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PIANO AND ORGAN.
7m. Sheridan, Hotel and Alakea Sts., I. de L. Ward, Aooounknt, hat re
or Hawaiian News Co. Pianos and opened bis oinco on Fort str..t,
Organs ti'.ned and repaired. Alto a
tluo assortment of scaond-hand pi-
anew, organs, nnd Aeolian organs
for site. Come nnd see tlietn. I
Woven Wire Mattresses rnaired at
the Factory Honolulu Vlre lied
Co., 1280 Alnjp.il St. Telephone
Vee Sing Kee Plumber and Tinsmith,
nmllh fit., bet. Hotel nnd Paunbl.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
Wc have several applicants who
want to buy houses in Makiki with
two or three bedrooms. Above Wil
der Avenue preferred.
If yo'jrs is for salo we may be able
to do something for you.
0U4 BETHEL STREET.
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
924 Bethel Street,
137 MERCHANT STREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
IN KAPIOLANI PARE ADDITION
and other desirable localities.
For Sale at a Bargain Premises
at Hnuula on the beach, a two-story
house and furniture, at a bargain.
Fresh, wholesome, and of every
Beretania, Alakea, and Union.
Believe in Lucky Numbers.
WE BELIEVE IN
Naturally! We know more about
PAINT than anything else. The
PAINT we use is rcla PAINT and put
on as Faint should be. We can with
pride point out to you the houses
painted by us.
IS KING ST.
Lucky Signs S-S-Signs.
R. MIYATA & CO.,
CONTRACTORS. BUILDERS, PAIN-
TERS, PAPER HANGERS and
Second Hand Lumber, Doors and
Cashes Bought and Sold.
m,J ST., PALAMA JUNCTIUfl
IS5 editorial rooms 350 busi
ness office. Those are the new tel
ephone numbers of the Bulletin office.
above tbe Hawaii Photo and Art
I Shfnshinva Hotel. A. Oura, Mrt., Iwi
I lei lid. nr. Kins; Phone 473.
For house-help, phont White ?G91, Ma
klkl. Qen.ral Employment Office
I rnr Penool .no nereUnla
Umbrellas made and re-covered. 0.
Mlzuta, Ft) ft near Kukul.
MT BULLETIN ADt. PAY -
P. L. PETERS
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale importers and Jobber
AMERICAN DRY OOOOt
OUT and CUKEH UT
manufactured from mire distilled wa
ter. Delivered ,to any part of elty by
OAHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone 621
BOOT and 8H0E MANUFACTURER
By the Latest Improved Machines.
Men's sales, 75 cents (sewed) ;
Men's Heels, 25 cents.
BeaairiBg Neatly Done.
Corner King and liver Sta,
Sanitary Steam Laundry
Branch: TERRITORIAL MFJMZN
GER SERVICE. PEONS 361
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUM1HR,
ALLBN & lOlINSOV.
Queen Street :: :: :: Honolulu.
At All Watohdealtn.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
Cor. FORT and KING SU Hoiolula.
tNU UiliKIl 1'IAXHUB.
THAYER PIANO CO.
IIS HOTEL STREET.
Sweet Violet Butter
The Best Made.
2 Lbs. for 75c
C. Q. YEE HOP & CO.,
EDGEWORTH and QBOID Tobaccos
The only two good smoking
Tobaccos in the Market.
and MYRTLE CIGAR STORE.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
icription made to order. Boiler work
and RITRTED PIPES for irrfgatio
purposes a specialty. Particular at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
pairs executed at shortest notice.
HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO., LTD.
Dealers in FERTILIZERS suitable
for all crops, climatio and soil con
ditions. OFFICE Brower Building, Hono
lulu; Tel. 272.
FACTORY at Iwilei; Tel. 430.
Midsummer Hats at
MISS POWER'S MILLINERY
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET
To Be Sold
Immediately nftcr the departure of
the great Fleet from Honolulu, the
lumlicr UFcd In the,. construction of
the il.incliif; pavilion nt tho Seaside
Hotel will he sold tit, auction. It was
derided In do this, regardless of "tho
coming of tho Pacific Fleet In Sep
tember liocnuie the floor would be
unfit entirely for dancing by that
time. There 111c about 12,000 feet of
good flooring which will be put up
for snip, and as this Is in very good
condition, having been used but .1
few times. It Is thought that n fair
price fcliouM be realized.
