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EVENINC! BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. IT , WEDNESDAY, OOT. 28, 1003
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Woven Wire MattrcMcs repaired at i James Sheridan Pianoforte Maker
the Factory IIouoliilu Wire lied nnd Tuner. 102 Hotel St. or Ma
Co., 1250 A1rii.iI St. Telephone iwallan News Co. For sale, vary
D3C. 8915-ttj cheat), allelitly uied, full Grind
Meeker Piano, Aeolian Organs and
Umbrellas made and re-covered.
Mlzuta, Tort near Kukul.
Ycc Sing Kce-Plnmlcr and Timmith,
Smith St., bet. Hotel and l'aunhl.
Dr. F. Sohurman. Hours 5-7 p. m.
224 Kimnn Square. 408S
10.00 per month and upwaids.
Froc Janitor Service.
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
924 Bethel Street,
has httn on"', .for over aixi if
YfAKti by MIU.lOHti ot U.kwi
INO. win perfect BCI
MOTH Eft UuTOflltTi, SOF
ta OUMS, ALLAYS nil
CUKX WIND COLIC, end
Whitlow's SocUilearSyrupand taice
CO WflW JLUiU. 2 ! SI AOUM.
NEW ASSORTMENT OP
Either With or Without Framii.
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING: CO.
LOVEJOY & CO.
WHOLESALE DSALERS AND IM
PORTERS OF WINES AND
TEL. 308. 802 NUUANU.
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Queen Street :: :: :: Honolulu,
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importer1 an'd Jobbers
AMERICAN DRY GOODS.
FORT and QUEEN 8TS.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty,
5G3 S. BERETANIA ST,
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved nnd Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
nnd RIVITED PIPES for irrigation
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 nil crops, climatic and soil con
ditions. OFFICE Brewer Building, Hono
lulu; Tel. 272.
FACTORY at Iwilei; Tel. 430.
The latest and largest asiortment
of hand-made and painted leather
postcards in Hawaiian Views, Flow
ers and Fruits, at
WEEDON'S CURIOSITY BAZAAR
Alakea St., bet. King and Merchant.
AND OTHER PIANOS.
THAYER PIANO CO.
1G3 HOTEL STREET.
a. ri' puj
:-j tKrraudrioruiAKKiiuLi. acta
Eva yHf "w"1 m "vyr pj s
Co world. Ba tufa and aiK for Va
PIANO AND OROAN.
' 1'pileht I'lnnos, Etiaranteed.
'Prof, N. M. Lewis, 1402 Emma St.,
teacher or Piano anu urgmi. urau
uate ot lloatou Conservatory.
For home-help, phone White 2891,
Maklkl. aeniral Employment Of
fice, cor. Pensacoln, and Deretanla.
'For Sale" cardt at Bulletin.
Fresh, wholesome, and of every
Beretania, Alakea, and Union.
FOR " T'
TO MAXS YOU
ilitx luiLDixt . non 317,
Houm and Oenecal Painting.
And kept in ratal by men wke
know their business. No amateurs
do the work in our Oarage.
Always on Hand. Young Pigs, Poul
try, Eggs, Fresh Barter and Cheese.
Sam Wo Meat Go,,
King Stmt Market. Tel. 281
YOUNQ TIM, Manager.
MR. and Mil.
ing and other
Res. 1707 Li-
liha St. above
137 MERCHANT STREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
IN KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION
and other desirable localities.
For Sale at a Bargain Premises
at Haunla on the beaoh, a two-story
house and furniture, at a bargain.
manufactured from puro distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
OlflU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone 521
All kinds in rolls and sheets.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN PAPER ft
SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen fits., Honolulu.
Tel. 410. Qeorge O. Ouild, Gen. Mgr,
P. L. PETERS
' Phone 256.
NO LIQUOR ON
Big Seattle Pair Will Bt
SKATTLi:, Wash., Oct. 12. An
experiment in connection with a
groat International exposition Is to
be tried next year when the Alaska-
Yukon-Pacific Exposition is held In
this' city nnil It will be watched with
moro than usual interest by church
and temperance people nnd members
of the Prohibition party. For tho
first time In the history of exposi
tions, tho sale of Intoxicating liquors
on tho grounds or near them will be
The manneement of expositions in
the past linvc always advanced the
claim that It would be Impossible to
make nil exposition pay expenses un
less the visitors could get their beer,
wine, or whiskey. It would be poin
ted out that the cosmopolitan char
nctcr of the visitors, many of whom
would be fiom foreign countries,
made it a necessity for tho restnur
nnts nnil cafes and open-air icsorts
to have wines tind liquors for sulo
with meals. As the exposition man
agements took a percentage ot the
earnings of every restaurant nnd re
sort on tho grounds, It was dcsirnble
to hno the receipts as large as pos
sible. At' many expositions the re
ceipts thus obtained have amounted
to as high as $7,500 n dny, there be
ing many places under the title of
summer or bee gardens which would
glvo concerts or vaudeville entertain
ments nnd (.ell beer or wine to tho
audiences. Tin sale of the beer Mil
wlno was the chief end of the enter
prise. In the case of the Alaska-Yukon-
Pnclflc Exposition In 1909, n differ
ent view of tho matter Is taken. Tho
exposition was financed by the people
of Seattle, nnd the stockholders nat
urally wish to get a dividend In part
If not for all of their subscriptions.
