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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H.. MONDAY. MAItCII 2. 100S
Mrs. Hodgson, Teacher of Piano and
Singing. Rapid progres. Thorough
training, 27fi llcretnnla SI. fin '
Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner.
Alt orders should bo left nt tlio Ha
waiian Nowb Co., Young bldg. I'liono
294 or cor. Alakoa nml llotol Sts.
See Hasting far repairs of Locks,
Keys, Music Hoses, Sharpening ot
Flno Cutlery. Hear Union Grill.
Dlonk books ot nil sorts, ledgers,
etc. manufactured by tha Bulletin rub.
Home for Sale
House new and attractive, three
bedrooms, parlor, diningroom, kitch
en, bath, lanai, &c.
924 Bethel Street,
137 MERCHANT STREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
IN KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION
and other desirable localities.
For Sale at a Bargain Premises
nt Hauula on the beach, a two-story
house and furniture, at a bargain.
Hawaiian Office Specially
Co.. 931 Fori St, .
Fresh, wholesome, and of every
Beretania, Al&kea, and Union,
For Oyer 60 Years
bus bn inert lor over HIXTV
YKAlta by MILLIONS ot Mothers
1KO. with perfect suceeM. IT
bOOTIIi:s tho CHILD, 601'TENtt
the OUM8, ALLAYS all pale,
CURBS WIND COLIC, ana ti tho
i by brogfflsts la every part ot the
k3 world, No suro and atic for A'ra.
E3 winnows Booming-yniponatko
Y no other Idnd. 23 CtnU a Bottle.
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PAINTING. PAPERHANOINQ AND
General Jobbing A Specialty.
Dealers in Wall Paper, Paints, Oils,
Etc. P. 0. Box 014. 208 Beretania
3t. near Emma. W. B. KAM, Mgr.
lUmbiellas re-covered. T. Takata,
l'ort St. near Kukul.
For houce-help, phone White 2891, Ma
klkl. (Irnoral Employment Ofllco,
mr IVnRirola unit Itorotanln
Vee Sing Kee Plumber and Tinsmith,
Smith St., bet. Hotel nnd Patinhl.
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concise and complete resume of all le
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real es
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will be sold for ONE WEEK
Reduction of 25 p.c.
Wc have a fine lot of them,
nnd they nrc all subject to the
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. KINO ST.
PHONE EX. 20.
THE PALM CAFE
Hotel Street near Fort,
Of the money you
would save by having
your clothes made to
your measure by us.
Same price as the ready-to-wear.
Geo. A. Martin
.manufactured from oure dlitllled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
OAMI ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone S2S
CHOICE CUT HOSES. CARNATIONS
VIOLETS, ETC., ETC.
Mrs. E. M. Taylor,
Phone Main 147
Honolulu Clothes Gleaning Go,
At Short Notice and Quick Delivery,
EAGLE DYEING AND
Fort Street. Phone G7G
AW1J UT1IK11 I'lANUa.
THAYER PIANO CO,
ICO HOTRli 8TRKBT.
pay DULLETIN AB8. PAY -&&,
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An Inhilatlod lor
Cretoltn It a Doon to Atthnrtloi.
lni it not uor ffcllti to brtttht ia
ntnwtr for dUftit l tb brM ort Un
to Utf th Ttmnlj lilo lUmttbr
Crmnlrno tirti 1hmm U air. rndrl
trnnjtlr inilMptli, 1 carried oxtf tb d I (
iiirfaca wtUi terr Lrttth, Ulnf prolan 1 Bd
conttAftt tratmnt. It l lnUU to notktra
wltn mill children.
TTjoot of a Con
will flatl ImrawlUts rrilcf
from Cob flu or Inflattie4
Condition rt tbt throat.
fnd nol (or do
ISO Fallon HtrtMt,
Gas Co., Ltd.
One will last a lifetime; no hose
WE ARE AGENTS FOR
Winton Touring Car
llic Finest Cars Ever Seen in Hono
lulu. Call and Sec Them.
at the automobiles, buggies and car
riages we have recently overliauled
THEN SEE US.
W. W. Wright Co.
King Street near South
I've some EL PALENCIAS.
Best Cigar you ever Tried!"
HAYSELDEN TOBACCO CO., LTD,
Schuman Carriage Co.,
SUPPLIES OP ALL KINDS.
The Best Cigars and Tobacco.
and MYRTLE CIQAR STORE.
The easiest ridir.pr auto, in town for
riublic service and the one to be lured
at the lowest rateI have.
