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EVKN1N0 nOU.BTm, rTONOMrM), T. II., MONDAY, JUNE 27, 1910.
For Good Furniture
LIMITED 1 1
Tort StrceV, Opposite Catholic Church
Miss Kate Woodard
1141 Fort Street
PARISIAN ART CO.
EUROPEAN AND FANCY GOODS
Armenian, Maltese, Torchon and
Cluny lace, by the yard, at reaion-
FORT STREET. HARRISON BLDQ.
Exclusive Beslfms and Reasonable
MISS POWER'S M1IIINERY
Boston BujldtoR Fort Street
LEADING HAT CLEANERST
, All Kinds of Hntj Cleaned and
No Acids Used. ' Work Guaranteed.
FELIX TURRO, Specialist;
1154 Fort Street. ' Opp. Convent
; Honolulu. T. H.
Dry Goods Co.
f ' DRY GOOD'S
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
WAVERLEY BLK. . HOTEL ST.
FANCY DRY GOODS
Vah Yirn Choiu Co..
4 Kinp; St.,Ewa Fish Market
WING CHONG CO
KING ST- NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture, Mattresses,
etc., etc. All kinds of KOA and MIS
SION FURNITURE made to order.
i- FRAMED PICTURES
I f -for Gifts at
Wing On Chong's,
Bethel St., Between King and Hotel
IMPORTERS OF ORIENTAL
WING WO TAI & CO.
Oil Nuuanu Street
And Cloth of Al Quality Can be
MC CANDLESS BLDG; ""
P. 0. Box 801 Telephone 031
J HONOLULU CAFE,
' i 70 Hotel Street' v'
Oriental Meals and" Chop Suey nn
stairs. Occidental Meals downstairs,
CIGARS AND TOBACCO
Open Ddy ana 'NiRht'
Meat Market and Importers.
C.:Q. Yff tlQP&Co.
Contractor 'for Building, Storte ajid
Cement Work, Painting, Paperhang
No. 1310 L1LIHA ST,, Co);. Kukul,
i H. YOSHINAGA' ij ,'
Emma Street, above Beretania
New BICYCLES arrived for racing
and central use. Prices, ?zo up to
?35.'Jwithout 'brakes. Repairinh" and
,y Vietina Bakery
1120 Fort St.
FINE ROLLS AND BUNS,
BOSTON BAKED BEANS.
BOSTON DROWN DREAD,
BEST HOME-MADE 1IHEA1) IN
, Bint; up 107,
"-if'l-T -it1' .;---nyiv
Por Women-Lydia:E. Pink?
Xo.lll. TV. Ttf-,1 a t.4 act-in,, ..),
thO.CIiinRe of Life niid suffered from
"Lydla J-3. Pink,
well nnd strdng, so
mat lean uo all my
housework, anil at
tend to tfio stoto
and post-olllco, and
than I really ntn.
"liVtlia K. Pink.
lam's Vcgctablo Compound Is the most
successful romedy for nil kinds of
icmaioirouuies, ami l leci.mat lean
never praise It cnpuRh." Mrts. Lizzie
Holland, Noah. Ky.
period of a woman's" cilstenco, and
neglect of hcnltli at this tlmo invites
dlsenso and pain. .
that there is no otlier remedy kndwn to
medlclno tliatwlll sosuceessfulWcarry
women through tills trying period as
Lydla E. l'inkham's A'rgetablo Com
pound, mado from native roots and
herbs. ' .j , i
For 30 years it has been curing
women from the worst forms of female
Ills inflammation, ulceration, dis
placement: fibroid tumors. Irregulari
ties, periodic pains, .backache, and
If you would lllto special nrtvlco
about your enso wrllo n confiden
tial letter 16"5Irs, Plnkbnni, at
Lynn, IMnKs. Hrr ndvlco Is fro,
nnd nlwnys helpful. ' "
STAMPED ON ANY
PIECE OF FLATWARE
MEANS THE BEST
.WE ARE AOENTS-SEE THE
PATTERNS COMPARE PRICES
113 HOTEL STREET Phone 512
" "v 'Y,j5 -
Your mactune will be ready fox
ion when we say it will be, Wei
Ion t experiment on autos; ws ttfux
Von Hamm - Young
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUTXDDl.
