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will lliiiriiiit;lily understand
your wntrli when It rhimlil
refuse to n".
113 HOTEL STREET
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Supplies & Repairing
Yonr machins will be ready fox
jou when we say it will be. Wt
don't experiment on auto; wi Myall
Von Hamm - Young
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDIHB.
PIERCE -ARROW MOTOR-CYCLE
R. C. AXTELL
Sole Agent 1048 Alakea Street
"The Best-Built Car in America"
6CHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD,
J. W. KERSHNIR
Auto Tire Repairing
y 1177 Alakea St. Phone 2434
IMPORTED AND ISLAND FOR
The BICYCLE DEALER and RE-
PAIRER, lias moved to
I 180 KING STREET
New location Red front, near
Young Building. Telephone 2518.
" Tmmd CtrAf .TinvA Ttprefnnia
Jfew BICYCLES arrived for racing
and general use. Prices, $25 up to
35, without brakes, Repairing and
re-tiring done neatly.
' S. MIYAMOTO
Contractor for Building. Stone and
Cement Work, Fainting, Paperhang
No. 1310 LILIHA ST. "Corl ifukui,
San Francisco Hotels
Onry Stmt, abort Union Squire
Juil erpuirft llotrt SI. rnncli
Kuroptan PUn SI. 60 a day up
American PUn $3.00 day up
Sietland litlckilruclurf, furnliti
Ingscott $200,000. nighcUinliotel
atr'i'Wate rates. Center ofthratre
til trains mil steamers. Send (or
ooklet with map of San Francisco.
Hotel Stewart now rtcognlied as
Hawaiian Iiland headquarers. Cable
addre5, "Tiawtti." ABC Code.
TRY A WEEK AT
AND TRIM UP
First-Claw Family Hotel
Rett Bathing on the Beach
W. 0. BER01N. Prop.
Sachi Block, Fort and Beretania Sti.
fine rurmsned rooms, l per day
110 and upward, per month. Splen-
MRS. C. A. BLAIS2ELL. Proi.
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25c. per
hundred in 10-lb. lots
t W. 0. BARNHART
133 Merchant Street
Manufactured from pure distilled wit
er. Delivered to any part of city by
Oahu Ice & Electric Co.,
Kewalo Telephone 1128
For the Best SODAS, GINUER ALE
and DISTILLED WATER, telephone
Ry croft's Fountain
SUMMER DAYS AND
Pau Ka liana
Thz New Phone Number
F. E. DAVIS,
Merchant and Nuuann Streets
Orders Taken for
MRS. KEARNS' ISLAND FRUIT
THOMAS' SLICED PINEAPPLES
MISS WOODWARD Fort Street
MAY'S OLD KONA COFFEE
Best in the Market
HENRY MAY & 0 0.
FOR YOUR GROCERIES, SEE
AMERICAN BROKERAGE CO.
93-05 King Street, near Maunakea
Phone" 2,291 Daily Delivery
HAWAIIAN FISHERY, LTD.
King Street Fish Market
People nf Dpi it ni I inl having
tlrlght' l)lc.ip or ImvltiK frlpiut
who have, i. in hear ot something In
their advantage If they will rail 1t
our itmn. Helpful diet Hut free.
HONOLULU DllUQ CO . LTD.
ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOP
Young Hotel Building
FILMS AND' CAMERAS
Fnii Street, Opposite Catholio Church
Received by Sierra
LATEST STYLES OF TAILORED
Mrs. F. S. Zeave, Modiste
G7-C8 Young Building
Dunn's Hat Shop,
IMPORTERS and DESIGNERS
New Fall Millinery
MISS POWER'S MILLINERY
Boston Building Fort Street
LEADING HAT CLEANEBI.
All Kinds of Hats Cleaned ant
Ho Acids Used. Work Guaranteed.
'FELIX TURRO, Specialist,
1164 Fort Street. Opp. Convent.
Honolulu, T. Hi
Fine Line of
At the New Hardware Store
CITY HARDWARE CO.
King and Nuuanu Streets '
kam Chong Co.
