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PIANO AND ORGAN.
Jas. Sheridan, Hotel and Alakea St.,
or Hawaiian News Co. I'lanos ana
Organs tuned and repaired. Also a
One assortment of second-hand pi
anos, organs, and Aeolian organs
for sale. Come and see them.
Woven Wire Mattresses rtuaired at
the Factory Honolulu Wlrs Bed
Co., 12C0 Alapal SL Telephone
Yee 8lnj Kee Plumber and Tinsmith,
Smith St.. bet. Hotel and Pauahl.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
We have several applicants who
want to buy houses in Makiki with
two or three bedrooms. Above Wil
der Avenue preferred.
If yours is for sale we may be able
to do something for you.
924 BETHEL STREET.
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-story
house and furniture, at a bargain.
Hawaiian Office Specialty
931 Fort St
Beretania, Alakea. and Union.
NANIWA & COV
Alakea and Merchant Sts., Magoon
Bldg.; P. 0. Box 775; Tel. 327.
For Expert Repairs on Blcyr.le, Mo
torcycle, Automobiles, eto call on
J. B. Santos,
Back of Peter's,
PHONE 361. UNION ST.
R. MIYATA & CO.,
CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS, PAIN
TERS, PAPER HANGERS and
Second Hand Lumber, Doors and
Sashes Bought and Sold.
JU3W ST.. PALAMA JUNCTION.
fM BULLETIN ACS. PAY -SJ
L. de L. Ward. Accountant, hat re
opened his oluce on Fort street
above the Hawaii Photo and Art
Shinshinva Hotel, A. Oura, Mgr.. Iwi
lei Rd. nr. King: Phone ATS.
For house-help, phone White 2891, Ms
klkl. Oeneral Employment Office
oop Ponnnrnls nun 1r"tnnlK
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 & CG.,
at the automobiles, buggies and car
riages we have recently overhauled
s ' THEN SEE US.
W, W. Wright Go,
King Street near South
P. L. PETERS
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale importer and Jibber
TORT and'QUCEN T
manufactured from )Ur dlstllltd wa
ter. ollvrd to any part of elty by
OAHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. TtUphon 523
BOOT and SHOE MANUFACTURER
By the Latest Improved Machines.
Men's soles, 75 cents (sewed) ;
Men's Heels, 25 cents.
Repairing Neatly Bone.
Corner King and River Sts,
Sanitary Steam Laundry
Branch: TERRITORIAL MESSEN
OER SERVICE. ' PHONE 361
FOUR COCKER SPANIELS. Thor
ouhbred supples ; can be seen at the
Veterinary Infirmary of
A. R. Row 9 V.S.
At Short Notice and Quick Delivery.
EAGLE DYEING AND
Fort Street.' Phone 575.
OF ALL KINDS.
PEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN ft ROBINSON,
Queen Street :: :: :: Honolulu.
At AU Watohdealert.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KING Sts., Honolulu
AND OTHER PIANOS. ,
THAYER PIANO CO.
1EG HOTEL STREET.
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WHAT ROOSEVELT SAYS
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WASHINGTON', 1). C, Juno it
it 18. lmntedlately upon re- it
it cclvlng the nowH of tho noinlna- it
it tlon of Secrelary Taft for the it
it Presidency, President Hooscvolt it
"I feel that the country Is 111- it
it deed to bo congratulated upon
it the nomination of Mr. Tuft. I it
X- hao known him Intimately for it
it ninny years, and have n pecullnr .'
H feeling for him, because", it
it throughout that time, we have it
it worked for the same object, -
it with the same purpose and it
it Ideals. I do not belleva thcie it
it can be found In tho whole conn- it
?' m .. ...i... ... t1 I .l.tr.,1 ... l.n
it President. He Is not only ubso- it
lutely fearless, absolutely tllslu- it
it tcrcstcd and upright, but he has it
it tho widest acquaintance with it
it tho nation's needs nnd thoughts it
it and Is In the broadest Bjmpa- it
it thles with ull our citizens. He it
it would be as emphatically Pres- it
it Ident ot tho plain people as it
Lincoln, yet not Lincoln himself it
X- would be' freer from tho leaBt it
it taint of demagogy, tho least H
tendency to arouse or appeal to it
it class hatred' of any kind, Ha it
it has a peculiar and Intimate it
it knowledge of and sympathy it
it with tho needs of all our people it
it of tho 'farmer, of the wago- it
it worker, of the business man, of it
it tire property owner. No mutter it
it what his creed, his color or the
it section of the country from tl
it which he comes, If he Is an mm- it
!t est, hard-working man, who it
X- tries to do his duty toward his
it neighbor nnd toward the coun- it
it try, ho can rest assured that he it
it will have In Mr. Tuft the most it
it upright representative and the it
it most flawless ot champions, it
it Mr. Taft stands against prlvl-
it lege, nnd stands pre-eminently it
it for tho broad principles of .'.'
it American citizenship, which lie it
it at the foundation of our Nation- it
?.' nl well-being." it
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Walk and Eikmtid Almost Ready
to Sumtitr and Ceue FlgMlog
tht Bittli of Life.