V t ' r
"The Best-Built Car in America"
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., .LTD.
J. W. KERSHNEK
Auto Tire Repairing
1177 Alakea St.
PEKIN DUCkS. GEESE AND
- M r , ,
Tiu.ni'iroNH i'(f ""
UlfOlimi 1 M'1M ,.oiwu -0,1.
MKXIC0 CITY, Juno 2(i. Presl
dent I'orflrlrt Diaz Is reelected I' res
ilient of thp KeOubllc of Mexico anil
IUimon Corral 'Vlcc-i'rcsldent by nn
overwhelming rjtftjorlty. Notwlth
standing J heir1' preelection boasts,
tlio opponents of President Dluz poll
ed only about 2 per cent, of the
total vote. '
Much, 'threatening talk was beard
prior to election! day, but It all came
to nothing. The balloting through
out (ho country took placo quietly,
and there wcro no 'demonstrations of
a threatening character.
I'orflrlo Dlai hos , been President
of Mexico ever since, his first elec
tion lu is,,, anil tins reelection
probably Insures bis remaining at
the heai, of the government the rest
of lifs life, , a he Is now nearly eighty
years old', jle wns,,Uorn September
30, 1830. ,
Bin WRESTLERS MATCHED.
, WlNNIPKO, Juno 2G. A match,
between DrJ Roller and llackcn-sr'-nildt
.for the heavyweight wres
tllngicliamponshii(of the world has
beet announced here. The contest
will take p)a:e In Australia next
September. Frank Golcli has retired
from' the game, thus leaving the
championship open to .the winner of
the Itollcr-Hackcnschmldt match.
PANIC ON BURNINO BOAT.
I.ACKOSSI., Wis., Juno 20. Three
are dead, nnd more thai) sixty Injured
as n 'result of the fife that destroyed
the Mississippi packet last Friday.
Hundreds wprc prevented front Jump-'
lug Into the river to escape the flames
by, tho bravery and coolness of the
crew of, the steamboat; Panic pre
vailed on board tha vessel for a time,
but It was finally quieted, '-though
not until three had been killed and
ni Any' qthcrs Injured In the wild
scramble to escape death.
WASHINGTON. O. Ci. June 10.---Congress
ndjourned at tl o'clock last
Speaker Cannon, in n closing state
ment' tp the members of the House,
declared that he was leaving with
out a feeling of' malice toward tiny
of tho members, politically opposed
to him or not.
YOUNG TEDDY SEEKS QUIET.
SAN,IfIlANCISCO. June 20. The
odbfe Roosevelt Jr. nnd' his bride
nrrlycd hero yesterday on tnclr
honeymoon trip. Young Mr. House
volt stated that ho wanted to live
quietly and desired no notoriety.
His wishes in this respect arc to
be observed, mid he will Jjo Jet alone
by tho lo:nl press.
ROOSEVELT TO SAVE PARTY.
NKW YOKK,- Jnna' 20;-Thcodoro
Itoosevelt, in spile 'of his1 repealed
statements that "ho would (ukn no
active parf In politics for several
I months, refraining even from ills
'cussing the loracSiolltlcal situation,
Is said now to bo preparing to plunge
ucftlvely Jnto the thick or the po
litical fight, to pavo tho llcpubllcan
liart)- from tbo defeat In the Stuto
inni no ueueves menaces n.
Ills resolvo to abandon his ou-the.
.rente ,'ittltudo atu'l become onco
more un active aggressive torre In
Now1 York politics, has. Inspired tho
greatest enthusiasm among tho State
Tho Hawaiian band will give a
concert nt 10 mm a Square tonight at
7 : :i o, with tho following program:
Overture Martha (new) , ,,.1'lotow
Tho Visions of Salome (new)
. . , Joyce
(!av((ttc Ilohenxollern .... Thlele
Selection Jerusalem Verdi
Vocal llawnilan 'Songs ,.
