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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, AUG. 24, lftOd.
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German or French conversation
guaranteed In 5 weeks. Address
Prof. Mathow, 70 Youug Bldg.
Japanese Employment Aiioelation,
Xuuanu and I'nualil Sts. Call up
phone 097 It you want a cook,
good boy or servants.
Dnisenberg & Farrir,-' Architects, 62
G3 Alexandre young Building.
Otto Oss Carpenter, Jobber . and
Contractor. Phono 153. 1490
Victoria St.' 4321-lm
fee Sing Kee--Plumber and Tinsmith,
Smith St., bet. Hotel and Pauabl. '
OUTWARD. , , r '
For Walanae, Watatua, Knhuku and
.Way Stations 9: IS a, m.. '3:10 p. m.
For Pearl City, Ewa Mill and Way
vm..wuo i.0V , IUi,'-,illl a. 111., .
ll:OS a m.. 2!1S n m ..1Sn n. m. .!
6:15 p. m., 9:30 p. m., til: 00 p.m.
For Wahlawa 9:15 a. m. -and
6:15 p. m.
'Arrlre Honolulu from Kanaka,
.Walalua and Wulanae 8:86 a. m.,
...B:31 p, in.
Arrlre In Honolulu from Ewa 11111
and Pearl City 17:40 a. m., 8:36
. m., 10:38 a. m, '1:40, p.,m., 4:31
ip m., 5:31 p. m.. 7:30 p. m.
Arrlre Honolulu from Wahlawa.
8:36 a. m. and 5:81 p. nr
t Ez. Sunday.
t Sunday Only.
The Halelwa Limited, a iwo-houi
train (only -first-class tickets hon
ored), leares Honolulu every Sunday
at 8:22 a. m.; returning, arrives In
Honolulu at 10:10 p. m. The Limited
atop only at Pearl City and Walanae
.a P. DBNIBON. ' F. O. SMITH.
The Encore Saloon
Try a drink at the new ilaoe and
have MIKE PATT0N serve- yon.
COR. HOTEL and OTUANU.
manufactured from pur distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
Delivered to reiidenost
and office at 25o per
hundred in 10-lb. lots
,'ir more. i
W. O. ARNHART,
1M Merchant St.
07 All KOTOS.
AIXEN ft ROBINSON.
ueen 8treet :". :: :: Honolulu,
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importer and Jobber
FORT and QUFEN 6T8.
Bamboo Furniture 'Made to. Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty. ;
563 S. BERETANIA II.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modem SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and' de
scription made to order. Boiler wnk
) purposes a specialty. Particular at
tention paid to "JOB 'WORK, and'Te
pain executed at shortest notice,
Com'r. of Deeds-ifor California ud
New York; NOTARY 'PUBLIC;'
Grant Marriage,. Licemei; Draws
Mortgages, Deeds, -'Bills of .Sale,
Leases, Wills,. Etc. Attorney for the
District Courts. "70. MERCHANT-ST.
HONOLULU: PHONE 310.
THAYEri PIANO CO
in nOTSL BTRurr, ' -
We make & specialty of repairing
ALL makes of typewriters, cash
registers and adding trmchlnc4.
Our repair department Is thonly
fully equipped ono In tho Terri
tory, All work guaranteed. Office
Supply Co., Lad., Agents for tho
Remlnglbn Typewriter Co.
Woven .-Wire Mattresses repair! at
ib ractory uonoiuiu vvif sea
Co., 1880 Alapal St. Telephone
Piano taught in 8 months, S3 month
(8,lessons). Special attention adult
beginners. "Teacher," Bulletin office.
The In&rotrial 'Edition of the
E teniae Bulletin, wrapped
jteady Jor.mailing,.5Q .cent at B u 1
Meant yon can cct ni by that tele
J. A.R. Vieira
, Jewelers .and Watclunakexi-
137 MERCHANT STREET.
."Fint-claM reaidence property, sit
uated at Pawaa on: King. and Young
streets. "Building in nrst-olass or-,
der and connected with artesian wa
ter. Electric Uutand gas. Alio
Kapiolani Park lots 'and improved
property at Hanula and other prop
King Street,, Ewa
GOODS of EVERY DE
SCRIPTION. TeiritorialTtoard oT
'Office 403 Stangewald Bldg.
v . Honolulu.'
