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BADGER'S EXTINGUISHERS and
CHEMICAL ENGINES, with a WATCH
MAN and WATCHMAN'S CLOCK should
be in every store.
This equipment will protect you from
fire. Extinguishers, Chemical Engines and
Watchman's Clocks for sale by
J. A. Gilman
Fort Street, Honolulu
Phone No. 50
Go ye therefore into the land
of Kaimiiki, and say thou unto
Mr. Pessimist that I shall buy a
lot and profit thereby, and upon
that lot shall I bjjild a house, and
in that house shall I dwell, high
above the sea, and enjoy the K.oko
Head breeze forever more.
Kaimuki Land Co., Ltd.
In Its deslru to Hccuro expressions
of opinions favorablo to the Woollov-
'Thurstuu prohibition propaganda tho
' morning paper Is not hesitating to
credit citizens with statements vvhlc'i
I the prohibitionists think they ought
! to make.
I In Sunday's Advertiser tho follow
"J. CAUI.O I won't soy how I ,
Intend to oto but t will Ray tliat
slv months ago I cut out Intoxi
cants entirely. The gratifying
result Is that todny I nm feeling
better nnd keener than I evcV
did In my life before."
"I don't see why they Imvo me make
'that statement," eald Mr. Carlo this
j morning. "The fact Is thnt I nm
drinking beer now for my health's
.sake and have never felt better In my
The Improved Tungsten Lamp
The trade ma:k that RTinrantecs the highest standard
of quality in metal filament lamps.
Enuals the STIRLINQ mark on silverware. i
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Compare them with other brands of olives in the mar
ket and you will be instantly convinced of their superi
Sold by All Grooers
The "Grabowsky Truck"
1, IV:, 2 HD 3 TONS
The result of inaccess'ble power plant is neglect. The
quick detachable rower plant is a decided innovation in
cosunercial ars. The removal of engine and transmission
is a cue-man operation, and requires but a very few minutes.
HONOLULU POWER WAGON CO.
., Office 873 South S:reet, Near Corner of King Street
livening Bulletin 75c, Per Month
"A Family Cyclui.e," n musical
comedy which promises ninny sur
prise, is the offering at the New
Orphcum this evening. Like nil of
the other pieces whlih have delight
ed Orpheum patrons, "A Family Oy-
cJcre p l mlses to emulate Its
predecessor for popularity nnd sus
tain the high reputation which the
members of tho Casino Musi a Com-
uly Company have, made for them
reives slnco coming to Iloi.olulii. "A
Family Cjt-lono" Is tuld to he one
of the funniest farces of Its kind
that has yet been seen here nnd has
many catchy and tuneful rumbers
Interpolated MuBlcnl Director Chns.
Justl has ecmo pretty chorus ensem
bles arranged for tho new piece.
Miss Mauris llockwell will sing, by
special request, "For All Ktornlty"
and "Annie Laurie." Miss Canfleld,
Mlus Schuler, Olga Steck ni.d Miss
Atkins have epe.ial nunihors.
Make your Plans to Vote next Tues
day. Don't Evade the Issue Vote No.
Unclu Sam has Issued twenty bul
letins on cooking but what Is wanted
most of ull Is a bulletin on how to
keep a cook Denver Republican.
Make your Plans to Vote next Tues
day. Don't Cvrde the Issue Vote No,
Unbleached Britons Are
Deported By Coast' I
For the first time since la.t 0
t( her, the big Japancic ilnef Chljo
Marti will p.ij n isli to Mnnllu, the
ccpltnl of the Philippine lalandd.
VfKEelH of the slie of I he Chlyo
and 'Iciivo Ma.u have Hut been dl.
