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" MAUI MO URNS f
MBMBte- BALDWIN'S DEATH nilArt.ro
, K ' I 4T; U wfcZTWS- Poard of Supervisors Passes J VSV1 I
' 5 frVrf&y i , JMfe-'&GtoL "f;&'i ResoMlons'of Respect to .-- ' 1
H:.:4,l ml His Memory. Purfi CjlK l J
srtStrVffijpjj .3sggB3fc I wailuku. .miy t5.-Y.day "-itt- '
1 '. l tl rPTRalflMl!' FTjLTSrm-'WOTfhBi' , Frnooii, tho Hoard considered thn re-
I 1' 11) Wl 111 f-iraKLgyJ-.f 0 CLf I'JTi-gJKXV am. t Xl rZ$Mrt&W.'- solutions of condolence for. the late MHaM - I
V 1 ' 5' !-' ttafSSs Mon " ' BM'n Inlnhlucr,! br Mr. , 1
: - fcfri!1!-: ulSfiffi2!r'i,ljKB Vw3KtyV Hcnnlng and seconded liy Mr. Drum- ' ' ' I
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LOOKS COMFORTABLE, DOESN'T IT
All of rPP' Porch nd cllt)e Furniture Is as comfortable and. durable as it looks,
flow Is the time to buy summer goods, and Just now our lines are tt their best.
Good, substantial, wall-made gcads, priced decidedly reasonable an j witliln the reach of every lover of
In sets and, odd pieces, made of
hardwood, frames extra heavy,
with continuous slat seat and
back dowel and screw construc
tion, finished in leaf green.
Six-foot 8wings with Chains,
Four-foot Settee to match, $16.
Arm Chair to match, $8.50.
Arm Rocker to match, S9.
pther style Chajrs and Rockers
In wood and matting upholstered
seats, $5.50 to $8.50 each. s
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY
Chairs, K.50 to $10.
Rockers, $7 to $11.
Tables, $10 to $12.
In natural and green finish.
Arm Chairs, $3.50 to $5.50.
Arm Rockers, $3.50 to $6.
Chairs, without arms, $2.50 to
Rockers, without arms, $2.75 to
Folding ''Canvas Chair, with
arms and foot rest, $3.M.
Rteamor Chairs, open cane seat
and back, $4.
Four-foot folding Settees, $1.75
Lawn Settees, metal legs, and
heavy slat seat and back, all slats
bolted on 4 ft, $8) 6 ft, $10.
Bentwood Lawn 8ettees, extra
heavy and well finished In greon.
-4 ft.$8f 6ft.,, $10.
Crox Grass Rugs are the only
perfect porch coverings and cot
tane rugs. They come In plain
and figured, n brown, greon or
blue. They aro the best, lowest
priced, longest wearipg rug ever
offered; prices, In plain colors!
9x12, $9) 8x10, $8 6x9, $5)
36x72, $1.50) 30x60, $1.25 21x48,
,75e.j 18x36, 50c.
Vudor Porch Shades keep the
porch cool and comfortable, will
stand all kinds of weather, and
last longer and look better than
any other style. They come In
the following sizes and paieosi
4 ft, $3.50 1 6 ft, $4.50 j 8 ft,
6.50 10 ft, $8.
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Inter-lsland and a It. & U Shipping
books for alo at theMiulletln
irdlca. 6()q each.' ' - -
Importer Fort St
Ilallctln Kdlloriul Itooui I'honc
22185. Uulleilu liuslopss OfUre
INSIST ON HAVIN.Q
Pau Ka Hana
FOR YOUR HOUSE
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers,
etc., manufactured by - the Bulletin
Beer In the Home
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, YprnJioine. will be heajthkr whe n vou
make free use of a eood beer.
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u.r, The Sturdiest peoples of the world drink
beer drink it from childhood to age.
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.. The carjy history of. our country proves the benefit of
drinking beer, lor the men who guided the-young nation
through the trials and perils of war1 andp-intcrn.il dissensions
were men vvjio nqt-only drank beer but personally interested
themselves in the hievving.
V. fa '
4 Knowing the value of beci as a lood for mind and body,
they pnepuraged is.usc by thps.e about them.
The proper drinking of beer is good for ilie weak arid
Be'surc to order tor your home-
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The Ytp.er Thft's R'pvfl
touit The Ciimole
llcforo the filial piisrngo of tlip re
solution, the chairman ' railed, upon
(hose of llio, clthcng. proFcut to mako
a few remarks. Comity Atiornov n
II. Case nnd District MqRlstratp W.
A. McKay rcsWmliM on bchalr of tho!
citizens nnd both npnko In highly eu
hiRlstlo ternm of th0 deeds of tlio ,p
ceascd who wns the foremost captain
v.. ......., j, ,i iviiuini; )iii)iirl8lk n
philanthropist, and a truo friend of
Tlip resolution wan tlien passed mi-nnlinousl)-.