It litis been nrrnnged that nil the
lights on the Capitol nnd Alexander
Young Hotel uhall remain until tlio
I'nclflc Fleet urrlvos, but It Is not ccr-
aln what arrangements will bo mut'u
cgardlng the lights on the streets.
KILOHANAS TO GIVE
GOOD AMATEUR SHOW
In spite, of tho untoward fnlo
which has met amateur shows of Into
the Kilohnnn Art League Is getting
rendy n pioductlon which It will
stage this wecK, and It is confident,
In lew of tho excellence of tho hill
which It has to offer, Hint the show
will be n success from every point of
view, not only that of tho audience,
but from that of tho box otTtco as
Two short, bitlllnnt plays will ho
glcn, "Lady Kortuno" mid "Second
Thought," nnd the best amateur tal
ent which it was posslhlo to securo
will tnko part. Among tho actors
will be Dr. nnd Jlrs. llumphrts, Jns.
iVIIder, Miss Ella Wight, Mrs. Fred.
Wntcihouse, Miss do I'Artlgue, Mr.
Arnold, nnd ecrnl others. This cast
In connection with tho well-earned
icputntlon of the Art League of car
rying tho things which It undertakes
through with eclat should ho suffi
cient guai anteo to the public. Tho
performance will tnko place at tho
Opern House next Thursday evening.
Tickets tiro for salo at Wall, Nichols.
F. W. reuse, Inspector of Itcpnlis,
calls for a bid to supply tho United
States Leprosy Imcstlgntlnn station
At Knlnwno, Molokai, with tho follow
ing: Window mid door sills. transomt,
Etllcx, heads, stops, etc. A notice to
this effect Ik hung on tho door of tho
U. S. Marino Hospital Service, near
tho Custom House. Tho bid Is called
for July 22nld.
Lieut. Col. Houses, appointed a
member of tho Isthmian canal com
mission to succeed Jackhon II. Smith,
sailed froth Now York July K to tnko
charge of tho work of lock designing
on tho isthmus.
IN THE HEINZ F
There you have it ! The best relish made, in the only
perfectly sanitary can on the market.
This Superior Apple Butter is made in the HEINZ
WAY boiled down in good cider with pure spices from
fine, tart apples.
The HEINZ people wouldn'tt put such a superior article
in a can that might taint it; so they got' up the Sanitary
Can, which absolutely precludes all possibility of contami
nation, Ask Your Grocer for HEINZ APPLE BUTTER.
H. HACKFELD & CO., Limited
Jones bought his Victor months ago on the
easy payment plan.
Smith only got his yesterday and paid cash.
Today he r emarked to Jones :
"What a fool I was to lose those months of
music and fun! Sa. Jones, please kiok me."
Como nnd hear the
and usk about our easy
MUSIC CO., LTD.
HONOLULU, 7, n., TUESDAY, JULY
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forever
pR. T. FELIX GOURAUD'S ORIENTAL
XJ CREAM OR HAGIC1L BEAUTIFICR
RemoTM Tn, rimpHt,
trrrUtft, Moth 1'atchfi,
Rath, tnJ ala lHtfft,
ti'i vjktj mriuua
hM atoot ti (tot
tit ) Trrs b4
In no tWirixn w
felt of ilmllsr
hint. Pr, Ik A.
Slrrt Ikld to
Mf Af th bftQt.
ton (ft iOf.tt:
"A you Iftdlra
wul uli Ihtm.
llftMrnnn,a rim' ft! th Ifirt harmful of U Ul
UKf IffKltn In the UnMd SUten, cnR.lft to4 Enroot,
FimT.HOPKIKS, Ftcp., 37 Gieil Jonu Slrett, KewTotk.
COULDN'T GET THEIR
FRUIT OVER HERE
The following letter, which Is self
explnnntory, hns been received by W.
F. Dillingham, chairman of the Com
missary Committee for the Fleet. The
letter is printed, not ns n knock to
tho Intcr-Istnnd people, who kindly
furnished free transportation for tho
Hookupu, hut merely to bIiow tho
splendid spirit of tho men on tho
Island of Moloknl:
July 18th, 190S.
