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NEW tPATTERNS.IN STAMPING.
UNDERWEAR arid. GLOVES.
1141 Fort Street.
FRENCH, and. EYELET
Mrs. J. Rosenberg,
AlexanderYoung Building L
Parisian Art Co.
European, and Oriental Fancy Goods
Armenian Laces by the Yard
Dressmaker from Paris. Stylish
Dresses', tailor-made specialties. Re.
sonable prices. Harrison Block;
Beretania-and Fort streets.
Shapes, Trimmings and Flowers.
Dunn's Hat Shop
AND FLOWER SEEDS
Young, Bg. ' ' " Tel. 83t.
Trimmed and Untrimmed Hati.
BERdSTRQM: MUSJC CO., LTD.
Odd Fe4lowiBldB. '. , 'Fort St.
LEADING.! HAT CLEANERS.-'
All Kinds of Hats Cleaned and
No Acids Used." Work Guaranteed.
FELIX 'TURRO,. Specialist,
1154 Fort Street. Opp. Coavent
ih Honolulu, Of. H
WA-uGunst &, Co.
FOR. THE OVERTHROW
Fill Out This Blank and
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Editor. E v e n I n e n.ullotln.
Oarbagc not removed nt '..., since,..-..
Mosquito breeding rubblali at '. .'..'. . .. J (
Tluaso lmve Inspector nttend to this mutter.'
The nboye. blank, fully explains Itself. If you know of any gnr
bago not removed within proper tlmo limit, or of any old cans or other
water containers that, would: mnho breeding-places for mosquitoes,- fol
low Instructions on the abovo blan I: and the Even In g 11 u 1 1 o t I,n
.will do the rest.
Beixson, Smith & Co.
March Furniture -Sale
$.. Hppp. $ Co., 185, King, St.
is every day becoming more
popular vith the
who finds his mid-day cocktail
and poet-business drink serv
ed, there more acceptably,
than at the 'club.
C. J, McCarthy, Prop.
Hotel and, Bethel Streets
Hotel Majestio '
Sachs Block. Fort and Beretania Sti.
trine rurntsned rooms, si per uay
110 and upwards, nor month. Splen
MRS. 0. A. BLAISDELL, Prop.
First-Class Familv Hotel
Best Bathing on the Beach
W. C. BERGIN, Prop.
MOONLIGHT DANCE AT
SATURDAY, MARCH 2
Corns and. learn. Buticulan at
TOWNSEND UNDERTAKING CO.
, " Biretink. St. ''Opf, 'lacha'. '
M. E Silva,
UNDERTAKER AND EHBALMER
Prompt and. Polite Attention
CHAPLAIbf LANE; OPPOSITE
Phone 178 A Night Call 1014
Of THE MOSQUITO
K. Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forevei
r. T. FELIX COURAUD'S ORIENTAL
V . CREJW OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIED
Ittmrti Tab. Plm
Kmklta, Moth JtcitH,
amd, (ana pusj -v"
on iMsuif. mm
0t detrition. It
but4w4 Ibt Un
t( 10 tcm-V m
It ia tam..iM
U property ml
felt If ii3um(
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BTM JurM to
Mr of tht kut-
MAi fOU Udl
WlU bM U?.
UflO.TtB6rtllSPw. 3 Bieri Jom thtd Unit
San Francisco Hotels
Geary Street, above Union Square
Just oppoilM Hotri SI. Franclt ,
European Plan $1.60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish
In jscost $200,000. High class hotel
atrqoderate rates. Center o( theatre
and retail district. On car lines trans.,
erring alloyer city. Omnibus meets,
all trains and steamers. Send for,
booklet with map of Ssn Francisco.
Hotel. Stewart, now recognised as
address, "Trawets," ABC Code.
Fresh Shipment of
FLOWER AND VEGETABLE SEEDS
J, M. LEVX- & CO. PHONE. 76.
May's Old: Kona Coffee
Best y Test ,
Pad Ka liana
At Youy. Qrocer
ALL GE!P FJCTS
No Fear of Private Business Being
Hade Public Penalty for Re
fusing to Answer All Questions
Asked by Censn Man.
WASHINGTON, D. C. Mnr. 14.
