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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THURSDAY. MARCH 8, 1006.
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Annual Sale
OF
MILLINERY
Tremendous Reductions
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For One Week Only
Beginning
Monday March 5th
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ALL TRIMMED HATS
AT
331-3 per cent
less than regular piices
N. 8. SACHS
Dry Goods Company Ltd.
CORNER FORT AND BERETANIA 8TREET8,
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1- iSf I Honolulu. Phone White 1331
Manacea Water
3&-A Digestive Marvel -s
Stops that distress after eating
For sale by, your druggist or by
W, G Peacock & Co., Ltd,
SOLE IMPORTERS
IIS IS M ISI
PEOPLE GOING HOME
FROM PHILIPPINES
GETS AWAY THI8 AFTERNOON
FOR 8AN FRANCISCO ARRIV
ED OFF PORT LA8T
NIGHT.
The United States transport Thomas
from Manila via Nagasaki, Is at tho
Navy wharf, having arrived off port
about 10 o'clock last night, and wad
docked at 8 o'clock this morning.
On board are cighty-nvo first class
passengers from the Philippines and a
small lot of casuals and discharged men
of tho hospital corps. There are twen
KM OBITS TO
THE NECE88ITY OF
IHSPUuT
Ten men gathered at Republican
headquarters on Fort street last even
ing, representing thirteen members of
tho Republican Territorial Central Com
mittee, for tho adjourned regular
monthly meeting, but since fifteen were
required for a quorum no meeting was
held.
Those present watted until nearly
half past 8 o'clock for a quorum. Clias,
Clark pulled a proxy'slgnod by Henry
C. Vlda from his pocket, making the
second proxle In his hands, but the new
rules say that a member can hold but
one proxy.
While waiting, hoping for a quorum
(.((.An Int-nlCito n till fit a tninrin man
nine "Indigent citizens" and eighteen ,lncul!nB "P ,of "" "':
prisoners briefly discussed. All precincts with
An un'evcnttul toyago Is reported over 300 voters, taking the lists from
from Manila nnd tho big transport will I the lnst election, must bo dlWcleJ
salt nt 6 o'clock this evening. Krank Krnger said: "tor heavens
Among the passengers on tho Bftle. don't cut up the Second of the
Thomas was Miss I M. Ripley, n' Fourth: I've got that all laid out If
daughter of Architect C. U. Ripley of you have to cut u up, keep Kocaumouu
II ... 1. .. . I at fnAt AM Vl CnHtH slit A tM 1ftftl1 1 1 "
Manila, formerly a prominent resident
of Honolulu.
Passengers aboard the Thomas are
as follows:
For Honolulu: Miss Lllla M. Ripley.
Through: Q. It. Armstrong, 1st Lieut.
6th Infantry; Mrs. O. R. Armstrong,
Armstrong child, O. II. Austin, Mrs. L.
II. Bash, P. O. Uulfln, Navy Depart
ment; Mrs. P. O. Bulfln. llulnu child,
F, O. llaker. Quartermaster Depart
ment; Mrs. F. I). Baker, . M. Ilramlltt,
quartermaster Department; Srxs. r.
street on the town side. We need It
The next meeting day falls on tho
first Raturday In April.
BY
An odd state of affairs has been
ft !?, U" !!.?"ll S.at Supremo' Tourt In the Bishop
Infant, Geo. L. Dcckton, Quartermaster
Department; A. II. Urcnzzlnger, U. S.
Navy; F. S. Uowcn. Lieut. 20th Infan
try; F. L. Reals, Lieut, 16th Infantry;
Estate fishery case, whereby the local
Supremo Court Is directed to reverse
the Judgment of the Circuit Court and
to remand It with direction for a up
J. A. Clark, lit Lieut. Philippine ,.,,, ,... from tho Territory
?r,X',.i)Cla,r,k";."?!0',CT 11C.87 cost, and has .execution there-
for. In view of the decision gUcn by
tain Commlssory Department; J
El . ?"J SZ'nrZZZil r.";,"J'thc Attorney General In the matter uf
inr.n. "i 4 X T;:,,r:: n""' 'the Elcu sale, the title of the Territory
M.
II.
Infant, J. T. Calvin, Insular Govern.,
to Its property Is a doubtful quantity.