'The Einest'Bathing onrthe
Meals At All Hoar. , ,
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIOAM.
W. O.BERGIN. Proprietor.
L'DTOHES and DEIIII
The most "popular
place in .town.
The Fashion Saloon
LOniO CLOTHES CLEANING CO.
132 Beretania St.
Ladies' fandf;gents' clothes and
gloves cleaned. Contracts fl.BO per
month, if our suits. Dyeing and dry
cleaning. Telephone 496.
We have forsale Back Bet 'Ranges,
slreM to 9 ft.; Bridge ft Beach
"Superior Stoves;" .Quick -Meal
and Perfection oil stoves; Farm
er's Broilers, Camp and Laundry
:toves. Phone 211. EMMELUTH
& CO.."XTr)., 140 King St.
4The "Industrial Edition 'of the
(-Evening -Bulletin, -wrapped
ready tor mailing, 00 cents at a n 1
lie tin Office, -, .
I w ' '-51i2
Committee Finds That There Is Ho
Response to Suggestion That
Homes Bo Opened to the Visit
on. With the Delegate to CongrcsB In
tho chair tho executive comtnlttcu
charged with tho duty of arranging th
reception of the Congressional party
held a meeting In tho ofneo of Gov
ernor Frear yesterday aftornoou.
Among thosa present from'tho othor
Islands wero 11, P. .Baldwin and Cdltor
Coke of tho Maul News and they made
set oral recommendations In regard to
tho Maul Itinerary. As now arranged
the steamer will reach liana nt G
o'clock on Sunday 'morning when thoso
who desire to take tho sixty-mile rtilt
along tho Koolau ditch to llaknwan
will bn started on their Jouinoy. Thi
steamer will then go to Kchulul and
leave Jjilinlna at 10 o'cluiU Moiiilny
night for Honolulu. Duri.i Hie In
tcrval tho members of tho .party r.fll
lead something rctcmbltng tho fflienu
ous life for tho program provhli-s for a
trip to. the summit of Ilale.ikala, to hu
entertained at Puuneno and a tilp tn
On tho suggestion of l'rlr.ca Kuhlo
the members of the party who .ire to
rjalto the llamakua trip will land nt
M.Uiukona at 12:30 in the morning, n
K.itlon of the party going ois to Kon.t
19 fcave nt 9 o'clock In tho mornfns
( il going direct to Hllo.
Tho committee found that tlirro ns
nothing approaching a generntM i"-'
siionse to the suggestion that Mono
lulans open their homes to (ho lslllug
Congressmen. It seems thnt tho pnly
reply hay been from Mr. Lewi nuk
ing thnt Congressman Bales bo his
guest but a perusal of tho revUcil lift
of tho delegation shows that Congress
man Bates' name Is not thcicon.
IS. A. Mott-Smlth niacin n motion that
ihe' transiortatlon commlttvo 'have
pulhorlty In connection with tho Inter
Island transportation of the visitors. '
Kauai's request for a slice of 1300
from the appropriation for tho enter
tainment was cut to 300 on tliu. mo
tion of W. O. Smith, tho members of
4ho commltteo not being nil!) to see
how Kauai was going to uso 8300.
Announcement of appointments WCre
made by Chairman Kuhlo. W. F. Dil
lingham, chairman of tho entertain-,
ment commltteo and O. J. Waller and
John C. Lane as tbo other .members.
T. II. Pctrlo Is chnjrman of tho com
mltteo on transiiortatlon, the oilier
members being J. M. Dowsett an! H.
Wlchman. Action on tho suggestion
of having R. K. Bonlne accompany the
party as the pfflclat photographer wn
deferred on tho suggestion of W0.
