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f Alexander Young- Building
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Dresses; tailor,-made specialties. Rea
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Honolulu. T. H.
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DRY GOODS AND TAILORING
Everything absolutely new and
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FANCY DRY GOODS
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KING STNEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Fnrnitnre, Mattresses,
etc.. etc. All kinds of KOA and MIS
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for Gifts at
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And Cloth of AI Quality Can be
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' 79 Hotel, Street
Oriental Meals and Chon Suev nn
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Open Day and Night
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' 't-or naot" ekroa on sale at
. the Bulletin office. ,
Cured by Lydia E. Pink
Milwaukee, Wk "I.yUla K-Vitik.
ham's Vegetable Compound has made
me u wen woman.
unci Luoulil like to
of It. I suffered
anil fenrJtil painsln
my bark. I had the
best doctors and
they all decided
that I liudu tumor
In addition to my
female trouble, nnd
advised an oiero,
Hon. liVillu I.'.
.'lnkhain s Vegetable Comnoiind made
me a well womnit and 1 have no mure
backache. 1 hope 1 can help others by
lellliiK them what Lydla E. I'lukham's
Vegetable Compound lias done for
me." Jilts. KmuaImsc, 833 FlrstSt,
The above Is only one of tho thou.
imiuM or grateful letters which are
constantly being received by the
l'liiklinm Medicine Comnanv of I.Tiin.
Mass., which prove beyond a doubt that
j.yiiia u. i'liiKnam s ycgeiauie uom
pound, made from roots and herbs,
actually does euro theso obstinate dis
eases of women after all other means
have failed, and that every such suf
erlng woman owes It to herself to at
leastglve Lydla E. Vinkham's Vejreta
ble Compound a trial before submit
ting to an operation, or giving' iii
hope of recovery.
Mrs. IMnkliniii, of Iiyiin, Mass.,
Invites, nil Nlclt women to wrlto
Um for ndvlce. She Ims guided
tlioiiNiinils to' Iicaltb mid
nilvlro Is free.
San- Francisco Hotels
Geary Street, above Union Squire
Juit oppotttt Hotel St. FrincJi
European Plan S1.60 a day up
American Plan S3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish.
Ingi cost $200,000. HlghcUsshotel
atmoderate rates. Center of theatre
and retail district. Oncarllnestrans.
all trains and steamers. Send for
bcwklet with map of San Francisco.
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
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address, "Trawets." ABC Code.
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Hotel and Bethel Streets
Take a Two Day
. Ten Dollar Trip
to HALEIWA and the SUGAR and
PINEAPPLE PLANTATIONS, over
the Oahu Railway,
Sachs Block, Fort and Beretania Sh.
Fine lurntsneu rooms, i per unj
l)0 and upwards per month. Splen
MRS. 0. A. BLAISDELL, Prop.
First-Class FamilT Hotel
Best Bathing, on the Beach
W. a BERGIN. Prop.
nanufacturtd' from pur dlstllltd w
-tr, Osllvsrsd to any part f elty
OAHU (CE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
wU TaUohnn ta
ueuvered to reiideneei
and offices at 25o ei
hundred in 10-lb. loti
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1SK editorial rooms "SGTEusT-
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N01 IN SIGHT
NO GLASS NEEDED
TO SEE VISITOR
Woman Tells About Conditions at
Previous Visit Thought It Was
End of World Great' FalJ of
llnllej'rt romer war n most bo.iull
fill night (his morning, plainly seen
with llio nake'd eye. Olio tloeii riot
have to stay lip nit night or hnvn to
got tip bo very early In tho morning
to teo the sight of tho nge. At b
o'clock this morning tho comet' was
In night In nil of ItH glory, tnll nnd
it Is at present on n level wirn
Venus nnd about eight degrocH to tho
north of that most hcnutlfui of
Tho morning nppenranco of tho
comet Ik limited, for in n short tlmo
It will disappear for nwhllo and will
then appear In the west nflcr sunset.
