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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. II.. FRIDAY, MAHCII 20. 190S.
Woven Wire Mattresses repaired at
tlio factory Honolulu AVIro Bed
Co., 1250 Alapnl St. Telephone
' BSG. ' 3945-tf
Mr. Jot. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner.
AH'ordera Miould bo left nt the Ha
whllnn News Co., Youns blilg. Phone
294 or cor. Alakea and Hotel Sts.
,3ee Hattlngi for repair! of Locks,
Keys, Music Boxes, Sharpening of
Fine Cutlbry. Bear Union Orlll.
Home for Sale
House new and attractive, three
bedrooms, parlor, diningroom, kitelii
en, bath, lanai, &c.
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
924 Bethel Street,
137 MERCHANT STREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
IN KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION
end other desirable localities.
For Sale at a Bargain Premises
at Hauula on the beach, a two-story
' house' and furniture, at a bargain.
Hawaiian Office Specialty
Co.. 931 Fori Si.
' ' Fresh, wholesome,' and' of every
variety at ,
Beretania, Al&kea. and Union.
For Over 60 Years
has teen tiiert for over HIXTVT
YUAUS by MILLIONS ot liothr
lortneu- uiuluubn whiiotektjj.
beet remedy for DIAURHUiA. Bold
by DrturgUU In every part o( tbs
frorld. HA aura ami aaV fnr tra.
Wlmlow'aSoothlnirKvTunanil taba fcj
fe3 co ether kind. 33 Ccnta a Dottle. E
Fcr expert Repalra on Bicycle, Mo
torcycle, Automobllei, etc, call on
J. E Santos,
Daek of Peter',
PHONE 361. UNION ST.
PAINTING, PAPERHANGING AND
General Jobbing A Specialty.
Dealers in Wall Paper, Paints, Oils,
Etc. P. 0. Box 014. 208 Beretania
St. near Emma. W. B. KAM, Mgr.
H tiOOTlif.3 ttw CHILD. 601THN3
me uu,'Aii.Ava Ml pain,
CURBS WIND COLIC, ana & th.
Umbiellas rc-covcrcd. T.
Fort St. near Kukul.
For home-help, phono Vhlto 2391, Ma
klkl. Qonoral Employment Office,
rnr Pnnsncnlii nnn Berctnnla.
Veo Qlnfl Kee Plumber and Tlmmlth,
Smith Bt bet. Hotel and rauahl.
Blank books of nil sorts, ledgers,
etc. manufactured by the Bulletin Pub
WE ARE AGENTS FOR
Winton Touring Car
The Finest Cars Ever Seen in Hono
lulu. Call and See Them.
MERCHANT ST. PHONE 388.
at the automobiles, buggies and car
nages we have recently overhauled
THEN SEE US.
W. W. fight Co..
King Street near South
Employment Office supplies all na
tionalities to plantations, contractors
163 KING ST.
All kinds in rolls and sheets.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN PAPER &
SUPPLY CO., ,LTD.
Fort and Queen Sts., Honolulu.
Tel. 410. George G. Guild, Gen. Mgr.
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale importers and Jobbtrt
AMERICAN DRY QbODt
'OPT and QIIGEN TO
manufactured from oure distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
OAIIU ICE. AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone 623
CHOICE CUT ROSES, CARNATIONS
VIOLETS, ETC., ETC.
Mrs. E. M. Taylor,
Phone Main 147
Honolulu Clothes Gleaning Co.
BOOT and SHOE MANUFACTURER
By the Latest Improved Machines.
Men's soles, 75 cents (sewed);
Men's Heels, 25 cents.
Repairing Neatly Done.
Corner King and River Sts.
At Short Notice and Quick Delivery,
EAGLE DYEING AND
Fort Street. Phone 675.
At All Watchdealers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KING Sts., Honolulu.
rBmmmmimu tamiwj)LiaiiMfm. jii
AND OTHER PIANOS.
THAYEH PIANO CO.
16G HOTEL STREET.
Kodaks & Films
are everywhere known as the
Standard in Quality
We have tlieni
Rush Orders Our Specialty.
Photo Supply Co.,
" EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC "
iYou will shortly
Gold Watch, etc
113 HOTEL ST HONOLULU,
Spring Flowers, New Ribbons,
Feathers and Hats Arc Arrived.
Wire frames made by order.
OUR PRICES REASONABLE.
