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TE NTNO BULt-nTIN, HOK01.Tn.TT, T. H,, SATURDAY, JUNE j, J.J10
v For Good Furniture
Chas. R. 'Frazier
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Silts for $2J.
M. A. Gunst & Co.
Fort Street, Opposite Catholic Church
PARISIAN ART CO.
EUROPEAN AND FANCY OOODS
Armenian, Maltese, Torchon and
Cluny Lace, by the yard, a$ reason
FORT STREET. HARRISON BLDG.
Miss Kate Woodard
1141 Fort Street
NEW QAOE SAILORS
MISS POWER'S MUXINERY
.Boston Building Fort Street
S M I nn
LEADINO HAT CLEANERS.
All Rinds of Hats Cleaned and
No Acids Used. Work Guaranteed
FELIX TURRO, Soecialist,
1154 Fort Street. Opp. Convent
Honolulu. T. H
Dry Goods Co.
Everythine absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast, .
WAVERLEY BLK. . HOTEL ST
FANCY DRY GOODS
Vah Ying Chong Co.,
King St., Ewa Fish Market
WING CHONG CO
KINO ST- NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture, Mattresses
etc., etc. All kinds of KOA and MIS
SION FURNITURE made to order.
for Gifts at
Wing On Chong's,
Bethel'St., Between King and Hotel
IMPORTERS OF ORIENTAL
WING WO TAJ & CO.
841 Niiuanu. Street Phone 260
And Cloth of Al Quality Can be
MO OANDLESS BLDG.
P. 0. Box 061 Telephone 031
79 Hotel Street
Oriental Meals and Chon Suev.uo-
stairs, Occidental Meals downstairs,
CIGARS AND TOBACCO
Open Day and Night
Meat Market and Importers.
C. Q. Yee Hop & fa.
jPvt-Kor sale" cards at Bulletin,.
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MPTnglilFMjsls -' , ol 'il'iiffcali .ia3iL)lJt'ii,.mt aiufi.4
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SAILORS ANP SALOONS
Hdjtor vtT V it I n R II II 1 1 o r t nS
Judge While)- of the Juvenile
court delivered nn address Tliursilny
evening before thy Men's Club of Kt.
Andrews, telling jif iti i-viu or
joullg girls being tnkoli iibo-ird
steamships IH tho Intlior niiit ctl
gaging In "forecastle jnllltloillmi."
Thlg mny lie mi, nml piobabJJ In (.0
ir Judge Whitney nays so. lint It
teemi to be tin eloquent nrgument
against Mils present prohibition
movement. The saloons nnl not re-
hponslliln fur nn thfnix of II"' kind.
iiikI, In fart, light their hardest
against dotugg nr I Ills nntuio. Tho,,
li.ivo their business to protect nml
dpeent luioonlsiepcrs Imvo reputa
tions to maintain, nt.il would be the
first, whete they know of such lit-
Mam es, to bring tho mntter to tins
attention of the nlillinrlllcH. It l
nn Illustration nf llic fact Dial l-i
tho etenl of prnhlbltlon thcro would
bo all kinds of lliiiior, obtainable
aboard thn steamships isltlng the
harbor. The, steamship Uquor busi
ness would necessarily grow In inv
portion to the demand for llqnrr -.
If liquor can not bo obtained In le
gitimate plniei of rcficthmoul,
those who delre to partnko thcrnf
nrn going to get it wherever It Is
obtainable, and blind nlcs nnd
upeak castes at.d liolcs-ln-thc w.ill'
will not bo .the only places. TSili
la n. seaport and n. growing seaport,
and sailors nre going to drink, sail
ora nnd steamship men, and they
are going to pack their liquor along
with them, and when they get to
Honolulu they nro going to share
their b(io70 with their lloi.otiilii
friends. They nro going to bring
booza here (or thoeo who inn not
obtain It hero. In tho evont of pro
hlbttiop passing, j,-
It Ib regrettable that there should
exist any such condition na that do
scribed by Judgo Whitney, hut. tin
a man who has been going toxnen
for man) jcais.-1, for one, want to
say that the saloons rnn not bo held
responsible, mid I write tblj nt Dili
time for the reason that I believe
that It Is Just such facts, or the
relation thereof, that nro used nt
this time ns nn argument In faor
of prohibition, I nm ngnli.st pro
hlbltlon for the reason that I do
not belleo It Is practicable, and .1
do not believe that It is Just, tio'r
do I believe that It, Is honest. I have
known of cases where women wore
taken aboard steamships by men of
tho steamships and by Honolulu
men, though thej nre generally wo
men old enough to know what thoy
nro nbont nnd nro not often jouug
girls who don't know the taste of
liquor, Hut the point 1 want to
mako Is that such conditions would
be aggravated In tho event of pro
IN CITY LIMITS
$3 PER HOUR
Your maohinr will be ready fui
on when we v it will be. We
lon't experiment nn autot; -I'rtpai;
Von x liamm - Young
aFruNnR voting BniLniHe
"The Best-Built Car in America'"
iCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.. LTD
1 ' W ..KERSnNER
Auto Tire Repairing
1177 Alakea St.
Your E'.eotrio Light bill is govern
ed by the lamp you burn, Try a
TUNGSTEN We Sell the Best
Union Eleotrio Co.,
thickens and Geese
' Telephone 100
What Does It Do?
It bnilds up the nerve tissues, tones up the 'heart, gives power to
the brain, strength and elasticity to the muscles and richness to tho
blood. It brings into action all the vital forces; it makes digestion
perfect and enables you to get from the food jou cat all the nourish,
ment it contains. .
It is invaluable for overworked men, delicate women and sickly
children. It strengthens and sustains the' system, is a promoter of good
he' 1th and longevity, makes the old
Itcures nervousness, typhoid,
trolblc, diseases of the throat nd lungs, and is recognized as a medi
c te by doctors of y all schools.
Thousands of letters have b:eu
all walks of life, many from those nearly 100 years old, extolling the
virtues of Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
WASIUXaTON, l a. Juno :'.. After twclvo weeks of debate and
consideration, thq railroad refutation bill reached a vote In the Senate
today, and the administration won n nwicplng victory,
1'arty lines wore lo n considerable pxtont Ig.iored In. the oto on
tho niuch-dlsiusji'd iicasnie, for not only tilt- the Irmirgcnt Itepubll
eans, but kl I)emocrntu voted Tor It. ,io bill bod tho unni Imoui lie
publican oto nnd the count showed fifty-two otes for It and only
ClIICAdO. Juno H. A Uatonient has been Issued, by the publltlty
bureau of tho rallwu, to tlio effect that many ronds will Iro forctd
Into bankruptcy f not allowed to' Increase their rates. The statement
dlmwes pei.dlng InJune .on proceedings' to stop an In reiso In fates',
and s"ja that if such proceedings, mo installed, many railroads 'will
Imvo to go Into hiltkrupliy.
Tho Etntomunt fiirthw.- declare i.mt durfug the pan two yeatg the
railroads wont behind eovqn' hundred ul d lhrty million ilollaif.
SUSPENSION BILL ACTION POSTPONED.
WASltlNOlOX. U C. .liiiKj .1. Aclon on tho Hawaii ooastwlso
suspension bill has bewn derorred Until the. next iesaloii olXonrress. It
was ligreed by thp Ilouoo today that tho mitter bo not tiil.en up thlJ
Speaker Cannon hns been Interested In the matter and hn'slven a
promise to the supporters of the bill Hint It ehull have recognition In
the next seislon. '
PAID BRIBE MONEY TO SAVE' BUSINESS.
I'UOUiA, III, .June 3.--lluiiry Lemni, prominent HUi dctlcr, has
confosted to bribing mcnibors of ths I.eglslaturo to jirovent legliiaiion
adverfo to his Interests. I.cmm si)s that ha wai held ici nnd had to
pay tho bribes, -mid that ho paid thp money to kill bills which would
hao deitrnjed bis ImiliiMx. '
JOHNSON GETS MARBLE-HEARTJ RECEPTION V
SAN ritANClSCO. Juno ::, -l'usist Johnson met with n cold re
ception when ho gnvo n boxing exhibition at tho Dreamland,, tonight.
He boxed a six-round exhibition go. Tlio crowd Bliqwcd no enthusi
asm for him, but cheered for Jeffries. ,
MACHINISTS GO ON STRIKE' ', ,
....I LAND, Ore. Juite ?,: i e machinists In thirty-eight st.op4
hero hava struck, demanding an eight hour day aid an Iirrcato , In
NEW PUfinENT TOR VENEZUELA.
CHAC3, Juno S. Juan Vleontw (Jonier bns been Inailgnrntfld
President. . '
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M. E. Sllva's , Res. Undertaking Parlors
34 Chaplain Lane, opp. Catholic Sisters
Phone 179 ' ' Night 1014
im t m
l'Kl'v- l htJt
fy's Pure Malt
It is an absolutely pure distillation of malted (jrain, great care uca
' , ;iV". i ' t'i -f 4 i ,
Mg used to have every Kernel thoroughly mnlled, thus 'destroying 'the
germ and producing a predigestcd"
cinal whisky; softened by warmth
freedom from injurious substan
by the mest sensitive stomach.
freedom from injurious substances
It is a gentle, invigorating stimulant and touic.
young nnd keeps tho young strong.
malaria, every form of stomach
received from men and women in
as the world's! greatest medicine.
i t I -.
liquid food in the form of a 'medi-
nnd moisture, its payability nnd
render it so that it cap be retained
BEWARE of imita
tions and substitutes.
