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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, FEB. 4, 1911.
COURT DECISION SAN FRANCISCO Great Reduction in s t, Blue Sergre Suits . ny i MIME IN HIS FAVOR Curtains - i..--v.:v-.-;-----.-:;:;7 ' " FOR TMONDAY AND TUESDAY,- FE3RUARY 6 AND 7 " " --' V -- ' I , , . , ., , . , ,.. . . ; NOTTINGHAM WEAVE LACE, CURTAINS j;eHutif.jJ de 'finnk iii WHIc nnd. Iv-nt: 3 ami SVi yards l'ong by .TO. imilwr wide. Suhir ft. 00: Fpeeial .SO " f l.iio; " ". 1.15' " ,. . " , l.r.o "h .',:, ,:'" " : 1.7.. "-on; . ..,-, 'J : jj-j;": .; 2.: " ' r..r.o '..'. " ; ' '; r.o 4. no " "..r,o , NEW CURTAINS. CLUNV IIMSERTION-rtosulnr 4 per pair; t i-i!:il, $;!.LT lioi' I '. . IRISH -POINT CURTAINS nnd nmny more of great attractiveness. I ' Sachs' Dry Goods Co.; Wonderful Formula ,; -After. Hard Lcaal ' , - Battle. Corner Fort and Beretania Streets ' ill II Opposite Fire Station perfect Cleanliness . U- : ' .'i , - - ,i IN EVERY DEPARTMENT Fuie Milk and Cream "' " from absolutely healthy cows The Pond Dairy For a Good Meal, quickly pre pared and well served, ago to the Palm Cafe, f'lION'R 2011 HOTEL STREET Remember! . the Palm Test Is "The Best" " ', 7T f It's Paint AO YOU WANT A GOOD JOB. SEE ME TOM SHARP Sharp SignS PITON 1P07 ARE SEEN EVERYWHERE raONE 1G07 ELITE BUILDING Eminently Satisfactory ' . IS THE WORK DONE BY THE French Laundry - J. Abadie, prop 777 KING STREET 1 NO B1ANCHES PHONE 1491 Weekly Bulletin Sf Per Year .Urn,-; Benjamin, who believes that Btdtqhcbr trouble causes 90 per cent of the ill health' of the present, genera tion, has been in Honolulu several weeks. -His claims are now admitted by a large number of local people, and tlie young man it- winning new adherents every day. Benjamin stated Thursday that hundreds of people in Honolulu are now trying his medicine. An hour spent at the Honolulu Drug Co.'s store, 1(124 Fort street, near Klnir stioet, where he is meeting the pub lic. WOUld indicate llliu etnlmiiunl t, be correct, judging from the number who call in that length of time. In speaking of his success, I!ro. Benjamin said: 1 "I believed ten years ago that any one who could produce a formula that would regulate the stomach would have a fortune. When 1 got hold of this formula 1 knew with that 1 was right and my fortune was made." 1. called the medicine liro. Benjamin's Herbalo, although I did not get ill) the formula. 1 hnv owned- it, however, for over eight years. I have had one lawsuit over it," Wliigli, I ,won, in the Cincinnati courts. When it was selected the Bro. Benjamin Remedy Co. became the,, only company in the world that can prepare the medicine. The med icine, lias sold like wildfire wherever introduced. , knew it would be hist as successful in Honolulu as it has In the States. That is why I said when I first arrived that thousands would buy it before t left." Statements obtained .Friday from a number of Benjamin's callers who have tried the medicine are very strong. Among them Mr. David Ka kalia, living nt Kakaako near Hono lulu, Iron Works, was especially em phatic. He said: "1 am a wll num after a year's constant imiiimaii,,,, and stomach trouble a has ever had indigestion knows what this means. I don't think anything about this Beniamln m.i know. 1 know it has made life a dif ferent tiling for me. i don't believe Benjamin ever had a more skeptical man taking his medicine than 1 was when 1 started. Because I had tried everything on the lace of the globe trying to get relief, I actually refused to believe the medicine was helping me -the first few days. I had to ad mit it, however. Today I sleep like a log, have a line annetite mni ..sir. eat anything. The medicine relieved the cause of my ill health almost at once. Cutting Out Brisbane Has j naisea interesting . : . Question. FIRST M. E. CHURCH. It. IT. R. K. Miss n. Sunday services of the First M. V. church, corner of Vlctm-h. ui,..,..t .....i fScrctaniu avenue. Parsonage adjoin ing church, IIIL'O liurctiiuia avenue. Ilev. it. R Smith, mixlm- Sunday school, !):4,-, a. m. Trent, superintendent. I "raise service, 11 a. ni. Rev Smith. Kpworth League, fi:lin p. ni. I 'harlesu ortli. leader. Ptople's service, 7::;0 p. ni. Rev li t-'niith. Rev. R. R. Smith will preach at. the morning nnd evening services. His subject for the mornlnir sermon uitl be, "The Three (rent Conceptions of the Christian Life," The evening service in the future will lie known as the "People's Service." Popular subjects will be taken up by the tlastor In 'his sennnna nn,l :!!, pedal music by the choir this service vill be made very Interesting. A most cordial Invitation Is extended to all to attend these services. Strang ers and tourists' especially welcomed. The Canadian-Australian liner Ma kma from Vancouver and- Victoria which made a short stay at the port last night suggested aii interesting phase in the settlement upon a nape for vessels of the .Cnlnn Steamship Company in covering a nionthiv ser vice between the Pacific coast and the Antipodes. Officers on hoard tli: M:iUm- .in. ctared that before the vessel departed from Vancouver, it was freely hinted m snipping circles at the Itriiish. Co lumbian port that it might lie advan tageous to tile Cannilijiii-A i, ,..,!!., line or rather lho I'mOn Steamship ..uiupany wnicu is about one am! the same thing, to arrange for a contract i or a service oetween Sydney, n s W., and