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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. II., THURSDAY, MAItlO, 1910.
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1177 Alakea St. , Phone 434.
Everything "but" the Engine
W. MWGHT CO., Ltd.
5 Telephone 5
C. H, BEHN has htj new 7-seated
auto ready for business at the
HONOLULU AUTOMOBILE STAND
Corner Alakea and Hotel Streets,
THAT WORK t
Union Electric Co.,
rr "j "3
Ufllk M. ftitfwie ulflBIBAkia J n.w Ukl
mm nniiiiLi lie nnnnioun o y'hai nmn
ttliliclory preparation lor the purpose.
8lmplt H srmltts Cirtiln. Sold lor 20 (tin,
rscommindtd ind uitd with ttUtltctlon bv
Ihoussnds, Contains no Istd. sulphur or other
narimm insnannt.' m "oyer- ind "miortrt"
hava dlsappotntid you, try this. II nevtr fills.
ai.ou. "M til lint-cist oruggiM ana
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' Fort and Hotel Sts.
Parisfan Aft Co. , ,
FORT ST. HARRISON BLDG.
, Just Open , .
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Newest Books, at ,
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, We make Rubber' Stamps Buck
Handle. Self Inkers' and Fae-Simi..
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CURIO- CO.. ,
NEW PATTERNS IN STAUPING.
UNDERWEAR and GLOVES.
Hiss Kate Woodard
. 1141 Fort Street
FRENCH and EYELET.! i i -
Mrs. J. Rosenberg,
Alexander Young Building
. Dressmaker from Farif. Stylish
Drbsses, tailor-made specialties; Rea
sonable prices. . Harrison Block,
Beretanla and Fort streets.-.
'Shapes, Trimmings and Flowers,
FRESH VEGETABLE '
AND FLOWER SEEDS
. Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats.
Boston Bldg. Fort St,
BEBGSTROM MUSIC CO., LTD.
i M. EoSilva,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
Prompt and .Polite Attention
. CHAPLAIN LANEOPPOSITE
Phone 170 a Wight Call 1014
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T0WNSEND UNDERTAKING "CO.
BeretanU St,. Opp. fiacha',-
WASHINGTON, D. C Mar. 9 Tho Sutton Inquiry wiy nrobnbly
be reopened. Senator Ocorge C. Chamberlain nnd Congressman Mo
Credle loJny Introduced resolutions calling (or tho appointment, of ii
comniltteo to Investlg.ilo tho death of tho late Lieutenant Sutton of tho
United States Murine; Corps, who died from the effects of n bullet wound
sustained at Annapolis two ears ago. Tho resolutions carry" with them
an appropriation ot $2G,Q0O to defrny the cost of the Investigation.
Sutton was shot some three years
was nt that time a ftudent at tho practise school for marine officers ot"l
Annapolis. An Inquiry held' at tho time of the shooting resulted" In 'a I
verdict of death by his own band. Tho mother of the dead officer took
the case up, howeVcr, and succeeded In having It reopened. On Au
gust 17 last the court of Inquiry adjourned nfter confirming the veiMlct
of the first court. A( that time Mrs. Sutton declared that Bhe would
demand a Congressional Investigation.
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CONFESSES TO THEFT.
AIHS, Mar. 9. M. Duel, the government receiver, today confess
ed to having robbed the government out ot $2,000,000, Duez .handled
tho funds received from tha sale of the church properties. -Tho au
thorities beenmo usplcloua of him and ho wns placed under arrest. When
confronted with evidence ot his guilt he confessed that lie was guilty
of the defalcation. The news of the
a great sensation. i t
TO MEET ROOSEVELT. '
KHAKTOUM, Mar. 9. Great preparations arc being made here for
the reception of former L'rcsjdent Jloosevclt, now on his way home from
Africa. The Journey ot ihp formor President between hero 'and Cairo
will, be. that of a conqueror.'
A battalion of 'newspaper correspondents Is now proceeding up tho
river to meet Colonel Roosevelt.
NAVAL OFFICERS CHANGE BASES..
WASHINGTON, D. -C., Mar. . Tne rollowing .ciiangcs among tno
commandants of navy yards were announced today: Ostcrhaus relieves
Phelps at Mnro Inland,, I.eutzo Is assigned to the New York , navy. ard,
Captain Ueatty goes to Washington,
ENGLAND'S NAVAL EXPENSE LARGER.