Corner Fort and Beretania
Always Something New at
YAT I1ING STORE
Importers and dealers in Fancy
Dry Goods, Oriental Silks and Gents'
turmshings, iruniu, suit cases; etc,
HOTEL ST., OPP. THE EMPIRE
FANCY DRY GOODS
Wan Ying Chong 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.
for Gifts at
Wing On Chong's,
Bethel St., Between King and Hotel
IMPORTERS OF ORIENTAL
vVING WO TA1 & CO.
941 Nuuanu Street
And Cloth ofvAl Quality Can be
MG OANDLESS BLDG.
P, 0. Box 961 Telephone 1731
Heat Market and Importers.
C. Q. Yee Hop & Co.
the Bulletin office.
cards on ulo at
Prihlri Kin wo
(Continued from Tate 1.)
(.WVUll 1'tfn Crtt.l.
WASHINGTON, I). C, Sept, 22
A special agent of tlin I'nlted Statei
Treasury Department una been ills-
pntrlii'il tn Hun I'rnncltco fur t lio px
promt purpose nf Instituting n thor
ough Investigation nf the system lit
weighing iiiuI sampling sugar arriv
ing nt thnt port. This Investigation
la m.t rolled mi account nf nny Ir
regularities III tbe handling nf rnr
goes nor on account of any charges
against official" of tlio rustniiia ilo
partment. MEXICO STILL' CELEBRATING.
MKX1CO CITV, 8-t. 22. TIip tin.
tlninl imlvcnVty wn; InniiRiiivitcd
liore today. The dodlratlou (if this
Krnt Inatltiitlnn wim mAh nil liul-
ilntit tn til one iiiontli'a mnnater rel-
clirntlon of the hundredth miniver
anry of the nIeiendeiire of .Mexico,
llii-re tioinj? n cenernl scholarly nnd
lltprnr,v fostlvat In honor , of the oo-
rnrlon. I'realdent Dim mid Minister
Proaldent Dlnr. tomorrow ln- the
rornerstnnc of fhe new leglwlntlve
pnlnre the tnliitater of public works
Tomorrow nlRlit there will he In
vltntlonnl balla In the market hulld
IriRH tinder the miRplrea of the (om
ROOSEVELT CLAIMS MAJORITY.
OYSTKIl I1AV, Sept. 22. Colonel
Honsovclt predicts that he will win
the chairmanship of the New York
State convention to asuemule at Bar
ntoga on Tueeday next, declaring
that he will attain the oftlre by n
hundred majority.' He Is positive
that the orKanUatlon will he com
pelled lo Rive ground to the .pro.
Rrenslvca. The ex-I'realdent declines
to dlacusA the Storer controversy.
RUSSIAN CHOLERA INCREASING.
BT. rUTHIlSIIUHO.- Sept, 22.
Thlrty-alx liew rnaes of cholera hnvo
developed, thirty of tho vlctlme ily
Ing. A member of the flerman embassy
In ninoiiR those sufferlnR with tho
t . .
LIGHTNING KILLS FOUR.
COI.OIIADO SritlNfiS, Sept. 22.
Kour per.mig today lost their lives
In a severe thunderstorm, "lijlng
struck by llKhtnnR.
DISTRESS, IN ITALY; ,
CROPS ARE FAILURE
Peoolo! Riots an
ROMn, via tho rronllcr. Sept. 1.
In rrspnnso lo nppoal.1 for aid from
Ilnrt and other portH on tho Adriatic
mid even ns far south as HcrrIo, tho
government today Is shipping food
and cliiihlng for tho -poor and the
chamber of deputies Is preparing tb
vote "dlnti-ess grantB" for relief of the
people. Mounwlillo reiorts nAi bW
enmlng more frequent thai disorder
und riot hnvo occurred at many plncos,
owing to the 'distressful conditions.
The government whllo extending nld
has, nnnnunced that nny oullironk 'will
ho dealt vrllli summarily and that
troops hnvo been rushed to Iho affect
The causes nf tho distress nrn the
fnlluro of the vino hud olive crops,
iho destruction of homes by earth
quake- nnd the consequent famine pro
duced by lark of employment for the
masses. Aimed tn tins, cholera una
liecomo epidemic, liming enfcre,d the
Country from Odessa, ,
ngnlnat proprietary or advertised
medicines, ns the sulo of these rem
edies decrease their Incomes.
