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BVBNINO BULLBTIN, HONOLULU, T. Ul, THUI18DAY, DEC. 10, 1908.
M - VI
PIANO AND ORGAN,.
James Sheridan Pianoforte Maker
, and Tunor. 1C2 Hotel St. or Ha
waiian Nows Co. Vor sile. very
cheap, slightly used, full Grand
Decker Piano, Acollnn Organs and
Uprljlit Pianos, guaranteed.
Prof. N. M. Lewis, 1462 Emma St.,
teacher of Piano and Orfenn. Urad
uate of Boston Conservatory.
Tor house-help, phone White 2891,
Maklkl. Oeneral Kmplovment Of
fice, cor, Pensncola and Beretania,
BULLETIN ADS PAY
Current Rate of
OR . .
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
No. 924 BETHEL STREET.
. t .Soothing Syrup
uj.mm tirt for. ovr 81XIV
YKVKS BT MILL ONS ot Mother.
til. OUM9. ALLAYS all nils.
WIND COLIC, and b the
eaoUwr kind. as
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & RQBINSON.
Queen Street :: :: :: Honolulu.
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers
AMERICAN DRY GOODS.
FORT and QUEEN 8TS.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order,
Picture Framing a Specialty.
563 S. BERETANIA ST.
You Want Electrio Wiring Done or
Private Telephone Installed or Dry
Eatteries, call the
UNION ELECTRIC CO.,
69 Beretania St. Phone 315
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVITED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty, Particular at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
pain executed at shortest notice.
4000 Green -Roofing Slate 10"xl0".
COO One and Two Prong Iron Fence
1 25-gnllon Drum Commercial Eth
er. 1 Castlron Fitting with Flange
for 12" Wrought ripe.
EMMELUTH & CO., LTD.,
145 King -Street. Phone 211.
HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO., LTD.
Dealers in FERTILIZERS suitable
for all crops, climatio and soil con
ditions. OFFICE Brewer Building, Hono
lulu: Tel. 272.
FACTORY at Iwilei; Tel. 430.
Anu uiJiu.il riAixuB.
THAYEn PIANO CO.
1CJ HOTEL, STREET.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250,
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185,
y DmrtWi la amy pan of th 3
Vt & mMi. t 3
Woven Wire Mattresses repaired at
the Factory Honolulu Wire lied
Co , 12C0 Alapat St. Telephone
Vee Sing Kee-Plumber and Tinsmith.
. Smith St., hct. Hotel and Pauahl.
Dr. Sehurmann. Hourr 8-9 a. m.j
4-(i p. m. S'Jl Hmnia Square.
For' Graduate Nurse Phone 1057.
Fresh, wholesome, and of every
Beretania, Alakea, and Union.
At a. Discount
are just as easy to get as a good job
of painting at cheap price. Whaa
I do work I do it right not cheap,
Elite Building. Phone 397.
SHARP SIGNS attract attention
And kept in repair by, men who
know their business. No amateurs
do the work in our Garage.
Von Hamm- Young
INSIST ON USING
as it is
Sold Only by the
OFFICE SUPPLY CO., Ltd.
031 FORT ST.
KANE0HE BEEF "
AlwaS on Hand. YonniJ Pin. Prnil.
try, Eggs, Freth Butter and Cheese.-
Sam .Wo Meat Co.,
King Street Market. . TeL 288
YOUNG TIM, Manager.
MR. and MRS.
ing and other
Re, 1707 Li
liha St, above
137 MERCHANT STREET,
LOTS FOR SALE
IN KAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION
ani other desirable localities.
For Bale at a Bargain Premises
at Hauula on the beach, a two-story
house and furniture, at a bargain.
manufactured from puio distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
OAHD ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone 528.
Blank book a of all sortr, ledgers
etc. manufaoturod by the Hulletlu Pub
' .rijyi.u- j
and it starts
GAS is turn-
ed on in
Wonderful Motion Pictures brine-
inp to view scenes from many lands
and embracing Comedy and Pathos.
