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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, -T. H, SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 1311,
Stomach Trouble Cured
and health and'strength restored to Mr. Casas after he had
suffered terrible agony for fifteen years. Mr. Casas
in his recent letter said: -
"I lmvo obtained excellent rcrfults
from tho iiro of Duffy's Pitro Mnlt
Whiskey unit I heartily recommend II.
Your Mult Whiskey Is n inngnlllccnt
Ionic stimulant for the ngod. I have
MIL .IAVli;it UASAS.
nocil It for Rtotnnch troubles nml other
iillinentB. Slnco tho year ISS.'i, I had
been suffering with n Icrrllilo pain In
Iho kidneys and hlnddcr as a result
of going out ono freezing night at
midnight, without mucli clothes on, to
ntako water. I tried to euro myself
with Heveral hcrhs, which made mo
feel hotter, hut nricrwnrds I had nil
kinds of trouhles, mid In 11)09 I wus
r-o sick that my sight bceamo affect
ed, nnd I vviih without any strength,
, "I used various medicines nnd al
though they did mo somo good at first,
nt tho end I folt worse, until I hegnn
with your magnificent Ionic stimulant
It used Is as prescribed! now tho
stontarh trouble In gone, nndi that
weak feeling has disappeared and I
feel almost cured. I am fiB years old.
"Thanking yon very sincerely, I
am, yours very truly,
llnrlnndn da la Ilocn.
Montcmnrclcs, N. K, Mexico."
Dutfy's I'm i! Malt WhlHkey Is an
ahsolutcly intra distillation of malted
grain, great raro bfelng used to liavo
ocry kernel thoroughly malted, thus
producing a liquid food, Ionic and
stimulant, requiring no digestion. In
the fin in of medicinal whiskey. Its
linlatahillty ami freedom from Injur
lous unbalances remled It so Hint It
can ho retained by tho most sensltlvn
stomach, It brings Into action all thn
vital foK'cs, It makes digestion per
fect and enables you lo get front tho
food you cat till tho nourishment It
Its gentlo and Invigorating proper
ties Inlluenro for good cory Import
ant organ of tho body.
Ministers of tho (lospcl, doctors of
medicine, nurses and people ovcryl
whero tinlto in commending DutTy'B
I'uro Malt Whiskey a perfect tonic
stimulant ,tlio nun true medicinal
whlskoy. It Is n promoter of health
and longevity,' makes the old feel
young and keeps tho young strong
Sold overywhero IN SEAI.III) HOT
TI.KS ONLY. Wrlto for medical book
let nnd doctor's advice, both sent free.
The Huffy Malt WhNkrj Co.,
Ilipclieslcr, N. Y V. S. .1,
Emma SL., above Vineyard
SINGLE ROOMS AND 8UITES
WITH AND WITHOUT PRI
VATE BATH. ENTIRELY MOS-QUITO-PROOF.
A PRIVATE HOTEL
IN WHICH QUALITY IS REACHED
THROUGH MOST CAREFUL AT
TENTION TO THE DETAILS IN
MANAGEMENT. HOUSE IS IN
LARGE GROUNDS IN WHICH THE
HAND OF THE LANDSCAPE GAR
DENER IS APPARENT EVERY
WHERE. LANAIS AND LOUNGE
APPEAL TO PERSONS WHO ENJOY
COMFORT) THE CUISINE AND
SERVICE ARE ALL THAT A COM
PETENT CHEF AND TRAINED
WAITERS CAN SUPPLY.
Tho rooms r larne, perfectly von
tilated and protected against mosqui
toes. Electric lighting Is by plant on
tho grounds. Stable and garage for
use of guests. Plunge and showers on
Hie grounds. Perfoctly constructed
tennis court, cement walks and broad
driveways contribute to tho attractive
ness of the COLONIAL.
The furnishings of this hotel were
carefully selected to harmonlzo with
the architectural effects of tho building.
Not B detail, from tho floor ruqs to the
tapestries on the walls, has been over
looked. TERMS ON APPLICATION
Weekly Bulletin SI Per Year
JUlHUi STANLEY returned on tho
Manila Lo.i yesterday from a busi
ness trlti tn Hawaii.
SAM KUI.IINOI, or Walluku, Is in
Honolulu cm a business trip. Ilo ar
rived yesterday ami will Btny only a
ATTOHNKY C. W ASI1KOIII) ar
rived on (lie Muunn t,on yesterday
after making a visit of sovetal weoks
MISS HOI1Y t'AOH, who lias been
III for a collide of weeks, Is reported
to lie mending fast nnd will ho up and
KIINIIST MOHKS Ilia well known
Illlo business man, has returned to
a passenger in tho Hoiiolulati. He
has Mimic a brief visit lo the main
land. JOHN II. UVANS, ncllng Coventor
of the island of Palawan, I. I , was
a visitor to Honolulu during tho bilef'
stay of the transport Sherman at the
nn:i) ii, niuurrrs, or providence.
