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EVENING. I1ULLHTIN, HONOLULU, T. It., MONDAY. APRIL 13. 100S.
Mill WANT Si
BUSINESS NBEOTOBY ' ffii (NffihHUI i
REPAIRING. I UMBRELLAS it
Woven Wire Mattresses repaired atUmbiclla3 re-covered'. T, Takatn, If
tlio Factory Honolulu Who iledj Fort St. near Ktiltul. L
Co., 1250 Alnpnl St. Telephone r .
:i'"- 3915-tt EMPLOYMENT OFFICE.
"IANO TUNING Fr house help, phone White 2891, Ma
klkl. Getierul Employment Olllco
i-nr I'cnoarnln mid Berotnnh
Mr. J is. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner.
All orders nhcild 1)0 left at tho llti
wnllnn News Co., Young bldg. Phono
231 or cor. Alakca and Hotel Sta.
Sea Hastings for repairs of Locks,
Kfys, Music Iloxos. Sharpening of
Fine Cutlery Rnar Union Grill.
Yeo Slnj Kee Plumber and Tlntmlth,
Smith St.. bet. Hotel and Pauahl.
11 lank books of rJl sorts, ledger),
etc. manufactured by the Bulletin Pub
House for Rent
For Summer Months.
Immediate possession. 2 large bed
rooms, dining-room, living-room,
bathroom, etc. Use of row-boat.
$30.00 per Month
Sweet Violet Butter
The Best Made.
2 Lbs. for 75c
is not a Toy, to be used today and
thrown away tomorrow; it's a high
class camera, and takes perfect pic
tures from the smallest to the larg
Wc have them, at prices from
$1.00 to $12.00.
Call and see the work that they do!
Honolulu Photo Supply
" EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC "
Disappointed Wallachers Four- Hundred Acres Will
Make Their Last
C. Q. YEE HOP & CO.,
at tho automobiles, buggies and car
riages wo have recently overhauled
- THEN SEE US.
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
924 Bethel Street,
137 MERCHANT STREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
IN KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION
and other desirable localities.
For Sale at a Bargain Premises
at Hauula on the beach, a two-jrtory
house and furniture, at a bargain.
WW. Wright Co..
King Street near South
I i ml 10 'a"1" UA
I I This Is Only One of Those'
fl BEAUTIFUL WATCHES
D . we are offering at
fl $ 1 . 0 0 PER WEEK
l'Lll3 HOTEL ST.t HONOLULU 1
All kinds in rolls and sheets.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN PAPER &
SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen Sts., Honolulu.
Tel. 410. George G. Guild, Gen. Mgr.
Hawaiian Office Specialty
Co., 931 Fori St.
PHONE 143. .
P. I.. PETERS
Having onRnRcd Mr Geo. Ii. I.cnord,
tho expert plunn tuner and pianola
repairer, wo aro now prepared to
attend to all piano tuning and re
pairing. All work guaranteed.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD., Tele
phone 2G1 39G'J-tf
Spells Satisfaction in Cigars.
M. A. Gunst & Co.
Phillips & Co.
Wholesale irr.pc.ner and Jobbers
rOMT ind CUCEN BT
Buy one on our Easy Payment
Bergstrom MusicCo., Ltd.
Spring Flowers, New Ribbons,
Feathers"and Hats Arc Arrived,
Wire frames made by order.
OUR, PRICES REASONABLE.
30 KING ST. NEAR BETHEL.
manufactured from oure Ulitllled va
trr. Delivered to any part ol city by
OaIIU ice AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone 523
Bcrctania, Alakea, and Union,
BOOT and SHOE MANUFACTURER
Dy the Latest Improved Machines,
Men's soles, 75 cents (sewed) j
Men's Heels, 25 cents.
Repairing Neatly Done.
LAn Hop, "
Corner King and River Sts.
is making the Best Home-made Bread
in town. Be sure and try it. The
wagon will deliver at your door.
CALL UP 197.
