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BVENiN& BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. It., WEDNESDAY'. FEH. 10, 1910
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"P you could visit the
factory in which
Ivory Soap is made;
if you could examine .the
materials which enter in
to its manufacture;
You would ftnouvas its
makers know, that Ivory
Soap is the purest soap
that money will buy;
and you would use "it in
preference to any and
all other kinds.
994foo Per Cent. Pure
Your best negatives
deserve, and your poor
er negative need,
Velox is the only
paper that , it made
with- sole reference to
the requirements of the
1059 Tort Street i
$8000 I-argo house and lot. Klne
Btrcct; 12 rooms, 30,000 sq.
$7500 'argo" iio'uao and lot, Deck-
ley street; about ,1 ,acres
ground. , , . r
$2000 -Threo nice modern buoga
.$2750 lows, Kalmukl; beautiful lo
Improved and unimproved lots at
Kalmukl, Walklkl, Kallhl, tManoa
.Valley and In town.
83 Merchant St. MARTIN GBUNE
For Good Furniture
YEE CHAN & CO.
Corner King and Bethel
rn REOAL SHOE CO.
t" King and Bethel.
M. E. Silva,'
UNDERTAKER AND EHBALMER
Prompt and Polite Attention
1120 FORT STREET FH0NE .179
. NiKht CaU1014
Use Carnation Irlilk
Instead ,of FresrMilk
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
Meat Market and Importers.
C. Q.Mfee Hop & Co.
FANCY DRY GOODS
King St., Ewa Fish Market,
MAY BE PUT ON
In nn Interview with n prominent
box manufacturer ot Tacoma, Wash.,
who Is spending his vacation In this
city and Is a guest at the Pleasan
ton, In regard to the raising of
fruits and vegetables In Hawaii for
the markets of the Pacific North
west,, this manufacturer stated that
Hawaii could put her o'ut-of-season
products on the Tacoma, Seattle,
Portland,. Vancouver and Uutte rhnr
kcts a month ahead of any other
country, provided n special, lino of
fast Btcamors wero put on to run be
tween Honolulu and Tacoma.
"I have been shown correspond
ence by n local shipping firm from
the United Fruit Company of llos
ton, who are thinking of putting on
such n lino of steamers to carry
fruit and vegetables. These steam
ers will be similar to the .Admirals
Sampson, Schley, Farragut and other
boats of this company,' which aro'
running botwoeri tiort .Antonio, (Ja
maica and Hoston," so stated this
Tacoma manufacturer this ,'m'6r,nng.
"This company, howeyor, ,wsh to
lie assured that there will be a guar
anteed supply of .both "fruit and' yegei
tables on band ,a't all 'times before
they would consider the proposition
of putting on such' a line of
"A few months 'ago. my attention!
was called to the banana business
of the Pacific Northwest', by an om
sea captain of the Atlantic service
I have been asked to look into the
possibilities ot trade in this fruit,
with other Island products, for tao
Tacoma, Seattle and Portland mar
kets., I ship a great number ot box
shooks to. .these Islands during thq
course ot the 'year. Thrco'Vcars ago
I shipped some 76',000 shooks to Ha
waii; last year I shipped as many as
'half a million shookV.' ''The majority
of (hese were used , by ir. "Dole of
the , Hawaiian .IMneap(.d Company.,
"Tncoma consumes on an average
GOO bun6hes'ot bananaB every week.
Seattle .consumes some 1&00. bunches
a week, Vancouver about 2q00,.Por(;
land 2Q00, Siokane' 1000, and Dutto
about 00,0 bunches per .week. ,Thls
makes n total of about 8000 bunches
of 'bananas per week. At present
these all come from Hlueflelds, Yu
catan, and are hipped ito New Or
leans. As It takes aboutitve days
from Hlueflelds to New Orleans,' and
sorhc twelve days from New Orleans
to Tacoma, seventeen days elapse be
foro th fruit Is put 6nith.o)inurke(a
of (the Paclflc Northwest. .'
"An experienced man travels with
every threo cars to regulate tho tem
perature, which Is held at about 70
degrees. ,As theso men have to re
turn to New Orleans, by passenger
train, the , expenses ot shipping ba-
nanus from that port to Tacoma are
Beer Keeps One Well
It is a noticeable -fact that those who drink
ibeer are usually healthy men. '
You find no dyspeptics among them, no;
nervous wrecks, -no wasted, iatless men.'
