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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T II WEDNESDAY MARCH 1 1108
Mrs. Hodgson, Teacher of Piano and
Hlhglng. Itnpld progrcs. Thorough
training, 270 Ucrcttinli St Clt
boo Mgn. 3921-im,
Mr. Jas. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner.
All orders should bo left at tlic Ha
waiian Nows Co . Young blrtg. l'liouo
291 or cor. Alakca and Hotel Sts.
See Hastings for repairs of Locks,
Kvs, Music rinjios. Sharpening of
rino Cutlery Hear Union Orlll.
Illnnk liooks of Ul sorts, lodger,
etc. manufactrred by the nulltttn Pub
Home for Sale
House new and attractive, three
bedrooms, parlor, diningroom, kitch-'
tn, bath, lnnai, &c.
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
924 Bethel Street,
137 MERCHANT STREET. .
LOTS FOR SALE- ,
IN KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION
and other desirabje, localities.
For Sale at a' Bargain, Premises
at Hauula oA the beach, avtvvo-story
house and fiirniturc, at a bargain.
Hawaiian Office Specialty
Co.. 931 Fort Si.
Fresh, wholesome, , and of every
Beretania, Alakea, and Union.
For Over 60 Years
has been u-crt for .
lor over hlxiv
.T.IONH of Mathers
YKAIttt to mill
with perfect soccew. IT
BOOTHHS tho CHILD, bOl'TENS
tho OUMS, ALLAYS all .pain.
IS bestre""lyforUrAURIlU!,. Sold
-i By uruggi.ts in every nan or. tno
3 world. 11a Euro and oik for Mrs.
3 no other kind. 33 ceau a Bottle.
ftn Old and VelHried Remodi
PAINTING, PAPERHANGING AND
General Jobbing A Specialty.
Dealers in Wall Paper, Paints, Oils,
Etc. P, 0. Boc 014. 208 Beretania
St. near Emma W. B. KAM, Mgr.
Umbiellas re-covered. T. Takata,
Tort St. near KuKul.
For house help, phone While 2331, Ma
!lkl Onural Employment Offlco,
ror IVnn icoln nntl noretitnla
Yee Slnrj Kee Plumber and Tlntmlth,
Smith St., bet. Hotel and I'auabl.
The BU8INE8S MAN'S HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulle
tin and the Weekly Edition, nives a
concise and complete resume of all le
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
75c4 Per month. Weekly Bulletin,
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
OUR ICE CREAM
is the best in town.
THE PALM CAFE
Hotel Street near Fort.
manufactured from lure distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
0A1IU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo.. Telephone S23
CHOICE CUT ROSES, CARNATIONS
VIOLETS, ETC., ETC'
Mrs. E. M. Taylor,
Phone Main 147
Honolulu Clothes Gleaning Go,
At Short Notice and Quick Delivery,
EAGLE DYEING AND
nl....W-rw-rT -TT-T-f f.J-CTMMll
fj AND OTIIKIt PIANOS.
'a THAYER PIANO CO.
150 HOTEL 8T1U.I.T.
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO., Ld.
Rcnaired and Thoroughly Overhauled.
EXPERT TUNING A SPECIALTY.
GEORGE L. LENORD,
Office, Wall, Nichols. Phone 201.
i I (EUMI.nl 179 , I CSk.
An Inhalation lor
Cr.aol.n. Is a Doon to Aslhmalles.
II. It nol MrmtnurIT-clltobrrathlna
rmi.Jr for H-..ri t.1 th. tnalhlnc orsaaa Uaa
to Lk. tho r-uicil- Into the .lumtch?
Crrmtli up fur.. b--'i. the .If. r-narrwl
trotigl- anllniillc, I. ftrll out th dlM.ed
iirfar. Tilth -r-ty Irmth l-lnit rrolnnp-d and
ron.unltrr.tm.nl. It li lnr.lu.bl. to taolntr.
wltb .mall clilldrcn.