. ,' Ar. by Merger
Walt Uis Alic'lo.,, ,l)e l-ongpro
I'ollili Tick-Tack',..',. IM Ijjngpre
Klnulc Tho Ills' Boom (new),..
The Star Spitnglen Ban
' : Willi,..
LA8J CAUL FOr'
Tho berths for tho Fourth of July
excursion lo tho'volcalio.'aro nll'bi-
Bpokj'ii a ml the ticket ugent ut tha
Intoptslanit odice requests thoo who
havo not taken 'their tickets to cull
for them without delay. Thorn Is
such a demand for berths (hat It Is
lint considered nihlsulilu to hold re
ue nation after Thursday next.
lluport from tho crater uro so im
roiiraiilng that mur than tho .usual
number of applications havo been
pind" fur berths bill the m.inauemenl
of tho I'liiiipniiy ilei'llni'H iii over sell.
Iiiillcnlloiis fur nlorlmis Imlldiiy it t thn
cruler urn hern und lluntn who tulio
this twenty llvn il(illr mi'iirslmi lenv
Mi$ lieru H.ilinay ntturnonii, July 1
i iin nliiK Tiiiwiluy morning July 6.
will liuvu, nu vutisu fur (Kiel,
r "Yt' i? f tllilH " jHP'?sflsSIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlflshkll)tw ''iijM J
Efflfctf-Ml&eiA - ' &.tisHi
f w4A -a-
MERRY TIE AT -ANNUAL
Tho nnnunl reunion of tho .St. !.ouls
Collcgo Alumni, held last Saturday
night, was n Joy niicouriiieil, and the
good time Indulged hi by tho hun
dred members and their guests will
teve bo remembered by those lucky
Senator I-nno 'wiis thd toaslmasler
and mado a charming nddj-ess, re
v'iqwing the part the St. Louis Col
lego lias played In tho prosjicrlly of
Ilro'lher Henry sioko to, thoso pre
sent along the samo linds. .11 o was
followed by Ilrothcr I-ohls. whoso re
marks were of tho Kpcljbt'nder nat
ure, holding his -auditors in close at
tention to the end.
Tho gathering was addressed by n
large number of speakers mining
wliom wcro Kmll llerndt, who voiced
tho same Bcntlment, Ben Zublun, Ceo.
McCorrlslori, Henry Molfu, John Ito
cha, I'll Crawford, William Welch.
Brother Henry, Ilroher Krauk." Caesar
Ilctt'encourt, Brother (leorgo, Brother
'Matthias. Charles Osbourne, John
Coon, 'Sheriff W. V. Jurrt-tt, Deputy
Sheriff Rose Patrick Olcapon, JjimtH
Mftslt wns fu'rnls'hc'irirytTlieIlrolh
era' Orchestra, tho Brothers' Chorus, n
quartet and Henry Clark, vocal solo
"" . . .
BIG NAVY OPPOSES CHURCH. .
The Rev. Dr. Jefferson Tells Congre-
(rational Club That Doctrines of
Uhristianity Arc Toppling.
BOSTON. June 2. A big navy pol
icy nnd tho church are not compat
ible, caeordlng to tho Itev. Or. Clias.
B. Jefferson, pastor of the Broadway
Tabernacle of r"Now ' York city, and
the Boston Congregational Club,
which ho addressed Monday evening,
heartily voted agulnst tha present
pollclcii of the government regarding
tho navy and' army. Or. Jefferson
said that he had been traveling for
fifteen years through the various
countries 'and everywhere .ho si(w
glowing heavier the burden at the
Miiiport of the armies and navlps,
Taking for his ubJecl'"Mllltrlsin
and tho Church,"' l)r, Jefferson said
"Within tho pilst (en years the
American Republic Juts made up its
mind to ape tho manner of Kurope
Horlicks Malted Milk
is the most delicious, nourishing food-drink known for j
the aniemic, the debilitated and the dyspeptic. So easily
and promptly digested that it agrees with the weakest
stomach. It is simply a pure food, invigorating and
vitalizing. . .
It is pure, rich' milk, with the extract of malted grain,
in powder form, soluble in water. A nourishing drink is
prepared in a moment by stirring vigorously.in waterhot
or cold. Unequalled as a food for infants, invalids and.
nursing jnpthcrs. Endorsed by physicians everyyvhere.