W. P. Dillingham, Chairman Com
Dear Sir: Tho donations offered
by the clttrens of Halawa ncl are ns
follows: S bags taro, 2 cases papain.
2 cases white pears, C bunches ba-
These donations wcro ready for
shipment, but tho trouble Is that tho
S. S. Mlkalinla did no't call for these
presents. When she passed by, wo
gave signals with flaga to call her In
our port for theso presents, hut In
Wo were nil disappointed and nlso
deeply sorry for this action by tho
officers of tho Mlknhaln. I have tried
nit means to send theso presents to
another port, which, I should say, Is
about 12 miles, hut hnvo failed.
Allow mo to say that tho citizens
who gavo these presents ns nn offer
ing to our Fleet nsk the kindness nt
jour Committee to glvo their aloha
nul loa to tho men of tho Fleet, Tho
donntlons wcro mndo by tho follow
M. II. Kane, 1 bng taro, 1 case pa
a. k. KCKanunn, 1 ting tnro, 1 caso
Miss Kmtnn Knne, 1 hag taio.
enso whlto pears.
Mrs. Iloo K. Clark, 1 hag tnro.
caho whlto pears.
L. K. Knnlounhl, 1 Img-tnrC:
H. Xahooplt, 1 bag taro.
D. Papawal, 1 hag tnro.
A. I'auolc, 1 bunch bananas.
It. W. Knmnkahl, I bunches ba-
8. P. Kalknla. 1 bag taro.
I remain, yours respectfully,
s. k. ki:kaiiuna.
The Wotkly Edition of the Zvtnlng
puusiin gives a complete summary .of
ins risws or ina day.
rag 9 3EJjQi
WIN. D. JHANEELEV
32d Degree of Mary Commandery,
Philadelphia, Recovers from
DurlnK conclave week In San Prancls
co, sir Knight Win. H. JInnecloy of 1904
N Spvcntfcnth street. Philadelphia, of
.Mary Comnwmlcry. called at the ofneo ot
the J no. J, Fulton Co. to report his ra
coiery. lie Ftated that he hail both Drlght's
Disease nnd Diabetes for ntno years and
hail Kotten so low lie could not speak for
n hiir hour nt a time, nnd had to bo put
In Ice packs. A lending phjslclan sent
nlni word thnt he had had several cases
n cover under a preparation mado In Cali
fornia rallul Fulton's Compound. Mancc
liy stnt for It. The third nlnht ho got
tho tlrst natural sleep In months and lm
protcment was then gradual but con
tinuous, until ho Is now tho picture ot
Among other well-known Phlladel
phtann nho had recovered ho mentioned
lllchard Filbert, Mrs. K. T. Snow of ISIS
Columbia avenue i also two residents of
K nslngton, whom ho told of It, also tho
wire ot 11 physician nnd several others.
.Masons will know how to approach Mr.
.Manfeley tq git tho. eternal truth as to
the Kirincness of till profound discovery.
Vvo nirnln nnnounrn tn thn wnrl.l flin
curability of cliomlo llrlght's Dlseaso nnd
iiiunu's in luuy aj per cent or nil cases.
WhMl to stlsnrrt nrlfrlit'it lvinn
vvmkness or loss of weight i puffy ankles,
hands or ejellds, dropsy; kidney troublo
nftcr tho third month: urlno may show
sediment; falling vision: drowsiness; one
or moro of thest. Honolulu DruB Co,
LETTER (IF THANKS
FROM BRO. DUTON
llrother Joseph Dutton of the Leuer
Settlement nt Moloknl has written a
totichingly Bincero letter to Hear Ad
miral Hperry and Governor Frear
telling of tho appreciation of tho peo
ple of tho loubly lslo for tho nrlvliccc
of vvntchliig tho fleet pass uy. Uruilici'
iiuttoii was tho 0110 who conceived tho
Idea of having the Fleet pass by closo
enough to Molokai that tho people
there could bco tho grand spectacle.
Ills letter follows:
Leper Settlement, Knlnvvao, Molokai,
July ,10, 1908..
For Hear Admiral Charles Stlllman
tfperry, In Oratitudo and Good
To Oovoruor W. F. Frear, Honolulu.
