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Beautify Your Home
With Good Pictures from
Office of the Ilnird of Health,
Honolulu. Hnnnll. Juno 10, 1309.
TKN'ORUS FOR IJECK CATTLE.
INFANTS' CniB BLANKETS Colors : Cream
Pink, Cream and Blue. From 90c to 05o each.
LINEN GLASS TOWELING 32 inches wide, reduced
from 20c a yd. to 8 yds for $1.
BLUE AND (WHITE TABLE
wide, from 40c to 25c a yd.
DAMASK 38 inches
COLORED TAFFETA SILKS In all colors, from
to 40c n yd.
ALL-WOOL CHALLIES 30 inches wide, from 75c to
50c a yd. , 'v
40c a yd.
-28 inches wide, from GOo to
25c to 0 yds for $1.00.
LACES Very wide, from
ENGLISH LONG CLOTH
$2.25 to $1.00 a piece.
-12 yds to the piece, from
TANCY DRESDEN RIBBONS In stripes and plaids,
from 05c to 45c n yd.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.,
Cor. Fort nnd Bcrctama Sts.
Opp. Fire Station.
FROM OAHU COLLEGE!
Class Exercises Take
Place On Steps Of
Tlio iiHSrnililnRo of llio class of 1900
at Onliu CoIIoko last tilclit was un
housed liy n niippnutlvo IioiIn of
IIioko Interested lii tlio education of
their ilillilii'ii, dairy l.uenx. niuxldcnt
of tlio cli'g, li.tl clurKo "f the pro
Knim, Vho oxorilse took place on the
tiit-l of llio tolk'Rp hull, tin itiidlonco
tiltllni! In rlinlrs, placed on Hip tur
i.ico In front.
Miimlo do l!rctlollp rent Hip class
lilsto.y, while JIarsiicrllo Ashfnrd'H
'.irfiphecy, presented In nil nrcnmp
llshed nianiipr, wns IIkIciilmI to with
Intpipsl by tlio audience.
At oiind tlio class tree, planted nnii
lla of 1'an.ilil Hall, Knlherod the iI.ish
where I'rcbldcnt Orlflltlis iiukIc iiii ulilc
llio music ruiderpil b tlio k!po
rluli, was in charge of .Miss Kokth
I.IkIiI ipfiPsliiiiciiH weip nerved after
tliu closlnp of tlio oxorclhPK
FLORAL PARADE POSTER
FOR 1910 1$ ADOPTED
I Inn MIsIh iK'sIkii for a 1'lor.il
P.miilo misui for PWl li.is Ik (ii in
icitP(l In llio Hawaii Piomollon Com
llillteo Tin- iIchIkII, exhibited at en
luiila's meeting of tlio Committee
UK I with Kenei.il appioMil and wis
.itloplul without opiiositlon
W II. Hookh iiiiulo mi incouraRlns
teport In loK.ud to llio pifiliihllll ot
I lie (oiniulttee's ucihliiK some assist
nice from llio Cits ami Comil III
slalnl 1 ti.it (In Miimii whs finorubb
to tin plan nnd Hi it lie txlleu'd lh.it
soiiii of the $111(1(10 h.ilaiKe iiiIkIH he
ujalh for piomotlon norlt
KINNEY IS EASY ON IIOHIt AND LADDER
LEADERS' DUPES MAY GET A CREW
Increase In Bonds
Of the Indicted
.Totnrlo Mlknwa nnd twelve others
were wore entordn Indicted by llio
tlinnd .liny foi riot, were arraigned
before .lildKO Do lldl this iiiornlnK A
striking slatemelit In these casts was
liiado b Depot) Alton e Gmeinl Kin
uuy, "lien the niattoi or fixing bond
"We are willing lint lli'cso men be'
allotted to bo on tin bonds ilre.ul
furnished. Wo do not conldcr llio
linn Mho hno done the actual rlotliiK
as tho'o who Incited the assaults nnd
Mr. Kinney afterwards said Hint It
was the work oi llio leaders with their
Inccndlnry literature, piiblleatlons, and
agitations that cause the acts of Hit
more Ignorant, nnd he did not hold
them to much to blame as the Instlgat
.Mlknwn nnd his frb nils cure given
their liberty, nnd Honda) morning set
In the .1MS of Mlniirlil dud eleeli
others Jotarl Mlknwu, Mltsiitu.igo and
two others, the former diaris against
them for rioting, assault and hitler)
and disturbance, were nolle piose
(piled, on a motion of AtloiiK) Prix
or In fori' Judge Vliltiu this morn
lug as the IndlPtnu nts now take the
plate of tho earl) charges.
Soil, black or Waianne sand, coral
or rock furnished to fill up depres
sions or build up terraces.
