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...,,, ,;.'' ! "' KVKN,IN(J,,HUU.ETIN', HONOLULU, 1. II., WKDMHIIAY, OCT. J, 1909 .
This Fact that in addressing Mrs. I'inkham you arc con
fiding your private ills to a woman a woman whose ex
perience with women's diseases covers twenty-five years. .
The procnt Mrs. I'inkham, daughter-in-law of Lydia E.
I'inkham, was for years under her direction, and has ever
since her decease continued to advise women.
Many women suffer in silence and drift along from bad
to worse, knowing well that they ought to have immediate
assistance, but a natural modesty causes them to shrink
from exposing themselves to the questions and probable
examinations of even their family physician. Such ques
tioning and examination is unnecessary. Without cost
you can consult a woman whose knowledge from actual
experience is great.
MRS. PINKHAM'S STANDING INVITATION:
Women sufferingfrom any form of female weakness aiein
vited to promptly communicate with Mrs. I'inkham at Lynn,
Mass. All letters are received, opened, read and answered by
women. A woman can freely talk of her private illness
, to a woman; thus has been established this confidence
between Mrs. I'inkham and the women of America which
has never been broken. Never has she published a testi
monial or used a letter without the written consent of the
writer, and never has the company allowed these confi
dential letters to get out of their possession, as the hun
dreds of thousands of them in their files will attest.
Out of the vast volume of experience which Mrs. Pink
ham has to draw from, it is more than possible that she
has gained the very knowledge needed in your case.
She aiks nothing in return except your good will, and her
advice has helped thousands. Surely any woman, rich or
poor, should be glad to take advantage of this generous
offer of assistance. Address Mrs. I'inkham, care of Lydia
E. I'inkham Medicine Co., Lynn, Mass.
HOTEL STREET, NEAR BETHEL.
Open Every Afternoon
AFTERNOON SESSION, 3 TO 5
EVENING SESSION. 7:30 TO 10 .JO
Miss Epima Wiener
Champion Lady Skater of the World,
ADMISSION 16c; Skates, ISc
S-( WILL BE. A SURPIUSE TO YOU.
ADMISSION AS USUAL.
v WAVERLY DANCE HALL.
', . Cor. Hotel and Bethel Sts.
-f'Open every evening except Sunday
at 7 o'clock.
, Admission 10c. ladies Free.
Music by Kawaihau Glee Club.
For the Benefit of the
Will Be Given at the
SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 9
at 8 p. m.
Admission $1.00, 75c, 50c
Tickets may be had at Bergstrom
Hawaiian Opera House
J. C. Cohen Presents
Master of Magic
And the World's Greatest
AND AN ABLE COMPANY.
MONDAY EVENING, OCT. 11.
FIVE NIGHTS ONLY.
Prices 25c to $1.00
Reserved Seats at Bergstrom Mu
SUNDAY, OCT. 10.
1 :30 P. M.
J. A. C. vs. C. A. C
U. S. M. C. vs. KALIHI
First Game of Second Scries.
Scats 10c, 15c, 25c
Life Buoy Showing Marked Evidence
of Rough Buffeting Found Off
Luzon's Stormy Coast.
Tim fate of llio small b.ufc Cralglsl.i
was cleared up by the lecovery of a
well-worn nml dlsnguiod life Imoy
bearing the 11 rut portion of tliu namu
i)t that easel, , '
The growsonio toll of the Boa wnt
picked up liy tliu officers of tlip Unllo.l
States itrmy transport Iluford while
that vessel was proceeding from Boat
tie to Manila on her last voyago to tliu
Philippines. Ab the iinny boat wiib
r.eatlng the coast of Northern Luzon,
hIio r.imo within Bight of tliu bit of
wreckage. Tliu steamer was halted on
her course, Ono of the small boats
was lowered, and proceeding to tho
floating Jetsam tlio buoy was taken
The word "Crnlglsla" appeared more
or. less distinct. The llufonl also re
ports ns having passed other sninll
pieces of wreckage the same sndy.
The Crnlglslu was a small vessel, at
one time she being owned by Norweg
ians. She hail been n trader In Far
Kustcrn waters for jears.
On May Hist she encountered a se
vere slnim which developed Into all
the fury of a typhoon and she went
ashore on the treacherous shoals of
I'lciy CroBs Hoofs.
