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nVENINO nUIXETIN, HONOLULU, T. II.. SATURDAY, JULY 17, 1909.
"Mr;.Dooley.On The Tariff"
BY F P. DUNNE.
WorjlWU, VM. by II
. k Cum tun) )
"Will nit, 2lil M.. l:oli, "'tis a
,MiiJ iii i. lit thlm tlnitors tin' cm
lirt ..i iih'm mo iliili' In Wiu.li num. Me
heart bleeds I r til ixiiii1 lolluws s.o.im
In uw.i) uilliorth tn ijuiLl tin iljnie
lth Capitol tin J i'l tu icjoice III u.1
Wto a u Khl tlicio tt tin stand on
Ci' Hjnio iiUtlorm with me riltiil b.x
lllll without eiiiUiiRcrlV his life. Th'
likin Iv je wiiil want to nee th' tirllt
rcjsoceit with a J ick pl.'iio or an Ice
pin;. Hut 111 tarllT lu been u Rool
ftlnJ to some It thlm bjyu nn tin it
frliul Iv ritnl It totuo Iv th' other
an' t'io Jim't InUnd to be roimli ttlh
It. A little iwntlo massasu to rejemeo
III' must prom'nent protliooborancen In
all (hat In iiIcIxbo Whlnltir tin) rub
hjr.l an' lb tariff beRluslo ttrinn Sin
- Itor Ahlilth s.iys: 'Clo a little alsler
there bo), lies tcr) tuiJlr In some
It thlm sihediilis. 1' rips tti'M ''ei
ther stop f'r th' ill) an' Kite him a
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M.' sats. All III' IiikI 1 hicrd nb'int It.
Ih' tntlrf was f.ir fr'm V.I11' Ih' an
1111' cmaiyatcd crather )e'il like to Bee
comln' out Iv th' Hlnlt chambei. It
won't hue to bo helped onto e'er
luck nil' )e won't notice 111111) dltt'
unco tn Uh welRht. No, sir. I slind
ill n't bj mrprlsed If lit. wan heartier
"Ale congressman slut mo a cop) h
Ih' tariff bill th' other 1I.1) He' a
line fellow tli.it LonRrexFiu 111 Iv mine
Ho looks nfther me Inlliifsts will,
lie known whit a ur-iuJt re,ult r I am
I ilon t cate what 1 rqjd So he Flat 1
1110 a rop) l th' tat Iff bllllm I've been
t.tnd)li' It fr n tuek 'TIs n lino I
lleee It summer llthriichoor
tu mil 1
h action an' romance. I haunt ical
imm thin' to nkel It since I lined In Rit
th' l)ijdwiH)d Dick SOllCS.
I 'I'm In fa or Iv liailn'Jt read on th'
roorlh iv July Instead Iv Ih' ilecbrn
linn Iv I111I) pliulante. It Riven )e some
Idee Iv tli kind Iv Rlor)oii9 Rovernnilnt
we're llvln' iindher, to see our fnjr
C0I11111I1I.1 iniltln' lit r brave )ouiir
nrniR nut an' deflndtn' th' products Iv
our roll fr'm steel rails to poroiin plant
hirs, hooka an' ojos, artificial hone
hair an' bone cisln's, which come un
dher tlh' head Iv clothing mil I i
pone Ik n I'ollle niinio f'r inntnlnons.
"Iv coorte low xordld rcP'e Hko y
IIInnlsB), will kick bcciunu Its roIii'
to cot )e more to IndulRo )e'er Ukto
In ennervatln' luxuries l)')u know
Slnltor Aldrlth? Ye ilnn I. I'm mr
prlrcd to hear that. He knows )c.
