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EVENtNO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H. FRIDAY, MAnCH 2, 1906.
The Little Ads with the Big Results
See PnKO 8, N3W TO-DAY, for Now Adas.
i HOUSE On Vineyard St.
1 HOUBB On Bcacu at Walklkl.
HOUSE On Klnau Street,
OFFICES In Walty Building.
WAJIBHOU8ES On Queen Street.
TmproTed and UnltnproTed Proper
tfouses In all i-arts of the City.
BISHOP fc CO.,
Beef catllo for sale at Ka
in huku Ranch. Kau, Ha
vail. 3212 U
ideal country homo at Manoa Valley,
nrrminilpil hv river! Eood bathing!
6r. cottage, barn, lawn, roses, fruit
trees, nr. car line. Bargain. Apply
r, i n. ii. airRiirh. Ileal Estate. 74
a. King 8t., Walty Bldg. 329G-tf
KAIMUKI PEOPLE ASKED
TO MOVE AT1RACTI0N
IMPROVEMENT DELEOATE8 TALK
AT HEADQUARTERS PUNCH
BOWL'S CLASSIC STRUCTURE.
Delegates of the city Improvement
were In line with making Honolulv
ono of the unique cities of the world.
Judge Uole said that consideration
showed the scheme to be practicable.
Alex, Scott thought there should oe
some seats put along tho I'all road, lie
nlso suggested the building of a test
house at the Pall, where the best view
could be obtained. Forester Hosmcr
said there were a couple of men work
ing up there who could clear a trail In
the site and Jack Lucas believed tho
rest house and some benches could be
President Spalding referred to the
crrort to sccuret he cooperation of tin
Astatic colonics In Improvement work
The Japaneso could be used In land
scape decorating. The Chinese secmej
Fine corner lot In Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and all Improvement. Two min
utes' walk from cars and Punahou
College. Address IL F., this offlce.
clubs, soon to form a central commit- , kJ , . ,, lh.,r -ron.
tee, met at Promotion Committee head- jujge o0e thought one of the Islandl
quarters In the Young building last In Kaplolanl Park could bo given ovci
evening E. 1. Spalding was In the to the Japaneso to ornament Spaldlnr
Others on hand, were Judge uoic.
Judge Frear, llcncrnl Davis, Alex.
Scott, R S. Mourner. Prof, fjrimtli,
Major Pratt, Supervisor Lucas. A. R.
Ourrey, Alex. Uanle, David Ilaughs,
II. P. Wood, Mr Aiexanucr, u. i.
Wilder J 0. Lulled Lb K$an' ' plt carving their names In the walls 01
W. L. Howard. Donald Mclnt re, John . . . Nuuanu road
rir.. u-ond from tho Kahaulkl camp,
Apply at the Moana Express, and
shooting gallery, la lioiei near hu
ami St. Phone Blue Gil.
A two story house, No. 103G Green
street. Furnished or unfurnished.
4pply C. B. Reynolds. 3317-tf
Cctugei la Cbrlstly Lane. Apply
Wong KwsJ, Smith SL, mauka Hotel
2 nice large front rooms. Unfurnished.
Reasonable. Apply 280 Ilerctnnla St,
Cheapest, coolest furnished rooms In
city. Helen's Court, Adams lano.
Pure Plymouth Rock eggs, and young
chickens one month old. Appiy
Farm Cornn, King and MrCully
Wggi In settings. Pure bred Plymouth
Hnrkn. liarred or wime. -leicpnuua
White 831. i 3319-tf
Cheap Home near Park, Walklkl,
Address R. S. K.. Bulletin.
nwly furnished mosquito proof rooms.
A 84 Vineyard SL 2728-tf
Chlf Engineer for Olaa Mill. Apply
Mr. John Watt. Manager, Olaa, Ha
At Thomas Sauarc on Thursday last,
a sma'l pa Kngo Owner may have
sanif ti proving property and pay
ing for ail 3317-lw
chair and uco. luician win .. j. Thlelen thouaht t.n acouliltlon ol
an aviary or zoo for tho park would
,hdd a great feature. Mr. Luttcd con
ceived the Idea 'of perforated pipe
trickling water over the face of Punch
1-iwl for the Irrigation of vegotatlon.