A mass meeting of Hawaiian was
held at Aala Park hint Saturday
ovcnlng Willi Ficd. K. llccMcs) an
'hall man. Seated cm tho band stand
wero Mrs. Mary Atcherley, Sam Ka
loa, John Shujdou mid Kewalo Tin" a
was no nnlsle, but there were tmi l
r:i Instruments lying 011 the Hour.
The and Ionic was not ei large,
there being only nbout three hun
dred people present.
Ilecklcy In his speech predicted
the downfall of President Pinkhnui
of the llo.ird of Health. He said that
PltiMinm was not working foi the
betlcimcnt of tho peoplo at Knl.m
papa, that bo had spent the money of
the peoplo carelessly and refused to
rarry out Hie Intention of the Legis
lature when It appropriated funds
for the homo for non-leprous malo
children of leper parents. Accord
ing to Act 135 of tho Session Uiws
of 100", an npproprlatjon of $K,.i. m
was set apart for that purpoie. lint
I'lnkhnni had not carried out the In
tent of tho law-ninKcrs. lie u in
ched Plnkhani for causing to lie
erected n building at a coit of $8000
at the ICnllhl receiving stajlon with
1 view to allowing Walkuh to use
It In his tieatnicnt of the lepers fioni
"Plnkhnm knew 'very well," said
Ilecklcy, "thafhe did not want Will
Inch to effect Ills cure on the lepers;
but fearing the so-called leaders ol
the Hawallans, ho erected this build
ing to cool them down. Plnkhani. as
President of tho Hoard of Health, had
not tried or caused to be tried, tho
treatment of the lepers in the ettle
ment. Ills administration has been
a total failure."
- Sam Kaloa said that Plnkhani was
an earnest, worker when, It came to
'spending money for tho plnnteis and
business man. Jn the mattei of kill
spending money toward ptucliiislng
neroRs.'irv ririiiru ntul trims in rntclf
the rats. Hut when It tutiiij, to a
most lmpoilnnl question, tli.it of tho
health of human beings, .Plnkhani
wijs stubborn and would not listen
to suggestions.' The vj6pei"tf',nt tho
settlement had been Oj for ninny
years unil no effort has been,, mad e.u
"Plnkhani should not rcmnlifJ
there," said Kaloa. ' J'tit another
man In his ilnco so Hint some gooC
may 110 accomplished towards re-,
llcvlng the borrow of those poor peo
ple In the settlement "
Mis. Mary Atehcrle) was thu list
speaker, Fled. IIccUIcn read tlio res
olution which was ndnptcd by' tho
The substance of the resolution' Is
11 violent attack on Plnkhani, con
demning him as a political trickster
and iik too unreliable a man to bo
President of the Hoard of Health bo-
cause of his fill 1 11 re to provldo a homo
for the sons of leprous parents. It
stated that ho deceived the Hawaii
tin peoplq in the Wallach mattei,
that ho had gone back on his prom
ises to tho leprescntatlvos of the
people In the last Legislature, and
lastly that Ills actions as the Presi
dent of thu lloanl of Health have
been Misplcloiis and unreliable.
Be Returned By
Survcjor Sam Kiinnkanul has te
turned fioni Kcanne, where ho has
been rc-survcliig the old kuleanas
which have been under dispute there
for sonic time According to thu old
plat!), of one piece of ground which
Is claimed by the natives under their
grants, thcie should be a ditch for
one line and a gulch foi 0110 of tho
others, ns Identification marks.
These never havo been there, accord
ing to Kanakanul, ut least, not for
tlio last fifty years, and It Is his opltf
lon that there Is no kulcana there,
but, that It Is located on tho otbci
side of Naeolc.
There Is a 2 l-2-acro tiact at Nae-
olo which has also been under dis
pute. Hobby Iloyd recently was sup
posed to have surveyed this, but Kn
nnknnul claims that his lines were
most grossly Incorrect.
II. P. Ilalduln has signified his In
tentiou of returning nbout. 400 ucu-a
of (loveruiueiit land which lie has
bad under leaFO, and tills will be
surveyed and opened to -homestead'
ers. The land, "It Is claimed, Is not
good for much other than the rubber
Industry. Each homesteader will bo
allowed 10 or GO acres.