Ring up at any time
J. A. McLEOD. . . .TELEPHONE 244.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
Aoki At (Ms
IMMIGRATION COMPANIES ARE
OPPOSING NEW EMIORA.
, Washington, Keli. 19. Iiidn inntlmi
(rum unufllclal ami Individual uniirc
in tho aggressiveness of .liip.m In
Manchuria lias lieen accumulating hi
'tlio State Deiiartmcnt for ran' time
"Hint this condition Is Irrltniltip In In
creasing degrees to China In also m
matter of knowledge here. It Is suit
cd with nuthorlty, however, th.it In in,
iiinmipr has tlio Chinese governim nt
brought the matter to the intuition
of tlif American government unci no
loport on the subject Is looked tor
A romarknhlo explanation of the at
tltude of our government In Hits Im
portant matter Is developed ns the ie-
Milt of Inquiry directed townnl the
o'llclals who cannot he ipiotcd. lint
are In positions to direct our policies.
In effect It Is as follows;
It Is frankly admitted that Anieilcn
Is losing her commcYfclnl foothold In
the Orient. This loss, linuewr. Is not
charged to Japan. Rather It Is asei t-
eil to he the effect of the growing ten
dency toward Internal gueniniontal
regulation In the United States. As
an Illustration of this, attention is
called to these facts:
I"lo years ago Hour In bnriols was
being shipped to the Orient fiom tho
northwest, steel rails from 1'illsbiirs
and cotton In hales from Ti xas.
These shipments were made ixisslblo
because of an exceedingly low ocean
freight rate arrived at hy a railroad
combination. This rate has lieen con
demned by our courts ns n conspiracy
(.gainst trade, nnd the development
of this trade has been abandoned.
The domestic war, as tt Is character
ized, against the Standard Oil Com
pan), which Is "credited with the lar
gest oriental trade of am American
enterprise. Is declared to lnie been
dlsastioiisly effective In !' Oileul.
while the tobacco and col ton tr.ide
goods are said to have been dealt
with henlly through the iteration
of the railroad legislation heie
Fitim this point It swim. I ui5 for
government officials here roners.ini
with foreign matters to lew .la pa
nose commeiclnl aggression In Man
churia with n greater degiee of com
plalsance than would be the case In
the faco of an urgent domestic de
mand for government assistance, .la
pan, It Is asserted, can without great
dllllcully Justify over) thing she bus
done In Manchuria as H-inetlonvd b
tho "open door" policy Initiated by
tlio late Secretary Hay and adhered
to by the greater nations, Including
While Jnpan may Justify these
things through the "open door" policy.
It has been charged that there exlstf
evidence of her use of many methods
unl practices which might not bear
the light of Impartial Investigation
Besides her claim to an equal footing
with other nations In Manchuria on
the "open door" basis, she has, It Is
asserted, obtained man) aluablu con
cessions through which her coutiol
of the railroad and telegraphic faelll-
control Is known to be used prlninrlb
In tho Interest of Japanese tradesmen
and to tho detriment of all foreign
These disadvantages are, of course,
being felt hy American tradesmen M
well as hy those of other foreign na
tions. As tho trade or Germany, I'.ng
land and other nations Is more valu
able than the American trade, and .is
those nations arc what Is termed
highly comtnei dally organized, It
would not bo a great surprise to
American dliloniae to hear of pro
tests from thubu quarters against Ja
Tlicro Is nothing, It Is pointed out.
In Secretary Hay's piiimulgatlon of
the "open dooi" policy which pnr
takes of tho uatuie or an agreement
wild nny nation looking to Its main
lenance. Tor this lenton It Is pre
dicted that should n combination of
protests bo made ami nny movement
Initiated by foielgn nations tho sup
port which It would receive from this
country would bo no nioro than moral
MRS. ROE DEAD
At 10 ((clock jcHtenlny morning
MlH. William C. Itoe, one of the old
est lesldeutH of Honolulu, died ill
the Queen's Hospital, where alio had
been conVoyed a day before from u
The deceased was born In Ilford,
llssox, nnghind, In I8r.l), romlng to
Honolulu thirty-two venrs ago. Sho
was tho daughter of Judge John
Biultli of Ilford, and the wiTe. of one.
of the well-known citizens of this
cltj, who survives her.
Sho leaves one win, Charles 11.
Itoe, nnd two daughters, Mrs. W. H.
Deveieaux, of Salinas, and Mrs. W.
L. I.yle, of Honolulu.
Tho funeral will tako placo at 3
o'clock this afternoon. Hov. J. C.
