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EVENINO ntJUilSTIN, HONOLULU, T. II., HIIDAY, AM. 8, 1910.
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INVITATION TO CITIZENS
, CHQP SUEY
1 ORIENTAL AND OCCIDENTAL.MEALS
WILL OPEN FOR BUSINESS. ON APRIL 2ND. 1010
'We have encased an EXPERT COOK whn tin had i inn nn'
ence in this work in all the prominent hotels throughout this Territory,
controlling the kitchen work. It is our intention to Raima reputation
for improving the. ORIENTAL MEALS and CHOP SUEY business in this
All patrons are cordially invited to inspect our Culinary Establish
ment, which is very neat and clean.
THE HONOLULU. .JCAEB,
NO. 70 HOTEL STREET, NEAR FORT STREET
AS A MATTER OF FACT, THE PASTRY AT THE
PALM CAFE IS E0.UAL TO THAT SOLD AT THE BEST
BAKERY SHOPS IN THE CITIES ON THE MAINLAND.
' PALM CAFE,
HOTEL, NEAR UNION STREET
CHINA TO HAVE.
Manchu Government Is
"r. Sun Ynt Ben, an Island boy,
Mid one of the leaders oC tho Chinese
reform arty In Clilnn, Is In Hono
lulu, timing nrrhed on the Korea
from the States Inst week. He
comes hero to tell tho Hawaii Chi
nese, who lnlted him, about the po
litical affairs In China.
Ur. Sun, It will be remembered.
Is one of the leaders for whoso cap
ture the present Manchu govern
ment Is offering a big reward. Al
though he lived In China when the
roward was first offered, ho was
never captured. He Is still wanted
by tho Manchu government. He
mild this morning, when Interview
ed, that he will go to China again
to familiarize himself with tho con
ditions there. Asked whether hi
was afraid to be captured, Dr. Sun
"Imply smiled and said that he was
letermlned to do that which he
thinks Is good for his people and
Dr. Sun, In tho course of the In
let lew, made tho following state
montB: ' So long as the present Manchu
government remains In force, thero
Lis no hope for China. Tho Intelli
gent and patriotic Chinese In China
Intend to overthrow the present for
eign government I iiyap tho Man
chu government and to establish a
government of their own. This
means a government of the people,
for1 the people and by the people.
"All the government offices under
the Manchu government are pur
chasable. This Is a well-known
fact. Those who pay the highest
price for tho offices which -they seek,
get the positions.
"Preparations for n revolution to
overthrow the Manchu government
are going on nt the present time.
They are awakening to the fact that
the sooner they do It, tho better It
will bo for the people. It Is only a
question of time before tho contem
plated revolution wllf tnko place.
The Intelligent and thinking Chi
nese In Clilna are In favor of this
move, becauso they can not always
live under thccorrupt sjstem'of the
present, form of government. v
"The government, evidently fear
lug the revolutionary uprising In
China, li( promising the people a
constitutional form of government.
China of today Is an absolute nion
'nrchy, and It has no real Intention
of giving tho peoplo such popular
government ns a constitutional gov
ernment, but Is rather endeavoring
to lounternct the revolutionary
"It Is true that there Is an In
telligent and able leader behind the
revolutionary movement In China
Kverjono who has had modern edu
cation Is In favor oMhls move.
Chinese Army Strong.
"The Chinese army today Is prcttv
strong, but It Is not sufficiently able
to defend Us domain. There are
thirty-six divisions iu the Chinese
army. Fifteen of theso havo been
formed according to the modern mil
itary sj stem. it Is practically
thought that they are In favor of
tho revolution Idea. Tho soldiers
aro officered by men who havo been
educated and trained In foreign
countries. They possess modern
"Chlua In the course of time will.
Qventunlly be revolutionized by tho
unny, sfmllnr to that which occurred
"Since tho organization of 15 mili
tary division In tho Chinese mllitaiy
department, several revolutions liavu
broken out in all parts of China. Tho
recent ono, having occurred in Can
ton only n few weeks ago. Owing to
tho unprcpuredncHs of tho peoplo, who
wero In sjmpathy with tho movement,
tho revolutionists wero beaten by tho
China to be Republic.
' Clilnu should bo made n Itcpubllc,"
continued tho doctor. "Onco tho Ito
publlcnn form of government Is estab
lished, China will bo tho nawest and
with proper management of tho gov
ernment nffalrs, will eventually bo
come one of tho most prosijerous na
tions In tho world. I am pretty sure
that the revolutionary movement will
"WJiat would jou i evolutionists do.