verted to the I'hlllpptiio pott for
ni.u y mriiiliH, mid In Mime quarters
It has Lftu tald that the laiger Mo
rels In the Joint tra.m I'aclfi.' ser
vile iii.iIii allied by the Pacific Mall
and the Toyo Klsen Kalshn have
been Hiihxtl! uti-J by smaller stcamorn
owing to an alleged Insufficient
depth of water to be foui.d at the
new Manila wharves,
The Chljo arrived nt her berth
nt Alakej wharf nt 10 o'c ock tilts
morning nficr the completion1 of a
fine run down from San Francisco. I
llclngi vetscl of foreign registry, '
Jho Chl)o brings 10 freight for Ho-1
nolulii. In her spacious hold there
ale at least thtcu thr.manri tons of
supplies and munitions of war des
tined for the military and naval base '
In the Philippines. Amoi.g 'this
freight Is a quantity of small arm
I If such a thing as n divorce with '
the Pacific Mall and the Japanese
line as the star performers is Immi
nent, the officers on board the
Chlyo Maru profess absolute, ignor
ance con ernlug tho much-mooted
teparatlou They claim that tho
flrBt Intimation that surli a move
was pending came through a wire
less received the other evening from
Four cabin paEscngfrs will leavo
the Chljo Marti nt Honolulu. Sixty -ndieflrit-clQEs
travelers are -proceed-
.clng to" the Far Enst, and these in
clude a rprlnkllng of missionaries
nnd Philippine Insular government
emplojes returning from leavo of ,nl
sence. In the Chlyo steerage there is a
mctley nnd assorted array of Asi
atics. Of ji total of 159 passengers
traveling In this class. 87 .are Jan- (
oneseto Chinese and 21 Indians,
The .invasion of th'o Hindoo or
what Is' now termed tfc "Unbleach
ed llriton," has ttlrred up a great
rumqus along the Pacific Coast. The
Chljo Maru Is carrying back to
Hongkong twenty deported Kant In.
dlnns They have been found suf-'
ferlng with an infectious disease,
niulubnowlng to their filthy habits
and mode of living. While large
numbers of Hindoos continue to mi
grate to the t'nltcd State.!, of late
a largo percentage have been turn
ed back by the Federal quarantine
and Immigration nuthnrltlpJ.
The little jncht Sweetheart was
sighted by tho Chlyo officers at an
early hour this morning She dls
plajed Hags denoting that she ex
pected to arrive off port beforo noon.
Purser "Illtlle" Chapman Is mid
to have fairly outdoi.e himself In
providing entertainment for the pus
icugeis. On Inst Friday evening1
Chapman and his able henchman.
"Tommy" McCombe, nrrutiged a
program of vaudeville and athletics
that will go down the nnnnls of T.
K. K history as a nine time winner.'
Japanese wrestling, Jlu-Jltsu, Jug
gling and other forms of Indoor
games aFslrted In n very pleasant
evening being passed.
Kach day deck sports wore the
lute, and ono enterprising photog-l
raphur has perpetuated tho various
ovents and has met with much suc
cess in the disposal of .tho souvenirs.
I Among the few Important through
passengers Is the Honorable Wilhelm
Hecl.cr, said to be Vlcc-Presldont and
member of tho Prussian Diet. He Is
accompanied hy Mrs, Decker and will
make a rciind-thc-woild tour beforo
returning to Cologne
lllshop 12. E. Iloss Is a well-known
tnlsiionary vvho leaves tho vessol nt
Kobe and tranships for steamer to
Mro. L. L. YV. Wilson and MaBter
vffi .C ITwl
Added to the Long List due
to This Famous Remedy.
Camden. N.J. "It is with pleasure
that 1 add my testimniil.il to jour
already long lint tinning that it may
Induce oilier to avail themxelvi'K of
this valuable int ll-cliie.LydlaK.l'luk-ham's
Compound. I suf
feu (I fiom terrinle
headaches, pain In
my back mid right
Mile, was tired and
nervous, nnd so
vv eakl could hnnlly
stand. l.vdla K.
ble, Coirpuuml re.
stored me to health
ami made me lcel like n new person,
and It shall always have my praise."
Mrs. Yv. 1'. Valkstik. W2 Lincoln
Avenue. Cntmlen, ,N J.
(lanlliier, lie. "I was a great suf.
ferer from a female disease. The doc
tor said I would hare to go to tho
honltal for mi operation, but LjdlaK.
Itnkham's Vegetable CoiiiiniuiuI com.
Iiletely cured me In three months."
it lis. 8. A. WlI.UAMs, 11. 1'. D. No. 14,
Box 30, Gardiner Me.
