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EENNO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. If., Kill DAY. SITT. 17, lOOfl
Wants Perm's Body
To Unit.cl States
What Army and Navy
I Folk Are Doing:
t I !! I .1. i , ... I
Japanese Employment Association,
Nuuanu find Pauuhi Sts. Call up
Iiliope G97 If jnu want a cook,
good boy or tenants.
M. Ucila, Japanese Employment Of-
lite. Alnpal St., near ilctulnnla.
Otto Oss Carpenter, Jobber and
Contractor. Phone 3503. 1420
Victoria St. 4321-lm
Nathan M. lewis, Teacher of Piano
mil Organ. 1 IG2 Kninu. 4 lOS-liu
For Walanao, W.uuiua, Kahuku and
Way Statlona 9:15 a. m., 3:20 p. m.
For Pearl City, Ewa Mill and Way
Stations 17:30 a. ra., 9:15 a. m.,
11:05 a. in., 2:15 p. in., 320 p. m.. '
5:15 p. m.p J9:30 p. in., tUiOO p. m
For Wablawu I:16 a. m. and
"6:15 p. m.
Arrlro Honolulu from Kabuku,
Wiilalua and Walanae S:3G a. m.. j
..6:31 p. m.
Arr)vo In Honolulu from Ewa Mill
and I'enrl City 17:6 a. m., S:3t I
ft. m., 1(:38 a. m., 1:40 p. m "4:31 j
li in., -a:oi p. m., -:jw p. m.
Arrlvo Honolulu from Wahlawa
S:3C a. m. and 5:il p. m,
t Ex. Sun-lay.
t Sunday Only.
Tl)e Halolwa Limited, a two-hour
truln (only first-class tickets hon
ored), lracs Honolulu cery Suuday
at 822 a. m.; rctlirnlng, arrives lu
Honolulu at 10:10 p. m. The Limited
stops only at Pearl City and Walanae.
0. P. DKNISON. F. C. SMITH.
Pau Ka liana
TnE ENEMY TO DIRT.
At Your Grocer's.
Ohas. R. Frazier
i?hone 371. 122 King St.
manufactured from pure distilled wa
ttr. Delivered to any part of city by
OA'uU ICE AND EUCTRIC CO.,
At All Watcbdealers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,"
Cor. iimi and KING Sts., HoiaUIq.
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25o pei
hundred in 10-lb. lots
W. O. BARNHART,
fi OF AIL KINDS. i
DEALERS IN lUUJlES.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Queen Street :: :: f: Honolulu.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers
AMERICAN DRY GOODS
FORT and QUF.EN ST8.
.Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
563 S. BERETANIA SI.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler wrk
and RIVITED PIPES for irripttion
purposes a specialty. Particulb.' at
tention paid to JOB WORK, and re
pairs executed at shortest notice,
P. H. BURNETTE
Com'r. of Deeds for California xrd
New York; NOTARY PUBLIC;
Grant Marriage Licenses; Draws
Mortgap.es. Deeds, Bills of Sale,
lenses, Wills, Etc. Attorney for the
District Courts. 70 MERCHANT ST,
HONOLULU; PHONE 310.
Woven Wire Mattresses repaired at
the Frctory Honolulu Wire Bed
Co., 12C0 Alapal St. Telephone
Duiscnberg & Farrar, Architects, 62
03 Alexander Young Hulldlng.
fee Sing Kee--Plumber and Tinsmith.
Smith St.. bet. Hotel and PauahL
.Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
" ' 'HltnrUI Room Phon 184
Beautiful' pieces at very low prices.
Jewelers and Silversmiths.
137 MERCHANT STREET.
First-class residence property, sit
tinted at Pawaa on King and Young
streets. Building in first-class or
der and connected with artesian wa
ter. Electric lieht and gas. Also
Kapiolani Park 'ots and improved
piopeity at uaujia and other prop
'ys lies. Hawaii
& SOUTH SEAS CURIO CO. Youne
Building. (Next Cable Office.)
King Street, Ewa of Fishmarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE-
Teiritdrial Board ol
Office 403 Stangewald Bldg.
New Picture Hats
They're simply swell at
Second Floor Boston Bldg.
The Finest Eathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS. AND CIGARS.
W. C. BERGIN. Proprietor.
LUNCHES And D B I N X I
The mmt poouur
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel St. near Fort
ark Srullv Jack Robert)
We liavo lor sale Hack Set Ranges,
Hi0 I to 9 ft.; lirldgu & lleach
"Superior Stoves;" Quick Meal
and Perfection oil stoves; Farm
ei 's llrollcrs, Camp and Laundry
stoics. Phone 211. EMMELUTH
& CO.. LTD.. 145 King St.