My Denr Sir: That sulendld Hoot
of United Stntes battleships coming
irum sau irancisco to Honolulu, turn
ing from tho big road, coming down
thu lano, passing In parade our front
yard along tho full extent of tho Mo
lokai Leper Settlement, under tho tow
ering roar wall, over two thousand
feet high, which Is flanked by majestic
headlands nnd backed by a reserve ot
mountains that aro much higher! Thus
precisely on time and In exact order,
with grave and serious movement, not
like tho cuto little steiimer that slicks
Its heels anil scatters tho dust, but
like u powerful warrior In battle ar
my cntuo the sixteen, this "around
tho world" patrol that Mr. Roosevelt
is sending In the namo of Undo Sam.
Theso sixteen battleships that havo
tho full confidence of America camo
down tho lano with u friendly nod and
passed 011, so dignified aud beautiful,
this early July morning. Tho weather
is favorable, everything Is, for this
wonderful vlslti this visit so exceed
ingly wonderful us to maku tho blood
tingle and tho heart grow warm. It
Ileitis to bring our Inherent patriotism
to tho surface. It makes us lovo our
whoio Navy every officer, overy sail
or. It makes us salutu Undo Sam
Very affectionately. It makes us bol
ter Americans. It is an object lesson
tq all Americans or otherwise
And may God bless over) 0110 who
has had oven a llttlo to do with bring
ing about this grcut pleasure.
Tho writer had that good fortmio to
think of, and to suggest that possibil
ity of such a visit. You havo been,
howover, as our discreet Governor, lh&
most actlvv In obtaining It. Surgeon
Qeneral Walter Wyman has helped,
also Hon. W. O. Smith, and tho Terri
torial Secrotary . A. Mott-Stnlth.
Without this good recommendation
tho proposition would hardly linvo suc
ceeded. Tho Interior Department and
tho Secretary ot tho Nuvy havo boon
very nice in forwarding tho matter, aud
for final action, Hear Admiral Sperry,
In command of tho fleet, has given
in ull this I am speaking for tho peo
ple of tho Leper Settlement. Mr. Wnl'
umatt, representing tho Hoard ot
Health in tho absence of Mr. MoVcIgh,
has asked mo to extend thanks to all
concerned In thu namo of uveryono
herb, of nil In thu leper asylum, a
placo having In It some suffering, it
cannot ho denied, but it Is tho homu
of sensible aud contented pe'oplo,
whoso lot has becomo after many
years of labor and Improemcut a con
years of labor and Improvement a con
having patience ns nead nurse, A
people also becoming butter acquaint
ed with oir Unclo Sum, and hotter sat
isfied to bo Americans.
Thus do I express tho most hearty
thanks. Personally it Is n gratitude
almost buyoud expression. Am tlilnK-
lng to myself, "Did ever onodeservo
so iiitiu anil get so mucin
Thoro has been everywhere In tho
Settlement, so far as I havo any knowl
edge, tho greutest possible praise. If
anything is lacking, it is it new diction
ary to supply words for this.
Our abodu has been culled ".Moloknl,
tho Blest." It has surely been so this
And tho artistic temperament Is not
tho least amongst tho things benefited.
Such u conjuncture of wonders, both of
U10 creation ns seen In Nature's bound
less museum, nnd In tho "works that
man lias brought to such perf,cctlou
could hardly anjwhero In tho world
havo moro Impressive exposition than
In tho unlciuu grandeur of tho mouii
tains of Mtdokal mid the silent, state
ly miivemen't "of that column of sixteen
110I1I0 hattloshlps as they' camo In such
pn'elmi fiirmnllnii down tho luno1 to
tho Leper Settlement. v-wJl'
Advertisements Under this Heading
One Cent Per Word Each Day, No Ad
vertisements Inserted far Less Than
Walter for officers' mess: must bn a
cltlicn of the United States and
physically sound. Apply V. S. S.
Second-hand flat-top desk; must bo
reasonable. Address "L.I.," thli
A second-hand showcase, about G2xl
feet. Address with price "P.." this
second-hand tent. Address, stating
slro and terms. "Tent," llullctln
Clean wiping rags at the Bulletin of
Position as typewriter and stenogra
pher by a young woman who will
furnish her own typewriter, the
lBt of August. Address "V. D.