Two changes each week.
Monday and Thursday
The Pronhetess of Thehes! Lnno-.
Distance Wirelesi Telegraphy; A
Lover's Muse; Bill the Bill Poster;
Headless Horseman; Shamon O'Brien
Useful Beard; Indian Bitters.
Fresh Fruits and
Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money
BR AUNEN NAHOME,
Corner Beretania and Alakea SU.
IMPORTER OF FRUITS AND
from California, Vancouver & Seattle,
W. O. Peacock & Co., Ltd.,
First-Class Furniture Store
134 Beretania near Sort St..
ALWAYS THE BEST.
Prompt Delivery. Phone 270.
Thorobred Bull Terriers
A. R. Rowat, D.V.S.
HOTEL STREET NEAR FORT
185 editorial rooms 250 "ul
ness office. These are the new tel
ephone numbers of the Bulletin Iflce.
:army, navy and
: MARINE CORPS:!
Tho llrltlsh Ilroad Arrow In Its
discission of the clrcumunlgatlng
cruise of tho Atlantic Fleet of the
American Nnv) takes occasion to
point out the advantages derived
from that oent and furnishes the
readers of that able Journnl im Im
partial description of tho features
which distinguish the United States
inn nl scivlcc from the organizations
of foreign countries. The jmnimnry
into which tho llroatl Arrow gntlicis
theso conditions enables a compirii
tlve review which should be read
with appreciation by member of the
American sen Ice. The Broad Arrow
"Wo nro not accustomed In the
Rojnl navy to ouch good food or such
comfort as the Americans possess.
Wo have not such ntnplo bathing fa
cilities for tho men, nor would they
possibly nall themselca of them did
the) exist. For our service Is carried
on chiefly In tho North Sea, the
Channel or the Atlantic, where the
weather Is generally cold or chilly,
Wo hnvo no sjsteni of stcam-hentlng
like that existing In American ships,
turning them In cold weather Into
places as hot as a Fifth Avenuo hotel
or a Chicago express train. To tho
man accustomed to cruise oft Cape
Cod Iri August and to fire off fiuan
tanumo, In Cuba, In January, a win
ter round the Dogger Ilanlc In an tin
heated ship would be a new and un
wolcome experience Indeed. The
cold-storngo sjstem on the American
ships provides for plenty of fresh fish
and fresh meat, so necessary to keep
men In health. Athletic, games, box
ing, etc., nro encouraged on hoinl
ship or on shore whenever possible.
The officers, who hnvo tho ndvnutago
over the men In age ns a rule, give
tho greatest care to. the Instruction
of their men. Tho latter aro Intelli
gent beyond the average of European
seamen, nnd as a result the Ameri
can gunner Is quite first-class. Tho
relations botween officers and men
seem to be nil that can be desired. It
Is doubtful whether the sound stra
tegic principle of combination to en
sure success, that so highly distin
guishes tho (lerman navy, exists to
the same degree In the service of our
American cousins. It certain!), until
comparatively lately, did not exist In
a like manner in our own."
The battleship Maine, which has
Just returned from a cruise around
tho world and Is now undergoing re
paint at tho Portstnotuh navy ard,
will be tho first battleship to receive
tho new slate gray war paint recently
adopted by tho Navy Department. An
order has been prepared at the Nnv)
Department directing that the vessels
now on tho Atlantic coast bo painful
as rapidly as opportunlt) affords. Tho
essels of tho Atlantic battleship tleet
will le painted next spring after the)
have returned to tho navj ) arils on
tho Atlantic coast for repairs. Tho
Pacific fleet will also receive tho new
garb when the csscls return to the
Pacific coast next spring from their
South American cruise.
Tho now color will not bo extended
to tho receiving ships, coin cried
jnchts nnd gunboils on diitj In Cen
tral America or In tho Philippines.
