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BVENINfl BULLETIN, HONOLPitL'T; in, MONDAY,' DEC. lilOOR.''
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PIANO AMD OHQAN.
James Sheridan Pianoforte Maker
and Tuner. 162 Hotel St. or Ha
waiian News Co. For Bale, very
cheap, (lightly used, full Grand
Decker Piano, Aeolian Organs and
Upright Pianos, guaranteed.
Prof. N. M. Lewis, 1462 Emma St ,
teacher of Piano nnd Organ. Grad
uate ot Doston Conservatory,
Toy home-help, phone White 2891,
Maklkl. (leneral Employment Of
fice, cor. Pensacola nnd Heretanla.
BULLETIN ADS PAY
Current Rate of
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
No. 924 BETHEL STREET.
5y pranuu in every put o( the
JwldTTT. nn and uV for lira.
Window's BoothUir STrnpt.d take
nuicr .inu. 0. un a aovuf ,
BUILDING M AfERfAL '
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER,
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Queen Street :: :: :: Honolulu,
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importer! and Jobber
AMERICAN DRY GOODS.
FORT and QUEEN ST8.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing- a Specialty.
563 S. BERETANIA ST.
You Want Electric Wiring Done or
Private Telephone Installed or Dry
Batteries, call the
UNION ELECTRIC CO.,
69 Beretania St. Phone 310.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and RIYITED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular at
tention paid to OB WORK, and re
pairs executed at shortest notice.
4000 Oreen Rooting Slate 10"xl0".
COO One and Two Prong Iron Fence
1 25-gallon Drum Commercial Eth
er. 1 Custlron Fitting with Flanges,
for 12" Wrought Pipe.,
EMMELUTH & CO., LTD.,
145 King Street. Phone 211.
HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO., LTD.
Dealers in FERTILIZERS suitable
for all crops, fcllmatio and soil con
ditions. OFFICE Brewer Building, Hono
lulu: Tel. 272. v ,
FACTORY at Iwileij Tel 430.
Anu vtxinn hahud.
THAYEn PIANO CO.
1CS IJOTKL STflKKT.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 183,
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iHi&tlhw iV'jiif?riMiftiiiBiMi'lsii fofiiLi7-iftiff rld in'
Woven Wire Mattresses repaired at
the 1'actory Honolulu wire Ded
Co , 12S0 Alnpai St, Telephone
Tfee Sine Kee-Plumber and Tinsmith,
Smith St , bet. Hotel and Pauahl.
Dr. Schnrmann. Hours 8-0 a. ci,;
4-C p. in. 224 Fmmn Square.
For Graduate Nunes Phone 10S7.
Fresh, wholesome, and of every
variety at ... .
Beretania, Alakea, and Union.
' 'Phone 104.
At a Discount
arc just as easy tp get' as a good job
of painting at a cheap pri.ee. When
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. Ho amateurs
do the work in. our Garage. ,
Alwavs on Hand. Young Pigs, Foul
try, Eggs, Fresh. Butter and Cheese.
Sam Wo Meat Co.,
King Street Mtrket. Tel. 288
YOUNG TIM; Manager.
f MR. and MRS:
ing and other
Res. 1707 Li-'
Itha St. above
137 MERCHANT STREET.
I OTS FjUR, SALE '
tN KAPIOLANJ PARK., ADDITION
and other desirable localities.
For Sale at a Bargain Premises
t Huuula on the beach, a two-story
house and furniture, at a bargain.
manufactured from puie distilled wa
ter. ,pellvercd to any part of city by
courteous i driver. L . I '
0AHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,'
Kewalo. Telephone 628,
All kinds in rolls and sheets.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN PAPER A
SUPPLY CO., LTD.-
Fort and Queen Sts., Honolulu.
Tel..410. George G. Guild, Gen. Mgr.
If water rusts iron, what will it dc
to a man'rstomachel The
WILL OIVE YOU THE ANTIDOTE1.