At r p. m. tho Hoard adjourned un
til next month.
Tho resolution la as follows:
Whereas the Almighty Co., In his
Infinite wisdom, linn removed from
our midst our leader, filrn.i .. ri.
low citizen, the Hon. II. . ialilwJn;
Whereas for ninny years Mr. nalil
wlti rcprcscnlsd tho Island of Maul in
the I.cKlslatuio of this Territory:
Whereas. Mr. llaldwln u.ii Mm mmi
active, proRroRRlve. mid Just leador In
all mattcrx, social, commercial and
political, within this Comity, and was
l)V f.ir mil- mrifil urtitnlitnnl l,l....
Therefore ho It Itcsnhcd hy the
Hoard or ijiiivrMsors In mid for thu
County of Maul that we, tho repre
sentatives of nil tho citizens of the
county, mm on their hchalf, ilo, here
with express tho treat sorrow fi.it
hy all of our citizens at the loss of
our rc"ow citizen and Irlcrtil; that,
lecosnlzlnu In tho death of Mr. llald
wln, Maul, him lost n leader, a phi
lanthropist, mid a iloor of piod deeds,
second to nono'v iiml
Ilo It Further llcsolvcd that copies
or these resolutions he forwarded to
tho widow and children of tho deceas
ed, and published In tho "Maul
ration! Jowpli Allen, Manufacturer,
CullliiKHUood, New Jersey.
Ciisc! Olulictcs Mellltlis.
Diagnosis hy four physicians. Bald
tho psllent could nut recover.
Condition extreme, weight reduced
from 210 In 150 It's. - Could hardly
think, sleep or talk. Could not attend
to liiislncBH. The physicians were glv
Iiik opium to ferp putlt.it' conif.irtuldo
ll in II tlm enil cmie.
The recovery of it wealthy lady In
1'liltndolphla who wis also In tho Inst
stages of the dlseaso caused the treat
luent to ho changed.'
-A lino rwovery resulted. This was
alt five yenrs ago. As showlntr the
periiianenca of the results obtained Al
Ion Is still well mid attending to his
manufacturing business nt this writ
The ngent employed In both cases
win Pultons Diabetic Compound.
Diabetes Is now a curable disease In
pcoplo of middle ago and over who
have recuperative power.
The Compound can be had In your
city ut the Honolulu Drug Co.
Wii will mull literature from' this of
fice and desire' to pdvlso with every
ciIbc iiot yielding. , Bturt letters with
the age John J Kulton Co, HZ Ilat
.tery'st. (fan Francisco.
t WILL DC I'LATCU lUUttT
Tl.o champlon.hll; handball game
ivlll he played Hih nfternoon .it C
o'clork.iitiliip V. M.. cfA. lictwccn Nott
iTjiU M.ircilllilu. Until playen; iavewon
till their .games ,ind tho champion of
tjie tournament will ho decided this
The match Is expected to be n good
one. n lid the public Is Invited to attend.
?trc.'llliu Is picked un winner of the
litest, but- thcru arp ninny who he
,lleve Kutt can hold his own.
jfOUR DOLLARS FOR
BORING A HOLE
Four dollars and costs" of court was
the sentence handed dowif this morning
to Pal; tjung Ko, n Korean, by Police
Judge Moiisairut, for boring n holo
.through tlm fence of tl'm llonnlulii Ath-
letj Park, yrheriUy uflrr)ioon.
It was durliit; thp btrpifRlo Jielwcen
the Kiilus npd the Saints yesterday nft-
jyriioou lint 'ak begun to wrl on his
schema of boring a nolo In tho fenco,
tliiough which' he Intended to wutch tho
guinu. He had not iiitto tlnlbhcd his
ynrk when cinched by u special olllcer,
wlu delivered lilm to n regular. The
1 Korean was taken down to the police
ctatloir, and this morning Judge' Mmi.
irarnit sentenced Isles to pay u Una of
(1 mid tho costs of .court: '
-..i,i , jmlletla 11 r year.
Real Irish Laces'
PHOENIX SILK HOSE are made of
PURE'SILK and remain permanently silky,
never "bags" or shows "fuzz" after washing.
We guarantee six pairs to wear six months
without holes or we will replace with new
ones 'free of charge. Positively the best
value in the market. Jn all colors, at
4 ,; v
50c a pair
WITH FUEL OIL
The tAmerlcan-1Iavalin freighter
Arlzonnn with 'consignments of mer
chandise for a host of local Impott-
ers, and a large shipment of stool
and hrldgn material for II Ilo, and also
three thousand hands of fuel oil for
tho storage tanks or the Union Oil
Company Is holng rapidly discharged
and will he dispatched for Island
isirls on Thursday.