Therefore every dollar that could bo
obtained would help and yet the stock
holders nnd directors hnvo decided
that they can get their dividend
without the sale of liquor upon tho
grounds. At first It was much doubt
d If it was a feasible plan. To be
sure, the law na it stood prevented
the sale ot liquors, for the exposition
grounds are a part of tho campus of
the University of Washington, nnd
the State law provides that liquors
shall not be sold within two miles of
tho University campus. Those who
wished to have liquors sold claimed
that tho Legislature was favorable to
granting a special permit to cover
the time of the exposition being open.
A canvass of tho nominees nnmed nt
tho recent primary indicates that the
legislators aro willing to do anything
tho directors might ask In this re
gard. However, after a careful Investiga
tion and close figuring, It was unani
mously agreed that the directors
would not ask the Legislature for
this pilvltege, that the law Bhould
stand, and that for the first time an
exposition would try the experiment
of going "dry."
Tho restaurants and cafes will
serve non-alcoholic drinks and min
eral wntcrs. The exposition giounds
will be supplied direct from a fine
mineral spring through galvanized
Iron pipes. Tho resorts of tho Pay
Sticak, the mile-long amusement
street at the lower end of tho
grounds, will also stick to the
Intoxicating beverages when
have occasion to serve liquid
Tho mineral water concerns
taking ndvautugo of tho exceptional
oppoitunltleH offered to exploit tbelr
products and nt least n dozen of tho
leading springs of the West will
have exhibits on tho grounds, somo
of them serving the waters free. Tho
inanagcis shrewdly figure that if they
can get people accustomed to miner
al waters they will largely profit by
the change from alcoholic drinks.
Tho directors ot the exposition nre
exploiting tho fact of tho great fair
being "dry" and scores of church,
temperance, social, nnd fraternal or
ganizations have rallied to their sup-
poit, commending the exposition for
Its action, nnd expressing the Inten
tion ot doing oveiytlilng possible to
adveitlso the fair and boost tho nt
Tho program for tho regular Wed
ncsday night band concert at Aula
pnik, as arranged by Captain Ilerger
for tonight, will bo:
Maicli "Thunder and Diazes",, Kudlk
Overturo "Comedy" liela
Intermezzo "Hondo" Glllet
Solcctlon "II Trovatoro" Verdi
Vocal Hawaiian songs...nr. by Dcrger
selection "Italian Melodies" ....
Waltz "Uluo Danube" Strauss
Finale ".Moloknma" , . . Rcrger
"Tim atar spangled Ilanuer."
Bulletin Business Offlet Phena 258.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
HAND SHAKING OF
Japanese Paper Speaks
Of Courtesy To
The Hawaii Slilnpo makes the fol
lowing reference to the Incident of
tho Empress of Japan shutting hands
with ofllcers ot the Atlantic Fleet:
While the ordlnaty Westciner may
look upon tho affair as nn ordinary
thing and not know that there Is
much significance In this slngurar
net of our beloved and almost apoth
eosized Empress towards the Ameri
can unval men, there can be no ques
tion of Its significance to Japanese
minds. It Is indeed n historic affair
that breaks the tradition of a thou
Ever slnco there was history, our
sovereigns, who wero Invail.ibly de
ified and were always the center of
the nation's worship, were the recip
ients of bows but never the offerers.
To approach them was a trespass for
common people; to see them In per
son was tho greatest honor of a life
time. Klfty years ago, our nation
was put In tumult over the discus
sion of how to'savo our country from
the trespass of foreigners which was
thought would bring disgrace upon
the sacred name of our rulers who
reigned over the land for thousands
of years. The Empire of Nippon was
considered a holy land because our
deified sovereigns ruled over It,
Foreign Intiuslon was therefore
strongly resented until the whole
country was brought to the boiling
point nnd the white snow that cov
ered the pathway to tho Oate of Sa
kurada was stained with the crlmion
blood ot Premier II Kamon, who sign
ed his name to tho memorable agree
ment that opened Japan to foreign
Intercourse. It Is a dream now. Yet
even to this day who among us cer
dreamed that our most exalted Em
press would shako hands wllh tho
forefgners! Japanese, no matter how
high In social position they may be,
will never dare to touch her person.