PERFECTION ROOF PAINT
Give it a trial. Guaranteed to prove
good. Write for booklet to P. 0.
THEO, ,H. DAVIES & CO., AGENTS.
I JJBJT BULLETIN ADS PAY "Tprj
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M 1 HlWiSSSiM Si MmJsJSi
SRAVE OF WILLIAM PENpT'
VB 'SmssbW. t
A. Mitchell Palmer, representative
from Pennsylvania, Is leading tho
movement to have tho Pulled States
IiiIiik tho coinn containing tho body of
William I'cim to this country and have
It interred on tho hanks of tho Dela
ware. Tho body of Poim now reposes
lu n practically nbandonedcenii'tury
in HiickliiRlinmsliIro, KiiKland, and.
considering his dlstliiRulstied caicer,
tho gravo Is nut appropriately marked,
Mr. Palmer IntendH to tuko tho matter
up with tiic President and endeavor
to get bin support.
TAFT MAKES RECORD
SHOT OH GOLF LINKS.
NEW YOKK September 5. In a
golf match game qt eighteen holeJ
on tliu Myopia links nt Hoverly be
tween President Tuft and Joseph A.
Allshuler, tho President holed out
tho lirnsslc shot nt a distance of 170
Mo took a long look nt tho flag
on his third stroke as it ho wcro
measuring tho distance. Tho fnlr
green run slight ly down hill. Tho
putting green also slanted a little,
with an additional slight slopo to
tho left. Tho little white sphere
shot up from the green, grass, never
rising to a height of more thnn
twenty feet, and flew straight to
ward the putting green nud into the
This is bellcicil to ho tho Ameri
can record for a shot that holed out.
At tho clubhouse ono of tho mem
bers recalled tho fact that u pro
fessional had put down a rleek glint
of ldO yards nt llnltuiiol, hut no
ono had ever heard before ot a shot
170 yards In length, holing out In
this (oiiutry. it mny aim exceed
anything of tho hind Hint hag been
SEALER BRINGS NEWS.
SAN PRANC1SCO, Sept. 1. The
steamer Homer, Captain Donaldson,
which has been running under
charter to the North American Com-
inciLriil Company, nrrlvcd hcic from
the I'rlbloff Islands- yesterday with
11,000 seal skins, which in their
present unattractive state aro woith
nbout IfiOO.OOII. The skins wen
unloaded jestenl.iy nt Oakland li.ug
wharf, and will bo shipped by fjM
fi eight arrows the continent to Lou
don, where they will be piep.irod
for tho nptiket. This la perhaps
tho last bliIpmuntof seal sMna tliat
tho North American Commercial
Company will brng fiom thu Pi lb
loff Islands, ns tho company's im
lesslou there cxpliea this year.
The Homer bflnga woid of tho
dUi-ovi'i-y of n sulphur mine in the
rim uf tho crater on tho top of
Mount Mnkushln. It was discov
ered by Captain Krank Meeiwaldt,
who was prospecting for gold, and
tho deposit is bald to run U0 per
cent pmo sulphur.
I'nulaskn was shaken by an earth
quake Aug. 10, while, the Homer
was In port. No diimngn was do no
at Dutch Haibor, hut one ot the lev
cnuo cutters in poit was going to
make an Investigation of tho I logos
lot Inlands to M'o- what tiio eailli
(pinko had done In that changeable
neighborhood. It wns thcio that
Perry Itlrtnd wns born In April,
l'JOU. Last year Peri" Island ills
appealed, nud lu Its place Is n Inko
ot bulling water.
Tour thousand policemen will
pintei-t trees nud shrubs at ltlvor-
1.I1I0 P.iilt, New York, fiom tho
crowds which will watch the luter
nntlminl navnl parado at llio Hud-sou-l'ulloii
Colonel (lot gas, from
mony uf such men as
.Minister at Panama and others who
made closo observations, estimates
Hint the totul deaths from jollow
fuver among the I'lench canal em
ployees during their nlno ijcarn of
trial at Panama was about 10,600.
According to tho proportion between
the foices employed, the American
Iomips by death from yellow fever
should now total to about 8,000, but
the actual !os has been only nine
teen. At the end of our five seats
of occupation, from all causes our
losses by deaths, bused on tho
I-iench loiscs, should be 23,So0,
. .. ,, . . .
whereas they actually have ncen oh-
'I'll,. unl...l,.n ........ I.. Tn..n.
