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EVENING BULLETIN, HOS'OUTUJ, T'. ftV FRIDAY, Jl'NE D, 1910.
For Good Furniture
Chas. R., Frazier
ttone 371. 122 Kinr It.
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Bnilneis Sniti' for $25.
Fort Street, Opposite Catholic Church
PARISIAN, ART, CO.
EUROPEAN AND' FANCY GOODS
Armenian, Maltese, Torchon and
Cluny lace', by the yard, at reason
FORT STREET. HARRISON BIDO.
Miss Kate Woodard
1141 Fort Street
PICTURE HATS and
Boston Building Fort Street
LEADING HAT CLEANERS.
All Kinds of Hats Cleaned and
No Acids Used. Work Guaranteed
FELIX TURRO, Specialist,
1154 Fort Street. Opp. Convent
Honolnln. T. H.
Dry Goods Co.
' DRY GOODS
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
WAVERLEY BLK. - HOTEL ST.
Wan Ying Chong Co.,
King St., Ewa Fish Market
WING CHONG CQ
KING ST- NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture. Mattresses,
etc., eto. All kinds of KOA and. MIS
SION FURNITURE made to, order.
for Gifts at
Wing On Chong's,
Bethel St., Between King and Hotel
I , IMPORTERS OF ORIENTAL
W1NQ WO TAI a; CO,
fl41 Nuuanu Street Phone 260
And Cloth of Al Quality Can be
P. 0. ,Box 861. Telephone 031
70 Hotel Street
Oriental Meals and Chon Suey tin
tairs. Occidental Meals d6wnstairs,
CIGARS AND TOBACCO
Open Day and Night
Meat- Market and Importers.1
C. Q. Yec Hop & Co.
"Kor Salo" cavda at JJulletiu...
M. A.. Gunst & Co.
of .Beauty, and LonR Life, is
the art of growing old grace,
fully. . Beauty that is only
"skin deep" is not the lasting
kindj That is why .
PURR PREPARED TAINt"
looks a fresh and new ns ever
when other cheaper and less
purj paints pro old and faded
Evcrytlilng that goes into
this paint is tested for. qual
ity and purity; the result is
the FINEST PAINT MADE.
LEWERS, & COOKE,
177 S Kins- St. Phone 775
To better introduce 1835 R. WAL
LACE. TABLE, WARE, that resists
wear, in Honolulu, beginning Wed
nesday, June 1 .we will .make a
30 per cent.
On all our present stock, comprising
five exquisite patterns. Every piece
113 HOTEL STREET Phone 512
IN CITY LIMITS
$3 PSR HOUR
Your machine will fee ready for
rou when we say it, will be. Wt
lon't experiment on antot; we rapalj
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDUP.
"The Best-Built Car in America"
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD,
J. W. KERSHNES
Auto Tjre Repairing
1177 Alakea St. Phone 434.
Your Electric Light bill is govern
ed by the lamp you burn. Try a
TUNGSTEN We Sell the. Hest
Union Elcotrio Co.,
Chickens and Geese
Telephone 100 '
Will do it
Pail Ka liana
At Your Grocers
BULLETIN AD PAY
THE DREXE.L MILLIONS WILL RESTORE RUINS
NEW VOriK, May, 23. Member. nf
thn Drcxcl-Moldsliino wedding party
willed for London May 24, Tho ninr
rlogo of tho tilled Englishman to nno
tit tho richest heiresses Jn iho United
States will not ho on the elaborate,
scale as first planned, owing to tho
death of King Edward, hut tho lirldo
will wear n gown that cost $10,000.
Tho Drcxel inllllnns will ho used part
ly in restoring the nuns or Klrtiy Hall, . The .wedding will ho In St. Map
tho ancestral neat of Viscount MalcWgarefs Church, Westminster, and tho
stono. Miss Drcxel will he, married to. Iilshop of London will officiate. Tho
Viscount Mnldstuno In l.oiidoii on Juno) bridesmaids will bo Miss Mildred Car-
WELL IN HAND
Atlantie City Exhibition
Is In Full
At Iho nicolliiL' of thn Promotion
Committee held yesturdny, llttlo other
tlu,i routine work was done. Act
Jiik Secretary .Cooper, Huhnilttod his ie
IHirt which In part Ih as follows:
Chairman and Mcnibc.rx of tho Hawaii
Gentlemen: We have, learned Indi
rectly, through the Hawaiian 1'lnenpplo
Company that our Atlantic City Exhi
bit opened on Saturday, Mny 21st, Mr.