If your blood
poorly and your
weak; if you
with stomach, out
of order, and have
muscles, and you find your day's
duties almost 'too much for you
then there is help for you in
It will-arouse the digestive glands
to moro activity, will purify your
blood, help you to refreshing
sleep, and g(va renewed forco,
tone, and strength to your system
in general. Aycr'a Sarsaparilla has
benefited man thousands of tired
and discouraged peoplo and will
surely benefit you.
As now malc,Aucr'a Harsa
parllla conUtliu no alcohol.
De euro you not "AYER'S."
tntvi i Dr. 1. C Air ttCa , 'twill, Hut., U.S.A.
i7s:sr:i.ui t&ntfitrtotiruuUTh ,
We have investigated the claims
and merits of all cold-water calci
mines hundreds of them and "we
have found that for durability, con
venience, and hygienic properties.
Excels All Others
Fresh Every Morning at
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FORAKER IS LOYAL
it it it ii it ii it -X- it ii ;
it it H H it
ii WASHINGTON, 1). C, June
it 18. "Until tho convention ii
it made a nomination, every He- it
il publlcnn had a right to have it
X his choice," snld Senator Torn- it
it ker tonight, nftcr hcnrlng of it
it tho nomination of Secretary it
H Tuft for the Presidency, "but it
ii now It Is no longer a question ft
it of men, but a question of pur- ''.'I
In this way Secretary Taft
it becomes my candidate for the i.
ii Presidency, and while, under
it all (ho circumstances, I can pro- it
it bnbly do but little, yet I tshnll it
ii do all to help elect him. He- !t
it publicans will now quit qunirel- it
ling turning themselves, and it
turn all their guns on the com- it
mon enemy." it
it it it it it it it ii it ii ii ii ii ii it it
HOW TIME HAS CHANGED
(Continued from Page 10)
Democrats first learned tu bolt their
party ticket. Previous tu that time,
Ijoltlntr In tile Dcmocrntlc party wits
a paitlsuu oftense which required a
lifetime of repentance nnd good
works. The strongest Democrats
originated the bolt nnd their exam
pie was 'followed by the weaker one
In subsequent enrs.
The Republican party was known
to be. Invincible In 1900. The oppo
sition wns a matter of form. There
had been four years of McKlnley
prosperity nnd tho country wanted
four years more. In 1900, nt Phila
delphia, Mark Hunnu was there ami
made the best speech calling the con
vention to order that was ever made
In a convention under Ilka circum
stances, said when he directed the
niarchlng columns, with tholr wav
ing banners nnd plumes around tho
convention hall, there was genuine
enthusiasm. At that convention.
against his will, was selected Roose
velt for Vice President, and the wa)s
of time nnd circumstance could not
have been more eventful It a special
Providence linci been directing, them.
Iloltlng tickets, changes In plat
forms, changes In nominees, changes
In circumstances nnd changes In the
condition of the country, led up to
tho middle ot tho first Itoosevelt Ad
ministration, and since that time tho
country has been going at the pace
of a Mississippi river Hood In spring
time. Now we are hero to ennct
great things ngnln, nnd It would bo
ii wlso prophet who could foretell
what tho fato of Taft 'will be after
Lhls four years In.the Presidency. We
shall not know the futtue today or
The Vice Presidency
ine convention meets on rues-
day, and nobody yet knows or dares
to guess who tho nominee for Vice
President will be. Thero Is talk of
Fairbanks, Dolllvcr, llovcrldge. Set It
f.Low, nnd ono or two others. It has
been suggested that Senntor Knox
will bo an Ideal candidate, but the
Pennsylvnnlans scorn second place.
They prefer to march awuy again In
defoat. Political history dates from
1S9C as far as the present generation
Is concerned. Nearly all of the Dem
ocratic characters in the Ilrynn Chi
cago' convention ot that. eur aro
dead also. Dick Illahd of Missouri
was a Democratic possibility nnd his
marching hosts were thero dressed In
white and his hands plnjed "Dixie."