III VUIICI.I ,I11IJI nOIVIll lit l,lltlll
Is most sntisfartoilly enforced, says
the Japan (lazette, of Yokohama,
but some ntithoiltlcs urgo that even
thus tho principle of national scr
vl(c is not fully re.iljzed. on ac
count of the exceptions made In tho
rase of the rich and learned clnsses.
the result being Hint tho soldiers j
enrolled will eventually consist only ;
of the poorer classes, who may be
come hirelings. ll,r,0l out of ,'."l,-
!)C7 men of lonsc-rlpt ago were nl-
lowed Inst jear to postpone their I
conscript examinations. Some prl-1
vnto bcuoois in Japan endeavor tn
nttrnrt students by obtaining for
lliPin favors lu military concrlp
tlon. Army Personals.
Ilrig, Uen, Clarence It. IMwards,
Chief of tho Ilurenu of Insular Af
fairs, tifter a very pleasant tour of
Kurupu on lenvc, in which ho vi
sited Paris, Ilcrlln -ind London, sail
ed Aug. -0 from Northampton, and
will nrrlvo in New York Sept. 3.
Lieutenant Co. William ,. Maun,
commanding officer nt Jefferson liar
rack, Mo., recently underwent :i
slight surgical operation, and Is tem
porarily confined to his quarters,
but is expected to resume his duties
In nbout ten days.
Among the visiting ofllccrs at
Camp Perry, Ohio, this week during
tho National Matches were Lieut.
(ion. J. C. Hates. U. S. A., rotlied,
and Drlg. Uen. William Ciozler,
Chief of Oidiiiince. U S. A
Klrst Lieut. Austin M. Pardee,
20th Inf., Is granted leave to In
elude Sept. 4. 1900, to tulio effect
iiMn his relict fiom duty with tho
Army Itlllr- Competition nt Kort
Sheridan, ill. (Aug. 13, D. Lakes.)
Oflkora of the V. S. S. St. I.oul8,
recently nt Samoa, on cruise, icport
that American rule In Samoa Is po
pillar, and thoy speak In high terms
of the company of Hnmoaus organiz
ed Into what U known as the Kill
Kill, or local gnrrlton. 'Tho mon
are uclected from nntong tjio Samo
an chiefs, who hold their position
durjng good behavior. Had beha
vior forfeits their place in tho
ranks. They aro clothed In led tur
bans, liliiu loin cloths and a very
short skill. Thov cnrrv the rcuu-1
latlon American rille nnd aro expert
In tho manual of arms, nnd, In fact
in nny of tho maneuvers or dilll ie
quired of nil. Hoops In the bcrvlco
of Undo Sam. They ate paid at tho
late of about $18 per month and
nre rnmmnnded by American navnl
officers. They nre a picturesque
body of men, and have beeu in tho
tiervlco for hovcr.il years.
Tho recent loss of the llittlah
subuiailno C-ll culls attention tu
thu fact that there aro now under
construction Ufo-savlng helmets with
which it Is Intended to equip1 alt sub
marines of the Ilrltish navy. Neith
er C-ll nor C-l" had thesu devicej
at thu time of the collision. Tho
hctmot appliance, us dcxcilhcd by the
London engineer, consists of n short
tiinto of water-proof material, to
which is united a helmet (nutnlnltig
cnrtililgcs of a ceitaln cliemUal biili
fctniwn, which, In the presence of wa
ter vapor of tho breath, gives off
puro oxygen, nnd tukes up the car
bon dioxide of the expired air, III
this reaped thu apparatus lu similar
to ceitalu forms of self-coutiilned
tmohi) helmets for use in mines. As
adapted for submarines the helmet
nnd Jacket complete weigh only six
Results of Battleship Cruise.
Nothing could more cloaily reveal
how the world cruise of the ilattlo
hhlp Fleet, was misunderstood than
some of tin newspaper jiinplieL-es
inudo n ifar ago, Theso seem to bo
entirely forgotten lu the chorus of
upplauso which greeted the fleet's
icturn. It will bo lcmcinhcrcd that
uftcr tho licet touched thu P.ictllc
coast many newspapers said that It
ought to .return, that Its (hlcf pur
pose had been accomplished, and
that Us further voyage acioss tho
Purine would bo of no value. They
could soo nothing In its cruise but a
desire to "show off" on tho pait of
the United States, as If It were a boy
within now pair ot boots splashing
nrouinl In a mud puddle. They
'eemeil unable to forecast tho In-
I uuence upon uic pouui-s oi inu
world wliUli lay hidden In It. Tula
t)pc of blindness was Illustrated by
the New Haven (Conn.) IteKlster,
whose editorial entftled "Two Voy
BKva" wc fiiiilul this week. In lonklliR
over some old cllpplnKS. Wo refer
to it now because U demonstrates
leir!y nt this day tho capacity for
liilsunderstnndlnR the weight which
eucIi n display of naval strciiKth can
lme upon the nations of the world.
