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EVKNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THUflSDAY, APR. 14, 1910.
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'fComplete link of the Yawmnn &
o Erbo FILING CABINETS. and other
business labor-saving devices.
, HavVaiianlNews Co.,ltd.
, T Y P E WBI TEES
OFFICE SUPPW CO.
, ,' . Hotel.Street
BROWN & XYON CO., LTD.
' Alexander' Young Bid.
Ecpaired, cleaned, and made fts
pjoa at new. ah work guaranteed.
Ring up Telephone '10 and we Will
do the rest. t
" WALL. NICHOLS CO., LTD.
r E. Silva,
UNDERTAKER AND EHBALMEE
Prompt 'and 'Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE, OPPOSITE
1 CATHOLIC SISTERS
Ph,one ,179 Night Call 1014
Come and learn particulars at
TOWNSEND UNDERTAKING .CO.
Beretanla St.. Opp. Sachs'
LiJUllHtr HAT ClJuAHUKS.
. All Kinds of Hats Cleaned and
No Adds Used. Work' Guaranteed.
FELIX TURBO, Specialist,
1154 Fort Street. Opp. Convent
'Honolulu. T. H.
It Takes Mottey
rpElS TERRITORY is
We know of several propositions that witl
make big money for such a man, and we are ina
iro'siti)oh to goin witii'Him.
- . k$ prefer t&ifag to sBBfe Wetabifiiled
concern, butvwill,itbt: exclude, others. '
The Most 'Fashionable
of All Leathers
We illustrate here
with A PUMPWITH
STRAP ACROSS THE
A popular style that
Made of Jet-black
SUEDE, on a 'NEW
SHORT VAMP high-
'archeu Cuban heel
As 'low in 'ferice as
many inferior 'Shoes of
Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 FORT STREET
,'M. A. Gunst & Co.
To M!ake Monet
opportunities for the itvah With etitdrprie arid
Agents 122 Ring Street
MBER to m
Pacific Coast Chambers
To 'Be Represented
The meeting of tho trustee of
tlio Chamber of Commerce wng woli
attended jesterday, but apart from
the reading of several letters, noth
ing very Impprtant wag brought up
After tho initiates of tho previous
1 meeting had been read, J, t Mor
Igan, president of the Chamber, stat
ed that as K. M. Swnnzy was leaving
for the Coast and would bo absent
I for several months, that gentleman
had handed In hlB resignation as n
I-trustee The president stated that
this matter will be acted upon at
tho next regular meeting of tho
.chamber, when a successor will bo
appointed to fill thisvacancy.
In reference to the Mohonk Con
ference which takes place from May
i 10 zu, i'rcsiueni Morgan bihicu
that tho ehambef bad been reprc.
sented for several jcars and thought
fthat n representative should bo sent
this ear. J. P. Cooke moved and
A, CTarhoy seconded that the Cham-
bar At Commerce send a representa
tint to this conference.
In reference to Mr. Uaumgartner's
Me'tor asking that some $3000 tn
$5010 be-ralsed for advertising Ha
waii In the various papers of the
mainland, J. P. Cooke moved and E,
D. Tenhoy seconded that this bo
placed In the hands of tho finance
committee. Mr. Uaumgnrtner U
president of the National Kdltorial
Association, and Is contemplating
bringing about one hundred mem
bers of this association to Hawaii.
The most Important letter read
was that received from the presi
dent of the San Kranclscp Chamber
of Commerce In reference to Pacific
Coast chambers being represented at
tho Nanking, China, Kxposltlon. Sec
retary Wood of tho Promotion Com
mittee had delivered a verbal Init
iation from the 'Nanking Chamber
of Commerce lnvlUng as many of
the local ihamber's members 6s poi'
slble to be 'present. Tho Pacific
Coast chambers are limited tn five
members eacli. Mr. Morgan stated
that to avoid any friction tho local
chamber Bhould Join the Pacific
Coast chambers In this undertaking!
Thtf'tocal chamber 'will therefore be
peculiarly ropentfa "business
A, v f
alnmunnmf.eJYnn5ibw!,er8 'n,tM,, "'jiSMn ot.Beauty.is a Joy FOfWM
A letter wan read from uenuriuroi
Yoshidn, chairman of tho standing
eomniltten d"f tho tltaunomlya Cham
ber of Commerce. .Inpan, In whtcl
It stnted that 'as Honolulu bad sueli
a splendid system of waterworks nnd
that ho had seen nu article In n
Chamber of Commerce's annual, hi
reference to the local waterworks,
he wanted some Information regarU
Ing this, as the city of Ulsunomlj'n
Is now contemplating to construct n
system of waterworks. This matter
Was referred to Marstou Campbell.