If tho samp coiidltloiiB obtain as did
In 1835. whon'llip earth passed through
llio tall of llallcy'H comet, there wilt
be n fhower of meteors that will causo
Mi-H. Kllzalielh Kargo, 87 yearn old,
wlni lives with her daughter, MrB. l-
Kultoy, lit an eastern city, remcmberi
well tho appearanco of tho comet sov
rr.iy.flve"' years ago. Hrr memory Is
e optionally good and rlcnr. 3ho
I shall never forget Hint time. Wo
wrio all so excited. Wo cither thought
the world was coming to an end or it
was tho preparatory steps. It was bo
unusual, and no one could understand
tho meaning of' it. People hid In the
cellars and fell to their , knees in
prayer. I have never In my life Been
the people so excited as they wero nil
Mm. Pargo nt that tlmo lived In
Stonington, Conn., a stopping port be
tween Now York and Iloston for bcenn
vessels. She links tho falling of tho
Btars with tho death of jan uncle
henca her clear memory op the Inci
dent. About that tlmo tho Mlllerlte
ha1 a set tlmo for tho ending of the
world and simultaneously a smallpox
epidemic was prevalent In Stonington.
Theso ovents had Worked tho people
to Ihe highest pitch of excitement nnd
for this reason Mrs. Kargo ban remem
bered well tho Incidents.
"Tho exact year I cannot recall, but
It seems to mo I was IS jears old,"
said Mrs. Forgo, "It was In tho winter
time, for tho ground was white with
snow. An uncle had Just arrived from
New York state In a sleigh. It glow
dark shortly ofter ho came aniras
soon as darkness settled the stars be
gan to fall. What a wonderful elec
trical display It was! I can never
"Stars shot and fell In all directions.
They cast a red glow upon tho snow-
It was beautiful as well as frightening.
Every ono was afraid. People rushed
Into hiding and got ready for tho end,
My uncle began to pray mid I trembled
with feat. I was not a Christian wonv
an then nnd I was not ready .to go.
And there wo gathered to'pray almost
frightened to death.
Left Her Nervous Wreck.
"Tho MlllerlteB had Just predicted
tho end of the world, A smallpox epi
demic wob prevalent and most every
ono had been exposed. Theso things
were taken as an Indication of the end,
nnd when tho heavens began to shoot
forth fire everyone concluifcd that tho
prophecy of tho Mlllcrltes was being
fulfilled. That display kept up until
nfter 12 o'clock. We wero all nervous
wrecks when wo went to bod. I can
remember I could not sloop.
"Next ilny in' undo returned to
New York. Ho told us gooil-byo and
snld ho never expected to seo us
again We then thought that tho fall
Ing of tllo stars was preparatory for
tho end. II seems to mo that thero was
talk then of a. comet, hut tho people
knew very lfttlo of comets. No ono
could understand It, nnd wo tool: It n
a vwirnlng from tho Almighty,"
Ib the world to experience any un
pleasantness from tha passing of Hal
ley's comotT Read the following state.
mentB by tho leading astronomers of
today and then tnko your choice:
Ry W. F. Meyer, Uulvoislty of Cali
fornia. The comot'H nearest distance
from the earth will be a Utile less than
14 million miles. It 1b linully neces
sary to repeal that no disastrous con
sequences whatover nre to ho feared
from the approach or tho comet. Tho
cl05eBt.,l!PKQicli,wlll be about May
Ry Prof. John ft. Blockwell, A. M.
Ph. I). A comet is so light that It has
no apparent effect on tho movements
of planets It approaches. In 1770 a
conict Bwept about Jupiter and its
satellitles without disturbing them. It
Is so licht starB can bo seen through
Its tall. Situ waknbw but llttlo about
these . wandqrors, It Is Just possmie
COLDS CAUSE HEADACHE
LAXATIVE DROMO-QUININE, re-
moves the cause. Used the world over
to euro, a cold in one day, E. W,
GROVE'S signature on each, box. Mado
i'AKIS' MEDICINE CO. Saint Louk U, B, A,
KQXUUJLV, T. H., THURSDAY, APR.
P'ffVlfl VT f ffWITMfM
th csmot's till ! ccrar.::?-! ef tmill
m'tesfle fc'3!M. If "33. H re fJ
thrctlgh it, !t will be tn e a 'hi-er of
Don't horror; trouble. We sill mn
tho romnt hy ll.nflrt.noO mllel, nnd wr
tnnv oven miss the tall. The tall Is
probably gas. It may bd' harmless '
and may even tin trs good.
