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EVENING nOl.LETIN, HONOLULU, T. II, TUESDAY, SEPT. 13, lflll.
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nnd every precaution
taken to insure abso
MILK 121j.o A QUART
Fort Street, Opposite Catholic Church
Dunn's Hat Shop,
IMPORTERS nnd DESIONERS
New Fall Millinery
MISS POWER'S MILLINERY
Boston Buildinj Fort Street
LEADING HAT CLEANERS.
All Kindt of Hats Cleaned and
Ho Acids Used. Work Guaranteed
FELIX TORRO, icecialist,
1154 Fort Street. Opp. Convent
, Honolnb. T. Hr
MRS. KEAjtNS' ISLAND FRUIT
, - flnu,
THOMAS' SLICED PINEAPPLES ,
MISS WOODWARD. . . . w-iFort Street
Always Something New at
; YAT HING STORE
Importers andi 'dealers ini Fancy
Dry Goods, Oriental Silks and Gents'
Furnishint;avTninks,(Suit Cases, etc.
HOTEL ST., OPP. THE EMPIRE
FANCY DRY GOODS
Wah Ying Chong Co.,
King St., Ewa Fish Market
WING CHONG CO
a KING ST NEAR BETHEL
r Dealers in Furniture, Mattresses,
etc., etc. All kinds of KOA and MIS-
BION FURNITURE made to order.
T for Gifts at
Wing On Chong's,
. Bethel St'., Between King and Hotel
IMPORTERS OF ORIENTAL
WING W0 TAI & GO.
..041 Nuunnu Street Phono 1020
I And Cloth of Al Quality Can bo
MO OANDLESS BLDQ,
1 O. Box 001 Telephone 1731
Meat Market and Importers.
C. Q: Yec Hop & Co.
Con ti net or for Building-, Stone and
Cement Work, Fainting, Paperhang
ing. No. 1310 LILIHA ST., Cor. Kukui,
II. YOSHINAOA ,
Emma Street, above Hcretanla
New BICYCLES arrived fnr lacing
and gcurral use, Prices, $W up to
, 39, without brakes, Kepairliiic ami
re.tlrimr dona neatly-
Inixr Mmiil Mini HUM HhliipiiiM
Itutikn rui tiiti tit dm II it 1 1 ! 1 1 m
UiUl N, tiUt I'll. Il
llullrlln MlimW lluiim I'Iimiii1
tiTi imim nil iiwiiii iiiiiu
Is Good, but
We lmo tho lnttcr, who
wilt thoroughly understand
jour watclt wlicn It should
refuse to go.
113 HOTEL STREET
Supplies & Repairing
Your machine will he ready ioi
)on when we say it will be. W
lon't experiment ou autoi; wt rair
Von Hamm- Young
IT.EXAmnCB YOUNG BUrLDIHB.
PIERCE ARROW MOTOR CYCLE
R. C. AXTELL
Sole Agent 1048 Alakea Street
"The Best-Built Car in America"
SCHUMAN CABRIAGE CO.. LTD.
J. W. EERSHNIJt
Auto Tire Repairing
1177 Alakea St.
Horses for Sale
Work, Driving nnd Hack
The BICYCLE DEALER and RE-
FAIRER, has moved to
180 KING STREET,
New location Red front, near
Young Building, Telephone 2518.
Will do it
UlflAU HOW t
N. A, QVNIT 0 kKiHli
rmt Into th( hnm And
terms Into the home and
aro a iolilre menace to
II re, ft ml also the ere ate t
deatrojrers of proirty.
Rat 2"d Roach Paste
If a suro exterminator of rat,
mice, cockroaches and all t cr
niln. It U better than traps
It drUes them out of the house
Money lmck ITU full.
ii.ki!iii it t.wni.oo
BoMbjtlruFKUta or rrnl titrate mmI4
on recti pi rit jtice.
Slurai'tUctrUPitttCs. C Mem, III.