Wood had prpiplscd, to cablo us on tho
day of opening but he has failed to do
bo, probably, having forcotten It In tho
rush of work. I haw been busy oil
weok .KcttliiK, toRctlier a largo conslfin
ment of tnpas, funs and a miscellane
ous ussortineut nf Hiiwallau curios,
and I learn from Mr. Dole, of tho Ha
waiian lflneapiilo Company that Mn
Woqd has lately placo u lariso .order,
for plneapplo prodnctH with tlielr :;s
torn AKcncy. Tho letter fo tho pine
apple coiiii;iii.v unuounclni; the opening
oi tho, liiwull (,'xK)s)lon lg ns follows;
"limit Urqtlicrs Company,
San Tranclsco, Cnl., May 2.1rd, 1910,
Atlantic City openliiK day Saturday
proved surp popularity, of julco. Near
ly four hundred' drinks served, Num
horH r.amo back, novernl times. Some
afterwards bought bottles. Soma buy,
two drinks at oneo, I)a' cold gloomy
Cow but good class people present nipl
grontly interested, rineappiq eating
Htnrtlng Blovjly ht,.Jiep pppiihilm-
mediately." , ,- (
Wo shall' havo our now quarters on
tho Alakcn Street Wharf, opon (n time
for tho '"Nippon Mnruv duo from the
Orient tomorrnw ,or Saturday.,
Letters by the last piall .from Mrs.
Hendleo Imllcato that sho Is getting
focatcd In her new headquarters In
Scattlo and that tho outlook for our
work n tho "Northwest Is exceedingly
bright. She says:
"1 find tho peoplo here eager to hoar
of the Islands and tho stercoptlcon lee
turcs ara far moro rare hero than In
Sho expresses herself as well satis
fied with tho desk room that has been
allotted to her In tho offices of Iho
Pccksludah Company In Seattle. In
regard to which sho, says:
"The space they navo given us Is
10x10 feet enclosed, oxcopt In front
with a fine, railing, and they havo a
CRUMBLING ENGLISH MANSION
I Hf I Mi I
nlco settee, desk and chairs, Therol.
ored views f the llslies uud of Hono
lulu hotels are already hung, hi), with
tho California pictures on the walls,
It seems like 'homo. , ,
I havo no doubt that the .winter Inisl-
.nesg from hero wll bo noticeably, In
creased, for thcro Is Intcrost ,ln tho
subject already noted. Mr. Wood both
here and lu his letters gavo Instruc
tions which I am carefully noting con
cerning tho work here. As soon as I
havo compassed the situation hero i
little more thoroughly, will submit
whnt norms best In regard to the ex
hibit hero to tho consideration of tho
Committee. It hns occurred to mo
that since peoplo do not come In great
numbers to any ono location ns wc
found they do In tho South that It
may lw hettcrto scatter tho exhibit ra
ther .than put It all nt ono place,"
During the past month wo sent. out
10,000 post canls to High School tea
chers in a large number of tho more
Impoitnnt Stntes west of Iho Missis
sippi, calling attention to Hawaii as a
place for spending a vacation, , ,
Kor several weeks wo .havo boen
sending n circular letter, together With
onn of our folders to prominent mem
bers of automobile and golf and couu
try .clubs throughout the United States.
. WII.U J. COOI'Kit.
0TORT SHAFTER NEWS
i FIELD AND BARRACKS.
Tho men of this post were mus
tered and Inspected Tuesday morn
lug, At 0 o'clock tho companies
wero mnrrlied across the parade,
ground In tlielr usual formal nn,
The commanding olllccr ordefcij Co.
E to escort Iho colors to tho troops.
The, company broku Into plaloons
nnd marched, jp, headquarters, wnore
Iho colof-guard secured the jlag a ml, J
mnrciiing between t lie platoons, pass
ing' rovlv of the troops nit t)io field,
After thocolors wore passed the
rnnipnuy fell. Into lis usual forma
tion imrt Jh?iblfttjiJlo,nf8$se(t review
In quick tlnio. ' They1 Avert', thon
given double lime. After tho double
time was executed, Uiq battalion
was, mustered und IusHcted; then
Iho men wero marched back to tlielr
hurrackji and dUmisscd, Tho quarr
ters were Inspected about 10 o'clock,
and then tho guaid, prisoners, hos.
pltijl corps ni:d tcc were mustered.
Companies oa Rancc.
Companies a and II were on the
rango Tuesday afternoon shooting nt
the bobbing targets. There wore
very few hits made, or thn (argots
uro of ollyo drab color, which makes
It hard to fee them.
ter, Mtia Edith Wayne of Philadelphia,
.miss Ncny fost, i.mly llarrymoro's
daughter, who will booh lioconio n
hrldo herBOir, nnd the hrldegroom's
slsor, iJiily Olndys Flncli-llnttnn;
Lady I.elty Mnnncrs. Miss Ithodu Ast
Ivy, daughter of the dowager Uidyl
Hastings'; Miss Margaret Co in lie, I
uaugmcr or ijiny uonstauco Combe,
ami MIsh Sibyl I'ellowes, daughter of
Lord nnd Iidy ltamscy. Thcro will
ho two small bridesmaids also, Lord
laldstono's cousins,, thu young daugh.
ters of Lady Muriel, Paget.