Uerauso your case is a difficult one,
doctors having done you no good,
do not continue to suffer without
Riving Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound a. trial It surely has cured
many cases ofjcmale Ills, such as in
flammation, ulceration, displacements,
fibroid tumors, Irregularities, periodic
pains, backache, that bearing-down
feeling, Indigestion, dizziness, and ner
vous prostration. It costs but a trifle
to try it, and the result is worth mil
lions to many Buffering women.
WH1TNEV& MARSH, H.
In KID, SILK and LINENS
from 1)C UP
Begins Monday Morning,
. July 25th
and Mies Wilton will remain over
at Honolulu nnd spoud u couplo ot
weeks In vlbltUrf tho points of In
terest throughout the. Islands,
Fritz Mnteriia Is n prominent bus
iness man, with headquarters at
Having rninp'ctcd an enjoyable
visit to tho mainland, 11. C. Joi.es,
a newspaper man and writer of note,'
Ir leturiilug to Japan, where he will
lCEume his duties on the Adver
tlyr, n lending KnglUli publication
K, B. Chapln, fonneily engaged In
the legal prcfesilon at Washington,
D. C, Is gclug to Japan and Is now
known as an advisor connected with
tho Japanese legation.
Among the Manila bound passen
gers Is Judge James Iloss, who U
returning to his duties on the bench
aftor u In let visit to the hi ueland.
Tho local postal officials received
"a 9 racks of malnhnd mnl. The
vessel brought files i" lao E.'i Fraii
clrco dallies dating us late as
The Chlyo Maru will he dispatch
ed for Japan, ports, Manila and
Hongkong af 10 o'clock tomorrow
morning. About ten passengers have
bcoked for passage to the Orient.
We have just received from the S. S. Wilhelmina a
Splendid line made up of Best Qualities in.
EMBROIDERIES and liACES
They are all well-made, handsomely-finished, strictly
AIL AT 5c AND lOo A YARD
Come' early and. pick the best patterns.
The Yat Hing Store
nOTEI. BETWEEN BETHELVAND E0TIT STREETS
J3r""For Rent" 'cards on sale at
the Bulletin office.
FOR SALE ,
Hay horse; ngc, night; fifteen hands;
fait and handy. Owner leaving
fort Co.iBt. Apply to l.t ltogers,
Fort Shatter. -1079 2t
NOTHING more will be done in regard to
' building additions to the Moana lidUl
until the result of this, prohibition agitation
is decided. Prohibition is a mistake For this
country and ,vil) hurt our prosperity. The
present liquor law is a good one, a:d is
entitled to the support of the people. Let
them have higher license if they wanf it. In
' my opinion, prohibition is wrong. Tourists
do not want to be tied down by any such
piece of legislation as a prohibition law.
I hey won't come and that is all there is to it
TcnderB for furnishing the City
and County of Honolulu with Mate
rial and Supplies for the month of
August, 1010, will be tecelved at tho
office of tho City mid County Clerk
until tho hour of 12 o'clock m. of
Thursday, July 28, 1910.
Tenders ljiay be obtained upon tip
plication at the office of tho City
and County Cleih. M lutyre ilulld
Acting Clerk, City and County of
July 25, 1910, 4079--1
A VOTE FOR HAWAII'S INTERESTS
mm II W 1' I vf!
is ' it jcrAWjg Kr' ''sx'j-j2s&r
Strange ('inmrllhle .Machine does
Through Army Tests.
Ilerlln, July 9. In the gray dawn
of a morning Ilerlln was tnivcrsed by
one of the queerest vehicles ever built
an acrop'lnno convertible nt will
Into a motor rnr or a motor boat. Us
Journey wns mndo as an automobile,
and It wns driven' by tho Inventor,
Herr Filtz Oruwcrt.
The machine, which Is Intended to
i soive as mi ouglne of offense In vvnr.
has behaved more successfully on
I terra flrmu than It has so fur dono In
tho air. It was taken to the military
airship station ut Togul, wheio It Is
to exhibit its versatile uccompllsh-
I ments lor tho boncllt of the urmy tin-
thorltles. Major Gross, commander ot
''the nerlal licet, said todav that ho
tvvni favorably Impressed with tho
Stands for and is
the name of
Nothing but the
best material and
used in their w
L. B. Kerr & Co.,
I. ADLER. , II M ' xvj
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