Why, ho nil but nientloiH )e'e" mnio
In two or three pi icei He does n
"1 Is a' If I10 null" 'Thin bore vulRir
plut)chr.u MlmilBK) l turnln' th'
lieidH Iv our )oiuu men with bin Kir
lib illiplj) Ilefure tliU ciuntlirlei
li ivc iit'rUhed bcjine Iv th' mtlnti
tlin Iv Hi' arr) stecracy We mubt
1 esarve Ih' I leola Iv Ar.ieil jtii hIui
nlclt Wo II thow thin vu par up
Marl Hut ho Lin't biimt ) lie hlx fel
low citizens be icoln' mouil cllnctel
up like an Afl)ut!r favrltu 1 Hi' liu
pror Ntcio, bo lilven. tlnvv will we
Kat at hlin, Ba)H )e? Well put a tiv
Iv Blty lur cent on umJ) miilo c'uth
In' coEthi' I03X thin ton ilollaiw a nu't
Ihiit'll linch him to raiunler m niey
vvriuiR fr'm Jnivn I). Mock) full ir In 111'
Hob dill) Pay. We"l ro further thin
that. We'll put a tax iv fort) pir cut
011 knitted uadherwear costln' Iubb thin
n dollar twlnt)-flvo n dozen, We'll
mako a atiecyal aBsmlt on woolen
hocks an' cowhide rliiicn. We'll make
tin crumple Iv this hero pampend
babu Iv fuituno' hujh ho. An' there It
in. Yo haven't Rot a thins on e'tr
back cxclpt ye'e nkln an" that may
bo there, I haven't Rot aa f4r us th'
hide schedule )et that nlut mcutiou
id In thla hero boolwark Iv our liber
(leu. It's ya'er own, fault. If ye will
pirslat In wcailn' thcte seeRivvs yo'll
li.ivu ,to pay fr thlm. If )o will go
011 dicoratin' yo'cr house with BliliiRle-
nn' paint an' puttln' paper on Hi' wallv
in' iidoiuln' tli" Inslile Iv it with )e'er
birb-islc taBto f'r eUht day clocks,
cane bottom chairs an' karntenc
jmpH,.)o'vo Rot to settle, that's alt
Yo've daunted )o'er wealth too long
In th' fnco Iv a sturdy peoplo
"Yo'd think th' wa kiil.Ii ua jo talk
that iVDthtn' la tnxtd. (t ntn t to.
TIs an Insult to Hi' patlirltlsm Iv run
Bless to say bo. Th' lepubllcan piity
with a good deal Iv ntsittaucu frm th
pilhrlntlr dlmm)crats has been tin 110
to Its promises. Look at th' frco list.
If )o lnn't bellovo It, Practically Ivry
thin' nldssiy tn elstcico comes in
fne. What, fr eMimp'e sijb o? I'll
look. Heru It Is, Cuillt.lK stones.
Tfieio I told ye. Ciir'lng Btones are
fne. Ye'JI be nblo to Siuy all o'll
fu'i'il this Biimmor f'r practically tiavv
tliln'. No m6r,i) " '
to this" counlhr) havo to conceal curl
ing stouoi In their stockln's to avoid
th' iniquitous ciutoms,
What elieT We'l teeth. H010 It
Is In tlC bill: 'Teeth free Iv jooty."
Undhcr fh' IJIngley bill thoy wore
Jieavlly taxed. Onless )u cud novo
that they had cost ye lots thin a bun-
-.lhcril dollars, (ir that yo had worn
thlm-f'r two ears' In P.u-opo or that
ye were brlngtn' thlm f'r scientific pur
I5e8',0f to give lo a mueoni, there
'j.was an opormous Jooty on teeth. Tli'
jgovernmlnt utod to slud piofissjoiul
humorists dunn to th' docks to catrh
II MrClurol"1' ,ul'"' nnu tlirs. Hut ri'm now on slhrong an' ye can Rtiiml u Jojfnl snr
'. ' jo can flaunt jo'er ueth In Hi' face prise. Ar-ru e ready? Well, thlm
It nnnj lusplctor. Yo don't hno to
dichiio tliltn. Yu (lout lino to nut
tliiin In th' bjttnm Iv H'f-r thrtint, Yo
ih lit hive In have thlm chalked or
lalio led btfilie ye Ret off Hi' dock. Ye
don't haVo In hind a live to th' In
rpictor in whisper. 'Ive Rot a few
blcimplds that I picked tin while
abioad He a Rood fellow an' let me
tliroiis.li' No, sir, tteth nro free.
