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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T. II , MONDAY, FED. 41, 1410.
THE SEAL OF GUARANTEE ,
ORDER AT CAIRO
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rpHE LOCOMOBILE hiis been
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fection through eleven year specializ
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benefits that always result froiti doing
business with a long experienced
highly developed organization.
Merchant S$.t opp. Bishop St.
CA1IIO, 111., Feb. 20. Tho Inquest held jestcrday over the re
in tins of tho eon of former Mn or Hnlllday,- who wag killed when tho
Blicrirt'a posso fired on the hiob of would-be lynchers who attacked the
Jail on Thursday night, renewed the anti-negro agitation, and this city
Is now practically under martini law. ,
Sheriff Nellls, during the Inquest, testified that he was compelled
to use negro deputies to defend the Jail Thursdny night because white
men refused to servo on tho posso. Negro 'deputies who wcro Inter call
cd to tho stand admitted firing on tho mob, Tills enrnged the Jurymen,
and it looked as though there mlghttbe trouble right In tho jury room.
An outbreak was acrted, but the tenseness ot the situation was great
ly Increased. -
Cairo now has the appearance of a city In stute of siege. Armed
militiamen are patrollng streets, nnd'no cmo knows what may come next.
The houses In tho negro quarter are barricaded, and tho colored popu
lation Is panic-stricken. , ,
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EUROPEAN POWERS SEND WARNING NOTE TO CHINA.
i'KKING, Feb. 20. Great llrltaln and France hae Joined In a
friendly note to the Chinese Government, recommending that China go
slow with nny progrnm of building thV'ciiun'ghouso-Tsltsllinr railroad
without considering the protests in ado against the proposed line by
both Russia and Japan. I
This projected line, to Btart on tho coast, nnd run through Mon
golia, In undisputed Chinese territory, Is planned by the Chinese as a
parallel line to the section of tho Mnnchurlan railroad built by Russia
nnd ciip'utcd by tho Japanese in the'fecent war, connecting Dalny and
It Is this projected line, In particular,. which Secretary Knox de
sired to huvo built by the Joint capital of i tho 'powers as a neutral line.
PHILADELPHIA STREET OAR TROUBLES.
I'illL'DSU'HlA, Feb. 20. Thoro "WtisA general rioting throughout
the city today on tho part of tho striking street-cnr employes and their
sympathizers. Attempts to run tho strebt'ears with Imported help fail
ed, tho sttikors attacking the strikebreakers nnd overturning tho cars.
Tho trade was completely tied up by the rioters, who clashed again and
again with tho police. ,
Much property has been destroyed, and many were Injured in to
days strcot battles. '
EGYPTIAN PREMIER ATTACKED.
CAIRO, Kgipt. Fob. 20.' lloulios Pacha Chnll, tho Premier of
Egypt, was the victim of nn attempted political assassination today. lib)
assailant was a student, who omplled n flve-chahibered revolvor Into the
Premier's body at cloie range, eery,shot taking effect. In spite ot tho
number of wounds, It Is bellowed that the Premier will recover.
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EARLY-DAYS PLANTER DEAD.
HAYONNE, Fob. 20. Robert A. Johnson whowas associated wun
(ho Into Clans Spreckols In 'tho early Irrigation And. sugar develop
ments of Hawaii, died at his homo hero today. Death resulted from a
ilheaso brought on' by a bclo wound, which ho received In the Philip
pines. i . i m
CHANNEL DALE STOPS SHIPPING. '
PARIS. Feb. 20. A great gale is blowing ncross the English Chan
nel, and ql cabin communication with England has bean cut off. All
tho channel shipping Is In great danger, as the galo Is blowing with al
most unproccaeuicu sury .
MEMORIAL HALL TO WASHINGTON. '
Ni:V YORK, Feb. 20. It was announced .tonight that two ond n
half million dnllarn had been pledged for tho erection of a Genre
Washington Momorl.nl Hall, to be built Washington.
2ELAYA IS IN SPAIN.
MADIMD, Spain, Fob. 20. Former President Zalaya of Nicaragua
arrhed horo today.
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DARKING, HACKINO, P.ASPINQ
COUGH enn bo broken up qulikly by
Allen's Lung Dalsim. This eld, rell
cblb remedy hoc been sold for over 40
yours. Atk your druggist- about It.
Beer Keeps One Well
It is a noticeable yfact that those who drink
beer are usually healthy men. " '
You find no dyspeptics among them, no
nervous wrecks, no wasted, fatless men.
The reason is that beer is healthful.
The malt and the hops are nerve foods.
The habit oftlrii k'ng beer keeps the body
supplied witlt fluid to flush out the waste. ,
We shall be pleased to demonstrate the above machine and
place it on trial . W " .
We have just received another shipment of NEW-'MODEL8'
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Exclusive Agents for the Territory
s The besbb'eer in Hawaii is
SEATTLE TO 'BE
WIDE OPEN TOWN
People Elect Man Who Will Ran
Thin&s freo for All But Will
Keep Care and Order,
SEATTLE, Wn., Feb. 9. With tho
overwhelming nomination of Hiram
C. QUI as tho Republican candidate
for major, Seattle today announced
lis decision In favor of a "wide open"
town and Its displeasure at tho re
cent period ot "restriction."
