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EVENING BULLETIN. noNOLTJLTJ, T II , TUESDAY, At'O 23, 1910
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The Pond Dairy
Chairs Now at the
UNION BARBER SHOP
NEW BARBER A competent man
has just arrived from the Coast.
M. VIERRA ... . Proprietor
) Fort'Strcct, Opposite Catholic Church
Dunn's Hat Shop,
IMPORTERS and DESIONERS
New Fall Millii cy
MISS POWER'S MILLINERY
Boston Building Fort Street
LEADING. HAT CLEANERS.
All Kinds of Hats Gleaned and
No Acids Used. Work Guaranteed
FELIX TURRO, Specialist,
1154 Sort' Street. Opp. Convent.
Honolulu. T. H.
Orders Taken for
MRS. KEARNS' ISLAND FRUIT
THOMAS SLICED PINEAPPLES
MISS WOODWARD. ,.tlv. Fort Street
YEE CHAN & CO.
Bethel nnd King Streets
Alwaysi Something- New at
YAT liING STORE
Imporfersran,d , dealers, in. Fancy
Dry Qoods, Oriental Silks and Gents'
Furnishings, Trunks, Suit Cases, etc.
HOTEL ST., OPP. THE EMPIRE
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 nnd MIS
SION FURNITURE made to order.
FRAMED PICTURE -lT
for Gifts at
Wing -On Chong's,
Bethel St., Between Kihg and Hotel
IMPORTERS OF ORIENTAL
WING WO TAI & CO.
D41 Nuuanu Street
And Cloth of Al Quality Can be
MC CANDLESS BLDG.
F, 0. Box 001 Telephone 031
Heat Market and Importers.
C. Q. YeeHop&Co.
Contractor for Building, Stone and
Cement Work, Faintinp, Paperhanp-
No. 1310 LILIIIA ST., Car. Kukui,
Emma Street, above Beretanla
New BICYCLES arrived for racing
and general use. Prices, $25 up to
(35, without brakes. Repairing and
re-tiring done neatly.
. m '.-ai-.b... H&ukMiu. 4 1
!Vhen You Are
you consider Quality, Design
ana hkc. If you see our
large stock of these, just from
the factory, you will find all
these elements in them.
J. A.R. Vieira
113 HOTEL STREET Phone 512
Supplies & Repairing
.leandr young buildiuci.
"The Best-Built Car in America"
SCHUMAN CARRIAOE CO.. LTD.
J. W. KERSHNEB
Auto Tj.rc Repairing
1177 Alakca St
FOR SALE WORKING AND HACK
Just Iircx Hiloninn
Clias. R. Frazier
: OUR ADVERTISE!!
hone 371. 122 Ktn St.
THE RENEAR CO.
ALGEROBA BEAN MILLS
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Suits for $21,
For the Best SODAS, GINGER ALE
and DISTILLED WATER, telephone
Ryorof t's Fouutain
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS
our, machine will he. read foi,
'Mxtti, jty'sajj Cit wiUbe". We.
't, externa eh t on antosi'wt.mau!
- t w if it ti.'.j
Sail Francisco H.Qtels
Geary Street, above Union Square
J mt opposite, llottl St. FriocU
European Plan S1.60 a day up
American Plan 53.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnlth.
lngs cost $200,000. nigh class hotel
atmodcrate rates, Centerof theatre
f erring allover city. Omnibus meets
all trains and steamers. Send for
booklet with map of San Francisco.
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
address, "Ttawets." ABC Code.
A New Wholesale Store
Is Open for Business
ROSA & CO.,
This new store will make a spe-
cia.ty of the family trade nnd will
' have regular deliveries and goods put
xlj in convenient packages.
ROSA, CORREA & PREOIL, Props.
Corner Queen nnd Alakcn Sts.
is very popular with the man
who wants the best of liquor.
If it's a morning or afternoon
glass of beer, a mid-day cock
tail, an evening highball
the best is at
Corner Hotel and Bethel Sts.
C. A. PEACOCK ....Prop.
THERE IS ALWAYS SOMETHINO
GOOD GOLF, TENNIS and BOATING
First-Class Family Hotel
Best Bathing on the Beach
W. 0. BERGIN. Prop.
Sachs Block. Fort and Beretanla Sts.
Ftuo furnished rooms, $1 per day
(10 nnd upwards per month. Splen
MRS. C. A. BLAISDELL. Proa.