Sam Knnaknnut, as well aB several
other of tho Government "surveying
force here, Is ,not n bit bashful about
expressing his opinion about the
work done by Hoytl at Ke-iniie
Cent a Word jDont a Word
v RosultH Nv Results J
Advertisements Under this'Headlng
One Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad
vertisements Inserted for Less Than
10x20 Crnjon Portraits 40 cents,
frames 10 cents and up, shoot pic
tures one cent each. Yqu can
make 400 per lent, pi nut or $30
per week. Catalogues iirfll sam
ples fiee. Frank W. Williams
Company. 1208 W. Tnylor street,
Chicago, 111. - 3972-41
Advertisements Under this Headlna
One Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad
vertisements Inserted for Lets Than
AUTOMOBILE FOR SALE.
Autocar runabout, Model 1D0G, In
llrst-clasg condition; fully equip
ped. II. It. Cheal, Quartermaster's
Depot; Tel. 130. 39C8-U
ti SAILOR ON Mil
Position as steam plow engineer; ca
pable and able; six yejrs In last
place. Address "J. A.,1' this of
lly German woman; housework or
cooking. Address "S" this of
fice. . :t3C8-tr
A valuable collection of stamps. Till
culectlou U tha property of th
widow of the late 11. V. Uuwen.
and Is the result of his effort it
many years of labor; thoy can bo
seen at the Hawaiian News Co.,
Young building. 3011-tt
lly young lady; house work prefer
red. Apply 14 2'JC Holt lane."
llamon Concelllo, the bandit-hunter
lHi wCut down Walaltu way to
look for Lopez nnd who then proceed
ed to get exceedingly drunk and
attempt to shoot up the town In
Ilnkhnm was ei active. bfi00(1 old-fashioned border style, has
shipped as a sailor on board the IM-
ward SewalUand therefore cannot ue
brought to trial, according to Special
Polled omcer Ilnrry Lako. The man
wiyi Bent for the other da, and
Laku finally discovered that lit. bad
been beard of on tho waterfront.
Ho consulted .with Shipping Com
missioner Almy and found that a man
answering Conccllln's description had
1 shipped' before tho mast on the Sew
nlL He reported tho fact at head'
quarters this morning.
Second-hand Pat-top desk; must be
reasonable. Address "I..P.," this
A second-hand showcato, about Cx2xi
feet. Address with price "P.," thh
Finn corner lot in Maklkl. Curblpg.
water, fruit and ornamental tree
and all improvements. Tiro min
ute' walk from cats and Punabo,
College. Addrus It. F.. this ode.
Stock paying good Interest, In wll-
known Honolulu firm; small quan
tity for sale. Address "L. V ," tlila
Cancrn made from kon wood, plat
holdcrK and a complete outfit. Can
bo seen at Hawaiian News Co.'s
store. Hlshop St. 3957-tt
hoi been iwl for ovr sixr
YltAUrt by MILLIONS oe Hf.tfierq
lNO. with perfect succoim. IT
bOOTIIKS tlio CIIII.T), OOtfTBNS
lha fiUUft. AI.UVH All Tinln.
CUtlEH WltJD UOLU awa (i tha
uy UTURzm m cvory pari ot (no
world, lu) aarti ond.aslc for Vrs.
Vinstows Sootbtcff tfyropnnd taLo
no other kind. SS W1U a Bottle.
For Expert Repairs on Dlcycle, Mo
lorcycte, Autcmoolles, etc., call en
J. O Santos,
At Short Notice and Quick Delivery
EAOLC DYEING AND
.Fort Streot. Phono 675,
1 ' OF ALL KINDS.
' DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
I Queen Street :; :: :; Honolulu
At All Watchdealers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KINO Sts,. Honolulu
PAINTIN0, PAPERnANOINQ AND
General Jobbing A Specialty.
Dealers in Wall Paper, Taints, Oils,
Etc. P, 0. Box 014, 208 Beietania
Gt. ne"ar Emma W. B. KAH, Mgr.