In the ovont of thp revolution, thn
Manchu government appeals to the
powers for Interference?" asked tho
"I think tho whole world Is practi
cally In favor of modernizing China,"
responded the , doctor. "What tho
world uantR todaj la peace and com
merce." continued ho. "The civilized
nations want China to open its doom
to the commeico of tho world. It Ii
ndmltted ihat the better class of Chi
neso Is In favor of this; but unfor
tunateh for them Jt Is alwas Inter
fered with l thn Manchu government
"The present government cannot
maintain order In China, nor can It
defend Itself from outside attack This
Is the cause of disturbance of tho
world's tieneo This Is ono of tho rea
wins whv t.ninq,owcrn aro ndvnentlng
tho partitioning of China In nrdei to
Hettlo the far eastern question otico for
"If the Chinese peoplo can rise In n
iMiuj- nun overmrow uio uiesent man
elm government, and put things in oi
dor, lis action will prolinld) bo met
Ith Hip approval of tho norld turner
m doing this, however, mo ciiIiimo
rcnplo must dri It In conforhillj tvltli
tho policy of tho world's potior,
"In my opinion, It . scorns likely
that there will be no benefit for tho
turners to help tho proceiit govern
ment and, lacking hiicIi lieiuflt It Is
hardly possible that nil)' power will
with tho old nnd corrupt nionnrcy, lllio
the Manchu government,
"Most nf the yoilim Chinese stn
dents vho aro being educated nbroid
were M-iit by the local government
Tho Central government has nothing
to do with them, except those who are
receiving education In tln United
Stntcs .Many n time, Iho reti'ral gov
eminent tried to Interfere with educat
ing the ouiig and Intelligent students
nbtoad; hut owing to public sentiment,
which Is gradually anil surclj shaping
things In Chlnn. the central govern
ment withdrew Its objection to cdu
eating theso sttidenlB abroad It was
practically rendered powerless."
According to Ur 8un Yet Snn. It It
evident that the Chinese residing In
foreign countries nro slow in grasping
the Idea of reforming China The)
llvo In countries where proapurlt) nnd
pcoco prevail, and hence they do not
reallzo the hardship there Is In China
On tho other hand, those thine In
China aro anxious to seo the day
when China will become one of tho
most piosperoim and progressive na
tions of the w,orld.
I)r Bun Ynt Sen Is nil island boy,
liming been horn In In Hwn and lived
In Kula, Maul Ho is a brother of
Mr Ah Ml, one of tho well known
merchants nnd ranchmen of Maul In
former days. Mr. Ah Ml, Is now visit
ing In China, where it Is s.ild, ho will
Ur. Sun Is well educated, Iiavliu:
attended tho Iolanl College ufter com
pleting his education In public schools
Lecture Last Sunday.
Upon tho urgent remiesl of tho lo
cal Chinese, ho spoko to them In the
unincso Theatre regarding the poli
tical conditions In China. Ho was
enthusiastically received nnd applnud-
en wnen ne concluded his speech.
Ur, Sun came hero at tho Invitation
of tho Hawaii Chinese. He arrived
on the Pacific Mall liner Korea last
Monday, and will remain here n few
weeks before returning to the States
where ho Is practicing medicine Ho
Is n graduate of n medical collego In
C1&1E m MATCH
Princeton, Columbia, Pennsylvania,
Cornell, Harvard, Oxford and
Cambridge to Take Part,
PRINCTON, N. J. April 2 has
been set ns tho probable date, for
the tenth International cable chess
mntch between the American mill
versitles of Prli.reton. CoIuiiiIiId.
Pehnsjlvnutn, Cornell and Harvard,'
and Die llrltlsh uulversltcs M Ox
ford and Cambridge. Although tho
date has not been dellnllbly decided
upon, it has been proposed by the
American committee and will prob
ably he accepted by Oxford uiid
Cambridge, as they have expressed
their wlllti.guess to play on any Sat
urday In April. Tho challenge wns
received recently through Jam")
Mortimer of London, England, tho
American referee of tho cable chess
matches, and was nllU hilly accepted
by tho committee on this side.
The boards of tho American team
wero operated from Alexander hall
in last year's match, and all the
necessary detnlla of the preliminary
arrangements were carried out so
nutccssfully that the committee In
charge, 1ms again decided upon
Princeton as the place for the tourn
Tho match In Alexander hall wl'l
bo open to spectators, who will be
aided in watching the moves' In
j largo boards, six or eight feet square
above the peers' boards, upon.
which each move will bo recorded as
the play progresses. These lurgsi
hoards will he draped with the colors
of tho universities of their kovlmi.1
Tho personnel nf tho Amei lean team
which will tako part In tho matches,
hiu not jet been officially announced
but It Is practically nssured that thj
men. at tho first four hoards will bj
I,W. Stetihens '10. W. H. Hitches of
Pennsylvania, W. M. Wiilttaker 'it
Pennsylvania nnd C. O, Chandler of
Yalo. The. most nromlslng-caiidldntou
for tho fourth nnd fifth boards aro S.