Is Now at
CURIOS will be there after the
Cream Pure Rye
FOR SALE AT ALL BAR
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25c, per
hundred in 10-lb. lots
W. O. BARNHART,
133 Derchant 8t.,
Manufactured from pure distilled wat
er. Delivered to any part of city by
Oahu Ice & Electric Co.,
Kewalo. Telephone 528.
ikL. . -n' tifiM'M' :,-..t.it,
(Continued from rage 1 )
I TO ROOSEVELT
NUW YORK, Aug. 22 President
Tnft today explained to Colonel
Roosevelt that the White lluurc hnil
rothlng U do wltli" Roosevelt s ,lo
feat for the temporary chnlrmnnslilp
of the coming New York State lon-
Tho President sa'il all repoiu to
the effect Hint ho had taken part In
the defeat of Colonel Roosevelt were
untrue, nnd that nil the sensational
news following tho action of the
New York State committee In clioo.
liiir Vice President Shcrmnn for tern
porarj chatiinan mcr Roosevelt was
tlttc to it misunderstanding
Tart also said that ho deplored
Hip art lin of the committee which
tlitno Shciman. Uooaevolt accepted
tho cxplaiiHtton, ami ho and the
President will ho fellow-workers
again In tho Hilltlcal field
STILL f CHECKED
8POKAN13, Aug. 22. Klftj per
ronit nto known to ho (lend as a re
suit of tho great forest fires raging
in this region. More than a bun
tired are missing, nnd two hundred
havo hecn Injured while fighting the
Unities or trying to escape.
Many towns nnd villages aro
threatened and thousands of people
are rushing to safety.
The situation U acute, and disas
ter will follow disaster tiniest some
thing happens to. check the flames.
COKUR ITAI.BNK, Idaho. Aug.
22. Tho cxtont of damage In this
part of the State by forest fires Is
unknowif. Hundreds of fire light
ers aro surrounded. More soldiers
havo been sent to tho scene of tho
MISSOULA. Aug 22. Forest fire
havo destiojcd twenty-four -raHroad
bridges, and two thousand refugees
tiro here, having been driven from
their homci by the spreading flames.
IlCTTi:, Aug. 22 Sov'cral grain
fields In this part of tho Stato have
been swept by tire. Fifteen hundred
sheep hao beiin dwlroj'ed, and indn'y
filters gathered In large Hocks aro
Clilriigii .Millionaire .Makes n Startling
i:iioiiirc of Alleged 'fax
CHICAUO, Aug. 2 -Chicago million
aires, were taken by surprise )ostcr
day when l'rank . Joiiok, president
of tho Illinois Tax Iteform Untgue,
lllod Willi the board of review u state
ment that $200,000,000 worth of stockH
In foreign corporations owned by clt
buna of Cook county luto been con
cealed by tho iissosMirs and reviewers
and havo not been assesHed. It Is said
by lawjers for stockholders that stock
In foreign corporations Is not subject
to tho taxon In Illinois, but tho league
httys It Is,
.The communication gives the names
of tho owners, the names of tho com
panies In which they aro alleged to
hold stock nnd the par aluo of tho
securities, Altogether thero are 70 mcr
in the league's list which Is headed by
tho names of J. Ogden Armour and
Kd ward Morris.
According to Mr Jones, soino of
thoso men hiwo not bten assessed on
anything like tho amounts of assess
able personal propcrtj owned by them
for the period beginning In I90j, and
ho claims that $10,000,000 could bo
added to tho revenue of tho county
If tho legal penalty should be added.
Tho association gao notice to the
board of rovluw of Its Intention to tllo
with the Circuit Court of Cook county
mundamtiB proceedings to compel that
body to assess the stock of foreign
corporations held by residents, of this
In behalf of tho board of review.
Fred W. Upham snlil that tho board
llxcd tho taxes as tho ovldcnco It
hud In Its possession would warrant.
Tho list submitted by tho Tax Jlo
form Leaglto gives the following hold
ings for thu richest men named:
Edward Morris, $39,919,700; J. Og
den Armour, $32,119,700; Joy Morton,
$0,000,000; Arthur Meeker. $:..370.000;
John J Mitchell. $1.0211,000; iJittis V.
Swift. $.ri,i29,oo:; i: r. swift, $r.,03B,-
Other inniuro listed as owning
foreign corporation Block n'lued nt
from $(,000,uoo down u,$230,000.
i:i ,t: iilii -ifir-lrrii
Rat and Roach Paste
I. bt.tautf ffuetM4 ut tthmluu ru.
mlr, KMkTncn, wtrtmt,, tte.
ttrir for at. BMI.T then trtr. fof tt
arlTt rtt. nd nlra oat of th hot... l dl.
Mfir .k it it taut.