All attempts by the master nnd his
men to refloat the vessel proved un
availing. -After several days spent In
a fruitless attempt to make tho bar
est temporary repairs, tho men bc-
lorglllg to the Crnlglsla decided to
take to the one remaining ship's boat
and with the scantiest provisions and
limited supply of water made for tho
open sen. Their story or sitnerwg aim
privation after four days of weather-
Ins strong gales and tempestuous seas
Is now ndded to the long list of sad
tales or the" seas. The small boat with
all on board was picked up by a Urlt-
Itli freighter whllo proceeding to
Hongkong. The olllccrs and men of
the Cralglsla wcio left at tho Chjna
coast port and from there the first
news concerning the fato of tho Craig
Isa was sent aboard.
The buoy Is still In possession of tho
BIG NAVY CONTRACT
Building of Two American Dread
nought Type of Battleships
Brings an Era of Prosperity to
Many in Philadelphia.
Philadelphia . With tho formal
awatd for tho construction of two bat
tlcshlpa of tho Urcadnnught typo to
two local shipbuilding Arms mailo at
Washington, It Is estimated that moro
than 1000 expert machinists nnd me
chanics will find employment for moro
than two yearn, and that millions of
dollars will bo expended by tho two
firms In tho payment of tho workmen.
In tho construction of tho vessels,
which nro to bo tho largest In the navy
by thousands of tons nnd of greater
displacement than those of tho dread
naught typo of tbo Ilrltlzh navy by
more than G000 tons, many more per
sons will bo employed nt tho Mldvalo
Steel Works In this city, where ono
third of tho armor for tho vessels will
bo made. ,
Tho keel of one battleship, which
will probably bo known ns tho Wyom
ing, and which will linvc, with Its'Bls
torshlp, the heaviest armament of any
vessel in tho navy of this country, will
likely be, laid at tho yard of tho Wil
liam Cramp & Bans Ship nnd Engine
tlulldlns Company In less than threo
months, whllo tho keel of the other
vessel, to bo ksnwn ns tho Arkansas,
will bo laid at tho ynrd "f th
York Shipbuilding' Company at Cam
den by tho first of tho year.
In all, about X8.000.000 In wages will
bo left In and ehout this elf)' for tho
Ijiiltdlnc of the two battleships.
With tho construction of tbo now
battleship nt the yard of I he Cramp
Company and of tlio building of flvo
torpedo boats, tlio batleshlp South Car
olina and the collier Cyclop?, and sov
eralother vessels and repot to others.
morn tlmn 4,r.nn men will bo employed
whllo nt tho plant of tho Now York
Shipbuilding Company the lnttleshlp
Utah of 22,000 tons, displacement. Is
on tho way. besides three torpedo
boat destroyers, two colliers, un oil
bargo and-a car float: 30'jo men nro
employed with n monthly payroll of
LIEUT. MOSES GETS
Major Wlnslow recently received a
littler from I.tcnt. Moses. II. S. M.. who
was recently transferred from IInc- ,IB m, jonng min iisslgne.l by n I.on
lulu to the Atlantic Coast In wlili.h l)(m nowpapor to miko a stenographic
tho young lieutenant st-ites ho lnsr(,,,rt who, npim hiibmltllnjg his tmn
been ustlgnod ln,comnitiid of bittle-. peilptlon to tbo editor was told to "cm
ship construction nt tlio Now Jersey
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185,
'Sixty wears ago physicians first
used Ayer's Cherry Pectoral, and
ever since (hen it has been tho
standard cough remedy all over the
world. Thousands of families, in
Europe, Asia, Africa, and America,
keop a bottlo of it in the housa
ready for an emergency.
controls the spasmodic efforts of
coughing, relieves the congestion in
the throat; quiets' the inflammation
in the bronchial tubes, and prevents
tho lungs from bocomlng involved.
There are many substitutes and
imitations. Be sure you get Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral. It contains no
narcotic or poison of any kind.
Put up in large and small bottles.
Tmtni ij Dr. J. C A, if 4 C, lowlt, Mm., U.S. A.
Training Is a Prime Requisite, and
Intelligence and Care in Tran
scription Must Be Exercised
Rating of Writers.