They nre positively
harmful and are sold
for profit only by un
Look for the trade
mark, the "Old Chem
ist," on the label, and
be certain the seal
over the cork is un
broken. Doctor's advice and
medical booklet free.
Rochester, N, Y.,
U. S. A.
A DAINTY TOILET ARTICLE.
Kvery lady who desires to Keep up
ler nttracllvo uppearunco, while at
tho Thenter, attending Keropljons.
when shopping, white traveling and
nil all occasions should carry III her
purse a booklet of Oouraud's Orien
tal Beauty Leaves. This h n dainty
lttle booklet of exquisitely perfumed
powdered leases which are easily re
noed and applied to tho skin. It Is
Invaluab'b when the face becomes
notst nnd flushed nnd Is far superior
to a powder puff, as it does not spill
and soil the clothes.
It remotes dirt, soot nnd grease
fioru the face, imparting a cool, del
cat e bloom to the complexion. Sent
anywhere on receipt of l'lvo Cents
n stnmps nr coin.
F. T. Hopkinsl 37 Great Jones St.,
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entersd for Record June 2, 1010.
II. Watorhouse Tr. Co., Ltd. to
Thomas J. Fltzpatrlck ,..Hcl
T. J. Mtzpatrlck is Alexander
, Kben V Low- and wf to V. A.
I Schacfcr ,..,,... I)
'John I. DjvIk, Tr., to Manuel S..
William O. Smith, Tr.. to W, M.
JllnKii j. ltd
June 3, 1910.
J. K C. Ilogens nnd wf to Albort P.
I'll.n nnd wf to Agnes ICnlclklnt ,.,D
I Auucs Knlclklnl mid hsb to I'lko (k) D
MACHOS' 1.D In Hnnoltilit, June; 3,
' 1910, James J. Macdonnld, nged
r.i j cars.
Ho was an'old resident of Hono
lulu and n member of Harmony
Lodgo No. 3. 1. O. 0, r.
Nothing to equal "null" Ringer alo
ns n beverage. Ring up It) croft's
fountain Soda Works for a case,
paror is the
latest move in the un
dertaking line, where
'families can be jtccom
modaied with sleeping
Lichen and .bathroom.
Call and inspect. 34
I W ANTS
MotorlstH mi their wny to i:wa, V.il
nlua or lluleiwn, to stop at the
Walpahu Kxihangc, where the
ran get the flni'st liquid refresh
tiipiits nnd smoking materials n
Honolulu prlres, r,:ir,-ti
Ambitious men and women to pre
pare for better positions and larg
er salaries. Apply for lltt or
positions to Hawaiian Agency of
the International Correspondent u
School, at 1U9 Kort street.
liver) body to iuo the largo nickel
pud for school and figuring me.
Two hundred sheets of good paper
for five tents, at this office. tr
Rcnteman to Join two others In es
tablished bachelors' quarters; rea
sonable cost at lUlng. Apply
"123," llulletlu offlce.
A good second hand phaeton,
dress ' C", llulletlu eiirire.
Clean wiping rags at tho llulletlu
Japanese Cooking School, Families or
hotels supplied with cooks. C. M.
Matzle. 1457 Auld J.une. Tel. 1604.
I-kI) 'k btik comb, between l'alaui.i
nnd town, Itfturu to Woman's
Kxchango and receive reward.
Tom Carpenter-rl'lislcrlng, ewnent
work of nil "l.lndit: .Hljowalks A
speilnlty, 1 ow'est pbwlhlo prices.
HesldciKu, 1234P Hniuu I'ltiCv'.
Tho Hxport Clofhcs Cleaning Co.
Roods called for and delivered.
1137 Port St., opp. Club btnble.
City Clothes Cleaning Co , No. 4 Mn
sonic Templo, Alakca St. ClotheJ
called for nnd delivered.