"What other1 nlcl'sltles, sa)s )0?
Well, tin re a tea moss That's a good
thliiR Ivry lioor man will npprtqyate
Invln' tea moss to stir In his tea.
Newspapers, nuts an' mix vomica ar
re free. tan take th' tontlon Time
now Hut that ntu't all be anuy means
1he)'e remove 1 th' Jooty on I'uln. I
dldiit thlitk they'd ro that fir but
In spite Iv th' piotests iv th' Putii
foumlhrlca iv Shbo)Rin the) ruth
lessl) slhriick It fr'm th' list Iv Jooty.
nb'o articles. Yo know vhat Pulii is,
Iv coorte, an' I'm sure jo'll bo Rlad
to know that this refreshing blv'raRD
or soop Is on th' free list. Slnltor
ltfcot In behalf Iv th' pulu Rrowcr Iv
New York objlctel but Slnltor Ald
rlth was firm. 'No sli,' he sa)s, 'we
must not tax nnnythlnR (hat inters
Inlo Hr dull) lUo Iv th" poor,' he sa)s.
'While not a ilhrluklii' man mesllf. I
11m no bigot an' I wuj not dm) nnny
aitlsin his scuttle Iv pulu, he sa)s.
So pulu wag put on th' free list an' Iv
cimiih' .a 1 per an' Alazarln had to go
on too as It Is on'y be addln' thlm tn
pu 11 lli.it o ( 111 nuke nxlURreiro
"There was 11 grtoat sthriiRitlo over
can-11) bund aivd. IllirUlnt-itlvcs Iv
th' Chlcaito packers Insisted that In
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ill.tn ftrtht IfttllLkalvt l,l la.K tftlttlltl Ifl
I'.lk lull U tllUS. ..lUilii; oi.ii.w. n
thought that th' hcxt step wild be to
take th' jooty o.T cuttle (Uh bone an'
thus Bthriko 11 blow at th' very heart
Iv our protlotlvo s)sjem
Tillman who Is n Rru-at filnd Iv Hi1
cciury burrd an' Is nlvcr seen with
out wan peirhed on his wrist which
he has taught tn swear put up a gal
lant fight I'r his protects an' thou
sands Iv canar) bur rds .sang with n
lighter luMit that night. Canary bur-rd
setd will lj very cheap this )car no'
nnny Ameilcan wuirukln' man that
keeps a canary bur rd needn't go 10
bed hung-). There ought to be some
wi) Iv teachln'" their wives how to
cook It It wild make a nourlrhln' dish
whin )u have whetted yo'cr face on
tu plicV Iv cuttle fish bone. It is bet
1 tli'-r f'r th' voice thin corned beef an"
csb'jige, I'm stl-o that
Amcrlcin wiirru'iln' men
1101111 1 an' sins ("17 f.ielr wurruk Is
because the) nro Improperly fed. ,
j "Yea sir cinary bur-rd seed Is fr$e.