I hope wp eomo near.pnoiigli to tnfiko
an nnalyfitn of the) eotnelnry matter.
That would ha 'a great gain in sHenex,
Hy Percy Lowrdl, Dlroelnr of the
Lowell Ohsprvntory.-Nothing can ne
cur to thfc entth'lnf eonspnueneo of it't
passing through tho tall of a comet, as
a comet's tall is composed of malorhl
so light that It actually owe lift py-
Islencn to light pressure being dilen
off from Iho comet hy tho heat rnyn
of tho sun. Tho consistency of Hip
tall 4s ptobably less than any vacuum
procurable on earth.
fly Cantlllo Klammnrlon. rrench Am
bassador and Scientist. If tho ovygen
Jn tho" ntmnpliero wero to ponihlno
with tho hydrogen of Iho coinet'B I nil
tho inhabitants of tho earth would ill"
of sitlTocatlon. If (hero were a diminu
tion of nitrogen nnd nn execs of oxy
gen, an unexpected sensation of delight
would bo Instilled and wn would "(libllo
while Homo bllrnpd.,
Ily Oarrctt I'. Servlsa, Asttonnmer.
Heavenly bodies mo subject to ne
cldcntH and Irregulars les. If some nc
chlent should happen to delay or nc
celcrato tho sped of llio eomet. It might
encounter tho earth, aiul then thorn
.would be disaster unspeakable. ThN
accident might nrlso from a sudden
Increase In tho attractive force of tho
sun, which would hasten tho movement
of the comet, or n brush with koiiio
other planet, which would dela'y It
without stopping II.
Ily I'. C. Campbell, Sc. I). Wo will
probably como no nearer than 12 0fln,
000 mllcH to tho head of Halley's
comet. There will be no danger to
tho earth In ItR passago through tho
tall. It Is unbelievable that Ihe Maker
of- the nnlverso will penult miiiio
elianco wnnderor tri dofeat Iho dlvlno
purposo, as shown in human existence
and human ondenvor of nlmost eoiuit'
less centrnles, and put nit, end in tho
home of Iho highest form of llfo that
He has fashioned!
Ily Prof, Hi Jncoby, Columbia Vn
verslty. The comet might strlko tho
earth, though such a collision is most
Improbable. But oven If It should, tho
vlslblo effects would probably bo no
greater than Ihoso produced by "fall
lng stars." Tho other possible danger
frum tho comet, Iho cllanco f suffoca
tion from tho gases In tho tall, Is also
negatived by actual observation.
My Prof. F .15. Seagrnvo, Astrnu
omer. Providence, It. I. There need
bq no scaro over tho approaching,
event. Nothing will happen. It wjll
he nothing moro than we passed
through on July 3. 1801, when tho
earth rut through the comet of that
ear. Tho n'oarcst HalldjrB comet
could ev'cr come to the earth would
he 6,235,000 miles.
Ry Prof. W. II. Pickering of Harvard
University. Camlllo Flammarlon may
bn right. No man knows. Tho conse
quences of a collision of tho earth with
tho'comet'B tall may mean destruction
to us, Hut no man can now tell.
Ily Prof. S, Alfred Mitchell, Colunn
bin University. As tho tall consists of
matter In a finely divided stqtoj alwnyB
directed nway from tho sun, It Is
probable that wp will have no moro se
rious n catastrophe than shower of
Ry Prof. Henry N. Hussoll. Ph. D.
Princeton University. If vvo puss
through tho tnll of tho comot, tho of.
feet will bo a diffused light for tho
particles mnklng up tho' tall of tho
comet reflect somo light. -There will
bo no effect upon health, climate, tem
perature, however, for the (all will he
1 Ry M. Ucslandrcs, Director' of Ihu
Muedou (Paris) Observatory. X-rays.
Inconcclvnhlo In quantity, may hlioot
on us nnd condense more water vapor
than has been seen slnco the day of
Noah'B great deluge,
HE OUGHnO KNBW
eritor i5 v i: N i n o nui, L K-
T I N-Under heading "Wnnt to Vole
in Plebiscite" In this morning's Ad
vertiser, Papa Chllllngworth enters u
pica for registration of1 voters for tho
election July 3Gth.