30 KING ST. NEAR BETHEL.
Victor Talking Machine
Sold on Easy Monthly Payments by
Bergstrom Music Co., Ltd.
Ask Your Grocer
lA for Men and Women
Wall, Nichols Co., Limited
SHELL LEIS and CUT FLOWERS at
can be done very easily with your
Japanese servant by purchasing en
English and Japanese Cook Book.
AT ALL BOOKSTORES.
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in town,
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel St. near Fort.
Jack Scully. Jack Roberts.
Sanitary Steam Laundry
Branch; TERRITORIAL MESSEN
GER SERVICE. PHONE 361
BEAUTIFUL PICTURES AND
reduced to a low price at
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO.,
NEW YORK STATE COMMITTEE
TELLS WHY THEIR MAN
SHOULD BE "IT"
Now York, March 7. Th- Hopnbll
enn State Committee of Now York put
lis Beal of approval upon the cimllila
cy of Charles K. HurIiob for tin- nomi
nation for the Presldfency In- unaiilm
Oilsly Indorsing hint ns tilt- choice of
Mil party In this State licfon- the He-
piibllrnn National Convontlon nt Chi
cago. Tho naino resolution, offcri'd
ly fnrnior ConfiroBsniaii W II Douk
hiss, extended tho hearty tlmnks of
tho committee to President Room-vcII
fur Ills "Krent service to Ills cnuntiy
liy a rugged ilctcrinlnutloii In oppoau
wroiiR mill In iteniniulliiK jusilco fot
Tho I)oiie,lns4 resolution Imlorslnc
noveriior Hughes cniullducy was us
"Now York holds tho proud position
of hnvliiK Klvoli to tho Nation one ot
her Illustrious sons who now occupies
I tlio Presidential chalt. Ton. If anj,
I'rcsldeiits havo t-vcr heen luld In so
JIiIkIi rcKard l' tho Nation mid tlio
'world. lie has done Brent servlco to
Ids country by a rugged deteriuliin-
lion to oppose. wrongdoliiK and In de
manding Justice for all.
"We tender hlnins IiIh term of of
fice dravvB toward Its clone, our hcnity
thanks, nnd his name will iindoulited'
ly go itown to posterity as one of tliu
greatest nnd most heroic figures In
American history, justly linked with
that of Washington, Lincoln, Orunt
"Tho citizens ot tho Kmplio State
U'ry properly expect thai our dele
gates of the National Hepiibllcan Con
vention will present and urgo tlio se
lect Ion again of one of our many wor
thy pons for tlio greatest ofllce la the
gift of our people.
Tho Stato Committee believe that
the wisdom of our choice will tin
doubtedly commend itself to nil class
es of our citizens uml to the country
generally. If wo carnestl) advocate
the selection of tho Ume-inor of our
State, Charles 12. Hughes, for the Pre
sidency, llu Is n man of the Lincoln
type, able, upright, Intiepld, honest
fearless In duty nnd devoted to the
lieople's best Interests. Since ho has
been prominently before the public
his strong Individuality has greatly
impressed us all. In nil his public tit
tuunces ho carries' conviction by his
evident sincerity and the unu,ucstlou
nble purity of his motives. In placing
Ills nnmo before tho country Mil our
standard bearer wo aro convinced we
are presenting another great leader
to the Nation, one wlio will udd uddl
tlonnt glory to our -State nnd uphold
tliu traditions of tho Republican party.
Itusolved, That w leconimeiid the
selection of delegates In tliu various
Congressional districts and of dele
gatcs-at-largo who will act In complete
harnioiiyvvlth the purpose- of this iejo-
lntloii, to tho end that tho delegation
to the National Convention from this
State may present a united" frtint In
behalf of our candidate."
Near tho close of tho brief session
Committeeman Douglass Introduced
his resolution, nnd made n brlel
eulogizing President Roosevelt and
Governor Hughes. Chairman wood
ruff put tho question, and the resolu
tlon of Indorsement was unanimously
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE M. D.'S
HAVE THEIR HEARING
Iloston, Mnss., March 3. Tho
largest committee, room at tho Stato
House wus scarcely large enoimh to
nccommodate those Interested In the
cevcrnl bills which seek to further
regulate the practice of medicine mid
healing and which deal especially
with Christian Science.
