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EVENING nULLEYIN, HONOLULU, T. II.. Kill DAY, JUNK. 12, 1008
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PIANO AND OROAN.
Jm. Sheridan, Hotel and Alakca SU.,
nr Hawaiian News Co. Pianos anil
Organs tuned timl repaired. Also a
flno assortment of second-hand pi
nnos, organs, mid Aeollnn organs
for sale. Corno nnd sco them.
Woven Wiro Mattresses repaired at
tho Knctory Honolulu vlre Bed
Co., 1200 Alapal at. Telephone
Yee Sing Ket Plumber and Tinsmith,
Smith St.. bat. Hotel nnd Pauahl.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256.
Bulletin Editorial Boom Phone 185.
Completely Furnished Houses For
Rent For Summer Months.
12 large bedrooms, living room,
dining room, bath, &c. Use of
rowboat. $30.00 per month.
2 4 bedrooms, largo living room,
bath, &c. Entirely mosquito
proof. Good bathing. Yard
boy thrown in. $40.00 per
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
924 Bethel Street,
137 MERCHANT STREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
IN KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION
and otber 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
' 931 Fort St,
Fresh, whclcsome, and of every1
Beretania, Al&kea, and Union.
NANIWA & CO,
Alakea and Merchant Sts., Magoon
Bide.; ? 0. Box 775; Tel. 327.
For Expert Repatra on Blcyr.le, Mo
torcycle, Automobile., etc, call on
J. B, Santos,
Back of Peter'a,
PHONE 361. UNION 8T.
R. MIYATA & CO.,
CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS, PAIN-
TERS, PAPER HANGERS and
Second Hand Lumber, Doors and
Sashes Bought and Sold.
JU2U ST.. PALAMA JUNCTION.
Mr- BULLETIN ACS. PAY -"
I. de I. Ward, Accountant, has re
opened his ofllce on Fort street,
above the Hawaii Photo and Art
Shinahinya Hotel, A Oura, Met., Iwi
lei ltd. lir. King; l'hone 373.
For houie-halp, phone White 2891, Ma
klkl. General Employment Office,
ror Pnnancola nnn Tierotnnla.
Umbrellas re-covered. T. Takata.
Fort St. near Kukul.
BULLETIN ADS. PAY
Sweet Violet Butter
The Best Made.
2 Lbs. for 75c
C. Q. YEE HOP & CO.,
at the automobiles, buggies and car
riages we have recently overhauled
THEN SEE US.
W. W. Wright Go,
King Street near South
V NOTARY PUBLIC
BULLETIN OFFICE. .
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholtnait iwporttra and Jobbart
AMERICAN DRY GOOD
"ORT and QUEEN art
manufactured from aura distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
OAHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone 528
BOOT and SHOE MAHirPAnTrrnvn
By the Latest Improved Machines.
mens soies, to cents (sewed);
Men's Heels, 25 cents.
Pepairing Neatly Pone.
Corner King and River SU,
Sanitary Steam Laundry
Branch: TERRITORIAL MESSEN
GER SERVICE: PHONE 381
FOUR COCKER SPANIELS. Thor
oughbred puppies, can be seen at the
veterinary Infirmary of
A. R. Rowat, D.V.S.
At Short Notice and Quick Delivery,
EAGLE DYEINQ AND
Fort Street. Phone 676,
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Queen Street i: :: :: Honolulu.
At All Watchdealen.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor, FORT and KINO Sts.. Honolulu
AINU UlliliH riANUa.
THAYER PIANO CO.
1G0 HOTEL STREET.
An lotMlatlon for
CreaoUnt la a Boon to Asthmatic.
Lom It not swm nwf flertlve to btMthf In m
Tmf for dltai of th brwHbln oriini Ibtk
to Uk th rtmalj Into Ibe ptonuch?
C'rcnolrnc eiiw twiwi tha all's rjnaera
ttroncl untlavpUc, U crriM tmr the diwaitd
Ottawa Ksitb every brtttb, (tflnir proloBtftd Md
coruUnt Irtatmant. U U InTftluabM to caolbert
witU mall cI.IWim.
ThoM of Con
will Had tmndnan rt4 W
front ConipM ot In flam t4
CooiUUon of t IhrrmU
fend roMl for d
MJ Kullon HtrML
& Manufacturing Co.