S H hamvtVM'?v"p '" the Organic Act provides "'that tho
rnmwn rhnrnh.,' n ihi". W' V P""c property ceded and transferred
Chamberlain, Chamberlain child; J , (, ",, ,ed'gtatc, by lho itcpubllc
f "?iiTM2Tq TilliV.'MSJ lf " wier ,h -01"1 "solution of
L. Carswcll. Surgeon U. S. Army; Mr.'nnne,ntIon ... guai uc nnj rP.
Zlrlt' A DnCXm':J "riS-!""' '. possession" 'land
i?n. mftr - u'taiTK W iW of thc eovernment of the Territory
nl?.f Sin.,." Vr' of n- shallj,e maintained
? nnM, ,1 ,h7i eiP "-5 S ' n.mmi.5" . managed and cared for by It. nt lis own
n;,?r!,ll, nLn)m;,(.- r. Th "I'ensc. until otherwise provided for
Quar "master Departmeut; Mrs Chas ConRrw, or taken for the uses and
:. "rrl..win: W-.HenJlns'...9ul,r.,.,:r:lnumoes of tho United States by dl-
?il?5 a i Pn,.H-a'T" ft il of the President or of the Gov
child, A. L. arnsorlh., A. E. Gar-rrnnr ,,,
MrJ. f I "" " ""
There Is no appropriation with which
to pay out tho 1116.87. so the question
at, to what property thc execution can
bn levied on will Lava to bo decided.
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PA88ENGERS ARRIVED.
llngton, Miss M. S. Onliln, Mrs M
C, Gosman, D. E. Graham, Win. I..
Gear'. Wm, M Goodalc. Signal Corps;
Mrs. W. M. Ooodale, It, T. Ureencr,
John Grace, M. K. Goddard. Vcrlln K.
Hart, J. W. Hyatt. 2nd Lieut. 16th In
fantry; C. J. Hamilton. Miss 11. I)
Hogsn, A. H. Hersey. Master Hcrsey.l ,. , . ,,,
Mrs. F. Hardeman', Miss IIardcman.1 From tho Colonies, per S. S. Mlo
Mrs. C. S. Hamilton. C. J. Hoke. Lud- wflra- Mrch 8.-I-or Honolulu. Miss
wig Use, W. J. Kenzle. Wm. W. Lewis. I J10"0""1'1. C. 0 .rtussell Through
Mrs. J. S. Lewis. Mrs. J. R. McGlnness, to Vancouver: Mrs. Kimball, It. Scut
JIcFlnness Infant, AV. II. Mclntyre.lchln:"- c- "crle. J. Harryman, Miss
Mrs. McClellan, J. C. Mchnn, Mrs. j. iKelldnman. Mr. and Mrs. Johnston,
C. Mchnn, Mehan chlld.Frnnk 11. Mll-I-Mr- Alexander, Miss J. Frascr, Miss
los. Miss F. L Marks, C. II. Maxson.lV. Frascr, D. Alton, F. Wado. O Sncll,
Mrs. C. II. Maxson. Mnxon children A. Snell. Mr. Holbrook, Mrs. Holbrook.
(3), Mrs. J. II. Milton, Miss M. 8. Mil ;Mrs. Ulacklock and 3 children. Mr. and
ton. Mrs. C. Mitchell, Mitchell Infant. IM- Stockdalo and three children, K.
Miss J M. Marker. H. H. Merrllot.i:.T.Crnftford. W. MoorP. Mrs. Mooro, F.
Mornn, S. E. Patterson, James Pcarce, Mooie. Mrs. Moore. Miss Moore, Mrs.
J, T Phagan. Miss II. M. yan. OUo Pope. Mrs. Daly. Miss K. Daly. Miss
Rehbrln. T. H. Stevens. Rear Admiral. N. K Daly, MUs M. C. Daly, Master
U. S. Navy; Mrs. T. II. Stevens. D. A..O. Ialv. Miss M. K. Daly, P. Oettllp,
Seott. C I., fitranathan, Fred Slmplrb,,A .H. Watklns, C. Cautton, 15. A.
Mrs. A R Scott, Geo II Shields, Jr., Smith. C. Cordcr, Mrs. Moon and In
Robt. J. Shields, Mrs. Robt. J. Shields, fant, C. Adams. It. Fletcher. Mr. and
Sidney Smith, 1st Lieut. 16th Infan Mrs. Drnko and child, Rev. O. Hon
try; .Mrs. Sllvcrthornc, Silverthona nessy. Miss Lntsey. T. Parkor, Miss
child, Victor Tiego. Mrs. M. Tracy.iF. 8llver, Miss K. IbLett, Mr. and
Roscoo Trcadwell, Mrs. II. Trcailwnll,Mn. G. Doney. Miss M. Doney. Mrs.
H. L. Thompson. N. Ventorlno. W. T. I.orton and child,. O. Carter, It. Pur
Woodbury, surgeon U. S. Army; A. J.lceJI, A. Mann, Mr. McOrath, O. Hoguc,
Wrobleskl, H. W. Waggoner. Daniel , Mr. and Mrs. P. Dunn. Mrs. M. Dunn.