Smith, who stated that tho cost should'
bo ascertained beforo anything definite
CREE ASKS FOR
MaJor.'Crce, In-command of -.Fort
Rugcr, has written Mayor Fern
the following letter In regard to
Improving tho condition of -the roads
leading to the enmp:
Honolulu, T. 11., Aug. 20, 1909.
To tho HonorabIc"Maor and 'Mem
hers of the Board -of Supervis
ion of the City and. County of
Gentlemen I'havoHhe honor tb
Invito your. attentlonNa. the fact that
by order'vOf tho President of the
United States n body at Coast Ar
tlllery troops has recently been' sent
to garrlsonKatt IRuger, situated a
short distance north of Diamond
Head. ' '
The land n the Immediate vicinity1
of the reservatl6n Is, In a. large 'part,
as yet unimproved, and 'the" roads
feRrilne.tn the camn'sltei'nretln'such
bad condition that they are almost
Impassable'.' They tup so bad.d's to
make travol 'by .automobile 'impost
slblc nntflfho merchant of thelclty
refuio io deliver goods to the' camp
for this reason. '
In order Ithat t ho' troops of the
'garrison may havo reasonable ac
cess to the reservation I .respect
fully request that the following
streets be 'put In condition for ser
1. The diagonal street running
In front 6f Z.'K."Me)ers place (Res
ervoir street), should be macadam
1. I'lom the end of this street tb
Lcahl Home, open and Improve 'Kl-
lauca nvenue and 'Makapuu avenue,'
3, Thence open and improve Ma
kapuu avenue to 'Diamond Head
This will give convenient egress
from the camp In the direction of
both or tho lines df tch trolley cars
running In this direction, and will
bo of benefit not only to the garri
son of this post, but to the property
holders in this vlrlnlly and to tho
uierrhnnU of Honolulu who delhcr
sooib. to -iuj i weayatlon.
S(,mo "f lWrcsent city streets
'" l" "Cllll U1 lU0 rcservuuou
wero founq to bo In such bad tonal-
Imafcimtion 0an Easily , Hake Up ior
'Tame Ending of Wild, Daring'
Race for' the Nippon Maru and
Liberty Yesterday Afternoon.
Prof. Dcnlng got off jestcrday.
Ho got off on tho Nippon Maru. l
Ho neaily got oft In tho harbor.
But not quite.
It was rltogethcr romantic and sen
sational, and the only-thing that spoilt
It was that tho Maru commenced to
shift off about flvo minutes before'
time. According to the program Mr.
and, Mrs. Dcnlng should lme rushed
up to tho gang .plank (as they did, up-'
pearlng apparently out of a pile of
baled hay) and swcpt.up tho plank In'
grim defUnce of their enemies, des
perately leaping tho fearful gap he-
twecn them and the gallant ship. This
they did not, for Capt. Kelly, dock
manager, with n view nf damage
money, halted them with a stolid hand
and tho eminent Professor of Scndal
University and his wlfo remained for
a few minutes nt tfle bottom of the
plank while It was being readjusted.
His enemies had their Innings.
They sneaked forwards desperately,
Foiled again! '
It takes a cute man to get around
W. A. Kinney, il. F. Prosscr, Robblns'
Anderson, et ni. .After Ltghttoot's sub
poena was upheld yesterday In Judge
Do Bolt's court, tho prosecution In the
defunct strike case ,so materially as
sisted by tho transmtlons mndc by
Prof. Dcnlng, smiled behind tho back
of their hands and bided their time.
Just six minutes beforo tho court
closed Mr. Prosscr entered a nolle
prosequi In tho case of tho Territory
vs. Y, Sofia, which the professor had
been subpoenaed to appear In as an
expert witness. Tho rest simple as
DIG UP TAXES
Tax Assessor Charks T; Wilder hax
addressed a lottnr to the"4Uor giv
ing him ailist of rmplo)es Inilho'Clty
and County vho havo heeonin -delinquent
In th) piyment of' their tixes.
Honolulu, August 21. 1909.
