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ALL SOURCES OF HOUSE ECONOMY IN ONE PIECE
A GAS STOVE
RVENIKO BULLETIN. HONOMIM.', T. It., MONDAY. At'Itll, 22. 1007
or 7 ii ini ii www i ii imiiiw i i mmmmmmmmmmmiwmmmmmimmmimmi
Castle & Cooke, Lid
;; Sugar Fsstoi
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Waialua gicultural Co.
The Kohala Sarrar Co.
The Wairaca Sugar Mill Co.
The Tultou Iron Works, St. Louis.
The Wahiawa Water Co., Ltd.
The Geo. F. Blake Steam Fumps.
The New England Life Insurance Co.
TJie Aetna Tire Int. Co. of Hartford,
National Fire Insurance Co. of Hart
ford. The American Stcnm Pump Co.
Wra. a. Ix-Tfln & Co., M
WM. Q. IRWIN.. President and Mor.
JNO. D. SPRECKELS..1st Vice Prei.
W. M. OIFFARD 2d Vice Preo.
H. M. WHITNEY Treasurer
RICHARD IVER8 Secretary
W. F. WILSON Auditor
Oceanic Steamship Co., Sun Francisco,
Western Sugar Refining Co.. San Fran
Baldwin Locomotlva Works, Phila
Newall Universal Mill Co. (Manufac
turers of National Cane Shred
der, New Vork, N. Y.
Pacific Oil Transportation Co., San
have opened a horseshoe
Inn dspartment In connect
tlon with their carriage
shop, etc. Having secur
ed the services of a first
class shoer they are pre
pared to do all work In
trusted to them In a first
class manner. :: :: :: ::
YKAkdbr MILLIONS of V'thm
CURBS WIND COLIC, end li tb
by DniecUW In evtry nrt of th.
Srl1- nro .end uk for Mrs,
W Intlow's Uoothlnff Syrup and tale
no other kind. 2J Cents a Bottle.
WM. C. IRWINft C0..LTC.
acjhnts ron the
Royal Insur. Co. of Liverpool, Eng.
Commercial Union Assurance Co.,
Ltd., of London, England.
Scottish Union & National Ins. Co. of
Wilhclma of Magdebnrg General In
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
063 0. BERETANIA 6T.
The beBt smoke sold in
this market. Try it
HAYSELDEN TOBACCO COMPANY,
Alexander Young Bldg.
Dr. T Uemupa,'
Phyxlrhn nntl BtirRcon; Specialist
0)0 dlscasei, Oflico, Ilorctnuln nnar
Nuuanu. Hours S to 11 n. m., 7 to
Sp 111. Telephone Main 420, Officii
King nr Alapal, Uuuru 1 to 3 p in,
Telephone Whit ICG.
jKT-"For Rent" cards on sale at
the Bulletin office.
Alexaader S llaldwiifi
J. P. COOKE Manager
H. P. Baldwin i President
J. B. Castle Vice President
W. M. Alexander.. Second Vice Frcs.l
L. T. Peck Third Vice Prcs.
J. Vatcrhousc Treasurer
E. E. Paxton Secretary
W. 0. Smith Director
COMMISSION MERCHANTS and
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Company.
Kani Agricultural Company.
Kihci Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahulcu Plantation Company.
Kahului Railroad Company.
Halcakala Hanch Company.
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
QUEEN 3TREET, HONOLULU, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookala
Sugar Plant. Co., Onomea Sugar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co., Valluku 8ugar Co.,
Pepeekeo Sugar Co., The Planters
Line of San Francisco Packets.
,LI3T OF OFFICERS:
u. m. cooke, president; George
Robertson, Vice President' and Mana
ger; E. F. Dlshop, Treasurer and Sec
retary; F. W. Macfarlane, Auditor; P.
C. Jones, C. M. Cooke and J. R. Oalt,
l F. DILLINOIAI CO
General Agent for Hawaii:
Atlas Assurance Company of London,
New York Underwriters' Agency.