LONDON, Mar. 9. The estimates cjf the admiralty for naval ex
penditures for tho ycar'1910, presented today, .total $203,010,500. This
is an Increase of $27,000,000 over last year's appropriation, The In
creased building program Is the chief
PATENT APPEALS COURT.
WAB11INOTON, D.,c., war. 9.
creating the-Court ot Patent Appeals.
Four New Members Are
Elected To Chamber
After tho minutes of tho previous
mooting had been read by Secretary
W004, tho trustees of the Chamber of
Commrco, oj their regular meeting
yesterday afternoon, disposed of tho
E. D. Tcnnoy moved nnd H. E. Pax
ton seconded that the following mem
bers bo elected members of tho
Chamber: E. A. MottSmlth, O. H".
Richardson, A. E. Davidson, Draloofd
J. K. Morgan, president of tho Cham
ber of Commorco, stated that hu had
received W. A. Ilowcn'B resignation as
the Chamber's representative to tho
Promotion Committee, Nr. .llowon
lcavos for tho. coast on tho 20th of this
In rofcrenco to tho verbal Invitation
from tho Nanking Chamber of Com
morco, which Secretary Wood was
asked to deliver upon his. arrival hero,
J. K. Morgan said: "I have always
felt that Hawaii should bo represented
by a largo delegation to this exposition
to bo held in Nanking In September.
Tho Invitation has be.cn. extended to
"us through Secretary Wood ou behalf
of tho Nanking Chamber ot Com
mrrco.. Wo fio as a reparata and dis
tinct delegation and not under , the
auspices of tho Pacific Coast Chamb
ers of. Commerce. Mr, Wood was, au
thorized by onp of tho Chinese officials
to extend an Invitation io you, and 1
feol that wo should ho well represent
ed." Mr. Morgan then stated that he
would llko thoso members ot tho
Chamber who contemplated visiting
China In August to send In their names
as soon as possible, so that accommo
dations could be secured fur the
steamer leaving San' Francisco in
August for Shanghai, letters wore
then road from Fred U Waldron ahd
E. O. Ilrown, In which both signified
their intention of vlsitinenCliina and
would 'bo pleased to act. ad delegates
of the Chamber. v a
Tbo Pnclflo CoaBt Cbnmbors havo
been limited to flvo delegates each,
but uo restrictions havo been made as.
regards tho number of, delegates from
Hawaii," bo stated Sccrotary Wood
"Tho Chlneso officials havo extended
an open Invitation to Hawaii and will
entertain as many delegates as tho
local Chamber boos lit. to send."
A letter was read frpm James A.
ltath thanking the Chamber for bav
ins offered tho cervices of a mireo In
connection with (ho campaign agalust
The matter !of waya'and mpan for
flnan.clpg tho Promotion Commltteoi
branch at Atlantic City was then dip
disced. iA report was read from Mr.
Hooga, chairman of tho special com
mittee unpointed by W. A. Bnwon to
look Into this matter. ' Two dt,tmpilrpot of tljo matter Bent out under. It
wtro mado'to'got ''tie Tun,do'for flfiartCTabout $19900 Is ' wjster.PftttblirK1
ins this enterprj6q7botbpf which we.re.
nco after a nlcht of hilarity, lie'
arrest and confession has created
nnd Captain Grant to League Is
rqason for the growing expenses.
Tho senate . today passed tne bin
.a , . k . ,
successful, Tho Hawaiian 'Plncapplo
Company has signified Its .Intention
of subscribing 4S00,'tho. Conrfolldntod
Plncapplo Company $4500 and 'tho Hal
kuVrult nnd Pncklng Company $1000.
Every one Interested in the plncapplo
Industry has shown a willingness to
back this enterprise, as thcyreallzo
that thoro Is profit In It for them Jiy
boosting tho island's products at this
fasblonablo watering place.