AND OTIIi:n PIANOS,
THAYER PIANO CO.
15G HOTEL STREET.
55 TUNING OUARANTRED.
SUPPLIES OF ALL KINDS.
The Best Cigars and Tobacco.
and MYRTLE CIGAR STORE.
NANIWA & CO.,
Alakea and Merchant Ets., Hagoon
Bldg.j P. 0. Box 775; Tel. 327.
Room with or without board! refer
ences. Address "Cult.," liullctln
office. ' ' 3980-tf
Clean wiping rngsiat tho liullctln of
Advertisements Under1 this Heading
One Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad
One genuine Shctlard pony, for sala
cheap. A. G. Curtis, Kurtlstown.
A few settings of puro Huff Arplng
ton eggs. Address-Uox 40, Lthur.
Fine Viano. Cash or Installments.
Coyn? IMrnlturo Co. 39Ga-tr
ARMY COTS, il, delivered. Coyne
Furniture Co. 3952-tt
vertlsementi Inserted for Less Than ' Krmb milch' cow. Apply C,
Nicely furnished sitting and bed
room with bath, olcctrlc lights, for
rent cheap, Enquire Curio Den,
Fort St. 3907-lw
Dirt for filling,
1 .. It 1 ,
Apply liullctln of-39SG-tt
Superintendent of public Works
Mnrston C'ampb'oll this morning stat
ed that arrangements had been com
pleted whereby the streets between
lleretanln nnd llliigliam streets will
bo considerably widened, lie I also
ready to macadamize tho Alowa road,
ovor which traffic has, been running
for some time piiBt. , .
Tho survey for the Pauiualu home
stead mad has boon -completed and
work will commence, on this In tho
near future. This highway will bo
built at a cost of between SfiOUU ami
800O. , . -
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 MESJEN
GER SERVICE. ' PHONE 301
CHOICE CUT ROSES. CARNATIONS
VIOLETS, ETC, ETC.
Mrs. E. M, Taylor,
, Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 183. 1
DEATH OF MRS. ALULI
(Special to The Uullotl n)
Wulluktt, Maul, April 10. Mrs,
Saruh K. Alull, widow of the latu
John T. Alull, and only sister of Cir
cuit Judge A. X. Kcpolkal of tho Sec
ond Circuit Court, died of npoplcxy
at her homo In Wnlluku at 8:10
o'clock Thursday morning. Sue had
been ailing for n month or more. She
was tho eldest daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Noa Kcpolkal, and was born In
Wnlluku May, 18G9. Her husband
some five years ago. She leaves
three children, all boys, tho eldest ol
whom la Deputy County Attorney
Noa W. Alull of Illlo, Hawaii Coun
ty The Kepoikals belong- to tho
lino of Kalelninkalll of Kipahulu,
and therefore belong to the upper
ensto of Hawallans of tho feudal
system, unit Hawallans who are con
versant with undent customs nnd
usages alwayH look up to them us a
class Intermediary between plebeians
nnd chiefs. Mrs. Alull leaves con
nldernblo leal estate k on Market
street, Wnlluku. Flags wero placed
at half-mast all day estcrday out
u'f respect to her memory. The fu
neral exercises took place at 4:30
o'clock yesterday afternoon. Rev. J.
Nuu conducted services at tho hous")
and the Catholic priest said services
of that faith both at the church and
Catholic cemetery. A quartet led by
Moses Knuhlmnhu sang several gos
pel hyiiiiiH both at the house and at
thu niuvc Tho funeral pincesslon
was ono of tho longest seen Ir Wul
luku for many a da, Japanese and
Chinese fi lends of the deceased Join
ing In the last sad pt'.cesslnu to tho
ginve iik a token of the high esteem
In which ,tho deceased was held by
TEL. 339 them
House, eight rooms, with modern con
veniences; pleasant grounds. In
Piinahou District, convenient to car
linos. Enquire W. C Wocdon. Stun
gcuwnld Illdg., or P. O. Ilox 6S8.
