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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, ,T II., SATUIIDAY SEPT 1 1M0
mid every precaution
taken to instit c abiO.
MILK 121jo A QUART
Fort Street, Oppoitte Catholic Church
Dunn's Hat Shop,
IMPORTERS and DESIGNERS
New Fall Millinery
MISS POWER'S MILLINERY
Boiton Building Fort Street
LEADING EAT CLEANERS.
All Kindt of Hati Cleaned and
No Acidi Uied. Worlf Quarttitted
FELIX TURRO, Soecialiit,
1104 Fort Street. Opp. Content
Honolulu. T, H.
Orders Taken (or
MRS. KEARNS' ISLAND FRUIT
THOMAS' SLICED PINEAPPLES
MISS WOODWARD.,., . ., .Fort Street
YEE CHAN & CO.
Bethel and Kintf Streets'
Always Something New at
YAT HING STORE
Importers and dealers in Fancy
Dry Ooods, Oriental Silks and dents'
Furnishings, Trunks, Suit Cases, etc.
HOTEL ST OPP. THE EMPIRE
FANCY DRY GOODS
Wah Ying Chorig Co.,
King 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.
fox Gifts at
Wing On Chong's,
Bethel St, Between King and Hottl
? IMPORTERS OF ORIENTAL
WING WO TA1 & CO.
041 Nuuanu Street
i And Cloth of Al Quality Can be
h. Purchased from
MO OANDLESS BLDG.
E 0. Box 001 Telephone 1731
Meat Market and Importers.
C. Q. Yee Hop & Co,
S. MIYAMOTO .
Contractor for Building, Stone and
Cement Work, Painting, Paperhang-
Ho, 1310 I.II.IHA BT Cor, Kukut,
i Kmiim Street, abovt UrrtUnli
tfew BIQY0I.ES nrilvrd for mcIii
ami mm mo. l'rcM, $30 up u
I'M, vvflliout fU. )Uilrlltf mill
f( llriiiK done "tly.
of the latcit produc
tions of the best Amer
ican factories such ns
is pleasing and will
stand the test of the
most exacting is ar
riving by nearly eveiy
113 HOTEL STREET
Supplies & Repairing
Your mctune will be ready foi
ton when we say it will be. We
lou't experiment on autoi; wt rtaali
Von Hamm- Young
uexanp;b youno BuixiiniB
"The But-Built Car in America"
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.. LTD.
J. W. KERSHNIB
Auto Tire Repairing
1177 Alakea St.
IMPORTED and ISLAND
Chemical fc'ngines and
For Sale by
J. A. OILMAN
THE RENEAR CO.
ALOAROBA BEAN MILLS
Chos. R. Frazier
Phone 1371 122 King St.
For the Beit SODAS, OINUER ALE
and DISTILLED WATER, telephone
llluiik imiiltH n( nil miru HVrt,
Ho, iiuiiiiruiiiiii iy Dm II ill I nil)'
San Francisco HijjelslSAYS ROOSEVELT
Oeary Street, above Union Squire
JiutoppotlM Hotel St. Ff.odt
European Plan $1,60 s day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnlib
Iiigscost $200,000. nigh class hotel
at moderate rates. Centerof theatre
all trains and steamers. Send for
booklet with map of San Francluto.
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
address, "Trawets." ABC Code.
The drink of those who know that
it is the finest gin ever imported into
Made by P. Locpuyt & Co , in
Delivered to any part of the city,
PRICE, $2.00 A BOTTLE
ROSA & CO.,
, Alakea, and Queen Streets
FTER the moving.
drop into the CRI
TERION for a cold
glass of beer served
as only the CRI
Corner Hotel and Bethel Sts.
C. A. PEACOCK Prop.
FOR A FEW DAYS AND RENEW
YOUR ENERGY. SERVICE AND
First-Class Familv Hotel
Best Bathing on the Beach
W, 0. BERGIN. Prop.
Sachs Block. Fort and BeretanU Sts.
Fine furnished rooms, $1 per day
1)0 and uuwards uer month. Sulan-
MRS, C. A. BLAI8DELL. Pro.