Providence Washington Insurance Co.
tth FLOOR, STANGENWALD DLDQ.
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER AND COAL.
I ALLEN & ROBINSON.
iituccn street :: :: :: nonoiuin.
CURES B I'm Ills U fur minatu-ftt
Irrltnlin or tilrrHon(
ffiit or p)Uonoti,
NwlU I17 lniffffll.
CliotU' mil n tMiurct
INSTRUCTOR IN SWIMMING AND
Apply for rates at Healani Boathouse
Phone MAIN W
COAT AND PANTS
CLEANED AND PRESSED FOR
PHONE MAIN 457,
Sun Rise Dyeing House
1MB TORT STREET.
iavc town until vou call on the
HOTEL, NEAR FORT.
FRENCH LAUNDRY J. Abadie,
All work done by hand: lace cur
tains, silk and woolen dry cleaning
nine a specialty ; tonnst work
promptly attended to.. SS8 Beretania
Ave., opp. H&wn. Hotel.; Telephone
Occidental Hotel Restaurant
M,eals 25c. From 11 tc 2 every
Two., Thurs , and Sat.. Roast Turkey
and Cranberry Cauce, Freh Lcb3ter
baiaii ana not Mince fie. Best va
riety of meals in the city. Tirsl
- a . a4l Fmmsi iajij.
Etf . . s. i. 2sT
:i :N miMNiiiVi ihppi
Clul? Holds Good
Tli" Central IniproM-mcnt Club liclil
a ury itiiiiurtunt meeting lit
tho I'lomotlon Ctiinmltlcu iikiiiih Inst
Saturilay afternoon. '., K. M)crs pre
lililol The K'slKtiatlon of It. W. Shin-
file t secretary una accepted, llnrohl'
Ullllncliiim was olccU-d In Ills place.
l'iceldciit Mcr then rend the ftd
In tuldiiK tip tliu ak or IIiIh com
mittee for the now year It will lie our
til 111 to expedite tliu lumlnesa of tlicso
mcctliiKs as far as possible. I
ItepreKcntathefi of tho union clubs
lire requested to Introduce only sub
jects o public Interest; nnd all initt-
iui inut iiuui: uui; juiir iu. hi inn
trlcti thoiitil bo cared for entirely by
your local clubs.
In hpenkliiK of mutters of general In
terest that should first liavo our atten
tion, nnd action bo taken upon by this
committee, we mean of course nuch
IniDrtlXpnielllH hh Would nlmi lin of lion.
ellt to jour local districts; us without'
tho full cooperation and aid of nil tho'
ilubs, this committee wilt soon fall In
Its work. I
KcprcpcntnthcB can greatly assist
us In choosing tliu next work to be tn-'
Ken up, by sending in as early as pos-'
rlblo suggestions In writing, clearly
Mating therein their Ideas of what tin-1
pioeincnt work should be uudertnk-,
en, nnd offering 11s fully us possible In-1
foiiiiatiou and suggestions. These
roinniiinlcntloiiR will at once bo con-1
sldercd Iiy I ho cecutlo nicniburs of
tho cmiiiiillti'c, who will select there
fiom tho 0110 that uhall bine first cou-J
1 Iderntlon. j
It will of course bo a rcprescntn
the's prltllego to ask for special con
sideration and action on any plan ho
niny think of milllcimt urgency.
Wo hutc jilanncd to take up but ono
1 object at 11 time, and wlll.tiy to ban
dlo that particular work thoioiighly be
roie entering upon other lmproo
This manner of proceduto is only of
f'red In tho way of suggestion, and wo
now nwult oui- action thereon.