The reason is that beer is healthful.
The malt and the hpps are nerye fb.ods.
The "habit of drinking beer (keeps the body
supplied with fluid to flusih out the waste.
grcatly Increased. With a good lino
of steamers running from Honolulu
every week, bananas could be landed
In Tncoma or Seattle in seven days,
"When. I left home tomatoes" wero
being shipped In carload lots from
Florida and Georgia. Tomatoes arc
easily shipped, as they ripen on
route. They would grow well here
In my estimation. During the slack
season, Dole's plant could can enor-
(mous quantities, beforo pineapples
uegan to nooa mo local marxer..
Fruit .Possibilities. .
"Strawberries would also do well
In Hawaii and would bo very profit
able. The Federal Experimental
Station should look Into tilts' matter
bo that tho best variety jultablc for
these soils could be grown. Hood
River berries have a rcmitatlon all
over the United States, They aro a
variety of Wilson and are grown to
perfection on somo 2000 acres in
Millions of acres around my home
town were planted out In Uen Davis
apples, but these liavo since been
pulled up and the ground replanted
with Jonathans, as this variety of
applo stands refrigeration the best.
Tho apples eaten in Tncoma, Seattlo
and Portland during August are all
When I was In St. Louis some flvo
years ngo tJ attend tho World a
Fair, tho apple that wns In the
greatest demand was n refrigerator
apple, although freshly-gathered ap
ples wero on exhibition. Tho peo
ple seemed to think that the refrlg-1
erator apples taBtcd the better of thq
Refrigeration Is In Us Infancy,'
but with the proper appliances these.
isiana .fruits could be snipped into
Tacoma or Seattle much quicker and
In bettor condition than fruit hav-,
Ing .to be brought overland. Tho,
Admiral Simpson has been tnken oft
mo iiuuimc run ueiwuen i un au
tonlo.i 'Jamaica, 'and Iloston, and Is
now running between San Pedro and
Tacoma. ' The Buckman and tho
Watson ply between Tacoma and San
Francisco, and have h regular sail
ing date, leaving .overy five days.
"Tho, Pacific Coast Steamship Com
pany run a similar line of stcamera
over practically the same route, so
inat a regular service ueiwoen Ban
Pedro, San Francisco and Tacoma Is
In operation, with boats from theso
two lines running every (second day.
All these boats go north with fruits
and vegetables from Southern Cali
fornia for the Paclflc Northwest. If
the United Fruit Company consider
Hawaii worth their while to run a
Bpeclal line ot steamers from Hono
lulu to Tacoma and northern ports,
they will do so.
"This should prove an Inducement
to small settlers to come forward and
grow fruits and vegetables most suit
able to the soils of these Islands. 1
was down In the Yaqul Valley, Mex
ico, soino two years ago. This Is an
enormously rich valley, and tho
white settlers are doing wonders In
the way of growing and shipping
tomatoes and other vegetables. Thi
Paclflc Coast steamer only touches
at Quaymas once every month on
her way to San Francisco, but tno
settlers avail themselves of Jhat op
portunity and by doing so land their.
produce In the markets ot tho North-
beer in Hawaii is
11 e ieei That's
DOLLAR FOR DOLLAR
Engineer Gere Congratu
lated By Members Of
- ' v
Tho cpmplctlon of that portion (it
the belt road system around the Island
of Oahu known as tho Kaluamil Pencil
rood at a cost of $15,033.03 Is a matter
highly satisfactory to tho members ot
the road commlttco of the .City, and,
This committee has taken occasion
to congratulate City and County Engi
neer Quy CJoro upon the .successful
termination of the work on the Im
"Tho City and County has received
dollar for dollar In' tho construction
ot the now1 Kaluamil road." declared
Supervisor Qutnn. "As a member of
tho Road Committee, I wlrti to on
gratnlato Engineer' Gero and also the
Road Supervisor npon th;lr nffoit to
wards giving tho county a flrslflArg
Tho contractors" completed lliel
work on tho road last Friday, "fh
city nnd county salons nrnlo'ii mtfiuto
Inspection of the road nnd expressed
themselves as well satisfied 'with the
At a meeting of tho Supervisors tho
matter of appropriating' $71,08 out of
the' general fund was approved. This
sum Is needed to cover cost ot extra
work over nnd nbovo that spcclfled In1
the original contract.
