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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., SATUIWAY, AUO.v21,' 1900.
THERE is nothing
in PAU - KA -HANA
that is in
jurious to the most deli
cate fabric. It will not
take paint-off the boards
nor eat into the cuticle
as some cleansing pre
just pure soap with an
ingredient that gets to
the dirt and removes it
without tiring the
Any grocer should be
able to supply you. If
yours cannot do so ring
Fred L. Waldron, Tele
MAKE and PACK HAWAIIAN
PRESERVES. Take a case
home or send one to your
friends. Poha, Chutney,
Guava Jelly and Marma
lade, Pineapple Pickle and
Jam, Tamarinds and Papaia
184 Hotel St. Phone 1110
HIGH-OLASS PAPER-HANGING. DECORATING.
AND GENERAL PAINTING.
SPEAK FOR THEMSELVES.
ELITE BUILDING. PHONE 397.
Special Attention given to C iiyyxt c
PRINTING and DEVELOPING at VjrllllUy b
Satisfied That Strike Is Over and
Moncv Will Be Coming In In
stead of Going Out Tired of
Ilecnuse tlic strike In pau and the
Japanese strikers lime returned to
work, cither to the former plniitn
llonA, or to other placed, there Is a
general Jubilation In the Japanese
colony. The merchants who have
been contributing funds for the
strikers are no longer worrjlng over
tho appearance of the strikers'
agents tcrcollect weekly strike funds.
During the stay of the strikers In
town, the strikers' ngents used to
lslt all the da pa nose houses weekly
and collect funds for tho strlkeis.
This sort of prnctlec was kept up un
til some of the Japanese merchants
protested. They remarked that
thoy could not continuously contrib
ute towards the strike funds, as they
could not get In all their outstand
ing hills, which were practically un-
collectable at one time.
"We arc glad that the strikers
have returned to work." said one of
the well-known Japanese merchants
yesterday. "The Japanese mado a
big mistake by going on strike nlth
the expectation of looking to us for
"I certainly made a big fool cf
myself when I contributed towards
the strike funds," remarked one of
tho officers of the barbers union.
"I did that bcllulng tlinl the strike
would bo successful, htij, after all, 1
found that I was out of good think
ing." "f contributed about I2 towards
tho strike funds, and tho result was
that 1 was the loser in tho end," said
n plumber. "This sample certainly
has taught mo to be more careful In
"It Is certainly useless to fight
tho capitalists,''' 'said a bcIioo! teach
er. "Tho Japanese erred In going
on strike, when they knew -they, did
not hnve enough money to support
them during the Idle dns."
"Wo nrs probably tho greatest
losers In this strike proposition,"
said a fisherman when Interviewed.
"We caught fish for the strikers, to
whom wo sold the fish nt tho lowest
price that could be thought of. On
certain occasions we gave awny fish
In order to help our fellow country
men. We hope thnt this will not
"Next time they go on strike they
will have to dig up."
When Baby was sick, wo gave hci
When she was a Child, she cried foi
When sho became Miss, she clung to
When she had Children, the gavo them
Hlll.LCT'N rH pav
Carry a complete stock of Coffins' and Caskets. They
have just acquired thj "Everlasting" process of Embalm
ing. This system doei away with any mutilation of the
They are the promoters of the -City Mausoleum.
Agents for the Harris3nNMutual Association.
Their prices and services are.-jKjfactoryf '''"'
W. W. HALL, President. .
J. H. TOWNSEND, Funeral'Director. ""
GEORGE BOCHA, Assistant.
Office and Chapel, No. 69-71 Beretania St.
U. 8. Inspector llnrc this morn
ing nnnounced the nppolntmcnt of
two new- pastmosters for the Islands i
of Maul and Hawaii. The old office
at Nahlku has been re-established
on account of the Increase In popu
lation due to the rubber industry In
thnt district on MnuH and Charles
J, Austin tins been nnmed ns t'ticlc
Sam's custodian of tho malls nt that
point. Mrs. Caroline Shnrralt has
been appointed postmnstcr nt Kaiuu
eln, Hawaii, in the Wnlmen District.
Doth nro fourth-class offices, but will
have betwepn two nnd three hun
K. Matsumoto, cot
tage, lllshop Lane,
K. Mntsumoto, cot
tage, DlBhop I.anc,
K. Matsumoto, cot
tage, lllshop Lane,
B80 K. Matsumoto, cot
tage, lllshop Lane,
K. Mntsumoto, cot
tage, lllshop Lane,
fi CS3 k. Segawa, cottage,
C. D. M., Williams,
additions, Klnnu St.
City Mill Co., dwell
ing, 12EG Miller St.
A. A. Carrlera, resi
M, Ohltn, dwelling.