Secretary Wood stated that If' the
cnterprlso does only halt as wcli as
tho Promotion Committee's LroucK at
tbo Scnttlo Exposition did, then. I(
would be on a paying basis within a
few weeks -qfter It had beon oi)oned.',
J, K, Morgan stated that the Promo---tlon
Commlttco should not go Into'
business enterprises and that .the ut-'
most care must bo oxerdseil'YtofpfW
(eqt tho Promotion Committee from
being held rctponslblo for.tuiv.nitji.oy
that may bo subscribed from, Outsfoil
E. D. Tennoy moved and M. P. Hob
inson rjeooiulcd that tho matter, of .Scc;
rctnrj' Wood's leave of nbsenco to pro
ceed to Atlantic City to open this
branch bo left In -tho hands' of tho
prosldont of tho Chamber, io act as ho
Letters of congratulation, havo been
scut by tho local Chambor.,fp t,hq
Maul.Cbambor of Commerce and to tjha
HIlQ Chapihcof, Copimerco, both these
Institutions having been organized re
Those prqscnt at- tho meeting yes
terday afternoon were: Jsmos V,
Morgaq, president;' H.. P. WjOodiiBoc;
rotary o,nd, trpasurer; B. H: I'axton)
M. P.'HoblnBon;.E. JO. .Tonnoy..,
RUSSEL TO GIVE "TENT
AND 101 WARMING"
Sigurd Russell, tho gentleman who
worked Ills way frpm Alexandria,
Egypt, to this city, has Issued Invlta-,
lions to a "tent and lot warming" at
Knlmukl noxt Saturday yfjernoon,
In truo desert stylo Mr, Kus.sclt will
cmulato tho Uedoulna and live in n
tent ut this beautiful residential sec
tion of, tho effy. Among thoso Invited
aro: Dr. and Mrs. Augur, Mr, and
Mrs. Rowland,, Miss A, Alexander.
Mrs. Ornliam, Kenneth Krnno, Miss
Uecko and Miss Arthur, of Oahu Col'
lego, Alius Bewell, and several others,
Refreshments will bo served, after
which. Mr. 'Russell will deliver ft short
talk on "Woman's Suffrage." . This
young traveler has had sorae- thrilling
experiences slnco ho loft Egypt, but
seems noiiQ tho worse for nil the hard
ships ho has undergone. Ho is so en
mpturod with Honolulu that In fart
ncrshlp with his brother, of tho Kltth
Cavalry, tho two hao purchasod a lot
at Kalmukl and Intend to build n'.bung.
alow Jater. v In, tho mcanluio M. Itus
Bell will "rough" It by camping out on
PERRY DAVIS' PAINKILLER
Is "an ounoo of prevention" as woll as
a "pound of euro." For bonel troubles,
Bkln'wounds, colds, and other Ills, 2"c
35c, and r0c. alzqs. -
Hopresentntlvo Sims of Tennesson
says tho franking prlvllegn costs near
only $500,000 annually. Judging by
FOR WHOOPING COUCH, CROUP.
ASTHMA, COUGHS, BRONCHITIS, SORE
THROAT. CATARRH, DIPHTHERIA
Vaporised Croln .lor. the proiyiml of
WhoofiJt Couth. fc.ef-Jrr.oVd Ofoup cinnol
csirt hrf CieooUn. fl uatd. It .ell diiccllr
CMl no inj ihmkl, tnlktnf br-.lruo tur 111 lh
C.,0 U Col d. I otn.Sc. tht .or. throBt od .lop. th
cuufth. It n a Uwa lo wllrters fiota A.Uun.
Cr..eten. I. . tnful eermiciJc, .rttnf both
inn livi .ad pt.Tcnlif la ronufttu. 9?4
Cr..oUu. bHl tKotMacixUtioo t Ittlhlt
run u iuccmoi tc.
Fir JtU If .0 DrtlfUtt
StnJ Prltlfot Dtxttp.
kSd Moihik. for tn. If
w.lod ttitotl 10c.
TV. V... Cnwlra. Co,
10 rat.o Stmt,
Mr Tatk CDr.
