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', Pago 8, NSW TO-DAY, for Now Ads.
tcfooitfl, jugglers, conjurors, wire
wfUcfra, lady soloist, dancers, etc,
Jjofy Kalmukl Zoo, Friday, 7:30 p.
Eft3CSE-On Vineyard St
MOUSE On Beach at Walklkl.
Off'jno:S In Walty Iliilldlng.
tfZKViK On Fort Street, oppostto
1AJ2ii7OUSES On Queen Street.
ttitjcav! and Unimproved l'ropcr
Svjraws a all parts of tho City.
UISIIOl' & CO.,
ix. toutllUg: with basi'iucnt. sin-el door
ijifl TjiiJalrs, cheap. Loiated on Nil-1
rtanr. acnr King street. Inquire of!
Acbrv Jlros., King near NuiianUi
i'toci'A Rooms Housekeeping al
Iserox; cool and mosquito proof. Ala
oc Uouce, Alakea St. bet. Hotel and
tfxitBfwuible furnished room; prlvnto
CJoxjw; largo garden; only $G
raxirfli. CS Kukul St. near Fort.
frnrvtr painted B-room cottage; sanl
djry plumbing. River St Apply J.
W. L'odmere, Dcthel and King.
T2kiwe who want good furnished rooms
MIZ And them at THE NKW ERA.
ca cott street, on their own terms.
Eturiehcd housekeeping rooms nt Cot--tiffs
Oroe. Also live-room furnished
ctUxro. Inqulro No. 8. 3125-tf
Oretajw 1413 Alnpal St. near Quarry
.U 5 rooms, etc.; $10, water Includ--ni;
tlno view. 3192-lw
Cto&Lccs ( Chrlstly Lane. Apply
Wree KwJ, Smith St, mauka Hotel
vjLi ttnnt room and rooms for light
OintiMskccplng. 1121 Adams Lane.
eviCT furnished mosquito proof rooms.
LfiA Vineyard St 2728-tf
'JeTszccV&ed rooms at 1223 Emma street
Mrs. McConnelL 2563
325 Vineyard St near
L itrga black setter dog; is wearing
a. cottar with tag and will answer to
rie name of Charlie. Finder notify
W. Wall and recclvo reward.
One gold-mounted side-comb.
Cilf office for reward.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening I
SoIMin gives a complex summary of ,
SVe new t the day. I
Hawaiian Ballasting Company.
JTLeat black sand from $2 to 3 a load
r.ccoordlng to distance hauled. Coral
v. rocks for stable, roads and slde
"wsilks; firewood. Third door below
Kims, Maunakea SI; P. O. box 820.
IMepbono Main 396.
DYEING AND CLEANING.
lfmura dye (any color) and cleant
jrAsCies; repairs bicycles and fur
xlahon empLyees. 520 King St
C 4-Upnohl Clothes cleaned, repaired
eoi tired. 537 Beretanla St
For house-help, phone White 2891, Ma
Idld. General Employment Office,
toor. Fensacola and Beretanla.
CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS.
Wing Chong, cor. King and Bethel,
Contractor and Builder, and Dealer
tn furniture; manufacture all kinds
nf Ka Snlture. 3139-tf
W. HJral Builder, Contr, and Employ.
tnent Office; Phono Main 161; Ber-
Uala bet Smith and Maunakea,
Ombretlas repaired and brass polish-
Ibm. Takata, 1284 Fort Ht
Tr nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion Shop, 1111 Fort St
Two houses and lot, 100x130, at Kft-
palamn. near Kalulanl School, for
merly residence of II. It. II, Ruth
KcellkolanJ. Two lots. 50 x 130, ad
joining same. At a Bargain. P. K.
It. Strauch, Walty Bldg, No, 74 King
Kino corner lot In Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and all Improvements. Two min
utes' walk from cars and Punohou
College. Address R. P., this office.
Tho big clearing ralo of leading brand
of cigars still continues. Smokers,
come and get bargains. Myrtle Ci
gar Store, Port street. T. J. Fitzpat
rick, proprietor. 3193-lm
Nice driving horses, suitable for
harks; also few cholco hulls. Apply
Walalno Ilanch. Phono Main 278 or
King 131. 31S4-lni
. o Itapld Transit conductors and mo
toniK'ii, Hamilton It. II. Watches.
Satisfaction guaranteed. O. Dletz,
Fort St. 3101
Potted plants, cut flowers and floral
pieces to order. J. K. Clark, Pawaa
Nursery. 'Phono Whlto 2221.