However this may bo, tho general
public Is benefited by tho use of such
standard medicines iib I.ydla E. 1'lnk
ham's Vegetable Compoiiiid, 'with Its
wonderful record ot thousands of
cures among suffering women. Wo
are very glad to say, however, that
there are hundreds of honest physl
clang In the United' States who 'do
not hestne to recommend such med
A special carrier is at the Bui
let in office every evening after
5:30 p. m., to deliver the Bulle
tin to subscribers who fail to re
ceive it from the regular carrier.
Telephone 2250 and paper will b
,11 ii I lei In Kdltorliil Ihiom Phone
2185. Ilulletln llimlurss Onlre
What Evirjf Wiman
OitM ti Kmw i!
V.ttn . IkU Mtkla. It mart tn.
MHiif m treti t at K-r t.imuiloa m
a r.r.l.l kntrkrrrr lito.ttu. mlt. rock.'
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l.t.ir aaiart.l4 kaof tk. rtlltbl.ti.t
? mlo.if lor all mala t tkli a.iuro-.
n. !-. nftin. n h ami rut. Tkit
lai. Ii rtMj l.r aaa nt n rt ud mlf.
Mil Dl tk. btfiM. to din. t'.l ! .Ink. &nd ntt
t?r t Mibi. nkrouktt and ur Mil
an "Irtd In, it. mornlM,
ounMUii, lixa nsMDrlr.nliK.rtriiiut..
sr wilt iirrtM f rtpila a xtnMA. ot irl.
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HANDY WAYOF A HU8DAND.
When J on have lime, Oeorge," said
Mrs. Andrews ono evening, "I wish
you would put nip that shelf In Iho
"It Is so haul to do anything nfter
dark," slglipil her husband. "If you
pan wait Mill Saturday afternoon I'll
do It then,"
""Thafs what you said last wwk.'
Mrs. Andrews remonstrated, "I wall
ed till Saturday nud then you said
you would put up thOjShcir when you
finished reading Hie pnper. Ily thnt
time you had rorgotten It."
"Well, then, I aupiiose It's up to me
to do It now' he said. "Where's the
"Out In the kitchen. Do you want
"You needn't stir," ho siild. gpner
onsly. "I can do It nil right."
In n 'few minutes after ho disap
peared his wife heard hid nMngetlc
tones. "I'm sorry to bother you." hij
sold; "hut where do you wnnt thnt
His wife could not count the num
ber of times sh liad told lilin she
wanted It put up over the sink, but
she went patiently and Indicated the
placo with her finger.
"Oh. seems to mo you did say some
thing about that," he acknowledged.
"It won't tnke me a minute, so you
needn't bother to wait when you're, so
She went back to her iwvvlnc nnd
bad taken several sltches, before he
called again. "Say,. 'do' you kiinw
where tbe mischief tho hammer's
''It Is In the tool drawer," she an
swered. "That Is. unless you'vo had
It since I put It away."
"It Isn't there,"' ho cried, triumph
antly. "I've already lookedjhere."
Mrs. Andrews went nut to"tho kltch
en, and hunted for tho missing ham
"It beats all how things get lost In
this hoiife," ho said. "Thnt girl Is
tho limit. It's sheer carelessness."
''That's what I've always said," Mrs.
Andrews agreed, sweetly ns sho (lull
od the hammer out from under tho
stove. "Hero It Is."
Her husband had the grace to
"That time I was stung." he said,
"I nsed tho hammer this morning to
pound n nail In my shoe, and t re-
member my foot struck It, n's I left
the room, sol must liavo kicked It
under Iho stove. Where aro the
"Aren't scrowa bettor?'1
"Screws)" ho exclaimed. "In that
wood? Nothing but long nails would
hold that shelf. I haven't the slight
est Idea where there are .any."
Mrs. Andrews found tho nails nnd
went bn'ck to her work.