WHY USE A POOR
QUALITY OF TABLE
FLATWARE WHEN YOU
CAN GET SOMETHING
"THAT WILL RESIST
VWEAR" AND GIVE YOU
FOR THE SAME MONEY J
113 HOTEL ST.
A Sftfn of Beauty is a Joy ForeVlei
DH T. FELIX GOl'RAUD'S ORIENTAL
.CREJJH OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
TUtntvM Tn. riint.ijsv
trfcklM, iJoth UtcJjta, '
Mb, and MMs JU ,
ani tJttj burtiiMi
on brtutf, ihl tit-
bw Kiwi tht tMt
of Cl ?ffvn, rniri
U M fcrtnlM w
It tret'!? mJ
Ittt xt iiikTUi
nm. Dr. L
prt mJI to
Mf of Ui bt
lof ( p-tinn:
vlU bM ihtta.
Al TOU IWIIM
'llauvasiJU fwmm IX KM ttlB It htmiflll (if fell
AIq pmkrmikna ' tor ! lr mil drtixrii iwrwitf.
ttoudi 0Jtl Ib th Vtltctl ,UlM.CM4ft w4 Zorof,
UBiVHOPIll f rrp.. 37 but Jtt 8M liw V
Pau Ka Hana
The soap that does the work.'
At all Grocers. '
; Manila Cigars
'M. A. Gunst & Co.
Meat Market and Importers.
d Q.h Yee Hop &'Co.
YEE CHAN SCO.
Corner King and Bethel
FANCY DRY G.00DS ., '
Wan Ying Chong Co.,
, King St.. Ewa Fish .Market.
WING CHONG CO
KING 8T.4tEAB BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Zio., Etd, All kinds of K0A and
MISSION FURNITURE ' Xad T
lirirtlf! UIA TAI . rt
Hiiiu nv inia uuu
041 Nunann St. Phone 28!
for gifts at
Wing On Chong's,
Bethel St., Between King and Hotel. '
tnd oloth' of A-l quality can ba pnr.
SANG CHAN, .
O Box 0B1. i Telrnhona Ml,
Bicycle shop and general repairing
work. Specialty in nickle; silver
aid gold -platfd workV ' -KINO;
"want s 1
Posltlqns by two )oung men Just
nrrlVed from the States. Willing
' and honest. Any kind ot work.
"M. M.", llulletln, ofllce.
Everyone to know that J. E. llocha,
tho tailor, has removed from tha
Harrison building to Rooms 30
and 36, Young Hotel. 4SS4-lm
Five londs of loam for tho hauling.
;;U. C", llulletln offlo.
. . 4oD'J-5t
Clean wiping rags at the Bulletin of-
Young man, who I first-class book
keeper, stenographer and typist,
wishes position. Address "Corn
potent," llulletln office. if
Young man wants clerical or book
keeping position. FIrst-clnss ref
erences. Address "V IlulUUn
Japancso Cooking School. Families or
hotels supplied with cooks. C. U.
Mntile, 1457 Auld Lane. Tol. 1664.
Cooohman wants position to drlv
and take caro of horsos. vest of
'Teferenccs. "S.", llulletln office.
Phono 009 nnd ask for Cnr No. 482
Krod Noyes' new 1910 7-passcnger
Kissel Knr. Always ready.
For. hire, seven-seated Packard;
phono 199. Young Hotel Stand;
Clias. Roynolds. 4540-tf
Tapanew Employment Association,
Maunakea near AbsI Theater. Call
up phono 697 ft yon want a cock,
good boy or servants.
ree Sing Xee-Plnmber and Tinsmith,
Smith St., bet. Hotel and Pauab.1.
Dr. J. II. Raymond
.PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Alakea St., Mauka Pacific Club.
Office Hours From 10 to 12; from
t to 4; from '7 to 8.
. . SUNDAYS 1Q TO J2. . .
Tel. Office, 090. Residence, 1460
W. Karl Vincent
Prof.. of Music Lessons In Singing,
Planoforto, Pipo Organ, etc. Stu
dio', Kaplolanl Hid;.; .room 17.
Res., 1C34 Nuuanu Ave.; phono
Corner Union acd Beretanla Sts.
.flouse Consulting, 2-3 pra.. Sat
urdays excepted. Operating, 8-18
a. m., s-tt p. m.
v rnone 33.
Masonic Building, corner Hotel and
Ths best lenses in town to fit
-" A. R. ROWAT, D. V. S.
. HOURS Club Stables:' 10 a. m.
to 12 m.; 3 to 5 p. m. Residence:
8 to 10 a. m.; 1 to 3 p. a.