"Dixie" was still the Democratic
tuno In 189C whllu the party was
being swallowed up by populism. Civ
il War marching tunes ure almost n
lost art lit national conventions at the
present time. Dick Illand Is dead,
Altgeld Is dead; In fact death has
been as destructive among tho promi
nent actors In tho Democratic con
vention of 189C as in the Republican
ranks pertaining to tho same year.
This ,ycnr the Democrats go to Den
ver. Denver was unthought of as a
convention city In 1890. llryau,
alone, of tho Dcmoprntld wnrhorscs
of twelve years ago, survives. All
othor Democratic leaders ot that year
are either dead or forgotten. Only
yesterday tho dispatches stated that
David II. Hilt would not bo at Den
ver, but was about to Ball for his
first trip to Ilurope. Orover Clove
lund is retired nnd has lately been
III, and there will bo no one nt Den
ver who has nsserted without- apol
ogy or further explanation, "I am a
CATHOLIC SCHOOL CLOSING
(Special to the llulletln)
Walluku, Maul, June 20. The
closing exercises ot the Walluku
Catholic private schools took place
this week. The boys had theirs last
Tuesday, while tho glris closed Thurs
day afternoon. Doth events were
crowded with the parents, relatives
of tho pupils, und friends of tho In
rtltutlon. Tho pupils showed marked
progress, especially In the musical de
partment, and tills Is u proof ot the
painstaking carg that the DrotherB
and Sisters are devoting their llfo
for the advancement nnd betterment
ot tho great admixture of nationali
ties In the schools of Hawaii.
asr- BULLETIN AD8. PAY "
A Skin of Beaut'y is a Joy Forever
R. T. FELIX OOURAUD'S ORIENTAL
CREAM OR MAGICAL IIEAUTIFIER
JUninTfi Tan, fMtnplts
Wctkk-, Mnthj lile!its
lUsb, and tllti ltf.
ftnri tvtrr MfmUti
ri baiitr, untitle
ifn BcivciH n it
ii stood tli Itit
of w yeiri, &!
I la firmt'. l
list It U tXirtll
Itit cf iimliir
Dtnif Dr. 1 A
Sirre fA to
Ul of tht Lat
I'tl i pltlfOtt'
A roa lliti
will u them.
.jttVimr.rrTm;intirt '.imruur iu
UiiuJi l)(Alctl In tlit Unite J SUtr. CandA ftbd KuroH.
rER0.T.K0PUI4S, Pp. 37 Gieat J-ne S'reei. NnTaiL
June 30, 1908
W. D. Adams presents, under the
direction of Harold Basset,
in gems from
Seats on sale at Wall, Nichols Co.,
Ltd., 75c, $1.00, $1.50.
J. C. COII13N and
OF3RAI.D It. MIMM3Y
Present the Favorite Actor
Mr. Richard Buhler
And The Incomparable
FRANK E. MONTGOMERY,
MISS MAE KEANE
and VIRGINIA THORNTON
Soldiers of Fortune
"BROWNS IN TOWN"
Change of play Monday and Thurs
day. Matinee Wednesday and Sat'
SPECIALTIES EACH EVENING.
Seats now on sale.
Muumuu Sale and
AT HAALELEA LAWN
OK SATURDAY, JUNE 27, 1908,
BEGINS AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
Muumuus of allcolors, ancient and
modern styles, are the coming substi
tute for Kimonos.
' Admission, 25c. Lunch, 50c. Tick
ets at the gate.
HOTEL AND BETHEL STREETS.
New Moving Pictures
Introducing Famous Subjects Never
Before Shown Here.
TONIGHT ! TONIGHT 1
ENTIRE CHANGE EVERY MONDAY
TUESDAY and FRIDAY.
Admission 10 cents
Children 5 cents
SATURDAY. JUNE 27,
KAMS. vs. ST. LOUIS
DIAMOND HEADS vs. PUNS.
Reserved Seats Grandstand 25c extra
ALAKEA tfnd RICHARDS STS.
QUEEN and HALEKAUWILA STS.
Wrestling, etc., etc.
SATURDAY -EVE, JUNE 20, 1008.
cK? K5Cif fS
n.ii "f-w mn
I W A N T S
TCent a Word
Advertisements Under this Heading
One Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad-j
vertisements Inserted for Less Than
Hill Clerk and Assistant llool.keepcr.
Addiess In own handwriting P. O.
llox U'G, Honolulu. 40UT-2t
A oung man, between 1C and 20,
for permanent position. Address
"O. O. P.," Dullctln. 4000-tf
A furnished house, three or more bed
rooms, by good tenant. Address
"II. D.," this olllcc.
Ilookkccpcr for plantation store; sal
ary $7C per month. Apply "X.,"
HiIh office. 4034-tt
(lentlcmnn keeping house desires
gentleman boarder. Address "13."
