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.EVENING DULLETiV,- HONOLULU, II. T., WEDNESDAY, JuA,Y 9, 1902.
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SHORTHAND taught thoroughly mil
kilefty, private tuition P M auric o
McMihon, Oonl Dely . City 2191-lw
WANTED A competent bookkeeper
weald like one or two small sets ot
books (o keep. Address L X, II., this
tfflcf. 21SS !
WANTED By experienced man of 28
occupation as bookkeeper, Btore
clerk, night watchman, lima or any
tchcr position; remuneration CO up;
Arzt-rnte Island references. Appl)
P. O. box 28. 2124-tf
lOWCRS'MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENT.AL AGENCY Nlgbt
watchmen furnished for buildings,
3!lnoss property and residences.
"Office and Residence School St.;
P. O. Hot 284. '. While 3691.
YOUNG lady would like nlci loom an I
Sofird, state terms and loi.itlon Ad
dicss W. this oltlie. 21SS:t
FOR SALE A large black gentle
driving mare and double stated trap
and harness, baigaln Appl) 1015
Artesian St. .'ITS If
FOR SALE (.'nam poll) tnddle and
bridle Ueukliane. Elite- bldg
FOR $750 You can buy n nice ii room
bousct with lot on Insane As)lum
road at Pnlama, on easv terms. J'.
!& Jt. Straiten, 32 Cainubull UI'itL.
apstalrs corner Fort and Merchant.
FOR SALE Clioleo
pots and cuttings
Mrs. K. SI. Ta)Ior
730 Kiuau St.
FOR SALE Furnlturo for five room
louse; privilege of renting. Call 1013
Artesian, near King. 2108-tf
FOR SALE One blooded jcarllng
Durham bull, at a bargain. Cni: 101 j
Artesian St. 21C9 If
CASOLINE ENGINE FOR SALE 44
horsepower gasoline engine, in
perfect condition. Apply to SI. I..
Smith Superintendent of The Hono
lulu Clay Co, Ltd. telephone, white
2321, or to Castle & Lnnsdale, Stan
jeswnld Bldg. 21C3-tf
FOR SALE A 3 year old fresh milch
eow. California Teed Co., Queen
ni Nuuanu Sts. 2138 tf
FOR SALE 1 Lodge & Shipley power
lathe, 1 drill press, 1 pipe cutter,
erats np to six Inches; nil new ma
chines, now on hand In Honolulu;
also one steam launch. W. II Pain,
Funahou. 21LG tf
FOR SALE Coral rock for filling. Ad
dress It. M. Duncan, at Bulletin of
TO LET Nicely furnished rooms for
two gentlemen. At Sirs II 51. Tn
tor's, 730 Klnau St.. near Alapal.
POR RENT Two rooms furnished for
housekeeping; no other roomers; rent
reasonable. 1304 Slatlock Ave, near
Kecaumoku St. 218tMw
FOR RENT Large, pleasant rooms
from $1.50 a week up; board and
room, $0.00. Enniiiro Mrs. Slay, 220
Llllha St. near School St. Rapid
TranBlt cars pass the door. 2150-tf
TO LET For three months, comfort
able furnished cottage, stable; Kal
nkl; rent $2o. Slagnlficent loca
tion overlooking town and sea. Par
ticulars at 732 Klnau St. 2175 2w
(TO LET Rooms Nos. 11 and 12, SIc
lctyre Building, formerly occupied
y Vlckory's Art Exhibit. Apply to
1 K. Bishop, at C. Brewer & Co.'s.
TO LET House on Young Street at
$30 per month; formerly occupied
by W. Ncedham Esq., near SIcCully
Tract. Has threo sleeping rooms,
bath, hot and cold water. Apply E.
T. Bishop, at C. Brewer & Co.
TO LET iJirgo Bulto of rooms suit
able for couple or three or four gen
tlemen; other rooms at low prices;
excellent board; healthy location;
hot and cold water; electric lights.
Address L. P.. this office. 2178-Iw
TO LET Cottages nt $15 and $10 per
3tonth, Walkahalulu lane, off
School St. P. n. R. Strauch, 32
Campbell block, upstairs, corner'
Tort and Merchant.