McKeever will omclate.
lleeuitso of opposition to placing n
$20,000 statue of the lato Senator
Qua) ot I,eiiuslvunU In tho rotunda
or tho new Stale t'upllol at lliurlr
burg a suggestion haH been made that
tho finest loti ho put to 11 vote of tho
people ot tho State. (
Sixt wears ngo physicians first
used Ayer's Cherry" Pectoral, and
crcr sinco then it has been tho
standard cough.remedy all over tho
world. Thousa'nds of families, in
Europe, Asia, Africa, and America,
keep a bottlo of it in tho house
ready for an emergency.
controls tho spasmodic efforts of
coughing, relieves tho congestion in
tho throat, quiots tho inflammation
in tho bronchial tubes, and provents
tho lungs from becoming involved.
Tlicro aro many substitutes nnd
Imitations. Ho suro you got Ayer's
Cherry Pectoral. It contains no
narcotic or poison of any kind.
Put up in largo and small bottles.
Pnpirid fey Dr. 1. C Ayfr & C-, towtlt, Mm , U.S. A.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
Letters Testamentary undor tho
last will and testament ot l-'rcdcrlck
W. Wiindeiiherg, deceased, having
been granted to the undersigned hy
Hon. Alexander Lindsay, Jr., Second
Judge nt tho Klrst Judicial Circuit.
Territory of Hawaii, on 1'ebiuary 24,
100S, notice Is hereby given to all
ciedltors of fiiIiI freilerlek W. Wun
licnberg, dcce.ised, to present their
claims, duly authenticated nnd with
proper vouchers, If nny exist, even If
the claim Is secured hy mortgage up
on leal eitatp. to the undersigned or
to i:. I. Spalding nt the olllro ot Claim
Spreckcls k Co , bankers, Kort street.
Honolulu, within six months from
tho II rst publication of this notice.
or they will be forever tiarreii.
Dated Honolulu, I'ebriiary 24,
Ktsn: m. wuxDKxnmin.
Kxectitrlx under the Will of Fred
erick W. Wuudcnberg, deceas
ed. Kinney & Marx, attorneys for ex
ecutrix. lcb. 24; Mar. 2, 9, IC, 23.
The following ilnta, covering a pe
riod of 33 vcars. have been compiled
Ironi the Weuther Bureau leeords at
Honolulu, T. II They are Issued to
show the conditions that have pre
vailed, during tho month In iicstlonJ
tor the nijnve period or ear, inn must
NOT be construed ns n forecast ol
the weather conditions for the coming
Month. March, for 33 veins.
Temperature (1890-1907) Mean or
normal temperature, 71 degrees; the
warmest mouth was that of 1897, with
in average of 73; the coldest month
was that ot 1903, with an average of
GS degrees; the highest temperature
was 83 degrees, on the 18th, 1893, 3uih.
1901; the lowest temperature was 5.1
degiees on the 4th 1891
1'reclpltntlon (ruin, 187791. 19C-..
21 years) Average for tho month.
2 52 Inchon: average number of day
with .01 of tin Inch or mure. 11; the
greatest monthly precipitation was
13.29 Inches In 1890; tho lensl month
ly precipitation was 0.13 Inch In 1878:
tho gieatest amount of picclpitiitlou
icconled In any 21 consecutive hours
was 5.112 Inches on tho 7th, 1890.
Itelatlvu humidity (9 o'clock aver
ages fi 0111 recorilK of Territorial Me
leoiologlst; 8 o'clock uveruges from
Weather lltiioau records. Direction
23 )ears: velocity 3 years) Aveiage,
9 a. m. 7o per cent; 9 p. 111 . 7(1 per
cent (1890-19U4); 8 a. m (17 per cent;
S 11. in.. f.'J per cent (19(15-07).
Clouds and Weather Average' num
ber of clear ilnyB, 9; partly cloudy
day, 15; cloudy dajs, 7.
Wind The prevailing winds aio
from tho XK.; Hie average hourly vo-
loclty of tho wind Is 9.1 miles (19n:,7)
tho highest velocity of the wind was
50 miles from tho XW. 011 tho 7111.
Station: Honolulu, T. II.,
Date or Issue' I'ulit unr 27, 1908.
WM. II. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, Weather Iliiieau.
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The band will not play tomorrow
evening at Thomas Sonaro, but will
assist at the Mardl (Iras ball. Till 1
evening a public band concert will be
given nt Hmiua Square, beginning nt
7.30, with tho following program:
(lrnml March "Maidl (lias". .Merger
Oveituio "Tho Wulei carrier" ...
