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I3VENIN0 BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T H . TUESDAY NOV 10 1103
NOW ON DISPLAY.
Just Opened at Sachs'
Day and night our entire
force has been working to
open and attractively display
the new goods personally
selected by our Mr. Sachs
in New York.
Beautiful new goods for
every department are in
cluded and the quantity is
so great that each day
brings out many new and
Visit our establishment now
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd,
Art League Pictures
Light and Dark
:-?"51 All Un.i, Pv.n.1.,)
'Phone Main 287
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Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works, Ltd.
J76-J80 KING STREET.
mri Goods Territory Harness Shop m Boms
nne HARNESS and SADDLES ana Up-to Dato HOnsn ROOTS.
S54 S. KINO ST. E. L. NEWMAN, Manager.
The Kllohana Art Leaguo opened Its
twentieth semiannual exhibition last
right with a prlate lov attended by
the members and Invited guests only.
Tho exhibition, generally speaking, If)
not as good as usual. This Is especial
ly truo of tho water colors. A largo
nrr.iber of the pictures showed a lack
of the technique which Is absolutely
necessary to produce tho clear and
light aspect essential to a good water
color sketch. It Is especially In the
skies that this fact Is noticeable. Tho
ell paintings hold a higher average,
Of the water colors Mrs. Helen Kcl
ley's productions arc easily head and
shoulders above tho rest. Mrs. Kelley
lias the necessary technique, chooses
ber subjects well and executes them
with tasto and clearness. Mrs. Kel
ley's two largo pictures "After Cocoa
r.uts at Walklkl" and "Play-Time", an
excellent beach picture are wltbnut
doubt tho gems of the water color col
lection There were also a number of
charming smaller pictures from Mrs.
Impressionism ua represented by
Philip If Dodge and Mr -May Mutt
Srrl'h Dlrd Mrs nird hat a er good
picture, "Tho Early Morning Light on
the Call Ilulldlng, San Kranclsco",
whllo Mr. Dodge's principal wotk of
this kind Is one of his fnorlto Vene
tian Impressions Mr Dodge also has
i.oeral good bits from Southern Call
fornla Miss Edith King Is a prolific oxhlult
or with pictures of both Hawaiian and
Calirornlan subjects The latter mliat
bo said to be generally superior to th
Julian Grecnwell also Ins a number
of views on exhibition, one or two of
which arc ory good
Lau Sheong's "Duck Ponds" also de
Among tho oil paintings Matteo San
dona's two largo cam asses, "Sudden
Lights" and "nosle", arc easily tho
best. While tho careless drawing of a
hand somewhat mars tho effect of the
first of these, the splendid light and
shadow effect nnd the exquisite faco
aro etccllcnt The second plcturo
seems to be much better than the first.
Mrs Henry Hlghton has two studies
of Chinese children, "A Smphony In
Pink' and ' doing to the Joss House",
of which the latter Is especially good.
Mrs May Mott Smith Hint hns a
pleasing eamag. "Iras tho Egjptlan"
and ' Scrub Oaks", a stud in poster
A case of miniatures by Ethel M.
Klchardson was a pleasing rhanga
from somn of the fo called mlnliturcs
which have graced the Kllohana cxhl
billons In former ears
Ferdinand Sennits' "Legend of St.
Ccorge" Is nn odd old fashioned series
of four pictures In plaque effect
Ernest Parker's "Ornpe Panel" Is a
ery decorative plcco of work
Among tho other exhibitor are Wal
ter E Pinkham. Mrs W. SI. Oraham,
L T Chcong, Orace Robertson Slary
Laughllu Deardmore, Dr. Wm L.
Sloore, Ethel SI Ulehardson. L Teng
Shcong, Sirs. Robert Slore, Annlo II,
Parke, Allan Dunn. Cordelia Oilman,
Sirs Hello Jones, .Miss A. It. Tabor,
Nettle W. King and Alleo Spalding
Tho exhibition will be open to public
inspection from now until No ember
21 from 9 a m. until u p m. nnd from
T until 9 p. m.
Today In the People's Amusement
corner on page 6 of The Ilullctln there
appears a new prize puzzle which will
run until Monday, November the 30th,
on which date it will close. The only
condition placed upon tho winner of
the prize is that the correct answer b
The prize offered Is a six months
subscription to The Evening Ilullctln,
Tho puzzle editor will tnko chargu
of and duly register In his puzzle hook
all answers as before In the popular
n A P. prlzo puzzle contest Th
name of the successful gupssei will bii ,
published In these ci lunins and pomu
of the best of tho o.her solution re
ceived. In this prlzp puzzle as In the other
one Just completed the puzrli- editor
suggests nt the outset that exorethlng
be taken Into consideration Thero Is
no catch, nothing that ou cannot
guess, but of course you must uso
Send In all our solutions to II A P
as before, as this address being so
closely associated with The llullctiu's
Amusement Corner will bo continued
as a puzzle address. Start todaj , keep
at It tomorrow.