An expert lloston stenographer. In
discussing tho essentials for success
In his vocation, sayH that the s Wei
ll ed thalnlng Is tho prime requisite,
combined with the application of Intel
ligence and care In the work of thans
scrlptlon. Ho adds:
A Huston lawoy dictated to his sten
ographer on behalf of a client: If you
do nota sendt n check In to mo by
Wednesday,, wo will begin buU." Tho
stenographer translated It "Into." An
other. (Monographer wrote ou "notary
republic and Justice oT the pence," and
still another referred to tho "sldo
draft with the bill of lading."
'Volumes could be wrlten on steno
graphic blunders. In fact, it Is rather
tho exception than tho rule, that a let
ter of any length Is pro'duccd by tho
average shorthand anmanucnsls with
out a bhuuler ''of some sort, not sa
much owing to'the inherent Ignorance
of tho writer as from an ingrained
carelessness and want of applying
what intelligence ho may have upon
what ho Is doing. (
Ignorance may ho excused, although
It would appear reasonalie to expect
moru knowedge from tho presumably
educated class who ndoypt tho profes
sion of 1 etterwrltlng for a living. In
a considerable measure tllio high
scholia of tliu community are responsi
ble, fur It Is raro that tho high school
graduate of today has nn elementary
knowledge of English.
I'nt tho following common words to
tho average high school or oven uni
versity graduate and see how many
of them will bo spelled correctly:
Judgmeut, acknowledgment, AVUo be
lief, lose, eliminate, accommodate, nil
right, comparative, 'conscientious, de
velop, fvestacy, exhilarate, Indispen
sable, licence, pioucys, occured salable,
separate, supersedo, tariff.
Stenographers nlways have to bo
traalned, nnd tho training Is n procctt
requiring exact knowledge, unremit
ting work, ami tho constant oxcrclse of
common sence. row there arc who,
after leaving tho grammar sc'iool,
have tho native Intelligence to make
a stenographer, and a good one and
fewer yet thero arc who nru willing
to go through the drudgery of practice
exiVclse tho reiiulslto caro in llii-li
work and diligence In Btudy to biclnino
They would llko to..utd they stint
out wl(b thu strongest piotestali'ma
of their Intention to do all th it In
them lies to reach tho go il. but many
of them fall by tho wayside The fact
Is, they don't want to "h.ird enough,"
and that Is why tho stenographic ranks
today nru so filed with Incor.pctPiiU,
nnd why really good stenographic sec
retnrles arc so scarce. '
Probably thero has nover hai eben
a tlmo when n good stenographer
could not get lucratlvo employment.';
have been Intbo buslncso 30 years.
( ivpimiei uiiu ii'iiiiiiiiHi lieu i iititii
I mv,,r kllown,t,10 BI,liply or K,)0(1 Bten.
eportlPE nnd teaching, ami I have'
ogrnpliers to equal the do'iuind. I have
never known tho demand lor first-class
stenographers tq bo ovou measurably
l)y this I do not mean nicio short
hand writers, tho parroe'.-llkd repro
ducers of sounds and wordh Iiowko-
over r.aild. As a matter of fact, a ver
batim teportls selcdom.wi.'itod. I ho
eteiiogriiphor who, under nil circum
stances, transcribes tho otact winds
dictated has certainly missed Ills vo
cation, Un is of tho Hume grade
t n half " M nkd: "WliM. lulf
(II vi" n filr knowledge of tlio sub
Jeut mallei, u good stenographer
should bu ablo to maku n sal'sfacloiy '
truiiEcrii.it In good straight ICugllsh of
HAS A MEETING
Four Saloon Proprietors Cited and
Instructed as to Observance of
Sr.nday Law. '
Tho Hoard of l.lquor License Com
missioners held a meeting yesterday
afternoon to inquire Into thy Sunday
sales' of beer. Four1- saloon keeiers
wcro cited to nppcar before tho Hoard,
the citations being. Issued for Chnilcs
1-nmbert of the O'rphoum Saloon, Mike
I'nton of the Kncore, Harry Klemmn
of the Aloha'and Joo Sllvn of tho I'uft
thcon. Tho explanation mmh) ap
peared sufficient to the Commissioners
and the four men were toln.tliat no
action would bo taken against them
unless they continued tho practice
consldrcd by tho Commlcslcn to bo In
lolatlon of law.