Fox Terrier Pups; Pure llred; Pino
ratter stock; well marked. Knqtilro
of Walter C. Wecdon. 3197-lw
Very cheap, vegetarian foods of nil
Muds. Economic Store, 1332 Fort
Cheap Home near Park, Walklkl.
Address R. 8. K., Bulletin.
Inqulro at Bulletin of-3197-lw
TROY GIRLS STRIKE
Troy, N. Y., Sept. 2. Troy, tho col
lar and shirt town of the world. Is la
i the throes of a strike, affecting tho In
dustry which has mado It famous. The
stnrchcrs, women who take care of tho
laundering of the millions of collars,
shirts nnd cuffs that go out labeled
"Troy, N. Y ." decided several months
ngo that they were not being paid
enough nnd that tho machines which
the manufacturers had Installed wero
unsatisfactory. Consequently thoy
sencd notice on the proprietors, and,
falling on an agreement, walked out
and are still out The girls say that
they cannot earn fair wages under tho
During tho early weeks of the trou
ble, there was a considerable lack of
harmony that resulted In situations
approaching tho riot stage. Girls wero
attacked on tho streets by strike sym
pathizers and on one occasion a street
car was held up and an employo of one
of tho shops was secrely hurt. Hat
pins were used and clothes were torn
from the victims.
Tho manufacturers have been firm
in their attitude and three separate In
junctions from tho Supreme Court
have been granted. In each case the
members of tho Starchcrs' Union an
restrained from picketing and Intimi
dating employes of tne shops.
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers,
etc., manufactured by the Bulletin Pub
Mr. Jas. Sheridan has opened a repair
Ing Bhop at 1168 Miller St cor Bere
tanla. Charges reasonable. A num
ber of second-hand pianos In good
condition, cheap. Orders may be
left at Vaw'n. News Co.
Piano taught In 6 months by experi
enced teacher; $3 month (8 lessons);
special attention to adult beginners.
Address Music, this office 3157-tf
See John M. Martin for painting and
Interior decorating, 1040 Alakea St
Tel. 3131 White. 3097
See Hastings for repairs of Lock,
Keys, Music Boxes, Sharpening of
Fine Cutlery. Rear Union Qrlll.
Wing Hlng Draylng Express and Bal
last Co., Klawl and Ohla wood for
salo delivered to any part of the
city. Office at Keo Chang Co.,
Smith and Hotel Sts. Tel. White
Wines, Whisky, Brandies and cold bot
tle or draught beer. Prices same as
at other bars. Lusltana Saloon, 1391
Lusltana St. 3173
MONEY TO LEND.
On Jewelry and. merchandise. The J.
Carlo Pawn Co., Hotel and Union.
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Ml Moll Elliot Hen well, who Inn nrule name in n smwiful novelist
I n niece of e 1'n-ddeiit Tyler ninl make Wnh!i)Kn her home. A number
of years iijjj her nowlettp "The Sptlghtly Tnlc ir Miivue" won n ?:j,oK! prlre
In a short tor.v competition cniuluctiil liy the New York Herald. Her llrsl
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DICTATES OF FASHION
A smart cery-day waist, which is of
white wool albatross, continues through
a red nnd white plaid braid, a sort of
continuity of costume, for the skirt Is
entirely of red and white plaid wool.
A highly ornamental yoke effect Is out
lined by the braid, the name design and
plain bands appearing upon the sleeves.
Parisians cling to the fine French
oile. Those of Rob Roy plaids In
rream and Alice blue nnd magenta and
white arc charming. Tho chemisette
nnd long sleevelets In white, with high
soft belts of i rushed leather In ivory
white are smart accessories to such
frocks. This tone of white prevails on
most of the gowns.
In silks, to be mado up for separate
blouses to be 'Worn with street cos
tumes, handsome plaids are being
shown, and will find favor with many. '
I In some of these tho plaids run bias.
Npnrlv nil enmlilnnttnna nf rnlnrn lira
shown, and when tho leading color!
'matches tho material of the coat, or
'approximates it, these plaids are espe
cially desirable. These blouses are of
course, made up comparathely plain, I
the plaids being In themselves suffl
dent decorations. For school girls thej
are particularly suited.
The bishop slccie Is seen on some of
Iho new wraps and In fact a loose
(lowing effect of sleeve and mantle com
bined seems to be ono of the charac
teristics of the newest model. In heavy!
silk It docs look very much like a
bishop's robe and is not ungraceful In
cloth. It Is certainly original and nowl
that women are learning to wear theso
loose garments they do not seem so un.
grateful as they did (the garments, not
tho women); but there would seem to
be an unnecessary amount of material
used In such mantles, tor it Is nece-i
sary to have a great deal of material '
In order to carry out the fashion as
it Is intended.