There Is n Inigc class of people who
can Fee in a inmnnient of soldiers
or naval cfscls only a desire to par-
,""V. Ill IFIIISICJ, ,, ,1, JJIUJ IIIU UIIIIJ.
Thov rnnnM ,.... ,' ,,,..
n.ln I.. I,l,t.l.. ... ... hlni. .1... I., .11.
military armaments are associated
with tho politics of the lending na
tions. Treaties nud conventions be
tween nations arc nffcited, If not
Inspired, by theso armaments. As
soon ns Japan showed she wns able
to take rare of herself, mid th.1t her
Mildlcrs and ships could bo tired for
tile nsslstnnco of her ally, sho did
not have to watt long to Had a great
nation ready to make an alliance
LETTER FROM FIJI
Suva. September Cth, 1909.
Kdltnr Evening II u 1 1 e 1 1 n.
I am at present In FIJI on my
trip to New Xeatand, Australia and
I wish to s.iy I enjoyed my slny In
Hawaii. The climate Is more equable
than on I'lJI, In fact the very best
climate that I have been fortunate
so far to enjoy. And the people thcrq
arc, good. The very Ilrst handshake
offered mo In Honolulu on landing
last Spring, was quickly accompan
ied with the pleasant and custom
ary "Alohn! I shall not forget that
event. 1 Iinve been in Europe (I was
born there); I hnvo been nil over
the United States and Canada; I
canto from Alaska to Hawaii, but
never before did I experience nny
rnlutc with ns prompt nud hearty a
The I'lJI Islands am undoubtedly
a group ot Islands with a brilliant
grand future. The sugar plantations
on FIJI are specially favored, being
able to raise cane without tho heavy
expense ot irrigation. Whllo Irri
gation Is a means to an end. It also
presents tho perennial expenses of
maintenance. And those expenses
are sapping. I can easily sco why
tho plantation owners and niantigcrs
are up In arms 'at any expense
swooped down on them, ray by the
Into strike, for Instance. They liavo
cnpltal Invested, and by capital bor
lowed. may bo for these very ex
pensive Irrigation schemes. Still
moderation and consideration nre
virtue:! of paramount bearing, not
nloue tu the laboilng man, but nlro
for tho great captains of modern In
dustry. I am well uwnro of tho cju
elal fact, that Labor nm! Capital nev
er pool Issue. Hut, when In olden
I "mc "10 A f I,all"nl Performed
me reiiiiirMiuiu iiurucic ui uiutiuK
to tho prophet, he' listened. And he
did well In so doing.
Threo bundled Islands constitute
I'lJI, 1 am told. Suva Is tho capital
and ,a very pleasant sight to tho
traveller nfter 8 or 9 d.iya spent
lea-rolling on tile wide, wldo ocean
Two of thu oldest white lesldents on
I'lJI nru: Swedes, Messr. it. Anrep
luid Capt, Lombcrg. They have been
in I'lJI nenily 40 years. Thero are
no Norwegian or Danes on I-'IJI, nnd
only nbout half a dozen (loriiians.
Sill! the white population, counted
all over tho Islands, lendi up to
nbout If.riOll. It Is all English. In
tact FIJI Is English tn the (ore. May
bo Just ns well. I learned one thing
light nt once Hint United Stntes mo
ney is no good here, except at tho
I am nut of the domains of my
naturalization country, hut will re
turn again If nothing In tint coun
try happens. United States and Us
possession nio good enough for me.
With tho best well-wishes tn inu,
Mr. Kdltnr, nud tu all the renders nf
jour esteemed dally, and with
thanks tn all llioso who so kindly
favored me with their p.itionnge In
my business as 'tuner, I icmiiln,
Very lespectfully yours,
Itrom Minneapolis, Minn.
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
A 'gallery nf the dead," In which
photographs and measurements of
all unidentified bodies hto kcpU is
u novelty at the Plttsbuig morgue.
i loan of S2.000 on gllt-cdgcd real
estate security. Address 1843,
An experienced Indy hat trimmer. I
Address K. l'ukurodu, Hotel St.
To Inn soiing chickens of any breed.