ThoM of a t'on
III lln 1 Imm-fllMil rrllrl
but a half-cent
an hour and
you can have
light day or
CLARENCE W. MACFARLANE
IN THE MAGOON BLOCK.
One will last a lifetime; no hose
WE ARE AGENTS FOR
Winton Touring Car
Ihe Finest Cars Ever Seen in Hono
lulu. Call and Sea Them.
MERCHANT ST. PHONE 388.
M. A. Gunst & Co.
at the automobiles, buggies and car
nages we have recently overhauled
THEN SEE US.
W. W. Wright Co..
King Street near South
Schuman Carriage Co.,
SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS.
The Best Cigars and Tobacco.
and MYRTLE CIGAR STORE.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin,
from Cougin rr lnnmHi I Y'fvjSBE
Con Ullon of lh Hiront. ft .' Vir . AffiHf
ALL DRUGGISTS. ,( Afl VST.J
Bnd Mftill fur do- MPvfixSjr
lsO uUwn timet. K& Jk-w? JaF,
New Yotk. JbiEz-rirlL
ll " 11
1 I f
TO RESERVE STATEROOMS ON
THROUGH STEAMERS FOR
Tlio Pacific Mall Meam Up Co Is
w tiling to rcscrvo ten stiitc-rooms to
bo first available for passengers from
Honolulu who linu bought round
trip tickets from S.in rr.imisio to
Hie Islauilri, or tor lnj-mcr imfhtm
pcis ft oni other 'stt'iimerB of tlio saiuu
1 lie nboto statement, ns rouilng
from Munagur Scliwoiin, was iiuulc
by It V Slilnglo at it inoctlng of thu
trustees of tho Chamber of Com
merce jesterilu) afternoon .Mi 1'fo
tinliituvr of llackfvlil & Co s.ild Unit
he linil recehed InstriiittniiH of simi
lar Import from tlio main ollleo
Tho President of the Chamber nn
nouiiceil that the meeting wan tailed
foi tlio lunose of listening to what
L A Thurston and H. Shingle
liuil to sa as tlio result of their con
ference which they had with Mr.
Schwerln of the Pacific M.tll Hte.un
snli Co H. V. Shingle lead a ore
li.u ed statement aa follows:
"On the morning of lVbiu.iry 12th
Mi Schwerln notified me that acting
tipon icproncntatlonR made to him by
Mi Thurston and in)ttdf, he hail de
elded to put Into Inimedl.ile effect it
pollcj whenby round-trip passengers
originating at Ban l'ralalsco, would
bo ontltfed to speclllr ttiartirH on Pa
clllc Mall boatH letiirnlng fi out Ho
nolulu homeward bound.
' Mr Scbucrln Btated that a llmlt
ril iititnbcr of accoiiimodntluns would
ho held In ieKero for the bencllt of
holders of round-trip tickets, mul
while he did not Inform me of tho
exact number, I am Inclined to be
lieve as many nx ten desirable state
rooms will bo tho cMent. for tho
Kison that this was the number sug;
gested li) Mr. Thurston ami ni)sclf
nt our previous Interview
"At tho time of malting this an
nouncement to me, Mr Schwerln
called In Mr. Kerrell, general passen
ger nml ticket agent of tho Pnctllc
Mall, nml gave orders to Ixsuo round-
trip tickets to soveral tourUts who
wcro booked for the Siberia Maich
10 provided tlicy would bo nsstircd
comfortable, accommodations on tho
.Mongnlli tluo to leao Honolulu on
March 2Sth, bound for San Trancls-
"Mr. Schwerln then Informed mo
Hint under tlio proposed arrangement
tlio staterooms so icsgrvcd would
never ha sol ilto passengers originat
ing in the Orient bejoud Honolulu,
its long as there wero holders of
round-trip tickets in Honolulu to fill
them; also that tluip staterooms
would be )icld to the 'exclusion of
Honolulu passcngeis. Irrespective of
early bookings. He further stated
that should there he any complaint
from Honolulu people ngalnst this
discrimination, ho would refer all
btich complaints to I. A. Thurston
end 11 W Shingle I Immediately
notified Mr. Schwerln that neither
Mr. Thmston nor mvnclf would ns
uimo nny rcspnnslhlllt) In tho prom
ises, but would report the matter to
tho Honolulu commercl tl bodies."