BULLETIN ADS PAY
t wnen 'the
GAS is turn-
ed on in
Wonderful Motion 'Pictures bring
ing to view scenes from many lands
and 'embracing Comedy, and Pathos,
Two changes eaohTweek.
Monday and Thursday
Shadows of a Great City; A Rus
sian Drama; The New Military Air
ship Ville de Lais; In Pursuit of a
Suit; Making Charcoal: Strenuous
War-Veteran's Story; In the Days of
Louis XVI; The Avaricious Father..
Fresh Fruits and
Satisfaction Guaranteed or Money
Corner Beretania and Alakea Sts.
IMPORTER OF FRUITS AND
from California, Vancouver & Seattle.
O.V.G. Special ' "
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.,
ALWAYS THE BEST.
Prompt Delivery. Phone 270,
Thorobred Bull Terriers
A. R. Rowat,:D.V.S.
HOTEL STREET NEAR FORI
M. At Gunst & Co.
FORT AND KING STREETS. ,
Auto for Hire
MANUEL REIS. Call nn at anv
time by telephone any one of these
numbers: 200. 200. 1007.
"For 8alt" cards at Bulletin.
IN AUTO WRECK
Machine Collides With
Buggy And Young
As the result of'nli nutomobllc ac
cident which occurred shortly after
midnight last night Ed. Dulsenbclg
now lies In the 'Queen's r Iloipltul.
Dillsenbcrg wns driving a buggy nnd
nn nutomoblle'drlven by Trunk Low-
Is collided with this, Wrecking tho
rig entirely, nnd throwing tho In
mates of both vehicles Into the duck
ponds nt tho side ot the road. No
serious Injuries 'were -sustained li
nny except Dulsenberg, who una
picked up unconscious and taken to
the hospital. Tho accident occurred
on Walkjkl road near Lewers road.
According to one story. It wns a
head-on Collision, It appearing that
Dulscnbcrg was on tho wrong stdo ot
the road. Lewis, It Is said, could not
see the rig because ot another auto
mobile which was Just ahead ot him
nnd which Itself nnrrovvly missed the
bugg). Another story wns told but
night to tho effect that tho automo
biles wero racing, nnd that the buggy
was struck from behind.
The buggy was literally torn to
pieces by the collision aud tho mar
chine will liae to go to tho repair
shop. Frank Lewis Is known to bo
one of the most careful drivers In
tho clt), but tho accident last night
accentuates tho rlced'of a speed-limit
law being fixed lor automobiles along
Knlakuua avenue and tha Walklkt
loid, or elimination of racing where
thcro Is so much public travel.
Ono ot tho most elaborate, It not tho
best reception, given under tho man
tigemclit of ,'npancso In Honolulu was
given last Saturday n'ght by tho Mo
clilzukl Club at Wnlktkl in Ik nor of
M. Tuklcda, manugcr. of (ho Yil uhunia
Specie Bank. '
Tho I cccptlon was held In tho re
ception room of, tho club, whciotho
guests wero presented to Toklnl.i bj
K. Otsukii, sub manager of Iho fbank
mid II. P. Wood of tho Promotion Com
iiitttee. Tho reception 'w ,is n repre
sentative one. Almost all Iho differ
ent nationalities wero represented by
their leading members.
Tho club houso nnd Iho grounds
wero brilliantly Illuminated and the
decorations wero splendid. After tho
reception tho guests Hero escorted to
scats nround tho tables, where the
sat down to dine.
Tokicda during tho banquet mado n
ncnt speech nnd wclcomod tho'uosta
who had responded to tho Invitations
extended tlietn. C. M. Cooko, on bo
halt of tho Honolulu merchants, re
sponded, Tho guests wero entertained
by geisha glrla and a professional Jap-
Among thoso present "woro C. M
Cooke, L. T. Peck.. I. F. Hackfold, John
Watcrhousc, A. L. C. Atkinson, V. L.
