKC, Knights of Pythias, Hawaiian
Order, will also commemorate the da)
by imtrchlng, In n body, Sunday morn
lug to tho Walluku cemetery nnd dec
orate thu graves. Captain Chniles Wil
cox will I'ctlvcr the nddrcss, both at
(he cemeterj and nt the Kaahum.inu
,A NIQHT WITH
ir anj one Is desirous of hearing a
purely Hawaiian concert In a purc!
Hawaiian st)lc, attend tho musical at
the Hnwnllan Opera House. This be
ing u congressional wcuk.of tho I'.vjn
Siellcnl Association, several of Hit mem
bers known as choir-masters initf solo
Ists or exceptional capabilities, will
lako part. This being 11 benefit to tho
Kallhl-Moannlua church, keen' interest
Vvlll ho witnessed among tho p.irtlcl
p.ints. Sovcral from tho other Islands
will revel In songs of their mil ho Is
land homo, each vlng with thn oilier
for supremacy O110 number 011 tho
pioginui needs particular mention, "A
I'.irmer Son Am I " This will be sung
hy sixteen joiuig bojs, ami at the
sauni tlmo their gnnnonts pud farm
equipments will featuro prominently,
displaying thu natural llfo on a l.iim.
Cutting tho hay, loading thu wagon,
splitting logs, and other farming iu
ties will bo Illustrated most perfectly
In song, Hesldes thesu many other
numbers equally Interesting will' aji
pear 011 tho program. Tckj;ts at Hcig
sttoni's or at the door.
FOR CATHOLIC SISTERS.
(Special to tho H 11 1 1 o 1 1 11)
Walluku, Maul. May 28, The can
tata by (ho Catholic ladles' Aid So
clety, to ho held at tho K. of 1'. hall,
Aloha Lodge, tin Mill street, Saturday
evening, June S, Tor tho benefit of tho
Sisters of St Anthony's (Irl School
pmmlbes to be one nf tho'cveiits of tho
J. Howard and O Laiivistui who In
stead of viewing the l'nrndo, seem to
haul looked ill 011 tho How in.; bowl,
wero arrested and released nn hall
Tho) forfeited the amount, thh mom
Ing Instead of facing Judgo'Audradc.
Wll 1 HAVE PARADE
Big Doings Are Promised
There will (jo n (iicaile of Sundav
Schools S.itiir'dnv morning from Cen
tral Union church down to oM K11 ,
vvnlnhno chinch. Hev. Hcnr ! Judd
general secretary of the Hawaiian Sun
da) School Association, this morning
applied tit Mnor Kern for tho Ha
waiian Hand for the occasion. The re
quest was granted.
The parade will form on Itlcluirds
street on tlm Kwn side of Central
Union church, and will mardi down
Itlchards to King, nnd Waiklkl on King
to Kawalahao church.
On Sunday afternoon (ho nssocla
tlon will hold nn open nlr song servlco
In Thomas Square. A petition, asking
ror the use or the square for the occa
tun. was received by Major Pern this
morning Tho Mnor Immediately
granted the desired permission
rllLO MEMORIAL DAY
IIII.O, Mny 25.-Tho observance
of Memorial D.iy will take place on
next Sundny, an excellent program
having been planned br those In
charge of the arrangements. The
procession will form nt tho armor)
nt 2 o'clock In the nflcrnonn nnd
will proceed to tho llalll church In
the following order- Squad or po
lice, llllii Hand. National (luard Co.
I), illln Hoarding School llojs.
The exercises will begin nt the
Until church at 2:110 p. m, the pro
gram being as follows:
Mrs. Jarrett T. Lewis
Hev. W. II. relitou-Snillh
Hvinn. . ."Mv Country. "Tls or Tlice'
.Scripture Hev. II. De Sllvn
I'raper Hev. C. H. Shields
Declamation Mmoln'a Address
....., .,...lcrnard 1,1. Kclekollo
Song "We. Deck Their Craves
AIU.U Today" Double Quartet
Heading "Our Fallen llcrocV'..
Miss M. 1'. Hotter
Harllpno Solo 'Schubert's Sere
nade" ..., Juan Carvalho
Hecltntlon "Cover Th.cm Over
With Ilcnutlrul nowcrs"....
