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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, October 30, 1909, 3:30 EDITION, Page 8, Image 8',
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BVfcNINQ ntlU.KTIN, HONOLULU, T. II., BATU11DAV, OCT. 30, 1909.
And the Man
PPORTUNITY is said to knock but once.
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II Alii isIUJf UC )VUi llUtill IV 1U13C 11U1U t I1UJUU1UIU UW1"
lar-a-i!ayM existence to a Dositlcn where your talcnit, properly
trained, will receive recognition and reward.
It is for jou to say NOW whether you will take full advantage of
the opportunity thus ofTered wheher 3 on will remain in the "down
nnd-out'' class or rise to a position that will bring you happiness in
your working days and comfort in yoar old age. Be a rolling stone.
Who wants to gather moss? Take the first step today this very min
ute by selecting your occupation, marking it on the attached coupon
and mailing the coupon.
This is Opportunity arc you the man?
JsltrnitiMil Corrisflflndtoci School., . rv
Aeency for Hawaiian Islands . 931 Fort St . Honolulu
MpUlrt wiihnnl fonftar oMtratluo en m? part,
i rn htf toritMpomuaa baton wfcicfc I bata
t1a a (Wtaataa
M . agia
Tlaaaa I tt
Steam Roller & w'hMcon "" w
kinds of iteam rolling, plowing and
TraCtiOn Engine "cavy haling at reasonable rate.
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co.,
Office Fort Si Opp. W. Q. Irwin & Co. Phone 281.
J. HOPP & CO.
Furniture Co., Ltd.
MnJkJP 'WRtlu r
Itr? " SHMfll
V . JaV
Makes Good Blood
Prick your skin
with a needle.
that It It
en the .kin
putule, i.lt-rli.um, bolls eatbun-
otn, and olhor toc.i. Tliota simply
tail ot something bad down deep In
th blood lu.lf. ..Ointments, waihei,
powd.r.and cosmetics will act reach
th..ll. "Vott mutt Uk. out all Im
purities from tht system with '
and then i. how quickly tht skin
troubles will disappear.
A now made, Ayr 8nra
parilta contain no alcohol,
Thera are- many imitation
B tura you get "Ayor'i."
tntmi ky Or. I. C. Am ft C , troll MM, l-
SAN I'ltAXCISCO, Oct. 29. Lew
Powell, n coining lightweight, today
milled to hta Hiring ot tlctorleg by
knocking out Johnny Krnne,ln the
eighth round. Km) lie recently won
n limit with ltyland nnd hnd been
looked upon to win.
Prom the above rnble It will be
Been that the milch boosted Lew
Powell lias made good und hns dono
na well as hi ft frlenda nlwn
claimed he would.
Interest Is nroiiaed In tho matter
when It is remembered that ,DIck
Cullen. who la to box Charlie Uellly
tonight, once heat ltyland, who In
turn una matched with Frayne, and
lost to him.
Powell la a fine lightweight nnd
hna fought hla way right Ihto the
front rank of hla class. Ily defeat
ing Johnny Frayne In eight rounda
he hna done good work, nnd now he
la in line for the championship.
LEAD THE WORLD
Stationary and marine for all
kinds of work. Demonstrations
of Standard engines that have
been in use for years cheerfully
It pays to buy the Standard.
Honolulu Iron Works
Office - Nuuanu Street
There la no perceptible decrease
ii tho Biipply ' Filipino laborers
now coming to tho Hawaiian Is
lands, notwithstanding the rather
strenuous opposition thnt has greet
ed the efforti of Messrs. Steven and
Plnkhnm W tho Spanish nnd mcstl
so haciendcros of the Islands of Ce
bu, Negros and I'unay.
Tho I'atlllc Mull steamer China
brought fort) -six Filipinos ready for
work In tht- enno fields and the su
gar mills ot Hawaii. The little
brown brothcre, na they have been
affectionate!) designated by no lesa
n prominent personage than Presi
dent William II. Tnft, wero trnna
ferrcd by the barge to the Immigra
tion Station where they will be sub
jected to the usual examination nnd
inspection ns prescribed by the Fed
Twehc Hussions also nrrhed by
the China, and they are n portion of
tho part) which Territorial Immi
gration Agent A. 1. C. Atkinson wns
compelled to leave at Kobe, Japan,
because of a slight affliction which
prevented the Immigrants from be
ing passeil by the quarantine officials
of the Japanese port.
In the recent arrival ot Russians
there arc three women. Tho mem
bers of the party arc a tine appear
Ing lot of laborers and are on a par
with the Initial shipment which
came here under the charge ot
Messrs. l'erelstrouse und Atkinson
by the last Siberia.