President Tntt In n proclamnttnn Is
sued today urges everybody thloilRli
out tlio United States "In answer
promptly, coniilefely nml nccurnlely
ull Inquiries nddreiised to llicm by
the enumerators or other employes"
who will be eiiKRRed In the taking
of. the thirteenth deccnnlnl census,
which work will begin, one month
from today. The proclamation fol
lows: "Whereas, by the Act of Congress,
approved July 2, 1909, the thir
teenth decennial census of the Unit
ed States Is to be takan, beginning
on tho fifteenth day of April, nine
teen hundred and ten; and
"Whereas, a correct enumeration
of the population every ten years li
required by the Constitution. u( the
United States for the,, purpose of de
termining the representation of the
several States, In the tauw of Re'it
"Y.hercas, It Js of Uie utmost Im
portance to the Interest!) of all the
people of the United StateiTtliat till'
census should be a completn and ac
curate report of tho population ami
resources of tho country;' .
"Now,' therefore,' l', William How
ard Toft, President, o the United
States of Amerlca'j do hereby declare
and make known that,' under the
Act aforesaid, It Is the duty of every
person to' answer nil questions on
the cehsuH. schedules implying to him
and the family to which he belongs.
and to the farm occupied by htm or
his family, and Hint any adult refus
ing to do so Is subject to penalty,
"The sole purpose of the census
Is to secure general statistical Infor
mation regarding the population and
resources of the country, and re
plies are required from Individuals
only In order1 to permit the compila
tion of such general statistics. The
census has nothing to do with tax
ation, with army or Jury service,
with the compulsion of school at
tendance, with tho regulation of Im
migration, or with tho enforcement
of any national", State o'r local law
or ordinance, nor can any person be
harmed' In nny way. by furnlshlne
tho-lnfornfatlon required. There.
need be no fear that nny disclosure
will be 'mudd regarding any Indi
vidual person or his affairs.. l-,or
the duo protection of the rights and
Interests the persons furnishing
Information, every employe of the
CenBus liu'reau Is prohibited', uniler
henyx penaHy, from disclosing any
Information which may tnus come 10
"I therefore earnestly urgo upon
all persons to answernironiptly,
completely, and accurately 'nil ln
nulrles uddresscd to them by the.
enumerators or other employes ot
the Census Ilureau, nnd thereby to
contribute their share toward mak
Ing this great and. necessary public
undertaking a success.
"In witness whereof I have here
unto set my hand nml caused tho
seal ot the United State to be' af
fixed. "Dono at the city of Washington
this fifteenth day of March, A. 1).
one thousand nlno h'undred and ten,
nnd of the Independence of the Unit
ed. .States of. America tho uno hun
dred and thirty-fourth.
"By the President:
tVm. H. TAIT."
(Seal) '' s
P. a KNOX,
Secretary of State.
The proclamation Is for the pur
post 'of removing fears from the
minds of some people who arc ot the
qplnjqn that Information which they
give .concerning themselves to the
census taker may bo useu tn some.
way, to the detriment of ther per
sonal or business interests. Against
any such abuse, howovcr, the gov
ernment has thrown tho strongost
vm mi '
"TELL HIS INFORMANT
"r , .,...,-- t
James L. Holt, the former tax as
sessor, must explain how ho became
possessed of Information refuting to
the deliberations of tho Territorial
Grand Jury. Holt, who Is now under
Indictment by the grand. Jury on a
charge of embezzlement, filed n mo
tion some time ugo to quash tlio in
dictment on the; ground that only
tweivo of tho sovontccn granil Jurors
vated to ludlct him. When the Holt
case, wns pending, beforo tho grand
Jury, five extra Jurymen wore drawn,
others having been excused. Holt
claimed that' if the live had not been
added un Indictment would not huvo
Yesterday Holt was summoned be
fore the grand Jury to tell tho. source,
ot, his Information, but ho refused,
to make a stutement, and u citation
wna Issued for him by Judge Coopef,
returnable Saturday morning.
If n married woman U looking for
trnublo all sho Jibb to d s read ex
tracts ,l0r hiisbimd from tin) letters
jjU'-wroto her during tbolr courtship.. .
n icuuuwi 11.11 . ,
FOR WHOOPING COUCH, CROUP,
ASTHMA, COUCHS. BRONCHITIS, SORE
THkOAT, CATARRH, DIPHTHERIA
Vpwlt. i CfMtira. ton ik n'ouhm di
whwpiaf Caufh. Lfi-dffd-d Croup wnnol
tiil K Ooli ll ni-d. It cH ditfttlir
M l and llnMt, tnakint IfMllanl Mir tM
caM of Cflldtl twAkrt Uie lof throat and Itcpa 1M
couth. It i a too to tultien from AaUinia
CraaaUn If powerful wtiiielda,. trtint Ui
at a, caraliva tnd ptava ntiva in coalafioal diaMa
Craaelana a brtl racomraaodaboa
arl af aucctal u,e.