Mr. Morgan stated that he had seen
Mr. Campbell, In reference to this
matter and that- Mr. Campbell was
sending full particulars to Oetikl
A. tlartloy said that lie (bought
something ought 'to be doni b tho
Chanjber of Commerce In connection
with tho visit of Prince Tsal T'ao,
of tho Imperial house of China, who
Is due In this city tomorrow on his
way to the Coast. President Mor
gan said that tho chamber would
be well represented In greeting tlu
The present advertising commit
tee, composed of Messrs. Wood, Wil
liams and Iloogs, who were appoint-
ed by the chamber to look Into nd
veftlstng propositions and thus eAvl
business men of this clt) from be
ing pestered by advertising pcdpliv
was Considered Insufficient tn num
bers, especially as Secretary Wood
nas teit ror Atlantic wn. ir,
Hartley moved and J. P. Cooke sec
onded that this committee he In'
creased to five membersi -This mat
ter Will be brought nip at the next
meeting, and the names of three
members wilt be submitted
In future, when advertising
schemes nre brought before the no
tlta nt Imllvtftnitl tnisli psr men of
this city by outsiders, t.iey will be
referred to this advertising commit
tee, arid If this committee thinks fa
vorably nf the uronosltlon. the mat
ter will be brought to ihe-notlce of
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HUYCrilBlTB. in hub vrny uuniucnv
meh df this city will be protested.
Those present at thte meetlrig jes
terday were J. P. Morgan, presi
dent; J. -P. Conkc, A. W, T. Uottom
iv. 'A. aartlev. V. Klamn. 13. 'K.
Paxton.'M. P. noblnson, E. I.Spafd
lng, E. D. Tenney. a
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WHEN YOUR JOINTS-ARE 8TIFF
and muscles soro from cold, rheuma
tism or neuralgia; when you slip,
strain or brulso yourself ,. use Perry
Davis' Painkiller. Tho homo remedy
"SBSt-BULLETIN ADS fAYlf!
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CEiNOR MAGICAL BEAUT1HCR
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mkl. Volt licn.
lib, nj t-ira Idi ,
and rjMTj tnrmim
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IJAMrna.l'si f'rt-m at U !' hirmhl M 1 !
iklo prtprto (nr Mil by all dracrnl MFnfy
Uoodi tfraiti la th United SUU. Unda xA Eorr
UiT.Hf llltrin.lllicil km Slmf ImTr
is such a piece of tine anl
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
FH0RE 912. 113 HOTEL ST.
San Francisco Hotels
Geary Street, above Onion Square
Jmt eppoiiu Uolri St. rrantl
KUropn Plan $1.60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furntih.
Inn cost $200,000. Itleh class hotel
atmodcrate rates. Center of theatre I
ferring alio ver city. Omnlbusmeets
all trains and . steamers. Send for
booklet with map 6f Sin Ftanclito.
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
Ilawalianlslandheadqua re rs. Cable
address, "Trawetf." ABC Code.
THE VERY BEST
Think of one and you think I
6tep in on your way home
Hotel and. Bethel
c. j. McCarthy
TAIU3 A RUN DOWN TO
HALEIWA THIS WEEK
will ive you a two days' tfip, with
carriage rides to the pineapple and
sugar plantations and a return via
Sole Agents for PIERCE ARROW,
CHALMEKS, HUUbUN, fUfiUlt,
AUTO SUNDRIES REPAIR SHOP
"ASSOCIATED OAKAOE. ITD,"
C. H. Behn
has two new 7-seated antot for hire
shopping and calling a Specialty.
S3 PER HOUR JiO CENTS HACK
ASK FOR BEHN PHONE 5'r
Your machine will ke "ready vfer
vou when we say it will be. We
las Jfrjf m
don't experiment on autosj wt rfli
Von Hamm - Young
ALEXANDER Y0UNQ BUILDIN:
Everjone to know that the Wal
palm Kxchauge, nt Walpabu,
serves the best of liquor refresh
ments nt Honolulu prices. When
motoring to Halclwn, vary the
monotony by calling on us; It's
only a ten-minute run from the
main road. G89-lm
Stenographer Permanent position.
Ilcglnncr with thorough knowl
edge of shorthand and t rewrit
ing might ba accepted. Address,
stating' qualifications and salary
eipectcd, "8U3," llulletln offlce.
By married couple (no chllareni.
furnished cottage; not over szo.
Address "11.", Bulletin offlce.
Thfco or four-room cottage; rent
reasonable. Address "K. C. II.",
Second-hand business buggy In good
condition. "Y.", Bulletin,
Clean wiping ran at th Bulletin of
Young man wants clerical or book
keeping position. First-class ref
erences. Address "A," Bulletin
officer ' 4640-tf,
Japaneso Cooking School. Families of
hotels supplied wllh cooks. C. M
Matzle, 11S7 Auldfnne. Tel. 1SC1
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Young lady cashier, American; tem
porary position; 2 to 3 months.