The Committee on Public Health
had before It several bills ns well as
tho report of tho Commission of Reg
fstratlon In Medicine, hut It took up
llret that nccompanvlng the petition
of former Representative Frank W.
Tnnycr, which permits tho prnctlco
of Christian Sctento methods hut pin
hlblts the charging of any fco,
Tlio hearing on tire various bills Is
expected to occupy a number ot
(lays nnd among the counsel repre
senting tho Christian Science church
were former Governor John I,. Hates,
Samuel J. IClder and Wlllinm A.
Morse, while Dr. V.. II. Harvey, the
ecretury of the State Hoard of Reg
ttratlon of Medicine, was present to
lupport tho report of tho Hoard,
which advocates the regulating ot
tho practlso of Christian Science ns
well us other pcisous engaged in tliu
practlso of healing. Mr. Thayer oc
cupied a considerable portion of the
morning session in advocating hU
measure anil Introducing witnesses
In support of it.
Toklo, Japan, March 7. The op
position parties strongly crlticlso tho
'nelllclency nnd Insulllcleiicj' of tho
national system of education. Kvery
rnncelvnble subject Is taught, hut
nothing is tnught well. English Is
taught by pedagogues who cannot
cpeak, a word. The scholars are
taught to perform Sliakespearo'a
plays entirely by lolo, and Important
lolcs are played by boys who do not
understnnl u word they say. Stu
dents nre obliged to ctudy six hours
i a day for six days n week, hut the
number of subjects tnught is so
great that thty acquire nothing thoroughly.
SAYS SHANGHAI MORALS WERE
ALL RIGHT TILL WIL
Tho Washington Herald of March
Lorrlii AndieWK. the Shanghnl nt
tomey, who was largely Instrumental
In Instituting Impeachment pi'occcd
Ings ngnlint LolieiiB R. Wlllley, Judge
of the United States extra-territorial
court nt Shanghai, appeared eslerday
I'cfnre u suhrunimltteo of the House
Committee on the Judiciary, to under
go cross-exnlnlnntloti oil certain olnts
Hi his tcstlninm Judge Wlllley was
an liitelcsted spectator nt the hearing
Practically the whole of tho tesil
mony of Andrews wna given In re
spond to questions by Itepresentatlvu
Donby, of Michigan, and the whole
Inquiry was almost upon the one lino
that attempting to prove that Judge
Wlllley, who, the chat gen nllege. act
ed linrshlv and with much unnecessary
aspeiuy in Niinngiini, was compelled
so to net uy tne cnar.icler or llie peo
ple with whom he had to deal.
Question nfter question was asked
of Andrews, In which the nature of
the American population of thiw
Oriental city was not imi-d particu
larly high. The women were cited
is instanced of the low vxtntu to
which tho name American had fallen.
The testimony of Andrews, however,
look n hopeful tone, he having evinced
no fear that the Amerlc.ui jiopii! itiuii
of Shanghai, mnlu or Telltale, would
suffer by comparison with people In
tho Stntea. He usually answered the
questions of his Interrogators In this
vein, hut ut several points managed
to dig Judge wlllley by saying that
the morals of certain people weie
good, nt least before Wlllley took up
Ills duties In the Chlneso city.
It was attempted on tho part of tho
defense to show that a former partner
of Andrews, n Jmlgo I.amble, had,
when the partnership was In existence
In Honolulu, been one whlto man In
I. largo number of Japanese and other
foreigners urrestcd for trntllc In vice.
A letter offered by tho defense to
piovo this point was rejected by the
The news that the President nnd
Secretary Hoot hnvo come to tho de
fense of Judge Wlllley will not, It Is
understood, affect the continuation of
tho hearings by the House commit
tee. Judge Wlllley has been not only
exonerated by the President, but his
administration of the court Is highly
In passing on tho case, the Presi
dent snys that tho charges were due
to tho fearlessness nnd Integrity with
which ho had stamped out vlcu uud
crime In Shanghai.
Tho conclusion Is based, upon an
Investigation by Secretary uf State
secretary kooi, in ins report, says
Judgo Wllfley's action was never Im
proper, nor did he except his Judicial
' TRADE FOLLOWS FLAG
Mllwnukeo (Wis.), March C
"President Roosevelt has dune tho
manufacturing Interests of tho United
States u. meat servlco hv Heiiilluir the
ifcct around South America.