1053 SUTTER STREET
LARGE ASSORTMENT OP INTE
RIOR AND EXTERIOR
DECORATIONS, Wholesale & Retail.
If you arc going to decorate your
place of business, we have the most
complete line of FLAGS and DECOR
ATIONS ever exhibited in San Fran
cisco. All our designs are new and
exclusive. Painted in Oil and guar
anteed fast colon. Our Prices arc
within the reach of all. We invite
your inspection, and you will be
We furnish ESTIMATES FREE for
Interior and Exterior Decorations.
Our contracts call for putting up and
taking down at your pleasure. It. is
not too early to plan now. If you de
sire to do your own decorating we
can furnish you with the material
whereby you can be your own decor
ator. S. SADLER, Manager.
Mr. SADLER will arrive in Hono
lulu shortly and will be pre
pared to furnish estimates for all
kinds of decorative work.
WINT0N, CADILLAC, FRANKLIN,
FIERCE-ARROW and CAMERA
TOURING CARS and RUNABOUTS,
EDGEWORTH and QBOID Tobaccos
The only two good smoking
Tobaccos in the Market.
and MYRTLE CIGAR STORE.
All kinds in rolls and sheets.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN PAPER &
SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen Sts., Honolulu.
Tel. 410. George G. Guild, Gen. Mgr.
KINO ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc., Etc. All kinds of KOA and
MISSION FURNITURE Made To
and cloth of A-l quality can be pur
chased from '
P. 0. Bos 081. Telephone 931.
Yon Wnnt Elctr-ln Wirino. Ttnnn nr
rnvate ieiepnonfi installed or Dry!
oauenes, can me
UNION ELTCTBIC CO.,
69 Beretania St Phone 315,
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
ccription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re-
pain executed at snprtest notice.
Don't fail to profit by the Spcoial
Dispensation now in force.
HARRISON MUTUAL ASSOCIATION
BERETANIA NEAR FORT
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by the
v Ith their new FRENCH dry cleaning
26? Oeratanla 8L . Phone 1491.
Elaborate Services And
Tho state funcml of thu lato I'rlnco
I David Knwauaknn will lake place un
Rimdny, Julio the Zlst, with Colonel
laukca as mnrnhnl This wax decided
at a meeting of tho Flawiillau societies
with Attorney Krunk E. Thompson
last Wednesday, Miss Peabody, on
behalf of the women societies, offered
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uii'ii iviiiiiiKiiln iu lunv jiui i ill iiiu
Tho Manchuria will arrhc hpru on
tho 15th Inst, with tho remains of the
Into I'rlnco nnd n Riianl of honor will
meet the vessel at tho wharf and cs-
coit tho remains to tho home on Pen
pacoln street, whcio they will remain
for Eomo time. AlthouRli It was re
ported that the remains of the I'rlnco
will bo removed to tho throne room,
where It will Ho In state, It Is doubt'
ful whether this will Ip done. Her
hi u Jest y the Queen lias, not hid occa
sion to consult with the widowed
Princess Kawnuanakoa nud unless
r.ueh conference has been hail, It Is
hardly imxMhlo that the tin one loom
wltl bo used Secretary Mott-Smlth, It
Is true, has offered tho throne room
for stale auspices, but no definite deci
sion has been reached by tboso In
charge of the remains' of the late
The Catholic Bishop will conduct
the services, after which thu, funeral
procession wltl bo marshalled by Shor
Iff laukea. litirlal will be In the Hoy
al mausoleum. Kahilis nnd catafalque
will he used in tho funeral as Is cus
tomary In the dayH of the monarchy.
Tho cortcgo will form In front of
the Capitol grounds, from which It
wjll march up to the I!onl mauso
leum, drawn, It Is said, by tho Poolas.
In tho procession will be carrlaRes for
tho mourners, tho Bishop of Zeugma,
tho Territorial Executive, tho JudKCJ
of thu, Supremo Court and other hich
ninclals, Including tho consular repre
sentatives. Tho Nntlonnl Ouard com
panies of this city, a detachment from
l'ort Shatter, tho marines, tho band,
Iho fraternal orsanlintjons anil the
Hawaiian societies arc expecteu to
Knmehnmeha Day was generally
obsorved yesterday. At S o'clock in
the morning the Kamciiimchni Ixxlgo
turned out as n body and marched up
to the Judiciary groand where the
members decorated the statue of Ka-
mchanieha the Great. A short nnd
Impressive ceremony was hold. Chjis.