The drink of those who know that
it is the finest gin ever imported into
Made hy P. Loopuyt & Co., in
Delivered to any part of the city,
PRICE, $2.00 A BOTTLE
ROSA & CO.,
AJakea and Queen Streets
Sin Francisco Hotels
Geary Street, above Union Square
Just opposite Hotel St. Fr.ncli
European Plan S1.G0 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish,
lngs cost $200,000. nighclass hotel
atmoderate rates. Crnterof theatre
andretalldistrict. On car lines trans,
ferrlngallover city. Omnibuimeets
all trains and steamers. Send for
booklet with map of San Francisco.
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
address, "Trawets." ABC Code.
REGATTA DAY AT
WILL BE A PLEASANT ONE
First-Class Familv Hotel
Best Bathing on the Beads
W. C. BERGIN. Prop.
Sachs Block, Fort and Bcretania Sts.
i'iuo mruisueu rooms, n per day
10 and upwards ner month. Bnlen-
MRS. C. A. BLAISDELL, Prop.
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25c. per
hundred in 10-lb. lots
W. 0. BARNHART
133 Merchant Street
Manufactured (ram pure distilled wat.
er. Delivered to any part of city by
Oahu Ice & Electric Co.,
Kewnlo Telephone 1128
For the Best SODAS, GINGER ALE
and DISTILLED WATER, telephone
Ry croft's Fountain
HAWAIIAN FISHERY, LTD.
King Street Fish Market
MAY'S OLD KONA COFFEE
Beit In the Market
II U II Y MAY & 00.
VOIl YOUH miOMlUES, bj;k,
AMr.iur.AH jiiifwiiiiAnv. no.
ll'Qft KIhh Stircl, wm MhiiMh
Ym mi Dill; DfllVFiy
(Continued from Page 1.)
(AnKocluU'it t'rrsft Cable )
PORTLAND, Me., Sept. 12 For
tliu first time In thirty jcarB the
State of Maine has clotted u Demo
cratic (lovernor, Prederlck Plalsled,
tho Democratic candidates tor tho
chief cxecutlvcslilp of the Pino Trco
State, being elected by u plurality or
Tho Indications nro that Malno
will send a solid Democratic delega
tion to the national house. The
count at present Indicates that Con
gicssman I 12. Guernsey of the
Pourth District und Congressman E.
C. Ilurlclgh of tho Third lino been
defeated ,and It Is probable that Asli-
cr Hind, the candidate In Reed's otd
district, and Congressman Swascy
will also be defeated for reelection
by the Democratic Candidates.
The Maine Legislature Is now
PHOENIX, Seiit. 12. Tho first
elections hc.ld In Arizona since It at
tained Statehood resulted In u deci
sive victory for tho, Democrats. Ari
zona, ns a Territory, was stanchly
Democratic, but tho Republican lead
ers were trying to swing the State
Into tho other column, without sue
I- it is probable that tho Democrats
. have fifty-two delegates to the con
stitutional convention, against thlr.
The Democratic platform contains
planks calling for the Initiative and
referendum, the recall nnd the dl
lect primary In elections for Sena
tors. It Is probable that all thche
will be Incorporated In the constitu
tion when drafted.
BEEF TRUST KINGS INDICTED.
(.XnsoclnU'il I'rvus Ciiblc.)
CIIICACO, Sept. 12. The llietl
Kiitlou of tho beof nnd rofrlKcratqr
tuiBtB, which Iiiib been proceeding
steadily here under the direction of
the government, reBultftl today In
three Indlrtmentg IisIuk returned
ngnlnst the men prominent In the
parking business In Chicago.
The men aro charged with con
"piracy n restraint of trade, nnd .for
the coiiBequetit ireatlnn of a nionop
oly. I, P. Kdwards. Charles, Swift,
I'rnncl8 Powler, director of tho 8wlft
company: IMward T.llden, president
of tho National Parking Company:
J. Ogden Armour, Arthur Meeker,
general manager, nnd Thomas Con
nors, superintendent of the Armour
company, and Pdwnrd Morris and L.
O. Heymnn, mnnnger of tho Morris
Packing Company, are those who aro
IIHI1IUU 111 lilt! llllllllllicilin.
This is the M-cnnd attempt of the
government tn break up the alleged
beef trust which haH once escaped on
technlculltleH. Attorney - (loneral
Wtckersluim has directed the present
FLYING RECORDS SMASHED.