21 70-1 m
TO LET House, Llllhn St. near
School, with 2 bedrooms, parlor, pan
try, kitchen, bathroom, nt $14 per
month. Apply to Joseph Trias.
The weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin Is the largest and best pub
lished In the Territory. Sixteen and
twenty pages. $1 a year.
llnvo our machine nut In ccndltljn
for neat work. We repair, the best
and cheapest. Kor positions leave
)our address wltli us.
WASHINGTON LIGHT CO.
TO LET Air tnastUlto proof suite,
furnished bonrd If desired 144 Her
ctnnln Ave nenr Port. 21SS-lvv
FOR RENT Six room cottage. Luna
lllo street ni'iy Pensncola, $33. Ho
nolulu Investment Co., Jittlil Illdg.
FOR RENT. htx room cottage, l.u
nalilo slice t near Feiisncoln. $33 Ho.
noliilu Investment Co. Judd llldg
ONE nleel) luinlshed mosquito proof
room, 14'iu Punchbowl strict.
TO LET Iloomy bath tub, with either
hot or cold water anu All modern
Improvements, 'all at Silent Bar
ber Shop. 5019 tf
TO LET Furnished rooms at Sirs,
McConnel's, Onrden lane. 2055-tf
VATERHOUSE &. PODMORE, 39 S.
King St. cor. llethel, nre offering:
COTTAGE of 4 rooms at Walklkl.
THE SUM of $130 will purchase tho
entire contents of C room house Rent
of house $23.
RESIDENCE of Tred. T. P. Water-
house, Wllle St., Xuuanu Valley,
near the Rapid Transit Terminus.
Phoenix Insurance Co. of Hartford.
Columbia Bar-Lock Typewriters.
F. E. KING'S LIST.
COTTAGE with barn at the Bench
Good bathing. Kent $25.
Nicely furnished housekeeping rooms
at Cottage Grove.
I'lve-room COTTAGE. King Place;
LOTS at the Beach; 18 years to run
liood bathing. $75 to $100 per
F. E. KINC,
Cottage Grove, King Street.
ROOM AND BOARD.
HELEN'S COURT Slost centrally lo
cated moseiulto proof rooms In town:
$2.30 and up per week, Adams lane.
.Mrs. J Uuggaii, Prop.
DO NOT LOSE )our hair. Pachcco's
Dandruff Killer kills the dandruff
germ and stops falling hair. At Un-'
ion Barber Shop. I
LOST-A No. 3 Lastman kodak at
, fc "'"" " nun in iiuh.
Livery carriage on June 1 ith. $3 re-
...nu im iciiuu iu uuie-v, iiuwanan
LOST-WI1I party who took whlto silk
shavvl by mistake from 1151 Union
St. Saturday evening, Juno 28, kind
ly return same and receive reward.
LOST A yellow dog puppy, tug
on collar. Reward for return
Leslie De Ccvv, Oceanic Gas & Klec
LOST lletween Deretanla nnd Kine
Sts., below Nuuanti, a Bcurf and clov-
er leaf diamond scarf pin with fine
Rewaru for return to
LOST OR STRAYED A Japancso
pug dog; $5 reward for Information
leading to recovery. Addrep- Gus
Smith, Globo Bakery. Fort rit. I
LOST A manuscript on the Wnlalae Governor Taft und an army of vv It
road beyond tho Mollllll Church, on nesses have testified bc.ore the Senntn
June 19. Sultablo reward given for
return to this olTlce or station houso.
L08T One red horse, white stripe on
the neck, and threo white legs,
branded thus: SI on left hind leg.
Suitable reward will be paid on ro-
turn jf same to James H. Boyd, at
LOST Slany thousands of dollars
through neglecting to have Block
sufficiently Insured. Honolulu In-
vestment Co, ropresent four of tho
""""S1-'" ure '"8"ranco companies,
FOUND Gent's bicycle. Owner enn
have by proving property and pnv
Ing advertising expenses at S. K.