It will also bo appreciated by this
committee If tliu olflcers of tho will
011s clubs could from time to time fur
nlfh us a list of tlielr inenibeis and
(.Hirers, and also nil outline of 1 1 1 0 '
articular lmprociiieut work thai
they lmu !u band. We would doubly
nppieclntu tills fa Mir Just at tilts time,
In outer to complete tliu lecords of
ticueral Dinls said tho suggestion
was full of good sense. V. S. Dodgo
al.o approu-d of tho subject of I bo
address anil suggested Hint slduwn'k
cleaning and Itiipiotcmeut bu tho first
matter taken up. This was reconiincu
ded by tho President ns being 11 good
plan. Dodgo suggested that the Couu
ty authorities might bo asked to pre
pare nil oidlnanee requiring property
owners to look after their sldownlks.
i:. A. Duutliltt luplled that such 1111 or
dinance had been passed, but It had
luen 11 dead lotter so fur. Ho suggest
ed that the attention of tho County
Khcilrr might bo called to It.
Null suggested that tho matter of
oci hanging tiees and shrubs might
nlso bu considered. Ho complained
that tho variability of tho grades fixed
by tho (o ci mount was embarrassing.
Tho peoplo in his district (McCully)
had lived their sidewalks. Later on
the grade hud been raised, rendering
their sidewalks ptnctlcully useless.
Khlwell told of a giudu plllklit which
tic had run up against. He warned
Hgaiust placing too much faith In tho
grades given by Ilia authorities.
President Myers suggested that tho
QSiciitho officers of tho club bo Hindu
a foiiiuiltUo lo look after (ho mutter
Philip Dodgo was lifter tho banuuit
peel nuisance. Ho had hern drhen to
walking In tho stieet at night for fear
of encountering tho ticaclicious peel
011 tho sldownlk Ho had spoken lo
editors, sheiiffH and leglslatoia to huui
toino action taken wlildi would eradi
cate tho oll, but so far In nlii.
Pinf (lillllths suggested that tho lo
(ill dubs bu icdlstrUted. A. II. Ingulls
thought that tho campaign ngulust the
l.aiKinu peel might bo aided by huUlig
tho pupils In tho public schools In
structed not to throw peels 011 tho side
walks, r 8. Dodgo said ho wos a
member of Iho llnaid of IMucatlon and
would, If lio wcio not abolished tin
eurh before tho uoxt meeting, tabi
tliu matter up. P h llnrno wante I
inoro gaibngo rontnlncrs,
Tho prubldont hiought up tho mat
tur of fumla, which tho executive, torn-
Poor littlo fellow! Ho coughs
bo hard ho cannot sleep. That
makes him weak and sickly all tho
next day. IH3 brother thinks this
coughing is terrible. So do we, for
wo know that just a few doses of
will stop tho cough. For sixty years
it has been tho standard remedy
with men, women, and children for
coldd, coughs, and all throat and
lung diseases. It contains no nar
cotic or poison of any kind. Cosuro
that you get Ayer's Cherry Pec
toral. Accept no cheap and worth
fr.pi,.! I, Dr. J, C, Air 4 C , liX Kill,, U, S, A,
mltteo needed for Incidentals. Ho sug
gested that each of the local clubs
could make n small contribution, such
ns $) a Sear. Dleke said the clubs
varied In size nnd the chnrgo should
bo made nccuiillngl) Myers said a
per capita assessment would bo tho
thing. Tho Knlinukl ttes nobly stepped
In tho breach, through Douthltt, nnd
1 roinlked JS. Dlckej promised $1 from
the School street club.
.Mjcrs announced that ho hud ap
pointed I,. A. Thill ston as n sperlM
icpresentatlvo of the Club In any lie-
Hon which might be taken ngalusl tho
bill board iM-ople.
Aiiiong those iire?cnt wuro: (J P.
Wilder, A. C Alejuufder, V V. Hall.
John Nott Jr.. Philip Dodge, M. I'.
Potcr, P. S. Dodgo, T. Macfarlane.
P. ,. Homo, A. 1' Orlmtli, John IJId
well. A, II. Tarlctou. Judgo V I,. Whit
ney, Dr. W. O. Ilogcra. K. A. Douthltt,
A. Cruw, A. Young, Oen. IMwurd Di
vis, I,. It. Mcdclrot. W. C. Wcedon. I
A. Thurston, C W nickoy .1 i:. Dig
Kins, Judgo S D. Dole, Kil Tovvse. I
(1. Pratt. II. S llosmer, H P. Wood
7.. K. Mers, II. O Dllllnghnin. A II
Ingnlls. W. It P.irrlngton. II. W. Kin
ley, anil ninny others.