Mr. Chllllngworth should at least
bo familiar with tho law, having reg
istered voters for two general elec
tions. Under "Registration Hoards" In
"Ru(cs nnd Regulations for Adminis
tering Oaths and Holding Elections,''
soitlou 5, reads ns follows; "At any
Intermediate special election ino reg
ister of voters used ut tho lust pro
filing gonernl election shall be used
It would seem that vvoum cover
the question of who Is to vote with
out much further waste of time.
Honolulu, April 33, 1910.
. i m
A SUGGESTION ON ECZEMA. '
' It Is suggested thnt eczema sufferers
ask tho Honolulu Drug Co,, Fort
street, of this city, what reports he Is
getting from tho patients who have
used thok'olllipf iwlntergrcen liquid
compound, D. D. D. Prescription: '
The fact that Hostctter's
Stomach Bitters has helped
thousands of' sickly people
back to health during the
past 67 years should, con
vince vou that it is the med
icine vou need for Indiges
tion, Stomach Ills, Malaria,
Fever and Ague.
For sale by Itensun, Bmlth ft Co.,
Ltd.; Holllster Drug Co., Ltd.;
Chambers Drug Co., Ltd.; IIIIo Drug
Co.; -and at all Wholesale Liquor
Get a Good Lens
Wc cait give you yonr
choice of three lending anas
tiRTnats which, we carry in
They arc the ripht kind for
the best results. Wc also or
der any make of lens.
Supply Co., Ltd.
FORT, BELOW HOTEL
A SKin ot Beauty is a Joy Forevei
PfcR. T. FELIX fiOURAUD'S ORIENTAL
CREAM OR'JIAuICAL BEAUTIFIER
frrt-klfa, lnU lUh,
ivi evrry itirinvn
on Ht'it? andiU
btifttoMl tbt trti
tf Tt-ira, RBO
I fit ot lnilUi
himr. Dr. L .
hrr H to t
Itvlr f tii haul
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m riniM tri WMt Urrafal t H (bi
ill It lrtpi
lartitonO r "f Ult hf VI (trufCMt oo r
alert Id U i;mi(d3(MM,tawMu
nB3.TiHCPlll"LPra.3 littit Jats Sbest HmV
REGAL SHOE CO.
Kinc and Bethel.
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
Wine and Liquor Dealers
TH0S. F. MCTIGHE & CO.
101 and 105 King Street
P. 0. Box 755
Phone Main 140
All the Go
"BULL" GINGER ALE
RYCROFT'S FOUNTAIN SODA
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS
I t.- ' 1 -l-'
' WAHTEB I . 'TO LIT .
Kver)iiii lu know thai Ihe Wat
puliu HxchaiiKH, at Walpahu
etnea tho best of liquor refresh
inetits at Honolulu price. Whet
....! . tl..t(..,n ., .r tl.
IHUIUIIUU lit IMICI'IWI ,a,j ...
i ii ..j. ti
only u ten-lnlnute mil fioui the
main road. ir.S'j-lni
Stenographer I'ertnaueiit position,
Deglnner with thorough knowl
edge ut shorthand and typewrit
ing might be accepted. Address,
Btatlng ualinValloiis and salary
expected, SOU," llullctln onlce.
Young man wanted for wholesale
house lu town. Slnte pxperlen ii
nnd salary expected, lteply, giv
ing references. No. 123, llullctln
Hvorybody to use Iho largo nickel
pad for school and Hearing use.
Two hundred sheets of good paper
for flvo cents, ut this office. If
Clean wiping rags
nt the llulletln
Japanese Cooking School. Families or
hotel! Biinnlled with cooks. C. M
Mntzle. UD7 Auld Lane. Tei. lGCt.
Phono C and ask for Car No. 482
Fred Noyes new 1910 7-passenger
Kissel Kar. Always ready.
