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EVENING .BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., TUESDAY. FEH. 1C, 1909.
Woven Wire Mattresses repaired at
ttao Factor Honolulu Wire fed
Co., 12S0 Alapal St. Telephone
Yee Sing Kee-Plumber and Tinsmith,
Smith St., bet. Hotel and I'ouahl. .
SIX BEDROOM HOUSE PACIFIC
Servants' quarters. Stable. En
tire premises are in first-class order.
Immediate possession. ., j . .
$30.00. a month. "
'! " , ,.l.
i! Bishop TrustCo. Ltd.
NO. 924 BETHEL STHF.ET.
manufactured from pure distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
0A1IU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone 528.
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25o per
hundred in 10-lb. lots
cr more. ,
W. O. DARNHART,
133 Merchant St.
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Queen Street :: :: :: Honolulu.
t Soothing Syrnp
has fcetn tuert for over SIXTY
YUARS Xy MILLIONS ot Mother.
,MQs T11 .Perfett sneecu. IT
bOOTIIKS tho CIlILn, BOlfXENB
tho OUMfl, ALLAYS all pain.
oy Drag-puts la every put of the
B Wln.'ow' Soothing Srrupand take
wurtu. tm aura ana asK lor Jtl
beau a uorue.
An Oldaid WtU:tritd ItjMMii
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importer and Jobbers
AMERICAN DRY GOODS,
FORT and QUEEN 8T8.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order,
Picture Framing a Specialty.
663 S. BERETANIA ST.
You Want Electric Wiring Done oi
Private Telephone Installed or Dr
Batteries, call the
UNION ELECTRIC CO.,
G9 Beretania St. Phone 310
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
pairs execut'd at shortest notice.
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 Iwilel; Tel. 430.
The latest and largest assortment
of hand-made and painted leather
postcards in Hawaiian Views, Flow
ers and Fruits, at
WEEDON'S CURIOSITY BAZAAR
Hotel St., bet. Bethel and Nuuanu.
AINU Ullll.H 1'IAmJB.
THAYER PIANO CO,
H HOTEI. STItF.KT.
For "home-help, phone White 2891,
Maklkl. Oonerdl Emplcormenjt Ot
flce. cor. Pensacola and Deretanta.
Dr. Bchurmanri. Hour 8-9 ft, m.;
,4-C pi ro. 224 EmmaiBauare.
i ' ' '
For Walanae,'WalaIua,'Kahuku and
War Statlons-9:15 a. m.. 'SiJO p. m.
For.Pcarf Clty.'Ewa Mill and Way
Stations tj;30 a. 'm,'9:l5 a. m.,
11:06 a.m, 2:1S p. m., S20 p. m.,
5:15 p. ra., (9(30 p. m.( flltOO p. m.
For' Wahlawa 9:15 a. m, and
B:lC p. m. '
Arrive Honolulu' from Kakaku,
Waialua arid' Walanao-i-8:30"a. m.,
..'BiSlp. m. . ;
Arrlveln Honolulu front Ew Mill
and Pearl CMty J7:46 a. m., 8:3G
a. m., "10:33 a. m, l:40'prm., 4:31
p m., StSl p. m, 7:S0ip. m.
Arrive Honolulu from Wahlawa
8:36 a. m. and 5:31 p. m.
t Ex. Sunday.
t Sunday Only.
The Halotwa. Limited, a two hour
train (only first-class tickets hon
ored), leaves 'Honolulu overy'Sunday
at 8:22 a. m.; returning, arrives In
Honolulu at ID: 10 p. ra. Tho Limited
stops only at Pearl Ctty and Watonas.
O. P. DKNISON. V. C. SMITH.
MR. and MRS.
ing and other
llha St. above
Beretania, Atakea, nd Union,
Always on Hand. Young'Pigs, Foul
try, .Eggs, Fresh Butter and Cheese.
Sam Wo Meat Go.,'
Sing Street Market. Tel. 288
Y0UNQ TIM. Manager. v ,
King Street, Ewa of Fisnmarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY.DE
Everything that the Name Implies.
Office Supply Xo.,L.(I.
931 FORT ST. .
All kinds in rolls and sheets.
AMERIOAN-HAWAIIAN PAPER A
SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen Sts., Honolulu.
Tel, 410. George O. Guild, Gen. Mgr.