Kane s, Fort St., No. 93J. 2182-lw
FOUND Insurance against tho break-
nee of plate glass at The Honolulu
investment Co. 2051-tf
VOLCANO MARSHALL ADVOCATES
TERRITORIAL PHILIPPINE LAW
Volcano .Marshall Is on deck attain In
the .Manila American. He writes as fol
lows In the Issue of June 8 on "A Ter
I have received several eommunlen-
lions nnd an Innumerable number of
congratulations irom those I highly
AUtn,.n. ... ....II nr. fnm tl.nDn t ..-
......ill. tin n.'i. .in nun, uiunr un-
highly dlsesteem, concerning my re-
marks on the Phlllntilno Reiiubllc
which nppearod In Sundii)' American.
At the commencement of the article,.1
I Mated that I was In favor of a terri
torial form of government. And
why I appiove of such a government,
with ill) editor's pel mission, 1 shall
now set foith.
What does a terrltoilal form of gov
eminent for the Philippines mean?
It means thu extension of the Con-'of
Ftltutlon. It means that The Flag shall
tease to be a rag. It means n popular
form of government. It menus tilal by
Jur It menus securlt) to life, liberty
and property. It means free hpceth and
a free piess. it me. ills deaih to super-!
stltlon. which I'lceio deilaii's Is tho
sciikcIcks fenr of God. It imnni that the
ostracism and ma. gnaut and damnablo
persecution of men of pilnciple and
honor, who love their country nnd their
country's flag, shall ce.ise and ceaso
forevei. It means death to oilcan hlsni,
iii-puumii anil ncui'iiic), il menus tnai Hi-wim. i im- nui.u. u nur,i. nun. iiii-.un-the
30th of Slaj shall be a legal boll-, Ing a thousand stinks which c.u.hc
lint It imiriB tlint ilfOA.l K ...!, n til nan nmnllna itf I Ins tilcrflit (tin at if a in.
!....;.- ,-i ..i.
shall be nermltteil to iimctiie their
piofesslon, it means commercial ex- showing the kind of unhallowed ftH In conne.-tlon with discussing n tor
panslon: It means an honest dollar of 'allowed to leinaln In Manila during ritorlal form of government for tho
100 cents. In brief It means lecognl- four vears and more of AmerLin oc- Philippines. I bad contemplated saying
Hon of the superloilty of the Anglo-
Thut Is what a terrltoilal form or1
government for the- Philippines means.
Hut the ulteilorites, tho palsied
kneed, the decrepit, the feeble minded
nnd the know-iiothlngltes.say that this
Archipelago is not ready by birth, edu
cation or previous condition of serv I -
tude for n territorial form of govern -
miint! that there, nre mptnnhnriniit-
some eight or ten millions ' of black
spots on tho body politic. Well, sup -
pose there arc, what of it? Are tho In my Judgment, to display the nmlabll
acnte Americans and other Anglo-bax- Hy now shown bj ho man holding that
ons to he deprived of a constitutional ' responsible and exalted position; l.ej
form of government simply because would consider himself a servan of the
the country Is Infested with black People, ready at all times to give tnem
spots, unrepresentative of anything un
less It be the worthlessuess of total un
worth and the vllencss of total depi-av
What about the black spots In the
Southern States of the Union? What dentc to hnve- the joung follow taken
arc they doing there to efface them'""' nnl boloed before the wedding cake
from the body politic? They are ills- was baked.
Alabama, Louisiana. .Mississippi
North Carolina, South Caiollna, Vir
ginia and. I think, other Southern
Stales have practically
the ncL-rei. Thin .llnfinilflilsnmnlit h.ia
been accomplished by the ndoptlon of
mill- Slut., .iinutltiitliiim i, !,..r..l o 1 .
ored man to boancleuo'r must not only 'tloua scruples about liU being killed. Ib" 'l0'r,,l t a meeting of the So
be able to rend und wilte. but must' Hut I do most emphatically and most e y of Age,j Mal.lens for tho Suppres-
possess n certain amount of unincum
I don't know as Tennessee has adopt
ed such a constitution, but it will, as It
Is in the persimmon and pohsum belt
The acute American and other Intel
ligent Anglo-Saxon, do not demand. In
ll'e establishment of a territorial form
of government In the Philippines, that
siicii urnsiic measuies ue union vviin
,he Filipinos, as Is now being wage!
against ine Airo-Ainencans ni tno
South. All that the acute American
asKS is an educational iiuauiicniion
that no man be given the franchise un-
In.. Im r.nn ...nil (iv!,,. n M .1 om.nl ,l,n'
VC, Tshi' ' ""' ".," 7. ,.. I
l'"t, L'.,' """-., "l" ?.',.. ! ' e
this' No; for It only assures a tem
. pornry. and not a permanent dlsfrnn
I chlsement of the Filipino.
