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BVEN1NO nULIJiTm, HONOMJLtJ, T. IT., MONDAY, SKPT. 13, 1009.
Japanese Employment 'Association,
Muunnu nnd Pnuuhl Sti. Call up
phone C97 It you wnnt a cook,
godd boy or servants.
M. Ueda, Japanese Employment Of-
flee. Alapnl St., near Jlcietanln.
'Otto Oss Carpenter, Jobber and
Contractor. Phone 153. 1420
Victoria St. 4321-im
Dulseaberg & Farrar, Architects. 82
l3 Alexandor Youug liulldlng.
lilunk books of all sorts, ledgers,
etc., t manufactured by ths Dullotlo
. . OUTWARD.
For Walanae, Walalua, Kahuku and
Way Stations 'Oils a.m., 3:20 p. m.
For Pearl City, Ewa Mill and Way
Stations 17:30 o. in., 9:S a. m.,
11:05 a, m., 2:1B p. m 320 p. m.,
6:15 p. m., 19:30 p. m., 11:00 p. m.
For Wahlawa 9:16 a. m. and
6:15 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu from Kahaku,
Walalua and Walanao 8:36 a. m..'
.6:31 p. m.
Arrive In Honolulu from Ewa Hill
and Pearl City 7:46 a. m., 8:36
a, m., 10:S8 a. m., 'lMO p. m., 4:31
P. in., B:31 p. ra.. 7:30 p. m.
Arrive Honolulu from Wahlawa
8:36 a. m. and B:21 p. a.
t Ex. Sunday.
t Sunday Only.
The llalelwa Limited, a iwohoui
train '(only first-class tickets hou
ored), leaves Honolulu every Sunday
at 8:22 a. m.; returning, arrives lu
Honolulu at lCrtlO p. m. The Llmttcd
stops only at Pearl City and Walanae
O. P. DENISON. H ' . C SMITH.
Chas. R: Frazier
?honc371. .. 122 King St.
manufactured from pure distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of olty by
courteous drivers. ,
OAHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone 628.
KEYSTONE-ELGIN ' WATCHES
Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
Cor. PORT and KINO Sts.. Hosnlala.
Delivered to residence!
and offices at 25c per
hundred in 10-lb. lots
W. O. BARNHART,
133 Merchant St
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBtNSON. '
Cneen Street :: :: :: .Honolulu.
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobber
AMERICAN DRY GOODS
FORT and QUrEN 8TS.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
063 S. BERETANIA ST.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler wrk
and RIVITED PIPES (or irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
pairs executed at shortest notice.
P. H. BURNETTE
Com'r. of Deeds for California nsd
New York; . NOTARY PUBLIC;
Grant Marriage Licenses; Draws
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leases, Wills, Etc. Attorney for the
District Courts. 70 MERCHANT ST.
HONOLULU; PHONE 310.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
Kathan M. Lewis, Teacher of Piano
and Organ. 14G2 Kmma. 4408-lm
We make a specialty of repalrinc
ALL makes of typewriters, cash
registers and adding machines.
Our repair department Is tho only
fully equipped ono In tho Terri
tory. All work guaranteed. Office
Supply Co., Lad., Agents tor the
Itcmlngton Typewriter Co.
Woven Wire Math-esses repaired at
the Factory Honolulu wire Bed
Co., 1260 Atapal St. Telephone
83B P 384B-U
tee Sing Kee-Plnmber and Tinsmith,
Smth St., tbet. Hotel and Pauahl.
Beautiful pieces at very low prices.
Jewelers and" Silversmiths,
137 MERCHANT STREET.
First-class residence property, sit
uated at Pawaa on King and Young
streets. Building in first-class or
der and connected with artesian wa
ter. Electric! liout and eas. Alio
Kapiolani Park ots 'and improved
propeity at uau.ua and other prop
Kins Street; Ewa of Fiinmarket
DRY GOODS AND- FURNISBTNfJ
GOODS of EVERY DE-
Teiritorial Board of
Office 403 Stangewald Bids;.
New Picture Hats
They're simply swell at
Second Floor 'BostonVBIdg.
'The Finest Bathing omtheileaek."
Heals At' All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS. AND..CIGAM.
W. C.'BERGIN. Proprietor.
LUNCHES and DRINK I
The most' popular
i c 'place (in i town.