Horse, Harness and
For Sale, Guaranteed.
A. R. Rowat, D.V.S.
777 KING ST.
185 editorial rooms 250 busij
ness office. These are the telephone'
numbers of the Bulletin office.
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, AND .FLEET'S
STAY f PACIFIC
Inside History of Cruise
Thought To Be
DID ROOSEVELT PROMISE
TO WITHDRAW FLEET?
New York Herald Brings Out Sug
gestive roinu in connection
With the California
New York, January 22. A special
fiom Washington to the Herald say:
Coincident with President Roosevelt's
pronounced efforts to prevent antl-
Jnpancso legislation In California'
conies a roport to tho highest illpln-'
liintlc authorities here that tho Presi
dent and the Japanese foreign office
understand each other far better than
l.i known to the public. It Is also
said that President Roosevelt has for
some tlmo been using every effort to
discount In advance any action on the
part of the American people which
might be construed In Tok,lo as un
fmornblo to Japan.
At tho same time It Is asserted that,
the1 Itinerary of (he battleship fleet
was In the Japaneso foreign office be
fore It was given out for publication,
here and that there was a complete
understanding between Japan nud
President noosovelt that the fleet
would not change. Its Itinerary, or,
in 'other words, would not remain In
the Pacific ocean boond a certain,
This report, coming as It does from'
an authority little to be questioned,
has set diplomats who have heard It
somewhat agog today by Its Implied1
meaning that tho President with
drew the fleet from tHo Pacific be
came of nn understanding with and
practically at the dictation of Japin.
" No orto knows how the diplomatic
negotiations between tho President
and Japan were conducted or wheth
er the suggestion thnC tho fleet should
not remain In the Pacific beyond nn
agreed date camo from the Japaneso
foreign office or from the President
himself. It Is believed posslblo that
the President rany simply havo In
formed Japan that tho fleet would not'
remain, In order to quell any bus
picion of hostilities and permit the
fleet to continue Its world cruise with
uninterrupted good feeling toward
oil nations to which It paid Its re
It Is nlso believed possible that tho
Pcsldcnt may have wished to giro
tho Japuncso foreign ofllco nn emer
gency measure of "big stick" to hold
oer tho heads ot any Jingoistic dlsi
turbers, and thereby Indicate formal-,
ly that under no conditions would the.
fliet remain In tho Pacific. These aro
Homo ot the assumptions heard slnco
the news that there was some word
o' an American-Japanese agreement
rclatho to tho fleet's cruise. ,
It is known that tho officials and
merchants of Manila were very an
xious to have the fleet stay longer In
Philippine waters to mnke up for tho
time lost through the cholera epi
demic, nnd that It Was proponed to
cut short tho time allotted to the
Mediterranean In order to permit the
crews to have more shore liberty In
the Philippines. Naval men wcro
Willing to stay longer and Indulge
In battle practice. Hut Washington
refused all requests, the battleship
fleet was hurried away and then per.
mitted to drift aimlessly In fragments
around the Mediterranean. '
Diplomats here look back to Severn
incidents at the time the world crulao
van first planned, and which they
think highly significant.
Tanan Crirtrt'orl Ttl-nlMionr.
.r. .r "t.v . i7r..rT .. .. .-J
-it is renjenuioreu iiiai wnen it was
first announced that the licet Vould
encircle thi globe Japanese diplomats.
here1 said little, but indicated that
the Japanese Would not particularly'
relish seeing the bulk of the Amer
ican navy transferred to the Pacific
or tlie vicinity of thelr'domaln. This
was considered Justified because the
Are of Japanese Jingoism was burning
high and tho Japanese foreign office
Vius nfruld'tho President might pour
on oil whlle'they were attempting to
quench It by pouring on water.
Tho Japanese cmbnBsylntlmatcd
nun modernise -woum oo very expen
sive, ihey thought; that the Amer-
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A Skin of Beauty Is a Joy Forever
rS. T. FELIX GOl'RAUD'S ORIENTAL
- CREAM OR MAGICAL BEAUT1F1ER
lUmtma Tu. flraplw, 1
Wtckltl. Uoth Valthlt,
nwi, -in a piibs fiirsMrt-,
bbd tTtry pumipai
(ft) b4kul7, ftndtU
tea dttictloa, II
buuood t tut
of to yvtrt, us
It to bumWaa
U pro-mly m-adt.
