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BVBN1N0 nOLLBfm, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY VUY 45, .1910
For Good Furniture
GEO. A. MARTIN,
. gASHJOHABLE1 TAILOR.
Soilness BniU for 2I
Fort Strett, Opposite Catholic Church
PARISIAN ART CO.
EUROPEAN AND FANCY GOODS
Armenian',1 Malterp., Torchon and
Clnny lace, by thy yard, at reason,
FORT'SIREETI HARRISON; BLDO,
NEW PATTERNS IN STAMPING,
UNDERWEAR and GLOVES.
Miss Kate Woodard
, ,1141 Fort'Street.
ERENCH and EYELET
Mrs. J. Rosenberg,
Alexander! Yonni? Building
Dressmaker from Paris. Stylish
Dresses, tailor-made specialties. Rea
sonable prices. Harrison Block,
Beretania and Fort streets.
BEAUTIFUL SUMMER MILLINERY
At ' '
MISS POWER'S MILLINERY
LEADING HAT CLEANERS.
All Kinds of Hats Cleaned and
j No Acids Used. Work Guaranteed.'
jbiUi TUKKO, Bpecialist,-
1154 Fort Street. Opp. Current.
Honolulu. T. H.
WAH CHONG. CO.
DRY GOODS AND TAILORINO
', Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
WAVERLEYBLK. - HOTEL ST.
FANCY DRY GOODS
Vfah Ying ChontCo.,
. .King.St.. Ewa Fith Market
WTO CHONG CO!
KINGiST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers vin, Furniture,. Mattresses,
etc, etc. All kinds of XOA and .MIS
SION FURNITURE .made to order.
. FRAMED PICTURES
lyr .for GUtsat
Wing Ori Chbngte,
Bethel St., Between King and Hotel
IMPORTERS OF ORIENTAL
WING WO TAI & CO.
041 Nunanu Street Phone 200
And Cloth of Al Quality Can be
SAlNO tf -AN,
V. 0, Box Sort Telephone 031
'79, Hotel Street
Oriental Meals and Choo Suey no
stairs. Occidental Meals downstairs,
CIGARS AND TOBACCO
Open Day and Night
Meat Market and Importers.
"For salo" cards at Bulletlu.,
! I ' 1 1il$l?'lHVC 8amP.'M ' 'onn"
'j'MlslFloor Wa'x, tyood Fin-
1 i Ishcs, and other preparation!
for, the treatment of floors
No use lending lEtE' for
samples when yoa cannot the
same things right here al
,r- - '
LEWERS &rC00KE, LTD,
177 Sol King Street
is such & piece of fine and
, delicate machinery .that,, in!
order to keep the correct
time it must he overhauled
by a competent watchmaker.
Opr Watch-Rtpair Depart
ment is hr the -hands of such
Mil t " '
& Co.,. .
PHONE'812. 113 HOTEli ST.
$ per Dour
FOR CALLING. , .
Hack Calls at Hack Ratei
C. H. BEHN Phone 5
Your, maobine will 1m- ready fet
ton when we say it will be. We
don't experiment on autos; we repaii
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUTLDIIi.
''The Best-Built Car in America"
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD,
LIGHT AND HEAVY WAGONS
Built and Repaired
W.W; WRIGHT-CO., Ltd;
J. W. KERSHNER
Auto Tire Repairing
1177 AJakea St. Phone 431
your store or residence for
(lights o: telephones. '
Union Eleotrio Co.,
Beretania St. Harrison Bldg.
Fresh Milch, Cows
Will do it
Pau Ka Hana
-BULLETIN AD3 PAY-
i fl R 5t
. NICOLA? THE MAGICIAN. '
If you ver get In debt or Inn
tight plnch'nnrt can not get out, you
will do well to fait Intb tho eooil
grnco of Nicola, the magician, bo
ydu can call otlihlin for assistance.
Thin young" "man ts known as tho
klng ol handcuffs nud has tho abil
ity of getting out of all torts of
tight places. The best efforts of the
police to find some kind of a contri
vance or lock that will hold him n
prisoner havo. failed, and they admit
that they aro completely baffled and
can offer no plausible solution of
how ho effects his deliveries from
the handcuffs' and Jails which to nn
ordinary man are' Invincible. Dot
ens of times he has been locked In
some of tho strongest American Jail
cells, but 'tins. walked out Just as n
chicken would walk out of a queens
ware crate. The appearance of Nl.
Cola and his company at tho Honlno
next Monday evening will be the
first opportunity the people In this
vicinity Have bad of seeing this re
markable artist, and It tho people
evince as much Interest In his per
formance as they do In the larger
cities, crowded houses will Erect him
"LAW OF THE MOUNTAINS."