Itose delivered an cjocucnt speech
antl the ceremony ended with the
singing of "Hawaii l'onol."
Threo hundred Sunday school chil
dren gathered at the County llencli
1'nrk at Walklkl nnd "engaged In
sports unci bathing. Somo of the
Knmchnmehn Iok were there nnd
enjoyed themselves Immensely.
Tho graduating clnm of O.ihu Col
lege, tho teachers, and tho Normal
School teachers and students. Includ
ing n few Kamchanii'ha teachers,
wero cntcrtulued at breakfusl ut 9
o'clock at the home of Mr. Lyman
beond Diamond Head. ,
Tho Knllhl people watched the en
noo races which took placo yesterday
It) Knllhl harbor, Tho luati was
largoly .attended, nnd nveryono who
attended came uway greatly satis
fied. Tho Country Club was visited by
many 'during tho day, somo playing
goK nnd others Indulging In other
sportR. The club-house was open to
visitors. ' I
Tho Central Union Sunday school
enthusiasts gathered on Punnhou
campus, plcnlrlng and passing tho
tlmo with sports and athletic games.
The membcts of tho Portuguese
Sunday school whllod away their
tlmo pleasantly at the Peninsula. J.
I). Marques was In charge, of thu
Ai( Ideal day, nnd a most onjoynblo
Kuiuehaniuha Day picnic wiih cele
brated nt tho peninsula homu of V.
V. Hall by tho Christian church con
Tho 250 merrymakers Indulged In
games of al sorts .with racing and
baseball Included. Toot races worn
run by tho youngest to tho oldest of
both soxes. Tho prizes glon to tho
winners woro well worth thu run, tho
most unique -of these was a Hawaiian
Jiula-ilpll for tho prcacJic;rB' nnd dea
cons' race, which was won by Deacon
Tlieio wero plenty of eatables and
nothing was lacking for tho enjoyment
of thu day.
K PAS8EN8ERS BOOKED
Per ctmr. Clatidlno. Ilennott, for
Maul nnd Hawaii. Juno 12, S p. m.-"
V. Williamson. 'Thus, llouuia, Mlts
Molllu Hong. Miss K. Plllwnle, II. T.
Ilmdoilck, W. L. Wliltnoy, Mrs. W. II.
Scott, Mrs. It. L. Wilcox, Mrs. P. C.
rirclo mid child, Miss Frances Raker,
Miss IMIth Keuls, lMillo Akal, Jcnnlo
Nua, A. V. Pelurs. John C. Moore,
Miss White, "tov. I), W. K. White,
John Gibson, Miss I.oiiIm' Robinson,
Miss It. Annum. II. M. (llttel, A. J.
Sptt7er, IMdlo Kahnkuoliiiiu, Geo, Ka
lima, LduIb Nakana and 2 children,
RlUa Nnlnna, Y. Amny, W. T. Colo,
wlfu mid child.
Great Arch Of 'Fruits
And Flowers Will
The Decoration Committee for tho
Atlantic Fleet met this noon nt tho
ofllco of J. V. "Morgan and discussed
thd form and manner of lavishly dec
ornting nnd beautifying the main
streets of Honolulu In honor of the
grcnt nrmnda. A great arch will be
erected nt the Junction of King nnd
Ko(t streets. The decorations will bo
local products, consisting of pineap
ples, tnros, sugar cane, oranges, hud
various other tropical fruits. The
word Aloha, which will be placed nt
the center of the nrch. will bo made
of real fruits and evergreens. A
rough sketch of the nrch was exhib
ited by Geo. W. It. King nnd nil the
members present expressed them
selves as satisfied with the plans laid
down by those In charge.
lust as noon as the money Is as
sured them by the Executive Commit
tee, posts will bo erected and lines
strung from post to post. Already
about 1000 pennants nre on hand and
600 more nro expected to bo at the
disposal of the committee. The (lags
which will ho used In decorating the
town will arrive from New York In n
few weeks, probably coming onr nn
Tho expense necessary for the enr
rylng on of tho work wns asked fo'r
by Col. Jones nt the mectlnc of the
Executive Committee this afternoon.
