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hvhnino nuixnTiN, itonomti.u, t, ti rmow. Am 20. 1010.
For Good Furniture
Pau Ka Hana
At Your Grocers
' HAWAII & SOUTH SEAS CURIO CO
SAIN GODS AND AKUAS
NEW PATTERNS IN STAMPING
UNDERWEAR and GLOVES.
Miss Kate Woodan)
1141 Fort Street
MUJWUH and EYELET
Mrs. J. Rosenberg,
Alexander Young Building
Dressmaker from Paris. StylisL
Dresses, tailor-made specialties. Rea
sonable prjees. Harrison Block
Brretanin And Fort street
Trimmed and Untrimmcd Hats.
Boston Bldg. Fort St.
LEADING HAT CLEANERS.
All Kinds of Hats Cleaned and
No Acids Used, Work Guaranteed
FELIX TURRO, Specialist,
1154 Fort Street. " Opp. Convent
Honolulu. T. H.
YEE CHAN & CO.
Corner King and Bethel
WAH CHONG CO.-
DRY GOODS AND TAILORING
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
WAVERLEY BLK. - HOTEL ST
FANCY DRYI QOODS7"
Vah Ylng Chong Co:,
King St.. Ewa Fish Market
Wl JNU CJtiUJNG CU
KING ST..NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture. Mattresses,
etc, etc. All kinds of KOA and MIS
blON FURNITURE made to order.
for Gifts at
Wing On Chbng's,
Bethel St., BetweenKing and Hotel
IMPORTERS OF ORIENTAL
WING WO TA1 & CO.
041 Nuuanu Street Phone 2G0
And Cloth of Al Quality Can be
MO OANDLESS BLDG.
P. 0. Box 061 Telephone 031
79 Hotel Street
Oriental Meals and Chon Suev un
stairs.. Occidental Meals downstairs.
CIGARS AND TOBACCO
Open Day and Night
Meat Market and Importers.
C. Q. Yee Hop & Co.
"For rtent" earoe on sale at
the Bulletin office.
'"Vcgue" papers represent a
new order of things decora
live. They nre designed and
colotcd to make proper set
tingt for furnishings and to
produce richer and better ef
fects' than have- ever been
, obtained with wall papers.
Sec thebcautiful samples in
our show 'room.
Lewers & Cooke,
. 177 S. KING STREET
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
J. A. B. Vieira
113 HOTEL ST
Sole ARents for PIERCE ARROW,
CHALMERS. HUDSON, PREMIER,
AUT0 SUNDRIES REPAIR SHOP
ASSOgiATED GARAGE, LTD.
G. H. Behu
has two new 7-seated autos for hire
shopuintr ar.d calling a specialty.
$3 PER HOUR 50 CENTS HACK
ASK FOR. BEHN PHONE 5
Your machine will be ready foi
ion when we say it will be. Wt
on't- experiment on antos; wt rcptdr
Von Hamm- Young
- Co., Ltd;'
aEXANDSR YOUNG BUimiHG
"The Beat-Built Car in America''
SCHUMAN, CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
UPHOLSTERING of AUTOMOBILES
Skilled Workmen Best Mate'rial
W. W. WRIGHT CO., Ltd.
i. W. itirtbUtii
Auto Tire Repairing
1177 Alakcn Rt
LET US BID
On Your Electrio Light Wiring
Union felcotrio Co.,
I. 0. CARTER - Proprietor
Harrison Bldg. BERETAN1A ST.
IMPORTED AND ISLAND
The Disease Is Permanently Cured
by Dr. Williams' Pink Pills
and Complete Information
Is Free for the Asking.
Kery ono who sliders from rheuma
Lifiii wilt rciiini.u tliu description of a
Genuine, c-uki at fight.
In IIih following brief statement aro
v!ldly dex.rilK'd thu ejnlploiiH which
cery patient will ree'itmb'.aund the mean
by which n (lira ww eHuetnl in this iao
is (l&nrllKil with fiitml fidelity.