Cream Pure Rye
Sold bv .
LOVEJOY AND CO.
FOR SALE AT ALL BAR!
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25c. per
hundred in 10-lb, lots
W. 0. BARNHART
133 Merchant Street
Telephone 14 CO
Manufactured from pur dlitllltd vat
tr, Dilivtrsd to any part of city by
Oalui Ice & Electric Co.,
Ktwuln Telephone 1I8B
e.. , .. j .
llHlr I In l.'illlnrUI IImiuii I'liuiif
UIHR. II ii II rl III Mh'Iiii'm lldlic
IS TOO RABID
NKW YOltK. Sept. 2. William
llarncs Jr., Hepulillcan committee-(
man, publisher of the Albany Jour
nal, and acknowledged leader of the
Republican' machine In the State
since the passing 'of Timothy I, '
Woodruff's control, today stated In
an Interview that hysteria linn run
riot throughout the country and thntj
the nctlvlty of Insurgent reformers
hns become a menace to the nfel
of the country '
llarnes declared that Col. Iloose
velt's recent addresses have startled
thoughtful men. He said also that
level-headed men have been Impress
ed by ttoosevelt with the frightful
danger that lies In the probability
of his ascendency to the ower ami
position which he oilce held
HORRORS OF JAPAN'S FLOODS.
VICTOItlA. 11 C, 3ept. 2 The
first authoritative news regarding
the actual losses In life nnJ pioportyiCbamberi Drug Co.. Ltd.: lillo Drue
during the great Hood In Japan
reached this city today. According
to the report, the death ll.t ex-
ceeded one thousand drowned and
It fifteen prefectures there were
180,000 houses wrecked or swept
a Way and 1113 homed flooded
Altogether 359,350 acres
were Hooded and two mllllo
people were left homeless,
Several steamers were wrecked
NEW VoilK, Sept. 2. The great
cloaknmkers' strike w,as settled to
da), the, victory being won by the
strikers. Seventy thousand wnrk-J
erg, who were out nine months, re
turned to their places.
Ten million dollars Were Iijit In
Wages. The loss to the manufactur.
ers Was a hundred millions.
DICKINSON GOES TO HONGKONG.
MANILA, Sept. 2. Secretary or
Wur DIckliiEon and party departed
today on the transport. Crook for
Hongkong, en route toSiberla on
their round-the-world tour.
HOLMES GETS O00D JOB.
liBVErU-Y. Mass., Sept. 2. Pres
ident Taft today appointed Joseph
Austin Holmes director of the bu
reau of mines - , -
Ill.'ATJI OK KIMV.UII) ItOnnKIIK.
WAILUfCU, Maul, Sept. 2-DlstrJct
Magistrate Ed wur d II. Hodgors of Iji
hulna died there ut 8 o'clock Wednes
day etenlng, Atigust 31 of heinorrhngo
of the lungs, aged 32 juirs. Deceased
was born In Waltuku Aug. 1, 1878. Ills
lather was District .Magistrate of Wfll
luku District during tho '70s when
Hon II Kiilbelunlw ai the chief per
soriiigii of this town, it mernber of the
House of Nobles under the monarchy,
a titled prime, u district magistrate
and chief land owner to whom all the
luttUus look up for tutors, guidance
and protection On his mother's side
the deceased wus related, to the mis
sionaries, his grandfather having
cuiue to the Islands with the Hitch
locks and worked with them In somu
cupaclty at Kalauaaha, Molokal. Tho
father died longugo while the mother
dfed'ubout eight or nine years ago.
Deceased was educated at the old
Wu'lluku Union School under Prof. A.
Moore, at one time In charge of Iji
huluuluiiu Seminary, and futher of
Mrs. a. D. Ileupy of the Kalulanl
Home fur girls. After leaving bd.ool
lldle Itodger sturted life us a po
llceiuuu uuder SherlS U M. Uuldwln
and later ucted as station olerk, und
whuu Ceo. II. Cummlngs went out In
1VU3 Mr- Itodgers wus promoted lo h
sheriff's clerk, u position which ho
held with great credit until his up
polntiuciit us District Magistrate, of
I-uialna April 9, 1909.
