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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, April 11, 1910, 3:30 EDITION, Page 9, Image 9',
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mistakes and adds to the
speed of the operator. This-'
is the, only VISIBLE listing
and adding machine; made.
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OFFICE SUPPLY CO.
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The Only Successful
, Mill in Operation
' 0. W. RENEAR, Manager
' In.cr-lsland and O. H. & U shipping
hooks t.for salo at itho Dill le tin
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The Strongest and Most
Attractive Line we have ever
MODERATE IN PRICE
"STYLES' THAT ARE win.
t Picked Jrom. the, very Lat
est Models. Shown this sea
son by, Leading.' Factories. ,oJ,
the -East. 1 '
t ALL LEATHBRS-Kid, Gun?
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'Shoe' Co., Ltd.
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 BT.
This" Means-More -Than
It will put rich pure
veins and fill you with vim, and vigor
build up the entire system quicker than
any other ibods'and flushes the system of
waste. - '
PlllMO BEER is made 'from pure
water and.sdler.ted. materials, high ,i,n, their
percentage of nutritious elements. It
does not contain caffeine as -doesi cdftee,
norJ tannic acid which is peculiar to tea..
The Vast 'majority of the 'world's' best
workers' are'' beendrinkers, and' beer drink
ing nations haveong occupied' the,iore
most position'sin'the progress f the world.
a Case for purUfiome
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SUNDAY SCHOOLS "AT
Take 'Lead ln
To .flhow their Interer.t, cnthus!
astn and loyalty In tlio RoAd worl:
toward their fellowman, the Chris
tian workers of tho Hawaiian Con,
trcgnilonal churches nn this Island,
except tlio outside districts,, assem
bled In Kawalnhno church yesterday
forenoon to take part In tlm (mr
terly review of the assembled "Sun
JThe exercises wcro well conduct
ed,, and those present showed appre
ciation of the good work of the Sun
day school pupils. The singing ol
'Ilia Pnlolo Valley Sunday school was
especially good. Many professional
sliiRcrs present expressed their ad
miration of tlm many good voices
The' Manoa and Mnllltll Sunday
schools also attracted attention Ii)'
their sweet and harmonious sIiikIiir.
The old historical church was III I
,ed to Its utmost capacity,! many nf
Jtlio visitors hclng compelled to stand
whi'n the exercises of thoxclnsses
The Interior of the church was
fittingly decorated with white lilies
nnl other nttractlvo flowers. Mrs.,
&ury Wilcox, the Sunday school su
perintendent of ICawalahao church,
and H. K. Ullknlanl, her assistant,
conducted, the. .exercise In n) man
ner) which certainly won for-' thum
the approval of thoCongrcgntlon.
At the cliico of the exercises, Mr.
Kaalahuo, superintendent of nil the
Sunday schools of this Islands mndo
a most Interesting address to the
HEtP FOR THE RUSSIANS.
Tho Russians, hftvo, found a friend
In Martin Orune, Who lived for,sovoral
y.cars. In Russia and speaks tho lnngu,
ago fluently. Hq Is helping many to
iet.sltuatlflns 1ft ,tho city. ,'Abont fifty
enmo In, to bis office this morning look
ing for work.
CASTOR I A
Por InfimU indCMldwa. .
TT18 Klnd'YoTKaVa'AIwars BcwcM
Mr. and Mrs. 11. L. narclay expect
soon to live In Honokoa, where ,Mr,
narclay wtii take the. place of Mr. A.
C. Glbb, resigned. Mr. Paul Klnel
sen. at nrescnt assistant bookkeeper
at Ilonokna, will take Mr. Ilarclay's
nosltlon as. bookkeeper nt Paclllc
I ' i-
Just a Refreshing
Means ' v
i i i i i
HOltatm.TJ, T. H.,-MONDAY,
ART LEAIiUE IS
May Day To Be Celebrated
Members of the Kllohana Art Lea
gue are planning an elaborate May
Day festival for Monday, April 30,
Tlm (Celebration this year will' lie
something out of thn ordinary lie
nor. A. 8. Oleghorn has, kindly con
sented to throw open his beautiful
grounds nit that day for the .use nt
tho Ieaguc. Mrs. ,Mary (lunn will
havo charge of tho Maypole dance,
In which a cumber of daintily at
tired damsels will participate. This
will form one of the attractive fen
furcs; of, tho entertainment, ns any
thing 'that Mrs. flunn undertakes al
ways, proves a snerecss. Tho Itiiynl
Hawaiian, Hand will furnish tho mu
sic. In addition, there will he sev
eral Instrumental numbers' by mem
bers of the Symphony.