They will be subjected to general
Inspection and observation nt tho
Immigration Station before being
allowed to depart to take up such
emplojment' ns is ottered them.
They are anklous to Join their breth
ren and friends on Hawaii and Ka
uul plantations. In responso to
eager questioning the new arrivals
weie told that the first party had
settled down comfortably to work
and thnt they appeared contented
with their new home In Hawaii.
Messrs Steven and Plnkham, who
have been Conducting an aggressive
campaign for securing recruits from
the southern1 Islands In tho Philip
pine archlp'ago, aro said hy the na
tives who arrived here jeiterday as
meeting with a continuation of suc
cess. New hbartrs are being se
cured from both Negros and Fnnay,
and now the campaign has been ex
tended Intd the island of Cebu,
where for Vtmc months past consid
erable rnllrond construction work
has been conducted by the govern
ment. The Filipinos from this por
tion of tho group aro a far more In
duatrloua race of people than tho
natives found on Luzon in or near
The party which cornea here by
the China Includes half a dozen wo
men, several being rather young and
comely senorltas. A few little child
ren are with the new arrivals. The
Filipinos miss their fighting roost
ers and the cock pits, as they claim
that they are not allowed to Import
chickens or the sportive fowl Into
Many of the Filipinos havo been
provided with new suits of clothes,
and the picturesque garb of the tao
of the Islands Is lacking In tho party
on tne China.
They say that the labor agents nre
now working In a district where
satisfactory results should follow the
In order to avoid a possible meet
ing with the labor agitators which
more or less Infest Manlh, Messrs.
Steven and Plnkham dispatched the
forty-six who nrilved here today
from Hollo nnd Cebu to Hong Kong
utrcct. They sailed from the Phil
ippines by tho China Navigation
liner Rung Klang and were there
fore not molested. At the Chlnn
coatt port they wore promptly trans
ferret! to the Pacific Mail steamer
China, and the Philippine Junta
which holds forth at Hongkong was
unable to Intimidate the recruits for
The Filipinos nre ready for work
and anxious to reach their field of
paasYaaijr a aaBaBBaaaaw
A I.AFIOIJ list of liaKr.pPL'i'ra tin I ii
miscellaneous cargo arrived from Ha-
wall nnd Maul ports this morning bj
the Intcrrlsland steamer Mnunn KVu
The vessel brought i craUm of celery,
i packages or vegetable'), 1 s.ickH
awn, 3t sacks of taro. 5 crnti-s
chickens, fi sacks of con.. RG r'.iti.
or cabbage, and HO packages of hjh
dries. On deck thore wus a shipment
of 249 sheep. Tho four fi)jtc. pisfeu
gcrs hnd all sorts of fun when tln.v
wcro released ami wero In I down tho
gnngvray tt tho whnrf. Vlu two o-ij.)
nl sei had put consldcra'ili glnioi In
to the mutton and their meiry gun
Lois over the wharf caused much
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for WHoorm6 couch, oioop.
ASTHMA, COUGH!. RONCHnM. SORI
THROAT. CATARIH. DITHTHEMA
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m.ud ikMtt lOt.
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IM IMm SlrM,
Ht Tttk Car.
mi im iWMYI
TO ATTEND CAUCUS
Sayi He, With Other Republican,,
Hai Been Shut Out From Previ
ous Meetings Hostility Devel
oping Among Some Senaton.
President W. 0. Smith of tho Sen
ate has summoned a mucus oft the
faithful to assemble on Monday In
the committee, room. From the
wording of his summons, It docs not
appear that he omitted nny good
and true tlepubllcana, but resent
ment ia a peculiar fruit of neglect,
nnd Senator Coehlo represents a
number of Insurgent Republicans
who will not bo at that caucus.
Coehlo makes the specific state
ment that In the past caucuses have
been held, nnd he with other sup
porters of the party have been over
looked. In fnct they have been left
out of tho program entirely nnd feel
good and sore about It.
At any rate It will be Interesting
to note the effect that the absence
of some ot tho Republican members
will hnvo on the caucus.
Ilecnuse he published an artlclo
In the Issuo of his paper last Wed
nesday heaping praises upon the as
sassin of Prince Itn, Lo Sun, editoi
of the Cheo How Chin, will probably
receive the attention of the Unltca
States officials, with arrest nnd ulti
mate deportation as a possibility,
A translation of the. article will
ho submitted to United states Dis
trict Attorney Ilrecl.ons today and
upon hla decision na to the sufficien
cy of grounda for prosecution rests
the further action by the Unlteu
The same grounda upon which I
Sun may bo deported will bo con
sidered, against tho Koreans who
held n Jubilation meeting when tho
news of Ito's assassination was re
ceived. Tho law provides that those
who havo been In tho country loss
than three years and advocate the
assassination of a public official may
be deported. .