A tiny Ivory fan Is the latest form
of Parisian fancy and girls nro hunt
ing their family archives through to
find those that were fashionable seven-
ty years ago. Parents aro presenting
their daughters with monogram fans.
A girl carries a small silk fan of the
folded arlety and Is In tho habit of
opening It and laying It on her lap,
and In the middle of tho fan her namo
will bo seen most exquisitely presented
on specially wrought lace. Another
idea Is a blue linen fan with a mono
gram In the center of It embellished
with a llttlo circle of green Naves.
The appearance Is very much as though
It were a medallion set Into the fan. I
And still another fan Is mado of taf
fetas, with a worked medallion In the
middle, nnd a lace ornament at each
Mr. Jumbo But why nro you In sudi
n hurry to go In?
Miss Ellle llecuuso mother says It
Is most Indiscreet to sit In n hummock
with n gentleman who weighs mora
than half n ton. B.-oTiiliig's Muguzluo
Drmrlna the I.lp.
rmsr iir -iriMim
i r.mnVTriTr mam 11
Pudding bags should bo mado of
Never wash raisins that are to bo
used In sweet dishes. It will make the
pudding or cake heavy.
Hot soda dissolves tho grease that
sometimes lodges In the sink pipes,
removing It and the unpleasant odor
which it causes.
A few drops of glycerin put In tho
rult Jars the last thing before sealing
them helps to keep preserves from
molding on top.
Rancid butter, boiled In wnter with
a pinch of charcoal, will be divested of
its rancidity and may be used for cook
Silver should not bo put In woolen
bags as the sulphur In this cloth tar
nlshes the metnl and neither should
rubber be placed near Bllvcr.
Tho addition of lemon Juice to the
water in which rlco Ib boiled will In
crease the whiteness and tho grains
will readily separate thus treated.
Mix fine sawdust with glue to a stiff
paste for filling nail holes or cracks
and tho patch will hardly be discern
ible, especially if the sawdust Is of the
same wood that Is mended.
Always keep a Jar of cracker dust
on hand for breading or else savo up
nil pieces of bread and once a month
dry them In an open oven, then place
them in a bag and pound until fine.
A saucepan In which rice, oatmeal
or anything sticky has been cooked,
may be very easily cleaned by putting
In a cupful of ashes when you take It
oft tho fire and then fill with water.
The custom of brushing a tablecloth
lr.8te.id of shaking It, as formerly, has
two good points. It does not scatter
tho crumbs abroad, but collects them
tidily. And It does not crumple the
cloth, which was sadly mussed at the
long time method of cleaning the ta
ble. Chicago Dally News,
HAIR GROWOY LIGHT
Philadelphia, Sept. 11. Surgeons
treating a ensu of lupus at tho Poly
clinic Hospital by means of the Fin
sen rays have grown upon tho patient's
head, a septuagenarian and bald for
forty years, a crop of hair that Is as
fine and lustrous and black as that up
on any youth of twenty,
Tho surgeon who has been foremost
In treating tho case and who Is a well
known specialist In diseases of th
Bkin, said tonight:
"It Is true that under tho Influence
of the Finsen rays there has appeared
a growth of hair upon affected patches
The patient had been suffering from
lupus for the treatment of which tho
Finsen apparatus was used. Tho lu
pus patches wero on the forehead and
there was spotted baldness, As the
treatment progressed and the patches
Improved In condition a new growth
of hair was observed. This growth
grew stronger until It Is now nearly
RIGHT IN CHICAGO.
"Some day," said the dreamer, "wa
may see patrol wagons on wings."
"In that event," replied tho buffoon
boarder, "I know tho class of pollco
men they will carry."
"Why, 'flying squads,' of courso."
Chicago Dally News.
Fine Job Printing at The Bulletin
hUTW- - 5S"?nt;
MARK 1 WAIN'S S'ORY OF
CAUSES THAT CKEAIE II
HALF A DOZEN NATIONS COM
PRISE AUSQtEICH-HATE EACH
OTHER AND LOVE NONE.
TROUBLE IN HUNGARY.
Budapest, October 9. Tho Diet as
sembles tomorrow. The political situ
ation Is chaotic. It la rumored that
General Ferjervary is to be premier.
There Is a report that it Is planned to
Impeach the cabinet.
Austria-Hungary's present political
troubles aro the subject of a grent
ninny news dispatches, editorial para
graphs and magazine articles. With a
wise, upright and tranquil old ruler,
with a well-found people, the respect
of Its neighbors, and a government
Ideal In the abstract, Austria Hungary
Is almost continuously In tho lhroc3 of
n civil crisis.