Tho torpedo boats, which aro now of
an nllvo green rotor, will not bo re
pulntcd. Auxiliaries on duty with tho
battleships will bo painted sluto gray,
but thoso on soparato dut will not.
Tho slato gray color will rcduco tho
paint bill of tho na) b) a consider
able amount. The present whlta nnd
drab uniform of tho battleships Is
very expensive, because coaling ory
soon mars Its beauty. Ilcstdes, tho
white, battleships' at night under a
hcarciillKlit stand out ns prominent!)
an, a llgblhniiKo, whllo I ho war paint
t'liiler tho searchlight It less cou
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Dec. 8, 1908,
from 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Kaw-ona (w) to Wong I.um (k) . ...D
Y Tnkakuwa ot al to M Morlmoto..ltcl
Y Takakuwa ot al to M Morlmoto.,Rol
Y Takakuwa ct al to M .Morlmoto.Rcl
M Morlmoto to K Tsunodn IIS
O I, Wight tr to Wong Tin Look.. AM
lallllou KuinahaUl (k) to Wong Tin
O W Palm to Daniel S K I'ahu....D
Kcono ot al to C Akul , , . . , L
C Akul to II Huckfuld & Co Ltd.... I,
Knwahao ct al to II Hackfeld H Co
Bishop Trust Co Ltd et al to Oaliu
Pineapple Co Ltd r..D
Win Hnrnco Stroud and wf to O T
O T Boardman to Bank of Hawaii
J Kiilukiilualanl and wf lo S M
LOSS OF TIME.
"Nora," snld Mrs Green, soveroly
"I saw )ou standing b) the window
kissing the Iceman this morning
Now, tomorrow morning 1 shall slaud
giianl m)snlf '
Norn IntiKlud over hur puns
" 'Tin no iibi mum," nlm giggli'd
"He wouldn't kiss cz now lie pro
posed this morning and Ol accepted
I (8.ibiutiJ irrc) I
An Inhalatlaa far
CrMln la mn to AtUimalles.
!, It flat Mtnt mat. .fftrtlT. to brr.lh. In
ttmtir I" dim, of Ih. briiUH; r,M Ihn
to uk. Ik. rf ji.df Uto th. ,tomcn?
Ore.alme tutu bw-.iiM lb. lr, tnStni
Mro.flf miImpiIc, I. t.rrltd o?tr th. du.Md
iirfu. wMi .T.rr brwth. slvlntf orolunfrd .nd
.jnM.nl Ut.lnnt. It U UTtliT.U. la notlur.
lta imtU dhlUrvn.
ThoM of Can
will find Imrowll.l. r.ll.f
fron Coufhi or Inflftni
Conlllto. of th. ihro.U
ftond naatAl lot do.
IN i niton nrMi,
NOTICE TO CONSIGNEES
Consignees ordering freight by
sailing vessel aro hereby notified that
the liktne. "Coronado" will go on
tho loading berth at San Francisco
bli'tho Kith Inst, and will be dis
patched for Honolulu on or about
tho 31st' Inst,
VM. O. inWIN & CO , LTD ,
Agents, Uktne. "Coronado."
STOCK BOOKS CLOSED.
The Stock Hook of the O.tliu Sugar
Co, Ltd, "III be closed to transfers
from December 10th to 15th, 190S,
both dates Inclusive.
(s) ai:o. noDiKic,
Act'g Treasurer Onliu Sugar Co , Ltd.
PIIOPOSAI.8 IT1K PIlOVIDINfJ
HOT WATi:il PhUMIlINQ FIX
TUIIKS. Sealed proposals, in dupli
cate, will be received nt this offico
until 10 n. m. December 17, 1908,
nnd then opened, for furnishing la
bor nnd material for Installing hot
water nnd plumbing fixtures (lava
tories Nos. 19 nnd 21) At Fort Shat
ter, 11. T., according to specifications
on file nt this office. For further
particulars apply to the undersigned,
M. Ns Falls, Capt. & Quartermaster,
U. S. A., Constructing Quartermas
ter. 4178 Dec. 9, 10, 11, 1C.