What die? lool-ln' down th' list I
ice thnt.dlvv) dlvv) Ib free also. This
was lit In as n comp'lmint to Slnltor
lAlliich. It's his motto. Do th' In
t!nai'u;tlon Iv this harmless dhrug in-' or. If bricks are handler, bricks nt th'
to th' dJscusElun lie's b:on ablo to rlprl'lntativcs Iv our email but sal-1,-Ht
a bill through that's sillsfiicthr) hint pirty. It wbb a lino thing to bcl
to hrjwjn. Hut I am suiprire'd to llilm fctiuiilln' be th' battle cry Iv our
(to that Fpunlt Is on th' frio llsi. Is
on- spunk Ind'usthreo dead? Is thcie,
nn pitnrltu to demand tint wo be
protictet jisainn th' pauper Bpunk,lv
Ifurnpoj M.i)b mo frlnd Wlllum
Taft had It put on th' free list. I see Th' rriitfctlvo tirlff is an abomyna
In u paaiir th othtr da) that what tlcm. It Is crushln' out th' llvis Iv
was needed at th' white house was a our people. AY wan Iv Th' worst
llttlo more spunk'', flut docs ho havo pmu iv this dlvvllrh injlno iv tyranny
to Import It fr'm abroad. I ask ye? 18 th' tariff on lathl-s. Fellow slnttors
Isn t there enough American spunk. ng long,' ho says, 'as I cm stand, as
"Well. Blr,ticre are a few Iv th' long as nature will sustain mo in pro
things that nro on th free list. Hut, test, vvhllo wan" llhrop Iv pathrlotlc
thoro are others, mind )e. Hero's
no mo Iv thlm: 'Apatite, hogs bristles,
wurruks Iv art more thin twlnty years onions,' he,sa)s, 'this dhrcad Imply
old, kelp, marshmallows, life boats, .mint Iv oppress) on is akelly used,' ho
silk worms eggs, stilts, skeletons, tux- a)s. 'to protlct th' bland an" beautiful
ties an' leeches. Th' new tariff bill
puts these famllynr commodytlcs with-
In th' reach iv all. Hut there's n big-
Bex surpriso waltln' f'r ye. I Mipposo
ye'vo been worried a good deal about
how much It was goln' to cost e to
Ket yo'cr this ) ear's yaelit tlu'ougli
th' custom-house, Yo were, weren't
07 I'vo noticed It. Ye've had to
pinch here an' there. Yo've Klvcn up
smokln. whin jeer wlfo come to ye
an' told yo sho was goln' to buy a now
lint 50'vo said: 'Hadn't yo bctthcr
put it off till vie me what wo havo to
pay In Jootlcs on that now six thou-
'Band horse tower tooiblne vacht tln(
jo so fooll h'y ordltBred whin jo were ontll July fourth n'nelecn hunlrtd
In Knghind vlsllln' Andhiew Camay, an' eighty two fiiln Ih' p'ioel.hcl
gle.' WeJI sir, o can tell jo'er wlfo Ibli tax mi fcither beds onle'ss Bomo-
to go down nn'
ordhor th'. biggest
h' window f'r, Hln-
peach basket In tli
nlssy, mo boy, fr'm now on ynchtB can
bo Imported free. Hero It h If )
don't believe me: 'Ynchts free Iv
Jooty.' Tlilm slmiilo wurruds will
bring a new hope to inanny a toller
nn' whin so go snllln off to ye'er
wurruk with jo'er sflovel on o'er
ehouldher next winter 50 can thank
Nelson Atdrlch that o don't huvo to
buy nn nut) moblll or walk
"Yo feel bctthcr now about iindher
wcar-costln' . Icssthlnadollar - twlntj
Hie a dozen fort-per cent, don't yo?i
Well, I'vo -saved th' best f'r th' last,
wnat it 'p mink ends th" rrep list? I'll
gli je tvlnty chnnces an' ye'll nlicr
guess. Illnnkcts? No, 8u;nr? Wrong,
Plannell shirts? Thry to bo a little
practical, Illnnlssy, Slnltor Aldrlch
ain't no mnjlcfun. Well, It might as
noil tell )c If c'er suro yVhonrt In
Josb sticks an op uni f'r Btnokln' ar-ro
on th' flee Hull If they ain't I'm a
Chin man nil If they nro I II be wan
pietty soon. How often have 1 timed
loe hind Hop Kiuir whin I Veu Wm
burnln' his priceless Joss sticks wlille
I had to worship lih an' infeeryot1
stench put up In Grand Hut Ids Mich
igan. How often have I seen him !
In" on top Iv mo weeks washln' pullln'
awn) at th' savr) rooster brnn.l an'
dhieamln' he was Ih' fniprorMv Chlny
while I've had to contlnt mesllf with
n stogy that give me a headache. Dot
that ihv Is iiassed. Me Rood an' groat
frlnd fr'm Ithodc IbI mil Ills' made mc
Ih' akel Iv ami) Chink that Iver rolled
a pill. Th; tariff U wudden't be
complete without tint there item. But.
