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evening bulletin, honoiTult,xt7hm wKDNKstuY,' Novnfpqnr '" "iw 'VP':PTffSggy V'',
When n remedy has lived for over thirty years, steadily
growing in popularity and influence, and thousands upon
thousands of women declare they owe their very lives to it,
is it not reasonable to believe that it is an article of great
We challenge the world to show any other one remedy
for a special class of disease which has attained such an
enormous demand and maintained it for so many years as
has Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, the famous
woman's remedy for woman's ills. Unless it is a very good
medicine and the claims made for it arc honest, such a record
would have been impossible fraud or misrepresentations
would long ago have been detected and the business gone
into oblivion. Read this unsolicited letter:
Slrllipiirtu. Town: "T suffered for iniiny yenrs with feninlo
tumbles, Inlltininiiitloti, uud bonrlns'-iUmii pains, no that 1 us
iiniklilu to do iu work.
" Lvtllu IM.'liikhiiiit'sVcKCtnhlo Compound wnspfooiumcniled,
mid I inn o tliitukftil for the grout kooiI It linn done inc. 1 led
Unit 1 dm ii llvlnir udertNeiuent tor tliN medicine us I liue
liilliirnioil o iiiiui) of my friend to uao It. ho thankful mil I
that It restored mo to health." Mrs. Clurn, Wuti-riunuu, It. 1). 1,
. When a woman like Mrs. Watcnnann is generous enough
to write such a letter as the above for publication, she
should at least be given credit for a sincere desire to help
other suffering women. For we assure you there is no
other reason why she should court such publicity.
I Wesayit in all sincerity andfriendship try this medicine.
Tor .' years T.jdlu K. rinkhnin'H Vegetable,
Compound lms liven the standard remedy for
icnmlo Ills. No xlek woman does justleo to
herself who will not try this famous medicine.
Made, eelitshely from roots and herb, and
has thousands ot cures to Its credit.
pjrtgS" Mr. I'luLliniu invito nil sick women
fci-3 to write her for lulvlce. .She has
guided tlioiisauds to health free of elinrRO.
Address 3lrs. lMuJcIir. i, Ljnn, JUass.
es and Pastry
We have an established reputation for selling fine
PIES AND PASTRY. This vear we will add to it by offer
ing unusually good things in this line. Note prices:
REGULAR HOME-MADE MINCE. 23c and 35c , . .
EXTRA OCCents and $1.09
PUMPKIN, 23c EXTRA 50 Cent's
Cianbcrry. 23c . . EXTRA 50 Cent3
SQUASH. 23c . . .EXTRA 50 Cents
PLUM PUDDING, 25c EXTRA 50 Csnts
Other pies at the usual prices. The pastry will be
fresh, as an additional force will be engaged in the baking.
Send in Your Order Today
Hotel St., near Union. Telephone 311.
NEW - TO-DAY
NOTICE TO REPUBLICANS.
Fust District, Fourth Precinct.
Notice la hcrob) given that u
meeting ot tlu rimt Precinct. ltmrtli
District, will lie, hulil at tho lesl
ilemo of Sir. A. .'. Cool.it at Kulnm
Kl, on tho JTtli la of November, A.
I) l'10'i, at 7. ISO i in. for tliu pui
posn of electing oIIIicib to till utan-
A. T. COOKi:, President.
It) CIIAH KAO.SOI, Secretary.
I Hill- Nov. 17, 2D.
LOST DIVIDEND WARRANTS
O.ilui K.I II why ic Land Couipali)
dividend valiants Nos 1IG99 for
ssino, ami ii'oi fin $l.r,o, drawn
on the I l.ui Ii of Hawaii, ltd , In fawn
or AI.il K. 1) rii'.ir and Mar) I).
I'lear, trustee, luspettlvoly, have
Ik en nut.