Hon, Joseph J. Fern, Mayor of tho City
andiCoumy of iHu:.o!ulu. '
'Dear Sir: I bes to hand you here
with, a list of persons In tho employ of
tho City and County of H,ouo!u'ii-wri
havo allowed their taxCs to,r;niaInun
pald.'althoiigh repeatedly riuuc-iitcO to
fettle them. In minio instances lh"
amount shown covers tho1 Unci due
for A period nf several ycurs
I have taken tho matter un with
Lcverd! of tho Territorial depnrtmen't
.heads and they will advlsoithc mem
bers of their clerical 'fores that tho
prompUpayiucn; of tho taxes-duo by
them will lo ono of dig. conditions
Under which they may hrpj to hold
tholr .positions In thoidepartinvtr. '
.Believing thU to bo a reasonable de
mand, I would most nosrectfullj nslc
that you adopt this princjplu with par
sons holding nppolntlvo poultluna und
er') tho City
and County .government.
anil, further, that you uso yiiur authoi
Ity with such rHonn to bring about
an early bcttlomcnl of tlm tnxo.i iriw
duo 'by them.
Thanklog.you-ln anticipation. nt an;
assistanco )ou niayirondnMlili ill nft
ment In tHisircgnnl, I havo Ihuihoimr
ARE AFTER SHEBA
Determined to do violent' and in
jurious acts upou tho person nf Rdltor
Bheba, six fanatics arrived on the
Mauna Kca last Saturday t3 coinploto
the Job which Mori fallrd to nut
through. According 'to reliable InfV-.
matlon received here, tint murder of
Shcba was openly preached among a
ccrialn class of 'Japanese or. Muni.
Th rso men aro Intlmato friends tat
Mori and Yok'nkawn of tho Maul News,
who are awaiting their trill In jail
here. The preseneo of those Innallct
In town with a view of d'jlng bodily
harm to Sheba, Is being niched by
tho 'prillco authorities.
ttU tt U ttttti tt tt tf U 1t tt tt-tt R
Hon thnt I havo had about fifty of
tire men of my command at wmk
on them ror several tiavs removing
rock, blasting and leveling, in order
to mnk'etheni passable without do
lay, 1 nm of tho opinion that the
city and county government should
not expect this to be done.
I would respectfully urge that
prompt action be taken nnd'thnt tho
work hn mniplcted at as early u dnte
Very respect fjilly,,
(Signed) JOJIN K.' CRRR,
Major, Coast Artillery Corps,
It Will Pay You
When in need of a medicine
to tone up the system, aid
digestion, promote sound
sleep, keep the appetite nor-'
mat and the bowels open, to
try a bottle, of
You'll .agree that it is the
.finest medicine yon ever took.
Then don't delay, It is for
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Bloat
ing, Biliousness, Kidney Ills,
Insomnia Nervousness, and
Malaria, ,,rever and Ague,
For salo by Benson, Smith ft Co.,
Ltd.; Holllstor Drug Co, Ltd.;
Chambers 'Drug Co., Ltd.; Hllo Drug
Co.; and at all Wholesale Liquor
I RECREATIONS I
BAND CONCERT AT. KAKAAK0.
A public moonlight bond concert
will be given 'this evening nt 7:30
at Knknnko 'Mission.
March Kl Capltan' Sousa
Overture Light Cavalry . . . .Suppc
IntermcKO Jnpanco Williams
Selection Bohemian Girl ....Balfe
Vocal Hawaiian Bongo
Ar. by Berger
Selection Madame Angot. . .Lecdcq
Waltz Hello Anil .Mclsler
Finale Au Moku and Honolulu..
The Star Spangled Banner.
There wns a record crowd at tho
first night of tho Athletic Pmk evening
entertainments last ovcnlng. It was
oven greater! than tho crowds thtt go
to watch tho groat .'series ol bascbtll
being .played nt tho iork on Bundnjs.