The Suhatlou Army Is circulating
ilia following letter:
11) Dior Friend: As Christmas
drnvss near, and our hearts are glad
dened b) nil thu Jiallonid associations
of thu same, wo can never forget that
lie, whoso blrthda) v.e celebrates with
inch Jo), reminded Ills friends that
''Tho pom alvvajn u have with )ou
We wish this ear to fill one him-
dried baskets; Invite to a good Christ-
man dinner nt ourroudlng rom twont)
five homeless persons, and to provide
I. nil trim two Christmas trees for our
Suuda) school and street children.
Will )ou kindly ns In thu past, help
us with a cash donatglou?
All kinds of meats, vegetables, fruits
dnd groceries, will also bo welcome
clothing ton, (.special!) for children, Is
ikslrud nnd to)s of every description.
Thanking )iiu for pabt co-opcrutlon
and prajliiK ou may huvo a blessed
Wo nro )ourn slnccrel).
SAMUKL AND EMILY IlItADLRY,
Otllccrs In Chargo.
The tlueo hundredth nnnlversar) of
thu hlrtlulii) of the pott, John Milton,
was observed b) tho pieseutliig of n
program of his works and papers pro
pared concerning him, lvcn at tho
Central Union church last night, tho
program being in eh a r mi of tho presi
dent ami fiicult) of Oahu College. Prin
cipal Fills, of tho Onhn Preparatory
i-chool, presided and was assisted by
Ihu Oiihu College glee club, led by
Miss lingers, .Miss Sheffield presiding
ut tho piano.
Tho program was opened by sing
ing, followed b) tho rending of Mil
ton's paraphrase of the 84th Psalm
Principal Fltts rend it Bketch of tint
llfo of Milton Miss Foster presented
n paper on tho literary qualities of
Milton's vvorkB, followed h) a ucltn'
ton of the sonnet on tho Religious
Memories of Mis. Thompson
An ossn) prepaid! by Miss Alexnnd
or vvns then luul by Miss IMHh II.
Smith, tho subject being Milton's nc
tlvlty In tho political mid ecclesiastical
llfo of tho Puritan pi a Alficd Young
read tho sonnet b Milton on his blind
ness, followed by the gleo club.
Miss Cox lend n paper on tlm io
ilgious significance of I'nr.idlso Uist
mid Miss Mm ii llowiitl kivo a nnd
lug fiiiiu Milton's hvnin on the Minn
lug of Clulht'R Nallvlt)
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of the da.
' WANTED FOB SALE
Advtrtltementt Under this Heading
One Cent Par Word Each Day. No Ad
vertltements Inserted for Less Than
A Joniig man who has taken n busi
ness course In any local school, to
take a permanent position In an
oulco ns assistant bookkeeper. Ad
dress "It. D ," Uulletln office.
lly a joung lady, position as assist
ant bookkeeper or other office or
storo work. Address "R. D" this
Small furnished cottage, nboe llcro-
tanla St. preferred. Addiess with
particulars, "11.," 1 O. Uox 302.
, few Jd-hand electric fnns. Adilrc3i
"Urea, ' llnlletln ofllcc, statins
Position by expert bookkeeper and
statistician. Address "J. O. 11.,"
Uulletln office. 4090-tf
Second-hand flat-top desk; must be
reasonable. Address "L.P.," tbli
A second-hand showcase, about 6x2x1
feet. Address with price "P.," this
A baby carriage,
and price to "J.
K.," Bulletin ot-
Clean wiping rags at the Bulletin of
fice. FURNISHED ROOM.
One or two rooms, with or without
board. Apply "It.," this office.
Furnished cottage, for light house
keeping, $12 per month. Apply
Honolulu Hotel, N'uuanu St.
House, 2 stories, S rooms, 14 IS Alapal
near Quarry St.; $18, water In
cluded; modem Improvements.
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mrs.