Webster, employe Ocn. Corbln. W. 8 'M, Dunn, W. Dunn. W. Tellam, P.
Army, and enlisted men of Hospital Hcnly, A. Glllhnm, Mr. and Mrs. J
Corps, 21; enlisted men of Signal ! James, Master G. A. James, Miss G. I),
corps, 10; enlisted casuals, 40; enlist-1 James. II. A. Finger, Lt. Col. Kirk
ed casuals discharged, tf: enlisted mr.u Patrick, Miss S. Wallls, J. Cook, J. J.
HOSTfTTEfe
M CtUBBATtO 'g
Sitters
Any woman who suffers from'
Crimps, Backache, Nervous cr
Sick Headache, Poor Appetite, Cos-
tlveness or General Weakness,
needs the Hitters to mako her well
again. It has cured thousanda In
the past 00 years. In cases of In
digestion, Dyspepsia or Malaria, It
stnnds first. Try a botUe.
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FOR
lsM HwM iliilfM i H ) ! MmJMniM1i
A -A. A T1l
I r vjpumistic jignt
W Let your light so shine that It leaves you free to be is cheerful
m si unit AmmXrm
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Hive electric lights In every room. In the kitchen and In the
hill-way.
! You don't have to burn all the llnht. all the1 time! hut ones cler-
, trie lights are Instilled you cm have all you want, any minute, Just
wncre you warn.
We would like to wire your house for you. You will be surprised at M
ine lowness or me com. we snail De nappy to supply you with full
IIIVI IliatlVII WIS l I V U VJ VhM
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; Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Office, King St., near Alakea. 'Phone, Main 390,
tt0H0tni0HiAtiA0i9tiAAtn1l
lick, 23; enlisted men Insane, S; en
listed men U. S. Navy, 16; N. C. staff
fi; servants, 4; ex-employees Q. M. 1)
and Insular Government, 10; Indigent
citizens, 9; general prisoners, IS.
Spiers, J, Kncwstubb, C. Collger, Mr.
Walton, Mr. Griest, E. C. L. Llndle, .
Thompson, J. Gray. Mrs. Nash. G.
Section, C. E. Lloyd, J. N. Kay, Mr.
and Mrs. Stlnson, II, Gordon, II, Co
wan, Mrs. Cowan, Master G. Cowan,
Miss G. Cowan
The Commodore and officers of tho
Hawaii Yacht Club bavo tendered n
yachting entertainment in honor of
the Oregon Journal party of glrli
now visiting the Islands, and the fol
lowing program has been arranged by
the committee In charge.
It Is proposed to have a cruise
around Pearl Harbor Sunday after
noon next, leaving the club houre nt
the Peninsula on or about 2 30 o clock,
followed by a chowder In the evening
In the pavilion, ndjolnlng the club
house, the party returning to Honolulu
by the train leaving Pearl City at 9 30
o'clock p. m.
It Is also planned, If tltno will per
mit, to Include In the entertainment
n dip In thc large swimming tank at
the residence of C A. Ilrown. on Ford's
Island. It would bo well for those In
tending to avail themselves of this to
take with them bathing suits.
The guests and nil non-yacht own.
Ing members will be cared for by as
signment to the various boats ot the
licet and It Is hoped that as many
members of the club ns enn find It pos
sible to do so will be present at this
entertainment. Any of the memberi
of the club desiring further Informn.
lion arc asked to confer with W, II.
Mclneniy.
It Is also hoped that nil members ot
the club planning to participate In this
crulso and chowder will notify the com
mittee In advance In order that proper
arrangements may bo made for tht
proper entertainment of the party.
CAN HELPJISS BLUNT
Miss Ollvo M. llltint, the missionary
en route thc second time to Japan und
serving temporarily as general secre
tary of tho V W C. A , will Boon sail
for Japan. She gave the recent stcro
optlcon lectures on Japan, hoping to
turn a little fund for tho famine suf
ferers In the Mikado's country, but
while tho audiences wcro argo and
ndded Interest was given to missions
and temperance, yet the majority wcro
children, who were complimented, und
consequently after alt expenses were
paid there was less than 2 for the
fund However, It will make a start
and anyone willing to contribute ma
give to Miss lllunt.
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PARASITE ARRIVE
A large and Important consignment
of parasites for combatting the cane
pests arrived on the Mlowcra from
Suva, FIJI, having been forwarded to
Entomologist Mulr of the Sugar Plant
ers' Supply Company.
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For 8ale" cards at Bulletin.
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H To Our Patrons 3
We are now located In the new brick building en King ZZZ
S street, between Maunakea and Kekiullke streets, where we will J
tTT b pleised to serve you with first-class goods In the meit line.