P. M. POND
SETTLERS TO CONTEST
LAND DEFT ORDER
Your machine will be ready for
you when we say it will be. We
don't experiment ou autos; we repair
Von Hamm- Young
ALEXANDER Y0UNQ BUILDING.
On Display at our Garage
1900 MODEL "G" RUNABOUT.
ST. ANDREW'S BUSY
A wick of luthlllcs Is nt hand for
he MirloiiK 'associations of the SI An
diew's Cathedral A uniting of the
local assembly of Die Ilrotherhood of
St Andiew'H will be held In the D.iWch
Mi iiioi III Hall this evening at 7 -1"
Dr llrintkerhirf will .iddicss the uncl
ing Tomoirow, tho Sunday school will
hold Us annual picnic at the pi iiliisula,
a special train leaving Ihe ill pot at
'l in Those missing the spulal will
be nble to take tho legiilar Main at
A meeting of the Mill's Club of tin
SI Andiew'H pailsh will be hold next
'Ihiirsdu) night and will be iiddnssid
!) Dr Thomas 111 con, n well known
ledum ou the Chuliianu.i (In lilt Dr
(irecli lUiiiilnod over from the Chl)o
Miiru, owing to Injuries leeched Ii)
Ills wife In an automobile ncildiut
. After the accident biing the ma
chine to us.
All lepairs except the engine.
W. W. WRIGHT & CO.,
Kins nnd South Sts,
TRANKLIN "D" TOURING CAR.
AGENTS FOR THE KISSEL KAR
Rcpaiiing by Expert Mechanics.
GEO. S. WELLS, Mgr.
HOTEL ST. PHONE 101.
TOURING CAR, $1185.
bCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.. LTD.
MERCHANT ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
Fibres for Weaving
hats, mats, fans and
'baskets. HAWAII &
SOUTH SEAS CURIO
CO., Young Building.
(Under the Electric
ISriLASlflh) Bishop St.
rr. c '.wjc
C. H. BEHN
Car No. 184 can now
be found at '
Good Roads Bonds Voted. K.inlu
Ml.irb.irii, Julie S - After si blltei i.im
palgn Ihlsdtv toda) votnl In fiwirof
Sill mi good loads bonds. Of this sum
(Wools for luipioveineut of the main
ailir) Ihrougli tho ell) and $f,omi for
the IliHitlm Point road at the eastern
enti.inie to the tit)
$15 Cottage with two bedrooms at
Puunui, close Llliha St. car.
Electric Light, cool and healthy.
Fine view. Large yard.
P. E. R. Strauch
Real Estate Agent.
Waity Bldg. 74 S. King St.
ftir Bale" carai ' nuiieiin.
Illlii--June IB The resldi ills of the
Makaoku trail III Walaki.i whom Land
Commlssloiiii Pratt mid ho would
have oideied to movo ott, Intpnil to put
up a light In the courls, n't least. T A
Mr.inga the plumber, who Is onu of
Iheiu, statin that It Is his Intention to
do eii, as well iih that of somu of the
others who are nffuteil b) tliu action
of tho liiid Dcp.irtmuit
"The onus who aro occup)lng land
in the tract aie I. Krlckson, (leorgo
Duiickcr, Autoue (iomez, Ailolph Cor
rea, Charles Aldiu, u number of Hit
wailaiih and injsoir." sa(il .Mr. Dranga
lo Ihe Tribune "And A. M. Cahrliiha
and Mr. McOItl have houses thereon
which the) have rented lo other par
lies Some of tho llawallaiiH have
nlnct) nine )cnr leases ou their lots
The rest of us souio ol whom have
hetii living there fin up lo ten )ears,
lonucil) paid lent to the l'uhllc
Works Dopartmi nt, but later, when
It was ditlded to open tho tract, wo
were told to stop pa) lug, and wo have
not paid i luce. The opening of the
land fell through, as nothing vvns done
b) tho governiiHUt, beyond gettlm;
some of the blush out.
"Now wo would be willing enough lo
bii) or pay lent, hut wo certain!) oh
jut to being bred nlf tho place for
no piirHiso nt all Wo will fight the
proposition of firing us off like this
through the couits, nnd I am willing
to contiibuto ui) hliiiro to pa) a good
law ) or lo take our cato for us, and
tho olhirs feel the same way"
Land Agiut (leorgo Williams stated
that tho lesldints of tho tract whom
he would older off nt present would
be Dranga, Ahlen Alohlkea and n Hit
w.illan oLciipvlug llio old I'eter Uiwls
house, iiR these were living ou land
which had been set nsldo for park pur
posiVs, and u Hawaiian, names lleulii
Namahoc, who had riccnlly squatted
on part of tho kerosene warehouse lot
The list of tho bind was under tin
Public Winks Department, and A'll
II. mm bad nothing to do with It,
Apparatus Now Idle In
That some financial ptovlslon should
be made lor the (ommlshlonlng of the
hook nnd laihlei truck belonging to
the fire ilemrtinent Is the general sen
tlincnt mining Insurance men nnd oth
ers IntiTCi.ted In lire protection The
truck Is now reposing In the lleretanln
street engine house, but owing to a
lark of men nnd liorsi s lias niui
been placed In commission
JThe truck was purcliai d In Han
Prnnclsco several )enrs ago b tin
Territory, nt a cost of wmiethlng like
f2700. There have never been tho
men or horses needed for It nvallab.e
however, und It has been left to grace I
Ihe englim house.