He left a young wife, whom he mar
ried uouio live years ago, and two bis
ters, nephews und nieces and u host
of distant relatives A brother, Wal
demur, died last yeur, und the two liv
ing sisters ure Mrs Lliile Sumner
feld und Miss Zelle Hod ner j, principal
or Wulkapu school
Senator W. T Itoblnson went oer
to Lahulna Wednesday (nenlng and
brought Iliu remains to Walluku for
Interment. The funeral services Were
held In the Walluku Union church at
3:30 o'clock esterday afternoon,
Itevs. II. II. Dodg6 nnd I.. II. Kaume
helua otilclutlng Tho ihurch wus
tilled With the mourners und u large
number of friends The Wulluku po
lice uuder Deputy Sheriff Clement
Crowell und the Wulluku Plre Depart
ment, of which deceased wus u mem
ber, under Chltf Engineer J V.
elch, aUo turned out lluv Mr.
Dodge preuihed the funeral (.efmon
at tho church,
Tho pull bearers were selected from
the Plre Department und mmpilsed
the folluwIliKi Chief Eugliuer J P.
Welch, Assistant DiiKlueur ('bun Wll
iu, PnriniMii W I! Hul, Truumirer le
M Uuldwln, Dimi II Ciiiiiinliitis und
Clius Mke 'in lemulim wmu u
ul (lie Wullnkll lIHue) In lie
rmnlly idol, miu ui ulsii 'iiiii.m hU
ninlliDI, hiiiii und hiiitlim
II ii'M; IImIIi'IIh i err Mur
If Yotr Are Sickly
Just lit Hostetter's Stomath
Bitten' build"' up and' renew
the entire system, make the
stomach strong and healthy
and keep the bowels free from
constipation. It has done id
in huridreds of cases in the
past 57 vears and most cer
tainly will not fail you. Try
it to-day for Indl"est!on, Dvs
pepiia, Costiveuess, Bilious
ness, Headache and Malaria,
Fever and Amr Ask for
For mle by Benson, Bmlth Co.,
Ltd.: llolllster Drug- Co.. Ltd.:
Co.; and at all Wholesala l.lq'ior
-Ji SUNDAY SERVICES
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The lervicej at the Adventlst
church oh the Sabbath will be: Sab
bath school ut in a. m., led by the
superintendent, Mrs. Lena E. Wil
liams; subject, ".fetus Comforts Ills
Preaching by the pas-
tor at 11 n. m.; Bubject, "Are Wo
Palthful?" Oahu Prison meeting at
3 p m , conducted by Mrs. Wil
liams. Sunday evening at 7.30 there
will be a children's nleetlng and
ctereoptUon views of lllbllcal scenes
arid n study of the life of Christ
All are cordlall) Invited to at
tend these services.
I'K.Vrini, U.MON' CIIIIKCII.
At the Sunday morning service at
11 ii. m. Itev. Ilowland II Dodge, pus
tor of the Wulluku Union Church,
Muul, will preach,
In the evening at 7 30 Itev. A, A.
bbersole, the, assistant minister. His
subject will be "The, Supreme Folly.'1
The male quartet will sing ut both
Next Wednesday evenlug tho assist
mil minister will begin a series of
studies on the Sermon on the Mount.
At this first meeting ha will take up
the body of Christ's teaching us n
whole At each successle meeting
some definite portion of It.
Everyone In the city who I not
connected with nny other church hero
14 urged to uiuko Cntrul' UnlAii
Church his church homo You will
lie most welcome at anv or all of its
The 1'lrt.t Methodist Episcopal
Ch'urcli, corner lleietunla avenue and
Sillier street, J. T Jones, pastor.