Faf Sala lr aS Dmliatt
Throat Tabtali, irar,
and ropinini for tn It
tilawd throat lUc
Vt9 VaH Crtwltaa C.
IN raltaa ilnH,
Hn York CHr.
WHY USE A POOR
QUALITY OF TABLE
FLATWARE WHEN YOU
CAN QET SOMETHING
'THAT WILL RESIST
WEAR" AND GIVE YOU
FOR THE SAME MONEY t
PHONE 512. 113 HOTEL ST.
With Mrs. NETTIE HARRISON'S 4-DAY HAIA
Afl AD II ia.L. .(.. --!,-.... ..f... -jl
wkun. , 1 ir inn vmr niirair tuccvttiui pirn
titUfsctory p'rtpirstlon for, th 'purpetri.
Slmpls Hirmltti Certain. Sold lor 20 yisn,
rscommindid ana uted with tilltfictlon by
thousands. Contains no lead, sulphur or othtr
narmiui iitgrtontit. 11 "dyss" and "rtttortrt"
hsvt" disappointed you, try this. II noverfolls.
$1.00. At all first-class drugalsta and "
BENSON. SMITH & CO.
Fort and Hotel Sts.
1129 Fort St.
FINE ROLLS AND BUNS.
BOSTON BAKED BEANS.
BDSTjON BROWN BREAD.
BEST HOME-MADE BREAD IN
Ring up 197.
Meat Market and Importer.
C. Q. YeeHop&Co.
YEE CHAN & CO..
Corner King and. Bethel,
WAH CHONG CO,
DRY GOODSArTD TAILORING.
Everything abiolntely l new ud
'reih from the Coast.
KTAVERLEY BLK. HOTKL ST.
FANCY DRY GOODS
Wah Ying Chpng Co.,
Kinp Si., Ewa Fiih Market.
OTNG CHONG, CO.
KINO ST, NEAR BETHEL
1 Dealer, in TiraitaiV Mattriucaj,
Gto.. Eto. All Idn'da of KOA aai
for gifta at '
Wing On Chong's,
Bethel St., Between King, and" Hotel.
tad cloth of A-l quality eaa bt ius
chaaea f rea
. a Box 981. Telephone ML
Bicycle shop and general repairing
work. Specialty in nickle, lilver
and gold plated work.
KING, OPP. ALAPAI ST.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone' 188,-
ra 111 Uitrtv I
Kveryono to know that J. K. Ttocha,
the tnllor, tins removed from the
llnrrlnon building to Kooms 35
nnd 3C, Young Hotel. 4554-lm
Ily married couple (no children),
furnished cottage; not oyer $2S.
Address "II.", Ilulletlu office.
A furnished houho for sinnll family.
No chllilren. Adilress "T. V",
Uulletln ofTlce. 4371-Ct
Three or four-room cottage; rent
reasonable. Address "K. C. II.",
Clean wiping rata at tha Bullatln of
fice. SITUATION WANTED.
Voung man wants clerical or book
keeping position. Flrst-clnss ref
erences. Address "A," Bulletin
omce. . 4C4U-tt
Japanese Cooklnr School. Families or
.hotels supplied with cooks. C. M.
Mottle, 1457 Auld Lane. Tel. 1564,
A bright boy wants Job afternoons,
Address "C. C", this office.
Frog set with diamonds, at Opera
House Saturday evening. Address
I. O. Hot .151, Reward.
Phone COS and ask for Car No. 482
Fred Noyes' new 1910 7-passenger
Kissel Kar. Always ready.
For hre. seyen-Beated Packard;
phone 199. Young Hotel Stand;
Chas. Reynolds., 4540-tf
EH. Lewis, will onen on April 1 a
riuing bciiuui ui Aimt'iic rurK; .a
sty)lsh saddle horses will be used".
