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EVEN1N0 nUt.t.RTIN. HONOLULU T II.. WEDNESDAY, AI'niL 10, 1007.
FINE NEW STOCK OF THE rAMOUS
Slazenger Tennis Balls
We have just leceived these goods from the "Alameda."
E. O. HALL & SON, LTD,.
FORT AND KINO STS.
THE BATTERY IN YOUR AUTO IS
LIKE "THE MAN BEHIND THE GUN."
COLUMBIA DRY CELL NO. 2
is the kind you want "behind the gun". It gives action quick,
sure action and plenty of it. And when the cloud of dust has
cleared away you will see the auto with the Columbia Dry Bat-V
tery a winner over the tape by many lengths.
Sold also by The Associated Garage Co., E. 0. Hall & Son,
Ltd., Schuman Carriage Co., Ltd.
Hawaiian Electric Co., Li d. .
OFFICE: KINO near ALaKEA ST. THONE MAIN 390.
Get the Best
See anything advertised
Corns here and get It '
GET THE GENUINE.
No "Just at good" talk here.
We don't want to sell "some
thing juit at good." We want
to sell what you call for the
real article standard and genu
CHAMBERS DRUG CO.,
Cor. Fott and King: Sts.
PHONE MAIN 131
A plunge bath after exercise is
one of the essentials. At Haleiwa
there is a fine plunge, splendid golf
links and tennis court. Wide, roo
my verandas, splendid sleeping
rooms, most of them mosquito proof,
and the best cuisine in the country.
St. Clair Bidgood,
Mike Wright Slpi
The best smoke sold in
this market. Try it
, HAYSELDEN TOBACCO COMPANY,
Alexander Young Bldg.
Nuiuuu betw. Hotel and King Sts.
K. FUJITA & CO.
CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS AND
Bamboo Furniture Mads To Order
NUUANU ST. COR. KUKUI.
PHONE WHITE 901.
Honolulo Undertaking Co,
1120 FORT ST. PHONE MAIN 179
NIGHT CALL, PHONE DLUE 901.
M. E. 8ILVA MANAQEn
UBS. DORIS. E. PARIS
has received a new supply of DR. E.
E. McLEAN'S hair tonics, face cream,
1158 FORT ST. A
MftnlQunnfr, scaln Treatment and
AND OTHER PIANOS.
THAYER PIANd CO,
150 HOTEL STItEET.
I'l.or.o Main 2 IS.
i i .
IfflE FURNITURE CO.. IK.
.1. H. HCriTROHE...
manufactu-ed frei pure distilled wa
ter. ncllvo-sd to any part of city by
OAHU ICE AND HLICTRIC CO..
Kcwalo. Telephone Blue 3151,
BREAD, CAKE AND PIES
that will make you think of home.
PHONE MAIN 197.
FRESH CUT FLOWERS ON HAND
AT ALL TIMC3. SEED FOR SALE.
Mrs. E. M. Taylor
TEL. MAIN 339.
TUB- VOR RENT1' cards on sale
tt the Bulletin office.
sssW 'BV ja1r
fltt KM II
Information Asked By
II. I Wood, secretary of tlio Cham
ber of Commerce, linn received a let
ter from Henry Wolfer, until en ot
Minnesota State. Prison, asking for In
formation on the ctiltlwitlon of sisal
rollowliiK nro n few of the queries
"About u lint Is the ncrenRC ot sisal
In the Hawaiian IhI.ukIh? How old
are tlio plnntntloiiH? (live me tlio
names of pome who arc Intel cstcd In
thin Industry. What Is tlio value of
lands per acre suitable for raising sl
hi I? What Ih the condition of tlio
labor market, and Is tlio labor relia
ble and Btablc? What Is the cost of
producing k1h.i1 per pound? Do they
tiso the s.imo machinery for extract
ing fiber that la used In Yucatan?'"