Tills was the statement made by
John It. Moss of tho Rockwell Maun
factoring Company and president ol
the Merchants and Manufacturers
"In tho reception given to our otn
ccrs, trudo Interests have been spoken
of repeatedly," continued Moss, "nnd
the old saying that commerce follows
tho ling Is proved by the largo mint
ber of Inquiries our own nnd other
Milwaukee plants are receiving for
goods ns n result of tho showing made
by tho fleet. Tho trip is hound to
I exert a great Influence on tliu growth
of our trade with South American
In household expen
ses is practiced by
for light as well as
Cooking. It costs
lass than any other.
C Cent a Word J
v Rosultd yp'
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lllnckKinlth who Is u thorough horse
shoer and wagon icpalrer. Ad
diess Wiilineii Stables, Walinea.
Second-hand typewriter; must be in
gooil working order and reason
able. Address "Type," this olllce.
Sctond-hniul llut-top desk; must lie
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A hceond-hund showcase, ubout Ux2xl
feet. Address with pi Ice "P.." this
Clean -vlplng lags at the Bulletin of
A middle-aged lady desires tn secure
passage nnd expenses on trip to
Kuropu In return for services to
Invalid or children. Willing to
take maid's accommodations.
Thoroughly competent uml re
liable. -Address "A. O.," llullctln,
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One Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad-
vertlsementi inserted for Less Than
Largo house on Ucretanta St. next
to Queen's Hospital; rent very
cheap. W. W. Chamberlain, Judd
Seven-roomed house, mosquito proof.
1881 Knlakaua Ave., near car Hue,
town side; 118 per month.
Furnished room In town. Private
entrance. Address "A.,"' this of
Advertisements Under this Heading
)ne Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad-l
vertltements Inserted for Less Than
In I'alania, all-white, S-months-old
' fox-terrier; cut tall; green leather
collar. Reward It returned to this
noiween i-hkoi nnu Ainpni am., pocu
ctbook containing card of owner.
Reward nt this ofllce.
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A pair of corsets, bought nt Killers'
Miiieh 12. May bo had at this of
llce by paying for this ml.
and cloth of A-l quality can be pur
r. 0. Box 061. Telephone 931,
King Street, Ewa of Fishmarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE-
NANIWA & CO,,
Alakea and Merchant Sts,, Magoon
Bldg.; P. 0. Box 775 j Tel. 327.
Of All Kinds And Descriptions At
SEE OUR DISPLAY.
S. TAT AN I
Emma St. near Beretania.
Dlank books ot all Borts. ledgers
etc. manutac'urcd by tho Uulletlt Pub
Cent a Word
300 ft S-ln cast-Iron sewer pipe; U
nil-copper Trpax sterilizers tin lin
ed; 1 all-copper water still, tla
lined; 1 all-copper -10-gal. steam
Jacket kettle; 2 all-copper wash
hollers. Kmmeluth & Co., Ltd.,
HO King St.; Phone 211.
A vnlunblo collection of stamps. This
colectiou Is tht property of the
widow of the late II. W. lluwcn,
and is tho result of his effort in
many years of labor; they can bo
seen at the Hawaiian News Co.,
Young building. 3911-tt
Pine corner lot In Mnklkl. Curbloc
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and all Improvements. Two min
utes' walk from can and Punahou
College. Address It. F.. this offlco.
lacht Columbia, In good condition.
Apply -II. W K." llullctln.
AU.MY COTS. SI, delivered. Coyne
rurnlture Co. ::tiG2-tf
l-'resh in Hch cow.
Apply C. It Kra-39DI-tr
Wilder & Co.
Room 10, Campbell Block,
Honolulu, T. H.
fTTTrVT"' TTTATt "1"
VV UN JC UxlUlN VI jJ.
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses.
J0- AU kinds of K0A and
MISSION FURNITURE Made To
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY cf every capacity and de
tcription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
pairs executed at shortest notice.
1 Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
I 563 S. BERETANIA ST.
Fi S. Naami,
Kodak Developing, Printing, En
larging and Interior Photo
graphing. HOTEL ST. bet. Nuuanu & BetheL
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
941 NUUANU ST
R. MIYATA & CO..
CONTRACTORS. BUILDERS. PAIN-
TEES, PAPER HANGERS and
Second Hand Lumber, Doors and
Sashes Bought and Sold.
KING ST., PALAMA JUNCTIUfJ,
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER, r
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
Queen Street :: ;: :: Honolulu.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 230.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.