Chickens, pullets, cockerels, or en
tire Hocks; will pay cash. Call
up Tel. S90. 4029-tf
Pianist and two ushers. Must bo
over IT )ears ot age. Apply Art
tnP desk; must be
till Afla "1. 1 " Hila
reasonable. Addiess "L.P.," this
second-hand showcase, about 6x2x1
feet. Address with price "P.," this
A second hnnd tent. Address, stating
size nnd terms. "Tent," Rullotln
A furnished cottage from July 10th,
01e,an wiping rags at tho Bulletin ot
Furnished cottage, 250 ft. elevation,
flno marine, view; piano; modern
plumbing; gas stove; near car lino
and only twelve minutes' walk
from town. Apply "O. A. M.,"
llulletln office. 4021-tf
Houeo, eight rooms, with modern con
veniences; pleasant grounds. In
Punnhou District, convenient to car
lines. Enquire W. C. Weedon.'stan
genwald Utdg , or P. O. Ilox GS8.
Neat Hlvroitm cottage, 1907 Young
street, near Artesian. Klvctrlc
lights, gas, mofqulto-proof. Vacant
Juno 20th. Apply to J, II. Cum
mlngs, 1837, College street. It
Large house on Ucretanla St. next
to Queen's Hospital; rent very
cheap. W. W, Chamberlain, Judd
Kurnlshcd cottage ut the beach, op
posite the switch near the bridge.
Apply on premises or L. U. Kerr &
Co. 39R1 tt
Six-room model u hotiso, electric
lights, gas, mosiiulto proof. In
quire nt 1337 Pensuiola St,
furnished cottnge and house-keep-
tnt- rnntna A.mlv PnOnfA flrni'A
KI1B st. 401S-U
Arlington Hotel, Strictly KIrst-Class
Itooms with hot and cold baths. I
2iii iioiei ot. lusu-im
IlraBs hub-cap. Iteturne to Assoclat-
- cd Garage. Iteward. 4015-tf
ALWAYS ON HAND,
FRESH BUTTER AND CHEESE.
Sam Wo Meat Co.,
5SSSSSfcw.J?L 288iHOTEL STREET NEAR FORT
.WW -. , -J,VM
Auto for Hire
MANUEL REIS. Call up at any
time by telephone any one of these
1 numbers: 290, 200, 1097.
jCent a Word.
Advertisements Under this Heading
One Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad
vertlsementi Inserted for Less Than
A nluablu tullcctlun of Btaiups. This
colectlon is tho property ot th
widow ot tho lato II. W. llowen,
nnd Is the result of his effort la
many years of labor: they cau b
seen at the Ilawutlan News Co.,
Young building. 3911-tt
1'Tta :or-7eti lot lu Makiki. Curbloa;,
water, fruit and ornamental tree
and all Improvements Two min
utes' walk frotn cars and Punaho
College. Address R. F.. this office.
Cheap OJilsmobllo runabout; first
class running order. Apply Dr.
W. T. Monsarrat. 4017-tt
24 White Leghorn hens and roosters.
Must reduce, slorl;. Apply 1941
King St nr. McCully. 4033 tf
134 Beretania near Fort St
1929 KALAKAUA AVENUE.
CHAS. R. ROE
PATENTS Applied For
GENERAL BUSINESS MAN
III teen tiA (or over 8IXTY
YUAKS br MILLIONS ot Koth.n
UNO, with perfect racceu. IT
bOOTIIbS tho CHILp. 601TENS
th OUMS, ALLAYS all pain,
CURES WlKD COLIC ana Itiha
belt remedy for DIAKKIIUSA. Bold
by Drugfcltt In every part ot tho
world, ua aara and oik for lira.
pa Window's Bootlilnfr Sympand taca
3 bo cither Und. as ctita a Bottli.
F. 8. Nagami,
Kodak Developing, Printing, En
larging and Interior Photo
graphing. HOTEL ST. bet. Nuuanu ft BetheL
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
563 S. BERETANIA ST.
Of All- Kinds And Description At
SEE OUR DISPLAY.
Emma St. near Beretania..
PAINTING, PAPERHANGING AND
General Jobbing A Specialty.
Dealers in Wall Paper,' Paints. Oils,
Etc. P. 0. Box 914. 221 No. King
St., opp. Aala Park. W. B, Kam, mgr.
o AT o
THE CHOICEST STEAKS
THE FINEST CUTLETS
Tamales, Enchiladas, Spare Ribs.
THE MANHATTAN CAFE,
Fort near Hotel. V)
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