I challenge any student In the Phil
Ipplnes or elsewhere te show me any
""f .'" !"8,orr or "Wwlicre out ol
maim;, nueic u Kieui uilliuu uy cuu-
quest or purchase, or by both, on nc-
nulrlng a group of Islands, has relegat
cu "8 own langunBe, and declared by
'""tmcnt, the speech of the conquer-
cd people, the ollk-lal language of tho
country. A most edifying spectaclo!
Neurly us edifying us a Filipino, sitting
on nn lion bench with her feet 111 her
lap, picking her toes, and gazing In
wonder nnd awe at the statue of Carloj
Committee on tho Philippines that tha
Filipino Is Incnpablo of self-govern
ment. If this be true, what are you
going to do with him? What are you
going to do with the country ho occu
pies? If this bo true, why Is It that
he, lacking this knowledge of self-gov
ernment, Is dally being elovated In this
Archipelago to offices of great trust and
emolument, while bravo men who have
served their country and their conn- associate of my friend, tho late Stephen
tiy's flag aro vvllaout tho price of n m. White of California the ablest Seu
meal? Would such a deplorable condl- ntor that State has had since Newton
nun uxiH ii wo iiuu u ii-rriiunui lorui
oi Bovcrnmenc wiin loyai an.i patriotic:
Americans In offico? Most assuredly
Incapablo of self-government? Is that nothing, wants nothing from this neoc
unv renson why the white man Is not incy but the right to practice) his pi li
nt to rule? On the other hand isn't fission In this Aulilpelago
that the very rcabon Why ho should And who deprives him of that right'
Kulo? Striplings, who wouldn't know nn nc-
Wo can write, talk nnd specify till tlon In tort from a balky horso If they
the morning of tho resurrection nnd
l,,l,,,lul '""nons us to inspection, but ,
"" cuiumy win uihujs luiuaui in um-
turbiince, revolt and unurchy till a
white man's government Is established.
' ltlln1 fmlno.l In tin u 1i,t ..nnnnt onit
...... u, .....I..., .u ., n llu V......V.V w
this; and If he lin't. I'm n bottle of
mushroom catsup with a sour breath.
Governor Tuft testified before tin
same committee that the Filipino wail
Incapable of performing Jury duty.
Well. RtltinOMl llC H liVl
Well, suppose lie Is Incapable of Jury
. - . i
duty, what of If In my Judgment he
s an Incapable wretch nn) now. He Is
l " '""' " Improper noun In my
ers. trv as I inn), recognize him as my
composition I can't .even In my prav-
"little brown brother." and If I can, I'm
on American flag, chnrged with va
grancy, being without visible means of
Incapable of Jur duty' Is that any
le.isou vvh the white mnn cannot per
I form Jur dutj Is he. too, Incapabl"
Jury ilnt.v ' Let the Filipino furnish
the crime ami the white mnn the Jury
duty. In the organic net establishing
the terrltoij. It would be a simple mal-
ter to delegate Jurj dut to the whlto
man and to III m only.
If we had a territorial form of gov-
ernment no tariff walls would iib-ttiuei
the development of this great countij
The only wall then to iniim1 us trim
ble would be the one about the Wiilled
City. It would still remain ns a lepcul
toiy for illbcaso and deadly contagion's
.. ii. ..i.w.. ' i .
lliblttel ut tin- St Louis Exuosltloi. as
ciipatlon. Still I doubt. If It would
prove much of an attraction, even If
the nominal sum of a nickel were
'charged toi.ee It. ami If I do I'm a ie,l
parrot c racking hlckoij nuti v ith my
If we had n territorial form of gov
ernment we could elect our miiniolpil
' officers by popular vote, fills -Acinic:
1 be far preferable to the ostein now In
vogue. A lustlee of the o.mii i- so elect -
eel would look upon his office as a 'iiib -
'Nc "'"t. He would be far less likely.
an account of Ills stewardship.