CARIOUS CRAFT In the Inter Island
scrvlco aro distributed as f.illt)s. tie
cording to a report from Pinner Phil
lips of tho Mnuna Kea th'.j morning.
Tho steamer Kalulanl Is ft Hltn. tho
Ukollke at Wnlnaku tho Kauai at Ku.
kalun, tho Iwalanl at Honnl'ni-, tho Ml
kahala and the Clatidlno at I.alialna at
tho time of the departure) of tho Mu
THE MAUNA KEA, which arrived
from Hllo via way ports this morning,
experienced moderato weather nftci
leaving tho Hawaii port. TI.e vessel
met with heavy northeast Hvellj an)
atrong trades In crossing' tho channel.
Information has been received by
tho Rrltlsh epibaosyj nl Washington
that admiralty documents which ap
portioned the prize money nmong tho
victorious crows after .tho battle of
Trafalgar are offered for salo In tho
BULLETIN ADS BAY'
Hullrtin BnsMMf Oftce Phone 25ft'
BiJletln Editorial Boom Phone 183.
Dr. Hutchinson wlit not go to'
Hllo, as previously announced. Ho
will continue, yith hjs practice Inji
Honolulu. ' 4464.lt,
Santa Clans J"
Our toys are now out for inspec
tion. Secure vour Xmm Rifts before the
novelties are all prone.
Your Money Savers.
Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
FORT STREET STORE.
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
On Monday Next, November 1st,
Wash Goods Department
Values from lSe to SOc will be ofTered at the ridicu
lously low figure of
See window display for bargains.
FOR LITTLE PRICES
fine quarter-sawed oak buffets for about half what
they have ever been so Id for in Honolulu. Also some others
made of ash at even greater bargains. It will nay you to
call this week. We must clear them out to make room for
new Holiday goods.
HONOLULU WIRE BED CO.,
King and Alakea. 7. S. Bailey.
At All Watcbdealen.
Agent fcr Hawaiian Islands.
or. FOB! and KINO Sta.. Hoiudni
WING CHONG CO
KLNQ ST. HEAB BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Uattresses
.to.. Eto. All kinds of KOA and
fflSSIOH FURHITORE Made 1
King Street, Swa of Fiihmarket
IBT GOODS AMD FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERT DESCRIPTION.
WAII CHONG CO.
DXT GOODS AND TAILORING.
Rrerythlag absolutely new and
.'rata from the Coast. '-
VAVZRLEY BIX HOTEL ST.
WING ON CHONG
Bring vonr pictures in and we'll
lesign a frame to vtur satisfaction.
Bethel. Opp. the Empire.
Po. 0. Box 771.
Hade np the latest or any style.
Fort and Beretania Sts.
LADIES' WOOL SWEATERS
SLLK AND KID GLOVES
SLLK LISLE HOSIERY
Miss Kate Woodard
1141 Fort Street.
Mme. , Lambert,
Dressmaker from Paris. Stylish
Dresses, tailor-made specialties. Rea
sonable prices. Harrison Block,
Beretania and Fort streets.
FRENCH and EYELET
MRS. J. ROSENBERG
Alexander Young Hotel.
Who has taste and wish
es to buy a perfect
home in the beautifnl
residence district of
Makiki. We have a
which cost to build
$16,000, and the land
alone having a value
of $5,000. The owner
will sell and is willing
to sacrifice the place
A lovely bungalow; 8
rooms. Lot 100x150. 4,700.00
A home on Kapiolani St.
8 rooms. Lot 75x125. 3,700.00
Lot near car line 900.00
A 6-room bungalow. Lot
1761(438, near Waia
lae Road 1,550.00
Six-room cottage; newly
and repaired; lot 50x
Seven -room cottage, on
lot 75x140 1,600.00
Seven-room house, on lot
planted with fruit
trees; everything in
apple-pie order. Lot
50x150. A bargain.. 2,750.00
On Fort St. A six-room
Don't put 'off until to
morrow what you
should do today. To
morrow never comes.
Good times are com
ing to Hawaii, and
what are bargains to
day will not be avail
able tomorrow, We
have over 300 proper
ties listed. Call and
see us about them.
ajsar-"For Rent" curds on sale al
the Bulletin office.
Phone 152. 82 Kins- St.
A V. OEAH. MAWAOEH H
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