( Aimucliitiil l'rrHH Cable.)
vI10STO. Sept. 12. Mure records
were broken here at tho commence-'
mciit of the aviation meet today.
Halpli Johnstone. In a Wright! bi
plane, smashing both tho American
oiidurnnco and dUtance records In
ono tllght. He covered gcvepty-flve
miles In his machine, remaining In
tho ulr for throe hours, four minutes
and forty-four seconds. Graham
White, In a monoplane, mado thirty
four miles In. thlrty-thrco minutes.
DOTS AND DASHES.
V. W. Short, who takes tho greatest
Intqrcst in football, Is leaving Hono
lulu In tho near future. Ho used tn
reforco tho big games on the main
land between tho colleges. His study
of tho rules of football resulted In his
publishing u book on the subject.
Tho defeat of Mrs. Coulter did not
surprise many people In Honolulu, us
It was seen by tho games sbo put up
against the local men players that
sbo could not havo much chanco
against the tip-top women players of
The tdeath of Dick Stone, tho fam
ous bull dog, which occuried In tan
don ou September -t, wim a serious
loss to his owner, who was iiffeicd
the enormous sum of lUO.oou fnr the
animal Homo little tlmn before It died,
'Phi) Ottawa champion ttlulit may go
In llntiley nest ytiir, uiul then they
will liawi a ilianrn of i'iiuiiIhk
Hlialiist llm Mt oarsmen In tlm
IMPOSSIQUe TO PINO ANYTHINQ
ln'iiiT fur HiIwiIip. luM'Mt lu' nr
kilii'lit Hum I'itij I i.i m INtliikllliir
lll Hit' l.nan li' 11 l Ihw rlm-ip
t .l all 04imtM. lt, Mo HHtl m
- -. - - . .
I In -ufakvi nf lltM liiiw' hi ohhsI
Uv4 It illl tfv
IOME people like
freckles; other peo-
Those who don't like
them and want to get
rid of them should try
Shave down a cake of
Ivory Soap. Add just
cnoujrh water to dissolve
it Set on back of stove.
When thoroughly melted,
remove from the fire. Add
the juice of one lemon.
Beat hard for few mo
ments and pour into
moulds to harden. Use
just as you would use a
cake of toilet soap.
994Aoq Per Cent. Pure
UP FOR DIVORCE
Holds Wife a Prisoner Till
(Special Ilul let I ii CcrirnponibiK-c.)
HIM), Sept. 10. A divorce suit with
Homo sensational frills came up be
fore Judge Parsons last week. It Is
still pending. Tho llbellant Is a Jap
anese, named E. Sblrnlsbl, the owner
of a store on the maknl Bide of Pront
street. Ho sues Tsuen Fuji I Shlralshli
n rather prepossessing Japaneso lady,
for divorce, alleging that between tho
llfteenth and the twcnty-llfth of last
month the lady was guilty of serious
misconduct. One Asnyama Is named
I-iist Thursday morning the bomb
shell wai sprung when tbu father of
the lady, through his attorney, Carl
Smith, IlleilM motion In court asking
that Shlralsbl be ordered to produce
his wlfo tn court und that he bo or
dered to show cause why an order
should not Issue compelling him to
resist from restraining his wife from
her liberty In this motion it was Bet
forth that the father, on hearing that
his daughter Was being sued for ill
orce, hnd gone to see bi, and that
lie had been Informed by Shlralshl
that ho had tho lady In his custody
nnd that he would not allow her to
leave! his house until the divorce hnd
been granted. As n consequence she
had no access to either her friends
or to legal counsel.
Attorney Irwin, Shlrnlshl's counsel,
moved to strike out the mutton on the
grounds that It was not properly en
dorsed, nnd this was granted.
Smith contended that no petition
was necessary, anyhow Tho court
ho argued, of Its own motion, should
examine the woman and find out If
sbo were restrained of her liberty.
Ho added that fifteen minutes beforo
Shlralslil had attempted to wrest tho
woman from Smith's own counsel
chamber, and If the court took no no
tion alio would bo held a prisoner ns
soon us she left the court room. Ir
win said that that was not so.