Mr. Qrimths drew attention to pco
Kldwell and John llaker wnv w L. Howard snoko of the sign
Park Expert obln-on o .ew or bon-rj nugnncc e 1011Kh. the uo).
wnn nrrfttnt. He wan not reauy 10 ,. Mnin., nn,i. . n,i ..,,.. i.A.i tua
talk on Honolulu parks, but he was BrowInKi SpaldnB gaM a commutes
ready to meet men of the arlnui cltius colW b(J n,ipontcl, t0 lianiIlc lho ma,,
for suggcwtjns as to improvements. ,cr The mctll0(, of tclecton of tree
He Is cry busy gathering data. lfor street ornamentation was then
After the report of the committee- (I,CUMC(.
appointed to draft by-laws had been) ,n rcgar(, (0 ,hc gu(:g(!8l0n tlial
adopted, Picsldent Spalding asked for I0(J ,)C H((C(1 (0 (he pnrk omo Qf lhf
general recommendations. A. uame k ,e haye approachca the Ku.
asked If the Punchbowl trail mukl Zoo pcop)e cxprfMng a ictltt
sldercd finished. If It was, he thought ,hnl lh(j n8lUlon lc moved , Kn
It a poor piece of work that would be ploIan -ark Katurally this Is a mat
washed out by the first neat y rain. Ur for ser0U, consideration, for tUn
John Kldwell said It was not finished. , Bl nl , A n ono f ,h;
tii.u 1.1. n . nliiti nil nni cmilAa I ........
irmuu luuur o iuhiuk... - "".".most delightful suburbs of the city.
IJIIK-lf BUUlt. I1C t'AIVVI'H nm.. .........
10 M THE 10
The Bulletin finds It necessary '
to cstnbllsh a now rulo In con- ,
nectlon with the automobile con- '
naoer from the person now re-
S celvlng It to another of the same
family cannot be accepted at a
-I nw subscriber, nor will an addl- !
tlonal pap'er sent to a person al-
read receiving the paper be ac-
cepted as a new subscriber.
Tho Bulletin has been very
careful that thero shall bo abso-
-I- luta fair play In dealing with tho
contestants. It must, also see
that the contestants are equally
4- straightforward In their relations
with tho paper. The matter Is
brought early to tho attention of
the many people Interested In
order that thero may bo no mis-
understanding ns to what con-
stttutes a new subscriber.
be resumed Monday. Vegetation that
would not require Irrigation would be
grown along life trail.
W. L. Hownrd wanted a lookout
building on Punchbowl, of classic de,
OWNED BY STANDARD OIL.
The end men of tho coming Elks
minstrels went through their business
last night, to pave and smooth out any
wrinkles that might have been over
looked, and what a "Bunch of Non
sense" those boyc. ,ilil hand out Somo
of our gay young men of town arc in
for a slam or two, and much will be
said about tho Oregon Beauties, who
seem to have taken nearly all the look
ers-dn by surprise.
Politics, and how they go at It, with
many a love tap. Is In store for some
St. Paul. Minn.. Feb. 18. It Id of our shining lights, and It has been
learned here through nn onicer of the cald that some of tho "secrets of tl.c-
Wlsconsln Central Railroad that the.urand Jury nave been banned to one
sloii nml nrrhes nt the head of the cnsin ucmrai uauruau mai wie uranu jurj nuic ui-en iiuuucu w uut
main driveways Thlehin spoke if Standard Oil Company has acquired the of the End Men. that they may reach
Sn iii. rSf iirJ? r ZrlZ l.-"l-Uw Inlercit In that road and j the public -safely, tne proper channel
On Rapid Transit car between Wal-
klkl Turn and Walklkl, an Aloha -a-- Fine Job Printing at the Bui
Temple fex. Finder return to this letinofflce.
office for reward. 3271tf
For Rent" cards on sale at
Tho Weekly Edition of the Evening the Bulletin office.
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
tho nows of the day For SI year. Weekly Bulletin SI P-r yeai-.
Hawaiian Ballasting Company. Umbrellas r.oalred and brass polish
Best bbek sand from V to $3 a load Ing. Takata, 1284 Fort SL
. according to distance hauled. Coral 3085 If
rocks for stable, roads and side-
walks; firewood, Third door below, MONEY TO LEND.
King, Maunakea St.; P. O. box 820.
Teleriiono .Main 396. ' 3n Jewelry and merchandise. Ths J
For a nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion Bonn, mi Fort St. i
DYEINC AND CLEANINQ.
Ucmura dyes (any color) and cleans
clothes; repairs bicycles and fur
nUbes employees. E20 King St.
T. Hayashl Clothes cleaned, repaired
and dyed. 637 Bcretanla St.
For house-help, phone White 2891, Ma
klkl. General Employment Office,
cor. Pensacola and Berctanla.
Carlo Pawn tc Hotel and Union.