! PHONES Club Stables, 109; Res
. CARRIER SERVICE
r'' To makn certain that nil Btib-
tt scrlbors receive tho K v u u I h b- rj
tt Bullotln regularly and tt
tt promptly, tho Bullotln, man- tt
U anement has startod a special tt
tt carrier servlco, to servo patrons tt
It who are mlssot! by tho regular, It
t? carriers. When you miss your tt
tt !aper, telephono tho Bullotln tt
tt and tho paper v. Ill bo delivered tt
tt by special carrier. Tho paper tt
tt should bo at your home, nt tho tt
tt latest, by 6:45' 'p. m. When tt
tt special carrier falls to deliver pa- tt
tt per, nfter being notified of uon- tt
tt'dollvery, kindly notify tho Bul-K
tt letin bistncss ofllco (ho follow-'U
tt lug day, Telephono nil com- tt
tt plaints of nan-doltvory to 250. tt
tt tt tt tt tt tt tt.tt tttttttttttttttttt
-;tnter-tWa,nd,4n(l,.0',1B ; Ihlpplns
books' for ealo tt tho Bullotln
effle'e, 6C sach. ,
Iicach cottago at Diamond HeuO.
Address "N.", Bullotln ofnee-. .
Clean furnished rooms; $1, $1.E0, $1
per week. 12s 1 Fort at. u
Two furnished room. Apply Mrs.
D. McConnell, 1223 Emma St..
ROOMS AND BOARD.
Cool furnished rooms and cottage,
with or without board. 163
Nuuanu Ave., near School St.
Prices moderate. 4460-U
Tho Trnnso envelope a, tlmo-MVlng ,
invention. ro aaurwitag uecen
sary In sending out bills or re
ceipts. Uulletln Publishing Co.,
sole agents for patentee. tt
Tbo finest residence rite In Honolulu,
In Its most exclusive district. A
bargain. Owner leaving city. Ad
dress, J. James, Ilox C27, City.
At Miss Johnson's Curio Store on
Fort Btreet, beautiful ferns, palms
nnd fruit trees. Set pieces for .fu
nerals at reasonable prices.
Dry and green nwa root In large ana
.small quantities. Orders solicited.
Geo. Kuen, 938 Kelaultko street;
P. 0. Ilox E, Honolulu. 4651-
Dlsmonds and Jewelry bought, sold
and exchanged. Bargains in
watches,, musical goods, otc. J.
Carlo, Fort 8t. 4494-U ,
Stock of monuments, Milestone and
marble, for sale cheap. M. B.
Santos, i cnr ot Hawaiian Opera
Men's clothing on ci edit. $1 a week;'
suit given nt once. Levy Outfit
ting Co., Sachs Bldg., Fort St
Bargains In watches, musical .goods,
etc. J. Carlo, Fort street.
' 45G2-tf '
Inter-Island and Oahu Railroad ship
ping booksrat Bulletin ofllce. tf
AT VERY LOW PRICES
.. . . ... .
nonoiuiu wire Bed to.,
Corner Alakea and King Streets
i Coyne ,
For Good Furniture
i . . .,
nanufatturad from pur ,dlitllld wa
ir.' Otllvtrtd to any part af cHyby
D1HD ICE ;ANI ELECTIIC CO.,
Delivered to resideacaa
and office at Mo vw
hundred in 10-lk. lota
r Bora. " . .
W. O. BARNHART, i
1$3 Merchant L t
P..H. BURSETM . ,
Com'r.,of Deeds for California nasi"
New York; NOTARY FUBLICa'T
Grant .Marriage License; Draw
Mortgages, Deeds. Bills ,of Bala,
Leases, Wills, Etc. Attorney for tna
District Courts. 70 MERCHANT ST.
HONOLULU; PHONE 310.
LEADING HAT .CLEANERS.
All Kinds of Hats Cleaned and r
No Acids Used. . Work Guaranteed,
FELIX TURBO; Specialist,
1154 Fort Street. Onp. Convent,
( , HoncuIu, T. H,
AND OTHER PIANOS
Thayer Piano Co.
..lfiff Hptjel J5t. Phone 218.
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