Hours from 9 to 11 and 3 to C,
dally. Prices will be $1 per les
son, or twelve lessons for $10. V(c
guarantee to make, a good rider
of you for HO. Lewis. Stables,
Tel. 41. 4DGG.tr
Jaoanesr Employment Auociatioa.
Mounakea near Aaal Theater. Call
up phono C97 If you want a, cock,
good, boy or aervanta.
Fee ting Kea-Plnmber and Tinsmith,
. Smith. Bt:. ,bet; Hotel and Pauahl
' PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
Dr. J. H; Raymond
PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON.
Alakea St. Mauka Paciflo CInb.
Office Hours From 10 to 12: from
io ; irom.. to 0.
Tel. Office, 690. Residence, 1480,
W. Karl Vincent
1 rof. of, Music Lessons In Singing,
' Pianoforte, Pipe Organ, etc. 8tu-
' dlo. Koplolanl Uldg,; room 17,
KiS 1034, 'Nuuanu Ave.; phone
Qr, F. SCHURMANN
Comer Union and Beretania Ita,
Hous-Consultinf, 8-3 p. m. Bat-
ordayi excepted, Operating, 8-ll
a. d., 36 p. n.
S. E. LUCAS,
Masonlo Buildine, corner Hotel and
The best lenset in town to flt
A. R. ROWAT. D. V. 8.
HOURS Club SUblei: 10 a. m.
to 12 m,;,3 to 5 p. m. Residence:
o 10 iu-b.- m.; I- to a p. m.
PHONES-rClub SUblei, 109; Res
'All the Go
, "BULL" GINGER' ALE
RYGROFT'S FOUNTAIN SODA
Bottled by :1.
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS
.j4. Phone 510. . -..3L
Seuiiitl-haud buslnesn htiggy in guod
condition, "V.", nulletln, '
Ucacli cottago at Diamond Head,
Address "N.", Uulletln office.
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mra.
D. McRonnelt, 1223 Emma Bt. , .
BOOMS AND BOARD.
Cool furnished rooms and cottage,
with or without, board. 1C34
Nuuanu Ave., near School Bt.
Prices moderate. 4450-tl
The. Transo envelope a time-saving
Invention. No addressing neces
sary In sending out bills or re
ceipts: nulletln Publishing Co.,
sole .agents for patentee. tt
The finest residence site- tn Honolulu,
In Its most excluslvo district. A'
bargain. Owner leaving city. Ad
dress, J, James, llox 527 City. ,
At Miss Johnsons Curio Store on
Fort street, beautiful ferns, palm
and fruit, tiees. Set pieces for fu
nerals at reasonable prices.
Dry jtpd green awa root In large ana
small quantities. Orders solicited."
Geo. Kaca, 938 Kelaullko. street;
I'. 0. Ho 6, Honolulu. 4551,...
Six-room furnished house; modern
In ev.ory respect;' $60 per month.
Heri'tanla street, near Punahou.
"K. K.'V .this office. 4fi72-i'i
Men's clothing on. credit, sia.week;!
suit glyen at once,, Levy Outfit
ting Co., Sachs Uldg., Fort 'St, .
Dlnmonds nnd Jewelry bought, sold
and exchanged, J. qnrlo. Fort St.
Inter-Island and Qahu Railroad ship
ping book, at Uuletfn, office, . tl
Views ol the
The best work of the. leading, pho-v
tographers' will be found, at bur
store. ' ' '
AND VJEW1 POSTCARDS,
. - - - f V. i aj
A Large and Attractive Assortment '
Photo, Supply. Co.r ;
Fort Street, Below Hotel ' ' ''
: JUrfc--f i.a.-....i
V IrriUtkua or ayaralloial
M roseola aanMSMSa
j ramiaaa. iw ao iinrra
'tanl or soUuDoua. J
CUcaU- Hal m "liaMsl
In Our Cream
Special care to keen
from contamination u
aure ample keeping
qualities. J .
THE POND- DAI1I.
nanuraetured from aura dlatltletl. wa
ter. Delivered, tetany start f etty by
Munaoua anvara. 1
OilO ICE INI ELECTIIC CO.,'
Kiwjila. Taleahene .
Delivawd. t. naiaUaeet)
and offloet at Me a-a
W. O. ARNHART,
1U Merchant at-
AND OTHER PIANOS
Tliayer. Piano Co.
150 Hotel St. Phone 218..
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