A bit picked up from .the wild and
woolly, Vest has found Its way Into
the Park Theater and will be shown
tonight for the first; time. It Is
rn'.her unusual for the Park to run
Western life scenes during the early
part' ,of thoi week, and thpsa who
hnvo not been accustomed to seeing
this class, of ' excellent studies may
do so now. Mr.. Wallncr: who ban
given so much pleasure to the pa
trons of the Park,, will sing, and
whistle himself Into still greater
tintintnrltv diirtnir the ovenlnir. The
nudlences'.at this theater have crowd
ed the place every night this week,
and on Monday .nlght many who
catne late were .turned away.
MUSICAL TREAT FROM
The plans aro now all completed for
tho "American. Compospra' concert, to
be given bytho'muslc clrclo of the Kl
lohann Art Leaguo' at tho Hoyal Ha
waiian Hotel on Thursday evening at
half after 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Carrie Jacobs-nonir, tho talent
ed composer and slngor from Chicago,
who I" visiting here, will render some
of her own composition. The com;
, PART I.
Sulto for Piano Hugh Kelso
a Gavotte, fc
c Dounclng Bet.
Mrs. V. D. WOBtcrvolt.
1. "There Sits a Dlrd on "Every
Tree" Arthur Footo
2. "When Soul Is Joined to Soul".
Mrs. H. II. A. Dcach
Mrs. Druco'McV.' Mackall.
a nbqulescat Arthur Kurwell
b "Dlow, Dlow, Thou Winter
Wind" i... Gerard narlon
n Constancy Arthur Kooto
b "Peaco" ...Mary Dillingham Frear
(Cello ,oblgato by Dr, Cllamus.)
Mm. 8tcphen Norton llobo.
hIn Dear, Hawaii.'
b Tlio Shepherdess,
c Vjay "Make-Bellovo."
Composed and sung bylr. Carrlo
a Tho' Eden Rpse" .... Arthur Footo
b Spring i.. Margaret Iluthvcn. iJini;
Mrs. C; B- Weight.
a I'm Wearln Awa',.,., Arthur Footo
b Tho Years at the! Spring k
.;.. Mrs. II. II. A. Beach
a do Lovoly Rose ....Arthur Footo
b Dear Little Balrnle '. ..
Edgar A. P. NowcQmh
c Danta, d 'Thou Art So Llko n
Flower" . . Qcorgo W.'ChadwIck
Mra, Alezadder Lindsay, Jr.
After . Mrs. H. II. A. Beach
Mrs. Stephen Norton Bobo.
a Dear Love, When. In Thine
Arms .... Gocrgo W. Chadwlck
n Day Is Gone ....
..,'..... Margaret Iluthvcn Lang
Edward C. Vauchan.
Longing (a song of Hawaii Net)
j4 Gvorge I'. Davlos
(Words by E. At P. Newcomh,)
Mrs. Bruce McV. Mackall.
Piano solo Gavotte ...........
.,.).,,.,.. Clara Kathleen llogcra
Mrs, W. D. Westeryclt.
The accompanists will .bet Mrs. W.
Dj Wc'stervelt, Mrs. Ollvo Davles, Mlsa
Margartt E. Clatkv Mra. Henry Dick
ellrt.tjls; Agues .Wlckstrum.
are a pending-la- the vaqt army of
people who live. In rural dlstrlctV,
and such standard medicines as
Ludla E. Plnkham'a Vegetable Com
pound, which has stood the' test ot
time, growing In popularity and fa.
vor every year, will continue to bo
the safeguard ot American women
for all diseases. pe'cullur to their sex.
Judgo Snnford B. nolo of the Su
premo Court will not go to the coast
on vacation In thei nonr future, it
watf joxpwtpd ithaU.Jiplgp Dolo was i
'lenVij shortly for rost In the States but
thlx 'morning ho stated that it would
ho Impossible, for' him'' to go for soma
time If at nil tlila year.
" iSsBsBsBHBiliaMsBS'iiislssBaMr T n
T53t2 StitriH ' EUotrie A
v ,V: i '' j
( r Lqok for this Bla-natureYLjjl
The only gotrsnteed,
mice, waterings, etc.
FORT SHATTER NfiWS
FOLD: AND BARRACKS.
The. men of this battalion We been
on the target rnngo shooting for Ihu
last month and thero ha. ln ,,e
few good scores maije. inp weauier
has bqen very nice alt tho; time, but
;there was a ,few days of It that has
rained. Company E hns eleven marks
men, Company F has fourteen mnrks
men Company O has nine marksmen,
and Company II has twelve marks
men; but all thp men, have, not shot
yet ns there has; been a fow from each
of the companies that have Just ar
rived from the Stntcs, Tho sharp
shooters have, Just started on their
preliminary courso and somo of the
men nrc making very nice scores to
Electric Lights In Post.