CHINESE AND NATIVES
MEET IN BATTLE
Yceterilny afternoon there was a
"fne for nil" wrap nn .Miiun.ikea
Etreit. It nil cntiio about by three na
tlves going Into CI1011 Uiy Chan's res
taiiniiit and filling no on Chlncso dain
ties ami then ivfualng lo p.ij up tho
Two of tho nutlves slipped quietly
out the buck w.i), leaving tho third
man to fuio the lui.sle. It did not hap
pen to bo music, but (insisted of an
attempt by the proprietor to take tho
pike of the dinner out of tho diner's
hide. During Ihu squabble the) got
out onto (ho street, vvlieiu other na
tives ranio to tlm leseuc. Tho rts
lauraui niuii then reielved iclnforcc
incuts from his gang ami theiu was
After tho flrt troublo had quieted
down n gtng of nitlves iigain United
tho (hop house with tho Intention of
levenglng their brother native. A fieo
light was tho leiuilt. At tho uppuuili
of tl.u "hiirr-iiii" wagon, the fighters
melted nwn. 1 lio police succeeded
III guthciliig In Thos. Pnitt, Jr wliu
was churgdl with assault mid batlerj
tn Chan I.oy.
The Honolulu Pmlc Conimlasloneis
llCld .1 Mil I'ltlll' 111! 11 Ill-It (it will, Ii IIia
ndt Inability of Inaugurating nu under
ground system for telepliono -a lies win
discussed. Knpiol.iul Park was con
nideicd the Hist (bee.tln point to be
gin operations. The rcjldontii of that
dlstilet agice to (ooperato In thq
'Iho two latger buildings 011 tho
liovvly aiqulred public bathing giound
lit Kuplolnnl Park will be lighted by
power furnished bj the Uupld Transit
Co. Tliu excavating of total lit thu
beach Is Ileal I) completed, wmio sev
1 1 til hundred tons having been ie
moved up lo dale
Those pi(t,ent at the meeting wem
A. S Cleghoin pii-siileiit; C. 8 llnl
lovva, acting seuelaij , W. M. Olffaid.
IIS ruiilin ami J. I) .Mcluernv. 'iho
absentees vveio U A. Thuistou uuil
ii. E. Cooper.
rAinWrA1lir.lt In thin Hi), April
2" 1U07. In Di olid Mrs N. 3 Pair
viathet, a ron fitlllboin
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
tho news of the day.
JAMES T. TAYLOR, M. Am. Soe. C.E.
Consulting Hydraulic Engineer.
HONOLULU, H. T.
PAST DUE AGENCY Collectors of
Claims nnd Accounts. Phone Main
383. 122 S. KING ST.
A. J. DERBY, D. D. S.
Boston Building-. Thiol Floor.
IN WHOLESALE BUSINESS
3 story building with warehouse In
connection. Reasonable figure to
Large Warehouse. Stone foundation.
Cement floor. Convenient to ship
MOUSES TO RENT. Waiklkl Beach,
Pacific Heights, King StVect near Pa-
tvaa Junction. From $20 to $30
Bishop Trust Oo..
924 BETHEL STREET.
J. ALFRED KAGOON'S
REAL ESTATE NOTICE.
FOR RENT OR LEASE.
The entire FIRST FLOOR AND
BASEMENT OF THE MAGOON
BUILDING, corner of Merchant and
Alakca Streets, Honolulu. There is
installed on the premises 25 h. p. en
gine and boiler, fuel oil tank, pumps,
shafting-, etc. AH in ptrfect condi
tion. The premises arc suitable for
stores or for manufacturing: purposes,
and may be rented as a whole or in
ports on reasonable terms.