It Is the Intention of tho
Commlttco to decornte tio Custom
Ilotibo before tho I'lect arrives here,
nnd In this connection the following
letters were received from Collector
ODlco of the Sccrctnry
Washington, May 13, 190S.
Custodian, Custom House, Honolulu,
Sir: Ileplytng to your letter of
May 1, 1908, jou aro authorized to
uso your discretion rolatlvo to per
mitting tho building In your custody
to bo decorated during the stny of tho
Atlantic fleet In your port, with tho
understanding that tho Government
will not be Involved In any expense
In connection with the matter. ,Tho
draping of public buildings Is prohib
ited by Inw. "
(Signed) W. W. LUDLOW,
Port of Honolulu, Hawaii,
May 25, 1908.
Mr. Geo. W. ft. King, Secretary Deco
ration Committee, Honolulu, Ha
waii. Sir: Referring to your letter of
April 30, 19C8, relallvo to deeorntlng
the Honolulu Custom Houso during
tho stay of tho Atlantic Heel nt this
port, I transmit herewith a copy nt
Department letter dated May 13th rel
utlvu to this subject.
K. It. STACKAIll.K,
The Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar
Co. has gladdened tho hearts of Its'
stockholders by announcing that It
will rnlso Its dividend from 65 rents to
85 cents a share, thin to commence
In July. For about a month past this
move has been expected,1 and, ns a
matter of fact, with such confidence
thnt In anticipation thereof tho prtco
ot tho stock has risen from about 85
to 95 abked, at which It is now quot
ed. FINE EXERCISES 1
Fight bo)s graduated nt tho twenty-seventh
commencement of tho La
hnlnnhimi Seminary lust Tuesday, tho
flth. Tho attendance was not very
largo. Tho forenoon was taken up by
Mm literary uxeirlsvs and thu after
noon by gamrH and a big limu.
Principal McDonald did n splendid
work for the echool and tbo parents
nro exceedingly plcubed .with tho prog
ress of the bchools under his super
vision, Following was tho program:
Chorus "Lahnlualunn Hong".. School
Invocation Rev. S. Kapu
"Sweet and Low" .... Joseph Ilamby
lissay "Robert Iiuls Stovensou". .
Kssay "Lincoln" Kddlo 'Smytlio
"Stars of tho Summer Night" . ....
Kssay "Carpentry". Robert Keauminl
Kssay "Method In Dally Life" ....
"Greenback" Mandolin Club
Kssay "Agrlcultuio In tho Common
Schools" Ting Young
Kssay "Our Educational Progress"
, Abel Kauhalhau
"Glided Cage for Illrdlo" ..........
Kssay "Labor" .. David Kalawalanul
Kssay "Africa" William. Kabul
"Hunting Chorus" C. E. Lesllo
Address Ruv. S. Kapu
Presentation of Dlplnmus
., C. A. MacDouald
This ovonliig or tomoriow morning,
tho U. S. A. T. llilford, with Mrllrldo
aboard, nuglit to bo sighted. Hho
conies from Sail Frnnclsco.
I W A ;N T'S
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sr One 5v ys One
fCent'a Worcf JDent a Word-
WANTED P0R SALE
Advertlaamentt Und.r this Headlno
n Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad-
One Cent Per Word Each Day,
vertlsementa Inserted for Less Than
Situation ns bookkeeper or olllco
man; socn years' experience; can
gle references. Address "V. II.
II.," this office. 4025-St,
A joung man, between 16 and 20,
for permanent position. Address
G. O. P.," Bulletin. 4000-tt
To buy second-hand furniture. Will
call and let you know what we will
give. 'Phone 16CG. 4018-2W
Second-hand flat-top dosk; must bo
reasonable. Address "L.P.," this
A second-hand showcase, about 6x2x1
feet. Address with price "P.," thl
A second hnnd tent. Address, staling
site and terms. "Tent," Ilulletln
A horse three months for his keep.
Address P. O. II. 496. 4019-lw
Clean wiping ragB at tbo Uulletlif of
Advertisements Under this Heading
One Cent Par Word Each Day. No Ad
vertisements Inserted for Leas Than
Modern C-rnom cottage, Artesian and
Young Sts.; mosquito proof, gns.
. electric lights. Apply to J- II.