In any reliable work of reference ono
may find informing essays upon this
Interesting country, but It remained
for Mark Twain lo Illuminate tho sub
ject In Harper's. Ho spent sccral
months nt the capltnl a tow years ago
and observed nt short rnngo tho proc
esses attendant upon or Incident to ad
ministration. Thcro exists n political
condition unlike nnythlng else of tho
sort In the world. Perhaps tho most
glaring or faulty thing about It is tho
enormous expenditure of energy or ef
fort and the small return of result.
The monarchy consists of a coalition
or merger of more than half a score of
nations, with the strongest In numbers
falling to comprise one fourth of tho
whole. While most of these elements
or factors regularly oppose the govern
ment, each one is as well arrayed
against tho other. This makes Impos
sible either a harmonious union or a
satisfactory disunion. Alliances aro
but temporary, no matter what tho ob
ject of them. The Jews are a steady
tnriret tho lnnciintrn pnnlrnvnrflv In
ever at white heat socialism Is active.)
The bond c:
these grouped notions is
called the "Ausglclch." it Is a series
of provisions of confederation sub -
scribed to In 1861 and subject to nmond
ment every ten years. The disturb
ances of the day over thcro arc pre
liminary to the forthcoming reconsid
eration of the "Ausglclch."
In Vienna there are a number of pub
lications that would bo newspapers
but for the Intervention of tho censor.
This offlclnl and his assistants glance
through the prints after the editions
are ready for distribution and elimi
nate all the "good stuff." When they
get through with a sheot It looks Uko
a Hawaiian Territorial official's ac
count of his stewardship boiled down
for tho Governor's report. This thing
alone would subtract not a little from
the popularity of any state.
The Parliament of Austria-Hungary
Is housed In one of the most sumptu
ous edifices In Europe and the body is
composed of a larger proportion of uni
versity men than any other legislature.
Nearly nil the members, he thoy pro
fessional politicians, priests, mechanics
or tradesmen, aro "doctors" and they
must earn their degrees over there
Just why these men do the seemingly
unaccountable things they do is a pro
blem very likely for both the student
of the mind and the student of the
political trend of the era. Their con
duct is deeply Interesting, but It Is
almost sad to note that there are pro
duced neither great men nor great
In 1897 the government resorted to
the use of soldiers to remove the rep
resentatives of the people from tho
halls of legislation. Revolution did not
follow then. Therefore resistance to
authority can scarcely be crystallised
at this time. People who will tolerate
ulint- they submitted to In 1897 will
never revolt. No doubt the spirit of
patriotic resistance is there, but or
ganization is Impossible.
It was in the parliament place at
Vienna that the house held a session
of two days and a night. In the course
of which Dr. Orton Lecher actually oc
cupied the floor and actually spoke for
twelve consecutive hours. Tho "Aus
glclch" was under consideration. Of
course Dr. Lecher's address was pro
longed for tho particular purpose of
obstructing proceedings. Nevertheless
this man tor twelve hours addressed
himself strictly to the subject before
the house. Ho did not resort to the
leading of books or newspapers but
merely from notes argued clearly and
forcefully upon tho numerous questions
Involved. Ho was allowed but a single
lest of Ave minutes and bis refresh
ment of three glasses of wine, four cups
of coffee and a gloss!) of beer.
It was at this long session that the
chair, conniving with others, declared
a new rule on debate adopted by
standing vote when everyone was
standing and shouting. The presiding
officer blandly explained that the ayes
and noes could not be taken as usual
on account of the confusion. Asked If
he really proposed to claim that the
rule had been passed, the president re-
piled: "Yes and unanimously."
rihadcs of Czar Recdt
The remarks Indulged In during de
bate by the deputies of Austria-Hungary
will make n rather clear showing
nt their insanity In public affairs.
Wolf (indicating the president)
There sits a man to whom a certain
title belongs. ' I
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DK. CHARLES N.ESH fOOD U no new experiment. It has been
In use for more than fifty yesrs and during that time thousands of women '
and men have used It with entire .ntl.f.nlnn.
Thjt It is not to be classed with "Cold Creams" and other thlncs of Uke I
superficial potency is proved by the fact that It is prescribed by leading '
physicians and used in hospitals for the nutrition of Invalids whase stomachs I
are too weak to digest food. i
DR. CHARLES FLUSH FOOD should he used by every womtn who I
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round out hnll-iwrd, thin cheeks vr
Flesh and Remove Wrinkles frcm
FOR DEVELOPING THH IMMATURE BUST or tomakc thetireast '
firm, large and beautiful nolliln;; can rqunl It. To prctc t ihe breasts from '.