Class-meeting, !i o'clock; William
Sunday School, 9 45; It II, Trent,
Mprnlrig worship, 11 a m Sermon
by the pastor; subject, "True Pi lend
ship." Epworth League, 7 o'clock. Topic,
"Chapter Hally Day;" Iiss Maud
Evening worship, 7:45 o'clock. Ser
mon by the pastor; subject, "Pick up
the Scrups," Speclul music by the
Prnyer-meellng, Weduesduy eve
ning; Mrs Acbtwh Smith, leader.
A most cordial Invitation Is extend
ed to ull not worshipping elsewhere
to Join us In thess services of wor
ship fiiitirvm.V niuiiciL
A. C McKeever. minister
9s4S, lilble Scbooli Win. a Dull,
1 1 u. m , sermon and comiiiuulou
H30, V, P. 8. C E; Miss LU1I0
7:30 p. in, sermon: subject, "Has
Cod Spoken to Man I"
All ure welcome
THE SALVATION ARMY.
Hall, corner Nuuniiu uveiiue and
King street, upstairs,
Sunday etenlng meeting, conduct
ed by the divisional officers, Major
und Mrs John Willis.
All uro welcome,
The KamaukuplU Junor Endnator
ers will meet with Iliu Suilor Endeuv
orer Society ut holf past six o'clock
Hunduy evening ut kuumukaplll
Church At seven o'clock Itev. W D
Wrstenclh will gltu u stureopllcon
lecture. This will bo 11 must htlpfu)
service und a cordial Imitation Is e.
tended to ull
TO CURE A COLD IN ONEDAY
Tako Uxutlvu Dromo 0uiniio
Tablets, t AH (ImuitUu rtfuml
tlio inotw" if It fulls 10 ttirti,
15 W. tJrov ttlfiii4iir i n
KIiiHM)VlflU,W,l M,V H A,
j - - - - i . .. i j ,. ,.
WANTED A WIPE- Must have lota
of money, and know how to cnolt
lots of good tiling to eat Ap
pllcniit call In pel eon, "ll.iliy
llllss,' will Ill's ruttest bo) , good
lutlued, Jolly and fut; weight,
6C pounds; age, IS t-urs Now
on exhibition, Aloha l'ark, Hotel
Anything of nlue bought for cash
Carlo, 1117 Port street
WANTED A IH'SIIAND Must be
tall unci slender and have extreme.
ly long arms. Applicant call In
person, "Jolly Trlxle," world's fat
test girl; good looking. Jolly and
fat; weight, 085 pnufids; nge, '11
years. Now ort exhibition, Aloha
Park, Hotel street.
Anything of value botight for cash
Carlo. 1117 Port ttreel
Young man, stenographer and col
lector. Must be energetic. Amer
ican or Ornuui preferred Ad
dress, Btntlng uge und salary ex
peeled, "Collector," llulletln of
Anything of ftlue bnuRht for cash
Carlo, ll 17 Port rtreet
Eterybody to know that the Wnl
palm Exchange has the best I In.
uors and tobacoi at Honolulu
prices. Ten minutes' run from
main road to Hwo.
Anything of nlue bought for cash
Carlo, 1117 Port street.
Everybody to u9 the large nickel
pad for school and figuring us.
Two hundred sheets of. good paper
for Ave cents, at this office. tr
Anything of value bought for cash.
Carlo, 1117 Port street.
Hate your hat cleaned by the Expert
Hat Cleaners, 1123 Kurt St., opp.
Club Stables. Uest workmanship;
no adds used, 4CC9-tf
Experienced marble worker State
experience and leave credentials,
"Z.", Uulletln, 4712-lf
(leneral store man and. solicitor
(live nge and experience. "Y.",
To buy n large outrigger arfoo. Ai,
ply Sergt. llahel. Purl "De" UuaSy,
To buy welt-hied Jersey cows A'd
dress "Jersey," this otIUe.
Anything of value, bought for cash,
Address or call 1117 Fort slree.
Cledn wiping rags at the Uulletln
Position by a young lady who has,
Just finished a course In stenogra
phy and bookkeeping. Address
"Stenographer'," this office.
Japanese'CooklngScbbol. Families or
hotels supplied with cooks. C. M.