C Our prices will always be fair. r
5 We are supplied by the "Hind," "Migulre" and "Greenwell" 3J
Z Ranches of the Island of Hawaii, with prime beef cattle, and the T
y killing and dressing of all animals at our own slaughter house m
at Kallhl Is done In a most sanitary manner and directly under -
mr the dally examination of the meat Inspector of tht Board of 32
tZZ Health. 2
Soliciting your patronage, we are, - -
JJ Very respectfully yours, t
0. Q. YEEJOP & CO,
5 TELEPHONE MAIN 251. -J
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Our Leader
KOLA MINT
There are fmitations, But
Ours is the only GENUINE
THE ORIGINAL
Wo Huvo nil Otliop Plavora AIho
Consolidated Soda Water Works, Ltd.
TELEPHONE MAIN 7
Do You Think?
That's what makes and saves money. Just THINK of Telephone Main
147 when you want your clothes attended to.
HONOLULU CLOTHES CLEANING GO.
J. F. COLBURN III, Minig' Office, KAPIOLANI BUILDING,
E.1 , ' ...,i '
FROM THE COLONIES
The Canadhn-Australlan liner Mlo-1
wera docked nt lilsliop wharf nt XI
o clock tins morning, trom mo colonics
via FIJI, a day late, Commander Hem
ming reports that the vessel left Syd
ney at 1 p. m. February 19th and ex
perienced moderate variable winds and
fine weather to arrival at llrlsbuiif,
Feb. 21st at 8 a. in. Left Brisbane at
midnight snmu date and oxpcilenced
moderate E. N. E, wlncljind sea with
fine weather throughout, arijving ut
Suvu nt 2 a, m, February 27. Left
Suva at 4 p. m. same date, and exper
ienced light to moderate N E wlnil.1
and fine weather. Passed Alnfn Island
the following day, Mary Island March
2nd, and crossing the Equator samx
date at 10 p. m. In long. 171 deg. W.
Thenco fresh E. N. E. trades, with
rough sea and squally weather to 2u
deg, N. Lat, where wind enmo from
W. S. W. Moderate gale with squalls
and high Irregular sea to arrival.
The Mlowcra sails for Vancouver
via Victoria this evening,
Franklin "I will certainly bo glad
when summer comes " Penn "Why'"
Frunklli. "Tho passengers will then
keep the rar windows closed."
THAT FORCED WEDDING ON THE FRONTIER.
Aloha Company
BUILDING and PAINTING CONTRACTORS. House furniture of all
kinds repaired and varnished. Yard and lawn work a specialty. Tooli fur
nlshed. Cooks, Yardboys and Day L borers supplied on short notice.
Office, GREEN HOUSE, 8. King nr. Walklkl road. Tel, White 2401.
4Efcl CURE YOURSELF
U I u s , V u. Ills 1 far unukturtl
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NOW WE'RE OFF ? Jjfc
We ara prepared to supply the People of Honolulu with Freshest H
I8LAND MEATS. Also, Garden Produce of all kinds; Butter, Eggs, Chick
ens, Turkeys, 8ucklng Pigs, Bicon, Ham In fact, everything FIRM!
CLASS MARKET Is called upon to furnish.
The ISLAND MEAT CO.
JAS. E. WESTBROOKE, Manage.
TELEPHONE MAIN 71. FORT 8T- OPP. LOVE ILM
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
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We pack, haul and ship your
goods and save you money.
Dealers In STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage in Brick Warehouse, 126 Kin St. Phone Main 53
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t SELECT WITH CARE YOUR ARCHITECT I
Unclt 8ami "Do you taks this man"
Miss Ntw Maxlcot "Not on your llftl"
Uncle 8mi "And da you takt this woman"
Charity Arizona! "I'll dlt firatl"
Chicago Intar Oetan.
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It means much to you. The home you build expresses your per- ?
tonality. "Through Its halls runs the story of your life." Your
home should be a credit to you; spend your money wisely; I can help
you make every dollar count.
W. MATLOCK CAMPBELL J
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O g 8tock of Jipinete ind Amerlci Liquors, "innl 8ilcrn In connection.
IWILEI AND K NQ 2TRL..r8.
'ObTOPFICE BOX 88 TELEP NE MAIN tt.
Hesdquirters for sutomoblles with
t splendidly equipped fireproof garage.
VON HAMM.YOUNQ COMPANY, Ltd.
Horse Shoeing.
W.W.Wright Co.
LIMITED.
have opened a horse-shoe-
Ing department In connec
tion with their carriage)
shop, etc. Having secur
ed the services of a Bret- (
class she fcy are pre- Z
pared to ao atl work In- '"
trusted to them In a first
class manner.
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