The fact that the Republicans cast
31,438 votes, giving QUI a majority
of 3000 over his opponent A. V,
OouMon, while tho Democrats cast
only 2746 votes Is taken by many
politicians to forecast Gill's election.
William Hickman Moore was nomt
yed as tila opponent by the Demo
k Ulll wont before the people with
tho flat declaration for un open
town, nB.brtlng that certain restric
tions which have been enforced
would bo Immediately removed If be
vas electod mayor.
' Tl e camnalRn was clearly conduct
ed along the lines ot 'this l:sue and
political observers today look upon
tho result as one ot tho most re
markablo domonstratlons at the
pollgi ever known in mo nortuwest,
Tho municipal election will be
held on Murch 8th and It Is expected
that n fierce campaign will bo con
ducted. Tho supporters ot Uoulllon
predict that there will bo a break
In tho Republican ranks alleging that
It will b3 wholly impossible for cer
tain elements ot the party to sup
port Olll on account of his declara
tion In favor of "lifting the lid."
Soma nre asserting that a , strong
Republican vote will go to Moore,
the Democratic candidate. The gen
erally prevailing opinion however Is
that the overwhelming approval giv
en nt tho polls yeslqrduy to Dill's
"wldo open" platform mounB that he
will be elected.
KOTIOS OF, SALE OF PUBL10 LAND
SITUATED AT HANALEI, DM
v TjtfcT' OF HALELEA, ISLAUD
i At 12 o'clock noon, Moniiuy, Feb
ruary 21, 1910, at, the front doors
to the Capitol,, Honolulu, there wi.i
b sold at public auction, under pre
virions of Fart V., Land Act 18,
Sections 378-1J85 lntlutlv, Revissd
Law of Hawaii, a geunal 1mm ot
the following dMcrlbtd land:
OoTOrnmeut remnant, situated at
Uanalel. District of Halelea, Kauai,
eontalnlof an arM ot SS0 aerw.
mora' or i, etaaed as pastorkl
Ut'Mt rental, $35. 00 per annum;
payubla annual! In advunce. Term
of lease, 16 yMra from Uarck 1,
This leoM will contain conditions
Reservations regarding land y re
quired by the1 government for set-
tlemsnt aal reclamation will be em-1
bodied In this lease.
Cost df advertising to be paid by I
me purqnaaer. , J
For niaba and further conditions.
apply at the office of the Cominls
loner of Public Lnds, Honolulu.
Ootnmlsklonor ot Public Lands.
Dated at Honolulu, January 19,
4118 Jan, 22, lit Feb. t, 12, 19, 21
to Ret a Gold Watch for $1 per wk
ii here. The beauty of it it, yon cn,
with that little wing, at the ead
of a thort time hart a irtt-daat
timeplcoe or tome othar nrttoW worth
COME AD SEE US ABOUT IT
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Comer King and Bethel
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The. Beer That's Rrewed
M To Suii The Qim&ie
113 Hotel St.
A SUGGESTION ON ECZEMA.
It is suggssled that eczema sufferers
ask the Honolulu Drug Co, Fort
streot, of this city, what reports be Is
getting from tho patlontn who have
luod tho oil Of wlntorgrcotl liquid
coeitfouml;-D. D. D, Proscription.
rta-i . s
, Chnrllo Taft has been romombored
by u Urooklyn aeronautic enthusiast
who recently took to tho Whito House
and give to tho President a model of
an aeroplane, on a czalo of ouu Inch to
tho foot. '
185 tdltoru, iuuiii. !fvrt hui.
tk. unit i nnte ro tne Ulsphin
numbers of tp Bulletin otllc.
Sealed tender! will be received ty
tha Superintendent of Public Works
until 12 ni. of Tuwday, February
21, 1010, for tha construction ot
Xlewa Heights RoadHouolulll.
Spedfloatloni and "ropoaal blanks
on file In the office of the Superin
tendent ot Pdblte Works.
The Superintendent of Public
Works reserves the right to reject
any or all bids,
J MARSTON CAMPUELL.
Superintendent of 1'ubllo Works.
Honolulu February D, 1910,
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TVEfcr LOW PRICES
FANCY DRY Q00DI
Vah Ying Chong Co.,
King St.. iwi Fiih Market.
WING CHONG CO
tINfl St. HEAR BETHEL
Otalert Is ftirnlture Mattresaa,
Sto., Eto All Udt of COA and
VflSSION PURNITUIUF HeJ T
Hoholuiu W re Bed Co.,
Corner Alalcea and Xlne Itreeit
Two hours after ehe had boon lured
away from hor mother whllo waiting
for a train at Dlst St. Louis 111 , Eliza
both Frlcko, a 4-year-old Kit) of Ilullc
llo, III , was found half frozen In tho
ror of ti tmloon, stripped of all her
mmr bullctin adi pay am
For Good Furniture
Bicycle shop and general repairing
work. Specialty in nickle, lilvci
and cold plated work.
KINO. OPP. ALAPAI ST
' WAI1 CHONG CO.
DRY 000D8 AND TAILORING
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from toe Coaai.
WA VERLEY BIJL- HOTEL ST.
WING W0 TA1 S CO.
941 Nuuanu St,
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for frifts at
Bethel, St.. Between King and Hotel.
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