CM TOM GALLED
At 9 o'clock tomorrow morning,
Judge Dc Rolt wilt call the following
cases for the purpose of having them
set down as ready for tllal. ur for other
Goo Wan Hoy v. Samuel Kanl
Wheeler. Osgood & Co , L I) Kerr
. Co, Ltd
Manufacturers Shoe Co , Ltd , v
John V. Colburn.
J II. Klsher v S Kubey and P.
J O. Carter v. K. Katkiln.ilnule et
A V. Carter, administrator, v W
Puukl Hannpl, et al , v Honolulu
Cecil Drown v. J W A Kedhnuse
11 S Gregory L. 11 Kerr, defend
ant, W SI Campbell, garnishee
Henry Loo Kong Lnl Sil
lluwaiian Trust & Investment C'n , v
Annie Ilarton, et,al.
Young In (Juon v SInr Ylm
I. 1, SIcCandlcs3 v Wnhlucuul (w )
Samuel Kanbu v. Kauhine Nnopenpe,
John Emmcliitb, trustee, v. Mai) I,
I Manuel I) Sllvcrli v I. Ahlo
Jose Kurtado W. C Aehl.it ll.
Inter-Island Telegraph Co.. Ltd , v.
Henry W Howard.
Henry Smith v Hamakua Mill Com
pany I Ylm Jin Kong ct al , doing business
a Sing Chan Co v Leo Hal Hlug, do
ing lAislness as Shun Lung Yuen Kee
John II Estate Ltd v. Terrltor of
RHEUMATIC : CURE
COST NOTHINGJF IT FAILS.
Any honest person who suffers from
Rheumatism Is welcome to this offer.
I am a specialist In Rheumatism, and
have treated more cases than any oth
er physician, I think. For 16 year I
made 2,000 experiments with different
drugs, tes'ln- all known remedies
while searching the world for some
thing bettor. Nine years ago I found a
costly chemical In Germany which,
with my previous discoveries, gives mo
a certnln cure.
I don't rrcan that It can turn bony
joints Into flesh again; but It can euro
tho disease at any stage, completely
rnd forever. I have done it fully 100,
I know this so well that I will fur
rlsh my remedy on trial. Blraply
write mo a postal tor my hook on
Rheumatism, and I will mnll vou an
crder on your druggist for six bottles
Dr Shoop's Rheumatic Cure. Take It
for a month nt my risk. If it succeeds,
the cost Is only 3 SO If It falls, I will
ray the druggist mvsclf- and your
ncro word thnll deride It.
I mean that exactly. If 5011 say tho
icbuHs aro not whnt I claim, I don't ex
pect a penny from jou.
I have no samples. Any moro sam
ple that can affect chronic Rheuma
tism must be drugged to tho verge of
danger. I use no such drugs, nnd It Is
felly to take them You must get tho
disease, out of tho blood.
Sly remedy does that oven In the
most difficult, obstlnato cases. It has
cured tho oldest cases that I over met.
And In nil my experience In nil my
t.OOO tests I never foand another rem
rdy that would euro one chronic caso
Write me and I will send )ou the or
('or Try my remedy for a month, as
It can't In nn ou, anyway. V It falls
It Is free.
Address Dr. Shoop, Dox 3.11, Ra
Sllld cases, not chronic, nro often
cured by one or two bottles. At all
The Highlit Priced but the Heit Quality,
Knplol inl Estate, Ltd , v Territory
William G. Irwin v Teirltorj of Ha
waii. Solomon Kiual v Teirltoiy of Ha
waii J O Carter, et nl , trustees Terrl
torj of Hawaii
J O Carter, et al , trustee v Terri
tory of Haw nil
I () Cartel, 1 1 nl , tn Mies v Terri
tory of Hawaii
I O Carter. 1 1 al , tn Moes, v Terri
tory of 1 law nil,
J O Ciirtir ct nl , tnibtets v Terri
tory of Hawaii,
Xante It Uliuv Terrltorj of Hivvall
Kaneohe Rnueli Cu , Ltd, v. lerrl
tor of Hawaii.