Two horses nnd nlno men would
handle the truck easily, allow Ink n
mat gin for a "liberty man," which
must nlwajs be counted on In mi) welt
equipped engine or truck compnii)
Without these' men nnd horses, the
truck is practically worthless
Tliotigh not of tho most modern pat
tern, tho truck nt the Hen nla street
house Is thoroughly elllclcnt, nnd
would. It Is claimed, meet nil demands
in this city The truck Is In excellent
(ondlilon, Chief Thurston Inning seen
to It Hint the equipment has been kept
up and tho apparatus not allowed to
decu) even though not In use
With something In excess of SlO.OUii
coming from the Torrltoiy to the
count) at tlio end of this month, the
suggestion Is made that the Supervls
ors might ver) well make sonic provl
slou for tho manning' of the liuiH nnd
A lire In un) of the older d i (own
buildings might prove a very serlon
affair, owing lo the Inablllt) of tie
llro-llglilers to reach the teat of the
trouble with efllclent streams of water
The commissioning of the truck would
greatly Increase the provision against
a disastrous conflagration. It Is felt.
The lire department Iiib come In for
ninth favorable comment, on the man
ner In which It handled the lire In
Allen ft. Iloblnson'H lumber 5 aril ou
Memorial da) Hut for Ihe prompt
tnd able work ot Chief Thurston's nu n
It Is eoiuedcd that a disastrous holo
c.ist might have resulted, and that the
losses would have been computed In
hundreds of thousands of dollars In
stead uf hundreds
The Honolulu fire department at
pieseiil owns live steamers, of which
four lire kept In lonimlssiou all ot the
time. Two are In the llcretaiiia street
house, one Is at 1'alamu and the other
III Mnklkl Th department has the
advantage of ample taps and a sulll
dent water supply In the business ills
tnrts nut inarm unxes arc uadl) need
ed, claim thoso In n ixisltlon to know
Taking Lydia E. Pinkham's
Columbus, Ohio "I havo taken
LvilM K. I'lnkli.un's Vigetnblo Com
(.limine of life. Jl)
doctor told mo It
wan good mid since
.tking It I feel so
much bitter that I
can do nil my work
itnln 1 111111K
I vdla i:. l'ltikham's
i go tit bio Com-
pound a line reine-ciy
for n 1 1 woman's
troubles, and I
Inever forget to tell
mv friends what It has in ne tor me
Mrs K II os, .104 Last Long bt.,
Columbia ( 11
Another Wiiiiiiin Helped,
arniiitevllle. Vt -"I w.ti passim;
throtlKlitlioChangeof l.lfeaud suffered
from nervousness ntul other tiinovlng
symptoms. .)(ll.i K. PinUianYs ege
tnlile Compound restored in) lioaltlimul
strength. and proved worth mountains
or gold to me. I or tun snse 01 miiei
suffering women 1 am willing oit
should publish my letter" Mm.
CilAttt.r.s JlAlitLAV, It P.D., Ormilte
Women w ho nre pissing through this
critical jierlod or wlio nre suffering
from any of those distressing Ills pe
culiar to their set should not lose sight
of the fact tli.it for thlrt) jears I.jdla
i: I'lnkliam's Vegetable ComMiuml,
which Is mide from roots nnd herbs,
Ins been the standard remed) for
fennlellls. In utmost every commit
nlty im will llnd women who have
been restored to health by l.)ilia L
l'iuUi.un's Vegetnblo Colupouud.
Sealed tenders In duplicate, en
liiorsnl "TKNOUUS POIl HEEF CAT
iTI.K" will lie recelvod nt tho offlco
I of the Hoard of Health, until 12
in lock noon Tuesday, Juno 22e1,
ltios for suppl)lng the Leper Bet
tHinrni MoloKni with beef cattle
1 li r the period of six months from
I lot) 1M 1909 to Dccemhcr 31s(,
I rioi under the following condl
1 1 The bidder mut offer to fur
nish beef ca'tle to weigh not lesl
than 3"n pounds net when dressed,
In lots averaging about CO head per
month, more or less, as tna be speci
fied by the Superintendent of the
1 eper Settlement nnd to accept the
dressed weights ascertained nt the
Settlement bv enld Superintendent.
