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113 HOTEL STREET
Supplies & Repairing
Your machine will be read; (or
jou when we lay It will b. We
don't experiment on autoi; wt riaair
Yon Hamm - Young
ALEXANDER YOUNG BU1XDIHB.
R. C. AXTELL
Sole Agent 1048 Alakca Street
"The Best-Built Car in America"
BCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
J. W. KEBSHNEB
Auto Tire Repairing
1177 Alakca St.
IMPORTED AND ISLAND FOR
The BICYCLE DEALER and RE
TA1RER, has moved to
I 180 KING STREET
New location Red front, near
Young lluilding. leiepnone zoio.
r Emma Street, above Beretania
JNew BICYCLES arrived for racing
and general use. Prices, $25 up to
J35. without brakes. Repairing and
ir-tirintr done neatlv.
Contractor for Building. Stone and
Cement Work, Tainting, JPaperhang
ing. No. 1310 LILIHA .RTic Cor. Knkni,
San Francisco Hotels
Geary Street, above Union Square
Juil eppwltt llot.l St. FmdcIi
European Plsn St.60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a da; up
Steel and brick structure, f urnUh.
I ngico't $200,000. HIrIicUm hotel
nt moderate rates Centetof theatre
ferrlngalloverclty. Omnlbui meets
all trains and.sleamcri. Send (or
booklet with hup olSanFranchco.
Hotel Stewart now recognized at
addres:, "Ttaweti." A 1J C Code.
TAKE A TWO DAY TEN-DOLLAR
AND THE PINEAPrLE COUNTRY
First-Class Famllv Hotel
Best Bathing on the Beach
W. 0. BEROtN. Prop.
Sachi Btook, Fort and Beretania Sti.
l'lne furnished rooms, 1 per day
I0 and upwnrds per month. Bpleo
MRS. 0. A. BLAISDELL, Prop.
Delivered to residence!
and offices at 25o, per
hundred in 10-lb. loti
W. 0, BARNHART
133 Merchant Street
Manufactured from pure distilled wat
er. Delivered to any part of city by
Oahu Ice & Electric Co.,
Kewalo Telephone 1128
Tor the Best SODAS, GINGER ALE
and DISTILLED WATER, telephone
Ryorof t's Fountain
SUMMER DAYS AND
Pau Ka liana
Tha New Phone Number
F. E. DAVIS,
Merchant and Nuuanu 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, & CO.
FOR YOUR GROCERIES, SEE
AMERICAN BROKERAGE CO.
03-05 King Street, near Maunakea
Phono 2291 Daily Delivery
HAWAIIAN FISHERY, LTD.
King Street Fish Market
DON'T STEP ON A RAT
To Kill It!
The taltit and tureit war In till rati.
mica and other vermin l to get from your
drugtUt a package ol the guaranteed
etlermlnitor, lileami' Mectrle ltat ami
Heady lor uiej belter than Ira pi, lor It
dilvri rati and mice out o( lha bouts to
die. Money back If It falli. Z-oi. hot 24e.j
18 oi. boi fl.QO. Tor Mia by drugiUli or
no I eipreu prepaid lo neareit eipreu
office no receipt of price.
Slearna' Kteclrie l'aila Co., Chicago, III.
Fort Street, Opposite Catholic Chnrcb
Dunn's Hat Shop,
IMPORTERS and DESIGNERS
arc conducted in connection with
the Rcady-to.Wcar Department,
Mrs. F. 5. Zeave, Modiste
07-C8 Young Building
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 20
LEADING HAT CLEANERS.
All Kinds of Hats Cleaned and
fTo Acids Used. Work Guaranteed
FELIX TURRO, Specialist,
1154 Fort Street. Opp. Convent.
Honolulu. T. H.
Fine Line of
At the New Hardware Store
CITY HARDWARE CO.
King and Nuuann Streets
Rain Choog Co.