The Tort Shaffer baseball team Is
practising every nfternoon nt the
1'ort Shatter baseball diamond, Sat
urday, Port linger will meet Fort
Shatter at the league grounds at
1:30 p, m.
ft has been recommended by the
major doctor Hint the barrack's of
the enlisted men should bo painted
light green Instead of white, because
It has been claimed that the green
color Is easier on tho eye than is
white. The work Is about to begin
nnd It Is expected to bo finished by
tho, first of July.
Musician (H-orgc Smith of Co. V
hns been appointed corporal. file
is the second musician of that com
pany that ias been appointed cor-
)oral within thn last six months,
Musician Smith is well liked, so tho
boys were glad to hear of his ad
vancement. Ho Is serving ,m his
second enlistment now, and has been
n' musician In Co, F for the last nine
Tho following named .enlisted
men, rick In tho post hospital, will
sail for San Francisco, Cal on the
trunsport 8herldun, and upon arriv
al they will ho sent to tho Army
Ucneral Clispltal, Presidio of San
Francisco; Private Frank Merwnr,
Co, O, 20lh lutunlryi Private Fred
erick I III Uaymond, Troop D, 0th
Cavalry; Sergeant Frank K, Smith,
Co. K, Signal Corps; rrivaies aiiic
Hughs nnd Joseph banuorn, noin oi
math Company, Coast Artillery
Corps; ami Private Alexander Unc
inlt, Co. (I. IJnglnecrs.
Private William Dash of Co. h,
23rd infantry, will nlso proceed. to
the Stales on the next transport,
and .upon arrived ho will proceed to
Texas and Join his regiment there,
UNITKD STATES Quarlormastfj,
Porter opened hlila for repairs and.
other work In the detk deparitueui.
englpa rooro,,und refrlgcratora or tno
army trniirtur uix on May ay, una'
iiii- that J. II. Mitchell oL tho King
htreot dCk. wus tho lowest bidder
for tho work; o'f,tl!e deck, department
and It ho lleffcrnan company tho low
est Tor both tho engine room nnd
rcfrleerator work. Tho hid of tho
llerfenmn company for tho onllro
work was tho lowest received, C
37f), Wright A, Smith, whoso bid of
JH.TjOO for eight now winches on
tho l)lx recently was accepted by
the United States army department,
iared work on tho vessel op May
20. It Is expected that thu new
winches will be Installed liy tho first
lfifc editorial rooms 250 busi
ness office. These are the telephone
numbers of the D u 1 1 e 1 1 n office.
I W A N'TS'
Vtille. iciotorlne. or driving Inwards
Kwa or W'alalua, you to call at
IIki Walpahu .'xchaoga and par
take or l heir llajild rerreshtnents
to clear jour throat, from lut. I
We also handle Urn best III Mie In
linrro line. 4fil9-tf
AmMtlnua men mid women to pre-
lari for hotter positions mid larg
er salaries. Apply tor lint nl
liosllloua to Hawaiian Agency of
the International Correspondent
Bcliool, nt lir.u Port street.
Everybody to uso Hie largo nlckol
pad for school and figuring unc.
Two hundred aheuta nf good paper
for tlvo cents, nt tills oinco. tf
Gentleman to Join two other In es
tahlltdied barholors' quartern; rea
sonable cost nt living. Apply
"123," IJullutln nmcc.
A good .second-hand phaclnn..
drew "C," llitilutln nlllce.
Clean wiping rags at tlia liullotln,
Japarieo Cooking Bchool, Families or,
hotels supplied with cooks. C. M,
Mntxte. H57 Auld I.ano. Tel. 15C4
I.ndy'n hack romh, brtween 1'alamu
and town. Upturn to Woman'
Exchange and receive reward.
nrnorli, nt Pawan Junction, Call nt
"U Merchant at recti hot wren 1
nnd 1, and prove property nnd pay
for nil. 4f:ir,-lt
Tom Carpcnter--Plnsterlng, ccmont.
worl: of all kinds; sidewalks n
specialty. Lowest possible prices.
Residence, 1234C Kmma Place,
The Kxpcrt, Clothes Cleaning Co.
Goods called for and delivered.
1127. Fort St., opp. Club Stables.
City Clothes Cleaning. Cp No.. 4, Mar
sonic Temple, .Alakca St. Clotbei
called for and delivered. -
For. hire, slven-aeated Packard;
phono 199. Young; .Hotel Stand;
Chas. .Reynolds. 4540-lt
fee lint: lee-Plumber and Tiro-ilk,
8ralth.SU' bet. HoUl and Pauakl.