Tho court. said that such proceduro
would bo 11 very novel one, and utter
argument It wus decided that Smith
should ftlo a proiierly endorsed 'pe
tition. A few hours later Smith filed
bis amended petition, but by this time.
Shlralshl had utterly disappeared, and
herilco could, ns a fm.(cr.ucncc, not
bo made on him.
SAMUEL RUMSEY IS DEAD
Passes Away at Los Angeles
' Ashes Aro Taken to
New York State,
Tho newh.of the ikalh of Samuel
Humsey has .been received in this city.
Mr.' Itumscy formerly resided In Ho
nolulu nnd was In tho employ of Ken-
son, Smith & Co, He leaves a widow,
Mrs, Kmma Forsyth Humsey, whom
ho married In Deiner. At tho time of
her marrlngo Mrs, Humsey was u
Mrs. Cnlcump Sho Is a great-granddaughter
of Governor Forsyth of
Georgia, whose name figures prom
inently In the Revolution Mr. Hum
sey ulso caino of revolutionary stock,
und tho two families wero connected
Mr. Rumsey'a ashes were burled In
the family lot at his old home at
Goshen, New- York. At this place his
family held a deed for five, hundred
acres from the continental go em
inent, having iKissi'ssed the laud for
threo hundred years. Ho was the sou
of Phlneus Humsey
Ho belonged to the order of the
Sons of the Amerliun devolution uiul
In the following lodge! I'iicIIIit
l.odk-1', No, H'. A P ami A, M I In
do) ill 11 CluipKir. No I, II A M , Ho
nolulu Cuiuiiuiiulcry, N11. I, K T . Ka
luehniueiii IiiIku n( I'flfri'lhlll, No I.
A anil A H II ; Nuumiu ('iiiHit
IImm ProU. Nil I, A uiul A H II , l.
lllillliii I iiniiill nf ItmliMh, No 1 A
MIUl A H II , IIUHil I'lUl-hliui N I .
I1 M A. WmllllWlMII, l . A bill
T(Hil. A A I) N M' M
k lMMNI ! 4mmI4w 1 iHim urn
m but MM rWsil fvt 4WHu
Competent freight clerk fur planta
tion wharr. .Must havo had expe
rience In handling men nnd bo of
sober habits. Apply by letter,
stating experience and salary ex
pected, to "r A. Schaefer & Co.,
Ltd,, Ilox 187, Honolulu.
Plve or six good men to mix con
crete. Hear of MId-Paclflc Insti
tute, on ground of College of Ha
waii. Come ready for work.
Everybody to use the large nickel
pad for school and figuring use.
Two hundred sheets of good paper
for Ave cents, at this offlce, tf
Havo your hat cleaned by tho Expert
Hat Cleaners, 1123 Port St., opp.
Club Stables. Dcst workmanship;
no acids used. 4669-tt
GOO .watches that do not keep time.
Wm. Pruchn, expert watchmaker,
Alakea street, near das Co,
Oeneinl storo man and solicitor.
Olvo ago and experience. "Y.",
To buy well-bicd Jersoy cows. Ad
dress ''Jersoy," this offlce.
Anything of value bought for cash.
Address or call 1117 Port street.
Anything of value bought for cash.
Address or call 1117 Fort street.
Clean wiping rags at the Bulletin
Japanese couple for liouso work;
small family. Address "It. P. 3.",
this office, stating wages.
Plantation blacKsmltli wanted. Apply
P. A. Schaefer & Co, 472J-U
Japanese Cooking School. Families or
hotels supplied with cooks, c. M.
Matiie. 14C7 AuldLane. .Tel. 16C4.
About ten minutes' run .from -.tho
Haleiwa joad. a Jargo dust);
thirst, at the walpahu Exchnnge,
Finder pleaso leave It there.
Purse containing money, ou board
Mauna Kea. Owner can have the
samo by calling at Ilulletln office,
proving property and paying or
A pig. Owner apply to Antone Jo
seph llencavltz, Deyton lane, off
l.lllha street. 4721-21
Gold biooch pin.