"Alice!" her husband railed pre
sently. "Woujd you. mind holding the
shelf while I pound!"
'She 'went riiit' again and held it
while ho hammered away for deor
life. Sho was also properly sympa
thetic when tho noils bent.
"Thcro seemi tn ho a confriundefl
beam In thd way," tie said. I'll have
to Imre holca first. Yon go nnd sit
down nnd I'll call you when I need
Ho was ns good as his word, for
sho was scarcely seated when she
was summoned again,
"lio you know where tho hit Is?"
he asked. "I've lieen hunting nn age
8ho opened tho tool drawer nnd took
"Well, that beats all!" ho exclaim
ed. "I looked there. It must have
been under that box. It's very hard
to find anything with that box of nalla
Sho hail sewed a full seam when
she lookPd up and saw him standing
In (he itoorway.
"Yim wpro oulet." sho aald. "I
didn't hear you do much nammer
"I had in give It up.'' ho told heiJ.
"These nails aro worthless anil -i
knocked quite. a bit of plaster down
trying to make them stay In. I it get
better nalla and put It up somo oth
When his wife had taken core of
the tools and sent for tho girl to
sweep up tho plaster sho finished her
sewing without so much aa iT refer
ence to (he idielf. Indoed, It was
not mentioned again tor six weeks.
Then Andrews spoke of It himself.
"Great Scott!" ho cried, aghast, I'll
put Up that sbelf at once. I never
thought of It till I put my band Into
Thoroughly iohiKtcut soda water
mall, ns malinger, tlltu full pir
tlculats, sllillng experleme, axe.
salary, refeteiues, etc., compaiiy
supplies hriukc, etc Apply I.lhue
ho t'o., Llliue Kauai. 4727-U
Everybody to ui. the larj. nlckal
pad for school and flgurlnf use
Two hundred sheet, of good paper
for five cents, at thla office. tl
Have your hat cleaned by the Kxpert
Hat Cleanen, 1123 Kurt St., opp.
Club Stable l.'est workmanship;
no adds used. 4CC9-II
COO watches that do not keep time.
Wm. I'ruchn, expert watchmaker,
Alakea street, near Qas Co.
General storo man and solicitor
Glvo age and experience. "Y.'
Anything of value bought for cash,
Address or call 1117 l'ort street.
rags at tbe Bulletin
Milliner at K.
Uyeda's hat store.
A single man with experloWo as
mercantile nnd plantation book
keeper Is open for nn engagement.
Ileal of references can ho furnish
ed. Address "A. 8."", ihilletlh of
Japanese Cooking School. Families or
hotels supplied with cooks. C. M.
Matzle. 1467 Auld Lan.. Tel. 15(4.'
About ten minutes' run from the
Haleiwa road, a large dusty
thirst, at the Walpahu Uxchange
Kinder please leave It there.
McClure'a and Kverybody'e, both, one
year, $2; Woman's Homo Compan
ion and McClure's, $2; Delineator
and McClare's. both, one year,
$1.70; Kveryhody's, Delineator and
McClure', 12.S5: McCluro's, Wo-
n.nn'a lTnn,a PrtMnflnlnn 'TiallnitAa
tor, I2.GS, Oahu Subscription
Agency, I p, Dox 200. 4721-tf
MIS3 RAY D. IiEUr Teachor of
Elocution, Oratory, Wiyslcal. Cul
ture and Voice Culture; aUidloj
12C9 Lunalllo street. Phone 1342;
Around the Island, four or more pas
sengers, 10 each. Independent
Auto Stand. Special rates by the
hour. Phone 2C09. 4C77-tf
For hire, seven-seated Packard;
phono 2611. Young Hotel Stand:
Chas. Reynolds. 4640-tt
JaatJMM Eaas4cysaet AuoektiosL
Maunaaea near assi imaier. lmui
up Phone, CC97 Is you want
cook, good boy or servants.
City Clothes Cleaning Co., No. 41 Ma
onto Temple, Alakea St. Clothei
called (or and delivered..
ft tins; Xet-Flomber K&A TiuirJtk,
mun nt., oei. uotei-ana rauaii
my pocket Just now and found tho
nails I bought."