Tho officials who aro to mako war
on the mosquito and tuberculosis In
this city buckled on their armor yes
terday and mado a' dcclslva start in
tho work, nnd woo betide tho 'mosquito
or the tuberculosis microbe' that
crosses their, path.
Dr. Sexton, who camo In on llio
Manchuria, got right' down to busi
ness as soon as ho touched tho wharf.
Ho will havo chargo of tho1 campaign,
and' with no strings to hlm. thing will
movo right along on lines of extermin
ation ot tbo pest and the microbe. ,
President Mott-Smlth has gathered
about him tho best body of men In Iho
Islands to do tho work'whlch' ho tins
cutout for them to do, and If tho ex
termination stunt Is kept up with the
zest that was manifest at .'yeserday'a
beginning it will not be long till lanal
living lovers will rise up and' call him
has been usod successfully1 for years
.for deep-seated coughs, colds and bron
chitis. Everybody should tknow about
It. It fs" s'lmplo, safo aand sure; "
west a month ahead of local-grown!
. "The Pacific, Northwrstj Is grow-
ing A'ery rapidly, and we.con.n&t be
gin to supply our local demand,, Ha
waii could get, into the market. aheadi
ot the locnl stuffs and thus, demand
good prices for her products,"
Ah lXh rWeSir Wealth of
AP ItniMiti tifnnlf m
to a wo
hair Tails out, is
too thin, orialos-
uimt its rolor. nsn
o -- 1
It will rcmovo all dandruff,
and will givo you thick, long,
glossy, and beautiful hair.
Accept no substitute. Bo
,Buro you Rot Aycr's Hair
Vigor,.anil prcservo tho rich
ncea and luxurianco of your
hair to an advanced, period
rntittl by Cf. I. C fat t Ci, tmll Hut., U.S. k.
Charles A. Stanton,
Corner King and Fort Streets
Investments & Bonds
FOR SALE 'OR HIRE
BIOS OF ALL KINDS
t.gents for the Hudson, Ch&lmeit-
lietroit, Kissel Kar, Oakland, Frank
lin and Fierce-Arrow.
, Tonr .machine will he ready for
ton when we say it will be. We
de't experiment on antes; we rtftix
t Co., Ltd.
C. H. BEHN has his new 7-scated
aato ready (or baslneuat the
HONOLULU AUTOMOBILE STAND
Comer AUkea and Hotel Street!. ,
"The Best-Bnit Car in America"
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., tLTD.
for your Automobile at
W.W. WRIGHT CO., Ltd.
7, W. EEBSHKEB
Auto Tire Repairing
,1177 Alakea St. Phono 434.
batteries for automobiles
1 and 6 Amp,. 20 to 30 Volts
Union Xlleotrio Co.,
Harrison Building, Beretania Street
"The Finest Bathing. on the Beach."
. Meals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUORS. AND CIGARS.
W. 0. BERLIN. (Proprietor.
Come and learn particulars at
T0WNSEND UNDERTAKING CO,
Beretania S& Opp. Sachs.
tHBM M S- M f gill I I !! 1 I ( VmH
Wanted, gubliixpeclors (dredging) nt
$3.B0 per diem. A competitive ex
amination will be held at tho
Naval Stntlon, Honolulu, T. II.,
February 21, 1910, for tho pur-
poso of establishing an eligible
' register of sublnspoctors (dtedg
ing). For application and further
Information addrcs: ".Comman
dant, Naval Station, Honolulu, T.
Dusiness man with $5000 to invest
In well-paying business. Address
"Security," Uullctin odlce.
Young man with knowledgo of
stenography and bookkeeping, for
general a nice work. Apply "J.
11.", Uullctin office.
Everyone to ask for the Dig Nickel
'Tablet. For sale at the Uulletln
ofllco nnd In stationary mores, tf
Clean Wiping rag at the Bullstln of
Hy young Japanese, situation In
store. Good worker. Small wago
to Bart. "A. II.", this office
Young man' wants clerical or book
keeping position. First-class ref
erences. Address "A," Uullctin
Japanese Cooking School. Families or
hotels supplied with cooks. C. M.
Matzle, 1407 Auld Lane. Tel. 1564.
Coachman wants position to drive
and tako care ot horses. Pest of
references. "S.", Uullotln ofllco.
ItCFponslblo party with capital dor
siren a business Investment. Ad
dress "Financial," Ilulletln office
Phone 009 for Fred Noyes' new la-J
7-passenger Kissel Kar. Manuel
Souza, chauffeur. Car No. 482.