.."Hattlc Hymn of the Itcpubllc'
Oration I'. A. Richmond
Holl-Call of Our Dead
Captain W A. l'etter
Song "Soldiers' Kirewell" ..
Hcnedtctlon . . . . Hev S. I,. Deslui
After the services In the diunh
the procession will form again and
march to the cemetery, where graves
will he decorated and a salute tired
hy thu military.
DAMON PRIZE CONTEST
The Damon prlro rhetorical enn
test will take phiio this week Prl
ilay evening at 8 o'clock In Charles
It. Illshop hull, lly preliminary con
tests the number of contestants has
been narrowed down to eight The
program, which Is under tho direc
tion of Mis Cowan, Jiend of the de
paitiueiit of oinl expression, will
have n variety In the subjects chs
111 and will show tho excellent trnlu
tlon of Miss Cowan, lieud of tho dc
legn In this department. Tho award
will be made hy three Judges 'iiid
will bo announced on Commence
ment night. The public, us Is usual
In affairs nf this sijrt at tho college,
are Invited to ho piesent
Theio will bo a public moonlight
hand concert this evening at 7:-10, at
Aala I'ark, '
March Kl Capltan Sousa
Overture Unrest Storck
Hallad Hearts nnd l'lowers ..Toh.ii'ii
Selection Uohepiiau Olrl Halfe
Vocal- Hawaiian songs, .nr. by Uergur
Selection A Hlilia'way (ilil. .Mnneklpi)
Wallz Hemcmhfauco Waldteiifel
Klnalo An Mokij Heiget
Tho Stlir Spangled Hnlincr.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
Hie Kind You Have Always BougM
BULLETIN APS PAY
r Cherry Pectoral.
Sixty, vears ago physicians first
nsod Ayer'u Cherry Pectoral, nnd
ever sinco (hen it has been tho
standard courjh remedy nil over tho
world. Thousand of families, in
Europe, Asia, Africa, nnd America,
keep a bottle of it in tho house
ready for an emergency.
controls tho ppasmodic efforts of
coughing, relieves tho congestion in
the throat, quiets thu inflammation
in tho bronchial tubes, and prevents
the lungs from becoming involved.
There are many substitutes nnd
imitations, lio suro you fjet Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral. It contains no
narcotic or poison of any kind.
Put up in largo and small bottles.
rtr.J k Or, 1, C.Airl Co U..II. fan US.
Is as good as the next man's, ant)
there is no real reason why yoi
should not get its worth. We mak
lothcs to your individual measun
at ready-to-wear prices. Our suiti
for $23 are a suie satisfaction giver
Geo. A. Martin,
Old-st)ln straight Ken
tucky Hourbon. Conti
nental was tha favorite,
of the Southern gentry
nf "befoah tho war" po
rted. 'A good, honest,
friendly old whiskey ,'"
W. C. Peacock
& Co., Ltd.,
WAH CHONG CO.
DRY GOODS AND TAILORING.
Everj thing absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
WAVERLEY BlX - HOTEL ST.
O-'Tpr 9alc" cards at Bulletin,
' HL ''jb
Matt'ng is the ideal sani
taw floor covcrintr, and our
new pattern are very attrac
tive We h ivt the maitinrjs plain
or figured. ?nd have mattinc;
rugs, both twisted and plain.
Call while our stork is at its
Lewcrs Sc Coolce,
Saturday, June 5, 1909
ST ANDREWS CATHEDRAL
TR0.M 2 TO G P M.
Come One. Come All.
Boston Baked Beans.
Boston Brown B.cad
Leave orders a dav ahead.
13 loaves of bund tor $1.00.
120 Fort St Phone 197.
B L U D W I H E
he ONLY "vMe drink Manufac
tured by the j.tf
Arctic Soda Water Works . '
A refreshieg, cooling
ful and pleasant to
the palate. You will
enjoy a glass as it is
the real thing.
& Co., Ltd.
Hotel nnd Fort Streets.
WING CHONG CO
KINO ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc., Eto, All kinds of K0A ad
Nuuanu and Hotel St. on site of old
dISSION FURNITURE Made Tr
Wing Wo Tai & Co.'
9-11 NpUANU ST
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most ponular
place in town
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel St. near Fort
Jack Scully. Jnck Roberts,