Piano taught In six months; "3 a
month (8 lessons). Special atten
tion to adult beginners. "Music,"
this office. 4C22-18t
Mrs. Hodf-ton, Experienced Teacher
rinno.niiu.bin-ing. ucsi memous;
rapid progress. Thorough; train
ing. All ages. Studio, 23C King
Btreot, opp. Hawaiian Electric
W. Karl Vincent
Prof, of Music Lessons in Sinirin?.
Pianoforte, Pipe Organ, etc. Heal-
denco and Studio, IG'0 Kmma St,
Dr. p. SCHURMANN
Corner Union and Beretania Its.
House ConiultiniTi 2-3 -, m.. lat
itrdayi excepted,' Operatinf, 8-lt
a. m., 3-6 p, n.
A. R. R0WAT..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.
PIIOlfES Club Stables, 109; Res
1129 Fort' Si
FINE ROLLS AND BUNS.
BOSTON BAKED BEANS.
BOSTON BROWN BREAD.
BEST HOME-MADE BREAD IN
Sine np 197,
ASSESSMENT NO. 12 -
Honolulu Branch of the Harrison
Han been called ind li Dill" .1IIR
15 and DEL1NQUKNT 00 JULiY 10.1
I.aif.e front fOAin electric llrhtB,
modern. rnnetipn(ea- -Kiiltabla for
two ouiir geHtlPmn; alfj) ntnall
front room suitable for on een
tleman. S7I Youtig ttreet, -near
Kaplolanl strpet. 4C24-21
fiirnl.ihfd rooms- -cool and pleasant
- In private family. Apply Mrs.
I'. L. Si'biiildl, prop., Ahipul HI.,
No. ina.S, tiP.tr King. 4i'.29-tf
Clean furnUhrd roonH; 11.611 week,
f.Oc. night. 1281 lMrt street.
Twu lurnltnea rooms. Applj Mr.
D. McOoDntll, 12JS Rmrua BU
lliiiischppping tixnns,. Cottage drove.
PIioiip 10S7. tf
Apply 171.1 Hearli
ROOMS AND BOARD.
Cotnfortahlo h'nmn (with mil board)
for uno or two gentlemen, l'leas
aht location; lernm vry Iniider
ntu. Apply "M. A. (I.", care llul
Cool furnished rooms and cottage,
with or without board. 1634
Nuuanu Ato., near Bcbool 8t:
Prices moderate. 44S0-U
Neatly furnished roprqs, and board,
1S&0 Kiiinia, street, opposite) Itoyal
School. Mrs. Annie Uabe, proji,
Nleely-turnlsJied moms', for couples,
with board. In private family. Ap
ply 13CC K'lng jitrect. 4024-tt,
Dofirdlng hy day, week or month.
Several hundred pf 'the latent and
best Victor phonograph records,. i
al one. half original com. i.uarom
. teed good ns new. May bo tred
i nut on our Auxctnphone nt-nny
time- between play hours. Apply
Art Theater (Ilalley & Lawson).
The Transq euvelope a tlme-savln
Invention. No addressing nece?
nary In sending out bills or i re
ceipts. Uulletln PubllshlnitCo...
solo, agents for patentee., ,. tt ,
3SQ cocoa nut s for tale; ISc to 2c
each. Some sprouted; others ready
to sproul Inquire 1 1C0 Oullck
Pointer" inlPpleM. eight week" .old.
J. rWcllHrveY. Sporting Goods Dot
partmeht; K. O. Hall & Son.
aa-qlne launch,,; two outrigger, ca
noes and fish nets for salo cheap.
Address F. Johnson, Honoultull,
Diamond--nd Jewelry bought aoM
and exchanged. J. Carlo, Fort St.
Inter-Island and Oahu Railroad ship.
ping booka, at Bulletin office, tf
Men's, clothing .oncrtdlt. II a week;,
rult given at once. Levy Outfit
ting Co., Sachs DIdg., Fort Bt,
Jaoa-t se J Employment AucoktloH, -aunakea
near Assl Theater. Call
up phone C97 l( you want a cock,
good boy or servant.
UNDERTAKER AND ' EMBALMER
Prompt and Polite Attention
CHAPLAIN LANE, OPPOSITE
Phone 179 Night Call 10H
I 1 1 WE .USE 1
In Our Cream
Special' care' to keen
it cold and protect it
from contamination as
sure ample keeping
THE POND SADLY.
. TcL880. ,
For the Victor Talking
BERGSTR0M MUSIC CO.. LTD,
AND OTHER PIANOS
Thayer Piano Co.
1 150 Hotel. St. Phone 218.
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