It would seem from the letter that
Mr. Wolfer Is not kecking Informa
tion on behalf of the Institution over
which he presides, but with n lew to
investing in the Industry licie. j
Mr. Wolfer continues: "'I hnvo
ecu scleral notices of late In the Ini-j
iilcnicnt papers of Chicago and Phil-'
adelphta of the success obtained In I
the raising of sisal In Hawaii. In the I
Inst nrttclc the stntement was madol
Hint Hawaiian grown sisal was pro-
notinccd by 'fiber experts to be the .
best quality, equal to Hint produced
In Yucatan; that the lcld of liber
amounted to from fiuu to 1000 pounds'
per acre per annum, and that tlio to- I
,a. coat of gildings and machinery for
" "'"'."I !!'L"J ?? nCy8 V!'."'1 I1,"1 !
exceed 110,000. Also stated that tho
iuuook ror tins crop was a very goon '
one, and that there was much land
available suitable for the cultivation
of sl3al "
It Is needless to say that Secretary
Wood will furnish Mr. Wolfer with
ull desired Information.
LARGE SUM WANTED
FROM LOAN BILL
(Special to The Mullctlli)
Wallukii. Maul. April 3. Sam K. Ke
llliiol, a clerk in the County Clerk'a
1 1 like, will go to Honolulu this after
noon by the itenmer Iualuni from La
halna. Ho goes with full jioners from
the County rnthcrs to present a res
olution hy the Hoard amounting tu
(110.000 to be included ill tho County
Loan 11111. it U understood that tho
Hoard Is In favor or House III 1 1 ir.0,
re enabling the Counties to provide
lor County loans. The County Father
wish to hoi row $110,000 for toads In
liana, Maluiunii and l.alialna Dlslilcts.
Senator S. II. Kalue, Wulltiku'H repre
sentative, on tho lloaid being 111 and
unable to attend the meetings of tin.
I'onrd this uelc, tho urgent nerds of
Williiku District for a loin will lvito
to ho Included In the nuU Coim'y
l.oun Illll two seam hence. Wulluku
District does npprcne of this action,
but since its reorescnliitlvo Is not on
tlio ntllvu list Its wishes and needs
cannot, of course, bo use oi tallied, Wul
luku district Is entitled to tv.o-tlilnU
of tho items In tho proposed lesolu
tlon, became Wallukii In ieallt nils",
two-thirds of the rcumuo of Jlau!
mm bv m
"Kmpty his honor though he wea"s
a crown" hctlts tlio position of General
MniArtliur, eonimnudlng ofllcer ot "lio
L'nlted Statej Army, niys tho rim
Kraiiclsco Call of locent date.
Ho has Ihcii sheUed by tho pownis
In Washington as n lesult of tlio dlf
lerencea four jears ugo between Sccra
tary Tafl, then Governor of the Phil
ippines, and General MacArtliur. who
was In command of tlm mllltmy fox
03. At that 1 1 mo there, was a gie-it
clashing of swords between tlio two.
Taft wanted to hao absolute cuntioi
if the Islands. .MacArtliur maintained
that tho chll and mllltaij powti'd
ihould be upon separato bases.
(Iciieral MacAtthur was wltlidravn
from the Phllliiilues ami since , tlmt
time has been stationed at Port Ma
son In command ot tho l'aclllc Divi
sion, excepting dining the period ttiat
'.so was In Japan .
Divisions aio to he abolished April
30, and naturally General MacArtliur,
being the commanding officer, wns of
fered first chatico to belect a post In
one of the depatlmciits. New York
wns olTeied him, hut thin ho declined,
becauno lie would bo too near Wash
ington and Taft. Ho flmily chose
tho Depnitmeut of California, as ho
mcfcircd I hla port to unv other In tho
annv Tart hnd other lows'for this '
poit and ru General MacArtliur was
.ule:l icipipjtcd to select a place to '
wilte his vlevB of what he saw during i
Ills visit to tho uusso-Jupuiiern war.
With this rcquert from tlio Wnr De
partment ho will ttep down and out
riom an actual command of fences cm
prll 30 and take up a quiet ubodo In
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of the clay.
SUFFERED 15 YEARS
MR. OZIAL ROUNDS.
Resident of Welland
Finds Relief in Pe-ru-na.
Mr. OiUl Rounds, Welland, Onl , a
retired lumberman and a resident of
Welland for half a century, writes:
"For fifteen years prior to 1000 I was
a sufferer from hay asthma anachronic
diarrhea. I zrew weal; and cmuclatid
and was tortured with Insomnia.
"I was treated bycinlnont plijslclans
but. If anything, was worse than rcr.
In fact, I was In a miserable a condi
tion as a man could be.
