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EVEN tNO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H PllIDAY, NOV. 13, 1908.
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Two Beautiful Dolls
To Be Given Away
The larger doll will be given to the child receiv
ing the greatest number of votes, the other doll to the
child receiving tits next highest number. The Contest
o Saturday, Nov. 14 o
A voting coupon will be given with every 25-cent
purchase. The dolls are now on display in the Milli- -
Our Employe will not be allowed to participate
in this contest.
B Thursday, Friday, & Saturday
arc the LAST DAYS of the
The Last Opportunity for buying TABLE LINEN,
NAPKINS, and TABLE CLOTHS at big MONEY-SAV-INQ
N. S. Sachs
Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
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YOU EVER ATE
The finest Pies you could want may be made with
two light, flaky crusts and a filling of
Heinz Mince Meat
IT COMES IN CROCKS. "
Ask your Grocer for it, and say "HEINZ" very Dis
tinctly. H. Haokfeld & Co., Ltd.,
THE MILLIONAIRE MAKER
We have Just published
"The Oil Hook" profusely Il
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How to make profitable In
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One copy mailed free, postage
prepaid, It you act promptly
and send before tho supply Is
exhausted. Yi'rlto today.
LINCOLN MORTGAGE AND
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San Francisco, Calif.
Wonderful Motion Pictures bring
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and embracing Comedy and Pathos.
Two changes each week.
Monday and Thursday
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INFLUX OF JAPANESE
CAUSES WHITE EXODUS
That other places lire meeting with
the sanio troubles as the residents of
Miiklkl is shown by the followliU uil
(clu In the Chronicle
tlerkeloy, Nov. 3. The establish
ment of n Japanese nimrtcr In this
city In the blocks about Dwlght way
and Shattuck avenue Is the subject of
bitter complaint aiming (ho residents
and property owners Iti the neighbor
hood, who aro moving out In conse
quence. With the exception of a small
colony of Hindoos, wlioch was located
In tho western section of Derkelc),
no special district has become the
habitat of any nationality.
The influx of Japanese In the blocks
cast of Shattuck luenue, on Dwlght
way and north of Pnrker to M.vto. on
Shnttack avenue, Is driving out tho
whites, and proierty owners are find
ing It ImpOBBlble to rent or sm'I rf;il
Tho exodus of whiles Is Icavim: a
number of stores and houses vacnit,
wnicn are ucing occupied oy Japanese,
where tho owners nre willing to rent.
In many cases the owners hnvo to
fused to do this and tho buildings nro
We have received our
OF ALL KINDS.
BABY WALKERS, GO-CARTS, AND
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.,
FORT ST. TELEPHONE 16.
Fresh Shipment by Alameda,
J. M. LEVY & COMPANY, LIMITED.
King: St. nr. Bethel. Phone 76,
HOTEL STREET NEAR FORT
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Recorded Nov. 6, 1908.
Victor M SoUin and wf by ntty to
Dank of Hawaii, Ltd; M; lots 8 and 9,
blk C, rents, etc, Kewalo lots, Hono
lulu: 1GU0. I) 314. p 53. Dated Nov
Henry Bllva ot al tit Tr of 8 Kaua!
and wfj .xchge 1), Ap I, Kul H22,
Mollllll, Honolulu; $1, etc. I) 311, p
IC4. Dated Oct 22, 11H)S.
Solomon R Knual and wf and by
Tr to Henry Sllvn et al: Kxchgo D;
pors Kills S240 ami 3001, Mauluklkepa,
Honolulu; $100. etc. II 311, p 154.
Dated Oct 22, 1908.
Peter Manuel by iiitgeo to Tr of
James Uerry: Fore Atfdt; subdlc 3,
Ap 1, Kul 10270 and II W I'auoa. Ho
nolulu. 11 314, p r.7 Dated Oct 31,
I'etor Manuel by mtgeo to J Alfred
Magoon; I); lilt In stibdlv 3, Ap 1,
Kul 10276 und K W. l'auoa, Ilonululu;
11100. IJ 310,p 281. Dated Oct 31.
James Cnrty and by inlgee to J Al-
fred Magoon; D; lut In lots 1, 2 and
6, blk 106, Pnlolo Valley, Honolulu;
lut In lenaehbld. bldgs, etc. Iltchards
St, Honolulu; I21G3. I) 310, ii 283.
Dated Juno 20, '1903.
TYPHOID LINGERS 18 YEARS
WASHINGTON. D. C, Oct. 17.