If a joung man became a euitor for
his daughter's hand, and he llsllked
the chap. I cannot believe tlut be would
enter Into collusion with the presl -
i cie- i iiipuio pre sicic-nce unci jasucc
of the peace that did that, wer" entire
ly too amiable.
It Is needless to say, that even prior
to tlio pfit.ilillulinif.nt iT tliM lelilllnnlti
lloluililln ,n- n tvrillnrl.it f.irm .if ...
ernment, I have no objections to tho'
I'lllnliw. .n.lnt. .in. I 1 I, .,..,.,. ..,,!.. I
vehementl) protect nnd object to his'8'"" "' "-""" anu 'f"i'-'B"'"n "' '
being inurdeied. to his being holoed In
justices of the pence and presldente for
pnjing attentions to a girl. 1 it my
lounger yeais I frequently couitcd Krg
and I never was boloed. at least ! have
no lecollectlon of it.
Now If we had a tenltorlal foim of
government, men dlsphtvlutr such
nweetness of disposition would stand
lift ulllllll lit n llllftll i.. Imnill 4 n. nna.
,,,,,. al)0lll u ,.,.,, p,(tion. anil
f they would I'm u pi Icklv h'-ut bunlo.i,
If we had n tei ritorlal form of rrov.
. . .
T ,, . ' .," 0'",p"os,, 'i""
.'"' '.i'"''-'''' l-'-r "f any man n
the .Manila bur or any other bar, would
be departed from practicing his pro
fcfslon? When wnrs nlarmi sounded In the
early sixties, Lamtne. then Plxteon
years of age, went to Cue front nt hl3
countiy's call; perforate! with lead, he
wbb taken prisoner nnd Incarcerated
In Llhby prison, where he remained
for bIx long nnd weaiv months before
his exchange was effected. Returning
home ho utnjocl but a short tlm-. With
wounds that pained and n body weak
and debilitated, et with u courage In
domitable. Ijimtne nfrnln ui-iit to tho
of tho Confederacy. He has askel and
received nothing from his country In
return for the meritorious p-rformanco
of servlco; his rewurd Is tho approba-.four
tlon which comes to u man who con
sclentlously performs duty.
Kdwln II. Lamme has never held a
public office. It has often been thrust
upon him In nominating conventions of
the people and by the executive ap
pointing power, only to be refused. To
my knowledge he was offered n Su
perior Court Judgeship by Governor
Waterman of California, it was de-
Edwin II. Lamme was the filend and
uootn Lamme, learned In tho law,
girted in abstract knowledge, eloquent
bpcech, admired and loved for his
iimuiiiii-BU mill KUCIlll niiailClCS. USKS
were to meet It on the Estolta; and If i
they would, I'm u whlto crested wood-.
peeuer, eating miner
bcoten in nu
Tho continued Injustice to Lamme
recalls what Shakespeare says
Slen that make envy, and crooked
malice, nourishment, Dare bite the
The veriest dullard Inhabiting this
Archipelago, ae, tho attenuated ass,
browsing In dejection on thistles In
the outskirts of Manila, knows well,
fully nnd thoroughly well, If he have
but a superficial acquaintance with so
called "Insular possession" affairs, that
there Isn't an obstacle In the way of
Congress tomorrow passing an organic
act for establishing and the governing
of the Territory of the Philippines,
people, a democratic.
form of government.
Hut Congress won't do It. And why?
Congress knows nothing about tho
condition of affairs In this Archipelago.