Mr. Thurston, relating tlio events
thnt had led up to this, stated that
last Novembor ho and Mr. Slilnglo
had gono to tho Const on behalf of
tho Hawaiian Mahogany Lumber Co ,
commissioned by tho board of direct
ors to' make a con ti ait for tho trans
portiitinu of tho ties sold to tho
Banta To road, and authorized to use
thnt contract its tho basis for secur
ing a steamship ou tho Jocal'run be
tween the Islands, and tlio Coast, fit
ted for passenger nnd fresh fruit truf
fle, To further this they wero au
thorized b) tho lumber company to
)lold to tho extent of it tlo In tho
fi eight contract, which would tig
git'guto $29,000, showing how far
tho lumber company wits willing to
"Wa had conferences," said Mr.
Thin ston, "wllh rcpresontiithoa of
tho four companies engaged In carry
ing ou steamship truffle with these
islands. Tho Oceanic company ttftor
l ho first of January said that what
they would ha able nnd willing to do
would depend on whether the pro
poned stiliHld) bill, which 'extended
to vessels of sixteen knots speed tho
m.ijl contract subaldlcii now limited
to -0-lcnot vessels, passed Congicss
or not If It did, tlio company In
tended tn convert Its three, largo
ttcamshlpi into oil-burners and put
them on. the Australian inn again
In tho meantime, If enough freight
wcro guaiantced them they would
put ono or two of t,heso vessels on
tho local run.
"Dearborn and Latham, tlio princi
pal owners of tho Aiiieilriin-Hnwull-nn
compan), said Hint tho passenger
tiafllc between tho Const nnd Hono
'iilu was nno that they nnd been
I looking forvvnrd to, nnd they had ex
pected to trniiBiouu the Virginian In
to a passenger boat Hut after ex
pert nihlco had been taken It had
If a Hum is ns !
old ns ho fecly,
then thoso fel
low s must bo
nliout ton years
old. They don't
intend to giow
old. Tlioy know
that Ayor's Sar
now life, strength,
vigor. Makes them
Improves tho appetite, aids
digestion, keeps tlio norves
strong and steady, and tho
brain clear and active.
is a great proventivo o
Bright's diseaso and other
kidnoy affections. It purifies
tho blood, restores good appe
tite, sound digestion, and
A now made, Jtrr' Sarxa
pavllla contains no ulcolinl.
Thoro aro mnnv imitation
Qo cure you get "Ayor's."
Prp.r.J ly Dr. J. C. A,ir & Ca , low.t M.ir , U S A.
ATXtt-S FILLS, lb.b..lf.milrlu.llT..
been decided thnt she was not capt
blo of being transformed Into a pas
senger boat that would meet thu re
quirt lilents of tho sen leu. They had
looked tho American market over for
one that would but there wits nono
such to ho obtained. They had
thcrcfoie determined to Increase tho
passenger accommodations of tho Ne
va d m and tho Ncbrnskiin anil would
reserve sptto to the extent of 20U
tons for fresh fruit, piovldlng tho
utcessnr) Miitlhttton. '
"Tho Matson loiup.iny said they
were not prepaicd at tho present
time and under tho piesent condi
tions to tlnuncu thu enterprise of a
loc.tl steamship of tho requirements
needed Their new Bteamshlp, tho
Lurllnu, of UGOO tons, with accom
modations for forty passengers would
bo In servlep June 1, and Hint 'would
meet tome of tho rcqulicmcnts.