Whitney, f. L. Walilron, n. It. 8tnck-
(.blc, Juilgo M at t hew man, J. A. Mo
Caudlcss, Professor Scott, Dr. Katsa-
nnmn, I)r. Mltnmuia, Consul General
Utnn. Vlco Consul Alio. nK II. Trent,
Joseph ti, Pratt, Cliu Gem, Prod Ma.
kino. Dr. KoJImn, T. Iwannga, W. Mo.
lo'shlgo, 8 Nnkainura, Secretory Tsu.
chi) a, S. Shcba, J. Kawano, Chun
Ming, Tong Kau, Marshal Hendry,
Charles P. ChlllliiKWorth, W. T. Lucas.
D. Yoncknra, K. Vamamoto, K. Iso-
slitniit and many others. - '.
ETI1EL ZANES WOtS '
ARE NOW OF THE PAST
Tho hoodoo that has followed tho
LChooner Hthel Zunu since she arrived
here, seems ubout to bo laid to rest.
Tho accountB (if tho craft arc being
fctrnlghtcncd out this afternoon, Mon
day mornlhg tho crow will bo signed,
end about noon on Iho samo day sail
will bo hoisted nnd a start mado foi
tho Pacific Coast,
Dad luck has followed tho Hthel
Zano biiico sho reached port hero. Her
commander, Captain Otierg, fell 111 and
had to bo taken to tho liosplial foi
treatment. Tho attending physicians
announced that ho would ho unable to
command n ship for somo time.
Tho owners ot tho schooner wero
j'otlfk'd by cubic, and the) Instructed
Iho commander of tho W, 1) nlnl, in
other nt their vessels, to put jvfcoocj
man In command for tho lolurn. tip
Tho choltn of tho mill's captain was
his "'second mate, Podeisnn,
PedjsrBon evidently becamo spmo
what puffed up, at Iho thought of be
ing u real captain, and ho Is alleged
to have looked too long on the wjno
when It was red. In consequence' tho
crews sent on boiril refused to staj.
Shipping CfininifiT'tinnrr Almy Investl
1'ileil, and then sent another cable
Cram to tho owners,
Pursuant to Instructions fiom tho
ovviiern, Commlsslnm r Almy"put tho
matter of n coiiimander up to tho.Wnl
(igcuts, the Dlllliibliam Couipaii), and
.iAsvriiiiii fr&iitift.Myfr & '.t
Sounding tho praises of
Ayor's Hair Vigor. That's
what every ono does who uses
'for tho hair.
If you don't
praise it, then
you must not
uso it. You seo,
you will ho bo pleased
with it that you will
just havo to tell your
friends nll'about it.
removes dandruff, makes tho
liair grow thick and heavy.
Handsomohair, rich, glossy
hair, always attracts. You
may havo just such hnir if
you will uso Aycr's Hair
Vigor. Accept no substitute.
tntuti to Br. J. C. i 4 e , ImS, Kin., U S. K
ARMY, NAVY AND
VALLKJO, Cnllf., Dec. 1. It Is re
ported heio that the monitor Wyom
ing, which was commissioned nt tho
Mara Island Navy Yard some six
weeks ago, with Commander J. J.
Knnpp commanding, will leave about
the middle of tha month for a cruise
down the coast, with a view to milk
ing n test ot her oil-hurulng appar
atus, befoie she starts for the Ha
waiian Islands the first of January.
Tho Wjomlng was entirely romodclul
nt the Nnv Yard, being tho only
largo vessel ot tho Nnv tiow equip
ped with oil-burning apparatus, ami
Is designed ns an experimental ves-
Bel, the success ot the oil-burning
furnaces In this ship determining
whether tho oil will bo used for fuel
throughout the Navy. Tests made at
tho Navy Yard under the direction of
Lieut. r W. Osbom. Indicate that
tlic oil will not only prove satisfac
tory us n fuel, but will do away with
one of tho frequent causes ot deser
tion In tho ben Ice, that of coaling
ship, which is tho most distasteful
work that a crew has to perform.