"Never mind1,"- sho said. "You are
pretty tired tonight, and anyhow Her
tlin and 'I put up that shelf with
screws six weeks ago."
GRACE VAN STUDDIF0RD
Comic Opera Star, Recently
Divorced, Owes Twenty
NEW YORK, Sept. 12. Grace V-ji
Studdlford, the comic opera star, who
returned to the stage seven or eight
years ago nfter her husbaud bad lost
his fortune In speculation, has tiled a
petition In bankruptcy. She owes
$20,904 and her assets uonslst o( $10
cash In the Hudson Trust Company
of this city, some furniture and cloth
ing that Is exempt, and her Interest In
some real estate and live stock at
Wellston, Mo., n suburb of St. I-ouls.
Uefore her marriage to Van Studdl
ford the actress was Graciu Qulve,
playing a small part with the Uoatou
lulls. Van Studdlford was n real es
tate speculator and turfman. A few
years nfter his marriage his real es
tute llrm was wiped out and ho Jind a
bad year on the' turf, Tim wlfu re
turnedjto the Binge ns a star In "Red
Feather" and wua u lilt.
l.irge, Pli'gnntly-fiirnlshcil float
Iijoiii, suitable for nh or two gen-tlfiin-n,
walking dlstatxe (mm
town; private ii-sldenie. Addiett
"II V. ". Ilulletln ntflrp.
Intel Deltnuiilco; under new man
agement, ltonms by tho day,
week or month. 130 lleretnnla
strert. lteasoiiablc rates.
On Atew.i Heights, nbout Dctolier 1,
a rottnge. W. I,, Katon, Ilulletln
offlce. fro 12 to 1. 4717-tf
rwo furnished roomt. Apply Mr.
D. McConnell, 111J Kmma .
COTTAOES FOR RENT.
rrpssnty's, 2011 Knlla Rd, (next
t'ossldy's) Elegant, new. furnish
ed and unfurnished cottages, at
Walklkl llejcli, with board, if de
sired. (IoimI bnllilng mid (mating-
ROOMS AND BOARD.
'THE I.EI.AND," 027 lleretnnla ave
nue. Mosqulto-proof lanal rooms,
with or without board. Everything
modern; moderate prices. Central
location. Phone 1308. Mrs. II.
Dlnklnge, pro-. 4711-tr
Cool furnishes roomt nnd cottngea,
with board, 1C34 Nuuanu Ave.,
near School St. Prices moderate.
The Transo envelope' a tlme-aavlni
Invention. No addreialng necea-ary-
In tending out bills or re
ceipts. Bulletin Publishing Co.,
sole agents for patentee. tl
One No. 1 Ransome concreto mixer
No. I.-220 (new), complete, with
trucks, etc. H. B. Grey. 832 Fort
street; P. O. llox G9.
Racing sulky, phaeton, riding saddle
und bridle. Address Mr. Kelly,
care this paper, or telephone 2417
Selected Caravonlca wool, vattoui
seed. A. V. Gear, 1214 Fort St.
P. O. Ilox 404. 4C93.U
Single-cylinder, cnnopy.top oidsmo
btlc; r-0. Address" "Olds," this
Intor-Itland and Oahu Railroad ship
ping books, at Bulletin offlce. tl
llnectaf'Sales Co.'s offlce. Stir, Kaa
humanii (upstairs); tel. 1144, M.
R .Qovlngton, sales mgr.; 10 to 11
aTidliiH dally. 4720-2W
EYE EAR NOSE THROAT
' 31-32--33-34 Young Building
DR. ROGERS lltolandStoS
Sundays 9 to 11
Other Hours by Appointment
When your eyes tire after reading
a short time, they r.eed attention,
ALFRED D. FAIRWEATHER
Fort Street Harrison Block
Masonio Building, corner Hotel and
The best Lenses in town to fit
Pianos for Rent
BERGSTROM MUSIC qO,'
AND OTHER PIANOS
15G Hotel St. Phone 2313
I DR.SCHURMANN I
I ( Osteopath I
I 175 BERETANIA STREET I