Estimates furnished on all kinds ol
painting All work guaranteed
Enos Bros.. Union above Hotel Si
9ee Hastings for repairs of Locks
Keys, Music Boxes, Sharpening o'
Fine Cutlery. Rear Union Orlll.
For Japanese laborers and yard boys.
OcJI at Hotel Chlkusul, or Telephone,
stone pillars at street corners In 13
Angeles. Kldwell endorsed the look
out Idea for Punchbowl
President of the Board of Health l
E. I'lnkliam outlined bis scheme for
tho reclamation of the McCully trad
Ho did not want tho poor overlooked
In Improvement schemes. He anftl the
Kakaako children needed a play
ground. Tho low lying lands of the
Walklkl district were not dangerous
for tho reason that the trades Mow
over them. This was tho only reason
they were not dangerous from a fan
Itnry view. If their present state wan
Is financing nn extension from Lady i being a dead one Just nl this time
smith. Wis., to Superior nnd Duluth, I As to crowded houses, one may take
n l nln tin Avtnnatnn nt ttn flullttli 'It fnp nrnnlA,1 Itinl tlmt-n tvlll tint lin ft
unit ttiau tin -jAtviioiuii uk iiv; uuiutui iv iwi fit uihvi i hmv hivi v mil tn-s, uu
Rnlny Hlver nnd Winnipeg road, which vacant sent, for the sale of exchange
runs through the Iron ore range on tickets warrant this show to be a rcc-
which the Rockefeller Interests own n ord brenkcr.
HE THREW THE BULL.
Will be Discussed In Communica
tions to the
Lawrence. Ind . Feb, IS Dearborn
county has a modern Ursus In the per
von of Nicholas Obertlng, a farmer
near the village of Hardcntown
allowed to continue the lands would today twisted tin neck of n maddened Jy Interest tho collcgo town occurtd
be cncroachcil on bv nn undesirable hull till he btought the vicious animal Inst night, when Miss Lillian Newell
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Class OI residents, HIS scneme nau, iu iuu kiuuiui uuu imum huivi uiiuu wie lu-yi-ur-uiu uuuguier ot j. j. eweii
Berkeley. Feb. 19. Tho culmination
who of a romance that has served to deep-
been called n bold one. but It was mil
bold In view of what Honolulu was to
be some day. Tho cost of rcclamatlos
would bo great but the undertaking,
In view of what was to be accom
plished, would bo no error Tho plain
Its back, while three badly frightened became the bride, at San Rnfacl, of
boys made their escapo from what had James Charles Arancta, son of dlslln
wicmed certain denth. . eulshcd Filipino sugar merchant
Legal fees prevent many peoplo from! It Is easier to accuse a man than to
keeping their own counsel, acquit him.
A. J. DERBY, D. D. 8.
BOSTON BUILDING, THIRD FLOOR.
Mr. Jai. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner,
hn mrrvrj! to the nlano warerooma
of L. E. Thayer & Co., 168 Hotel SL.
opposite Young Hotel. All oruer.
for tuning promptly attended to.
A. ft. ROWAT, D. V. 8.,
777 KING ST. TEL. BLUE 3101
W. T. RAWLINS, ATTORNEY AND
JtZ5.Kr - SSSiBffliBg' " 8
Flno Job Printing at the Bulletin. I Weekly Bulletin SI per year.
Fish Food For Lent
Many people have In the past been sore put about to obtain satis
factory 'fish food during the Lenten season. This year we determined
that there should be no complaints on this score, and have according
ly laid In stock a line of the finest smoked, dried and salt fish that wo
have ever had. The assortment Includes:
CODFISH In blocks and strips, PICKLED BLOATER MACKEREL,
SALT SALMON, 8ALMON BELLIE8, 8MOKED EELS (Imported),
SMOKED HALIBUT, and 8ALMON SMOKED BLOATERS.
The quality of this fish Is excellent and we confidently recommend
It to all our patrons.
But does NOT
Tell Him All.
Few women confide fully In
a physician. They simply
will not tell him all. That's
why many doctors fall to
cure female diseases.
Every woman dreads the ordeal of the physician's consulting room.
A sensitive, refined woman shrinks from the searching questions and
the physical examination
It Is not so In writing to Mrs. Plnkham.. Thousands of women
owe their present health and happiness (yes, and their good looks,
ioo; 10 me lact mat they have told all their physical troubles to Mrs
Plnkham and followed her advice and been cured of female diseases
How to get votes to win a place in
the .BULLETIN'S $2000 Contest
The Bulletin office has been asked a hundred times in the last
week, by contestants and their friends, for a list of its subscribers.