For hire, seven-seated Packard;
phono 139. Young Hotel Stand;,
Chas. Roynolds. ' 4o40.tr'
fee Mug Kee-Plomber and Tunmits
IHS ', ht M,.I v"l Pih
1 - - -
I'lano taught In six months; $3 a
month (8 lessons). Special atten
tion to adult beginners, "Music,"
this offlce. 4C23-181
Mrs. Hodgson, Experienced Teacher
i'lano and. Singing, Uest roelbadH;.
rapid progress. Thorough train-1
ing. All ages. Studio, 230 King
street, opp, Hawaiian Klcctrlc
W. Karl Vincent
Prof, of Music Lessons in Sinirin;,
Pianoforte, Pipe Organ, etc. Resi
dence and Studio, 1CG0 Emma Bt.
Dr. F. SCHURMANN
Corner Union xd Beretixda Its.
House Consulting. 2-3 p. m., Sat
urdays excepted. Operating. 8-13
. m., 30 p. m.
A. R. ROWAT. D. V. B.
Hnnns r.inh KtahUi. in .
to 12 m.j 3 to 3 p. m. Residence;1
6 lo 10 a. m.: 1 to 3 p. m. I
PHONES Club Stables. 109; Res-
Remarkable reductions in
fine leather Purses, Card
Cases, Wallets. Chatelaine
Bags, ShODninp Bags, cto.
One-third off the regular
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alexander Young Bldg.
I!unk books of all sorts ed,gen,
etc, manufactured by tho B u ) J o 1 1 n
I'liinhhrd rooms cool umKplensant
In private fnmll). Allpli" Mrs.
I' I.. -Schmidt, prop, Alapal St,
No 10.1S, near King. tC29'if
Clean furnished rooms; SI. no week,
r.Uc. night. 1'Ji.l Port street,
Iu tuiui.ueu IKUlUt avj Ma
li iltlkJUIlrjJI, lli blulllh t
Housekeeping tooini-. Cottage tlrove.
Phone 10S7, if
I'm Dished hoiis.-, Appl IT 1. 1 llench
ROOMS AND BOARD.
Comfoitublo home (with full botrd)
for ono or two gentlemen. Pleas
ant location; terms cry moder
ate. Apply "JU A. (I.", care llul
Cool furntsLeit rnouii aud coltag.
with or without board. 1634
Nuuanu Ave, nesr Schoul 8U
Prices moderate. 44fO-t
Neatly furnlthed rooms nnd board,
K.r.O Ilinnu street, oppoilto Koyal
School. Mrs. Annie aabe, prop.
Nlccl) -furnished rooms, for couples,
with board, Jn private family. Ap
pTy llRU-KIng street. 4C24 tf
Uoardlug. by day, week or month.
fMrs, .Oo,nzel, 118 Vineyard.
" t FOR SALE.
rSeveral hundre'd of the Intent nml
tost Victor phonograph records.
! -alionejfjlfflglnal cost, cuarnn
toi'il goocl ns new. May be trlcil
nut tin tmr. Auxetuphoue at any
time between play hours. Apply
Art. Theater (llalley ft I.awson).
Tho Transo envelope a time-saving
invention, no addressing neces
sary -in sending out bills or re
ceipts. Ilulletln Publishing Co.,
sole, agents for patentee. ft
3S0 rncoanuts for sale; lBc to 2fic
ench. Some sprouted; others read
to sprout. Inqulro 1100 (lullck
Pointer pupplei, eight weeks old.
J. W. ijarvoy, Sporting Goods Do
Vartm6ut,. K. 0. Hall & Sou.
gasoline launch, two outrigger cat
noes and flih nets for salo cheap,
kAI(lefTsP. Jnhninti f 1nnni,1lll
Djanvoddsgan Jewelry bought, M
uuu ca-.uuiidu. u. iwuriu, rort Bt.
Inter-Island nnd Oahu Railroad shlp
!lng bociks, at Ilulletln office. f
I MEN'S CLOTHINQ.
MenVcToThlng on crodlt. $1 a week;
Milt-given nt once. Lyy Outtt-
tlnc Co.. Snchi Tltilr. V ort nt
Jaiwnese Employment Asocition, iT
Maunakca near Astl Theater. Call I
up phone 697 If you want a cock.
good boy or servants. ,
Wall, Nichols Co.,
MOVED I MOVED!
To BEPUBLIC BUILDING. KING
STREET,, where you can find tho
latest in Books, Stationery, Offlco
Furniture and Supplies.
Rine un Telephone No. 281.
WE USE-tr (ii
In Our Cream
Special care to keen
it cold and protcct.lt
from contamination as
sure ample keeping
THE POND DAIB&TT
Tel. 800. " '
For the Victor Talking
BEROSTROM MUSIO CO.. LTD.
AND OTHER PIANOS'
Thayer Piano Co.
100 Hotel St.. Phone 218.
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