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel St near Fort
Jack Scully Jack Roberta
Pad Ka Hana
THE ENEMY TO DIRT.
At Your GroWi.
We have lor saleHack Set Ranges,
size ( to 9 ft.; Bridge & Beach
"Superior Stoves;" Quick Meal
and Perfection, oil stoves; Farm
ers Ilroliers, Camp and Laundry
stoves. Fhone 211. EMMELUTH
A CO., LTD., 145 King St.
PERFECTION ROOF PAINT
Give it a trial. Guaranteed to prove
Rood. Write for booklet to P. O,
THE0. H. DAYIES & CO., AGENTS.
BY V. L. STEVENSON.
DEFEATS THE ARMY
A one sided scoro but not a sln-sldcd
game Bounds paradlcal, but It It true
of tho opening game of tho Intcr-lsland
l.olo tournament Saturday at Lollohua
between the Maul team and tho officers
of tho Fifth Cavnlry. When the last
period was ended the score stood l6?i
for tho men of Maul and 3 for the Cav
Tho Mnui team was composed of
Frank Baldwin, Harry Baldwin, Har
old Itlco and Davo Fleming, while tho
Cavnlry was represented by Captain
Furs) the and Lieutenants Stewart,
OronlnKer nnd Unrnnrd. Tho army
pln)ers went down to dcclslvo defeat
hut they never quit playing thcr best
and mado the Maul team exert their
bent efforts every mlnuto of the time.
F-imk Baldwin, (he cnptnln of tho
M Ml Invaders; was tho bright panic
o' . stdrof tho day and several of bis
d hlng strokes won enthusiastic np
1 :.ui8o from a crltcnl gallery. He was
in excellent, form and In common with
all of tho members of tho Maul team,
his mounts were'ln good condition, and
frequently bent out an opposing Cuv
airy officer, at a critical .time of a
The lover of polo Journcd down to
Lcllchua by tho special trnln which
left town at 2 o'clock nnd by automo
bile. The sldo lines wero thronged
with spectators when Umpire Ocorga
Angus signaled for tho opening of the
Maul started off with a rush and by
dashing play, sure hitting and team
work of tho first order tho ball was
taken down tho field for the first goal
a trifle over n'-mlnjile after the first
pafloct bad opened; Dave Fleming was
partlcularly"offcctivo with ibo stlcl: lu
this period and also had tho honor of
drhlnt; tho ball between tho posts for
tho Initial ccoro. Betoro tho Cavalry
men hud wifrnied tip to tho game tho
men from Maul had put tho hall over
tho scoring lino twice moro and tho
ball was dangerously close to tho cav
alrymen's goat when tho .buglo call
brough't an end to he flrst of tho six
Frank Baldwin and Harold 'Rico 'were
responsible for tho final strokes that
gnvo Maul her second and third points.
Tho flrst period was characterized by
n number of long dashes nnd somo
good riding off by Captain, Forsytho
nnd Lieutenant Barnard,
(Special to the Bullotln.)
1IILO, Sept. 11." Tho views of
Chairman Scott of the Commlttco of
Agriculture of tho IIoubo nro of par
ticular Interest In vlow ot tho fact that
Scott Is ono of tho big men of tho
party, and Is, according to tho rumor
In Washington, destined to fill tho scat
of Secretary of Agriculture In iho near
Get Settlers Started.
"Tho lireiKindcranco of tho Jnpancao
otlng population which jou will have
to face-within comparatively few years
presents one of tho most bcrlous prob
lems for tho Islnudi:. There Is only
one way of escaping tho consequences,
and that will bo by getting settlers
who are cltzcns. Of course tho main
question Is how you are going to sup
port theso Eottlors, and 1 hclloo that
this can best bo done by the encour
agement of dherslfled Industries.