Celt ofv itmllkt
Buat. Or. I. A
Hair 11.14 to ft
lavlf of tht baut
ton ( ttUao:
' fott IftUUl
WlU UH U3IB.
(lrumi' Clroaui' th Ui tormr
kin ,puailons t Ml; 1 .11 Oruiut
Oooil, llralora la tkt Uolua tu, Cu.J I
b tarmrul ft ftU tbt
UD.T.HOPUIS, Prop, 37 Suit Jones SJtmI, IiwToiV,
- y. . -w.
lean vessels would probably suffer
from the long strain and that no
good of any kind could bo accom
plished. ' '
M Mbooka, then counsellor of the
Jnpancio embassy when asked If the
fleet would be lnvlte.d to Japan, said
(hot It undoubtedly would not be.
Ot course If the American osscls
iniKOd the vicinity ot his country, ho
said, they would probably call, but ho
did not think It would be expedient
to advcrtlso their coming at that par
In respoqso to other questions per
taining to the'flcct M. Mlynoka, who
had 'practically taken th'q reins from,
the hands of Viscount Aokl, the Ja
panese ambassador, temporarily, nt
least, gavo out an Intcrvlow which he.
recalled before l got Into print. This
Interview touched on tho Snn Fran
cisco school question In a very Indi
rect way, nnd showed that the Japan
ese people might or might not wel
come tho fleet, according to the pur
pose for which It was holng sent to
It Is said that M. Mbaoka still
hoped at that time that the fleet
would not go to Japan, but tha't Vis
count Aokl ndvlscd him against mak
Ing any public statement on the mat
ter until the "air had been cleared"
at the Whlto House.
uipiomnis say wiai mis was uie
attitude of the Japanese when the
Wnrlil rrlllsn nf Hi., fleet WOS first SUE.
gcslcdl nnd IHat there was mbre con
cern nt the Japahcso" foreign office
than suspected. The President and
Viscount Aokl were busy, however,
rcommunlcntlons passing between
th'chi 'almost 'dally.1 'Of h sudden tho
attltudo of tho Japanese seemed to
change, the Japanese ambassador.
who hnd kept silent on tho subject,
said the Japanese wcro most nnxlous
to have tho fleet visit Japanese wa
ters; that honors and celebrations
were awaiting tho American naval
officers by their Japanese brethren
dnd that tho 'Mikado would mnke the!
commander ot tho flect'thc guest of
tho1 Japanese nation.
From the White Houso the cll al'
s'i hppenred to bo lifted. The fleet.
It was explained, was going on a
cruise of pcaco to Japan to demon
strate how perfect was tho under
standing between tho two nations.
Hints that Japun might object wcro
laughed at and the program was put
through exactly as planned, with tho
Presidont ready to bo congratulated
ut having so Justly Judged tho tem
perament, o(,ho, Japanese.
llkE A H1KA.I. .
Frightful cases of eczema cured by
atmnlo oil of wlntergrccn.
Phslclans In general admit tho su-l
pcrlor valuo oT simple medicines for all
' Porecicma nnd other skin diseases,
of similar nature, certainly inothlm-
In tho world could bo simpler than thq
formula for D. D. D. Prescription (old
of nlntergrrcn compound In liquid
form) now recognized nB the remedy,
This wonderful remedy Is composed
principally cjf common oil of winter
green, carefully combined with Bitch
well known healing and antiseptic sub,
stances as thjmol, glycerine, etc.
Read this letter:
"About December, 1905, 1 sent to you,
for a sample bottlo of our remedy,
stating that I had a case of psoriasis
of fho j cars' standing. After trying
It, I ordered through my druggist, Mr,
E. P. Griffin, six uottlc of jcur remedy1,
I showed him how I was afflicted. Tho
dlseaeo had covered my limbs," part ot
my body and began breaking out on
"1 began using p. D. D. Prescription
according to your directions. Used
Ave bdttlCB and was' cured sound Arid
well. I 'showed my druggist again and
ho was 'surprised. Said It looked al:
mbst like a miracle ,td him. ' ', ' ;
"That has been almost a jear ago
and I sea no signs of Its return. 1
wanted to seo whether It would como
back'Jor not, beforo writing you,' my,
everlasting' -thanks1 for such a' 'grist
remedy, -r ,
v ' "My skin Is Just ds feoftfanU nice as
It over wns." ' ,i '
D. P, M1M.BR,
R. F. D. 2. Smlthvllle, Mo.
, Such a. wonderful cxporlenccwo feel
sneaks' for 'itself. Honolulu Driiir Cn
Thero will bo a bntul concert this
TucBtlny opening at 7:30 ut Thomas
March National Guard of Hawaii.