Tho electricians have been working
for some lime In tho post putting In
lights. They havo tho headquarters
and a few of tho offlcers1' quarters
lighted up,, and they expect, to get to
the enlisted men's quartern by next
week. The electric, llghtRthave, made
a great Improvement to the 'post, es.
Jx-clally the quarters', as they have
been using oil ever since this post hns
been Indlt. j
Tho men of this post have made
Homo very nice scores bulling, ns
Musician LcwU of a Company made
279 and Prlvnto Frollch of O Company
mndo 263, 'and'a.'fewi"0thi5nr-of this
battnllon havo made creditable scores.
Handball is getting to bo. a 'great
gamo hero In the post, as'thore. nre
quite a number of men who' take, great
Interest In the. game, so lt.kcepn the
gymnasium filled with men all tho,
Extra and Sptclal Duty,
Private Uerger of "Company 0 hns
been detailed 'on. extra du'; as) jioat
baker. Private Gordon of Company
II has been detailed on special 'duty
on tho target' range and Prlv.ato Grant
of the samo company has been detail
ed on speclnl duty ns post electrician.
Return From Culinary 8chool In 8.- F,
Private Knwrlght of Company II.
Privates Thatcher and Pearc'e of Com
pany O, and Private Stepy of Company
K, have Just returned from it four
months' courso nt' the cooks' nnd bak-
school, San Francisco, Cat.
From Sihool of Musketry, Monterey,
Sergeant Miles of Company G, Cor
poral Reed of Company E, Corporal
Thomas of Company II, and Private
Drews of Company F have Just return
ed from n four months' courso at the
school of musketry, Monterey, Cul.
Tho National Ononis hnvo boon
using thp garget ,rnnge,of thin, post on
I't ,, .1. .','
- 1 i L 4 Al
SUITS THE PEOPLE
Monty Backlfit Ftilt
St si.Imx 3Sc lS.k
Sl.OO. Sold tr tialtrl
COMPANY, CH1CACO, U.
Sundays for the past month and there
nrc some of the men who aro doing
very good shooting.
There was n ilanco last Thursday
night at this imst, given by Jho officer
fand Indies. of Fort Shatter, and officers
and ladles from local posts, gathered
for the hop. Tho dance lasted until
1:30 n. ni. and thero wero about two
""U? NcVm.n of Company 0 h
been relieved from Post Tailor ,as a
result of sickness. Private Newman
will bo sent to the Army nnd wavy
General Hospital, Hot Springs, Ark.,
ns tin has been sick for tho past four
months, and he leaves on (he next
transport which salli for tho Stales.
MOONLIGHT BAND CONCERT.
Thu llawnlian band will give a
public moonlight concert this even
ing nt Aala Park, commencing nt
half-past seven. The program will
March Dan Cupid. Hartley
Overture Paragraph III 8uppo
Intermesxo Cupid's Gnrden ....
Selection Bohemian Girl . . . . . Italfe
Vocal Three Duets., Ar. by Uerger
Selection Runaway Girl. .Moncktnn
Waltz Pnlillta Do Ingpre
Finale Dreams Thurban
The Star Spnngled Banner.
LAUMAUNA At Wnlnlua, Molokal,
May 2t, 1910, to the wife of A
K. I-auniatina, a daughter.
JjtTor -fUnt"erds on sat at
lh Bulletin office.
Election of Officers.
At the adjourned nnnual meeting
of the shareholders ot tho Olownlu
Company, held at the office of C.
Brewer & Company, Limited, on the
20th day of May, A. D. 1910, the fol
lowing Directors and Auditor were
elected' to serve for the ensuing
Wm. G. Irwin, Richard Ivors, 11,
M. Whitney, E. I. Spalding nnd
II. F. Blshoi .-.Directors
D. G. Mny - Auditor
At u subsequent meeting of the
Board of Directors, tho following of.
fleers wero appointed to serve for the
Wm. O. Irwin President
lllchnrrt" Ivors Vice-President
II. M. Whitney Treasurer
E. I. Spalding Secretary
E. I. SPALDING,
Secretary, Olowalu Company.
. . i
"T' PiU is
While motoring or driving toward
Ewa on Wolalua, you to call at
the Wnlpaliu Exchango and par
take of their liquid refreshments
to clear your throat from dust.
We alto handle, the best In the to-
Ambitious men ana women to pre
pare for better positions and larg
er salaries. Apply for, list of
positions to Hawaiian Agency of
the International Correspondence
School, at 1139 Fort street.
quick and Accurate.
G. II. A.'
, this office.
Gcntlemnn to Join two others In es.
tabllshed bachelors' quarters; rea
sonable cost of living. Apply
"123," Bulletin office.