SlnlKri' weaning ! ihv, mothers should !a s ue DR. CHARLES I
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for 10 ceil s, which pays for cost of mailing f.li ibis simple we will also
send ou our illustrated Book, "Art nf Massage." which contains Ml the '
proptr mo cements for Massaging the face, neck and aruisp.iid full directions i
jor uevcioj ing me Dust. Address
DR. CHARLES CO..
Wolf (to )r. Lueger) Please, be
trayer of the' people, begin.
Wonlmeyer (to Wolf) You Jew,
you. (Wolf Is antl-Semcttc, hut voting
with .them onia trade.)
Mayrcder (to the president) You
have lied. You conceded tho floor to
me; make It good or you have lied.
Viclohlawek (to Wolf) You belong
in a gin mill.
Prochazka In a lunatic asylum, you
8trohbach (lo Wolf) ContcmptlbU
cub we will bounce thee out of this.
Luegcr And these shameless crea
Hires arc the 'leaders of tho German
1 Qlockner (to tho president) I.eaot
Schrammel Religion has no proper
place In the public schools.
Gregorlg How about free lovoj
1-euger The honorlcss party would
better keep still here.
Perhaps there will be an entirely new
Ausglclch or nono at nil, after the
aged ktng-emperor passes away.
At tho meeting of tho Board of Su
pervisors of the County of Oahu, Tor
iltory of Hawaii, held on the 3rd clay
of October, A. D., 1905, In their office,
Mclntyre Building, tho following OR
DINANCE was duly passed by tho said
ORDER NO. 3.
REGULATING THE SPRINKLING
The People of the County of Oahu do
Ordain as follows:
Section 1. It shall be unlnwful for
any person or persons. Ironing or per
forming any net, In the laundrylng of
clothing of another, or In the laundry
lng of clothing for hire, within the
County of Oahu, to spray any article
bo laundered with liquid sprayed or
projected from the mouth of said per
son or persons, or to direct or permit
any person In his employ to so spray
ucn Briicm so launucrea.
Section 2. Any person violating any
of the provisions of this ordinance
shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and
upon conviction shall be fined not
less than Flvo Dollars, nor more than
Twenty-flvo Dollars and In case Buch
flno Is not satisfied by Immcdlato pay
ment thereof the person so fined shall
bo committed to prison for the nonpay
ment of tho same and the time of such
imprisonment shall bo deemed to dis
charge tho same at tho rato of One
Dollar per day.
Section 3. This Ordinnnco shall
take effect from and after Its passage1
(Sgd.) D. KALAUOKALANI, JR.,
Clerk, County of Oahu.
(Sgd.) OEO. W. SMITH,
Chairman, Board of Supervisors.
The PACIFIC HOTEL
8erve the best 25-eent meal In the
elty. Try It Tickets for 21 meals,
Good Room and Board
Per day week or month
Mrs. Wilkinson, Proprietor
u is me only nrcpsrnlion inai will ,
scrawnv neck wllh Firm, Healthy
the face nnd hands, no matter how
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lo all who answer this advertisement
sent 111 lilain wrapper, nostac- tut paid. .
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PLUMBER, 165 KING 8T.
PHONE MAIN 61.
JOHN POTTIE & SONS'
Australian HORSE .
Testimonials have been received
from Alexander & Baldwin Stock
Ranch, Parker Ranch Co., J. M. Hor
ner Ranch and all the leading planta
tion manager bear witness to wonder
ful cure wrought by these remedies,
Washington Light Co.
C. W. MACFARLANE,
Another, Shipment of
AT 1048-50 ALAKEA ST.,
BY J, C. AXTELL&C.O.,
P. O. BOX 642.
PHONE BLUE 1801. HONOLULU
F. D. WICKE,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
Ofirce and Store Fitting, Cabinet Mak
ing and Polishing; Calabash Turn.
Ing; Repairing and General Jobbing.
1082 ALAKEA ST., rear Y. M. C. A.
W, G. LET,
8ANITARY PLUMBING AND TIN
WAIKIKI 8IDE SMITH ST.
Bet. HOTEL and PAUAHI.
Good Workmanship. Work Completed
Best Meal In Town
ON HOTEL 8T. near NUUANU.
OPEN ALL NIGHT.
T. PDA, Manager,
Clothes Cleaned and Pressed, by the
HONOLULU RENOVATING CO.,
J. J. Fern, Manager.
Office: 1K8 North Fort St., opposite
Catholic Mission. All telephone me.
Rages promptly attended to. We call
for and deliver. Dyeing extra. Tele
nhono Main S7I.
The Weekly Edition of the evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of the day.
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