D. McConnell, 1223 Emma St.
Furnished house, 1713 Beach Road.
Apply on premises. '40C7-tf
Large furnished rooms.
722 Klnau St.
ROOMS AND BOARD.
Sulto of mosquito-proof rooms, with
Board, In private family. Hot and
cold water. Private entrance, etc.
Address 13CG King St. 4173-lw
TUB COURTLAND Is a high-class,
private hotel nt reasonable rates,
located at tho corner of Punahou
and Beretania avenuo. 4171-lm
For lady and gentleman. Wilder Avo.
near Keeaumoku. Address "X. Y.
.." this office. 4109-tf
Newly, furnished rooms with or with
out board. 1049-50 Beretania St.
When you set
us to make
Our 25. suit!
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
Shirts, Pajamas, Shirt Waists, Fanoj
- i -
HOTEL STREET NEAR BETHEL
The Encore Saloon
Try a drink at the new place and
have "MATT" HEFFERN serve yon,
COR. HOTEL and NUUA'NU.
Blank books ot all sorts, ledgers
to. manufactured by th Ru.:Un Pub
Advertisements Under this Heading
One Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad
vertlsements Inserted for Lest Than
A valuable collection or stamps. This
collection Is the property ot the
widow of the late It. TV. Bowen,
and Is the result of bis effort In
many jears ot labor; they can be
seen at the Hawaiian News Co.
Young building. 3911-tf
Fine corner lot In Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental tree
and all Improvements. Two min
utes' walk from cars and Punahou
College. Address It. !'., this office.
Houso and lot; house furnished or
unfurnished, 7 rooms, four closeU,
electric lights and gas, on main
car lino; At n bargain. Address
"Lcrols," Bulletin. 4159-tf
Colllo pups, from pedigreed stock.
Price from $10 to $20; female $10.
Horner's Ranch. 4140-U
Cheap Stable, In good condltlpo,
corrugated roof. Apply Bulletin
60,000 acres ot land In Konn, Hawaii.
Address S. Norrls, Kahuku.
Horse, btigg), and harness. AppU'
to Ueorgo Oldiug, Kvvu. 417S-1W
A No. 1 Whlto Leghorn rooster.
1941 South King St. 41'
A ladles' Jade comb, on Tuesday even
ing, on Nuunnu Avenue between
School street nnd F. A Schnefer'a
residence Finder will be reward
ed on returning same to tho Bul
letin office. 417S-.lt
Last Sunday from tho neighborhood
ot Knmehameha School, cno sorrel
marc, short tall, blaze face", un
shod. Return to 10 S. King St.
and rocclve reward. 4140-lf
Pointer dog, lUcrnnd white; answert
to name of "Sailor." Reward If
returned to K. II. Paris, 1138 Wil
der Ave. 4175-tt
Sigma Alpha npsllon fraternity pin.
Finder kindly notify Chnrles Al
bright, this office. 4161-tf
dragoo-fly pin containing opal and
emeralds. Reward pn return to
this office. 4141-tt
Collar pin, engraved "C. C. C." Will
the finder kindly leave at Bulletin
Brown leathor bag, containing mon
e) nnd papers. Reward nt this of
Horse, buggy and harness. Add rem
Ceo. Adams, Kwn. 4176-lm
A K. of
Owner call nt this
What spot in these Islands can ex
ceed the great Waimea Plains in
beauty, climate and diversity o( scen
ery! City folk in want of rest and
recreation will learn with pleasure
that the Waimea Home of Mr. David
Forbes, late Manager of Kukuihaele,
is now in the hands of Mr. H. Akona,
the well-known Chef.
The premises may be rented fur
nished by week or month on reason
able terms. Apply to
H. AKONA, WAIMEA, HAWAII.
P. 0. Address, Kawaihae.
Mr. and Mrs.
INQ, and other
444 KINO ST.,
at the automobiles, buggies and car
nages we nave recently overhauled
THEN SEE Ua
W. W. Wright Co,.
King Street near South
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