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VENtNti BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., MONDAY, MAIL -28, 1010.
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will do Iho rest.
March Fumijure Sale
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Nature's call for a barley and malt food.
Hellahicus, in writing of Plinthium, a city in
Egypt, said that the Egyptians made a wine of barley
that they considered very necessary for the body.
Today the increasing use of " wine from barley"
well proves the wisdom of the old Erptians. Our
men of science who" make a study of the human
economy endorse and urge the use of barley and malt
in the form of pure beer.
The reason is that beer is healthful. The malts
and hops are nerve food, arid, the habit of drinking it
keeps the body supplied with fluid to flush out the
THE WEAK, THE NERVOUS AND THE SLEEP
LESS MUST HAVE IT.
In Hawaii; where the air is lacking in all vitality,
where the least unusual effort results in exhaustion,
the necessity for this food is marked.
Arid here can be had a beer' that is absolutely
pure and properly aged,
M LWw T-iiior
rr-'. f;-i...-. f - .t.H.:., -
185 King St.
iu quit. tue-.vj,imoie
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i Don't grope tbout In th dark ,
i irymr 10 aimin nucceu. ii i
ius iignt your way ny giving you i
i an tuueauon. e can iram i
i you aj mnii.in iime inai wouia i
i oiuerwiieooxjraicti.inrany j
i new. irKi(K, uoouiei iwi eM
i btoties o: Micceiv civet f:iwa
lino nnmc anurcsscs. a'ii'ih
i ana profrrcsn 01 over a
l inousanu iuucmn on j
i viiono roaa wo have I
i thrown tho necea-
L aary nam. . what j
, we nave done lor j
others we can do ,
lor you. Pill j
i out ana lena
ft In the coupon i
rteil tiputrt bo I ran qualify lot pot It ton
MfeMnlctl Roflottr . Sanitary Cnilna ir
Mechanical Drain. ArtiMtrct
CUcirleal Englntir . Titl1 Utilgitr
Telephone Engineer . Cheenlet
Slum Cnflitcr Iloohaeeptr
Marlnt Engineer . Kltnographir
, CI? II I'-nglnef r ToHpeak French
Surveyor To Speak Herman
Mining Engineer Ta atenfc Bpintih
'Arericy for Hawaiian Islands;
1139 FORT STBEET .
REGAL SHOE CQ.
King and Bethel.
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Salts tor 28,
Hotel St. '
Pau Ka flana
At Your Grocers
.Bulletin Business Office Phone 258
?nlW TylfnrUt T?nnni Phnn 1RB
tfye inhabitants of
MELT AND TALK
Proposed Big Conference
Failed Jo, Be
An Independent political gathering
which was arranged to take place latt
Saturday night, was that of the long
thorcmen's meeting. This, however,
did not materialize. The leaders, or
tho litnas as they arc dcslgnntcd, de
elded It Was best to 'postpone the
meeting until niter tlio hoincto-home
meetings hare been held, and lesults
reported to tho'cxecutlvo committee.
According to some of tho longshore
men, tho Intention of tlio mocitluu
which was to lia'v'e been 'hold last H.u
ur'day night, was 'for tho puriwso of
nolc'cjlng their own 'c'alidld.'itus, to act
Independently of fho other parly can
didates and to ropr'OKi'nt ttit'tii nt the
coming political Convention, It Is
their Intention,. so they state, to vote,
for men whom they tlilnk will Work
for their Interests, If elected to the
The long'shorcmcn would like to
lmvo some power In t'h'c convention.
They believe the only way to gain
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nun puna i iu uie iur men wnus
Integrity mid lionoaty nre unques
tioned. 'itatho'r than being ctfihjiolted (o vote!
for tlio party liicn, the longshoremen,
a re duslroiis of Mtfug and making
their own selections to run for Legis
lative honors, or for county ofllccs. In'
this way they think they can get what'
"Those SilpcrvltoiK, with the rxcep.
lion of it few, arc no good." remarked
a lnltgvhoicmau nnd a nihil man who
uru nt the present time out of work.
"Wo art g&lng to vo'to for our men,
regardless of pa'rty differences, Wo
voted straight boforo, 'but got nothing
for It. Tho kadorH told us to do cer
tain things, but after they were elect
ed 'to offices they would dot recognize
us. Therefore wo are going to vote
as We please, regardless of party."
Last Saturday night the longshore
men, nccordlng to reliable Information
Instead of meeting nt a' certain place
beft known to ihemsclvcs, held vopnr
nto meetings nt various places. The
meetings wcro not overcrowded, but
enough gathered nt tho mc'etlng plncc3
to discuss tho political situation, iV-
gardlug their outlook of the present
Tho result nf these moetlngs will
bo submitted at n general confereuco
In tho near future.