The people In the States know less
about the Philippines than Congress
Now In order that Congress nnd tho
people of the t'nlted States may acquire
borne reliable Information about this
Insurrection-Inspiring land. I want to
make a modest suggestion, nnd I par
tlcularly request that ou withhold
your smiles for at least twenty-four
houis and not diffuse them now. Tho
suggestion is this Let thu Legnspl
monument on the Lur.ctu be taken
down and shipped on the next trans
port S.in Francisco bound. On nrrlV'
Ing In Ameitia let It be set up In front
of the National Capitol or the Whlto
House In Wtshlngton. It will be nu
.educator, and tf It won't I'm n pound
of potatoes holding up a gold dollar In
(C mnritet place
Ye gods! how wildly desperate man
Is' In suggesting the removal of the
I Legnspl monument am 1 guilty of
i criminal libel?
something about Hawaii which Is very
pertinent to the subject, but I will de-
fer that to some other time when spaco
will not preclude too brief treatment
'ltntinli li-i nn ovrnttnnt fnrni nf pnr
ernment, beautiful homes, n well kept
and orderly Jail and a handsome fish
market. At one time It had a libel law
hut It Is deadr now than a cold stor
'age duck. When the oligarchs were
"' most eviuy msposeu. me couiury
' was nover damned vv Ith a sedition Intv;
' and If It was I'm a Jar of sweet nickels
In proximity to a sour disposition.
Thursdaj night, In the seclusion of
lonllness I hit in leg to keep from
laughing to death. What caused this
uproarious merriment, which threaten
cd speedv dissolution, were several
stKitllni: statements, appearing In pub
' He print, among them being something
about a prophet being tinhonored In
bls own country, nnd Rome not being
built In a da From n cursory glanco
"' the article dovetailed with these
astounding aphorisms. I Inferred that
'" - . w.h "..- e.. ..
local application. If such be the case
1 wish to say. In the most Impersonal
way. that the species of prophets wo
have In the Philippines are not only
I linhOllOrdl here, but WOllId be linllOn
"rr(1. '" V"? Tia.rler of thc R'obe and
"1 tile Lind Of Nowhere; tllCl' WOUlll
And as fcr Rome" If I remember
rightly, the earl foundeis. the first In
hnbltnnU of the Eternul City built on
'seven hills In their tnfanev. derived
noiirlshniert fiom the tents of a sho
It strlkee mo dear reader, that some
of our unhor.ored local prophets aie
dinging with Kie.it te-nnelty to tho
teats of the Filipino wolf, und snarl
and growl and gnash their teeth when
n constitutional government Is men
tioned. It sterns to me that If they
desire to pose as prophets, to be hon
ored when they are the least known,
and rcmiln iinhouored nnd unhung
where they are best known, they should
relinquish their hold of the beast und
nssume an upright position among
Was It premonition Eighteen
months ago as C XI. Hroady, lato clerlt
In the Adji ' int General's ofllce, stoo J
with his wlf and child on the deck of
n government transport In San Fran
cisco harbor a the vessel was weigh
ing nnchoi for Manila, he clasped his
devoted companion In his arms and
wept. ' Sly dear," said he, I hate to
leave America' This Is my country. 1
lovo Its history and its freedom
know I shall never return to It alive.
Thursday on the ninth nnnlveranrv
of his marriage, and after nn Illness of
days Broady died. Ills body was
cremated, but his good deeds and thoy
wero many, will live with his friends,
Hroady was thirty-six jcars 0f age,
Ho was a student of Franklin College,
Indiana, und had been In the govern
ment employ for a number of years.
He was a warm-hearted, Impulslvo
man; n man whose bounty and liberal
ity wero only circumscribed by hlj
means, what he had was ulwnjs ut tho
-) disposal of his filends. He was a pn-
tilotlc American He leaves a sorrow
ing wlfo and daughter six jears of age.
Hroady! hall and farewell!
with my edltoi's permission I do.
sire. In conclusion, to say a few word,
on n purely personal matter. To my
IIPUHnnnnr frlnn.la nn tl, Ktnlnlnn.l
and In the coral-reefed isles of south
em seas, my gratitude Is jours The
gallantry with which ou have defend
ed mo nnd my touise In these Islands,
merits in) slnceie thanks
Theio are times In nil our lives when
wouls Ignoniliiioiislv fall to exni ess the
emotions of the heait This Is ono ol
thoso times to me I tliaiil jow,
Manila, June 7, 190J.
KELLETT & ROBINSON Attorneys-nt-Law;
Rooms 11 and 12, Magoon
bldg.; 'Phone Main 163.