Cummlngrf, 1837 College St. '
A cottage at W'alklkl, furnished;
electric light and running water,
rate $10 per month. Apply Engi
neering Offlce, 1929 Ualakaua Av
enue, Chas. R. Itoe, Mechanical
Engineer, Designer, Draftsman,
Architect, Estimator, Patents .Ap
plied For, General Huslncss Man
and Workman; Genbrnl Jobbing
and Electrical Wiring nnd-Pliimb-Ing.
4017-Juno 1, 3, C, S) It, 13
The Trustees ot tho K. ut V. Hall of
fer rent, to Fraternal SoclMies,
their lodge room, on the following
evenings of each month? lpt and
2nd Saturdays, 1st and 2nd Tues
days, nnd the 2nd'nnd 4th Fridays.
House, olght rooms, with modern con
veniences; pleasant grounds. In
Punahoti District, convenient to car
lines. Enquire W, C. Wocdon. Stan
gonwald Dldg., or P. O. Uox C58.
Large house on Beretania St. next
to Queen's Hospital; rent very
cheap, W. W, Chamberlain, Judd
Furnished cottogo at the beach, op
posite tho switch near tho bridge.
Apply on premises or L. 1). Kerr At
Co. 3901 tr
Six-room modern houso, electric
lights, gns, ir.osriulto proof. In
qulro nt 13.17 Pensacola Si.
Furnished rottngo and houso-kcop-Ing
roums. Apply Cottnge Grove,
King St. 4018-tt
Arlington Hotel, Strictly First-Class
1109ms with hot uud cold baths.
215 Hotel St. 4020-1111
lllnck bag, name of owner on envel
ope In tamo. Reward on return
to this office. 402C-tt
Silver chtitelalu purso containing
money, etc. Reward on return to
llullefln Olllce. 4024-tf
Gold wntch with fob, on King street.
Return llulletlu offlce; reward.
Returne to Assoclnt
Tho Kaahumanus defeated) tlie AUI
olanls nt baseball on Mnklkt field
Wednesday byn score of 11 to 2. Tho
Kauliumnnus showed up well nil
around, tluro errors being credited
to them. Tho losers played n pro
portionately poor' gnine.
Advertisements Under tnla Heading
One Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad
vertisements inserted for Less man
A valuable collection of stamps. Tola
colectlon Is the property of the
widow of the lato 11. W. Dowcn,
and Is. the result of his effort la
many years of labor; they can ba
seen at the Hawaiian News Co.,
Young building. 3911-tt
Fins corner lot In Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and' all improvements. Two min
utes' walk from cars and Punaho
College. Addresa R. F.. ,thl offlca.
Cheap Oldsmobllo runabout; Ilrst
class running order. Apply D-.
V. T. Monsafrat. 4017.f
Cheap Rubber-tiro Frnzor runabout
In good condition. Apply to Dr.
M. E. Grossman. 4021-lw
5lx gentle saddle ponies, suitable for
children. Inquire J. L. Robertson,
One line Fisher piano; cnsli or In
stallments. Coyno Furniture Co.
Fir st-CIassFurniturc Store
134 Beretania near Fort St.
INO, with, .perfect tncceu. - IT
tOUTIIK Ua CHILD, bUrili.NS
the GUMB. ALLAYS all Min.
uuiu nuu iul.ii. anu is mo
tor Druffeltta la every part of tho
world.. Do iuro and ask for Mrs.
Wlmlow'a Booming-Srrupandtaka 2
no oihcr kind. 33CiataU. I
F. 8. Nagami,
Kodak Developing, Printing. En
larging and Interior Photo-'
graphing. , ,
HOTEL ST. bet. Nuuanu ft Bethel
8. SA1K1, '
I Bamboo Furniture Hade to. Order.
Picture Framing' a Specialty.
,663 3. BERETANIA ST.
TELEPHONE '497. '
"-mi i 1 ...!-. .1 .-1 1 1 aai .. 1.
Of All Xinds And Descriptions At
'Tteaionable Prices. " 5
SEE OUR DISPLAY.
Emma St. near Beretania
PAINTING:, PAPERHANQINQ AND
General Jobbing A Specialty.
Dealers in Wall Paper, Paints, Oils,
Etc. P, 0. Box-eii; 2?1 No. Xing
St., opp. Aala Park, W. B. Kam, mgr.
0 AT 0
,.A Roman's Exchange
HOTEL STREET, ft . . .NEAR FORT
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