For hire, seven-seated Packard;
phone 199. Young Hotel Stand;
Chas. Reynolds. 4u40-tf
Dr. F. SCHURMANN
Corner Union and Beretanla Sts.
House Consnltine, 2-3 p. m. Sat
urdays excepted. Operating, 8-19
a, xn., 3-u p, m.
S. E. LUCAS,
Masonio Buildinr, -corner Hotel and
The best lenses in town to fit
A. R. ROWAT, D. V. S.
HOURS Club Stables: 10 a. m.
to 12 m.; 3 to S p. m. Residence:
8 to 10 a. m.; 1 to 3 p. m.
PHONES Club Stables, 109; Res
Stop That Cold
will do it.
' . Cor. Fort and Xing SU,
c Phone 131.
Delivered to residence!
and offices at 25o pet
hundred in 10-lb, lots
W. O. BARNHART,
1JJ Msrchint St.
lul. 144. ' '
185 editorial rooms 256 bus!
nest cities. These are the telephone
numbers of th Bulletin offles.
Furnished cottage, three rooms, for
gentlemen S28 Ileretanla street,
llench cottage at Diamond Head.
Address "N.", Uullctin odlce.
Clean furnished rooms; $1, $1.50, $3
per week. 1281 Fort St. tf
Two turnlthed rooms. Apply Mrs.
D, McConnell, 1223 Emma 8t. .
ROOMS AND BOARD.
Cool famished rooms and cottage,
with or without board. 1C34
Nuunnu Ave., near School St.
Trices moderate. 4460-tt
For sale, rent or lrac, on or about
March 1, house of three bedrooms
(clofct off each), parlor, dining
room, pantry, kitchen, bathroom,
olectrlp lights and gns; large
chicken yard and house; servants'
quarters; on two car lines; threo
minutes' walk from Punahoti line.
Call at 1941 South King before 10
a. ra., or after 4 p. m., for partic
Tho Transo envelope a tlme-navIng
Invention. No nddrcsslng neces
sary in sending out bills or re
ceipts. Ilulletln Publishing Co.,
solo agents for patentee. tt
At Miss Johnson's Curio Store on
Fort street, beautiful ferns, palms
nnd fruit trees. Cut flowers nnd
set pieces for funerals at reason
able prices. 4C43-lm
Tho finest residence site In Honolulu.
In Its most cxcluslvo district. A
bargain. Owner leaving city. Ad
dress, J. James, Uox 527, City.
For $200, household furniture In
cluding a piano, In a five-room cot
tage. Apply fourth house, dan-'
dall Lane, off Kraiua. 4543-31
Diamonds and jcwolry bcAight, sold
and exchanged. Dargalns In
watches, musical goods, etc. J.
CaVlo, Fort. St. 4494-tl.
Men's clothing on credit. ,$1 a week;
su)t given at once. Levy Outfit
ntlng Co., Sachs nidg., Fort St.
Inter-Island and Oahu Railroad ship
ping books, at Bulletin office, tt
A fine No.
1 barred Plymouth' Rock
Piano taught in 0'mos, S3 month (8
icssonsj. especial attention i
Japanese Employment Association,
Maunakea near AssI Theater. Call
up phono 697 If you want a cock,
good boy or servants.
MARIE KENNY, from San Francis
co. Dramatic Studio. 175 litre
tanla. Phone 33.
Fee Bing.Xee-Plnmbtr and Tinsmith,
Smith St.. bt. Hotel and PauahiT
P. yH. BURNETT!
Com'r. of Deeds for California fcni
New York; NOTARY PUBLIC;
Grant Marriage License Drawl
Mortgages, Deeds, .Bills of Sale,
Leases, Wills, Eta Attorney for the
District Courts. 79 MERCHANT W,
HONOLULU; PHONE 310. .
LEADING HAT. CLEANERS.
All Kinds ot Hats Cleaned and
No Acids Used. Work Guaranteed.
FELIX TURR0, Specialist,
1154 Fort Street. Opp. Content.
Honolulu, T. H.
Consulting, Designing and Con
Bridges, Buildings, Concrete Struo
tures, Steel Structures, Sanitary Sys
temi, Reports and Estimates, on Pro
jects. Phone 145.
AND OTHER PIANOS
Thayer Piano Go.
1S6 Hotel St. Phone 218.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 25a
Bulletin Jbaitorial Room Phon IBS,
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