J. Tollns of Cornell and O. flumes
Tho American (cam secured tljo fa
mous Isaac ,i Itlco trophy as their
Lpermnnent possession bj winning th"
'Jiiniti international match last Ben-
sou. Ii consists of a largo sllvei
smew, on which aio uuboBsod tho
shields' of tho six universities who
nrst formed tho league, namely. Cani'
bridge, Columbia, Harvard, Oxford,
Princeton and Yale. It has been on
exhibition In tho trophj room of tlu)
gymnasium bIiico tho match here Inst
Tho intercollegiate committee ' lit
charge or tho match Is pnniposed of
A S, Jameson of Yale, chairman; R
It Perry of Ilarvaid, O II. CurtlB of
Princeton and C. 0. Sewall of Coltim
CASTOR I A
,For Infants and, Children.
rho Kind You Hare Always Bought
TRf THIS REMEDY
When the Doctors Saw That Dr.
Williams' Pink Pills Were Help,
ing This Los Angeles Woman
They Advised Her to Continue
Many wmmn suffer from nervous
nos, ncromp tilled by Uwsof weight nnd
iKilIor, show lug Hint there Is n 1ms of
nutrition ami that the blood is Ix-comlng
deficient lu quantity or quality. This
Is a condition that may Ik) followed by
lerlons confluences unless corrected.
To euro it Iho falling nutrition must
be arrested, tho patient's weight and
itrengtli built up and tho blood restored
to Its uormnl condition. licsldes good
fool, artificial aids to digestion nnd
tonics It is usual to recommend chaugo
of climnto iu such cares.
Thuoue remedy that lias cured tills
ouditlon, strengthened tho digestion,
toneil vip tho nerves and mndo the blood
Snrn mid rich Is th it described by Mrs.
I. O. Sproul.of No. 444 1-3 Wnll street.
los Aug, It. Oal . who tells of her
euro liy Ur. William' Pink Pills, u
Following tho birth of my child,"
sliosiys. "J was liMcrypoor health. I
wasconlincd to bed moro or less of tho
time for a yenr. I wns very nervous
nnd couldn't bear tho least noise or
excitement. Every few wceksl would bo
nearly Innne from joins iu my lieai.
My heart lviincd continually and It wns
necessnry to tnko morphine to get relief.
Oftentimes tho pilus wero so sovcro that
I could not six nw.
'I wns under tho caro of four doctor!
nt different times lint wns not cured. I
hail been kick for n jenror moro before
I decided to ilnvrt tho doctors' medicines
nnd giro IV Wllllnnu'l'lnk Pills atrial.
I wns bellied liefnm tho first mouth
i Hissed ns t lie twin lieeamo less severe.
'. gilned in flesh until I reached my
nsusl weight. When tho doctors saw
that tho pills were helping mo they
advised me to keep right on with them.
I did itt n lid was etillrelv enrcd."
Dr Williams' Pink Pills ar sold by
all druggists, or sent liy mall, postimld,
on receipt of price-00 rents per lioxi six
lioxes for t)M, liy the Ur. Williams
Mcdlrliio Company, Schenectady, N. Y.
San Francisco Hotels
Geary Street, above Union Square
Juit oppoilu Haiti St. Fundi
European Plan S1.60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish.
Ingscoit $200,000. nighclasshotel
atmoderate rates. Center of theatre
ferringalloverclty. Omnlbui meets
all trains and steamers. Send lor
booklet with map of San Francisco.
Ilotel Stewart now recognized as
address, "Trawets." ABC Code.
and a glass of beer at
will send you home without a
trace -of that tired feeling.
C. J. MCCARTHY', Proprietor
Cor, Hotel and Bethel Streets
TAKE ONE OF THE TW0-DAYS'
TEN-DOLLAR TRIPS TO
Sachs Block, Fort and Beretania Sts.
Fine furnished rooms, si per day
$10 and upwards por month. Splen
MRS. 0. A; BLAISDELL. Prop.
First-Class Family Hotel
Best Bathing on the Beach
W. 0. BERQIN, Prop.
: , . , ,1, , ' ., 1,1. , , :
1120 Fort St.
FINE ROLLS AND BUNS.
BOSTON BAKED BEANS.