Everybody to use the large nickel
pad 'for school and figuring use)
Two -hundred sheets of good paper
for five cents, at this office. tf
Boy at Expert Hat Cleaners, Fort
street, opp. Club Stables.
rags at the Bulletin
An expert stenographer desires a sit
nation In a reliable house. Hold'
er of excellent references. In ad
dltlon, hns good knowledge of gen
eral office work.. Apply "J. D.'V
care Bulletin office. 4626-Ct
Japanese Cooking School. Families or
hotels supplied with cooks. C, M.
Matzle. 14S7 Auid Una. Tel. 1564.
Between Country Club and Fort
Shatter, bunch of keys on silver
ring. Reward It. returned to th
Bulletin office. 4C2C-1W
Silver watch, with leather fob.
at Lowers & Cooke stables.
City Clothes Cleaning Co., No. 4'Ma-
sonic Temple, Alakea SU Clothes
called for and delivered.
For hire, seven-seated Packard:
phone 199, Young Hotel ..Stand;
Chaa., Reynolds, 4640-tf
Piano taught in six months; $3 a
month (8 lessons). Special atten
tion to adult beginners. "Music,"
this office, 4622-181
Mrs. Hodgson, Experienced Teacher
Piano nnd 'Singing. Best methods;
rapid progress. Thorough train'
Ing. All ages. Studio, 136 King
street,- opp. Hawaiian Electric-
W. Karl Vincent
Prof., or Music Lessons in Singing,
Pianoforte, Pipe .Organ, etc. Resi
dence and Btudlo, 1G60 Emma St,
Dr. F. SCHUMANN
Corner Union td Beretnl Its. .
House Coniultinr. 1-3 V. . i4-
ardays excepted,, Operating 8-11
ft. OS.. S-D p. s&.
A. B. BOWAT, P.; V. S.
HOURS Club Stablest 10 a. a.
to 12 m.; 3 to 8. pt,m, Residence:
8 to 10 a. m.; 1 to 3 p. m.
PHONES Club Stables, 109; Res
-TTT ,fR;l ' '
Chili R.,Fasricr ,
v than 371.- 128 (Kin. St
M. E. Silva.
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
Prompt and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE; OPPOSITE
Phone 170 Night Call 104
Come and learn particulars at
T0WNSEND, UNDERTAKINa- CO,
Beretania St., Opp. sachs'.t,
UI:CeTin Ab8 PAY-
Furnished cottage and housekeeping
rooms, Cottage Grove. Phono,
Clean furnished rooms; $1.60 week,
00c. night. 1281 Fort street.
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mra.
D'. McConnsll, 122S Emma 8L
BOOMS AND BOARD.
Comfortnblo home (with full board)
for one or two gentlemen. I'lcaa
nnt location; terms very moder
ate. Apply "M, A. a.", care Bul
Cool furnished rooms and cottagt,
with or without board. 1634
Nuuanu Ave., near School St.
Prices moderate. 4460-tf
Flrst-clasa apartment, with board.
The Macdonald, 1102 Punahou.
Special rates for tablo board.
Phone 1113. 462S-61
Neatly furnished rooms and board,
15S0 Emma street, opposite Royal
School. Mrs. Annie Gabo, prop.
Nlcely-furnlshed rooms, for couples,
with board, In private family. Ap
ply 136C King street. 4624-Ct
Boarding, by day, week or month..
Mrs. Oanzet. 118 Vineyard.
The Transo. envelope a time-savins
Invention. No addressing; neces
sary In sending out bills or re
ceipts. 'Bulletin Publishing Co.,
sole agents for patentee.. tt
Gasoline launch, two outrigger ca
noes and fish nets for sale cheap.
Address' F. Johnson, Honoullull.
Diamonds and Jewelry bought, sotl
and exchanged. J. Carlo, Fort St.
Inter-Island and Oahu Railroad ship
ping boqks, at Bulletin .office, tf
Men's clothing on credit. SI a week;
suit given at once. LYy Outfit
ting, Co,.- Sachs Bldg., Fott. St
IgMKtt?. Employment AstocfctioB.
Maunanea near Asi Tneater. uau
up phone 697 It you want a cook,
good boy or servants.
res Mag JCes-Plasaber aast Tiunitlsj
8mlta BL. bet. HoUl .and. Pauahl.
In Our Cream
Special care to keep,
it cold and proteot it
from contamination as
sure ample keeping,
. . TaL MO.
1120 Fort, Si.
TlNE.KOI.M AMD BUHfl,
BOSTON BAKED BEANS.
BOSTON BROWN BREAD.
BESI HOME-MADE, BREAD IN
Bine up 197-,
The World's Best
For the Victor Talking
BERQSTROK MUSIC CoJ LTD.
AND) OTHER PIANOS
Tlinyor Piano Co.
160 .Hotel St. PhqaelB,
"For Bale" cards at bulletin.,
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