Simples free to PlijrilcUni snd DruUti.
At all Druggists.
HOrlLICK'S HALTED MILK COMPANY, Raolna, Wit., U. S. A,
Projectors for Postcards,
Photos and other opaques.
Will project 0 to SO fret
.fiom 1-3 to 0 feet lu ill
amcter, Tty one,
HAWAII & SOUTH
b'olc Aiicnts for Hawuii
. . liJL
SECOND ONE IS
The second plantation to lose Its
lands under the workings of the
amended Organic Act is the Onomen,
which Is to glvo up 334 acres, the
Last wqek announcement wns mado
that Uiupnhoehno plantation had part
of its lands anked fur by homestead
ers and tho second application to be
tiled for the opening of leaned lands
Is that for Onoinea plantation
A rainbow In Itself Is harmless; to,
frequently, Is n fool. But tho com
bination la decidedly dangerous.
Portland Ksprcss. '
:: tt :: :: u tt n :: n :: ' :: ti it :s ::
and she Is doing it. It has spent
enough on tho navy In the Inst ten
years to wipe out tho entire national
ilebl, ninl I do not thlnfc that Chris.
tlitus as a wholo havo been very liiurli
disturbed hbuut It, not any more than
(f they had been Mohammedans, or
Shlutolsts, or Hottentots. And this
Is going on, nnd It will go on, until
the church of Christ calls n halt.
"There Is In tho' United Stntcs cap
ital now n naval lobby. A Congress
man'snlil td me that 'we ha'd ho con-'
(option of tho pressure that Is
brought to bear upon the legislators
by the naval olllcers nnd their
"Then there Is u unvy jenguo In
this country. This leaguo 'is behind
ull these agitations for a large navy.
The President of tho United States
has kent on saying: 'We rejoice to
report to you that we still maintain
amicable relations with the nations
of the earth,' and two paragraphs be
low appears, 'Let us havo two mure
battleships.' They are experiment
ing with war nlrthlps over tho foun
dations of tho peace palace.
'"Wo nro being trained to becomo
n military people. Changes uro tak
ing jfiaco: nuiro und niord our cap
ital Is becoming like the Kuropean
capitals; more nnd more the military
element Is coining to the front.
"Wo nro the strongest 'nation In
ull (ho world. When wo augmented
our navy Braill followed, then Ar
gentina, then Canada dec'tdfd to
hell) Kngland. Wo are dragging the
wholo now world down. 1 fear wo
ute proving recreant to the funda
mental principles of the Christian ro
SEAS CUIU0 CO, '
-J? - .) a,.., ..fcJU... S-UjUtiWS
' J . i r ;' f ' , p
. W A N T S
Everybody to use the"Jftrg nickel
pad for school and figuring use.
Two hundred sheets of good paper
for five cents, at this dftlco. U
Second'hand runabdut, In good of-'.
der. Apply "Hunobout," thla or
Clean wiping rags at the nulletln
Japanese Cooking School. Famllea,or
hotels supplied with cooks, u. ai.
Matzle, 14B7 Auld tone. fI.lS64.
Satchel from Oceanic dock, lteturn,
to Coldsmlth, Hotel l'leasanton,
Privnto instruction In bookkeeping
by experl'nccountniit; tennis rea-
sonAble. For particulars' apply' J.
llattersbyi Itoom 11, Walklkl Inn:
Mrs'., HodRSon. Exoerienced Teacher
riano ana Hinging, uesi mcinuun;
raiiid progress. Thorough .train
' Ing. All ages. Studio, 236 King
street, opp. Hawaiian Ele'ct'r'Ic
W. Karl Vincent
Prof, of Music Lessons In Sinrintr,
I'lanotorte, l-ipe organ, eic. iiwi
dence and Studio, 1SG0 Emma, 8t,
Dr. F. SCHURMANN
' Comer Union cd Beretania Its. :
, Honsa Consultins;, 2-3 y. m.. at
otdays excepted. Operatinr. ,811
a, m. 3-6 p, m.