Aug. 17 58S M. K. Ooto, Altera
T. Ognwn, bath
M. Ohltn, residence.
Plrst Metlibillst Episcopal church,
corner lleretanla inenue nnd Miller
street. John T. Jones, pastor. Sun
day school, 10 n. in., Mr. Arthur
lloblnsons, suputlntcndvnt, morning
worship, 11 n. in., sermon by the
pastor; subject, "l'ersevcrnnco In
Well-doing;" llpworth l.eagm-, 0:30
p. in., subject. "Triumphant I'allli,'
evening 'worship, 7.30 o'clock, ser
mon by the pastor; subject, '"l-ont
Sought, l'ound;" pricing meeting.
Wednesday eenlng. The union
Wide class will meet at the Chris
tian church, Monday cienlng. A
most col dial Invitation is extended
to tourists, lsllors, soldiers, sailors
and friends to attend nil the ser
vices of this church,
Central Union Church Sundny Aug
22; Doremus Scudder. .Minister, Amo
A. ntiersolc. Assistant MlnlMcr Illblc
school nt 9:50. .Morning Service a
11: sermon by tho Assistant Mlnlste
"Ood's Slow Making of Us," tl .In
3:2). Christian i:iiiteaor nt 0 M
Topic; "Two rrner Ij-ssoiis" (Mutt
5:5, ) (Matt. 18.19, 20); leader Mlsi
Alice Davis. Kwnlng Sen Ice at 7 3
Sermon by tho Minister: "He
Doctors" (I.uko 8: in)
A cordial Invitation Is herebv or
tended to Ktrnngers, sciiiicn, traeler
visiting friends and the public general
ly to at tend these senleea.
Christian Church, A. C McKemer
minister. 9:45 Illhlu school; 0.30 p
m., Y. I'. S. C. l:.; 11 a. ni sermon
"The Glory of thu Christian": 7:30 n
,'ni., sermon. "Tho Hood and Its Antl
type." All nre welcome.
KAIMUKI GETS TEN-MINUTE CAR
(Continued From Pi-ce 1)
when ho heurd thnt the Hnpld Tran
sit had considered their petition
favorably and Intended giving them
"You can say for tho rcsidonts
out there that we nro very much
pleased at tho prospect of better ser
lco, ns It was badly needed. With
the now convent starting next
month with 120 pupils, nnd the In
creased travel, u ten minute service
Is certainly needed,"
Wank books of all sorts, ledgers.
ilc, manufactured by the Uulletln
Did You Ever Try
Want an electrio door belli
We'll put it in for you.
Union Elcotric Co.,
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Give it a trial, Guaranteed to prove
Rood. Write for booklet to P. 0.
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., AGENTS.
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
COME people have tried them and failed to
like them. Isn't thit true of many good
things that you are fond of today? How, many
people like alligator pears the first taste?
But most people like GRAP1-NUTS right
from the start.
And all people like them after a brief trial;
and, what is more, like the health results pro
duced by this great food.
GRAPE-NUTS arc made- of whet, barley,
salt, and yeast, constituting a food containing the
natural nutritive elements -of Wheat and Barley
thoroughly cooked by scientific baking.
Why not order a package today?
Henry May & Co., Ltd.
Phone 22 and 92
IDE FORMER PUPIL
OF PROP. DENINIi
Klce Consul Idu Is reported to lit
much better this morning. Ills tcin
pcruturu has gone down to normal am!
he had n good night's rest.
I'rofesMir Walter Denlng Is ail ohl
filcnd of thu sick man, Ide luilnf.
been n pupil iff the protestor ut col
lege In .la pan.
A week ago jesteid.iy the professo
and Ido went fur n horseback ride up
Tantalus and, on returning to tow it
Ido complained of souiu pains In thr
region of tho appendix.
Professor Denlng Wslts Ido nt the
hospital uhenutcr possible, ami feels
wry worried over tho c lltlon of hh
One of tho new problems that has
!c eloped for the coiihlderatlon of the
customs oIIIcI.iIh In connection with
the passing of tho now tarllT net Is the
status of .Mnnlln cigars, valued nt nenr
ly 11 quarter of a million dollars, Cus
loin brokers huio taken tho position
Hint tho nuw tariff law provides tli.it
Manila cigars in bond ami transit
rhiiuld bo admitted to Honolulu with
out thu payment of duty.
It Is stnted that as boon as tho now
tariff Hill wus pnssed tho trust in
formed Its Manila agents to buy up nil
the cigars possible ami rhlp tho inniiu
luctured product without delay.
185 editorial rooms 250 bun
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3 B. R. House and Lot, St.
Louis School 1,125
etc., etc., etc,
3 B. R. House and Lot, Kapalama 12
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74 S. King St
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