Investigation made by officers ot the
Public Health and Marino Hospital
Servlco Into a recent outbreak of tv-
iih-old fever In Georgetown, this cltv.
disclosed that a woman milker at a
neighboring dairy who had typhoid
fever eighteen years ago still throws
off In 'her ejecta virile typhoid fever
bacilli, and was the responsible agent
In spreading the disease. With one
exception this Is tfhg., first consider
able outbreak of tfrphold fever In tho
United States traced' through milk to
such a carrier. The examination de
veloped large numbers of typhoid ba
cilli In the ejecta of the woman, al
though she apparently was enjoying
Surgeon General Wyman states
that this case establishes that at leaa't
2 per cent, of all recovered cases of
typhoid fever becottfe'nacllll carriers
for a longer or shorter period, even
while otherwise enjoying good health.
IS 136 YEARS OLD.
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDO.. 176-190 KING 8TREET. PHONE 237.
Prices from 25c to $1.00
Washable and Fancy
L. Alloy, Nuuanu below Hotel
Our Sodas 30o per dos.
FOUNTAIN SODA WORKS,
VIENNA. Austria Oct .11 Aus
trian' newspapers icfe'r sarcastically'
to the riding tests decreed liy Presi
dent Itoosetclt for American army of
ficers, pointing to Urn fact that Ei.i
pcroi Francis Joseph, 7" Jcam old, a
few da) s ngo remained In the uail'iO
from 9 30 .1. in. to :t 3U p. in.
Of nil the Austrian field imirslnls
nnd generals attending the maneu
vers at Bieiil-lstvan, Hungary, Ki oti
tis Joseph was the only commander
who did not go to the maneuvers field
by carriage or auto. He took to hort.o
outside his quarters, sending back the
coach and six provided for him, nnd
at once entered upon ii sharp trot,
which pace he maintained until tho
rendezvous was reached. He smiled
good-natmedly on seeing the .gtc.it
array of autos which had brought the
swarm of watting archdukes and
high generals. After taking a fresh
borne ho galloped up the hill from
which he Intended to direct the ma
neuvers, asking his younger relatives
to follow "ns quickly as they could
manage. He was the first to arrive
on the top and at once assumed com
mand of the sham battle.
When In tho evening some of tho
younger members of the Imperlnl fain
lly commented on the Kmporor's "en
durance test," Francis Joseph Bald:
"Thnt's nothing; the otheY -evening,
ht IbcIiI, I saw a man as old as my
self danca the can-can in n French
play. 1 couldn't do thut,"
The following special order has been
Issued from the ir.'fl. 11. headquart
ers! National Guard of Hawaii, Head'
quarters. First Infantry. Honolu
lu, T. II.. November 13. 1908.
Special Order No. 20.
1. In pursuance of Special Order
No. 21, A. 0. O., dated November 12,
1908, Companies "B" nnd "V" of the
First Infantry, N, (1. If., will iisseiu
bio under arms at tho Drill Shed nt
tho sounding of three (3) blasts of
tho Hawaiian Electric Co.'s whistle,
nnd will parndo and form u guard ut
and an escort from thu Hackfcld
wharf, Honolulu, T. li upon the arriv
al of tho Special Kmbassy to the Unit
ed States with His Hlgnesn I'rlnce
Tsal Fu on tho S. S. Mongolia, on or
about tho 14th day of November, 1908.
i. company -u" or the First In
fantry, N. 0. II., Is detailed to Are a
anluta of twenty-ono (21) guns at the
Executive Uulldlng grounds.
3. Major W. It niley will assume
command of Companies "E" and "V"
upon such duty.
Uniform: Scnlcn wlih whlto gloves
By order of Colonel Zlegler, ,
THOS. P, CUMMINS,
Captain and Adjutant,' 1st Infantry
N. O. H.
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The Encore Saloon
Try a drink at the new place anil
have "MATT" HEFFERN serve yon.
COR. HOTEL and NUTJANU.
Waverley Building, Bethel St.
Personal Attention Given to Cnitine
and Table Service at All Hour. Beit
Meals at Reasonable Prices.
CHARLES H. EIOHLER, Prop.
Weekly Bulletin Si Per Year
6 - t .'