......... r. IlorKer
Overture Jolly Students 'Siippa
Wnltt Laura Mlllocker
Selection Faust Gounod
Vocnl Hawaiian Songs .nr. by Derger
Selection Pirates of Pcnzanco .,,
Waltz Paraillso of tho Pacific, Horgor
Polka Nuuanu Valley IK-rger
"Tho Star Spangler Hanner."
According to the local agents of tho
American Hawaiian Hue, the Steam
ship Columbian will leave Seattle and
Tacorua for Honolulu direct, Foliruary
IK. Tho S. 8. Arlzonan will nail from
San Francisco to Honolulu dlrt-ct, Feb
. An Inhalation for
roncrtitis, uougns, ,
" Diphtheria, Catarrh. '
Oraaolana Is m Boon t Asthmalloa.
I. .. um ma ffrtl to brttlhf la a
Mm-47 for eiatawa at Uia t-.bl- Olfau llo
MUif ina rrnM7 inn , - ,
f!ul,ne rufri becunM U' all. Ttnatni
Ironilr .nlli-ptle, ll ciillrf ' lha ajMa-
;..?-- i.w -.-I..... v. -I.l-v n-ATbnff-d and
eofiiuat Irralmf nU II U lTl.abU to aitil.ua
alto .mail cnuartn.
Thim of a Con
WIU find iDim-dlilo rtllf C
from Oonfbf rr Ufl.moa
Condition of tho throat.
Pond joftol for do
110 niton Stioat,
Our 1000 Model G
WILL BE HERE IN TWO WEEKS,
OUR CHALMERS-DETROIT CAR
hat fulfilled all promises.
We are agents for
Our expert on magneto, storage
batteries and coils is here.
A specialty is made of Repairing
MERCHANT ST. TEL. 388.
FOR TWO WEEKS
$ .75 SKIRTS, CUT TO.. .,...$ .50
$1.00 SKIRTS, CUT TO.. .,...$ .75
$1.25 SKIRTS, C1JT T0...,...?1.00
Ul.50 SKIRTS, CUT TO $1.25
$1.85 SKIRTS, CUT TO. ..--.$1.50
$2.25 SKIRTS, CUT TO $1.75
$2.50 SKIRTS, CUT TO $"2.00
NUUANU below HOTEL.
STEWART SAN FRANCISCO
BEARYoSTREET ABOVE UNION SQUARE
JUST OPPOSITE HOTEL ST. FRAKCIS
EUROPEAN PLAN S1.B0 A DAY UP
AMERICAN PLAN $3.00 A DAY UP
A naw doan town hotel. Slid ind
kilck structurs. FurniahecJ at a coil if
$150,000. Eurj comfort isd eoniml
tnci, On oh lints trinsltrtlnz It all
puts ol city. Omnibus mull aD train
and atsamtrt wm.
Now recognized as 'Hawaiian
Cable Address "TRAWETS."
s. Autos -
,Your machine will be ready for
you when we say it will be. Wa
don't experiment on. autos; we repair
'them " rt - - i- rj
Von Hamm - Young
Co.,, Ltd.; .
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDINO.
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
TELEPHONE 1331 1
and cloth of A-l quality can be pur
F, 0. Box 901. .Telephone 031,
TOURING CAR, $1185.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
MERCHANT ST. NEAR ALAKEA,
Advertisement Under this Healing
One Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad
vertisements Inserted for Lest Than
Experienced traveling salesman for
wholesale dry goods house; refer
ences nnd state salary expected.
' Address P. O. Itox C74. 4230-Gt
Uveobody to make money by plant
ing cocoanuts. Inquire for plants,
box 102 Llhue, Kauai. 4190-tf
Clean wiping rags at the Bulletin of
Dctwcen' Diamond llcaa and Ulack
Point, leather case with ono Ther
mos Dottle. Finder leao at this
ofTico and receive rewnrd,
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE.