The crowd was certainly plea-ed for
tho entertainment was of a very unique
description. Thero'Wcrc.nq lc-bs than
four different, kinds of music and tho
steadiest, jnost unMckcring muvlng
pictures that have .veer been .seen In
this. town. )
Pcrhapn tho greatest and most
ploastng innovation wns .tho mimical
ticcompanlment to tho moving pic
tures. A piano Ik Installed In a can-,
vas booth near the screen and ihero
sits n musician who -watches tho pic-,
tures and pin) a an appropriate, luno to
every change. This la tsccially pleas
ing In tho funny pictures. -- ,
Then thorn was a Chlncso band and
Chinese singers. Thp members of. tho
audleuco. delighted In this part of the
performance and so did everybody
clso. Then thoro appeared a sweet
ipiaitct of Geisha girls and thoy danced
and sang In tho glow of a ,spot-llghL
thrown on them from tho moving pic.
turo machine. They had ithclr own
Japanese stringed Instruments and
vvrro an graceful and dainty. ns ou
Under tho grandsUind was Kaal's
string quartet that played when'thora
was no other muslo going on, and the.
nudlenco was treated to a series ol
poljElot melody such on has never bs
fore) been got togethor In tills town.
Tho crformance wlllibo ropeated io
nlglitvand thoro will ho, changes on
Wednesday, Fridays and Mondays.
The management, has determined to
put out an attractive show and will
lolluw llilc policy. "Five cents admls.
tlon and ten cents to tho grandstand,
REAL ESTATE TRANSAOTI0NS.'
Entered for .Record vAug. 21, 1909
from 10:30 a. nu.to 12 Noon. ,
J, II. Keanu and wf. to Andrew1
Adams , D
Andrew Adams to Jesus .Christ of
Later Day Batnts, Tr. of ,
Tr. of Jesus Christ Latter Day,
Saints, by Atty, to Andrew Ad
A, I Cooke and wt. to Ida M.fe
Robert Menaugh and wf to von'
Hamm-Young Co, Ltd...,,,. CM
t:. II, Lewi to von Hamm-Young)
Co. Ltd w.CjM
Geo. L)turgus et nl, tn Kstate of
S. C. Allen, Trs. of, M
Catherine H, Mays and hsb. to
W, II. lliomley ,D
Entered for Record Aug. 23, 1909,
from 8:30 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
John Kennla and wf. to Knlml
W. G. Irwin to Kdwurd 1. Spnld-'
Hermann I'ocko to Puul Muhlen-'
dorf , . . PA
Frank D.ilton to Bank or Haw nil.'
U' A Iflminc In Ihlltln Ifnl.nln,
, ', " .-... ,
hlllll , lie
Western & Hawn, Investment Co,
Ltd, to Charlotte D. 1. Stcerc.Rcl
Wanted By a youpg lady, position
as stenographer and typewriter.
Address J114, Bulletin office.
An experienced lady hat trimmer.
Address K. I'ukuroda, Hotel St.
Clean wiping rags at tho Bulletin of
fice. SITUATION WANTED.
Japanese Private Cooking School
Families or hotels supplied with
-cooks. C. M. Matzle, 1457 Auld
J.nne. Phone 1S64,
Position as foreman of ranch; have
had lota of practical experience In
States. Addict's 414, Bulletin.
Strayed or stolen 'from vicinity of
Thomas Square, 'small White ter
rier puppy, with sorq on left ear.
Return to this office and rccctvo
rEJgln watch; sliver case; leather
iou; Hawaiian cot or arms; tjaiur-
day last. Return to this office and
' rccelvo reward. 4360-31
In the Aquarium, Saturday, a white
linen belt, with whltolvory carvfd
buckle. Reward at Bulletin
office. . 4359-tf
A lady's belt. Owner can hare the
samo by proving property and
pa) lug tor this ad. 4381-tf
Dr. F. SCHURMANN
222 Emma Square,
House Consulting, -2-3. p. m.. Sat
urdays excepted. Operating, 8-12
a. m 3-u p. m.
I love niv wife arid her home cook
ing, but Oh! you-
Fort 6t.. near Hotel.