Pond Dairy. Tel. S90. 4114-lw
Clean wiping rags at tho Ilutletln of
Japanese Private Cooking School
Kanillk'3 or hotels supplied with
cooks. C. M. Matzlc, 1 157 Auld
Lane. Phone 1504.
Shell rnrved Ivory brnrclct, set 1n
gold, between -Young Hotel and
Kallhl. llcward If returned to
tlilti oMlco. 4413-tt
A rani nt Palnma Tire Station, Sept
10. Owner can have same by
paying for this ad. Address 899
N. King St. 4ll5-3t
We are in line with the
best assortment of
In the market. All makes.
Perfumed and Plain.
Just ask for the kind yon
Lehnhardt's Candies always
King and Fort Sts.
Enter the Kingdom
Of your own home. Some rare
chances that you don't find every
Near Dominis; 8 rooms
and bath $5,000.00
Lunalilo St., corner
,Six rooms and bath a
beautiful home 4,000.00
Diamond Head, 110x200;
a rare bargain 4,750.00
Six rooms and bath; an
i ideal bungalow 3,200.00
Near Country Club; 10
rooms and bath; acre
of ground 3,200.00
Emma St., Near Vineyard-
Six rooms & bath; right
down town 2,750.00
Near Makiki St.; five
. rooms. Lot 50x120. . 2.500.00
Near Waialac Road; five
rooms and bath. Lot
50x236. Don't miss
Six rooms and bath. Lot
112x150. Cost $3,000.
Owner needs money.. 1,000 00
Fort St., Near School-
Six roomr. Rent $10.00
per month. An invest-
. incut 900.00
Four rooms, Worth
Call in nnd tee us. Always glad
to show our lift.
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE. LTD.
Phone 152. 82 King St.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTING.
Ifuce: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
King St.; P. 0. Box 914.
CHARLIE AT THE
Still on deck, Sec his curios.
'For Sale" tarda t Bulletin.
A THHATItn UOll SALE, in tho cen
ter of tho city, will, crmfortablo
chairs and complete moving picture
outfit. Will scat over D00 people.
A baigaln. Tho l-'Icet will arrlvo lu
two weeks and this Is an excellent
opportunllj tu mako a harvest.' In
quire Heal Estatu Exchange, 83 S.
A few Ilrst mortgages on real estate!
13 per cent net; money Invested
on Income bearing property; nb
' roltite security; in sums from
S100 upward. P. II. Strauch. At-torney-nt-law,
Walty Illdg., 74 S.
King St. 438&-lt
Perns Australian and other varie
ties; also logs, baskets, begontai
and stephnotls plant1!. 1'or par
ticulars call on Miss Johnson, l'ort
street, near Vienna llakcry
Six II, P. Locomobllo engine, with ,
fittings ior launch; cheap. Tor
particulars apply 1CC9 lleach.
A restaurant; cheap; must go tu
States; good trade. Apply at
llfiC Port street. 4411-lw
Hcslrnblo mosquito-proof rooms and
board for gentlemen. "The Mac
donnhl" New llungnlow, Punn
hou Street. 43S0-U
Large furnished rooms for ladles,
with or without board, Mrs. P. D.
WIcko, 1245 Hcretanla Ave.
Two .furnished rooms. Apply Mrs.
D. McConuell, 1333 Emma St.
FOR SALE KAIMUKI DISTRICT.
Almost new house, 4 rooms, bath,
lot 50x110-8 feet, improved, a pret
ty home, fine view ocean and city1,
near Sixth avenue. Price $1,200.
Another, and this one is just what
you arc looking for. A real bar
gain; up-to-date style bungalow, 5
large rooms; both wide verandas;
two lots, 50x232 feet; large front
lawn planted with hedges, "plants,
many kinds of fruits. Honolulu
can't produce a better for the money
for home or investment. Price
$2,200. Picture at office.
PACIFIC COAST REAL ESTATE CO,
F. a. Hunroci Mgr.
848 Kaohumanu St.
Mr and Mrs. Hashimoto,
178 BERETANIA AVE., ncav EMMA
Bath and Electrical Treatment.
Curios, Sisal Leis, Calabashes, etc.
Hotel, near Fort.
Levy's for Groceries
YOUNG LADIES WANTED to
learn the hairdrcssing trade.
Fort and Bcretania Sts.
Bicycle shop and general repairing
work. Specialty in nickle, silver
and gold plated work.
KING, 0PP. ALAPAI ST.
Received ex Alameda a New Ship
sent of Latest Styles in
1(12!1 NUUANU St
"For Sale" cards at Bulletin.
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