Uatzle. 1467 Auld Lane. Tel. 1604.
Straed from pasture on Wilder ave
nue, a Jersey bull branded with
"It" on leg. Finder leturu to
1445 Keeaiimoku St ; phone 234ti
Sliver bangle. Owner ran have same
by proving properly and paying
for this ad. 4710-31
lapanrie Employment ftuociatfon
Maunakea near Asal Tittater. Cull
up Phone 2097 It )ou want u
cook, koikI boy or servants.
All kinds of laborers furnished; Itus
Blan society. Address (John I'ho
tnlclieo, general delivery,
Pioplii of open mind having DI11
biltii, or having friends who have,
tun hear of MMriullilug to Ihulr ud
vuulsgu II they will mil Helpful
dlel Iml free
HONOT.UMI llllUd CD . LTD
.1 11 mil 1 1
llluiik hooks ih (HI Hills, fnlsers,
Hi' limiilllaijlliml ,y the lili
I'ullelihoul Heights, iiewl, furnish
ed house, inouiiilto piiNit, cool;
sulalilc fm Jour single men Mrs
ll- P Nicholson, top of Summit
roul. corner School mid Emma.
Elegant new furnished and unfur
nished inttnges nt Wulklkl lleach.
(iood bathing und boating Cres
sat)', 2011 Kall.i road (next to
I'wu furuttbrd room.
I) te('ounll ll'il
'.onus 1 .
ROOMS AND BOARD.
Til): I.ELAND," 27 lleretnnla ave
nue Mosiiullo piiMif lanal rooms,
with or without board. Ever) thing
model 11, modur.ile prices Central
local i)ii Phone IJUX. Mrs. H.
Dlliklsge iuii 4711-tf'
Cool fiirnlihei, rooms and cottages,
with board KJI Nuuanu Ave,
near School St Pi Ices moderate.
4 160 If
F0H SALE. '
The Trunso euvr'ope a tluie-savlntf
mveutiuu. No addrtialug u.e...
sary lu sending nut bills' or re
ceipt, bulletin publishing Co..
sole agenta for patentee. 11
One No, 1 Itausome concrete mixer
No. L-2IJC (new), complete, with
trucks,;ejc. II. s. C-ray, 632 Port
street; P.'O, llox 549.
'Three-year-old saddle jiouy. D. O.
uumtnan's Harness shop, Hlcharda
and Merchant streets, '
Selected Caratonlca wool cotton
seed. A. V. Gear, 1214 Port St.
P, O. llox. 4P1, 4C93-tf
InteMsland and Oahu Itsllroad.iblp-
yiuic uuukk, ai iiuneiin omce, 11
Two pointer dogs. Telephone 1308.
Around the Island, four or more pas
sengers, p each. Independent
Auto Stand. Special rates by the
hour. Phone 2G09. 4"C77-tt
Kor hire, seven-seated Packard:
DhonciSJl. Young Hotel Staud;
Chos. Heynolds. 4640-11
City Clothes Cleaning Co., No. 4 Ma
sonic Temple, Alakea 81. Cloths
called fur and delivered.
. fee 8inK Kee--Plumber and TinimlUu
.mlth flt bet Hots! and PauaaiT
., n l SPECIALISTS
EYE' EAR NOSE THROAT
31-32-33-34 Young Building
DR. N0TTAGE.. .0 to 11 and 1 to3
DR. ROGERS.. .. 11 to land 3 to 5
Sunrtavi D to 11
Other Houn by Appointment
When your ejea tire after reading
a short time, they need attention.
ALFRED D. FAIRWEATHER T
MANUFACTURING OPTICIAN '
175 BEBETANIA STREET
WE RENT PIANOS
BERQSTROM MUSIC CO., LTD.
AND OTHER PIANOS
Tkuyor Piano Co,
'160 Hotel St, riione 2J13
liln lalaioi ami II l . sliiiiri
liisiks fur s'liii s lli I'j!u
iifllie, (Uv kimb
i l ail fci J ,. ,WW.
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