I'ajnieiit has been stopped on
f.ame, and notice In hcieb)' given of
W. P. DILLINOHAM,
Tif.iutrer Od'u Hallway &
Land C 4409-11
1S!5 editorial room 250 bu'
ncss office. These are the telephone
numbr of tlio Bulletin office.
Tliu President of On) United States
having designated Thursday, tlio
iiiith day ot Novemuoi, 1909, ns a
day ot thanksgiving and pni)er, I
lecoiuuiciiil Hint tliu people ot tills
reriltoty observu the d.iy npproprl
iitoly, I.ct tliem manifest their
nratlttido for muntlcss blessings by
assembling at tliolr places of vvoi
ship or In their homes for praise,
thanksgiving and pi a) or, holding
family leuiilnns, eutortalulng Strang
em, ceasing from labor as far as
I rattltable, and bestowing ihnilty.
In wltncbH vvhuienf, I have hero
unto let my hand and caused the
(.rent Seal of tliu Tunllory to bo
Done ut Iho Capitol In Honolulu,
this 17th day of Novombei, A. U.
lly tho Governor,
(Seal) W. r. rilKAU.
11. A MOTT-SMITH.
Seiietiii) of Hawaii.
MUST PAY UP
Tax Gatherers Are
There are a large" number of em
plucc8 of tlio City and County of Ho
nolulu who are dodging the tux col
li ctor and falling lo come thlouRh with
their contribution to thu expenses of
I mining tho go eminent they hao
nrouscd tho Ire of the Territorial As
sessor, Attorney General Htiuentvny lms
been nppenlod to as n Inst tcsort He
therefore dictated u pietty stiong let
ter ot complaint and nddrdctud the
ijime to Jlnor Kern, llenienvMiy calls
intuition to the complaint lucorpnrnted
In n letter front the tax ofllce. It Is
tinted that there Is n largo percuntngu
nf thosu on the Clt and Comity pay
roll who hao thus far failed to square
matters with the bnxejed tax gath
erers. Tho fact Is that there Is a lot
of accumulated back tax which still
stands upon the hooks and charged to
rcrsons now drawing down fnt month
ly stipends from tho city government.
The Attorney General brings this
matter to tho attention of the Mn) or
anil tho Supervisors who are illricted
to bring tho ilellnquuicj to the nttun
Hon of the Interested pirtles.
Thu tax olllcc stands lendy to fur
nish the nalues of those win" have
lulled to make good there.
Thu appointment of an Inspector for
the new section ot the Knhnua belt
load has been authorized by tho Hoard
of Supervisors. The matter will be left
to tlio dlsqretlon of Engineer Gere.
Mavor Peiu has recommended the
granting of thu reipicst of C. (1. llockus
for tho use of certain portions of the
city 11k apparatus ns u feature In the
proposed paiade of Shrlneis. The Com
mittee on 1'lre ami Water were an
thoilzed to act upon thu matter.
Tho foul condition of four catch bas
ins for storm water was brought to
thu attention of thu bond through n
communication tubiiiltted to Chairman
A) lult by residents ot King and Alaken
streets. Thebo catch luslns nro re
ported ns having become clogged with
fllthy w liter mid the stent h iirlslug
from them Is declared a public nuisance.
The city has had tho liso of u horse
which was once thu piopcrt) of tin
Paiker llntich, for the past five ears
and it Is claimed that never a led cent
of pajiucnt has been received for the
nng. Tho Hoard has been asked to
piodiico seventy-live dollars foi the
equine. Inasmuch as ut litis figure
thu horsu would have been rented to
tho city at about one dollar and thirty
cents per month, thu Hoard will con.
tltuie to utilize tho animal.
W, I. Trazce, supeilutefidcnt of the
ckctilc light plant, reports thu death
of a city equine from tuhorcu'oslg.
Clilng Tin Sing, u Chlneto his noti
fied thu bupcivlsois through i:ir;lneiT
(ere that he has relinquished all lights
in n tei tain p.ueel of laud to lu used
in thu opening of the Knliunii beach
road for a ciinsldeiatlun of $100.