If Jim nru puH'erin,; fio'm nny form of
rhruiiinllKiiinilh lic-iof llcfh umlftmiKth,
mill thinning of thu blfo I, thu remedy
Ihut m w eflettivo litfro dner04 u
Mr. tjeonjri ( Lninr, farmer, wIio-kj
uldie Is Hox -I), It. V. I). No. 1, Oa!t
lalul, Ore., iu)i:
"When 1 was fpiltp young, I ai n
itiflercr from rlivtiiilatlmn for marly two
years. Thu palm eiu In my neck unit
duck ami weru so intense tliat my neck
was drimu hack. My mother mm nfrultl
Ihut I wuiilil I"! a erinplo (or life. I bo
ciimo pale, weak, ami thill.
"I vmm tr-ated by doctors for over a
year uml I tin I muiienim reinedien but
rm'lelli(il:iiellt. Then my mother do
elded to h.u'o me try l)r. WllllamV rink
Pilli. Tim jlrel fewlxixia liclxl mu ami
l m'guri to pun in iichi una Kircngiii. a
tlioniiiL-li trial of thu nlllit cntlnly tun.nl
mo aim I Ium) never liod tho (lightest
return of thu ilNeare."
Th.it tlm ordinary lnedlpil treatment)
of rheumatism are fur from satWactory
lit known by oery onu who ha. ever xiif-
icreil mini tlHMir'a4.v ioocry minerer.
therefore, tho fait that Dr. Williams'
Pink I'ill-i une rheumatism, in hundreds
of iuh litu Mr. 1m'n prou, will lio
wi Iconic news. toine. oi mcwium lire
iriu'ii In our Imokkt, "DwaiH of tlio
Mood, which will bu Mill free k)ii
iKxtal card niiuest.
Dr. Williams' . 1'ink 1'ilN are, ulo'
lilL-lily Ktoininrndc'it for. clilnio-ii or
"... !.. ... . ...1 .1. .!.:!. !
KIIVII rilKII)'-, I'lil-iui .iviiiiii, uiii. nun,
fctoinacli troiiblc, nnd thu aflur-ellii U of
the grip and frxerx.
illiamV I 'ink Pilli aro mid bv all
ilnitniixt'1, or will Ui wnt, Kxtii.iid, on
receipt oi phiv, on iviuh Jier not; fix
Imxei for J Jill, b- tho l)r. Williaini
Mtillriiitt CoinjNUiy, richenii ja ly, N Y,
Alwa in-i-t imi:i gUUn,: thu m'liuitio
nlll-i wlilch in- wild only in puikat-'
iieariiiK the full ti.i li-iuark, "Dr. Wil
limns' 1'ink 1MU fur l'alo lVlilo."
San Francisco Hotels
Geary Street, aboye Union Square
Juil opposite Uottl St Fr.ncli
European Plan $1.60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish,
lngscost $200,000. High class hotel
at moderate rates. Center of theatre
andretalldlstrict. Onearllnes trans,
ferrtngalloverclty. Omnibus meets
all trainband steamers. Send for
booklet )vith map of San Francisco.'
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
address, "Trawets." ABC Code.
REST OF BEER & LIQUOR
& J. MCCARTHY, Proprietor
Hotel and Bethel Street
Take a Two Day
Ten Dollar Trip
to HALEIWA and the SUGAR and
PINEAPPLE PLANTATIONS, over
the Oahu Railway.
Sachs Block, Fort and Beretania Sts.
Flno furnished rooms, Jl per day
1)0 ami upwards jier month. Splen
MRS, 0. A. BLAISDELL. Prop.
First-Class Familv Hotel
Rest Bathing on the Beach
W. C. BER&IN. Prop.
The Bulletin Publishing Co., - "
Ltd., is agent for the best engraving
and lithographing company on
the Paciflo Coast and is prepared
to give estimates on high-grade
printing of every kind.
Also prices and samples of the
Vry Tatwt in VngTflvM f!rdq,
Invitations, in the best of form
I for smart functions'.