For. hire, seven-seated Packard;
phone 199. Young Hotel Stand;
Cbas. Reynolds. 4640-tf
MRS. HODGSON, Expert Teacher of
Plnno. Tweniy-tiVe j ears' experi
ence. 'Rapid progress; thorough
training; perfect touch, lime, fin
gering and expression. 23G King
street cottage In rear, opposite
Hawaiian Klectrlc. Interviews
to C, Saturdays excepted.
SYDNEY F. H0BEN (Konigliches
Conservatonum uer mush;. i.eip
xlg) Piano (Technique and Vor
trag), Singing and Voire Produc
tion. 1C9 Ileretnnla. Phone 33.
W. Karl Vincent
Prof, ot Music Lessons In Singing.
Pianoforte, Pipe Organ, etc. Btu
dlo, Kaplolanl llldg.; room 17.
Res., 1C34 Nuuanu Ave.; phono
Dr. F. SCHUMANN
Corner Union and Beretania 8ti.
House Consulting, 2-3 p. m. Sat
ordays excepted. Operating, 8-19
a. m., 3-6 p. m.
S. E. LUCAS,
Masonio Building, comer Hotel and
The best lenses- in town to fit
A. R. ROWAT. P. V. S.
HOURS Clnb Stables: 10 a. m.
to 12 m.; 3 to 5 p. m. Residence:
8 to 10 a. m.; I to 3 p. m.
PHONES Clnb Stables, 109; Ret
May's Old Kona
HENRY MAY & CO.
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Suits for $25.
Will do it
Come and learn particulars at
T0WNSEND UNDERTAKING CO.
Beretania St., 0pp. Sachs'
M: E. Silva,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
Prompt and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE, OPPOSITE
Phone 170 Night Call 1014
Hlx-moln Mrtilshed Iioiim, tuoceru
In eveiy inpectj Jfld per muntli.
lieivtanl.i ttreet. near l'liiiahon.
''K. K.' this oltlce. -Iti7a-..
cottage at Diamond Mead.
Address "N.", Ilulletlu onlce.
Two turnlabed rooms, tppi Mr
U. McCoutiell, 1223 Uniuiu fat.
ROOMS AND B0a6D.-
Cool furnished rooms and voltage,
with or without board. 1031
Nuuanu Are., near Sihool St.
Prices moderate. 4 460-tt
The Tranto envelope a time-saving
Invention. No addrvsslng neces
sary In sending out bills or re
ceipts, llulletln Publishing Co.,
sola agents for patentee. tt
Neatly furnished rooms and board,
U.dO Kmina Htreut, opposite ltoal
School. Mrs. Annie tlabe, prop.
Cabollne launch, two outrigger ca
noes and flth nets for sale cheap.
Address I. Johnson, llonoullull.
flood Irish setter puppies. Seo J.
W. Harvey, U. O. Hall & Son, Ltd.
. . ; " IfiUK-lw
Diamonds nnd Jewelry bought, sold
andTexiJianged. jt Carlo, Fort St.
Inter-Island and Oahu Railroad sblp:
ping books, at llulletln onlce. tf
Sew automatic Singer for sale; cheap.
"A. II.'1, llulletln olllce. 4K92-tt
Moh'a clothing; on credit, 1 a week;
suit given at once. Levy Outfit
' ting Co., Sachs Iililg., Fort St.
City Clothes Cleaning Co.. No. 4 Ma
sonic Temple, Alauca St. Clonics
called for and delivered.
Japanese' Employment Association,
Maunakca near A&sl Theater. Call
up phono C97 If you want a cock,
.good boy or servants.
?m ftinr Kee-Plhmber and TinimiUL
Bmlth St.. bet. Hotel and Pauahl.
. WE USE
In Our Cream
Special care to keen'
it cold and protect it
from contamination as
sure ample keeping , ,
THE POND DAIBT.
ASK YOUR GROCER' FOR
The World's Best
1129 Fort St.
FINE ROLLS AND BUNS. "
BOSTON BAKED BEANS.
BOSTON BROWN BREAD.
BESI HOME-MADE BREAD IN
Rini; up 197.
For the Victor Talking
BERGSTR0M MUSIC CO.. LTD.
AND OTHER PIANOS
Thayer Piano Co.
150 Hotel St. Phone 218.
ngr-'Toi' aale'r cards at iriiluTlln.,.