A large number of claims for labor
and Incidental expense vveio presented
by tho chairman of the commltties
All reiiorts we're adapted.
Qiilnn recommended that a span of
mules und a road water sprinkler bo
pm chased for thu district or Walalua.
The request will bo granted.
Tour mules and an Improved wagon
suitable for hauling macadam, will lie
put chased by tlio Supeivlkiirs for use
in Walnnao dlstiict upon the tecum
inundation of Supervisor CJiilnu.
Police departmental expenses for
the month of October wore uppiovol.
Chairman Cox of thu Tiro und Water
Committee, submitted the uxpcmui ac
counts ot that department, whlili were
FOR INDOORS AND-OUT
f it tt-mr
ARMORITE PAINT is specially prepared ,-r
to meet the climate conditions of the VV
COLOR CATALOG FREB
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
BY AUTHORITY FLYING MACHINES ENTERED IN AVIATION WEEK
Dm tug my nbsenre from the Tcr
rltoiy the Sttrt ary of llawiill will
n 1 1 as (lover nor
w r riiKAit.
Governor of Hawaii
Honolulu, T II Vuvtinbcr 17. 199
tci.mu.uhj mi I wnJOJiiiJymu!tJWunLwiufjugtr
The Industrial Edition of the
Evening Bulletin, wrapped
ready for mailing, 60 cent at B n 1
I f t i u office, .
WAS WHAT BROKE
'The chain furnished by thi d'ov
crnmnnt to connect tlu draw bar ot
tho car vvlth tlio cable Is what broke '
This Is tho statement if 6uii"i Inte".
dent Pratt nf tho Kiipld Transit as to
tho o.iusi) ot the iiudiliut lit l-oit l,;
Ituss) Hint was ri'imrted III Hid Hub
letlu. .Mr. Putt ssiys tliu ilinwb.ir
of the car was all rlgiit. Tliu (lovtin
nient chain was whit did mil hold.
The only othur objection Mr. Piatt
lins Is thatjie sliuuld ho duplet' d us u
hero chucking a Hying car. Ho simply
twisted the brake to stop tho ear That
Honolulu, T. II ,
November Hi. H'9.
Hesolveil, by the lloiiid of Super
visors of the Clt mid Count) of llu
rolulii, Tcirltor) of Hawaii, that tb.
hum of four hundred ami ninety
dollars (JI'JO.UO) be ami the sumo
Ik here!)) appropriated from tlio gen
eral fund fot the pa)hfeht of t'nlni
Known as "Water Sprinkler, Wnla
lua Itii.ul Dlstrkt."
Pieointcd by Supervisor
J. C. (H'l.NN.
The foiegolng loMilutlon was, nt
u legiiliu uiccllng of tho llourd of
Supervisors of the City ami County
of lloiiululii, held on Tuesday, No
vcuibei 1, 1909, ordered piss to
I lint on thu following Mite, of thu
mid I loan):
A)cs Ahla, A)lett, Cox, Kane,
Logan, MiClollan, Qulnn. Total: 7.
I) KAI.AITOKALANI, JH.,
Clcik, City and County of
A 109 Nov 17, IS, 19, JO, 22.
Charoed With Wife Beatlna-Duiku
ley, Nov 3, llent) Ui amies, a ilgu
dealer living ut ljghth ttieet ami
Snyder uveiuie. was niicutud today
and accused of beating his wife and
fliiuilbhliig n levtilvil. A i Inn Rn of
distui Ling tlio peato was placed
Honolulu, T, II.,
November lfi. 19U9.
ltesolved, b) the lluaid of Silpei
vltois or tho CMy and County of Ho
nolulu, Teultiiiy or Hawaii, that thu
sum of vevun bundled doll us
($700.00) be uud the sumo Is hurt
nppropiiated out of tlio guuouil fiiuil
for thu liutiillution of elic'trlc Ijglili
nt Palolo Hn.ul, KtilmuM nnd AIow.i
IlLlghts, Disttiit if Honolulu.
lutioduted by Supoivlsor
W.M. A. ICANH.