0 1I111 U L Co . v Terrltorj of
II Curtvv right, tn.&tee, v Tcirltnry
Anna Peir.v, tt nl, v leriltorj of
1 law nil.
Hi urc C 11 iw right, trustee, Terrl
torj of Hawaii
Iliuco Caitwrlght. trustee t nl., v
Teirltorj of Hawaii.
John do Tries v. Tenltorj of Ha
waii Lllluok il ml v Tertltory of Hawaii
L L SUfnndlins v Terrltorj of Ha
waii Slarj Linos v. Tcirltory of lliwnll
Ablgill K Canipl ell, et il tiutieei,
v Terrltorj of Ha'vaii
All Lints in wbl h the putles have
niiNwond ic id) will bo taken up for
tr il In their order when leiehtd 10
Midlcss of the tnannci of the dlspoal
1 11:11 of pieiedli.g (lite
T1.0 Weekly Edition ot the Evening
Bulletin gives a coin pie to summary ol
'the nows of tho dxy.
PRECINCT RETURNS OF MAUI COUNTY
Telephone Main 72
P. O. BOX BOS
ALL ORDERS DISL1VHRBD FRO! OF CIIARGU.
RcprcBcntcd by MAIN QC7 KAAIIUMANU
R. L. HCOTT.
DR. J. B. De FARIA,
PHYSICIAN, SURGEON AND OBSTETRICIAN.
Formerly externa and Interna of the Maternltr nd Hospital for Women
of Lisbon (Europe).
Female Diseases and Confinement Cases a Specialty.
Office and Residence 1123 Alakea 8t Office Ho"'-s From 10 a. m. to
12 M,J 2 to 4, and 7 to 8 p. m. Telephone Main 407,
V. O. Box 195. TBI 18.
WINO WO CHAINO
THE OLDE8T CHINESE FIRM IN HONOLULU.
Staler In Fine Silks and Grata Linens. Chinese and Japanett Qoodt el
All Kindt NUUANU STREET
e - - m .
The Bulletin, 75cts, per month
The .Maui News sajs of Maul County
Tile News courteously extends con
gratulations to the winning candidates
and sincerely hopes that II may be
eventually justified In extending like
congratulations to tho peoi lo ot Maul
At present writing however It gives
ooo tho shivers to look over tho list
of winners. There Is no doubt but that
the coalition of the Democrats and
the Homo Rulers, tended to greatly
strengthen tho Home Rule ticket, nnd
The detailed vote of Slaul County
W II C'ornwcll, Jr II R U
A N Iliijselden-H 48
J K Illlilu II It os
J K Iosppa It . , .18
G P Kaulmakaolc II II CI
W II King II 41
C L Kookoo II R 02
T II Lyons II H 60
T T .Meyer II 77
W P Pogue R 4J
L SI Ilaldwln It 45
W White It. It CO
1). II Kahanlello II R 72
D. Sloiton It 42
L II Crook II R 50
W A .McKay It 46
ASSESSOR AND TAX COLLECTOR,
I) K Kahaulcllo 11. It 66
W T. Robinson It , 44
N W Alull-R 43
J Richardson II II 7t
P Cotketl II R f,7
P Wlttrock II 47
II Howcll-R 17
J K Kahookclo II II C7
tho best men on the ticket nre from
the Democratic ranks No pirtleulnr
individual stnngth manifested Itself
however, ami no matter who hud been
on cither ticket, the result would have
been the same.
The new officials will find them
selves up ngalnst a bard pioposltion,
for tho Initiation of county government
on Maul will prove no child R plaj As
the News editorial!) suggests, our new
olllicrs should be given a fair chance
tn establish an honest and economical
lounty govcrnmint, nnd If they fall to
do so, then It will be time enough to
pitch In to them.
Sumo curlosltj Is felt ns to whether
all the new olllclals' will bo nlile tu
jglve the requited bonds In caso of
Kllrh fiilliirc. mi flu nirt rif tin, antior.
vlsorw, the (loicrnor appoints and for
cither otIUers the Hoard ot Supervisors
I holds the appointing power. It seems
llkelj nt pitscnt tint several of the
tievvlj elected nllUers will bo unable to
give bonds, unless thosuretj compiulcs
care to take tho rUk
Tho total vote on Maul was some
thing over 1300, and the avcrugu Home
Rule majority Is about 100
Is King !
Be up-to-date. Disoensc with dirt and danger
along with your kerosene lamps.
Wc arc always pleased to submit estimates.
Phone us at MAIN 390.
Hawaiian Electric Go., Ltd.
Office King: Street.
