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BVEN1KO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.. SATURDAY. OCT. 29, 1910.
iloves and Umbrellas
, Sachs' Big 3 Days' Sale "
Beginuing Tuesday Morning, November 1
., ,, Sale. Price. Sale.
$ .00 $.75 $1.00 ;... ."$ .75
, .3.00 -.,..;.;. ,...iv 2.50 ,1.50 .; , 1.10
s 4-00 3.25 2.00' 1.50
' . " .cr,WrfU,, ..,.-:.. 3.35.;3.00. 2.00
T50 .............. ...;.. ....... 3.50 ,4.25 : 3.00
4i75 jh-. .,.. juinAiH.... 3.75' ;5.00 3.50
u.uu .wi...i;i,,i.,(v,,u..i, 4.50
- 7.00 4.75
7.50..v.s..n..,..-. ,; 5.25
TWO-BUTTON'OIlAY MOCHA KIDGLOVES-In nil sizes; just re
ceived frpuij.Uic .facjory., Jtcfrular, price, $1.50 Special, for 3 days, $1.15.
"MONDAY OCTOBER31, will be the last day of our BIG WHITE
SALE wh'.ch has vbecn running for the past week.
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.,
Corner Fort and Berctania Streets Opposite Fire Station
, , t, ,, .Building
Filling, .Tennis Court Construction
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HElte "57" VARIETIES
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Good Things for
find nil (lie othor cliolco dainties,
Your Xmas Gifts
if TISSUE PAPER TO WRAP
THEM IN AND STICKERS
CHRISTMAS BELLS In
. fljffarcnt, s'zes, from. . . .
....:...- ,..5c to 50c
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alex. Young Building
Office Supply JCo.,
! ' ".,, LIMITED' "
Mr I Ail "TT t-if'V iU(.v
03 1 .F0 JIT STREET
uurl( xoy,. Department now , open,
with, afresh Stockof TOYS. GAMES
nnd, aj splendid, line' of, BOOKS.. ,
:' :,.), King'iStreet'; ,.
The Books Talked
. Are on Sale at
AB..ARLEIGH,& CO., LTD.
J; CmLDREN,HAPPYAOAIN '
Everything in Books!
! BROWN & LYON CO., LTD.
U'. Alex. Y6ung Building ;.'
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w muow rnspiay
8.00 ,.., 5.50
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packed In tho Itclnz In-
r Shinole Stain
A prosorvntlvo for your
shingles ami rough wood
Permanent In color.
LEWERS & COOKE,
177" SO. KINO STREET
M. E. Silva;
ffNDERTAXEBT AND, IeMBAIHER
Prompt. and Polite Attention
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"Will do it
THE RENEAR CO.-
ALGAR0BA BEAN MILLS
THE TI0NEER PLUMBER
183' MERCHANT STREET
FOR FINAL WEEK
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'"""" nun nui iiein because ot
lack or nttendantti. The crowd they
expected ultlier stayed nt liouie or
went to the Uttputillcnn meeting, nlid
mo Democratic catlicrlng win n ludl.
Next week will goo tlio wlml-up,
except for the mini nesxIoiiH on Mon
dAj; night. Tho ItepulillcaiiK have
Boheduled n week full of inccthiRs.
and TOtir ninlrltts will hold rallies
enth evenliiR. The list of Itcpuhll
enn meetliiKV,for.iiext wx-ek la ng fol
Fourlh District. ' '
Monday Jloana Hotel, Walklkl.
Tuesday Port ami School street.
Wednesday KnlmiiM Hill.
I'rldaj; Jack Lane's place,
Monday Kallhl school.
'iiiesiiay Vineyard and Itlvor
Wednesday Kallhl camp.
Thursday Moamilitn and
Friday Jack Lane's place.
The Friday night meotlnR will ho
a monster rally of the two ilUtrlctB
Tonight W. C. Achl's homo at Ka.
palama will ho tho scene ot tho big
ucpumi.-an .rally. All of tho Fifth
.District and much of the Fourth will
he present, and Achl says his meet
ing will have, twlco ns largo an at
tendance as the Democratic meeting.
Tho IJemocrntlc County nnd I,ogls
Inllvo candidates will go to Walanae
this afternoon for n meeting tonight.
Tho two scheduled meetings at Pa
lama nnd ICmina Squnro have been
called off nnd 11 soap-box meeting nt
Aula I'ark substituted.
WAS BIG MYTH
But Ho Went Some In a One
Horse Hack, Says
P. C. Jones.
That daring automobile dash!!!!
That daring nutomobllo dash across
Chicago made by 1. C. Jones, tho Ha
wallan capitalist, to catch tho Twen
tieth Century Limited for Now York,
was a myth, says Mr. Jones himself,
who canio hack to Honolulu on tho
Slorrayestenfay. Instead of nil auto,
tho Joy-rldo was taken In 0110 of those
deop-sea-golug Chicago hacks drawn
by 0110 of those Chicago hock-hurses.
Mr. Jones caught his train Just
the same, and when ho landed In Ilos.
ton had made tho fastest tlmo poss.
bio from Honolulu. Enterprising re
porters bragged tho "storv" and
when ho got to Ilostan tho newspa
permen were waiting for him.
Mr. Jones told nbout It this morn,
lug, laughing at tho publicity glvon
his little Jaunt of a few thousand
"I met Mr. Lynch, general mana
ger of tho New York Central lines,
beforo I loft San Francisco," ho srfld,
"nnd Lynch must havo telegraphed
ahead, for when I got to Chicago,
there was Mr. Thomptun, the Chicago
manager. Ho hustled me Into a ono
horse hack, and there was another
man In It. Afterwards 1 found that
the other man was a reporter. Three
or four other reporters wanted to get
lujQlso, hut that horse couldn't haul
more than us three. '
"We got to the station for the LIm.