The Honolulu Brewing & Mnlting
Company, acting on tho ndvlco of Its
attorneys, Kinney, Uallou, I'tosscr C
Anderson, and B. C. Peters, declined to
appear on tho citation of tho Hoard,
tho following communication having
been sent to the commUsioi by the
"Tlio Honolulu Ilrowlng and Malt
ing Company, Limited, has referred to
us your letter of September 30, citing
tho company to appear before tho
board to show under what authority It
is operating, or under what license it
Is selling, dispensing, furnishing and
delivering liquors to divers persons
on Sunday. -
"(a reply thereto wo beg to stato
that wo foci that an appearance beforo
tho board In answer to a formal cita
tion might bo' construed as an. admis
sion of the Jurisdiction of the Hoard
over tho license of the company, nnd
as we do not wish to bcundcrstood ns
conceding this point wo must respect
fully decline to enter an appearance
"We trust that you will tnpprcclato
that tho refusal' of the company to ap
pear .is merely In pursuance of what
wo have ndvlBcil thom to bo a ncces
snry'step for the preservation of their
legal rights, and Is not In any way In
tended as nn act of discourtesy townrd
tho Hoard of License Commissioners."
"My opponent's " argument " said
Senator Dolllver In a recent campaign,
"hns about as much logic Did you
ever hoar about tho young woman In
Kort Dodgo? Ono spring morning sho
sat on tho piazza of her pretty llttlo
home sowing a button on her hus
band's coat. Tho husband himself ap
peared and she snld, fretfully, 'It's a
perfect shame tho' careless way the
tailor sowed this button on. This Is
the .fifth tlmo I've had to sew It'on
again for you." Everybody's Maga
zine. Indignant over scenes In the fresh-man-sophomoro
rush at Colorado col
lege. .Mrs. E. C. Goddard, a society wo.
man of Colorado Springs, Col., says
khe will take steps to the end that
class rushes shallHio abolished.
a speech or a dictation de.lvcrcd at nl
most any rato of speed. IJ ho Is un
nblo to "edit." if he feels obliged slav
ishly to ndhelo to tho words spoken
rcgnrdless of redundancy or verbosity.
Instead of making for himself, u clear
expression of tho Ideas Intended, ho
will ho, and should bo, ratid as medi
ocre, nnd tho llkllhood is tint ho will
bo pnld accordingly.
Whenover you hear n stenographer
attempt to excuse an o'",,.ous error In
transcription by Fayhif." "That ls
what was dictated," yrn mrty know
his cnllber. You may safely net him
down as a victim of tho mUtnltcn Im
pression that a shorthand writer Ib
necessarily a stenographer.
grew on vines the melons would be safe
enough. PRIMO is positively the
finest thirst-quencher and tonic beverage
ever brewed; and its "always in season."
Mob M nMuTw'
mi Mmm T.'Meer
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
Seekers of excellent merchandise will find our store
full of novel conceits from the world of fashion.
Our ads cannot bein to describe all of oar many nov
elties, but they aid us in calling many interesting items to
We have been anointed sole agents for the Hall
Borchert t ,
Adjustable Dress Form
which we will sell- at New
A few novelties in
including the "Folding" ones which pack into your suit
case, for ladies' and gents.
DIRECTOIRE UMBRELLAS, very nobby for ladies.
Then some with an extra leather handle, to slip over
your wrist, so you cannot misnlace them.
A most beautiful line of
in Crepe and Silks, many of these are most exclusive in
design and style, of which we have only one of each.
NEW SKIRTS, NEW LINGERIES, NEW RAIN COATS.
TO BE SEEN AT
nf HONOLULU"' ATHLETIC PARK.
and many others of local and general
ADMISSION.... 10, 15 and 25 cents
Fort Street, Below Beretania.
185 editorial rooms 256 bV'
nets- office. These are the telephone
numhors of h Bulletin officii.
jy there is joy
ylJjK, TheGeorgia Coon glad-
' ": ty taes chances on bird
H'' shot and does to land-
bottles of PRIMO BEER
The J5eer That's
IOQ3U1T i ne
York price of $15.00 plus
LAST WEEK OF
Wise k Milton
MUSICAL COMEDY AND
. VAUDEVILLE COMPANY.
THE BIGGEST AND BEST SHOW
IN TOWN FOR THE MONEY -TWO
HOURS OF SOLID FUN.
and 30 cents.
Reserved Seats 20
Matinees Wednesdays and Saturdays.
BEST VAUDEVDILE IN THE CITY.
PRIDE OF THE FLEET.
ORIGINAL "HONEY BOY."
ECCENTRIC COMEDY ARTISTS.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
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