F. M. BROOKS Attorney; rooms 9-10,
8preckels bldg.; Tel. Main 344.
CARLOS A. LONG Attorney; 15 Kaa
humanu 8L; Tel. i81 Mala
I, M. DAVID80N Attorney-at-Law;
109 Kaahumanu St.
GARDNER K. WILDER Attorney-at-law;
McDONALD A LANQSTON Contract
ors and Builders; im union nc
C. A. COWAN 1186 Union St, opp
Pacific Club; sundries, etc.
E. J. WALKER Coffee Broker; room
4. Sprccltcls bldg.
PACIFIC. VEHICLE &. 8UPPLY CO,
Finn rnrrlnecs. wagons, harness
and whips; Deretanla near Fort St.
THF KASH CO., LTD. Two stores
23 27 Hotel St. and cor. Fort & Hotel.
ALBERT B. CLARK, D.D.S. Cor. Bcr
ctanla nnd Sillier; hours 9 to 4.
DR. DERBY Dentist; Fort nnd Hotel
8ts.; Gns administered for extracting
E. TAPPAN TAN N ATT Civil and
electrical engineer; office, room 4,
Spreckels Block; residence, 1313
Wilder Ave.; Tel Slnln 132.
W. BEAKBANE Card engraving and
stamping; room 2, Ellto bldg.
MERCHANT8' PARCEL DELIVERY
Bethel St., opp. Waverlcy bile; Tel.
621 Blue; pkgs. called for and del'd.
HARNESS AND SADDLERY.
MANFG. HARNESS CO. Corner Fort
and King Sts.; Tel. Mall 228, P. O.
CALIFORNIA HARNESS SHOP Fort
St.. opp. Club Stables; P. O. box 791.
THE PACIFIC HOTEL 1182 Union
St. opposite Pacific Club. Nowly
furnished rooms; mosquito proof;
electric lights; hot and cold wnter;
flrst-c.ass table board. Mrs. Harm,
THOS. LINDSAY SIfg. Jeweler and
watchmaker; 630 Fort St.; Lovo
bldg.; latest In novelties.
TERRITORIAL MESSENGER 8ER.
vieit union at, nr Hotel.; Tel.
THE OAHU COLLEGE Department of
iiiisic. i a. iiauaseyus. Director.
Open nil summer for Instruction In
piano, voice-culture, organ and liar-mon'-
ANNIS MONTAGUE TURNER Vocal
instructor; "Jllgnon," 1024 Dereta
IOLANI QUINTET E. P. Hatfield,
Mgr. Music for all occasions. E. K
Knot's Btuello; Tel. SI. 231.
MOANA QUINTET CLUB Sluslc for
an occasions. Leave orders Borg
Btrom Sluslc Co.; J. S. EUls, SIgr.
E. K. KAAI Teacher nf strlnir ln.tr,.
ments; studio, Lovo bldg., Fort St,
Telephone Slnln 231.
HAWLEY'8 MILLINERY PARLORS
j no laicsi in millinery, etc.; Boston
bldg.; Tel. 264 Main.
ANTONE PILARE8 & CO. Plumbers
ana iinsmitnB. All kinds of sanl
tary work. Sewer connections a
specialty. Charges to suit the
times. Corner Vineyard and Emma.
DR. 8LOGGETT Eye, Ear, Nose and
Thoat; office at Eye and Ear Infirm
ary, Alakea St, Hours 9 a. m. to
4 p. m.
DR. WM. G. ROGERS Eye. Ear, Nose
and Throat; 1146 Alakea St.
P. E. R. STRAUCH-Real Estate
handled to best ndvantago; houset
rented; loans negotiated; money in
vested oa best securities. 32 Camp
bell Blr-ck, 3iG rort street.
E. MORIKUCHI 14 Hotel St.. nr. Nu ,
"anu, Telt, straw, pannmn hati
ALBERT BERNDT Tailoring and re
pairim?: i;iks uldg., 016 sillier St.
G. D1ETZ Wntchmaker and lovvelor
10C0 Fort St.