R. I., who emtio lo Hawaii several
years ago as a tourist, expects to
revisit tho Wands during tho present
WJI.UAM CIIII.I.INHWOIITII and
Mrs. Ohllllngworlh, who have' been
making their residence In Honolulu
during Iho legislature and later, will
ictiirn to Maul next Tuesday.
JOHN KMMKI.ltTII, son or tho Into
John liuimcluth, lias tcturned to Ho
nolulu from the Const. Ilo Is hero on
a hrlct visit and was an arrival In the
Matson steamer llnnnlulan.
C. II. W. NORTON has returned to
Honolulu nflcr hnving mailo his' homo
on tho mainland for several voars
Ilo was nt una time In Mexico hut Is
more recently rront Seattle.
WAM.ACi: COOI'HIt recently grad
uated from tho University of Caliror
nla has accepted a iKtsltlon as civil
engineer on tho now construction
work nt Kllaueu plantations.
LIKUT. WIIICHTSON and Mrs.
Wrlglitson woro tho only passengers
leaving tho United States army turns
port Sherman at tills port. They are
returning flout Manila to the main
KUNKST A. COniHNOTON, in olh
clal connected with tho 1'hllipplnc
llurcaii or Agriculture, Is n through
passenger In the United States army
transport Sherman that left hero tills
morning for San Francisco.
WILLIAM C. ACIII, .(r., who has
been uUcndlng Stanford University,
returned In thn city as a passenger
In Uio Matson Navigation steamer Ilo
tiolulan. lie will remain In lite Is
lands during Iho summer vacation.
ALKN'ANIinil (JltlOKl, doekmayter
for tho United States Navy Depart
ment, with headquarters at Olpngupo,
I Philippine Islands, was among the
through passengers Journeying It Hie
, homeland in Iho unity transport Sher
man. I MISS MAUY IIUMI'HUnY nml Miss
UiuIko llelle, two well known mem
' hers of tho United States army liursb
corps, vWlled Honolulu yoaterdny dtir-
' lug the slay of tho troopship Sh'irmati
In which they- nio traveling to the
, CLIITOItl) 1). HAM, a prominent
ollicial connected with Iho Ilureau of
I Customs In Manila, and now In .Mi, use
or wharves ami docks there, Is on his
I way to the mainland for six months
t leave of absence. Mr. Ham will visit
I his old homo at Dubuque, Iowa, wlutra
at ono Unto ho was associated with Ilia
' publication of tho Duhuquo Herald, a
' leading Democratic newspaper Ihcro.
i PUDLIC MEETING.
A public meeting of the sanitation
and health committee of the Ito.it il of
Supervisors i to bo held on Monday
levelling at 7 30 o'clock In tho Ameui
lldy H.tll, Mclntyro building, to discuss
thn proposed building ami sanitary or
dinance. Suggestions In writing are
Jealousy is as hard t' hide as a b.un
drum. Speakin' o" Hi' high cost o'
courtin', who kin remember when all a
feller needed will a narrow buggy an'
a sack o' cinnamon drops?
To run errands Applv at Uernhner'n,
II7K 1777 Alakea m ms-tr
Lot 100x300, I'liuniil Ave, M0 feel from
Willie St. Terms reasonable Ap
ply to J. Jl MniKiirrnt, private oltlco.
District Court. t!Ur,-fit
R00M8 AND BOARD.
Tvvn-iiieiiln, n dny, In vicinity ot Din
iiinml Head. State lowest price and
when I can cult to sec. Address
Roomer." llullct)! laiS-tl
IIIkJi grade bicycle reptlrlng; exierl
work. New wheel at lowest price
Also suitcases nnd trunks N Kugl
Kikl, 195 Hotel St. near Ulver.
Korean employment oiileu. Competent
mule and female help or all kinds on
sluut notice. Tel 2011. 1133 Union.
DRESS IN STYLE
Buy clothing that is
known clothing that is
dependable. Be sure to
get a make that has a
This is the most impor
tant feature for the man
who would dress in style.
This Store handles only
the best of-everything.
Men come here for the
first 'arrivals, and de-
pend on our judgment.
rlf&Bf fftM ""V
I''ul!iido Kmiiloymcnt (Itllee Cooks,!
waiters, yardliois. King at t'um h
bowl. - 9ir-tf
, HC'S COMING.
Iln's (omhig unit ho will get you It your
plumbing is tint lip to the standard
prescribed l the Hoard of Health.
WII()7 Wliv tho sanitary Inspector.
IICAT HIM TO 1T1 Seo Almeida, the
sanitary plumber. "THC HAI'IJ AND
ONLY WAY." Nik 11 I'auahl SL:
Tel 2195. J 4flir,-lm
Iirgo lirowu leather handbag, Initialed
"J. V. T.". rontiilnliig meat and
esgs. rinilcr relurii to C. t. Yee
.lloi'."C Co and reeeivo reward
Tho sanitnry regiilatloiii arn Mrlct
Save jourself trouble by being pro-
pared befurebsnd Hnvn ("lias. It Il
lares, the sanitary plumber, look over
iour work I'll years' experlenco lias
inado him cmnpelrnt. 1116 Union St
aarBULLETIN ADS PAV-
JIr Jack CS miner, tlio wellrknown
society woman and wealthy art pntinn.