2 The bidder must specify
w bethel he proposes to deliver the
rattle (II nt the Settlement, or (2)
f o b steamer or 13 at a landing
-pccMed b) the bidder Any bld
ler miv offer deliver. In any or all
of the foicgoliu methoiid
.1 llldrs. tallow trtnl ofT.M to be
1 he property of the Hoard of Health.
i Knch bid must be for the prlca
per pound dressed weight, with r. j
alternative offer of the price per
f, The successful bidder must
agreo that all cattle nre offered for
deliver) subject to the right of tho
Superintendent of the Leper Settle
ment to rejeet an) or nil unlit for
use, In which event other cnttlo
must be forthwith furnished to
uialie up the required number, nnd
those rejeited forthwith removed nt
tho expense of the bidder.
All bids must be submitted In ac
cordance with nnd be subject to the
provisions and requirements ot Act
r Session Laws 1909
l'or further information apply nt
the olllce of the Hoard of Health.
Till: 1IOAHD Or'
tiii: iioAiti) of hi:alth.
i: A MOTT-SMITH.
1331-10 11) Its President,
Pau Ka Hana
Olllce of tho Hoard ot Health,
Honolulu, Hawaii, June 10, 1909.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250,
liilleMn Editorial Room Phono lfW
THE ENEMY TO DIBT.
At Yonr Grocer's.
ti:ndi:hs toii spppliks insane
King Street, Ewa of Fiiomarket
DRY O00DS AND FURNISHIHu
GOODS of EVERY DE-
Let us connect the different de
partments of your store or office by
a private telephone.
Union Electric Co.,
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
rhe Kind You Have Always BougM
DOWNINH III this ell), Juno 17, PJO'i
In Mr. and Mrs, II. V, Downing, a
MiCM.I, At lluknlati, Hawaii, June
8, 19(19. lo the wire of Wm V Me
Cull, a daughter.
SYI.Vi:STKH-.luno IK 1909, lo .Mr
and Mis K, T H)lvester, a daughter
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD,
Sealnl tinders, In duplicate, en
loosed ' TENDBIIS lXJIt INSANE
-SYI.t'.M, ' for fu nhhlng the In
inc As)lum llono'ulu City and
"ountv of Honolulu, with supplies
'or the period of six months from
Inly 1, 1909, to December 31, 1909,
will be received ut the office of the,
Hoard of Health until 12 o'clock,
toon, Tucsda), Juno 22d. 1909.
Speclllcntlons nnd n list of tho
I Ind of supplies required, nnd other
information, may be had upon appll
tutlon nt the oir.ee of the Hoard of
All bids must be made on forms
furnished by tho Hoard of Henlth
mid must be submitted In accordance
with, nnd bo subject to, the provis
ions and requirements of Act 62, Ses
sion Lnw-s 1909
Tin: lioAitD or health,
E A MOTT-SMITH.
433l-10t Ily Its President,
CEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Suits for $25,
185 editorial rooms 250 bust,
ness office. These are the telephone
number of the Bulletin office.
Received ex Alameda a New Ship
ment of Latest Styles in
1028 NUUANU ST.
Illunk hooks of nil norU, ledccrs,
rto, mnnufnetured by tho Hullotlp
Large imported work horses for sale.
TEL. 100. I
jgp"For F'ent" cnrris on sale at
the Bulletin office. I
SINGING THE PRAISES
Of our Shoe Repairing Department. Here is the first
"When shoes wear out, they're mended new.
When men wear out, they're men dead, too."
We have the only proper Mioc repairing; facilities in Hawaii, We repair shoes fust the
way they're made at the factories.
IIcn'3 half soles nnd h-cls, $1.25, Women's. $1.00.
Mr and Mrs. Hashimoto,
178 BERETANIA AVE,, near EMMA
Bath and Electrical Treatment.
THE EXCELLENCE OF THE
CUISINE AND APPOINTMENTS AT
BRING PLEASURE TO THE
GUESTS. ST. CLAIR BIDQ00D,
hence, but the recol
lection of his pleas
ant smile should re
mind you of the
many good things
left behind. We
have them, and the
best Soda Water in
the city. It leads
Make a musical instrument out of
your piano by attaching to it a
King and Bethel Sta.
BERGSTR0M MUSIC CO.,
GOOD MEALS FOR 25 CENTS.
NEW AND EXPERIENED COOK.
Everything in Season.
Hotel Street, near Fort.
Wc wnnt to see nil our old cus
tomers come back.
& Co., Ltd.
Hotel and Fort Streets.
In all styles, also made up of your
combings. Note window display.
Fort and Berctania Sts,
. Harrison Block, rf