This cannot be granted, as it would be unfair to tlte persons not
having the list. The real, live, earnest frise-winning way is for
contestants to solicit votes from ALL their friends if they already
take the paper (which is likely), then their votes on old subscrip
tions may be secured; if they do not now take The Bulletin, it is
up to the vote-hunter to see they subscribe at once, thereby getting
the needed vote coupon and placing in the hands of the new sub
scribers the best navspapcr publish in the Territory of Hawaii.
The prises are a S1400 KEO TOURING CAR, 16 horsepow
er, seating five people. The Second Prise is a S350 KROEGER
PIANO; Third, a 35000 INSURANCE POLICY; Fourth, A
SILVER PUNCHBOWL; Fifth, a $40 STORE ORDER;
sixth, a uumlsiil SiiH'iNU MAUilNE; Seventh, a
LEATHER GOLF DAG and SET OF STICKS; Eighth, a
WINCHESTER REPEATING RIFLE; Nmth, a SOLE
LEATHER SUIT CASE; Tenth, a KODAK DEVELOPING
Votes may be had as follows'.
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WW THE BULLETIN'S TEN PRIZES are of interest to cv-
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$8.00 3500 Daily, 1 year $8.00 3000
4.00 1500 Daily, 6 months . . . 4.00 1200
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75 250 Daily, 1 month ... .75 200
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We da all kinds of carriage repairs well and reasonably, In our
fully equipped shop on Queen St., between Fort and Alakea 8ts. Also
carriage painting and building. This department Is In charge of skill,
ed workmen, who, besides doing repair work, are competent to under
take the building of wagons, drays and carriages. Prices are exceed
ingly moderate and the service leaves nothing to be desired.
Schuman Carriage Co.
QUEEN ST., BETWEEN FORT 4 ALAKEA STS., NEXT TO KOL-
LINQER'8 SHOEING SHOP.
& A Digestive Marvel
Stops that distress after eating
For sale by, your druggist or by
LWt G Peacock & Co,, Ltd
LyliaE.KnMiara'sVegetableConipound I j B ETH ESD Al
Metrooolitan Meat Co.. Ltd.
Telephone Main 45
18 MAKING A WOOLEN TWO-PIECE
'General Employment Office, cor
Emma, and Berctanla Stt. Japanese
and Chinese Laborers Supplied. Con
tract Work of Every Kind Undertak.
en. Telephone1 Blue 2101.
HOTEL opp. BISHOP STREET.
Cures more vomen every year than any other medlclno In the vorld. If you are In
doubt about your case, write In perfect confidence to Mrs. Plnkham, Lynn, Mass. You
will receive In reply a personal letter of advice free. Mrs. Plnkham Is daughter-in-law
of Lydla E. Plnkham, and for twenty-five years under her direction, and since her
decease, she has been advising sick women free of charge.
Dear Ms. Pinkham: For three month- I was sick In bed with female trouble
and had four doctors, who all agreed that I must undergo an operation. My sutler
advised me to try Lydla E. Plnkham's Vegetable Compound before I submitted to an
operation, I did so and am very glad to say that alter I had used five bottles 1 was
restored to perfect health, which I Ravo enjoyed ever since. 1 am only too glad to
recommend your medicines, as they saved mo from an operation which might have
proved fatal. M, M, Kuttnm.
656 South Main St., Los Angeles, Cal,
Mrs. Hayes also profited by Mrs. Plnkham's advice.
D-AR Mas. Pinkhah : Sometime ago 1 wroto you describing my symptoms
(fibroid tumor) and asked your advice. You replied ana I followed all your directions
carefully and to-day am a well woman.
22 Rujglc. St., Ko-lury, Mm. Mas. E. F. Hatss.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound Cures Where Others Fail
Open Day and Night
Prof. R. A. Woods
ROOMS 17181920 YOUNG .BUILDING
Waukesha's ORIGINAL Mineral Water
A New Man In Every Bottle.
IOR 8ALH .Vi3R WHERE
McPARLAMS S Co., So!c Agents.
02 FORT ST., I. O. O. F. Bldfl. & 151 HOTEL 8T., opposite YOUNG HotsL
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BUILDING and PAINTING CONTRACTORS. House furniture of all
vlnds repaired and varnished, Yard and lawn work a specialty. Tools fur
nished. CookB, Ynrdboys and Day L borers supplied on short notice.
Office, GREEN HOU8E, 8. King nr. Walklkl road. Tel. White 2401,
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