Capt. Charles P. Morso ot the Med
ical Corps, U. S. A., who has been
stationed nt Fort Howard for somo
time, has been detailed to duty on
tho Island of Oahu, nt tho entrnnco
to Pearl Ilurlyir. Capt. Morse will
go with tha I'trst Squadron of the
rifth Cavalry to San I'rnnclsco nnd
then to Honolulu on tho transport
sailing Jan. S. He will bo tho med
ical officer for tho military camp at
Oahu, which Is mado up for tho most
part of engineers engaged on the for
mications. Army and Navy Journal.
Tho following transfers at tho re
quest of tho officers concerned are or
dered: Capt. Wilson II. llurtt from
the nighteeuth Infantry to tlpi
Twentieth Infantr); Capt. Arthur S.
Cowan from the Twentieth Infantry
to tho i;ighteonth Infantry. Tho of
ficers named will be assigned to
companies by their respective rcgl
mental commanders, aud Capt. llurtt
will Join tho company to which ho
ma be assigned, (Nov. 19, W. D.)
Sqrgt. rirst-cluss Wjlllnm C. Liv
ingston, II. C, KUrt ltlley, Kas., will
bo sent to Port Iluaclmcn, for duty
with the Plrst aud Third Squadrons
Piftli Cavalrj, en route to the Ha
waiian Islands. Upon arrival cf
these -squadrons nt their station In
those Islands, Sorgt. Plrst-class Liv
ingston will repoit to the U. O. ot
tho camp for duty. (Nov. 21, W. D.)
First Lieut. John P. Kelly. M. It.
C Is relieved fiom temporary dtit)
at Fort Shatter, II T nnd at Foil
Ml ley, Cnl , upon return of First
Lieut. Francis M. McCnlluni, M. II.
C, to Fort Shatter, und will then re
port to U. O. of lump on Island of
Oahu, II. T., for duty. (Nov. SI,
At tho final session of the National
Orange rations ot Husbandly lit
Washington n jesolutlon was adopted
)iy tho dolegates lauding Secretary
.Wilson for his efforts to Impiovo tho
condition of the American farmer.
Mine, llmnia Karnes, tho operatic
prima donna, will celebrate hei tvven
tleth anniversary ns an opci.t singer
this season. Sho is one ot the best-
known stars on the opcintlc stage
and has created a number of famous
n it jj it n n t: t: iiunit t: n st n
Curtain Itntelilll, n vvoll known tmr
Iner of Honolulu, vvaa ctio-cn for tliu
tnmnnnd Tho skies nrO clear now
mill Captain llnsrhlll Is pie-piling to
take tliu Ethel Zunc home.
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Advertltementt Under this Heading
One Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad
vertlsement Inserted for Less Than
A joung man who has taken n busi
ness course in nny local school, to
take a permanent position in an
lifflce as assistant bookkeeper. Ad
dress "It. D," Uullotln offleo.
lly a oung lady, position as assist
ant bookkeeper or other office or
storo work. Address "II. D ," this
Small furnished cottage, above He Te
tania St. preferred. Addiess with
paitlculars, ," P. O. Uox 302.
A few 2d-hand electric fans. Address
"Uzca," llullctln office, stating
Position by expert bookkeeper and
statistician. Address "J. O. U"
liulletln office. 4090-tt
Second-band flat-top desk; must be
reasonable. Address "L.P.," this
A second-hand showcase, about 6x2x1
feet. Address with price "P.," this
A baby carriage. State condition
and prlco to "J. K.," Bulletin of
Clean wiping rags at the Bulletin of-
One or two rooms, with or without
board. Apply "II ," this office.
Fiirltlslied cottage, for light house
keeping, $12 per month. Apply
Honolulu Hotel, Nuuanu St.
House, 2 stories, S rooms, 14 IS Alapal
near Quarry St.; $18, water In
cluded; modern Improvements.
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mrs.
D. McConnell, 1223 Emma St.
Furnished house, 1713 Beach Road
Apply on premises. 4067-tf
Large furnished rooms.
