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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. 1!., 8ATUHDAY, AUO. 14, 1009.
For Household Use
Wo oater especially to family trade. We handle
Superior grades and guarantee prompt delivery.
Union-Pacific Transfer Co.
PHONE 58 126 KING STREET
For Repairing and Building
WE carry the only complete stock in
the islands. Wheel Materials,
Springs, Bolts and other Hardware, Axles,
Hardwood Lumber, Leather and every
thing that goes to make up a vehicle, from
a light buggy to a heavy dray.
We buy direct from the manufacturer
and quote prices as low and lower than
obtainable on the mainland.
Piles on Witnesses to Sh6w That He
Is not as Bad as Fainted and
Put Up Hard Scrap to Win
Kor the first time In ninny moons
a Japanese divorce suit is being hot-
, ly contented in Judge Robinson's
court. The suit was brought by At
JTakano against her husband, Rin-
hlchl Taknno, and In It she charges
him with beating her and other
Rlnlchj filed answer dcnjlu the
' greater part of the allegations, and
retained. W. A. Rnwllns to defend
Plantations Turned Down Higher
Wage Hen and They Are Com
pelled to Return to Honolulu
Strikers' Eating Place Quiet.
Forty-nine Japanese, stcerago pas
sengers, l.rcsumably strikers, rnhed
this morning from Hawaii and Maul
on the steamer Mauna Kca. From Iho ',
wharf, they marchad over to mis the
strikers' headquarters on Aula Lano,
carrying en their choulders baggugu
of various descriptions.
It Is claimed that these pen'o Rio
strikers) who have just been over to
Hawaii and Maul to find something to
m,ii. .. ...-.... . -.. Hawaii aim main 10 nuu noincuii
mm. tvnouRn unesses were cmieu ( ,j0i Unfortunately for them, they woro
to nil 'un the serond story of the not receVed at tho planUtlor. henco
Judiciary llulldlng. nnd they started lhey rcturncd to consult with iho strlko
to knock as many spots out of tho ic)idoni
woman's. compluint a the complaint
charges rtlnhlclil with knocking into
her. Clem Qulnn Is arguing for Al,
and th.t,wo attnrnejs hnvp as much
fun BSjif'they wcro trjlng a con
Illnhlchl works In tho O. It. & L.
roundhouse, and In reply to tho corn
plant's allegation that ho was a
habitual drunkard offers to show
that he never missed a ilaj's work.
Tho case will bo continued In our
WILSON IN ROLE
, OF BIRD KILLER
Schuman Carriage Co., Ltd.,
Merchant Street, bet. Fort" and Alakea
R. LAWRENCE H. KENT, Embalmer and Funeral Director, ar
rived from Oakland, Cm., and he is now employed by M, E,
SILVA. Mr. Kent is at experienced man in this line of
business, and as a pracical embalmer has had 16 years' ex
perience. Mr. L. H. Kent and Mr, M. E. Silva are now prepared to
leccive all business entrusted to our care. Mrs. Kent is also a lady, un
dertaker and will care (or the fern lie cases, which is most needed in
our community. She will arrive here within six weeks' time.
M. E. Silva's Undertaking Establishment
Phone 179. Night Call 1014.
1120 Fort St.
Mis$ Kate Wooda'd
1141 Fort Street.
Stamping, Embroidery and No
tions Shirtwaists, Gloves and Un
derwear. Oiders taken for all kinds
of fancy work. Telephone 387.
Mrs. E.M. TAYLOR
Alexander Yountc Building.
6EARY STREET ABOVE UNION SQUARE
JUST OPPOSITE HOTEL ST. FRANCIS
EUROPEAN PLAN $1.60 A DAY UP
AMERICAN PLAN $3.00 A OAY UP
tj A niw down loin hottl. Still ind
brlok strnstnra. Furnlthid at i coil of
$160,000. Etirj comfort lid cmiihI
moi. On oir Knot trantUrring It, ill
pirti of city. Omnibus moots in trains
Now recognized as Hawaiian
Cable Address "TRAWET8."