A. R. BOWAT. 0. V. 8.
HOURS Club Stables: 10 a.' m.
to 12 m.i 3 to 5 p. m. Residence:
8 to 10 a. m.; 1 to 3 p. m.
'PHONES Club Stables, 109; JCei
Require practise more than
anything else. We develop
hundreds of films every day
And have acquired an expert
knowledge .that is possessed
by no pther photo store ,in
Photo Supply Co.,
FORT, NEAR T.0TEL ST.
BE,GAL SH,0E CO.
Sins and Bethel
CIQAR NOW 5o
M'rA, OUN8T & CO.
SUWJ1EB DAYS AND
Pau Ka Hana
THE RENEAR CO.
ALOER0BA BEAN MILES
A nuncmrvrioN on eczema.
IiIi sutgustHil that ecioma surfer
en ual; thy Honolulu Diuk ('n. of IhV
oltv wlml 'ri'poits hit s KeltliiK frntr
th VVi' 'd1 "'"' llllN" '""''I ,l"' "" "'
v'liittiruri'on ll'iuld toiiipouud, I). I). I).
Kurnlshcd rooms-M:oot and pleasant
.In private family. Apply Mrs.
K. Ij. Schmidt", prop., Alapal St.,
No. ;03S, neat King; 4C29-tf
In ICalmukI, for
Address "M, J.".
Clean 'fdrhlihed rooms; ,1. CO wcok.
50c. night. 1281 Kort street.
Two"' ftifnlih'ed' rooms. 'Apply Mrs.
D. UcConhtll, U22S Emma BL
Hdus'ekecplhg rooms, Cottago drove,
Phono 1087. CB0-lf
BOOMS AND BOARD.
Cool furnished rooms and cottsgs,
with' or without board. 1634
Nuuanu Ave., near School St.
Trices raodersts. 4460-tl
First-class Apartments, with hoard,
The Macdouald, 1402 Puuahou.
Special rates for table board.
Phone' 1113. 4C41-lt
Neatly' 'furbished' rooms and board,
1550 -Km'ma street, opposite Hoysl
School. Mrs. Annie Oabe, prop,
with hoard, In" private family; Ap
ply 13C6. Kipg..strcCt. 4624-tf
ndfreshlng liquids for hot, thirsty
motorists .on Uielr way to Ewa,
llalelwn,ctc. 'walpahu Kxchango
ten inlnules' run from the main
The Transo envelope a tlme-satlng
Invention. No addrtsilng neces-
sary In sending out bills or re
ceipts. Bulletin Publishing Co.,
fols agents ;drpatentee. U
Rc'mlngton typewriter. In good con
"dtlon. Address ''O., V. A.", Bul
letin odice'. 40t3-tt
Oasollna laUncli, two outrigger, ca
noes and fish nets for sale cheap.
Address F. Johnson, Honoullull.
Diamonds nnd 'Jewelry hbughf, sold
and' exchanged, J. Carlo, Fort Bt.
Inter-Island and Oahu natlroad ship
. - ping" books; at Bulletin office. , tl
The" Exbert' CI6thc's" CIcAhlng Co.
tvodd called for nnd delivered,
I127?Fert;Bj., opp. Club Stables.
City Clothes Cleaning Co., No. 4 Ma-nlo-Tmple,
Alakea 8t. Clothes
called for and delivered.
Tom .Carpenter Hasterlng, cement
work of nil kinds; sidewalks n
specialty. Lowest possible prices.
Residence, 1234C Emma Dace,
Japanese Employment Assoclatioa,
MSjunakea near Assl Theater. Call
tip phone 697 If you want a cook',
kobd boy or servanta.
For hire, seven-seated Packard;
phone J 95. Young Hptel Stand;
Chos. neynolds. 4540-tf
rat Ubk Kea-FIoBber'aad Tiaakiik,
mlti Bt, bet.' Hotal and Fstaakt.
YE ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOP
Fort 'below Kinc Street
FILMS AND CAMERAS
For the Victor Talking
BER0STB0M MUSIC CO.. LTD.
AND OTHER PIANOS
Tliayor Piauo Co.
lfiO Hotel St. Phone 218.
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