I toil niul -thoro was a loug lino of
people 'waiting for tickets. Sir.
Thompson got my ticket all right and
1 didn't havo to wait. '
"Well, whin I got to lloston the
story wus thoro ahead of me, and
moro reporters to Intorvlow mo.
That's how tho last-story of my rec
ord camo out."
Mr, Jones says thai h'o didn't go
uftcr a record, hut that If anybody
can beat his tlmo ho will pay tho faro
from Honolulu to lloston.
Oct. 24 H, XIachlnto, Hotel St.;
(orations; It 00.
Oct. 21 Honolulu Lava Ilrlck Co.
plunt, Kaliniiltl; $1000.
Oct. 21 Yaninmoto, Hotel St. bo
tween Niiunnu and Smltli Drug Bloro;
Oct. 20 Murunaka, Kewalo St.; res
idence, ; J3S00.'
.OcL 20 J. H. Hertsche, Hotel St.;
alterations Club Hotel; $ir,00.
Oct. 20 M. Ohla, Luso noar Alapal;
dwelling; $1245. .
Oct. 27 T. Snnilda, Asylum Itoad;
Oct. 28-1'ac. Kng. Co., Alalica iin'.l
Hotel, Y. M. C. A.; $140,000.
Oct. 28 Y. Chung Sing, Queen St.';
BULLETIN ADS PY-
The first a"C to a weak
stomach, siupph liver or
constipated bowels should be
the Bitters, because it has
proven its riRht to be called
"the best." It is for Indices
Hon, Costiveness and Malar
ial Disorders. Try it.
For sale by Denon, Smith ft Co.,
Ltd.: Holllster Drug Co., Ltd.;
Chambers Drug Co., Ltd.; Hllo Drug
Co.; and at all Wholesale Liquor
POULTftY MEN -SttOUtb
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(By. 'Joseph. R.- Farrington.)
ntlon oil Inst Tuesduy night was dis
couraging as a very fotv turned out
nnd nothing of much moment was
It Is too had that tho mnny poultry
raisers of Oahu did not turn out and
boost thu.conilng show. It has been
suggested' that this year's poultry ex
hibition bo left out. That would bo
u gren pity 11s In that rase the peo
ple would taku less nnd less Interest
lu It until wq would havo no exhibit
nt nil. This yenr's poultry sliow
should bo made butter than any ono
To 'exhibit n bird In the poultry
show menus moro to you than you
realize It advertises your business.
I'eoplo will seo what lino birds 'you
havo and buy your stock and eggs.
Especially nro beginners lu poultry
always very much Interested and want
to llnd out wliuro they can get good
stock. You nro doing ollior people
good If you exhibit your fowls, bo
cnuso they can go there and study
the chickens, ducks, etc., and compare
and cIiobo tho best breed. It pays to
exhibit your best fowls.
Do not forget the" poultry show this
year. Kxhlblt ypur'blids and If you
did not get- llrxt prizo last year do
not get discouraged, hut try ngulii, mid
If you keep on trying hard nothing
can prevent your success.'
A poultry breeder In dlscussim: tho
Importation of fancy chickens told of
his experience. He said that when
his chickens arrived hero they wero
not very healthy, ris chlckons usually
aro after u sea voyage, and tho two
cocks did not want to cat. Tho hens
ato all right and wero fed first on a
llttlo soft food until they got better.
One of the cocks uftcr a few days also
began to got better and would cat.
Tho other fellow did not' eat at nil
and simply forgot to cat. Tho owner
lot It alone for a few days nnd then
took It In bund. At night ho would
go out with n lantern und tnko tho
cock on tho perch and feed It. It got
so useii to tins trcntment that when
It saw tho light It would move over
to tho door on tho perch, and after a
few nights moro would even got' down
on tho floor to bo picked up nnd car
After a week" or so of such treat
ment tho cock began eating with the
other chickens. It Is a great nilstnko
wncii you get imported birds, to start
on- right nwuy and fcfd them up with
too much corn and wheat. ' '
If you put grass Inio your chicken
coop for tho chlckons to scratch
do. not leave It thoro too long, becauso
1110 chickens will trample It down
nnd It will mould, which will ninkn It
1'iopoily belonging to Alexander La
zarus estate on L111111III0 street was
sold at public auction at noon today
In front ot tho Judiciary building foi
7410 to (lenrga Frecland of Maul,
I'J. B. I'axlon wns tho auctioneer In
charge of tho salo and tho bidding nl
(lie start was brisk, although at its
closo tho bids only camo up ton dot
la is nt a tlmo.
There are two mortgages on tho pro
perty tho first for $(3,000 and tho sec
ond for $750 both nstdgned to Attor
Tho property consists of 25,750
sqiinro feet land upon which are locat
ed six cottages mid the prlco obtained
Is no moro Ihau tho'propoity Is worth,
nccorillug to local real estate' men y'ro
sent at the sale. '
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Chairs Now at the
UNION BARBER SHOP
NEW BARBER A enmnotenf n
has just arrived from the' Cst. I
H. VEERRA Proprietor1
The Straight Ticket
Lot in Beautiful
Close to Nature and bt
Kaimuki Land Co.,
Clias. "Si, Frazier
fhone 1371 " 122 Kinp St.
They are ex
enjoy the dis
being worn (hy
Jhe best dress
ers the country
ment uniiels jtofe
best fabric 'and,
flie world's, best;
Regal hoe Store,'1'
' "'KinK'dnd' Bethel Streets
pur m-ax foecjajs
l!H' it r , 1.
Represent the Best Styles
and Street Hats
Arrived ex Hilonian
Us Deliver Your
CARDS & DODGERS
Rates Phone 1861
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