Whllo I took my trip through the Kona
district tho other day I was very much
Interested In seeing tho coffeo planta
tions (Mere, I lime seen coffeo planta
tions both In Porto Men mid I'nnnma,
hut thin Is tho only place, wliero I linvo
seen coffeo grown without shade, and
tho UMiiltlng advantages In pekug and
ctiitivaton should bo great. As a mat.
ter of fact, If coffeo can bo grown to
tidvantago anywhere, this should cer
tainly be tho place,
"I think that It might ho a good
thing If the Hawaiian Islands adopted
just the system which Is lu use In
I'orto Wen of having small, Independ
ent planters, who furnish enno to Iho
mills, nud who nro prospering under
When uskedMf he thought that tlicro
was any chance tor n higher tariff on
"Oo at them," was tho advlco that
tho Cavalry team got from tho side
lines at tho opening of the second per
iod and tho officers proceeded to show
that they wero not discouraged by the
rather disastrous flrst period. By good
team woik and a succession of effec
tive ground-covering strokes by Lieu
tenants Barnard and Gronlnger the
Army men succeeded lu carrying the
ball well Into Maul's Territory. The
onslaught of tho Cnvalrymen wero
blocked scleral limes by 'tho Maid
I'lajers but tho fates wero with the
warriors and the ball wu4 finally put
between (ho goal pbsts by Lieutenant
Barnard. There' was plenty of apple
elation from the side lines and the snl
dlers cheered lustily for tho white
knlghtB. Maul quickly retaliated, for'
j hey .carried tho ball down (he field In
quick order but had their score cut
down a fourth of a point by being
forced to take a safely.
The third period was nil Maul. Frank
Baldwin was particularly effective mid
made a beautiful goal drlvo'from n dlt
flcnlt position. His pony, Hauull,
teemed to bear him to tho right spot
continually and his accurato and hard
driving brought related applause.
In the lourth jierlod the superiority
of tho mounts of the' Maul team be
ennia plainly evident; the ponies of the
visitors continually outrunning those
of tho Cavalrymen when a critical mo
ment of tho period was reached. Frank
Baldwin, Davo Fleming nnd Harold
Itlce: each scored n goal for tho ls-
Iters,- tho work of tho Maul team show
ing a distinct Improvement, The Cav
nlryrocn braced after tho second goal
end turned tho tables, Captain For-
8) the putting tho ball between the goal
posts for tlio second score.
Tho only goal In tho fifth period was
also chalked up to tho ctcdit of the
Cavalrymen but It was their last stand
nml nfter tho ten minutes rest tho
Maul team had things all their own
way in tho sixth and final period, put
ting tho hall between the posts three
tlmcB, tho honors of scoring going to
Harry Baldwin, Davo Fleming and
By defeating tho Army team Satur
day tho 'Maul men have qualified to
meet tho Oahu team at Moanalua Sat
urday In what promises to bo thojiwt-
est to!o ganio played In tho Islandsjor
coffee. In case tho corporation tax
should fall, Mr. Scott epoko us 'fol
"I do not consider that there Is any
possibility of a general revision of the
tariff, even' If tho corioratlon tax falls,
but If It should fall, there Is a possl
bllty of a tax being raised on coffee, If
there Is a deficiency to bo met. Every
argument In fnvor of protection for su
gar applies' with onual Mrcc to coffeo
which s quite as vnluablo n crop, and
our coffeo Industry In Hawaii and I'or
to Itlco can bo mado as Important as
tho beet sugar Industry on the main
land, and It should bo crcouraged.
Personally I am Inclned to feel that n
limited tax on coffeo would nut In
creaso tho prlco thereof to tho con
burner In any appreciable dcgiee.
"With regard to tho proiosltlou of
having the Organic Act amended so
ns to allow changes In the local land
law, I hollovo that It would not bo tho
best courso to pursuo to come right to
Congress with a demand for such an
amendment. It would bo rntlierr lpt-,
t.er for tho local legislature to frame
such a land law as would meet the
demands of tho ioplo of Hawaii, and
then submit this act to Congress."
KANSAS CITY, Aug, 23, Anoth
er habeas corpus order fm pished the
feature today In the enso of Marian
lllenkley, the Incubator baby of St.
Louis world's fair fame. Judge l'or
tcrlleld ordered Chlif of Police Snow
to appear with tho child In court on
Wednesday. At this time tho court
wil decide who shall hava the child
her mother, Mrs. .1. .1. IllenUley of
Topokn, Knn., or the woman who
ndoptcd her nnd now Is being held
on n charge of kidnapping Mrs.
Jnmea O. Ilaiclay of lluffalo, N. Y.
Attoinejs for Mis, liarclay do
clarod tu the court that Mrs. llarrl.iy
was the legally adopted mother of
tho child and that the motherhood
ot Mrs. IlleaMey had not been prov
In tho meantime tho police retain
charge of llttlo Marian, Her moth
er, Mia. llleakloy, wns not permitted
to remain with her tonight. She
left the police stiitlon weeping, but
expressing tonfldenru that her child
woud bo restored to her.'