Cottage on Emma Street, opposite
jEmraa Square, patlor, dining-room,
two Den-rooms nnu Mtchen. Two
rcom cottage on the premises.
Cottage on Young Street, near
Keeaumoku, parlor, dining-room, 3
bed-rooms, larjre vard.
On Nuuanu Street, just above
Vineyard, as a whole or in subdivi
sions, land known ns the Crttbbe
property, on which arc two comfort
7 acres of land in Upper Nnuanu
Valley, on which is a comfortable
dwelling of 0 rooms, large lanai,
kitchen and bnth; also a good stable
nnd carriage house. Neighborhood
poo J j climate delightful; soil fertile;
roses and flowers, strawberries, ba
nanas, vegetables nnd fruit grow
Land in many places in Honolulu,
improved and unimproved; nlso rent
producing real estate in and outside
Apply to MAGOON & LIGHTFOOT,
Attorneys-at-Law, cor. Merchant and
Alakea Sts., Honolulu.
The Expert Dentists
MODERN HIGH CLASS DENTISTRY,
Office hours Week days, till 5 p.m.;
Oundays by appointment.
F. L. FERQU30N, D. D. S Managsr.
HOTEL ST. cpp. Union, Arlington blk.
TCHC1rUT.--L I 'S1". -U-1 '"- TSS.
TONQ MEETING A FROST
Tlie meeting of the tongs at tho flsh
mmket .vcMcriluv did not tuin out, to
be ns exciting its wi.s expelled
Dilliug tho loicnoou u (lovvd of
Chinese, accompanied li thu Clilnc-bo
Consul, visited Altoiney (iclicinl Pet.
ois tor a (ommltntluu, after whlih they
repaired lo the llslimnrkct, wbcie a
tinge ciovvd of Chlncso hud gathered
The poliri) weio In evldeucii rut
were nut nteded.
No Bpeiches bj Iho rouiiiiouers wliu
allowed. Ah bom un 11 Chinaman at
Uuipicil to uddies the iiuetlug bu u)
honied down by thu long from tho
'J ho Chlncso Consul then look 11
hand and ndviscd the audience to Keep
cool and not get dlsoidcil). He nil
Nlned them to disperse us it semed
lmiinstiblB for nny speeches to bu
'Iln Chlnen. acted on the idvlre oC
the Con ul and quntl ibeart-'d
Thcie will b an nttinipt to hold nn
other mictlng tomoirovv
Tvjf"For Rent" cards on sale at
the Bulletin office.
The Little Ads. with the Big Results
(ientleinan of good education duslirs
to make niqualntanco of respect
able oting lady for the purpose of
marriage Serious communica
tions solicited. "X. V" llulle
Modern house, with grounds nnd
verandas, suitable for lodging
houve, near town by responsible
partlei. Addr. "KII" Ilullctln.
fit)0 sheets syiond-hiinil gtl. corru
gated Iron Address A. W. flames,
Wahinwn, Ouhu. SGl'-lw
I'osttlun ns flrst-clnss Japanese rook.
In private. Inferences. Addrem
"O ," this office. SflCS-lw
Man desires poidtlon in country storu
or as eiirpenter Address "A P , '
this ofllce 3C0Mw
Cheap I'lne, tool, mosquito-proof
housekeeping rooms, electric lights
ami hot bath Phone Illue 102.
Dcslrnbla stores In Masonic Templo,
Alakea St. Inquire nf II I. Span)
Ing, Trustee, Sprcckcls Hank.
April 1st, C-rooni cottage, IRIS Col
legu St. Inquire at 34 tleretnnla
Cottages In Ckrlntly I.nne. Apply
Wong Kwul, Smith St., msuka Ho
'tel. rurnlshed five-room cottage; ?2Q. I'.