It ought to read: 'Op)um fr smokln'
while rendln' th' tariff bill. Yo can
take this Bterlln' pit Co Iv llthrachoor
to a bunk with )o nn' light a ball Iv
hop. lkfure )e smoki! 11 i p'raps yo
can't see whcie th' tariff has been ro
Jooced. Hut aflher. )e've had a long
dhraw It nil, hetouies clear'1 16 ye
Ye'er worries .about th' chlldhrcns
rhoes dlsapilear an' )e see je'erellf
lloatln' over n purple bci Iv nlaxarln'
In )e'nr private )acht, lulled bo th'
London Times, stirroundid be wiirniku
Iv art more thin twint) )ears old, ntln'
mnishmillows an' cinary burrd seed,
wlill.0 th' turtles an' th' leeches- frisk'
on th' binnacle. An' Abr'nm Lincoln
comes In un' removes his pitcher fr'm
th' wall an' puts up n lllli graft iv th'
nun who fiu-il opium f'r smokln'.
An' )o whlsA to jo'ersllf: They
have rcjooccd th' tariff ns they prom
Iced.' An' It's all right till ye'er pipe
''Well, sir, If nobod) else hns read
th' debatts on th' tariff bill, I'have.
An' I'll toll )o HlunlsE), that no such
orathry has been been! In CongreSB
since Din'l Webster's day. If then.'
Th' walls iv Congi ess hall lias re
sounded with th' loftleat slutlmlntH.
Illnnury Cabin Lolgc in accents that
win! melt th' heart Iv th' coldest man
nyfacthrer Iv button shoes has pleaded
I'r freedom fr th' skin Iv caws." I'm
sorry to say (hat this appeal fr'm th'
cradle Iv our liberties wasn't success-
fill Th' hldo Iv th' pauperized kino
Iv Kuropo will havo to cough up at
th' custom house bofuro they can be
converted Into brogans. This pathrl
otic result whs seemed bo th' gallant
Halle)' Iv Texas. A fl.no llb'ral minded
fellow that lad Balloy. He's an ardlnt
free, thrader, mnd)o. He's almost a
slave to th historic prlnclilles Iv th" x
(llmm)cratlc party. Ye bet ho is.
nut lie's no blamed bigot. He can
have principles an' ha can Invo'thlm
nlone. An' I vvint to tell yo, me frlnd
that whin it comes to dlsthrlbutln' th'
honors f'r this hero leform Iv th' tar
iff don't )o fall to throw a few flowers
gland old organ) zatloti.
"Siys th' Slnltor fr'm Loulsyanny:
'Lonlj)anny, th' pioudost Jool In th'.l
dyadlm Iv our fair land, remains thruo
to th' honored tcachln's iv our leaders. 1
blood surges through mo liCUrt. 1 will
rnteo mo voice again a tariff on lathes
mollasses Iv th' stato Iv me birth,' ho
"'I am heartily in svmpathy with
th' slnltor fr'm Inulsyanny' snjs th'
slnltor fr'm Virginia. 'I loathe Ih'
tariff, Fr'm mo arllest" dnvB 1 was
brought up to look on It with plzcnous
hathred. At mnnny n con vlntlnn yo
cud hear 1110 whoopln' ailn It. Hut
If thero Is such n lot Iv thin mon-
sthmtis Iniquity pnssln" nroiind. dnn't
Virginia got noneT How about th'
mothor Iv prlchlents? Ain't she goln'
to havo a grub nt auvthlng? Olntle-
men I do not nsk I dentin I rights
I'l inn cnnnmiipi'pi'th I will talk heio
thing In done fr th' tamariCK birk Iv
nil Virgin) n.'
"'A slnltor! "Whit's It ut d foi?"
t "'Th' slnltor fi'm Vlrg'nvt: do
not qulto know. K Is ayether a cmo
f'r Hi hives or entheis Jiugely Into
th' 'maiuo rncture v cirpet sllppera
Hut thero s a frlnd lv mine a Hln Vlr
glnyan who mikts It 11.1' ho mods th'
"'Th' nrgjmlntH Iv th'. slnltor fr'm
Vlrglna nlo omnswcnb'e' fvh sin.