Tho Arizona) has been at tho port
for tho past forty-eight hours lies
plto tho misleading announcement
appearing In tho morning paper that
thu vessl was expected to arrive from
tho sound today. Captain Nichols
rciKuts a ralr dip down from the
Sound. Tho big freighter camo in a
day ahead of her regular schedulo
In order to get away for llllo wlmro
a large ipianllty of hrltigo and railway
nuileilnl must ho discharged.
lluslness men were pleased at thu
receipt of rorty sacks later mainland
mall iccclved on Salurduy afternoon
hy tho arrival or this vessel.
Tho merchandise shlpiivd from tho
Hast coast or tho United plates and
arriving hy tho Arlzmian left New
York In thu steamship American on
Mqy :nth and the Hawaiian on Mny
btn. 'inero was n ssedy traushlii
ment nctoss (hp IbIImmui or Tchiianto-
In loaylng hero, tho vessel will pro
cccd to llllo thejieo to Kahuliil nnd
Port Allen, departing from tho Isl
ands nn July 3n(h with nearly twelve
thousand tons sugar, dcstiuci) for Sa
Taking nearly Iwplyo thousuiul tour
sugar destined for Delaware Ilrcuk
walfir hy tho wny of thu Islmus or
Tchiuintepcc. tho Anipricaii-llnwalluii
freighter Alaskan Is rpportod to havo
sallgd from llllo today. Tho vcbsoI
will proceed o Sallna Crur thorp to
irnijsnip cargo in tho Atlantic side.
Tho vessel look on solno sugar while
"We rilrlcs Know
IlAJ (lojs 'Invisible' mean, daddy?" askerfJactrwho had never
hcnul tho word until daihly told hl(u and l.vclyu tho name ot
this hPdtlmo story. ,
"It means unseen," answered daddy. "Anything that Is In-'
lslblo cannot ho aeeu. Tho lady In tills s,tory was a rich nnd good woman
nio wanted very much to do good tojtho poor pcoplo In tho town In whlchl
sbe led. But sho ivas also very modes,!, Bnd she did not want It to ho known
that she did the good. Hlie wanted to go around and talk to tho poor people
uud find out, what they needed,, but (the did not llko her friends lo.knowi
about It. Ilut'lhat was a hrd thing to do, for, of course, when the poor folks'
received food oj- cofilig or mouay to pay doctors' hills or money to pay tho,
rent they protacri tho lady nnij tpd every onp ahopt It.
"Bo she did not knoyf jylint to do.' l sepmcd to her that sho piust glvp upi
her good work and let others do It for her. One day sho said tq herself. Oli
Jf I could only ho Invisible whlln I am 'coins; aiomid, thou could Icnvo tlioi
good things for the poor folks without their knowing who did It.'' Bhn said
lids to 'herself, lint out loud, ftobody heard It, howover, but a fairy who,
happenod to bo tlylng is fit iutlio air. Hbo was luvlslhlo hernelf, and It was'
lin easy matter for her to mskb tho lady Invisible. '
"Tho next day the fairy called on tho lady. 'I hear you wish to make!
yourself Invisible.', said she, 'In orderjto keep on doing, good without being1'
seen.' . '
"'Ves,"sald tho Indy, 'but I can't imagine how you know It. I am sure I
never epoko to any one about It.' , :
" 'Well,1 said tho fairy, ',wo fairies know everything. If you really want to
ucconio Invisible I can tell you how. Always carry with you this package, of
fern sued. If you have Ittnbout you no pyrsoi) will bu-nhlo to sou you. Tho
fairies can do.'so, hut that need not bqther you, for they will nuyor lutcrfcro
with you.! , ,
"Tho Indy thanked tho fairy, took tho packet of fern seed nud put It into
her pocket. 'I think I'll try It now,' slui said to tho fairy. 'Uo so,' said sho.
"When the lady, went out Into'.the s(rcct sho was astonished to Uud that uo
ono.notlcedbcr. KolkB wulkcd right past her as though they did not seo her,
uud. Indeed, thoy really did not seo her. Bho was ahlo to go Into nnd out ofj
houses without ntiy one noticing her, only, of course, sho had to be careful uot
to tnueh anybody or tiiyllilug. And n sho could visit tho poor and relluvo
their wnnts'and do lis much good ns slip llkiil without belngseen." ;
ii Clogged up
That' Wh Ym'n Tlul-Arf
sorts Hava No AsssMsw
wii pat you right
la a tew days.
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