I M. Ml tV II rc lii II M. RoM hf drafftltU
or tol xr... pro. I. on rftlpt I pile.
STtisnf utcTiie nttt co cmtuo, m.
WANT LAND IN
11 1 1.O, Hawaii, Aug 18 Supervisor
Norman K. I.yninn returned Inst Wed
nesday from Honolulu. Ho went to
the capital on u lljlng trip mainly
to attend to business connected with
the tiaycty Theater, but nt tho same
time ho tiMtlled himself of the oppor
tunity to consult with I'lnrciico Ash
lord, the attorney who has for some
tltuo past been representing the gtottp
of County ofTlclnlg nnd others who nro
seeking to get some public lnnd In
It will be remembered that several
petitions were sent to the Commis
sioner of Public hands by the County
ulllclnls, nsklng for the opening of
the Innds of Kitlnlmanu, Knwiilnu!
and Kniele, nil In South Hllo district.
The Inst of these, which was sent n
couple of months ago, was signed by
thirty-six petitioners. Slnco that tlmo
the petitioners have been waiting pa
tlently, but there has been nothing
doing, nnd the recently published ad
tcrtlscmcnt of public lands to be
opened In tho llrst big drnwlng makes
no mention of the lands referred to.
Ashford ndvlsed layman that Innd
Commissioner Mnrston Campbell hnd
ruled that all applications for tho
opening of public lands must be made
on the olllclnl forms provided by tho
department, nnd for this reason the
petitioners had better apply ngaln,
this tlmo on tho ollklal forms. I.y
mtin on his return so Informed his
associates, and as n result n bunch
of petitions Is being sent to Hono
lulu In the form prescribed by Camp
bell. As the lands In uuontlun havo
not as yet been survm'd, It will uev-
eesnrlly take some time before they
can bo placed on the market, but tho
Connty olllcluls who wish to bo small
farmers hope tint no)y that they havo
compiled with tho demands of tho
Commissioner It will not be long be
fore they will hate u chance to get
back to tho land. In the mean time
they hae Instructed Ashford to watch
out for their Interests In Honolulu.
In tho mean time tho announcement
showing tho lands which are to bo
opened on this Island In tho coming
great drawing has not been received
with such it great burst of Joy us It
would seem on first sight Unit it
merited. Lyman, as well us the others
about the County building who tnko
an Interest in public land matters,
lire decidedly disgusted with tho lands
which lire being offered. They claim
that, with the cxcoptlon of tho lands
which are being opened nt Papnloa,
tho lots offered are worthless for set
tlement purposes; most of them will
require expensive clearing and on oth
ers the condition of the soil Is cry
poor Tho Papaloa lands, they say,
aro very good, Indeed, but they find
that tho slzu Into which theso lots
haw been cut, ranging from eight to
fourteen acres, Is unsatisfactory, and
they will Insist that tho enno lands at
KnlcIc, Kulalmanu and Wawulnul bu
opened in Inrger areas per lot.
Tho Hawaiian band will gvo a
public moonlight concert at Thomas
Square; thin ovcnlng, beginning nt
7.20. Following Is tho program:
March Tho DqrMgllerl.. .Hllonberg
Overture Tho Smuggler's llrido. .
. ,1 Ilohm
Intermezzo Tho (Jucen of tho '
Selection Tho Operatic Mirror. .
Vocal Hawaiian Songs
Ar. by Ilcrgor,
Harry I.uuder'a Scotch Molodlos.
Waltz Tito SlreitH .... Wnultcufel
rinalo A Oood Kiss Cooto
The Star Spangled Ilanner.
It Isn't dilllcull tor u man to see his
affinity In it woman with un oboso
Occnslonully wo moot a man whose
train of thought reminds us of a row
of Hat cars
Authotltles say jou aro Incurable
If ott hae hnd "kidney trouble'
ilnlUmmatlon of tho Mdnos) over
six months: deaths now uearl !io
000 a loar Call for free diet list
and pamphlet that may prolong or
sne your life.
HONOLULU DRUG CO., LTD.
'""'" " " ' -&--""-'" -"'
WANTED A HCSIIANI) Must he
tall and slender and hac extreme-
Ij long arms. Applicant call In
person, "Jolly Trlxic," world's fat
test girl, good looking, Jolly nnd
fat, weight, fl8f pounds; age. 22
ears. Now on exhibition. Aloha
l'ark. Hotel street.