- BULLETIN ADS PAY SJH
Cured by' Lydia E. Pink
Mauwon, X.J.-I feci that LydlaE.
Plnklmm's vegetablo Compound has
given me new inc.
1 suffered for ten
years with' serious
-'mv iSM frnlniri troubles. In.
could not sleep.
-,Ts. S sSH Doctors iravo me
li'HkilsH up. as they said my
chronic. I was In
despair, and did not
care whether 1 lived
or died, when I read about Lydla E.
1'inKiianv vegetable compound ; soi
befrah to tako It, and nm well again and
relieved of all my suffering.1' Mrs.
(Hoikik .Toimr, Box -10, Mnrlton, NJ,
Lyilla K. rlnkham's Vegetablo Com
pound, mado from natlvo roots and
herbk, contains no narcotics or harm
ful drugs, and to-d.iv holds tho record
for the largest number of actual cures
of female diseases wo know of, nud
on Die In tho 1'iiikham laboratory at
,I.ynn, JLnv, from women who have
ueen curcu i rom aimosi every lorm oi
female comidalnts. iiillammatlon. ul
ceration, dliplacemcnts.flbrold tumors,
irregularities, penomcrains, DncKacne,
indigestion and nervous prostration.
Every suffering woman owes It to her.
self to gho Ljdla K. l'lnkliam's Vege.
table Compound u trial.
If yoi would lll(o speclni ndvlce
about your case write, n confiden
tial letter to Mrs. lMnklinm. at
Lynn.'Mnffa. 'Her udvlco la free,
IIU lt1UJ UUU1UI,
Uixion Electric Co.,
Beretania St., near Fort St.
Come and learn particulars at
T0WNSEND UNDERTAKING CO.
'Beretania St., Opp. Sachs',
WING ON CHONG
it . t i .
Mattress and Furniture Makers.
Picture Frames made to orsWand
a large variety of stock on hand.
Bethel St., opp. Empire Theater.
LADES' W00L SWEATERS
SILK AND, KID 'GLOVES
t SILK LISLE HOSIERY '
Hiss Kate Woodard
. 1141 Fort Street. ,
Herald Pure Rye and
i Bourbon , ,
Thps. F. McTighe & Co.,
PHOJIE 10. V. O..BQZ 7M
Dr. F. SCMJRMANN
222 Emma Square.
House Consulting, 2-3 p. m.. Sat
urdays excepted. Operating, 8-12
a. m., 3-6 p. m.
, ,CHARLTE AT THE -
Still on deck. See his curios,
5-GENT CIGAR.. ,
M. As Gunst fc Co.
FORT AND KING STREETS.
CONTRACTOR' and BUILDER;
PLUMBING and PAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
King St.; P. 0. Box Oil
Expert work at moderate prices.
Bergstrom Music Co.' Ltd.
Odd Fellows' Blda.
Received ex Alameda a New Ship
meat o( Latest Styles in
1028 NUUANU ST.
The Weekly Edition cf the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of the day.
Wnntcd American gentleman
wnnts furnished room with or
without meals. Kindly describe
accommodations offered nnd stnto
terms In reply. Address "Perma
nent," Ilullctln office. -H12-U
A marker nnd distributor for laun
dry; good position for right party.
Apply to Richard II. Trent, 91V
Kort St. 4409-41
Wanted Hoy to run
useful nbout store,
A loan of 12,000 on gilt-edged real
estate security. Address 184E,
An experienced lady hat trimmer.
Address K. Fukuroda, Hotel St.
Clean wiping r'aga'at tho Uultetln of
A Japaneso with 8 years experience
nt rooking desires a position with
private family. Address P. O.
881. Phono D52. 4lll-2t
Japanese Prlvato Cooking School-
Families or hotels supplied with
cooks. C. M. Matzte, 1457 Auld
Lane. Phone 1C64.
Ilctwecn Ucthcl St. and Wnlklkl on
King St. or Kalakaua Ave., black
bag with Initial K., containing
Jewelry. Ilcturu to this office,
Sultnblo rownrd. 4410-2t
Lost A gold wntdi; open fnce;
moaogramed case; small photo In
hack. Liberal reward for return
to this office. 4412-2t
In the Aquarium, Saturday, a white
linen belt, with' white Ivory carved
'buckle. Reward at B a 1 1 1 1 n
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.