However, 1 chanced to try I'crun.i
and noticed an Improxcincnt. Thus
encouraged, 1 continued, and after tak
'" ,ovc,ral ,K,t " ,of 'ur nrcclou
?& : M i
". r advanced age, 83 years 1
havc ob,alnca ,uch SOO(l rc,lu ,rom
I'cruna, after so many years of needless
suffering, there can bo no doubt of Its
cdlcacy In tho treatment of younger
For special directions everyone
thould read "The Ills of Life," a copy
of which, surrounds each bottle. Pc
runa Is for sale by the following drug
gists and will supply the retail trade
In Honolulu, Hawaii: Denson, Smith
& Co., Hobron Drug Co., Honolulu,
1 SPORTS I
On tho Hotel Hatha alleys tonight
there will bo one of the most Interest
ing matches of tho present tourna
ment. Tho Diamond Head Athletic
("lull team will bowl against the Wela
Kn Xlol team, if tho Diamond Heads
lose It will put them o.it of tho run
ning fo they will do their best to tuk"
llnlh teams me In fine sh.ipo for to
night's contest as both h.in had
ample practice. Captains Schmidt and
.Mrdalie arc both timlldcul of lauding
On l''i!ila night Hie man Ud men
are going to play the single men In a
rtlcndh game, ijneli hae strong teams
anil a closn match should result.
I .illunlng is the liue-iiji for tonight's
match, which starts nt s o'elo'k-
Diamond Heads I'. O. Schmidt
(Captain), It. nlelow, ('. o.sn, i:. I'.
Selimiilt and W. I. Cimtle.
Wela Kn Nlol T. C. .McOiilie. W.
Dlrl;-on, 1'. C. Hall, C. SpllnKs, O. C.
K )t X & M ii il li R A !l X Si X B K X
HONOLULU WEATHER V
S X A V. K J X (. M x X K X X -i X !f
Tciiipemtinca (i a in., (K; s n. m.,
(S 10 a. m., 72; noon, 73; morning
Ilarometor, S a. m 30.11!; ubholuto
Humidity, 8 n. in., I.ISS gialiu per
cubic foot; rclatho humidity, K a. in., j
I'M tier cent; dew point, 8 a. m , fit.
Wind 6 ii. in., cloclty 8, direction i
N. i:., 8 a. tn vcloclt 10. direction N
i:.; 10 a in., velocity 8, direction N.
H.; noon, velocity 9, direction 1J. I
Halnlall during 21 hoi rs ended 8 a
m., .0.", inch, '
Total wind movement dm lug
houra ended at noon, 2r, nils.
WM. li. STOCKMAN.
Section Dliector. V. S. Wonthcr ituroau
M BAND CONCERT K
Theio will bo a public band conceit
'onljjht at 7:30 at Thomas Sfiuaio;
Maich "Comrades" TciKr
Overture; "Victor i:iiiiiianucl"..Klliig
Inttrmozi'o: "Caallorla Hiistlcatm" I
Selection; "llolicml.ui Girl'"... ll.iiro
Vocal- Hawallml Songs. ar 1 norger i
Selection: "Jtoso of Shlias'nilenberg
ItitermerzoS "Chen)" Albert
Kluale- "Tho Haglea" Scliult
"Tho Stnr-SnanKlcd llanner"
The BUSINES8 MAN'8 HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulle-
tin and the Weehly Edition, plves a
concise and complete resume of all le.
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real e
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,)
75 P month. Weekly Oullstln,
SI Per year, '
If - t t
i ' ' , U? "'--hi
fjr Wff Ml & Us is Jff j mA ySL'V -s jfM vEu W(JPMf pw
ON SATURDAY MORNING WE WILL PLACE ON SALE THE
FOLLOWING BARGAINS IN SHIRT WAIST PATTERNS:
Lot 1 HANDSOMELY EMBROIDERED on Linen LACE
INSERTION, formerly $2.75; reduced to $1.50
Lot 2 JAPANESE EMBROIDERY on SHEER LINEN, for-
mcrly $4.50; reduced to $2.50
Lot 3 PURE IRISH LINEN, HAND'EMBROIDERED, for
merly $5.00; reduce to . .$3.50
Lot 4 FRENCH HAND EMBROIDERED, formerly $0.50;
reduced to .' $5.00
Besides the handsome embroidery for the front, cuffs and col
lar, there is PLENTY OF PLAIN MATERIAL for finishing the
Sale will begin on SATURDAY MORNING and last till M0N
DAY EVENING, unless disposed of earlier. At the above prices
they will probably all be sold on Saturday.
The BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulle
tin ind the Weekly Edition, alves a
I concise and complete resume of all le
gal notices, carts tor tenders, judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
7nJ P" month. Weekly Bulletin,
SI per year
In .Judicial y building, blHer siialio
ling. Inquire this office. 3CC3-at
N-itlco Is liorcli gUen that V. Van
Hlng litis sold all his interest in Hint
, ....,. ...i'
ccil.uil wi;uneii uuiiuinh. uit., ui. ,,-
kelc, i;wa, u.iiiu, on April sen, iuui,
to tlio undersigned.
TOXCi YAK WA1 CO.
POUND MASTER'S NOTICE OF
Nollco la hereby given that (ho ani
mals described below hne been itn
IMiimded In tho Go eminent pound nt
MaUlkl, Kopn, Island of Oahn, and tin
less tho pound fees and damages aro
sooner satisfied will bo sold nt flif
cl.'to hereunder named according U
Apr. 8th, 1307 lloan horse, whllo
stai on forohcad, two hind feet
white, shoes taken off forefeet, no
Tho abovo animal will bo sold on
Sitmday, Apill 20th, 1H07, at 12
o'clock noon, tt not called for beforo
tho dato mentioned.
WILLIAM J. KAItltATTI,
CG5o 3t I'nuudmmitcr.
leivc town until vou call on the
HOTEL. NEAR FORT.
10 m m
Our prices in some cases cut in half. The stock must be re
duced. We have
500 Pairs Ladies' Shoes, all sizes, former price S2.50.
SALE PRICE 91.25
280 Pairs, former price $1.75, SALE PRICE $1.00
144 Pairs, former price $1.75, SALE PRICE $1.25
230 Pairs of Slippers, former price $1.75, SALE PRICE. . .$1.00
900 Pairs of Children's Shoes, former prices, $1,25, $1.50,
$1.75 and $2.00, will all go for $1.00 A PAIR
COME AND SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY.
L. B. Kerr
MAY WE BE OF ASSISTANCE
There are many hard places In a
housewife's life that can be crossed
without much trouble when a skillful
hand Is the guide.
Butter-buying, for Instance. It Is
worr ana a "uaie many ana yei
such an easy thing to get the
to your dealer or 'phone the order to
Leading Hat and
GOOD WORKMANSHIP GUARAN
TECD OR MONEY REFUNDED.
We clean all kinds of hats. Clothes
cleaned, dyed and repaired. Goods
called for and delivered. 1154 Fort
St. opp. Convent, Phone Main 403.
A. Gomes, Mp;r.; Felix Turro, late of
the hxjiert Kat Cleaners.
CagT BULLETIN ADS. PAY -sjsff
& Co., Ltd,,
ON TUESDAY, APRIL 30, $
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
lit mv salesioom, S" Knaliiimntiu St.
I will toll nt public unction by or
der of tho licasuicr, Mr. .1. Water
house, the following
Certificates of Stocks
Nahiku Sugar Cc Ltd.
unless tlio fifth assessment now de
linquent, with Interest and advertis
ing expenses, Is paid on or beforo
that date and cmlcf of wile, at tho
olllco of Alexander & Baldwin, Lim
ited, Stangcnwald building, Hono
Ceitlflcnlo No. .12C, .1. II. Callag-
Itnn, for 60 shares.
Certificate No. -122, .T. N. ICanniilu,
for 10 shares.
Certificate No. 73S. Trunk M. Or-
mond, for 20 shares.
Trensuicr Nahiku Sugar Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, April 3, 1907.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
A GOOD LUNCH WITH
A GLASS OF BEER
TO CHEER YOU UP
in the MIDDLE OF THE DAY.
HOTEL AND BETHEL STS.
Tel. Main 198.
P. O. Box 192. .
E. J. LORD,
Lord and Reiser,
Dredglno, Sewers, Grading, Paving,
Teaming, Crushed Rock.
Black and White Sand and Soil
OFFICE AND YARD
.....SOUTH & KAWAIAHAO STS.
FOR RENT OR FOR SALE.
VON HAMM.VOUNO COMPANY, Ltd,
TELEPHONE MAIN 200.
FOR 20c A DOZEN. "
J. M, LEVY k CO,,
'PHONE MAIN 140.
Phone, MAIN 147
liJU.1 k .
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