Tho principal commltlcPR which will
have charge of tho various booths nro
as follows) Oronnils--Ilnn, A. S. Cleg."
horn, Mrs, F. A. Sclmofer, Mr. .1. W.
Ollmorc; Finance Mrs. A. (lartley,
Mrs. if II, aalt; nonths Mrs. K. A.
V. ffewcomb, Mrs. D. P. 'Dillingham;
nnlerlolnments Mrrf. lI..Ulgiicll,.Mrs.'
A, Il.'-Tuckor: Ico Cream Miss, New
comb;. assisted, by .Mr.s..Corwln P. Roes
and others; Flower noolh ;Mra. A. J.
Olgnoux, Mrs. Alexander Lindsay, Miss
Vera Damon; I.ciiionadc-rMrsj llooth;
Tea abd Coffee Mrs. Constable. In
addition thoro. will ho several other,
booths presided over by the following:,
Mr. Charles Frailer. Mrs. A. Ilenno
berg,, Miss Ward, Miss draco Robert
son, A. R. Ourrcy Jr., Mrs, Joseph (Ill
man, Mrs. C. .11. Athorton.
Tho children, will, not ,bo forgotten;
Onoi.of the attractions of tlm festival
will he a souvenir and art.hoolh.adoi'h
ed with handsome photographs, and wa
ter .colors. This wjll bo n keeping
with. tho work now ,hclne. carried nn by
tho I.caguo , and. will prpvo, particularly
nttrnctlvo .nnd JntercsUng lo t,ourlsts.
"who will l afforded nn opjior.tiiolty
nf.Bcelng sorao of tho wonders of Ha
waii ns portrayed by noted" artists.
Thn. grounds will he open to the puh
He from 2. o'clock, pn tho afternoon of
April ,30 .until, C p. m. An admission
to the. grounds will be charged to do-
fray' the expenses Incurred In erecting
booths and other necessary details. '
BON SOL KMIIIOA "
,' ' CALLEDiBV.DEATH
(Special to tho II it I let l'n.)'
WAH.UKU, .Maul, April ,8. Sola
mon Kawalhoa,i former member 'of
tho Territorial House of Represont
tttlves for Mqlojtal, died at his wife's
home In Walluku last Monday morn
ing of consumption, .aged 44 years.
Ho leaves n wife and on need moth
cd nnd a host, of relatives and friends
to' mourn their loss. Deceased was
n .member of the Walluiiu police force
some three or four years ago, but of
late ho has been earning n liveli
hood, as a fisherman, 'amnio was con
sidered one of tho few who had a
thorough knowledge of tho fast fad
ing art .imoiiR Hawallans. Illsna-.
tlva Island Is Moloknl, but ho moved
to Wniluku several years ago,' when
his father was head fisherman nt
the Knhuliil, Fishery.
I'uneral scrvlcese wcro conducted
at the house by Judge J. V,. Kalua.'
a son of Moloknl, who wns lately li
censed to act as lay reader of tha
Kaahumanu Church. Wniluku. The
final .services wcro h,cld In the 'no-'
ninn lamoiic unurcn in' wniluKU
In compliance, with tho withes of
the widow, nnd the remains were
buried with honors nt tho Catholic!
cemetery' In tho Wniluku sandhills.
Tho funeral procession was one
the Jungest seen In Walluku for
some time, over one hundred of tho
members of tho .Mahalanl Durlal
ssoclatlon, under direction of Mrs.
Whit ford, president, being Jn line.
The flag of tho Wnlluku-Kahulul
Fre Department waslowercd at half
mast-during the day, lout .of respect
to 'tho memory .of tho decoased leg.
SPECIAL- SELF.DENIAL MEETINGS
c.he setf-dpnlal cffqrt' which l)e
Ban yesterday 'was led off by the
divisional officer, Mnjor John Wllllo.
dt the eleven o'clock meeting. There
was also n - special servko In tho
evening with martial music for the
Other special meetings for self
denial will lie held on Tuesdaj n'nd
Thursday evenings 'of' this week.
On Tuesday evening Adjutant J.
J. Lewis will give n history of the
Army Heading Ilooni 'on Nuuanu
avenue and Bhow up tho work done
by living 'pictures, it will be in
On Thursday evening Staff Captain"
l,.McAbee will glvo an address with
lllustraUpna,frQm reM' life oj the
Army Homo for girls and children at
m ' .