YANTi:i) A WIFK Must hac lots
of money, and know how to iooK
lots of good things to eat Ap
pllcnnt mil lit pel son, "Haby
IlllM." world's fattest boy; good
natured, Jolly nnd fat; weight,
BOG pounds; age, IS )cars. Now
on exhibition. Aloha l'ark. Hotel
Sublnspcctors (dredging) at $3.00
per dlcm. A competitive exami
nation will be held September 8,
1910, for the purpose of cstnb
llshlng an ollglblo register of sub
Inspector's (dredging) nt $3 CO
per dlcm. For further Informa
tion address "Commandant. Naval
Station, Hawaii, Honolulu, T. II."
Stenographer (substitute). Immedi
ately, for law work, for n oouple
of weeks. Must be competent. Ap
ply Room 4, Kaplolanl building.
Everybody to use the large nickel
pad for school and figuring use.
Two hundred sheets of good paper
for Ave cents, at this office. t(
Have jour hat cleaned by the Expert
Hat Cleaners, 1123 Fort St., opp.
Club Stables. Ilest workmanship;
no acids used. 4669-tf
Second-hand wagon or dray. State
price. Apply I. O, Ilox 749.
Position on books by energetic young
man. Address "II. B.' this or
Anything of value bought for cash.
Address or call 1117 Fort street.
rags at the Bulletin
j 88 Cook BgBehool. Families or
Jolju ,upptcd wIih cookB. c.'M.'
Mntsle. 14G7 Auld Lane. Tel. 1664
A placo to run In nnd settle the
dust of n long trip to the country.
Wnlpahti Kxchnnge, 10 minutes
from Hnlclwn road.
Japanese Employment Association.
Maunakea near Assl Tttiater. Call
up phone 97 If you want a cock,
good boy or servants.
EYE EAR N0SE- THROAT
31-32-33-34 Young Building
DR. ROGERS 11 to land 3 to 5
Sundays 0 to 11
Other Hours by Appointment
We have a large variety of
Tripods, in wood and metal,
ranging in price from 70o to
Photo Supply Co.
FORT, NEAR HOTEL
YE ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOP
Fort below King Street
FILMS AND CAMERAS
Dlank books of nil Boris, ledgers
etc, manufactured by the U u 1 1 e 1 1 r
, ..- - -k
New furnished cottages nt Walklkl
lleach Kates root-unable. Oood
bathing. Cresroty s. 2" 11 Kallu
road, next to Cnsslth a.
Furnished rooms cool nt-d plcniant
In private family. Apply Mrs.
F. L. Schmidt, prop Alapal Bt ,
No. 1038, near King, 4G39-U
Furnished rooms cool nnd plc.isatu
12&S 5IIlcr street, I'otlngo C.
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mrs.
D. McConnell, 1223 Kmma 8.
ROOMS AND BOARD.
Cool furnishes rooms nttd cottages,
with board 10,11 .Nuil.inu A)e.
lic.tr Sthool St I'rkcs moderate.
Tho Trunso enve'opo a time-saving
Invention. No addraialng neces
sary In tending out bills or re
ceipts, llulletln Publishing Co.,
sole agents for patentee. tl
Op No. 1 Hansome concrete mixer
No. Ij-226 (new), complete, Villi
ttucks, etc. II. S. (Iray, C32 Fort
street; P. O. Ilox St 9.
Selected Caravonlea wool cotton
seed. A. V. Ocar, 1214 Fort St.
1. O. Ilox 401. 4093-tt
as now. Apply
"S.' this office.
Inter-Island and Oahu Railroad ship
ping book, at Bulletin offlce. tl
Two pointer dogs. Telephono 1308.
Around tho Island, four or more pas
sengers, $6 each. Independent
Auto Stand. Special rates by tho
hour. Phone 009. 4077-tf
For hire, seven-seated Packard;
phone 199. Young Hotel Btand;
Chas. neynolds. 4640-lt
City Clothes Cleaning Co., No. 4 Ma
sonic Temple. Alakea "St. Clothes
called for and delivered.
All kinds of laborers furnished; Ktn
slnn society. Address Conn I'lio
inlcheo, general delivery.
I fee ting Kee-Plnmber and Tinsmitk,
umiui tic, Dei. uoiei sou rsuiqi.
175 BERETANIA STREET
F. E. DAVIS,
Merchant and Nuuanu Streets
HAWAIIAN FISHERY, LTD.
King Street Fish Market
is Sanitary, Attractive and Clean..
Have your Plumbing done by
183 MERCHANT STREET
CIGAR NOW 5o
M. A. GUNST & CO.
On Easy Monthly Payments
BERGSTR0M MUSIC CO., LTD,
AND OTHER PIANOS
Tliayor Piano Co.
160 Hotel St. Phone 218.
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