Keklo Tract U)ts 48 and 49 on Cart
wright Road 100x100.
Kntulanl Tract I-oIk IS, 10, 17, 18 and
19, Ulock 0 on Road F, 210x100.
Puupuco Tract Lot on Manoa Road,
nearly an acre In size.
bail Chong Tract IjIb 10, 41, 42 and
43, 300 ft. off King St., near
Kameliamclm IV noad, 200x
Kanlolanl Tract Iits 3. 4 and C. on
' ' Mokui'a 81 , three blocks be
low King St , 100x130.
Wccdon Tract LotH 12 and 13 on King
St.. near Baseball Tract, lOOx
Wjlllo Street Improved lot, 100x208.
Wilder Anciiiio ISO ft. on Wilder Ae,
100 ft. deep.
Kuuauu Street Largo lot Just oft Nun
anu oboto School ,
Mounakcn Street Wnlklkl 8ldo, 25x63,
Call and soo us beforo buying and
look ovor'our list of properties for said
In all parts of tho city.
House and lot, Kallhl Iload, Kalu
lanl Tract; 8 rooms nnd bath.
J4 bedrooms; chicken houses,
and Darn; largo lot. 200x250.
Rental. 118 50 tier mo.
22 50 Per"monlh, Kmma 8t , nhovo
vineyard, 3 n. It., o Hoonf
Houso nnd llath, Klectrla
Lights, natural wood finish.
TO BUY FOR CASH1
$10,000 Residence hotwecn Nuuanu
Bt nnd Thomas Square and
below Vlnejard St. and Lunn
lllo St ; large house; must
have seven bedrooms. '
14,500 Residence in good location
with large, well Improved
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE.
A. V. GEAR, Manager. (
' TRY THEM.
)Get.ittNow on our easy-payment
plan. Come in andnear
some. re cords.
lERQSIROM MUSIC Co., Ltd.
Every, One of Them, See ourI
J. M. L E V Y & C 0.
941 NUUANU ST. "
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the ntwa of the day.
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One Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad
ve'rtliements Inserted far Less' Than
Ten Cents. w
Largest stock In the South Sen Isl
ands ot Samoan, Tongan, Fijian,
nnd Solomon Island Curios mats,
fans, tnpa, shells, etc. Fonpartlc
ulars address Uox 20, Kohala, Ha
Family horse; good driver; afraid ot
nothing. Apply 1049 Ucretanla.
Fine pair ot imported geese. X.
Underwood, Telephone 7,5.
A good riding horse.
H.," Uiillctln office.
New nnd thoroughly furnished houst
In Manoa Is for rent for one or twe
years. Address "H.," Ilulletln of
Hall In Alakea building, cor. Alakca
and King; 40-35; In good condition:
well lighted. 4229-lw
Furnished S-room cottage; also houso
keeping rooms. Inquire Cottage
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mrs.
D. McConnell, 1223 Emma St.
Solar Heaters. 30 to 100 gallon ca-
pacity. Galr. Tanks, 5 gallon JoJlQO
galUn capacity, u French Ranges, sti
es 4 ft. to 10 ftT for brick' setting.
Range closets and seats suitable for
use in schools or plantations. Sheet
Metal Work and'Finmbing.Estimates,
Jobbing promptly executed.
EMMELUTH & CO.. LTD.
TEL. 211. 145 KINO ST.
What spot ia these Islands can ex
ceed the great Waimea Plaint U
beauty, climate and diversity of scen
ery? City folk in want of rest an4
recreation will learn with pleaanre
that the Waimea Home of Mr. Dajid
Forbes, late Manager of Knknihaele,
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 Jo ' .,
H. AKONA, WAIMEA, HAWAII
F, 0. Address, Kawaihae.
at the automobiles, .buggies and car
riages we have recently overhauled
0 MTHEN SEE, US, ,
W. W. Wright Co..
King Street near Sooth '
- Acoicn wnisnev 1
W. 0. Peacock & Co., Ltd.,
Mr! and Mrs,
UNO, and other
WING .GHONG CO
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL ',
Dealers in Furniture Mattresjei,
Etc., Etc All kinds of K0A M
MISSION FURNITURE Made 'X
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