MOnOAN-nln Kapari, Knnal, March 30,
1 1010. taMho'wIfo lot. E. J. Blorgan"
a son, ,' ,
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'"-' ' srwsjrrr-! mi - " ' ' """ ?ffj
THE vegetable. o5b
' which 'are ussd in
of dvory Soap come from
the other side of the
Cuba and South Amcr-i
ica produce oils of fairly
good quality; but we pre
fer to go 10,000 milea
further, pay more and
get the be3t.
Why do we.do it? Be
cause it pays that is the
994o PerCent. Pure
San Francisco Hotels
Geary Street, above Union Square,
Juit oppoill. Ilotel St. Jtiudl
European Plan $1.60 day tip
"American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure." furnish.
Jugs cost $200,000. HlgHcUss hotel
(moderate rates. Center o( theatre'
ferrins allover city. Omnibus meeti
all trains and steamers. Send for
booklet with mipof Son Francisco.
Hotel Stewart now recognized as.
addreis, "TraweU." ABC Code.
Army and &xvy Headquarter!.
Special'atteBtldn'to onolnla trade.
Without bath . ....?lJ50rjerdaynp
With bath .- 2.00 per day up
MeaJi table d' hote or a la carte
Manajrement of Ons 0. larm.
Honolulu Representative: M. F.
PETER, 'Phone 361.
4C77- Mar. .20;. Apr. 2, 9, 1C,. 23.
and a glass of beer at
will send you home without a
trace of that tired feeling.
C. J. McC'AnTHY, Proprietor'
Cor. Hot,el and Bethel Streets
l'AKE A RUN DOWN TO nV
HALEIWA THIS WEEK
will give you a two days' trip, with
carriage rides to the, pineapple ajid
sugar plantations and a return, via
Wahiawn. . '
Sachs JBlock. Fort and BeretanU Sts.
Fine furnished rooms,' Si per day
1J0 and upward per month. Splen
MRS. C. A. BLAISDEIXVProp.
Fint-Class Familv Hotel
Best Bathing on the Beach
W. 0. BER0IN, Prop. N
1129 Fort St.
FINE ROLLS AND BUNS.
BOSTON .BAKED BEANS."
BOSTON BROWN ,BREAD.
..BEST -HOME-MADE BREAD I IN
. TOWN, -tRingup
w 4 n t s; I
J .WAjmrj 1 10 let " 'jal
Kveryouc to know that tho Wal-
palm Kxchunge, nt Walpahtt.
serves the liest of llijunr refresh
rnentit nt tloiiolulii prices. When
molorlng (u Halrlwa, vary tho
monotony liy calling on us; itM
only a ten-minute run from the
main road, 4f,S9-Im
Stenographer Permanent position,
HcMnner with thorough knowl
edge of .shorthand and typewrit
ing might bo accepted. AddroHS,
stilting qualifications and salary
expected, "SO:!," bulletin onice.
Party with capital wishes to buy In
terest In mercantile business In
which ho can take nctlvo par'.
Address "Capital," this office.
A gentleman of menus would like to
meet n lady of refinement; object,
matrimony. All correspondence
strictly confidential. . Address to
"It. II. H.'Vilullellii. 4G8C-21
Meri to enroll today for summer
course, In shorthand dictation nt
V. It. C. A. Term begins April
4. Tuition low. 4K81-3t
Dy married couple (no children),
furnished cottage; not over S2G.
Addrcsd "I!.". Iluiletln office,
Two good uoya to make themselves
gonernlly useful in. printing of
fice Apply lhillctln.
Three or tour-room cottage; rent
reasonnblo. Address "K. C. II.",
Young lady In .learn massago treat
ment. Addrosa "M. N. K.", this
A bright boy wants Job ntternoons.
Address "C. C.", this ofllce.
Second-hand business .buggy In good
condition. "Y.", Dulletln.
Clean, wiping raga at U Dnllatln of
Youne man wants clerical or book
keeping position, rifst-class ref
erences. Address "A," Dulletln
A lloston bull pup, from- 144R Ka'
walo street. Howard paid If re
turned to the above address or' to
Dr. M. E. Qrrfssman'a office, Ala-
kea .street, 4C8t-tt
Phono 6 and. ask for Car No. 48'2 '
Fred Noyes' new 1910 ,7-paBsenger
Kissel Kar. Always ready, '
Fqr' hire, seven-seated Packard;'
phono 199. Young Hotel Stand;,
' Chas. neynolds.- 4C40-tf
fee Bine Kee-Plumber and Tiasmltk,
Bmlth St., bet. 'Hotel and Pauahl. .