ban Francisco. It is claime l that II was very questionable whether more van interests would not be served by a line running between Australia and the United States. Those connected 'witn the Makurn and best qualified to speak stale that much time is lost by the steamers in their call at Brisbane. "We have to go ui a river for quite a distance and lit stow speed, While Auckland, New Zealand is between three and four days run troni Sydney, it is predict ed that the Canadian-Australian ves sels will loose but a clay over the present schedule, whereby fliey now call at Brisbane. The .present, contract is said does not expire until July .",1st. The new contract with New Zealand will there fore not. go Into effect until the first of August. It is expected that though the steamers are now to go from Vancou ver to New Zealand, they will still have to come on to Sydney in the or dinary course of business, though they will be under n-i obligation to do so. One hundred and fifteen passengers in the several classes hitIvo.i ,,f Ho nolulu last evening bv the Makura. A large percentage of these people are said to be tourists. . , Before the Makura sailed on her voyage to Australian ports by the way of Famf tig Isl iml.- a small con signment of freight including mo cases of whiskey, 2lrt drums of cod fish and several packages of sundries or discharged. The vessel met with strong west erly winds and seas during the trip uoyyn irom Hie coast. .. . Our Spiring Line of True Blue sere BASKETS SMELL 10 HIGH HEAVEN ISSSSSSESt It ti 1 1 o 1 1 n phone numbers arcs UiinIiicss ((Slice UiV.ii. I.dlforlal lioonis 21s.,. It is a boisterous odor that comes from a collection of fish baskets tlmt gent rally remain scattered ulimir the j wati rl'ront at such places frequented by Japanese lishermen, who call at the port to dispose of their catch. There is a spot situated between the Kinau and Afaun.i l.n.-i ulmrieu iimi t times smells to high heaven. It has been a practise to unload j freshly-eaugiit fish into baskets that I niv hi Ion I that their oresence l,e- conicM a stench in the nostrils of the im.-.-,erip,v. j can iron ine city nsli in spector or sanitary oflicial, followed by an examination of these receptacles in which listi are placed, would result in their wholesale condemnation. The baskets are a haven for flies and also for drifting refuse and dirt blown by the lour winds. If the brand of perfume that usually penneate a well-regulated soap fac tory must continue to assail the de fenseli ss. those whose business calls them to the waterside sigh for a change to a purer atmosphere. Suits are now on display. These Suits are guaranteed to retain their color and shape through out the life of the Suit. Original designs and skilful hand-tailoring form the basis of our claim. Any of these Suits not giving entire satisfaction we will replace it or refund the purchase price BY AUTHORITY, Otllce of the Hoard of Health. Honolulu, Hawaii, February 4, ldll. TKNDKKK FOR FL'RXISi J AND KUriPMKNT, CFXKRAI. HOSPI TAL, KA LAPPA PA, iAIi)l,OKAI. Sealed tenders, In diplicato, endorsed "Tenders for Furnishing and Equip ment, General Hospital, Kalaupnim. Molokai," for furnishing and euuiiuilnir the General Hospital at Ivulaupapu, .Molokai, will be received at the ollice of the Board of Health until 12 o'clock noon, Thursday, February 10, mil. Specifications and a list of articles required, and other Information, may be bad upon application at the otllce of the Hoard of Health. Tenders must be accompanied by n certified check equal in amount to 5 per cent, of the tender. All bids must be made on forms fur nished by the Hoard of Health and must be submitted In accordance with, and be subject to, the provisions and requirements of Act C2, Session Laws, 1 909. The Board of Health does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any bid or tender. T"E BOARD OF HKAlI'II. ' " ' By its Acting President, - J. S. It. PRATT, i 4S-f:!-Feb. 4. fi, 7, 8, Jl, 10, 11, 1:1, 14, 1". 1 1 L URINARY DISCHARGES ItEUEVKD IN 24 HOURS Hiu h Can- x "V stdk bun r R (MIR VI the n:nnt yjJ,y 3 Bettnre oft on nteretis j M.I. lilM'r u :iutu 3 LOCOMOTIVE DRIVING WHEEL LOSES TIRE PIUI.ADFI.PIIIA, Jan. 4. An un usual nccldcnt happened to the Xcw York train on the Pennsylvania, which left here at S:.'!0 u. m. today. At Princeton Junction the tire of one of the big locomotive's driving wheels flew off, striking and seriously Injuring a man standing mi the station plat form. The the rebounded and struck the side of the Pullman coach attached to the train. The glass In several win dows of the Pullman was shattered, but no passengers were injured. The dis abled engine whs detached and the next northbound train took the pas sengers r the disabled train to New York. QUICK GLASS ' REPAIRS All kinds of eyeglass and spectacle repairing done ns if by magic. Special lenses irronnfl tn nria, prompt and accurate work. Broken frames repaired. "' A. N. Sanford, Optician ' ' BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET ... Over May & Co. - & 'For Snip" Ptirdu n Tluf'eHo ft 21S5 rdKntlal rooms 2250 , bnsliiesK oilice. These are the tele. itlintu. iiiimii.Tv of the Bulletin. 3.6 Today- Try a Glass of ''- . , ;:, 'i : Today n n U U LJ Kt 1 n 5C (Type) Today Now on Draught and in Bottle Everywhere in the City Brewed by Honolulu Brewing fc Malting Co. 2 ' - i : Today jl 'I T,.,,..-..L.,