Wo cannot hear this news with
out a great nwe nnd a heartfelt grat
itude to our sovereign, because we
think that such an net nn the part of
the Empress was performed with her
sincercst wish to cement the tic be
tween tho two nations represented
by herself and her foreign visitors.
No word will express this sense ot
.Our provorh says; "Hare thy cilm-
son heart and appeal to the other'.)
conscience." For months nnd years
Japan was misrepresented to Amer
ica by those who meant to play mis
chief and thereby accomplish their
selfish purposes. Even tho piesent
visit of the Whlto Fleet to Jupan's
shores was misrepresented to mean a
threat; and some uneasiness prevail
ed among the people about tho out
come of tho Fleet's lslt to Japan
wheie nn unprecedented welcome Is
now being extended to the Fleet, nnd
which combined with the messngo
from Presldont Hooscelt, Is Inter
preted by the Japanese papers as a
silent alliance between tho two na
tions. When two friends misunderstood
each other, a heait to heart talk will
make tho matter right. Why should
it not be the samo with tuitions? Our
country represented by our highest
and most beloved Pilncess "bares our
crimson heart and appeal to tho
America's conscience" In order to
adjust tho few misunderstandings
which have cropped up, und which
might have, if unwisely and mali
ciously agltat?d, developed Into n
great disaster for the world.
Japan Is now doing her utmost In
welcoming tho American visitors nnd
through them expresses to the Am
erican public her true attitude, rely
ing on the clear consclenco ot tho
American nation for the solution of
the problems arising between tho
WOMAN AND HER WAYS.
Qcnedici lwiilvyou hidn'tjoiij
cd the Matronsof Medusa. I objee
strongly to wonun jolivnc secret so
Mrs. Benedict But, Fred yot
needn't mind. I'm going to tc!I vou
When ho sees Cnrilo Nation get
ting Into tho campaign and Hailing
Into tho candidates, Mr. Fairbanks
must thank his stats that ho was not
nominated, Bt. Louis Post-Dispatch.
This ld r brolhf r
bow to play
doctor, In real
r, and her
the one ttan 1-
ard cough medicine for children
is entirely freo from narcotics or
poison of any kind. It is tho great
remedy the world over for colds, '
coughs, croup, whooping-cough,
influenza, la grippe, and all bron
Accept no substitute or cheap
and'wortbless imitation. !io sure
you get Ayer's Cherry Pectoral.
Put up in large nnd small bottlei.
rrt-atH it Dr. I, C Anf (, C , U..II. Mm. U.S. A.
I'ltOPOSAliS FOR CONSTRUC
TION OF A QENEItAL STORE
HOUSE AT HONOLULU, II. T. Of-
fco of the Constructing Quartermas
ter. Honolulu, II. T Sept, 30, 1908.
Scaled proposals In tilpllcato will be
leiehed hern and nt the office of the
Constructing Quaitermaster nt San
Francisco. Cul until Oct. 30, 1908,
and then opened, at Honolulu, II, T
at 9 a, ni and at San Francisco, Cal.,
nt 11 a. m., for the construction,
plumbing, and wiring of a concrete
storehouse nt Honolulu, II. T., ac
cording to plans nnd specifications on
file In tho offices of thu nbovo men
tioned quartermasters. Information
furnished on application, A deposit
of $20.00 will bo required for each
set -of plnns furnished, which will bo
refunded upon return of same. En
velopes should bo Indorsed "Propo
sals for Storehouse," and addressed
to Captain E. H. Humphrey, Con
structing Quartermaster, U. S. Army.
4119--Sept. 30; Oct. 1, 2, 3, 28, 29.
OAHU COUNTRY CLUB.
The Annual Meeting ot tho Oahu
Country Club will bn held in the
Young Hotel on Friday, 30th Inst.,
at 8 o'clock p. m.
D. W. ANDERSON,
Wonderful Motion Pictures bring
ing to view scenes from many lands
and embracing Comady and Pathos.
Two changes each week.
Monday and Thursday
Who Owns the Peak; The For
tunes; Orantre Peel; Amateur Rider;
The Slave; Picturesque Smyrna; The
"Medals moan merit
Highest awards Chicago
1S93; Paris 1900; St. Louis
1901; Now Oi leans 1883."
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., Lid.
BDffXWOin and Uta Totott
The oily tw gtd tmoktag
Tabaatos ia the Market
and MYRTLE Clf AX STORE.
X. MIYATA & 00.,
CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS, PAIN
TERS, PAPER HANGERS and
Second Sand Lumber, Doors and
Saihes Beaght and Sold.
KINO. ST., PALAMA JUNCTION
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin give a complete summary of
.-., . A.r-c.srasTuw
M xmsJi rA
ine news ot tne aay,
wan t s
Advertlsemsnte Under this Heading
One Cent Per Ward Each Day. No Ad
vertleementa Intarted for Less Than
German woman to took nnd do laun-
diy work for family; wages $30 00
per month. Address Joseph Hay,
Hauula, Oahu. 4140-lw
Dy a young lady, position as assist
ant bookkeeper or other ofllce or
store work. Address "It. D.," thlR
office. , 4125. tt
Oerman woman wishes position eith
er for car of children or as cook.