Wultz "lletween Ourselves"
Selection "Cllsello" Adam
Vncnl Hawaiian Songs . ar. hy Homer
Selection "MiihIcuI Delusions" . . .
Intermezzo "Love In lllack and
I.-innlo "The Ill.iek Ilrlgado" ..llesei
I "Tho Star Spangled lUnner."
Cent a WordJ
v UooultH syS
Advertisements Under this Heading j
One Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad
vertlcements Inserted for Less Than
Part Hawaiian of fair address and
Intelligence, for clcrK; good op
portunity for the right man. Ad
dress this olhcc, "Man." 3891-tf
A few customers for pure milk. Ap
ply nt 1837 College St. 3923-tt
Clean vlplng xga at the Uulletln of
Experienced Japanese man wants po
sition, good cook; housework prc
ferjed hut willing to caro yard.
"0. 11 ." Uulletln. 393.-i-3t
Advertisements Under this Heading
One Cent.Per Word Each Day. No Ad
vertisements Inserted for Less Than
Largo hotiso on llcretnnla St. next
to Queen's Hospital; rent very
cheap. W. W. Chamberlain, Jttdd
Advertisements Under this Heading
One Cent Per Word Eac-h Day. No Ad
vertisements Inserted for Less Than
Ha) horse, lost Friday night, figure
"2 ' on back leg If found, pleaRO
return to K. Mlyata and lecelvo
reward, Xiiunnu near llerctnnla.
In l'alama, all-white, 9-months-old
fox-terrier; cut tall; green leather
collar. Howard If returned to this
A hunch of keys. Return to this of
fice and receive reward. 3935-3t
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN,
Latest Shapes nnd
Cleaning Of All Kinds of Hats.
1028 NUUANU AVENUE.
MISS POWER RETURNS.
Spring Flowers, New Ribbons,
Feathers and Hats Arc Arrived.
Wire frames made by order.
OUR PRICES REASONABLE.
30 KING ST. NEAR BETHEL.
is a Wise Old Bird. He knows the
BEST 5-CENT CIGAR.
M. A. Guiist & Co.
BERGSTR0M MUSIC CO., Ld.
Repaired and Thoroughly Overhauled.
EXPERT TUNING A SPECIALTY.
GEORGE L. LENORD,
Office, Wall, Nichols. Phone 201.
85 editorial rooms- 250 hul
ness office. These re the new tel
ephone numbers of the Bulletin office.
Ccnt a Word
V. I20 9Vl'.t y'
Advertisements Under this Heading
One Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad-
vertltemenu Inserted for Less Than
3UU ft 8-lu c.ist-lron sewer pipe; S
nil-copper Truax sterilizers tin lin
ed; 1 nil-copper water still, tin
lined; 1 nil-copper 40-gnl. steam
Jacket kettle; 2 all-copper wash
hollers. L'mmclutli & Co., Ltd.,
115 King St.; Phono 211.
A valuable collection of stamps. This
colectlou Is tho property of the
widow of the Into II. W. Ilnvven,
and Is the iceult of his effort In
mnny 5 cars ot labor; they can bo
seen nt tho Hawaiian Xows Co ,
Young bulldllig. 3911-tf
Fine corner lot in Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit nnd ornamental treei
and all Improvements. Two min
utes' walk from cars and I'unntou
Collego. Address It. F this offlcn.
l.-.OO.OO CASH 200 X 300 ft. 9-room
house. Kalmukl. Address Ilox O ,
this office. 3909-lm
licet cattle for salo at Kahuku, Hawaii.
Apply Col. Sam Xorrls. Wolohlnu.
Whlto l'ckln ducks
South King St.
11 ml eggs. 1911
Wilder & Co.
Room 10, Campbell Block,
Honolulu, T. H.
P. L. PETERS
WING CH0NG CO.
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattressos,
Etc., Etc. All kinds of K0A nnd
MISSION FURNITURE Made To
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
tcrintion made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for irrigatiou
purposes a specialty. Particular at
tention paw to JOB W0KK, and re
pairs executed at shortest notice.
F; S. Naami,
Kodak Developing, Printing, En
larging and Interior Photo
graphing. HOTEL ST. bet. Nuuanu & Bethel.
You Want Electsic Wiring Done or
Private Telephone Installed or Dry
Batteries, call tho
UNION ETJCTRIC CO.,
C9 Beretania St Phone 315.
941 NUUANU ST
R. MIYATA & CO.,
CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS, PAIN.
TERS, PAPER HAN0ERS and
Second Hand Lumber, Doors and
Knaliri Hmipht nnd Sold.
IKING ST., PALAMA JUNCTWN.