ISLAND OF MAUI, LAHAINA,
8UQAR E8TATE8, MAGNIFICENT,
8CENERY, BEAUTIFUL DRIVES,
SHIPPING FACILITIES, ETC.
ORDER rig from Pioneer Stables. Ele
gant turnouts; Telephone No. lio.
LAHAINA 8TORE Lumber, Whole
sale Liquors, Merchandise. C. B.
DR. WILLIAM PETERS Physlclai
nnd surgeon; Lahnlna, Slaui.
G. H. DUNN Express and drayage;
Agt Wilder and Inter-Island.Tol. 113.
STOP at Pioneer Hotel. Excellent ac
commodations. O. Frceland, Star.
G. H. DUNN Notary Public. Convoy
nnccs. Deputy Tax Collector, Legal
Documents. Offico Government bldg
May Soon Occur
Wllkesbarrc. Pa., Juno 18. Unable
to make further progress In the an
thracite strike President Mitchell this
morning Issued a call for a national
convention of United Sllno Workers,
which Is to consider tile advisability ot
ordering n national strike. If thh
movo Is successful, It will Involve over
3C0.O00 men, who now produce nbout
215.000,000 tonB of coal n yenr. If tint
leaders can control tho organisation
all tho coal mining cast, south and
north of Tennessee, Inclusive, except
In the centra) Pennsylvania district,
will be stopped and a suspension ol
work such as, the world bus never seen
NAT'S GOOD FIGHT
New York, Juno 26. A cable to tlw
Evening Journal from London says:
Rumor has It hero that the boxing
tournament at tho National Sportlm;
Club was augmented by a bout not
on the program, but of stellar attrac
tion. The principals were Nat Good
win, the actor, and Louis Colin, a Lou
den bookmaker. Goodwin nnd Colin
nnd vlowed the Ryan and Erno fights
and differed matcilnlly as to the mer
its of the encounters. Gorman, who
was Rynn'H opponent, appealed to
Goodwin im a mere duffer, and he did
not hc8itntu to volco his opinion. Colin,
on the other hand, could sec nothing
but science) In Gorman's abilities and
quickly entered Into a worely tiff with
tho nctor. "Why, I can lick him my
self." said GoodAln Colin tetorted that
ho could uot even whip him.
The sporting piocllvltles of both
men were aroused and a maldi wai
made there and then for C100 a side.
The party Immediately adjourned to
tho ring. Pugilist Tomnij West hold
the watch for Goodwin The bout open
ed In whirlwind stle. with Goodwin
the aggressor. Ho easily showed him
Belt to bo Conn's superior with tlw
gloves und was given thu decision.
I Exclusion ot tliipnnesc.
' Washington, June 27. Representa
tive Robinson oi Indfuna (!).) will In
troduce a bill tomoirow for tho exclu
slon of Japanese laborers. His bill will
have tho same scope as the Chlneso ct
elusion Invv and is Indorsed, It Is said
by the American Federation of Labor.
It Is provided that registration shall bo
.open to Japanese now In tho Lountrv
, - .
, until January 1
I It Requires Nerve to stand the strain
of nervous neuralgia, plans In tho face,
head or any portion ot tho body. These
pains nre quickly stopped by the use
of PERRY DAVIS' PAIN-KILLER.
Tho relief is Immediate and lasting. Do
not suffer a moment longer but use the
Paln-KUler as directed. Avoid substi
tutes, thero Is but one Paln-KUler, Per
ry Davis". Price 23c. and 60c.
"The Quest of Love" Is a very Inter,
estlng story specially written by Ed
ythe Lewis Schmltt, one of the well
known contributors to "The Smart
Set," for next Sunday's Bulletin.
Lord Kelvin believes that some day
Niagara Falla will give heat, light nnd
power to the whole of this coutlnent.
....,w..v .......... n -ari, II nilU llt'BCripiinn tUlif
julclclT mnirtiiln our opinion free onellirr an
I iiTemlnii H nrohablr n ilenubte. Cumniunle-ii.
lent true. OMoit iieonrr for aeruniur putejila.
1'aienfi taken turomib llunn Vo. rtcetTtt
Iprr HI notice, without cliarco, luttie ""'"
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