Address "Sf," this ofllce.
Posltlon by expert bookkeeper and
statistician. Address "J. . B.,"
Bulletin office. 4090-tf
InstiULtlon at heme. In Gregg system
shorthand. Address "Rex," Bulle
tin onicc. 4142-tf
Second-hand flat-top desk; auuit be
reaioaabl. Address "L.P.," this
A second-hand showcase, about 6x3x1
feet. Address with price "P.," tali
A. baby carriage. State condition
and price to "J. K.," Uulletls of
Clean wiping racs at U Bulletin of
llce. SITUATION WAXTBD
Position as general blacksmith; 2G
years plantation experience; horse
elioelng specialty; satisfaction
guaranteed. Address "II. P.," this
By an experienced American carpen
ter who baa been en the Islands 21
years and who has bad 20 yean'
experience on plantations. Address
"11.." this office. 412 -tf
One or two rooms, with or without
board. Apply "I.." this office.
House. 2 stories, 5 room, 1415 Alapsl
near Quarry alt.; SIS, water In
cluded; taodera Improvement.
Two turaUhed room. Apply Mrs.
D. McConnell, 1323 Emma St.
Furnished house, 171$ Beach Itoad.
Apply on premise. 4087-tf
ROOM AND BOARD.
Newly furnished looms with or with
out board. 1019-30 Ucrctanla St.
Two photographs of n young girl.
On King street, between Alakea
nnd Sheridan streets. Finder
please communicate with Ilullctln
Sunday morning, on IIojk' Playing
Park, or streets, pair rimmed spec
tacles. Llbornl reward on return
ing samo to Queen Hotel. W. Mor
A dragon-fly pin containing opal nnd
emeralds. Reward on return to
this ofllce. 4141-tf
What spot in thasa Isasuidtv mi ex
caad the grant Waiaw Plain in
basmty, alimata and diversity tf im
sry? City folk in want of mt and
reortin will lean witk nlaaamre
that the Waist lout of Mr. David
Porta, kaU MsuuMr tf , Kukuinael,
is now in Uu of Mr. X. Akaau,
the wn-toown Citf.
The nrttniaa sy bt mM far
nisktd by wttk of Month tn rtaiest
thl ttrnu. Apply to
H. AXOXA, WAIMIA, XAWAH
7. 0. Address, Kawaika.
Choice lot of Fine Bred and Fancy
Fowls, to arrive from S. F. on the
Advertisement, Under this Heading
One Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad
verUeementa Inserted for Lese Than
A valuable collection ot stamp. This
collection Is the property ot the
widow of the late it. W. liowen,
and Is the result of his effort 1st
many ears of labor; they can be
teen at the Hawaiian News Co.,
Younc bulldlnc 3911-tt
Fine corner lot In Maklkl. Curbtag,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and all Improvements. Two min
utes' walk from cars and Punahou
College. Address R. F., this ofllce.
Automobile, S passenger Queon; lu
good order. I. 1. Mlehlsteln, 21&1
N. King St : phone CS2.
Collie pups, fiom pedigreed stock.
Price from $10 to $20, female $10.
Horner's Ranch, 4140-t!
Cheap Stable, In good condition,
corrugated root. Apply Bulletin
Bmpty aacks, tubs, and bottles. "M.
Meshlma, Fort near Kukul.
50,000 acres of land In Kona, Hawaii.
Address S. Norrla, Kabuku.
at the MtasnolrilM, buggiaa and car
riage ws have recently overhauled
THEN SEE US. ;
W. W. Wright Co,
King Stmt near Soutk
LADIES' FELT HATS, FEATIER3,
BLUOITB, FLOWZBS, CHF
Am Sold at Very Ratsc-nabl Prices,
Wire Frames Mad t Order.
30 KIHO ST. " "
Mr. and Mrs.
INQ, ana ether
444 KING ST.,
First-Class Furniture Store
134 Beretania new Fort St
. k i
Telephone 211 ' 1
0. 0i Hotttl it authorized 'to collect
and receipt for the undersigned.
A. R. Rowat, D.V.S.
anmntM Curios. Silk Xiaonea.
Shirts, Pajamas, Shirt Waists, Fanoj
HOTEL STREET XEAX BETHEL.
LADIES' AND SENTLEMEN'S HATS
Of All Kinds.
in an automobile is just the thing.
Call up 200 38t or 1458 and uk
C. H. BEHN
WING CHONG CO
KXNQ ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattreties,
Etc., Eto. All kinds of KOA and
MISSION FURNITURE Made To
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