"MAN OF THE HOUR"
The best show of the tteason Is on '
the boaids nt the Opera Mouse this
week end In "The Man of the Hour,"
and jmlKlng from thu appreciation
made manifest by the nudlenco inst
night, tills will be the banner week
end so far In the engagement of the
"Tho' Mnn of the Hour," as has
been utated In previous nnnounce
mentB, deals with the InshU life of
what might he considered high nnd
low finance, but to appreciate the Ins
nnd outs of the graft system as laid '
bare by the Mcltae company In thu
well-Btaged drama, one must nttcml
the Opera H6use cither tonight or
The house wag Comfortably filled
last night, and If the merits of u
production count for anything, there
will be a crowded house tonight, to
morrow night and nt thtf matinee
Tho cause of graft Is given an air
ing In "The Mnn of the Hour" In no
exaggerated way, and such a state
of affairs may be found to obtain In
ninny of the big cities of the main-'
laud, but the attempted corruption
of nn honest otllclal falls to material.
Ize-ln his cast.
The characters In "The Man of
tho Hour" nro well sustnlned In
fact, tho best that has been placed
on tho lio.iuls by1 the present ciim-j
pany nnd tho fact that the mem
1 I.......' ....... n..n ..-I (..'
Hum call juiiii nuui utin vAiicuie n.
the other characteristic of the mliiile
stage places them In the front rank
In the professions
Mr. Webb is making good, and the
opinion of a crltlal public Is cer
tainly swinging around from the
first stand It took in his rase judged
by his first appearance.
It Is needlei.3 to refer to nny lend
ing man or leadlnyjlady nqw they
nto nil In that rnfe In the eyes of
the Honolulu public but mention
may be made of I.oulso Melrose, for
she certainly exceeded expectations
In her netlng last night.
Following Is the' cast of charac
ters: ' .k
Alwjn Dennett Qeo. Webb
'Chan. Walnwrlglit Ivan Miller
1 Scott R. (libbs.. Sherman Dalnbrldgq
Rlc'iard Horrlgan... . I.oils Morrison
James Vhelau Chas. Royal
Perry Carter Walnwrlglit
Judge Newman .-. Frank Howe
Henry Thompson James Dillon
William Ingram... Henry Alexander
Richard D, Roberts. . . .James Druse
Henry Williams, . ..Harold Mordant
Arthur Payne Jeflry Kingston
Mills .....f...i.,4.,..ii. Wright
Dallas Valnvrlght. ..Laura Hudson
Cynthia .Garrison. .-. . .Kdith Klllott
Mrs. Dennett I.ouUo Melrosu
KM 0L CADETS
The Kamohnmehn cadet hattnllon
hud Its annual military Inspection on
the schools giouuds Wednesday
morning. Mujor Dunning, 20th In.
fan try, was the Inspecting officer,
and made a very strict review of the
The companies lined up In front
of their quarters at 9 o'clock and
marched to the parade grounds and
formed tho battalion for review.
After the bnttallqnwns formed' It
was ordered by Captain Winters to
pass In review. Company A had tho
best line while passing tho levlew
Ing ofTlcer. The cadets, In gray uni
forms, next formed for parade dilll.
Kach company did good work In this
paindc. It took iihoiit fifteen min
utes. After pirude drill thu battal
ion was formed for Inspection. Major
Dunning made a veiy strict Inspec
tion, noticing eu-ry part of the ca
dets the hair, dress, uniform and
equipments, This Inspection lasted
nearly an hour, as'the major went
along slowly, inspecting etosoly.
When company inspection was
over the cadets' were ordered to quar
tets for change. In uniform. At
10: IS the guard funned lino for
guard mounting, In khnk'l uniforms.
After guard mounting, the guard wai
dismissed to Join their companies.
The battalion was given rest while
inspection of quarters was made by
Major Dunning. Captain Winters and
Cadet Major MtGowan. Kxtended
order was next takeu up mid was a
tuccess. Kach company had Its
skirmishers lined out In 'lino order, j
Captain Winters spent a good deal of
time during tho past tow months on
fthis drill, and the cadets made a
good showing of his work. ' After
I extended order, the Inspector order
led company drill In clone order! Kach1
'company went through tho closa
order dillls, Co, C took the honors
in these drills, under tho good load
cishlp of Captain I'oepoo. At 11:20
tho battaljou was dismissed after n
busy morning of drill. There was a
large and much Interested lot or
pcap'e at the drill.