"with Mr, Schwerln wo hnd n
number of conferences, nnd ho pro
duced arguments from the statistics
nnd experience of his own company
to snow mat ino ining was impos
sible. No local steamer would hold
the passenger trade ns against tho
large through steamers, unless It was
as largo as, they, or made much fast
er time. Ifu showed thnt tho China,
whenever It salted Just before or just
lifter ono of tho four largo vessels.
went with few passengers. She did
not hnvo enough passenger accom
modations to meet tho requirements
of it local boat, besides not meeting
the other requirements of slzo or
"One day whllo In San 1 ranclsco
and after theso conferences,. Mr.
Slilnglo received a telegram from a
friend of his In W)omlug, an attor
ney for tho Union Pacific Knltwny,
usklug hint to secure him passage on
tho Korea, provided ho could get us
purnnco of accommodations to return
on tho Mnnchlirln. If ho could not
Let such assurances, ho would forego
his trip to tho Islands. Hero was it
concrete Instnnco In point of what
wo had icprcscntcd to Mr, Schwerln.
Mr Slilnglo took this telcginm to
Mr Schwerln nnd pointed out to him
thnt by giving tho assurance asked
for his compaii) got tho faro down
and back, hut, not giving It. his corn
pan) lost tho passenger altogether,
Tin ill) ns n result of this represen
tation Mr Schwerln imtdo tho con
fession Mr. Slilnglo has reported to
)ou. As wo had no more authority
to speak for tho entire community
than nil) other two Individuals, wo
repoit this matter to )ou who tlo rep
resent In it larger way the comniu
nltv "Tor in) own pait, I favoi approv
ing tho concession. In somo degrco
It inn) Inconvenlenco tho locnl pas
senger who books early for these
vessels b) giving tho round-trip tick
et purthasci nnd tho In) -over passen
f,ci tho prtferenco of theso roservad
tnblns Hut tho fact thnt peoplo nro
not able to get nssuiancc of return
accommodations Is keeping them
awn) It Is, If not Killing tlio tour
ist business, nt least preventing Its
glow tli. lly nccnpetlng this, n tour
ist business will ho developed Hint
will In ItBelf create tho demand for a
local ho tt Without It the local boat
can never come
"Whllo theso matlors were going
on, tho bill tn permit steamships, un
der other flags to carry passengors
and perishable freight from tho Isl
ands was Introduced Tho represen
tatives of nil four of tho Interested
tteamslilp companies opposed It nt
once We lopresented to tho Amcrl-can-Hiiwnllnn
thnt the Jnpaiicso wero
about to put on thlco additional
Inrgo vessels under heavy Japanese
Bitlislil) Wo lopresented to Mr.
Dearborn that these vessels would
CD x) (
sf7 Ono 5v s Onev
Cent a Woid Cent a Worcfj
S. Reult y vI3oauit:
Advertisements Under this Heading ,
One Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad-1
vcruscmcnia inacrica lor l.ces i nan i
Part Hawaiian of fair address and
Intelligence, fijr clerk; good op
portunity for the right man. Ad
dress this ollleo, "Man." 3891-tr
A few customers for puro milk. Ap
ply nt 183" Collego St. 323-tf
Clean -vlplng isgs at the llulletla of-
1'ufnlslied housekeeping rooms.
8 Cottage (Irovn, King St.
Advertisements Under this Heading
One Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad
vertlsements Inserted for Less Than
Large house on Ucretaula St. next
to Queen's Hospital; rent vory
cheap. W. W. Chamberlain, Judd
Sealskin pockctbook containing
about J200 In bills, also letters of
credit Liberal reward for return
to Young Hotel ollleo. 3t
Advertisements Under this Heading
One Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad
vertisements Inserted for Less Than
liay horse, lost l'rlday nlcht. flxuro
"2" on hack leg. If found, please,
return to K. Ml)nta and receive
reward, Nutianti near Deretanla.