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25o per
hundred in 10-lb. lots
W. O. BARNHART,
133 Merchant St.
St. Petersburg. Oct. 31. Tho "old
est man In the world" probably Is
Andrei Nlkolevltch Schmidt, a veter
an of thu Russian army, who bears tho
weight of 13G years. This ancient
warrior is still active, enough to travel
Irom his homo at Tiflls to Warsaw,
whoro ho attended a military festival
tho other day,
' Tho old man's army paper show
that ho was born on ' September Ii,
1772, that ho enlisted In 1796 and was
I'lscharged from the army with the
rank of sergeant-major and a good
pension In 1857.
Ho had a distinguished record as a
soldier, his period of service covering
tho Napoleonic wars and tho Crimean
campaign; ho weurs twelve medals
for gallantry In the Held.
Schmidt, who has been a widower
for Blxty-two years, has novcr smoked
tobacco or drank spirits, but hq takes
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Friday, November 13.
SAN FRANCISCO Sailed Nov. 13:
S S Santa Hltu, for Kuhulul and KI-
YOKOHAMA Arrived Nov 13:
S. S. Siberia, hcrico'.Nov. 2.
PORT TOWN8END Arrived Nov. 13:
Schr. Robert Searics, from Kahulul
HII.O Sailed Nov. 11:
8. 8. Mexican, for San Francisco,
HII.O Sailed Nov. 10: w
Schr. W. II. Marsion, for San Fran
W. F. DRAKE'S UNGLE
Word reached hero today that Cap
tain Franklin Drake, nn uncle of Col
lector of Intornal Revenue W. V
Drako, died yesterday at his homo In
Vallcjo, California. Walter Drake Is
at present on ono of the othor Islands,
and ho will probably bo communicated
Captain Franklin Drako was an old
timer In California and was well
known. He died at tho ago of C4
TO CURE A GOLD IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine
Tablets. All druggists refund
the money if it fails to cure.
E. W. Grove's signature is on
PARIS MEDICINE CO., St. Louli, U. 8. A,
0. 0. Hottel is authorized to collect
ind receipt for the undersigned.
L R. Rowat. D.V.S.
If water rusts iron, what will it do
to a man's stomache? The
YILL GIVE YOU THE ANTIDOTE.
BULLETIN ADS PAY
Several fine BUILDING
LOTS at PUUNUI above Li
liha St. on proposed 'exten
sion of car line, good soil,
no 'rocks, unobstructed view,
cool and healthy1.' '50x105.
Price reduced to $150;,?25
cash, balance $10 p. m.
P. E. R. Strauch
WATTY BLDO. 74 8. KOTO ST,
c ( -1 ( V
SEALED TENDERS FOR STEAM
SHIP, FREIGHT ANDPASSEN
OER DEPOT ON ALAEEA
SEALED TENDEflS WII.I, HE IlE-
CEIVKD by the Superintendent of
Public Works until 12 ni. of Mon
day, December 14, 1908, for tho con
struction of the Steamship, Freight,
und I'assengor Depot on Alakoti
Street Wharf. Honolulu, T. H.
Plans and specifications are on fllo
In tho offlco ot the Superintendent of
I'ubllc Works, conies of which will
bo furnished Intending bidders on
receipt of Twcnty-Flvo Dollars
(I2S.00) which sum will bo refund
ed on return of Bald plans and speci
fications. All tenders to bo on blanks fur
nished by the Superintendent of I'ub
llc Works and to be accompanied by
certified checks made puyahlu to the
Superintendent of Public Works.
Separate tenders will bo accepted
for painting, plumbing, electrical
work, sheet" metal work, und struct
ural Iron work.
Tho Superintendent of Public
Works reserves tho right to reject
any or nil bids.
Superintendent of Public Works,
Honolulu, November 13, 1908.
What follows vc published three
years ago is absolutely true nc
as it was true then!
npHOSK words are quickly read,
but they mean a lot when ap
plied to an automobile. They
dont mean " good this year, bad
last year, and doubtful next year."
They mean "good every year."
That's where the
Stevens - Duryea
stands today. It is one of the best
today; it was last year, it will be
next year. It commands a higher
price second hand' than any other
car. It dways did. Among the
few really high-grade cars now on
the market, there is not one with
so uniform a record ac ihr SitiS
Duryea. The man who owns a
Sjteycns-Duryca has a car with a
pedigree which is clean strain right
from the beginning, and such re
cords arc the best evidence of real
Stevens-Duryea Model X, 4 Cyl
. Stevens-Duryea Model U, 6 Cyl
Chicopee Falls, Mass.
Arrange for a demonstration at
The von Hamm-Young
Co., Ltd., Agents
Good Folks Take
. . , '
It's a Good Sign
If it's painted by
The Paint Shop, j 131 King St,
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