NOW WE'RE OFF? J
Wc arc prepared to supply the People
& of Honolulu with Freshest of
Also, GARDEN PRODUCE ot all
kinds. BUTTER, EGGS, CHIC
KENS, TURKEYS, SUCKING
PIGS, BACON, HAM, in fact every
A FIRST CLASS MARKET
is called upon to furnish.
The ISLAND MEAT CO.,
HERBERT E. CARES, Manager.
TELEPHONE MAIN 76.
HIND, ROLPH & CO., AGENTS.
FORT ST., OPP. LOVE DLDQ.
UNION EXPRESS CO., Ltd.
FIRST-CLAS3 FURNITURE VANS, DRAY AND DELIVERY WAGONS AL-
WAYS ON HAND.
We check baggage on all outgoing steamers. Our representatives meet all
In coming boats.
3 DAYS' FREE STORAGE.
832 FORT STREET.
TEL. MAIN 86.
1120 NUUANU STREET. HONOLULU, H. T.
JAPANESE DRY GOODS.
TFLHPIIONl! Willi II U!t7l.
M, R. COUNTER,
EXPERT WATCH REPAIRER.
Company, j K.-
All makes of complicated
and plain WATCHL'S and
CLOCKS put In thorough
order and Kiiaranteed to
o prvpf STRPPT Jewelry Repaired and Manufactured.
JUST RECEIVED A Full
Assortment of Fishing Nets,
Ncttinp; Twine, Harness, Sad
dle and Latigo Leather, Rubber
and Cotton Hose, Horse Shoes
and Horse Shoe Nails, Paints,
Oils and Varnishes, Brushes o
all kinds, Packing, Belting, all
Sites, Engineers' and Plumbers'
en ns follows
41" 5I e.1'
71' 8I 91' 101' IIP 121' 13P 141' 15P Total
12 14 120
38 2 228
48 16 30 109 22
16 19 34 30 0
17 13 26 36 E
43 13 45 100 23
22 19 41 35 6
44 8 24 101 21
15 13 41 30 7
48 17 27 105 23
40 12 31 101 25
23 19 37 31 I
20 18 45 3'. 6
42 10 21 101 23
48 12 23 92 21
15 18 41 II 9
49 7M eleited
I" 717 eleiteil
42 687 elceled
15 723 elected
16 791 elected
20 70 33
IS 79 42
10 72 42
27 77 31
16 69 35
21 89 16
18 71 45
19 75 32
DRS. WATERHOUSE and JUDD,
Corner Miller nnd Ilerctanla streets.
Telenbono White 3492.
Ur. Waterhouse, 10 to 12 a. m.; 2 to
3 p m.: 7.30 to 8, Monday, Wodnor
day and Trlday openings.
Residence tclcphouo Hluo 1152.
Dr Judd, 9 to 10 a. m ; 4 to 6 n. in ;
7 30 to 8, Tuesday, Thursday and
Telephone lllno 221.
Sundays, 10 to 11 a. ra.
DR. ARCHIBALD N. SINCLAIR.
Offices Rooms 208 209 Ilostou build
ing. Fort Street.
Telephones Office Mala 386; Real I
Jtnce, Walto ?S61.
Hours 11 a. ni. to 1 p. in.; 4 to 6
,.-. m.; V to S p ni ; Hundns, 12 to 2 p in. '
P. O. Rox 801. .
1142 Love Block,
W. W. Wright Co. Ld.
hao opened a horseshoe
ing department tn connec
tion with their carrlago
shop, etc. llalng secur
ed tho services of a first
class shoer, thoy aro pre
pared to do all work In
trusted to thorn In a first
H, J, NOLTE,
Rapid Transit Rlectrlc Cars arrive
at, and depart from, the main entrance
of the Moana Hotel every ten minutes.
MOANA HOTEL CO., JTD.
Mrs. C L. Dickerson,
U8J ALAKEA STREET.
Beaver Lunch Room
i O AVID DAYTON
137 MERCHANT 8TREET.
! LOTS FOR SALE
j In KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION,
I KALIHI, and other desirable localities
I Also 1 JUMP SEAT DUCKROAHD,
second hand; good as now.
i B, BERGERSEN,
The leading Milliner of Honolulu,
gets more goods and new styles bv
Fine Job Prlntliii
lie old Sewing Macblno Agent, la still
o business at 942 BETHEL STREET,
Stock on Hand New Royal, Service,
t thn el j i t Standard and Ever Ready Hand M
Mi'JlfriiillMiniilif."! I ti'MMIiiii tt.lill U illfaliQlHi intuitu lj