In l'alama, all-white, 9-months-old
fox-terrier; cut tall; green leather
collar. Howard It returned to this
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
Latest Shapes and
Cleaning Of All Kinds of Hats.
1028 NUUANU AVENUE.
MISS POWER RETURNS.
SHELL LEIS and CUT FLOWERS at
m , pi
develop n large passenger traffic at
tho expense of thu Japanese subsidy.
As tho bill ended tho exception to tho
coastwls prohibition ut tho end of
six cais, and made It posslblo to bo
ended sooner by tho President, that
business developed ut the expense of
tho Jiipnlnesu subsidy would full to
any American compan) that was pro-
pared to tuko It up Mr. Dearborn
accepted this conclusion nnd with-
drew his opposition. Mr. Mntsoit
dlil nlaii Mr Knhw.trln ,11. 1 11r.11 tl
cully. Tho Oceanic peoplo Bnld that
the) wcro opposed to It on principle,
and hunie did not feot that they
could consent to It "
V J. Lmwey nsked Thurston If ho
thought tho subsidy hill would pass
Thuiston leplled that no ono coul 1
tell. Ho thought the tonstwlsu sus-
pension law would puss.
A special committee composed of
V J. Lowroy, chairman, L. T Peck
nml A W T. Ilottomlcy was up
pointed to tnko up the matter
Present nt tho meeting wero Cllvo
Duvles, A W. T. llottomle). 1' J.
Lovvio), L T Pock, L A Thurston,
II W Shingle, W M Glffurd, W
Pfotcnhnucr, V I Spalding, K D
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250. etc manufactured by the nullotlu Pub
Bulletm Editorial Room Phone 185. Ushlug company
Advertisements Under this Headlnn
One Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad-
vcriiaements inserted for Less Than
30U ft S-ln cast-Iron sewer plna; 3
nil-copper Trunx sterlllzcis tin lin
ed; 1 nil-copper water still, tin
lined; 1 oil-copper 40-gal. steam
Jacket kettle, 2 all-copper wah
boilers. Kmmeliith & Co., Ltd.,
Ha King St.; Phone 211.
vuluihlo collection of stamps. This
colcctlou Is tho property of tho
widow ot tho lato II. W. lluwcn,
nml Is tho result of his effort lu
nnuy pars of labor; they can bo
seen nt tho Hawaiian News Co ,
Young building. 3911-tf
Pino corner lot in Mnkikl. Curbing;,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and all Improvements. Two mln
uteaf walk from cars and Punahou
College. Address H. F this office.
flcef cattlo for salo t Knhuku, Hawaii.
Apply Col. Sam .Norrls. Walohlnu.
hltu Pekln ducks nml eggs 1941
South King St. 390G-U
"Wilder & Co.
Room 10, Campbell Block,
Honolulu, T. H.
P. L. PETERS
WING CH0NG CO.
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc., Etc. All kinds of K0A and
MISSION FURNITURE Made To
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modem SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and mVETED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular at
tentton paid to JOB WORK, and re
I pairs executed at shortest notice.
F; S. Naami.
Kodak Developing, Printing, En
larging and Interior Photo
HOTEL ST. bet. Nunann & Bethel.
. ip3-.j ""
you Wflnt E,Mt WJ . Done
private Tc1.eDft0n,, Installed or Dry
'Rri4,.Pt'.. -n jv,.,
Batteries, call the
UNION ELFCTBI0 CO.,
co Beretania SL
. , , "
, - rilQUe
I fTM-1.-.. .- a.- 1
' Chl"eSe Qoods
(incy aW. Tai Rx Cr
"'& VV U A dl OC V-O.
941 NUUANU ST
R. MIYATA & CO.,
CONTRACTORS. BUILDERS. PAIN-
TERS, PAPER HANGERS and
Second Hand LuraVr, Doors n.
Sashes Bouclit and Sold
KINO ST., PALAMA JUNCTION.
, IJlank books of n'l sortr lelger.
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