Large bouse on llcretnnla St. next
to Queen's Hospital; rent very,
cheap, W. W. Chamberlain, Judd
CAN HELP YOU
The sensation on tlio stock ex
change this forenoon Was n further
drop of brewery block, this tlmo to
(18 n share. Two hundred shares
wero bold at this price to F. A, Wick,
itt, who fuels assured that ho got 11
bargain. Another bunch of twcnty-flvo
shares was exchanged fur Oahu stock
at a simitar valuation. This Is thu
Ilrsl time Hint brewery has sold be
low par, and it has been ns high us
$28. Many of those who aro selling
nro peoplu who, under tho present ugl
tiitlou against liquor, do not ulsh to
havo their names on the Block hooks
of Iho brevcry.
BARRY "HOSPITAL CORPS
(Special to The II u I lot in)
Wnlluku, Maul, April 10. Ser
geant Harry of the Hospltul Corpi
has done considerable good, to tho
Wnlluku Hospital Corps attached to
Companj I, First Infantry of Ha
wall. Tho Corps, in command of
First Lieutenant Dr. It. II. Dlnegnr,
spent two lights cumplug 011 the res
ervoir grounds, lao, Sunday and
Monday nights. Tents weto pitched
to accommodate the olucers. and lit
teen membeiH. The Corps was Join
ed bvk Captain W. K. HalV command
on Mondaj evening,, nnd tho boyi
had leal camp life. Aiming thosj
who called at Camp Harry on Mop.
dny night wero Hon. and Mrs. A. (I.
M. ItnbciUon, Mr. and Mrs. W. T.
Itoblufcou. Mih. R. II. Dlnegnr, Mrs.
and MIsb Hal. Mrs V. II. Hart, and
others The vlsltois were taken
around the vailous quarters, espo
dally the comiulBsary depaitment, In
charge of Sergeant L II. Hart.
Vrlyntn Decker was, Incapacitated
for a while and the ii)nn-liiul practi
cal leisons In attending 'to the i.lcl.
Furnished cottages and housekecp-
ing rooms; gas stoves; J12 to S2fi,
F. H. King, Cottage Grov6, King
Furnished cottage at tho bench, op
polto tho' switch near tho bridge.
Apply an premises or L. II. Kerr fc
King Street, Ewa of Fishmarket.
DRY G00OS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Furnished or unfurnished room!
with or without board. Call
Ef WING CHONG CO.
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattreisci.
The Arlington, Hotel
All kinds of KOA and
FURNITURE Made To
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Advertisements Under this Heading Tmnrnul nnd Mmtern SUGAR MA.
One Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad- CHINERY of every capacity and de
tJ2 r.mnEta " "ription de to order. Boiler work
MUty M1IU1UI 4 4AA4U 1VI HWBMU.
On Friday morning on King street purposes a specialty. Particular at
between llethel street and rnllwav tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
dopot, n lady's gold watch. Finder ,pairs executed at shortest notice.
will rercUe sultnlilo reward on ro-. " " """ " " "
turn to this office. 3U74-U C O 7i 1 W I
Sunday; gold locket Initialed A. N.
F., and containing picture. Re
ward at this office. 3909-lw
Advertisements Under this Headlna
One Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad
vertisements Inserted for Less Than
A pair of corsets, bought at Thiers'
March 12. May be bad at this (If
lice by paying for this ml.
In linlnnin nll.whltp. tt-mnnthfl-nlil I y. 1
fox-terrier; cut tall; green leather Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
. collar. Howard if mturnod to this .ncture .Eraming. a. Specialty.
offlca- 391Mtj 503.S. BERETANIA ST.
Iiene Finlay of Lilliputian Co. lost TELEPHONE 487.
Ti-dnllar gold-piece In calabash.
Finder return to this office.
Fi S. Naami,
Kodak Developing, Printing, En
larging and Interior Photo
graphing. HOTEL ST.. bet. Nuuann & Bethel.
You Want Elect io Wiring Done or
Private Telephone Installed or Dry
Batteries, call the
' UNION ELrCTRIO CO,.
CO Beretania St. Phone 315.-,-,