Corner Fort and Beretania
Always Something New at
YAT HING STORE
Importers and dealers in 'Fancy
Dry Goods, 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,
-tc. 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
WING WO TAI & CO.
041 Nuuanu Street Phone 1020
And Cloth of Al Quality Can be
MO CANDLESS BLDG.
P. 0. Box 001" Telephone 1731
Heat Market and Importer.
C. Q. Yeeliop&Co.
A special carrier is at the Bui
le tin office every evening after
5:30 p, m.k to deliver the Bulle
tin to subscribers who fail to re
co'.ve it from the regular carrier.
Telephone 2250 and paper will bt
2185 editorial rooms 225G
hiihlucax ofilce. Tliiw lire Hie trie
phono numbers of the II u lift In.
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t.rtrlitP.J I'res fiiM. i
BAItATOOA. Sept, 27 ' I l.cat the
Old Guard to n (runic said Theo-j
doro HpoiAVcIt today. foiinwing the'
final clash between lain ndli"ients and
those nf I ho opposition In Hie- Htntn
((invention iinw In rcRrr- hero.
The former President's words npt
iloerrlhp the condition or the Old
(liinnl. who worn rierlslvelv defent
rd In their attempt lo seat Vlro.
President Sherman as temporary
rhaliiiian. n iiosltlon that Hnosevelt
wauled for himself. The prellml
tinr test vntPH sbnwoil ilint the
Itoosovolt party had coiiimI n ml tho
vote for temporary rbnlrm.ni prnvpit
It. tho result being: Fur Itoor-evclt,
"ifiT: for Sherin.in. 41."..
Throughout the day theie were
many acrimonious speeches madp,
and blimp ami Jeers gieeted the
chairman at times and others of tho
speakers, pandemonium reigning at
frequent Intcrvnis, dospltp tho pffort
of thp chairman to preserve order.
Rnntevplt adroitly named tommlt
tecs of his own rolcctlnn. Including
Dip rommlttpp on resolutions, which
is expected now to bring In a report
favoring n resolution that the party
Dint form Include n plank favoring
the direct nomination of candidates,
which tho Old Guard has nlwas
stubbornly fought njul which they
ilafentcil In tho laBt Legislature In
suite of tho work of Governor
It Is now definitely settled that
Senator Kllhu Hoot will he tho per
manent chairman of tho ronvnntlon
and tbnt Timothy Woodruff will be
dcpoicd as chairman of the State
STRIKERS BATTLE POLICE.
IlKUMN, Sept. 27. Serious riots
tool, place today In Iho streets of
this city, the police chanting tho as
sembled mobs with swords and re
volvers. Several hundred strikers
and numerous policemen were In
imed during tho fighting.
TAFT DINES THE PRINCE.
"" VAS111NC,T0N D, C. Sept. 27.
President Taft gave nn olllalaUdln;
nor' tonight In honor of l'rlnco T'sal
llsun of the Chinese Imperial House,
LLOYD BOWERS DEAD.
1I08TON, Sept. 10. Hollcltor-Uon-cral
Lloyd V. lluwcrs, who was men
tinned ;ik a proh.thlc upimlnteo to the
l'lilled ti lutes Sutiremo Court bench,
Is (lead. Mr. Dowels auitcicd from
bronchitis, which followed nil opera
tion on his throat. 1'ienldeiit Tart
attended tho funeral.
Captain Ilorgor bus aitaiiged tho fnl
lowing program for toulght'it ha ml
concert at Aala Park:
Maicli Illlly rossiun ....... Thurbun
0orturo Light Cavalry Siippo
IntermoMo Tho Higglers .... Jlulne
Selection l.a Trnlatu Vcrdf
Vocal Hawaiian hoiiKs,.Ar. by Ilirgor
Selei'llon Tho Old Tow n l.ilders
luloimerzo l.ailylilid's llutluw.Moiet
Klnalo Tho Navv ' I'etbor
Tim Star RpiitiHlod Haulier.