11.," llullctln. 4056-tf
A Japanese, who speaks and writes
English, wants position In store;
experienced bookkeeper. Address
"V. A.," this office. 40GG-tf
Rouse, eight rooms, with modern con
veniences; pleasant grounds. In
Punahou District, eeavenlsnt to oar
lines. Enquire' W. C. Weetloa. Stan
cenwald Bide., or P. 0. Box CGS.
Furnished cottage at the beaeb, op
posite the switah near tke bridge.
Apply on premises or L. B. Kerr &
Six-ream modern house, electric
lights, gas, mosqult proof. In
quire at 1337 Pentacela 81.
Famished cottage aud house-keep
ing rooms. Apply Cottage Grove,
King St. 01S-tf
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mrs.
D. McConnell, 1323 Emma St.
A pair of eyeglasses near Monna
Hotel. Ilcturn to llullctln office.
Brass hub-sap. JMtume to Associat
ed Garage. Reward. 4015-tf
Make a water shortaee impossible
for those who have them.
When there is a scarcity ot water,
the one with a Bedwood Tank will
have plenty of Rood water for the
whole house, and it will last till the
shortage is over.
Our Redwood Tanks are the very
best thine 'for water: thev keen it
sweet and clean.
We have them in all sizes.
177 S. KINO ST. PHONE 775.
All kindi in rolls and sleets.
AHEKICAJf.HAWAlIAN FATES &
SUPPLY CO.. LTD,
Tort and Queen Sti., Hoaolulm.
Tel. 410. George 0. Guild, Gen. Hgr,
The Best In Town.
TEL. 527. .KOTO ST.
5-CENT POPULAR BRAND.
M. A. Gunst & Co.
4080 Ofen,Rooflpg'8UU lCxM". V ljllv rUVUNiX ?M
600 0".e and Two Prong Iron Fene. ,?t 'WUk5 m m. J
Posts- THOS. F. MeTIGHE 4 CO., AOENTS.
1 2G-gallon Drum Commercial Ktn- ' "' nval-a- fj
er 101-105 KING ST. "m
. 1 "n ?.tUf WU" FlanB"' raoNE 140' p- 0- BOX 755. J
for 12" Wrought PIpo. 'jfl
'EHMELUTH & CO., LTD., Bulletin Business OMee Phene 266.' OH
145 King Street. Pbone 211 Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185, 'Mi
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Advertisement. Under this Heading
One Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad
vertisement. Inserted for Let. Than
valuable collection of stumps. This
collection Is the property of tho
widow ot the Into II. V. How en,
and Is tho result of his effort in
many yenrs of lahor; they can I10
seen nt the Hawaiian News Co.,
Young hulldlng. 3911-tt
I'ine corner lot In MnKlkl. Curbing,
water, fruit nnd ornamental trees
a ml nil Improvements. Two min
utes' walk from cars nnd I'unnhoit
College. Address It R, this office.
Twenty-four hens aud twenty-four
chicks. Apply "A.," llullctln of
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
2 1-2 acres of land and modern house.
Fine poultry farm; reasonable. Ad
dress "Farm," this office
WING CH0NG CO
KOTO ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc., Etc. All kinds of K0A and
MISSION FURNITURE Made To
FOUR COCKER SPANIELS. Thor
ouhbred puppies; can be seen at the
Veterinary Infirmary of
A. R. Rowat. O.V.S.
Von Want Elechic Wiring Done or
Private Telephone Installed or Dry
Batteries, call the
UNION ELFCTBIG CO.,
Beretania St Phone 315.
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel St. near Fort,
ack Scully. Jaek Roberts.
134 Beretania near Fort St. V.l
1929 KALAKAUA AVENUE.
. R. ROE
' PATENTS Applied For
GENERAL- BUSINESS MAN
Horses for Hire
Saddle or Drivinf.
RIGS WITH or WITHOUT DRIVERS.
FORT ST. near HOTEL ST.
I - smm
Aad kept in repair by men who m
know tkelr bnijntu. No amateurs ' fl
do tke work in bur' Garag t. , '
Von Hamm-Young . J
Co., Ltd. I