On the deck of the I.lkellke, which
arrived yesterday, wcro forty horses
which came from tho Parker ranch, on
Hnwall. These horses have been pur
chased by tho Federal government nnd
will be used b.f tho soldiers at Scho
Nearly a year ago It was given out'
locally that the army wns favorably'
Inclined to pmchaso horses for the use
if tho cavalry here In the Islands If
the samo could be bought and were
up to tho standard of what wero need
ed In the service. ,
At that tlmo one of tho officers of.
tho army went over to Hawaii nnd
looked over the horses on that Island,
with u view to a future purchase, 'mid
tho batch or 'horseflesh that caluo In
on tho Mkcllko Is tho icsult.
captain rorsyiuo stales limine sees,
nil rfnfefiri tt'lii nil it tl.n Im.afi. ....!
ed lor the cavalry cannot bo pur
chased right here In the Islands nsf
there;nro-plentyimd they are nil Island.
A DAINTY TOILET ARTICLE.
Kvery Indy who desires to keep up
cr nUrnctlvo appearance, while nt
tho Thculcr, attending Receptions,
when, shopping, while traveling hud
on all occaslnnn should carry In her
purso a booklet of Qouraud's Orien
tal Beauty Leaves. This Is dainty
(tile booklet of exquisitely perfumed
powdered leaves which urc easily 10
noved and applied to tho skin. It Is
luvaluablo when the face bdeomes
nolst and flushed and Is fur superior
to a powder puff, as It docs not spill
and soil tho clothes.
It removes dirt, mot nnrl grease
from the face, Imparting a cool, del
cato bloom to the complexion. Bent
anywhere on receipt of l-'lv'o Ce'ntB
n stamps or coin.
F. T. Hopkins, 37 Oreat Jones St.,
, New York,
j- ' sa
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.,.
The Kind You "Have Always Bought
Thomas McK. Laiighlin's bud) found
In cellar uinl mystery turrouuda bul
clde, Louis -Paulhun makes daring (light
111 Faruuti biplane ucalnsl crout. wind.
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ri ) yu..wrn ..4U.fl,. --U.Af, J.C VtU-
lUJlll -S,liil IU WVV(AJV 19. UAU.
Alia a goou
fg I Viwftiln. 1nnn nn
..making it good, t
Tell pooplo how good it
is; keep 'on telling them.
And they will buy it;
and keep on buying it.
Ivory Soap ia a case in
From the beginning,
the idea has been to
make it so good that
people whotbought it
once would continue to
buy it. They do.
994(oo Per Cent. Pure
San Francisco Hotels
Geirr Street, above Union Square)
Juit oppoiiM Ilold St. Frtnclt
Europesn Plan $1.60 day up
American Plan $3.00 a' day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish.
Ingicost $200,000. nigh class hotel
at moderate rates. Center of theatre
andretaildlstrict. On carllnes trans
ferring allover city: Omnibus meets
all trains and 'steamers. Send for
booklet with map of San Francisco.
Hotel Stewart Jiowi'recognUed as
address, "Trawcts.'t ABC Code.
BAN FRANCISCO ,
Army and Navy Headquarters.
Special attention to Honolulu trade.
Without bath $1.50 per day np
With bath, T. 2.00 per day up
Meals table d' note or a la carte
Management, of Qui C. Larm.
Honolulu Representative: M. F.
PETER. Phone 361.
is 'every day becoming more
popular with the ,
who finds his mid-day cocktail
antt post-business drink serv
ed there more acceptably
than at the club.
C. J. McCarthy, Prop.
Hotel and Bethel Streets
Try One of the Ten-Dollar Trips o
and the Pineapple Plantations
Hotel Mnjestio j
Sachs Block, Fort and Beretania fits'.
Fine furnished rooms, fl per day
$10 nnd upwards per month. Splen-'j
MRS. C. A. BLAISDELL, Prop.
Finit-Class Familv Hotel
Best Bathing on the Beach
w. a. heroin, rropr
1189 Fort St.
FINE ROLLS AND BUNS.
BOSTON. BAKED BEANS.
BDST0N BROWN BREAD.
BEST HOME-MADE BREAD IN
P.iBB Up 197,
W AN .T,S
Everyone to know that J, E. Ilocha,
the tailor, ling removed from the
Harrison building to Kooma 35
and 30, Young Hotel. 4504-lm
I)y married couple
not over ti5.
Address "II.", Ilulletlu omce
A furnished houhe for' small family.
No children. Address "l. w.",
liulletln office. 4571-01
Three or four-room cottage; rent
reasonable. Address "K. C. II.",
Second-hand business buggy Iu good
condition, "V.", liulletln.
Clean wiping, race t the Bulletin of
fice. SITUATION WANTED.
Young man wants clerical or book
keeping position. First-class ref
erences. Address "A," liulletln
Reliable carpenter, white, with tools,
wishes permanent job, In town or
outside. Address "(1. 0.", this of
Japanc'se'Cooklng'Schbol. Families or
hotels supplied with cooks. C. M.