732 Klnnu St.
BOOHS AND BOARD.
Sulto ot mosquito-proof rooms, with
Board, In private family. Hot and
cold water. 1'rlvato cntrnnce, etc.
Address 130C King St. 4173-lW
THE COUIITLAND Is n lilgh-class,
private hotel nt reasonable rates,
located nt tho corner ot Punahou
and Bcrctnnln nvenuo. 4171-lm
For lady and gentleman. Wilder Ave
nenr Keenumoku. Address "X. Y.
Z," this office. 4109-tf
Newly furnished rooms with or with
out board. 1049-50 Beretania St,
A'K. of P.
Owner call nt this
Take a run down to
and enjoy yourself
LADIES' FELT HATS, FEATHERS,
JUUHUflB, JaOWEKH, CHIF
Are Sold at Very Reasonable Prices.
wira irames Mad to-order.
30 KINO ST.
YOUR GROCER SELL!
Paii Ka Hand
At All Watclnlenlers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KINO Sts., Honolulu.
Advertisements Under this Hesdlng
One Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad
vertisements Inserted for Less Than
A valuable collection of stamps. This
collection Is tho property ot the
Widow of tho late II. W. liowen, -and
Is the result ot his effort In
many jears o( labor; they can ba
seen nt tho Hawaiian News Co,
Young building. 3911-tf
Fine corner lot In Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornamental trees
and all Improvements. Two min
utes' walk from cars and Punahou
College. Address It. I, this office.
House and lot, houo furnished or
unfurnished, 7 rooms, four closets,
electric lights and gns, on main
car line; At n bargain. Address
"Lcrols," Bulletin. 4109-tf
Collie pups, fiom pedigreed rtocn.
Price from $10 to $20; female $10.
Horner's Ranch. 4140-tt
Chesp Stable, In
good candltlon, '
50,000 acres of land In Konn, HnwalL-
Address S. Norrls, Kahuku.
Horse, bugg)-, nnd harness. Apply
to (leorgo Otdlug, Uvva. 4178-lw
A Nd. 1 White Leghorn rooster. No.
1941 South King St 4174-tl
A ladles' Jade comb, on Tuesday even
ing, on Nuuanii Avenuo bctwcui
School street and F. A Schaofer'
lesldence Finder will bo reward
ed on returning same to the liul
letln office. 417S-.lt
Last Sunday from tho neighborhood
of KjTnchnmchn School, one sorrel
mare, short tall, blare face, un
shod. Ileturn to ISO S. King St.
and rccclvo reward. 4110-tf
Pointer dog, liver nnd white, answers
to namo of "Sailor." He ward it
Jtturiicd to K. II. Paris, 1138 Wil
der Ave. 4173-tf
Sigma Alpha Kpsllon fraternity pin.
Finder kindly notify Charles Al
bright, this office. 41C4-U
A dragon-fly pin containing opal and
emeralds. Itcward on return to
this omen. 4141-tt
Collar pin, engraved "C. C. C." Will
tho finder kindly leave at llullctln
Brown leather bag, containing mon
ey mid papcis. Reward at this of
Horse, buggy and harness. Address
(lio, Adams, Hwa, 417C-Im
Lady's black coat,
Howard at this
What spot in these Islands can ex
ceed the great Waimea Plains inl
beauty, climate and diversity of scen-i
cry? City folk In want of rest' andl
recreation will learn with pleasure
that the Waimea Home of Mr. David, v
Forbes, 'late Manager of Kukuihaele,
is now in the hands of Mr. H. Akoaa,
the well-known Chef.
The premises may be rented far
nlshed by week or month on reason
able terms. Apply to
a. AKONA, WAIMEA, HAWAH.
F. 0. Address. Xawaihae.
at the automobiles, buggies and car
riarjes we have recently overhauled
THEN SEE US.
W. W. Wright ci!
King Street near South
Mr. and Mrs,
ING, and other
444 KINO ST.,
jrjsjsr"For Rent" cards on sale at