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BEST HOME-MADE BREAD IN
Ring up 197,
Part) with capital wishes to buy In
terest lu mercantile business In
which he can take active par
Address "Capital," this office,
A gentleman of means would llko to
meet a lady of rehiiement, object,
matrimony. All correspondence
strictly confidential. Address: to
"It. II, II ", Uulletlu. 4G8C-21
Uverone to know that J. E. Ilocba,
the tailor, has removed from the
Harrison building to Rooms 35
and 30, Young Hotel. 45S4-lm
Men to enroll today for Biimmer
course In Bhorthand dictation at
Y. M. C. A. Term begins April
4. Tuition low. 4S81-3t
I)y married couple (no children),
furnished cottage; not over 12G.
Address "II.", llulletln office.
Two good bos to make themselves
generally useful lu printing of
fice. Apply llulletln.
Three or four-room cottago; rent
reasonable. Address "K. C. II.",
Young lady to learn massage treat
ment. Address "M. N. K.", this
A bright boy wants Job afternoons.
Address "C. C", this dfflco.
Sccand-hnud business buggy In good
condition. "Y.", llulletln.
Clean wiping raft at th Bulletin of
fice. SITUATION WANTED.
Young man wants clerical or book
keeping position. First-class ref
erences. Ai'.diess "A," llulletln
A lloston bull pup. from 1445 Ke-
walo street. Howard paid If re
turned to the ubovo address or to
Ur. M. K. Orossman's office, Ala
kea street. 4584-lf
Phone C and ask for Car No. 482
Kred Noyes new 1910 7-passenger
Kissel Kar. Always ready.
Kqr hire, seven-seated Packard;
phone 199. Young Hotel Stand;
Chas. Reynolds. 4540-tf
fee Sing Kee-Plnmber and Tinimltk,
Smith St., bet. Hotel and Pauahl.
SYDNEY P. HOllEN (Konlgllcho?
Conservatorlum der Musll;, Leip
zig) Piano (Technique and Vor
trag), Singing and Voire Produc
tion. 109 Ueretanla street, corper
of Union. Phone 22. 4584-lm
W. Karl Vincent
rof. of Music Lessens In Singing,
Pianoforte, Pipe Organ, etc. Stu
dio, Knplolanl Dldg,; room 1J.
Itcs, 1634 Nuuanu Ave.; phone
Dr. F. SCHURMANN
Corner Union and Beretania Its,
House Consulting, 2-3 p, m. Sat
nrdajs excepted. Operating 8-11
a. m., 3-6 p. ra.
S. E. LUCAS,
Masonio Building, 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 5 p. m. Residence:
8 to 10 a. m.; 1 to 3 p. m.
PHONES-uClub Stables, 109; Res
is such a piece of fine and
delicate machinery that in
order to keep the correct
time it must be overhauled
by a competent watchmaker,
Our Watch-Repair Depart
ment is in the hands of such
113 HOTEL ST.
I.nrge room, with or without board,
for gentleman beautiful location
In prlvnte home In Kalmukl.
Address ' 1. J ". this oiricc.
lleach cottage at Diamond Head.
Address "N.". llulletln office.
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mrs
U. McConnell, 1223 Emma Bt.
Housekeeping rooms, Cottage Drove.
Phone 1087. 4685-tf
furnished room nnd board,
ROOMS AND BOARD.
Cool furnished rooms and cottage,
with or without board. 1634
Nuuanu Ave., near School St.
Prices moderate. 4460-tl
Young Hoar; pure-bred, registered
Mule Koot (solid hoof) tho only
breed of hogs that will not tnko
cholera. Prlco 125. Palmer, 7tli
and Moaualua avenues, ICalmukl,
The Transo envelope a time-saving;
Invention. No addressing neces
sary In sending out bills or re
ceipts llulletln Publishing Co.,
soie agents for patontce. tf
Six-room furnished house; modern
In every respect; C0 per month.
Heretnnla , street, near Punahou.
"IC K.". this office. 4G72-IC
IMIson phonograph with 7G record!
two and four-minute; triple
springs. Apply, Mate, ship John
Men's clothing on credit. l a week;
suit given at once. Levy Outfit
ting Co., Sachs Hide, Fort St
Diamonds and Jewelry bought, sold
nnd exchanged. J. Carlo, Fort St.
Inter-Island and Oahu Railroad ship
ping books, at llulletln office. tf
Javanese Employment Association,
Maunakea near Asst Theater. Call
up phone G97 It you want a cock,
goad boy or servants. '
For Good Furniture
In Our Cream u
Special care to keen
it cold and protect it
from contamination as
sure ample keeping
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hundred in 10-li. lota
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Thayer Piano Co.
160 Hotel St. Phone 218,