Is !)lng dniiRerously 111 at lier resl-
ilemo In floloii. I'liysleins ami
Iiurse-i aro at her bedside and her eon
(lit Ion H said to be extremely critical.
ARMY AND NAVY
Colonel Homer Wlieeler left in.hiv
on Iho Sherman for tho coast and will
retire ftom artlvo service In tho near
ruturo nflcr fortj years In tho armv.
Ho was I.lcutennnt-Colonel or tho nth
Cavalry iiutil his leccnt iiromotloii
and Is now uunsslgncd.
Major Ilenson, nth Cavalry, sailed
for Iho mainland on tho Slieiiuan for
Ihreo months' leave or nhbenrc.
Sergeant Krod U.incnift, Mil Infan
try, returns to his leglment at I'latls
burg llarrnrks, New York. Mancioft
has licen delallcd for ben Ice with
Hawaii National Cuaid for tho p.i.t
With tho arrival of two more h.it
lerles or tho First I'icld Artillery In
July, Schnllelil llarracks will lmvo an
other musical orgattlratlnii making
tlueo in all. Tho fith Cavalry ami 2ml
Infantry havo heir niuslca! nrganl-
ratlons now and with tho artillery
baud Scliollcld will ho a musical po3t
Tho deillcatiou of tho now Atigus
tana college JjO.flOO Ubriny, at llocit
Island, III , tho glt of tho Deiikmnntt
family, lumber land (itMicin, will tale
place May 31. nt tho annual com
$3 up to $12
Coyne Furniture Co.
YOUR CREDIT IS COOD
SHOT CAT THAT
ATE THE CHICK
"You shot a cat, did you not?"
Clins. r Chlllngworth.
"Yes, I shot a cat." S. Kalilklkolo.
"You did not know its owner nt Iho
time, did nii7"
"No, I did not know Us owner"
Tltero questions and answers caus
ed laughter In police court room this
morning, during the trial nt S. Ka
lilklkolo, wlin was charged with hav
ing killed a cat with a shot gun The
cat belonged lo i;, Collins, but as it
helped hlmsvir to n small chick, widen
belonged lo Kalilklkolo, tho latter
shot tho animal.
The report or tho gun brotiRht one
tlio matter lo IiIh mother, who camo
tut nnd exchanged words with Ka
lilklkolo. Iloth Collins and his wlfo testified
on (ho stand that defendant Kalilkl
kolo did maliciously kill their rat.
Aftor tho burial of lltelr iot cat lltoy
Bworo out a y arrant, charging Knhlkl
knlo with malicious Injury. After
Judge Mousarrnt had listened to tho
stories or both sides, ho discharged
tho defendant for lack of evldenco.
Prosecuting Attorney Drown appeared
for the (ouiplulnants and Chllllng
Wfiiili lepiet-euled Kalilklkolo.
Jack Cudaliy of Knntn.s City and 1C
Von 1'alil or St Louis, who will pilot
the St Louts No 4 balloon In the na
tional 'liiulitntlnn race nt ivnmiim miv
or Collin's rlilldiiMi to yio weno Ho next Julj. urn to attempt to fly over
haw their rat drop to tho ground,' I'lke's I'.iik, In Colorado, within tho
nflcr It had been shot Ilo rerlodnext week'or two.
vr t nt
Attractive New Goods at Sachs'
Tailored Linen Suits
In natural shailo This week wo
lmvo received another shlpuuj'ut
or these popular Rurmeuts, All
Hles, Si to 44 $12.S0
Wrappers and Kimonos
of riotM leil Kerpeiillnii Cr-io.
Ihiiidro or sluiped badt; fuKteu-
oil at side, satin trimmed
. . .,2, $2.50, $2,70, $3.00 and $f
I'lalli shiidiio, with pnlti iMiider in
(.oulrastliiu udot'H.. . .-10c par yird
- New Silk Parasols
AM rhndi's IheliidlUH lll "'oiolia
lloll IHlic mid Helen" I'lllli. nt
Sachs' Sale of Summer Draperies
Airy, Artistic Draperies for Summer. Sunshine and breezes will not harm them. They are intend
ed for hard service and frequent launderings. They are durable, beautiful, and withal most inex
pensive. In leaf greens, soft wood tones, and pretty delft effects, they impart the atmosphere of
cool simplicity, which is the chief charm of the summer home. Sale Prices, 15c, 20c and 25c yd.
SALE NOW GOING ON
SALE NOW GOING ON
SACHS DRY GOODS COMPANY
Frco Delivery to any pnrt of tho
City or Suburbs
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