EKpr"l'or Salo" caidH nt Ilullotln.i
SNOW, sunshine, and
just enough "snap"
in the nir to make
you hurry that is a
combination that brings
the rosc3 to one's cheeks.
There is only one draw- '
back the possibility that
one's hands and face may
be -chapped. But that i3
only n possibility.
Use pure soap- Ivory
Kinsc your hands
and face in cold water
r.nd satisfy yourself that
they are thoroughly dry.
Do this and you need have
no fear of tho. effects of
cold or wind.
99-yo Per Cent. Pure
Get a Good Lens
We can give you your
choice of three leading anas
tigmats which we carry in
They are the right kind for
the best results. We also or
der any make of lens.
Supply Co., Ltd.
FORT, BELOW HOTEL
May's Old Koua
HENRY MAY & CO.
REGAL SHOE CO.
King and Bethel.
lanufactursd from pum dlitllltd w
r. Oellvsrsd 10 any'osrt of oltv
nurUous drlvtr. '
ahu ict 4Ni Eucrwc a ,
UeUverxU to rendeucti
and offices at 2&o ei
hundred is 10-lb. let
W. O. BARNHAttl
1JJ Mirchant t
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
Wine and Liquor Dealers
THOS. F. MOTIGHE & CO.
101 and 105 .King Street'
P. 0. Box 755
Phone Main 140
All the Go
. "BfcLL" OINOER ALE
RYCROFT'S FOUNTAIN SODA'
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS
185" editorial rooms 2r0l'"r.
ness office. These are the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin office.
i;ei )uiih ui know that tlm Wnl
piinii exchange, at Wnlpahu
He i von tl.u best of liquor lufii'sh
mulitu ut Honolulu prltes. Win;,
nioiorltig iti Ilui!ia, vary tl.
monotony by calling on. us; It.
only u tuii-mlnule urn from tnt
tnntn road. 4."&9-lm
Stenogruphcr l'ermanent position
lleglnner wl.h thorough knowl
edge of shorthand and typewrit
ing might be accepted. Address,
stating qualifications and salurj
expected, "803," llulletlli ollke.
Young man wanted fur wholi-siilt
hoiuu In town. State expvriuii e
r.nj siilnry uxiected. Itepl, giv
ing lefv.uiues, .N41 123, llulletlli
Students to enroll by Saturday for
summer term In bookkeeping anil
typewriting ut Y. M. C. A. Night
School. Classes begin May 2.
everybody to use tho large nickel
pad for school and figuring use.
Two hundred sheets of good paper
for llvci-cents, nt this offlce. If
Clean wiping r.ign al the llulletlli
Japanese Cooking School. I'amtlleu or
hotels supplltd with cooks. C, ,M
Matzle, 1 157 Atild I .a lie. Tel. 1&M.
I'linnc.O and ask for Car No. 482
r'le.l Nines' new 1010 7-usscngor
Kliw.l l.ir. Alwuys ready.
Kor bile, even mm tell I'ackaid,
phone I!!), Young Hotel Bland;
Chas. Ileyiiofds. 4B40-tt
MRS. HODGSON, Expert Teacher of
1-1.1110. 1 weiii)-uvo jears experi
ence, liapld progress; thorough
tialnlng: porfect touch, time, flu
gerlng and cxprctulon. 23C King
strt-et cottage In rear, opposite
Hawaiian Klcctrlc. Interviews
to C, Saturdays excepted.
SYDNEY F. H0BEN (Koniglichcs
Conservntorlum der Muslk, I.elp
xlg) I'lano (Technique .atlVorr
trag), Singing and Voire Produc
tion. 1G9 lleretanla. l'hdlie 3?.
" ' 46S4-lm
W. Karl Vincent
I'rof. of Music Lesson In Singing
Pianoforte, Pipe Organ, etc. Stu
dio, Kaplolanl Iltdg.; room 17.
lies., 1C34 Nuuuuu Ave." phono'
Dr. F. SCHURMANN
Corner Union acd Beretania Sts.