- 'Itor Aldrlch, 'Wild It be "icreo'bln l'i
- nie dlmmjcratlc rolhpno tn put both 1
feather beds an' his what's i cil -It
in- Bame intern?'
tn surn circiiniEPtsoH' " "
elnltor fi'm Vlrglmi 'I l.
foorced to waive 11m ulmoit iiti
prejudlco agjln th' hellUh doctliilnes
Iv th' distinguished slnltor fr'm Ithodo
Uland,' suyg ho,
KMMHWWMWMtl m M j
Grand Opening Day
At Athletic Park
Tomorrow will be the great day
nt the Athletic Park, and the whole
turn-out fiom parade tn the end of
tho second game of ball should bo
one long-drnwn-out tnlc ot Joy.
Manager Dmithltt has everything
renUy for the great day, and, al-l
inougn me grounus win 1101 iuuk us
well as they will In a month or so,
th public will be able to see what
has been dene to provide Honoulu
has been done to provide llonoluiii
All the preparations fo rthe pa
rade are complete, nnd It only needs
a fine day tomorrow to havo the
largest ciowd turn out tn tho new
park us has been seen for a long
The two ball Raines should bo tip
top, and the fans will bo able to
st In comfort and watch tho play.
Tho C. A. Cs can put up a great
game of ball, nnd they lire going to
put In their belt licks tomorrow
against the J. A. Cs.
. Tho park should fill a long-felt
want, "as what wnl,alwaH wanted
he're as -a central place for out-door
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May outton lo ny
Another Love Game
May .Sutton, tho lady champion
tennis plajer of the world, is going
to take part In another gnma In
which n racket term Is appropriate.
Tho expert wleldor of the tennis
racket Is going to bo married to
Harry 11. Ham, a prominent banker
and capitalist of Mexico City, and
It Is a love match for sure. Tho
engagement came as a great sur
prise to Miss Sutton's friends, as
she was1 tnougiit in uo nenri wnom
with the exception ot her love for
Ilia court Rime.
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STANDING OF THC CLUBS.
V National League.
New oik ')
St. Louis ill
Drooklyn tv. .-5
Dctrolti" , II
Doston ....: 41
New York 32 K
Chicago " 28
St. Louis .-."
Two Hundrel Thousand Dollar Fire.
Chehalls. Wash.. July C Hre crly
today dostrcjed the McCoimlc't lum
ber compiny's pi 'lit. lccitol about 30
miles from hero. The loss is estimat
ed at $200 COO,, Tho firo was ill-covered
In the bollc'r houso but (ho mill
did pot havo enough steam up tn Ftait
tho pumps. This plant eniplojcil nliout
260 men nnd was ono of tho beit
equl)ied nnd largost In this section.
Railway 8sf e. Robbed. I.os Angeles
July G Working the combination of
tho safo in tho offices of the Los An
gclea Pacific railway a thief, believed
by ntneers of tho compiny to bo an
employe, procured (3,700 In gold and
currency, Tho loss was dlscovoroil
today by Oeorgo D. Clark, cashier of
Los Angeles Oeaths and Births
Los Anselcs July 2. During tho fis
cal year Just'ended the death rate of
Los Angelt'S was 10 In 1000, accord I in
In health' department statistics. Tho
birth rito Is a fraction In oxocss of
Hie dontlt rate Tho total figures nro
Deaths, 3 747: births, 4,372.
I ! .
Actress Married London, July 2.
Cerlllo Lot I us. tho actress, -was mar
irled June 9 in the Kcnlngton legls
tiv ofllce to Dr A. II. Waterman of
CIiIcro. On her return from her
Ainor'em tour MI"H I nftua Is going
to l-iko up leglllnnto drama nnd Dr.
I Waterman Intrn lslo practice In Lon-
N-v Cent Piece Washington, July
2 Tim new ,1 cut nleco. bonrln? tho
head of President Lincoln, will be Is
sued 'from tho mint at Philadelphia
beginning August 1 next,
Wlllliftn D, Hnjwood, the socialist
lecluier, was arrested twlco In tho
state of Washington for violating
the stnte untl-clgarotte law.