Address "333," Bullctlnofflce.
A Boston -bull pup, from 144r, Ke
walo street. Iteward paid If re
turned to the above address or Ho
Br. M. ,K. arossman'a offlce, Ala
kea street. 4C84-tf
Set of "upper teeth, between Mllhi
and School streets. Howard It re
turned to this'offlee. 45-2t
City Clothes Cleaning Co., No. 4 Ma
sonic Temple, AJAkea St. Clothes
ended for and 'delivered.
Phone C and ask for Car No. 4S2
Fred Noyts' new 1910 7-passenger
Kissel Kar, Always ready,,
tA .! A.aaikKAJ TlllVaJ
cur mrc, htcu-dcuicu m,iui
phono 199. "Ti'oung Hotel Stand;
pi... nJnniit ir.in":tf '
VUnth IhDJUUIUD, IWSV'V
fee Bint; Kee-Plomber tad Tinsmitk,
Smith Bt., bet. Hotel ymd Pauahl.
SYDNEY F. H0BEN (Konigliches
Conservatorlum der Muslk, Leip
zig) I'tano (TechplqUe ind Vor
trag), Singing vand Voire Produc
tion. 169 Beretanla. Phone 22.
W. Kqrl Vincent
rof. of Music Lessons In Blnglng,
Flanororte, Pipe Organ, etc. stu
dio, Kaplolant Bldg.; room 17.
nes,.lC34 Nuuanu Avo.; phone
1428. , , 4644-tt
Dr. F. SCHURMANN
Hodm Consulting, 2-3 p. m. Sat
ordivs excepted. Operatini, 8-11
S. E. LUCAS,
Maionio Building, corner Hotel and
Jhe best lenses in town to fit
A. R. B0WAT, D. V. S.
HOURS Club Stables: 10 a. m.
to '12 tn.; 3 to 5 p. m. Residence:
8 to 10 a. m.: 1 to 3 p. m.
f 'PHONES Club Stables, 109; Res
Sachs Block. Fort and Beretania Sts.
Fine furnished rooms, Si per day
10 and upwards per month: Splen
MRS. 0. A. BLAISDELL, Prop.
Fiht-Class Familv Hotel
Best Bathing on the' Beach
,W, 0, BERGIN, Prop. ,
OJG0 , 1
Beach cottage at Diamond Head.
Address "N.", Bulletin offlce.
Cottage, Vlncjard street; 7 rooms;
$20. Apply 14SC Kmma.
Two furnished rboma. Apply Mrs.
U. Mctronnell. 1223 Rmtna'St.
New automatic Singer for sale; cheap. ,
"A. II.", llulletln offlce. 4692-tf
Three furnished rooms for men. 828
Beretanla street. 4300-Gt
Housekeeping rooms; Cottage drove.
Phone 1087. 4585-tf
Furnished room nnd board; 1712 3. ,'
King street. 4683-tr
ROOMS AND BOARD.
Cool furnished rooms and cottage,
with or without board. 1634
Nuuanu Ave , near Bchool St.
Prices moderate. 4460-tl
The Trariso envelope a time-saving
Invention. No addressing neces
sary In sending out bills or re
ceipts. BuUetln Publishing Co,
sole agents for patentee. , -It
Six-room furnished house; modern
In every respect; SCO per month.
Beretanla street, near Punahou.
"K. K.", this offlce. 4672-u
Diamonds nd Jowelry bought, sold
and exchanged. J. Carlo, Fort St.
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Inter-Island and Oahu Railroad ship
ping books, at Bulletin offlce. it
Men's clothing on ci edit. $1 a week;
suit given at once. Levy OutLt
tlng Co., Sachs Bldg, Fort St.
Japanese Employment Auociatioa,
Maunakea nearAsal Theater. Call
up phono (97 It you want a cock,
good boy or' servants.
For Good Furniture
. ,WE, USE
No Preservatives .
In Our Cream
Special care to keen
it cold and protect it
from contamination as
sure ample keeping
THE POND DAIRY.
'FINE '.ROLLS AND BUNS.
BOSTON-BAKED BEANS. ,
"BOSTON BROWN BREAD.
BESI HOME-HADE 'BREAD IN
Rinit up 197.
tianufacturvd from -pure distilled wa
ter. Delivered t any part f elty ky
Mufteeus diivsra. ,, r ,
dill) ICE AN! ELECTIIC CI.,
Delivered to resident
and offloei at Mo s
hundred in 10-Ib, loto
W. O. BAHNHArVr,
1)1 Merchant t
Tel. 141 t
1 he Victor Sing"
BERaSTROM itUSIC-CO.. ITD.
AND OTHER PIANOS
Thayer Piano Co.
150 Hotel St. Phone 218.
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