U King, Cottage Grove. :!r,71-tf
2 furnished front rooms at 1221 Km
111,1 St ; rent reatonublo. 3401-tf
Nowly furnlshfil mosquito p'oof
rooms nt Kt Vineyard St. 272S-tf
Bt-iblo and carriage house rhone
Illue 132. 303C-tt
$(.00 Ilooms, good locality. Phouo
Illue 13.' -Ndt-tt
WOOM AND BOARD
Hoom and hoard In prlvnto family for
lady or gentlrmnn. 1335 Wilder Av.
ninnlc books of all sorts, ledgers,
etc. manufactured by tho Hulletln Pub
wyy DULLETIN ADS. PAY -TSsjfij
Mrs. Hodgson, Tsacher of Piano, Or
Kan and Hinging. A clour and lutein
Kent comprehension of the Theory of
Music and how to perform It in a ro
Cued nnd graceful mniinnr, with a thor
ough knowledge of counting, guaran
teed to every pupil. Pupils prepared
for tho teaching profession, Itesl
denco and Studio, 276 Uorctnnln St.,
between Alakea St. nnd Central Union
Church. See sign. SGil-lm
Mr. Jat. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner.
All orders should ho loft at the Ha
waiian N'ows Co., Young bldg Phono
231 or cor Alikca ami Hotel Sts,
T ' " ' I
See Hastings for repairs of Locks,
Kes, Music- lloxes. Sharpening uf
I'lne Cutlery Hear Union Orlll.
4- " I
For a nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion Shop. 1111 Kort St
fcHF-" For Rnt earos on sal l
ttM Uiillrlln o'fl
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
i-lii? comer lot u Muktkl. Curbing,
rater, fruit and ornamtatAl trt-M
md ll Improvements. Two min
utes' walk from cars and Pur.nhovj
! ColifRO Adieu It. K.. this ofllce.
Two PI) mouth Itock roosters, two
black Minorca roosters nnd two
half Minorca half game Apply .
0 Needhnm, Armstionc St , Col-
I lege Hills. 3CTS-1W
Tho best and dry firewood can bo
bought nt Uie Koko Firewood C.
Woedard. cor. Nuuanu and Pauabl
Sts ; 20 Pauaht St.; Phone Him
Three Cactlss Cigarettes. A now
shipment has bcon received. On
sale now by 1'Itzpntrlck llros. nnd
the Mutlo Cigar Store. 3G2C-tt
Pure White Leghorn nnd Plymouth
Hock eggs for setting. 1D41 King
near McCully St. 3581-tf
Cheap; Hawaiian bu'd pony, caddie
nnd bridle. Inquire 1915 lleckley
California Mules at t'nlon Kecd Co.'s
Stable. Ileach Itond Tel. Illue 21C2.
n'f cattle for sale at Knhukii, Hawaii.
Apply Col. 8am Norrls, Waloblnu.
IUkul nut, mounted with Masonic
emblem. Upward this office.
Is not a Luxury; It Is a Necessity.
Out you Must havs ths BEBT
ind tht Is provided by ths farnoui
and mest equitable Laws of Massa
chusetts, In th
New England Mutual
Life Insurance Co.,
OF BOSTON, MA88ACHUBETT6.
If you would be fully Informed about
these laws, address
Castle Zf Cooke,
HONOLULU, T. H.
At All Watchdealers.
Jos. 6chwaitz, l
Anent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KING Sts., Honolulu.
Help supplied to plantations, families,
shippers unci storekeepers. Sato
Oiawn, Phone WhlU 2D76.
Will be given by an experienced teaoh
er In the following: llookkeeplng,
Shorthand, Latin, German ami the
common branches, Call or address
No. 610 S. King. 3B43-tf
Umbrella re-covered and brass pol
ished, Takata, 12S4 Kort St.
-- - ' ' '
For house help, phone White 2891, Ma
klkl. Reneral ICmplojment Office,
cor Pensacola and Hcretuiila.
r Yee Slno Kee Plumber and Tinsmith.
Smith St., bet Hotel and Pnuahl.
mrimfiiui I i w
'.'b&tJ&J.hj y. r,fN Vffc WwArfWliliani
.uiLf WmjW iiiftk