Matzle, 1457 Auld Lane. Tel. 15C4.
A bright boy wants Job afternoons,
Address "O. C", this office.
Crescent pearl pin and lady's tic.
uetween Nuuiinu ami scnooi His.
nnd llonluc Theater. Howard, this
Frog set with diamonds, nt Opern
House Saturday evening. AddrcM
P. O. Uox 351. Itewnrd.
Phono COS and nsk for Cur No. 4S2
Frcil Nqycs' now lMO 7-passenger
Kissel kur, Always ready.
For hire, seven-seated Packard;
phono 199. Young Hotel Stand;
Chas. Kcynolds. 4540-tt
E. H. Lewis will ooen on Anril 1 a
riuing scnooi at Ainieuc 1'arx; za
stylish saddlo horses will be used.
Hours from 9 to 11 and 3 to C,1
dally. Prices will bo $1 per les
son, or twelve lessons for 10 We
guarantee to make n 'good rider
of you for $10. Lewis 'Stables,
Tel. 41. 45CC-tf
Japanese Employment Association.'
Maunakea near Asl Theater. Call
up phono 097 If you want a cock,
good boy or servants.
tea Sins; lee-Plumber aid TianritL
, Bmlta St.. bet. Hotel and Panah7
Dr. J. H.
PHYSICIAN AND BURGEON,
Alakea St., Mauka Pacific Club.
. Office Honrs-From 10 to 12; from
b to ; from 7 to a.
, BUBDAYB 10 TO II.
Tel. Office, -690. Residence, 1460
W. Karl Vincent
rof. of Music Lessons In Singing,
Pianoforte, Plpo Organ, etc. Stu
dio, Kaplolanl lildg.; room 17.
Hcs., 1C34 Nuuanu .Ave.; phono
1428. '. ' i 'i544-tJ
Dr. F. SCHURMANN
Corner Union and Beretania Sts.
House Consulting:, 2-3 p. m. Sat
ardays 'excepted. Operating, "8-U
a. m., 3-6 p. m, . ,
- Phone J8S,
S. E. LUCAS,
Mssonio Buildinp,. corner Hold and
The best tlenies in town to lit
A. R. ROWAT. D.'Y. S,
HOURS Club Stables: 10 a. ro.
to 12 ra.j 3 to 5 p. m. Residence:
8 to 10 a. m.: 1 to 3 n. m.
PHONES Club Stables, 109; Res
idence, 1429. , ,
Bullstia'Buslness 0&te Phow.Mfli.
Bulle'tin Xaito'fial Boom Phono 185.
For period of four months, furnish
cd three-bedroom house, in .Manila
district. Address "House," till-
Ucach cottage ut Diamond Head.
Address "N.", liulletln offlce.
Two furnished rooms. Apply afra.
D. McConnell. 1223 Emms flt.
ROOMS AND BOARD.
Cool furnished rooms and cottage,
with or without board. 1C34
Niiuanu Ave., near School St.
Prices moderate. 4450-t!
The Transo envelope a time-saving
Invention. No addressing neces
sary In sending out bills or re
ceipts, liulletln Publishing Co.,
solo agents for patentee. ' tl
Dry nnd green &wn root In large and
small quantities. Orders solicited.
Cleo. Kacn, 938 Kelaullke street;
P. O. llox C, Honolulu. . 4551-.
Six-room furnished house; modern
In every respect; tfl) per month.
Uerctnnln street, near Piiunhou.
"K. K.", this office. 4572-u
Men's clotblug on credit. $1 a week;
Bull given nt once. Lev; Outfit
ting Co., Sachs lildg., Fort Ut
Diamond? nnd Jewelry bought, sold
and exchanged. J. Curio, Furl St,
Inter-Island nnd Oaliu Itallroad ship
ping book., at liulletln offlce. tf
We have just received new
patterns on wood and leather.
Everything you need for the
"w'drk eu will fiiid 'at bur
Points and Bulbs
Photo Supply Co.
Fort, Below Hotel
. WE USE
In Our Cream
Special care to keen
it cold and, protect it
from contamination as
sure ample keeping
THE POND DAIRY.
mariufatttirad 'from pura dlttllUd wa
tar. Delivered 't any'part ! lty ky
saUrteotn drlvara. ' '
OAIUICE INI ELECTIIC CO.,
Kawalt- Tshwhtna Ma.
Delivered to residencaa
nnd offloei at t6t pea
hundred la 101k. lota
W. O. IARNHART,
IU Merchant t
All the Go ,
"BULL" OINOER ALE i
RYCROFT'S FOUNTAIN SODA
HAWAilAW SODA -WORKS "
AND OTHER PIANOS ,
Thayer Piano Co. '
166 Hotel St. Phone 218.'
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