Notice Is hereby given that a new
Directory of Subscribers ot the Mu
tual Telephone Co., Ltd., will short
ly be published.
All subscribers desiring any
chance ot name or address are earn
estly requested to,leave Instructions,
In writing, at the office ot tho, Com
pany, corner ot Alakca and Mer
chant Sts,., on or before Wodncsday,
Sopt. Iffth, 1909, after which date
no changes will bo made for the new
MUTUAL TELEPHONE CO., LTD.
Honolulu, Sept. 1, 1909.
Tho annual meeflng ot the Wal
nlha" Hul Land will be held 'at 10
o'clock a. m. Sept. 30, '1909, at Wal
nlha, Hanalet, Kauai.
JAMES JC. LOTA., President.,
Anyone having unpaid bills
against the Board ot Commissioners
for Hawaii ot the Alaska-Yukon-Pa-
clllc Exposition, Incurred by their
order,, will please present the same
to tho secretary, Mr, H. P. Wood, at
the rooms of then Hawaii Promotion
Committee on or before Boptember
ioth,vf?.o?. o... I,.9W
We are in line with the
best assortment of
In the market. All'makes,
Perfumed and Plain.
Just ask for the kind you"
Lennhardt's Candies always
King and Fort Sts.
" " 'Phone 131.'
Desirable mosrjulto-proof rooms and
board fur gentlemen. "The Mac
donald" ,New llungalow, Puna
hou Street. 4380-tt
Furnished House IS rooms; at
Wnlklkl; 130 a month. Apply C.
It. Itqc, llerctanla nnd Htchard.
Large furnished rooms for ladles,
with or without board. Mrs. K. D.
Wlcke, 124S Iicretanla Ave.
Two furnlfhed rooms. Apply Mr.
D. McConnell, 1223 Kmma St.
Furnished lottaxe and housekeeping
rooms. Inquire t'ottngo Drove.
A TIIEATItli FOR SALU, In Uio ccn-
ter of tbo city, will, comfortable
chairs and complete molng picture
outfit. Will scat over S00 people.
A bargalu. Tho Fleet will arrive lu
two weeks nud this Is on excellent
opportunity to make a harvest. In
quire lleul KstHto Cichango, 82 S.
A few first mortgages on real estate;
12 per cent net; money Invested
on Income bearing property; ab
solute security; In sums from
1100 upward. P. K. Strauch, At-torney-at-law,
Watty Wdg., 74 8.
King St. 4335-tt
Ferns Australian and other varie
ties; also logs, baskets, begonias
and stephnotls plants. For par
ticulars call on Mils Johnson, Fort
street, near Vienna liakery
Six II. P. Locomobile engine, with
fittings for launch; oheap. For
particulars apply 1C6S Beach
Phaeton nnd harness, $"."; In good
condition. Address C, Uultetln
-sta . , ' i na
FOR SALE XATHUKI DISTRICT.
Almost new home 4 roams hti
lot 50x116-8 feet improved, a pret
ty home, fine view ocean and oity,
near Sixth avenue. Price f 1,800.
Another, and this one it jnst what
you are looking for A real bar-
kbui, up-iu-unie siyie Dusgaiow, o
large rooms; iota wide verandas;
two lots, ouxKasi feet; large front
lawn planted with hedges, plants,
many kinds of fruits. Honolulu
can't nrodnca a better fnr the nuinn
for home or investment. Price
52,200. Picture at offloe.
PACD7IC COAST REAL ESTATE CO.
F. B. ltunroe. Mgr.
848 Kaohomanu St.
Mr and Mrs. Hashimoto, ,'
478 BERETANIA AVE., near EMMA
Bath and Electrical Treatment.
Boston Baku! Beans.
Boston Brown Bread.
Leave orders a day ahead.
28 loavei ot bread for $1.00.
1129 Fort St. Phone 197.
Levy's for Groceries
Y0UN0 LADD2S WANTED
learn the hairdressing trade. '
Fort and Beretania Sts,
Bicycle shop and general repairing
work,, Specialty in nickle, silver
and gold pldted work.
KINO, OPP. ALAPAI ST. .
4 1 'rrt.- -x(''.j;tipSiilV1-Afc'