. in. WM. WARHAM, Prop.
levy's for Groceries
Latest styles .sold at cost
Fort & Beretania SU.(!Harrion Blk.'
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER. ,
PLUMBmO.and PAINTING. .'
Office: Honolulu Painting .Co., 181
King.St.;.P. 0, Box. 9 14. '
. (Bicycle shop and igeneral'Tepalriiig
work, upeetaity in nlokle, silver
awi-.goia. plated .work.
, 'KlNO,'0PP,,ALAPAi;8T. ,
Ghas. B. Frazier
f OUR, ADVERTBERl
ione 37i, . IWKing'St
M. Jl. Grunst & Co.
FORT AND KING STREETS.
Received -ex Alameda i a iNew Ship
ment of.Latest Styles. in
4028 NUUANU 81
0. Q.YEE HOP & CO.
SHIPPERS and FAMILY
.BTOrrrrrrr . .
The Weekly .Edition tt the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summsry.ol
the ntwa.of tho day.
Room and board In small private
family In every way desirable; a
gentleman preferred. Address II.
1!., Bulletin office. 4390-tt
K. of P. cottages, 2 story, new, Un
ion street and Garden lane; close
to business; no ard to keep up;
no car fare. Ulcctrlu lights and
gas. Apply to J. M. McChcsney,
1C Merchant street. 4319-14
At the end of car line on the beach,
furnished house; four bed-rooms;
electric lights. Addres "N,"
Desirable mosqultn-proof rooms and
board for gentlemen. "The Mac
donnld" New Bungalow, Punn
hou Street. 4380-tf
Furnished cottage; also cool, mos-qutto-proof
rooms. 23C King St.,
between Alaken and Richard.
Large furnished rooms for ladles.
wjth or without board. Mrs. F. D.
Wlcke, 1345 Beretania Ave.
Clean furnished room; $1.50 week.
Front rooms $2. 12S1 Fort St.
Furnished house on Old Beach Road.
Address L. V., this office. 439u-tt
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mr.
.D. McConntll, 1223 Emma St.
Ono seven-seated, 75 horse-power
touring car, In fine condition;
82,500.00. Also one 40 hove
.power runabout, standard make,
for 81,100. Apply nt Roval Ha
waiian Garage. 4393-lw
A few first mortgages on real estate;
12 per cent net; ,inoney Invested
on Income bearing .property; ab
solute security; In sums from
8100 upward. P. K. Strauch, At-torney-at-Iaw,
Watty llldg., 74 S.
King St. 4385-tt
Ferns Australian nnd other varie
ties; also logs, baskets, begonias
and stephnotls plants. . For par
ticulars call on Miss Johnson, Fort
street, near Vienna Bakery
Second-hnndurry for sale.
iWatcrhous'e Trust Co.
FOR SALE KAIMUKI DISTRICT.
Almost new house, 4 rooms, .bath.
lot 90x118-8 feet- improved, a pret
ty home, fine view ocean and city,
near 'Sixth avenue. 'Price 11,200.
Another, ana this one is Just what
you are .looking for. A real bar-
irain; up-to-date style bungalow, 5
large rooms; both .wide verandas;
two lots. 00x232 feet: large front
lawn planted', with hedges, plants,
many 'kinds of fruit. Honolulu
can't produce a better for the money
for home or investment .Trice
2,200. Picture at office.
PACIFIC COAST REAL ESTATE CO.
F. B. Munroe- Kgr.
848 Xaohnmanu St.
.Boston Baked .Beams. ,
Boston Brown Bread.
iLeave orderam day ahead'
28 loaves of bread for $1.00.
1129 Fort St. Phone 197.
MRS. ROSENBERG. YOUNG' HOTEL
- i i "
FORISALE'AT AIL BAH
Dr. J. H. Rtvymomd
PHYSICIAN, AND SURGEON.
Office with Dr. C. B. Wood, 160 Bere
Office Hours 10 to 12 a. m., 9 -to 4
pm.,.7:30 to 8:30ip.;m.
Telephone Office.24: Residence 1480