It Roatl Super Isor Wilson him Jt
l)Jo(KQjneil forth In a new lole, U
that of "bint killer." Ho said this
a morning thal'slnco tho adoption a
tt of the new otl which Is placed on tt
tt the' new roads, that tt has (level- tt
I tt opod Into n regular' patent "ny- tt
tt paper," except tho lctlms aro tt
tt rice birds. Each morning when tt
tt tho crow rctmned to wor't cm U
tt Emma htrcct tho) found from ten tt
, tt to fifteen linnets stuck In the oil. tt
IttThe-blrds had alighted In the tt
' a street and found themselves tt
H trapped. No amount of strug- tt
a gllng proved effectual, and Ircl- tt
a dentally Wilson has the thanks a
a of tho rice plantations In aiding it
tt the destruction of their natural tt
a enemies. n
a Tlio following wireless Jias tt
n linen rccelvod from tho Hllonlan a
tt by Castlo & Cooke: a
tt Eight P. M, 905 miles out. U
a Calm nnd smooth sea. All noil, a
it ' I'REDBIUCKSON. tt
a a a t: a a a tt tt a a a a a a a a
The polo mutch will begin at 3
o'clock IhtK altornonn -on account of
the wish of many officers who aro go
ing to Manila on tho transport Sherl
clan. Quite a number of poio pin) his
ir on liou-d tho boat and ab they
wlrbed to ee I lie match an early btait
a decided on.
An Inqulr yat tho strikers' o.TIco In
tho Yamashlro hotel this forenoon In
dicated that tho men who atrlvil un
tho Mauna Kea today were not stl Ik
era. Tho clerks claimed that no let
ters, referring to tho return of tho
ctrlkcrs had boon received Irom tho
"bosses" on Hawaii and Maul.
Strikers' Eating Place Quiet,
Tho strikers' eating place, on Aula
Lane was quiet ioday. At lunrti hour
thero was nothing doing for tho strik
ers. Although they Were pci-aunt .it
the meal hour, the stowards wcro not
on hand anil tho soup kitchen aband
oned. Whether the 'lunch hour.hiid
been postponed from 12 o'clock until
1:30 in tho afternoon, tho itrl'tnri' in
telKgenco officials had. nothing to say.
They simply said that they wcro busy.
On Aala Lane, near tho eating placa
and Intelligence! office, there were wag
ons loaded with packages. Homo of
them had just arrived from Iho coun
try districts while tho rest came over
from town. The striker?, those who
are atill waiting for something to do,
would 'not say much, when asked about
tho result of tho strike. It Ik pro
Mimed that they will try to find some
thing to do, no matter what It i.. some
time next week,
Special Sale of
In Silks, Panamas and Voiles
L '!-!' I
Sale Monday Morning, Aug. 16th
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
C. H. BEHN
Car No. 184 can now
be found at
JARREtT HELD UP
a Sheriff Jnrrctt has been pro- a
a sented with' a beautiful gold tt
a badgo by W. O. Irwin & Compan), tt
a tho' agents for Wolmanalo plantn' a
a tlnn. The presentation was made tt
a this morning' at the agents' office, tt
a and special mention was mado of a
a the way In whloh Sheriff Jnrrctt a
a handled the- situation at Walma a
a nnlo at tho time of the troublo a
a thcie. a
a t: tt n a a a : n a a a a a tt
Tho American-Hawaiian freighter
Virginian. Captain tireen, formerly In
command or the Nnvadan, arrived tlla
morning from Scattlo, bringing gener
al cargo, consigned to Hackfeld & Co.,
which Bho Is discharging at tho nil
llneham wharf. It took hor olght
days to mako tho trip.
.Mr. Adams, former mate of tho
frelghtor Is now captain of the Net ad
an j W. Z. Haskons, formerly connect
ed with the Associated Oil Company,
Is now third mate. As soon ns she.
The raft at tho Walklkl Inn brokj docked, "he began to tako on 5,920
.drift 1Ht nleht and was fotin 1 nn "" '. "upanuuiiuu HUgar, urougnt
the beach this morning. It will lie
BULLETIN ADS PAY
loomed afiri li IIiIh afternoon nnd will
be read for Iho iiainl ciowd of li'ilh
here this morning on the steamer Ho
lene. She will go to tho Island ports,
hefoio letliiulng to I lie Hlnli-H.
"For Sals" ojrds at Bullttln.
Yonr machine will be ready for
yon when we lay it will be. We
don't experiment on autoi; we repair
Von Hamm - Young
On Display at our Garage
FHANKLIK "D" TOUEINQ CAR.
FOE THE XISSEL KAE
ASSOCIATED GAR AGE, Ltd
'INDEPENDENT ADTO STAND
Kine and Bishop Sts.
ALL THE FITTINGS FOB
For Sale Choice lot of
All I UlrlUDlLLJl Ex Steamer Lurlinc.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
The W.W.WRIGHT C0.,Ltd.
King and South Streets.
By skilled mechanics at
Royal Hawaiian Garage,
Hotel St., near Richard.
BULLETIN AD8PAY 41
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