" t f M tt f tt tt n M 8 tt t tt
in r" p bops tiinnlwyi Nlicr n
In ,n nil I i if rill mln ' ye bu Ivrything
. .ir-nr. on Hi' fltio old pil.iriple Iv glvo
eiVpii r-" ' "'
vr- r.., .vcs nnke?
pijs tl tux anaylioiy."
"He does," said Mr. Dooloy, "If ho
ain't turned back at Castle Qardcn."(
Eeretania, near Aala Lane,
Wm. Donthitt. . . . .General Manager
Sunday, July lEth. 1900, 1:30 p. tn.
KAIIHI vs. U. 8. MARINES. ,
3:30 p. trf. , j
J. A. CLUB vt. CHINESE A. C. '
Grand Stand 25c and lSe
Seats on sale at Wall, Nichols &
Co., Kin St., and A. B. Arleigh-&
Co., Hotel St.
Corner Haunakea and Pauahi streets'
Sensational Trick Cyclists.
Extraordinary Head Balancers and
Riding- in a Cage Upon Perfectly
Straight Walls v
LATEST MOVING PICTURES.
.15c, 23c, 50c, and 75o
New Feature Film,
Chance of program three tunes a
week Monda;f Wednesday and Fri
day. The ParK
Open Air Theater
Fort Street- Below'Beretania.
"THE WOLF. HUNT."
Other films will he shown and a
good musical program rendered.
Admission 10 and 15 cents
Children . . v 5 cents
In addition to regular moving
ENTIRE NEW PROGRAM.
TWO SHOWS DAILY.
Admission 10c, 15c, 25o
OPPOSITE THE EMPIRE.
Admission ..'. 10c
Mr and Mrs. Hashimoto,
178 BERETANIA AVE., near EMMA
Bath nnd Electrical Treatment.
, BOSTON RESTAURANT.
GOOD MEALS FOR 25 CENTS.
NEW AND EXPERIENED COOK.
Everything in Season.
Hotel Street, near Fort.
wr want to ee all our old cus-
oncr tome back.
Vkei.y Fil'tlon of the'Evenlnv
Bulletin give complete summary '
rbo news of th div
BULLETIN ADG PAY
Whitney & Marsh,. Ltd.
SPECIAL SALE OF
Reduced from $37.90 to $22 50
Reduced from $30.00 to $19.00
Reduced from 1 $27.50 to $18.00
Reduced from ',. $37.50 to $22.50
- r Heduod from $30.00 to $18 50
Reduced from $27.50 to $17.00
Reduced from $27.50 to $18.00
Sale begins Monday morning-, July 10th,
R. LAWRENCE H. KElfr,
rived from Oakland,
SILVA. Mr. Kent is
business, nnd as a prac ical en-.balmer has had 10 years' ex
perience. Mr. L. H. Kent and Mr. M. E. Silva ere now prepared to
receive all business entrusted to our care. Mrs. Kent is also a lady un
dertaker and will care for the fenule cases, which is most needed in
our community. She will arrive
M. E. Silva's Undertaking Establishment
1120 Fort St.
T WO REPUBLICAN SEN AT'ORS
WHO LEAD, FiGHT ON FREE HIDES
tfe M ' ...mzsgst
Tho attitude of Senators Carter of Montnni nnd Warren of Wjomlng
on the proposal to pit hldis on Ihe free list proud 11 bombshell to tho high
protectionist foicen In tho Senate. Senator Caitcr t'ecHred that If hide
were plated on tho free list twent-two Hepiib'lcnn Sumtnrs woujd ito to
removo tho tnrllf from boots and sho cs, harness nnd nil leather products.
Ho was sustained by Senatoi-Win rcn. who declare 1 that the proposul for
frco hlJcs emanated from tho lenthe r trust nnd would prove a dliect Injury
to the farming Intel ests. . ,
Euibalrcer and Funeral Birector. ar
Cil., nnd Ji: is now employed by M. E.
ai experienced man, in this line of
here within six weeks' time. ,
Night Call 1014.
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Of. value about ,
Sugar, Rubber, Tobacco,
Everybody interested in' Planta
tions, their management,
development and output,
needs a copy of the Bulletin's
Price, ready wrapped for mailing,
5o cents per copy.
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