Home Consulting. 2-3 p. m.. Sat
irdajs excepted. Operating. 8-13
a. m., 9-6 p. m.
S. E. LUCAS,
Masonio Building, corner Hotel and
The. best lenses in town to fit
every eye. I
A. B, ROW AT. P. V. S. I
HOURS Club Stables: 10 a. m.
to 12 m.; 3 to 5 p. ra. Residence:
8 to 10 a. m.: l'to 3 p. m.
PHONES Club Stables. 100: Res
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Salts for f 25.
Will do it
Come and learn particulars at
T0WNSEND UNDERTAKING CO.
Beretania St.. Onn. Sachs'
M. E. Silva,
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
Prompt and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE. OPPOSITE
Phone 179 Night Call 1014
the Bulletin office,
cards on sale at
ii-iouiii "linuinil nouvi, ium erns. ,
In utery i esprit, $,0 pm iiMiiitU.S,
lli-iL'liinm Ainu, nuai
"K. K.", Ihlit iiIIIlu.
.each cotlugtf at iJluintiim 11 cm.
Audie N.' , llnliutiu mtli 11.
rWU lui'DtAlicU IUuC. r,-. M,)0J
u. Mn;otiLn, 1...J r.iHMi Ut.
K0UMS AND BOARD.
icui furnui.iHi fiiu.ii dun cuUJH-,rt. fd
will! or wiiuuui noaiu, iuji 1 a
Nuuanu Avu , nrur btboul Hjtqj 1
1'liu liamo uuelop4 u iliuvhuTliig
Inveiilluli. No add 1 nuai tig neieb
sary In seudfng out bills or re
ceipts, liiilluilii l'litillctilng Co.,
sole agenta fur pntcnti-e. tlltS
Neatly fiiiiiishcd rooms and l'0',r,liSiJ
ir.r.n 1., ...... uip....i ...it.. i,..Ci M
.u.rv ..ii.t... Dint,) ui'1'u..in i.uitf, ft, J,
U..1 1 - .....I r... " .3'
(Inso.inu laiin.:li, tuu.iiutrlggur iv-
. '-?. . 1
Diamonds nnd Jewelry (bnuglit, sul'l
Upd excluuiged. J, IJj;(o, 01 1 S,
liltbr:lslaiul nnd Oiliu ItsllioacT shliVt
ping uookk, av iiuiieim nince.
Nt'wiutomatlc Singer for Bale; cheap
"A. II.", llulletlli olllce. 4C92-tf
noes nnu iitn neis lor s:uu cneiip, ': y
AddresH P. Johlicnii, llonmilliill.,, . 1
4607-tf ' V i
Men's rlotbliig on credit. $1 11 wcek:C.'
wiill given at once, t.uvy Oullit'jy;
ting Co., Sachs Iildg., Port St
City Clothes Cleaning Co.. No. 4 M:i
Bnnle Tuniple, Al.ikea St. Clothes
culled for nnd delivered.
Tananrse Eraoloymrnt Asociattoni,
Maunakca near Atsl Theater. Call
up phone C97 If you want a cook,
-Kood boy or servants.
fee iiuf K.ce--f'Iumbcr and Ttrumittt, 3
Hnitth St.. bet !'tl nnd PsuHht 4
" In Our Cream
Special care to keen
it cold and protect it
from contamination as
sure ample keeping
THE POND DAIRY.
ASK YOUR GROCER f0R
The World's Et
1129 Fort St,
FINE ROLLS AND BUNS. v
BOSTON BAKED BEANS.
ncTfM titjaiittlt Tint nr i
udiun uij w ii aiun u, y r
BEST HOME-MADE BREAD IN .
Tllnw tin 1B7
For the Victor Talking
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.. LTD!
AND OTHER PIANOS
Tlinyer Piano Co.
150 Hotel St. Phone 218.
TUNING GUARANTEED '
uuui isi.iud ium ult .v t Klilipiu,;
boohs for wnlo at ho llullotli
1 ninco, SOc each.