SYDNEY F.' 1IODEN (Kofllgllches
Conservatorlum dor Muslk, Leip
zig) Piano (Technique and' Vor-
trag), Singing and Vqlco I'.-oduc
tlon, 1C9 Deretanla BtVcot, cornqr,
of Union. Phono 22, 4G8t-lm
W. Karl Vincent
rof, of Music Lessons In Singing,
Pianoforte, Pipe Organ, etc. Stu
dio, Kaplolant Dldg.; room 17.
, lies., 1C34 Nuuanu Ave.; phone
1428. " 4C44-t'f
i Corner Union and Beretanit Its.
Homo Consulting,. 2-3 p. m.t, Sat
urdays -excepted. Operatinf, 8-1 J
a. m., $-6 p. m.
' Phone 3S.
S. E. XUCAS,
Masonlo Building, comer Hotel nd
The best lenses in town to nt
A. B. R0WAT, D. V. S.
HOURS Club SUbles: 10 a. m,
to 12 m.; 3 to 5 p. m. Residence;
8 to 10 a. m,: 1 to 3 p. m.
. PHQNES Club. Stables, 109; Res
idence, 1429. V
t. a. mmwim,
Com'r. of Deeds for California and
New York: NOTARY PUBLIC
Grant Marriage Licenses; Draws
Mortgages, Deeds, Jills of Sale,
Leases; WillsJ Eto. 'Attorney for the
District Courts. 79 MERCHANT SX
HONOLULU: PHONE 310.
Large room, with or without board, , 1sj
for Kentlemau beautiful location ' 1m
In prlvnto home In Kuliriukl, "fwl
Address "I. W J.", this omre. '
Reach rottaee nt Diamond Head. '&
Address "N". Ilillletln nftlce. '.A
Cottage, Vineyard strtet; " rooms; '-'Sfl
$20. Apply 148ii Kmtna. qB
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mr
D. McConnell, (223 Emma Bt.
tloilsekeepfng rooms; Cottngn drove.
Phone 1087. 4!.SS-t(
Furnished room and liomd; 1712 'tl.
King street. 4fS3-u
ROOMS AND BOARD.
Cool furnished rooms and cottage.
with or without board. 1634
Nuuanu Ave., near Hehool . St.
Prices moderate. 44B0-tl
Young noarj pure-bred, registered
Mute Foot (solid noof) the only
breed of hogs that will not tako
chok-ra. Price, 'i'i. Palmer, 7th
nnd Maannlun avenues, Kalmukl,
The Tranpo'envelope a time-saving
Invention, No addressing neces
sary In sending but. bills or re
ceipts. .Dulletln Publishing Co.,
sole agents for patentee tt
Six-room 'furnished house; nioC.crn
In every respect; SCO per month,
lleretaiil.v street, near Punahou.
"K. IC.'.', this office. 4T.72-U
Rdl'son phonograph' -with 75 rccorfH
two nnd fuur-mliiuto; trlplo
sprlngJ. Apply, Male, ship John
Diamonds and Jewelry bought, soM
and exchanged. J. Carlo, Fort St.
Inter-Island and Oahu Railroad ship
ping books, at Dulletln office, tl
Men's" Clothing on credit. Sl'aweei;
suit given at onoe. Levy Outfit
ting Co.,- Sachs Iildg., Fort St
EMPLOYMENT . AOENOT.
Jananese' Employment Associatioa,
Maunakea 'near' Assl Theater, .Call
up phone 697 ,lf you. want a cock,
good boy or. servant.
THE ' . "
lrTiona 371. 122 Kin Ii '
In Our Cream
Special care !to keen
it cold and protect it
from contamination as
sure ample keeping
TEE POND DAIBX
l TeL 8B0.
manufactured from, pura distill! wa
,r. Dllvrdje;, any part f elty by
OAHU ICE AM ELECTIIC CO.,
yia TalMhon .
Deliveredto , resideneea
and ofSoes at 88o sies
hundred.' in 10-lb. lota
r'aort;! 1 ,
W O. BARNHART,'
111 Merchant t '
All the Go
"BULL" GINGER ALE
RY0R0FTS FOUNTAIN ,S0DA
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS
AND OTHER PIANOS
ISO Hotel St. Phone 218.
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