The fuiegolng resolution was. at
il iegiil.ii meeting of tliu llo.inl ot
Hupeivliiors of tho City and, County
or Honolulu, held on Tuesday, No
vember HI, 1909, tu del ed pass to
pi ilit on tho following vole of the
A)un: Ahla, Aylett, Cox, Kane,
'l.ojMii, Mi ('lellnn, Qulnn. Total: 7.
. I) KAIAUOKAI.ANI. Jit,
Clerk, City and County or
ttl!9 Nov. 17. IS, 19, JO, 22,
ffjKSSfeSJt I- rMARQHia nr. Pni.tffNrtr:?!-!
WmffTt jSS5SS5SSS5Sr"'l AHD HIS AEROPLAKg. )M
TCJUlaMfl ITHE LATHAM WOUOPlZh) . S . NW v.
" "ir-sri z - j,- f , ' y f
SOHtTZK. IK top
fARt-lAW AEROPLAKK I
Teachers Remember Kirk Oakland.
Nov 3 Tho' tuacliuis' club ot Ala
meda county has adopted leiolutlons
to the mummy of tho lutu Thomuj J.
Kirk tor two terms ttuto Liipeiliiten I
nil of public In-tiiicllnu 'ilib fuueial
of the educator will he held tomui
urn lifteflwion r,itii tli., 1'ltrt t'tilli '
Ian rhuirli In AJ lined j
All mi In of !lm; machlnea wciu enteird In the ennlntti nt Uliclmti, Tiance, iluilng nvlatlon week
mm Ftiimla), Aug. 22, to Kitunlay, Aug. L'H. The entiles liitluded iieroplaurH or thu monoplniiu, hlplauo
nt.it lilplane vailitlCK, spbeijcnl and dlrlglbln ballnons and olhei ilev Ices for navigation lu tho air. , 1'iae
llrallv iivciy nenriaiit of intoriiational fame, nave Hie Wiiglits anil Count eppclln went ut Ithelius.
Amoiit; thu mull uutiied lu Hiu lompelltUui for fame, money and nips vv'uo 1 mils llleiiot, tho Hist inin to
muss thu Hugliuh Channel lu an laloplauu; lliibuit laitham, who inailn t'wo splemlld but iiiihui cehufnl at
teniptt. to 1 1 o in ; (Hum II. Cuitlss, thu mil) Americau unity, Sommci, the holiln lot tlio illbtaneu luuuil; I'ai
man, l.iivaviiKsem, Tlssandlcr, Lambert, l.efuwe, Uolleu nnd nthei.i. 'I he contests worn lield under tlio niis
plies of tho Tienih lommlttcu on avlullon, nt tlio bond of which In tlio Minimis !u Pollgnuc. who has entered
ii imuhluu Invented b) liluibtlf, Ciiillss, the Atneiiiau, won thu speed prize.
BULLETIN AD8 PAY
Wllllim H. Galllraer, Gon or New
Hrmpihlre Gepator. Nuvv Yoik, Oct
ii William HI. (ialllngei, 39 )enrs
old, a i.on or ficnilnr ( illlinjui of Now
lluniiislilie, died or hoirt fall :rn iast
Dr. Woodinvv Wilton, preklilotit of A pla)Krnuiiil us.soLlutlon was ro
Pilmetnn iinivcrslt), In an nddicsi contly oisunlzed In Lancastei, Pu.,
nt Plalnllclil, N J. falil tlio passage nnd on May 1 a tag d t) was hold t"
of thu Pii)iiu-Aliliiili taiirr bill had rnlsu funila rni thu woik liming tho
blven tho ilnnociatle p.uty a gli.at Momlng wimimr. Neatly L'.ltuu was