Owner call at this
McClure'a.and Everybody's, both, one
year, $2; Woman's Homo Compan
ion and McCluro's, 12; Delineator
and McOiure', both, one year,
11.70; Everybody's,, Delineator and
McQIure', 12.65; .McClure's, Wo
man's Home Companion, Delinea
tor, $2,55.1 Oahu Subscription
.Agency, P. O. Ilox 200. 4721-tf
MISS HAY 1). HELlr Teacher of
Elocution, Oratory, Physical Cul
ture and Voice Culture, Studio:
1259 Lunalllo street. Phono 1342.
Around .tho Island, four or more pas
sengers, $6 each. Independent
Auto Stand. Special rates by the
hour. Phono 2609. 4077-tf
For hire, wen-seated Packard;
phone 2511. Young Hotel Stand:
Chas. Tteynolds. 4540-tt
TtMUieii Employment AuooUm
JUaunakea near Assl TniaUr. Cat,
up Phono 2C97 la ou want a
cook, good boy or servants,
City Clothes Clsanloc Co,, No. 4 Ma
sonic Temple, Alakea St, Cloths
called for ami delivered,
Xtt ling Xci "FUmbir and Tlimltk
Urollb HI., bit. HottPand l'uL
JVK-KAH NOSli- THIIOAT
III !IJ.a:l:il Yuiiiiu HuiMliiif
N0TTAI1) 0 lulUnJ lull
)Mm. IIU Uiul iJIflS
U'l)f l II
9Vn 1 Al4IHllUilll
I.nrge, olegnutly furnished (rout
room, suitable for one or two gen
tlemen; walking dlstamo from
town; prhntc residence. Address
"II. V. ", Ilulletln office.
Hotol Dclmonlco; under new man
ngement. Rooms by tho day,
week or month. 130 llerctaiilu
street, lteasonablo rates.
On Alcwn Heights, about October 1,
a cottage. W. h. Katon, Ilulletln
office, fro 12 to 1. 4717-lf
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mr.
D. McConnell, 1223 Emma B.
COTTAGES FOR RENT.
Elegant, new, furnished nnd unfur
nished, at Walklkl llcach. (loixl
bathlog and boating. Crcwnty'u,
2011 Kalla ltd (next Cassldy's).
ROOMS AND BOARD.
'THE LEI.AND," 627 Derctanla avo
nuc. Mosqulto-proof lanal rooms,
with or without hoard. Every thlnR
modern; moderate prices. Central
location. Phpno 1303. Mrs. It.
Dlnklagc, prop. 4711-tf
Cool furnishes rooniB and cottages,
With board. 1C34 Nuuanu Ave,
near School St. Prices moderate.
The Transo envelope a tlme-savlnc
Invention. No addrulDg, neces
sary In sending out bills, or re
ceipts. Ilulletln Publishing Co.,
sole agents for patentee. tl
One No, 1 llansome concrete mixer
No. I.-22G (new), complete, Willi
trucks, etc. II. S. Oray, 5J2 Fort
street; 'P. O. Ilox G49.
Selected Caravonlcn wool cotton
seed. A. V. Gear, '1214 Fori St.
P. O. Ilox 404. 4C93-tt
Inttr-island and Oahu Railroad ship
ping books, at Bulletin oOci,, .. II
HORSES FOR SALE.,
Seen-jcar-old pnrer, nlso colt two
jears old, racing sulky, phaeton
and runabout. Address "tfellyi"
" rare this otflre, or telephone 2417.
Plnectnr Sales Co.'s offlce, SST, Kna
humanu (upstairs); tel, 1144. M.
E, Covington, sales mgr ; 10 to 11
and 3 to 4 dally 4720-Sw
When your eves tire after reading
a short time, the; need attention.
ALFRED D. FAIRWEATHER j
Masonio Building, corner Hotel and
The best Lenses in town to .fit
175 BERETANIA STREET,
For September ,
H E A R T H E M '
JERQSTROM MUSIC CO,, LTD.
AND OTHER PIANOS
Thnyor Piano Co, I
iso nii'i pi l'liuu win I
mi, 1 1.1 11 1, .i,j 11 11 n'i nkifWiiH
iHMlto I- Mil -1 ll- II till till
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