Intcr-Ihland and O. It. ft I-. Shipping
hooks for Bale at tho 11 u 1 1 a 1 1 n
oftico, DOo each. - - -
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I'reparlnir lor Hip Trip.
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"It Is nlmoit llmo for men lo be go
ing," said Mrs. Iilnxlcy' culler, "for
(lenrge will be waiting lor hip and
mademoiselle will bo there In r.lte hi
our French lesson "
"1 didn't know )dil were stud)lliff
Krenrh,'' remarked Mrs. Illuxley.
"Vps, wee been taking lesson for
the last mouth We anil July 1, )oii
I should hardly think two months
of I'reneh would benefit you percept
Ibly," obsened Mrs. lllnxley.
"Hut we nro getting on beniitlfully,''
returned her friend. "Mndemolselle
Is the dearest thing How does she
work with us! 8he will carry n chnlr
nut of tho room, asking, In French of
course, "What nut I doing nowt And
wo answer her, 'You take out tho
chair.' Then she will bring tt back,
Inquiring, 'What am 1' doing now?'
nnd we reply, 'You bring In the chair,'
and so on. (Jeorgo snys she has car
ried nut nnd brought back eer)'l!ilng
In the room'excppt the piano. It's a
locly way to lenrn n language, for we
ore not bothered with books."
"You lire not golns, to cngago In the
business of moving furniture while
you ure abroad, ure you!" asked Mrs,
"Of course, not, but think of nil thn
words wo nre redding to our Frepch
If )oii arc nrfxtous to study French
In that way, It seems to mo It wyuld
be prnctlcul to have, your teacher rep
resent it dressmaker who has spoiled
n garment for you to learn to express
In it few emphntlc nnd incisive words
your intention to thrown the dress
back on her hands unless suitable
alterations ure made."
"Hut French dressmakers modistes
I suppose I should call them never
make mistakes," suggested the caller.
"l)on't they?" exclaimed Mrs. lllnx
ley. "If you could see n princess
gown that I bought In Paris, with a
back seam that started on tho right
path, but was lured to one Vide, you
would think Frencli modistes do make
"Then I shall . nsk mademoiselle
what to sny when one wants changes
made in u. dress," said the caller. "My
dear, if you had studied tho language
before you sailed you would have
saved yourself both money and vex
ation." "We hod three months of French
before we went over," replied Mrs.
lllnxley. "My husband bad studied
Latin In his youth, which ho said was
a groat help to him n shaking
French, and he was quite proud nf his
ability in that line before he went
to Frnnce. He hasn't mentioned It
"'Didn't ho know how to mako use
of his knowledge?"
"Ho lind a perfect genius for saying
tho wrong tiling," declared Mrs. lllnx
ley "Mo got us Into trouble mora
than oticp. One night when we wero
traveling through the south of Frnnce
Mr. lllnxley went to the, ticket olllco
to have our tickets vised when the
train stopped nt Nnrbonne, I believe
it was, 1 never did learn what bo
said, but several of tho officials came
to the window of our compartment
hi ungry as so many hornets, and all
talking at once. I thought of the
way tho Froncli people acted during
their revolution, and my blood ran
"flow did It end?" asked tho caller.
"There was u little Amorlcun wom
an asleep In one corner of our com
partment, who, nwukened by the
noise, spoke French so rapidly for u
few minutes that she must Imvo made
even thoso natives dizzy. She Boem-
ed to have explained whatever It was,
and they sjunk away without another
word. I asked her what It was, but
she wus grumpy and sleepy nnd not
Inclined to conversation.
"Ohln't you ask your husband what
he hud said to mako those men so
"Yes, but he did not seem to know.
He evidently had used the wrong
'"I will have mademolsello nrVance
u hypothetical nrgmnent with rnilwuy
nmclals, remarked tho caller thought
fully. "I would, advised Mrs. lllnxley,
"and bo suro to Imvo her oxplnln tho
difference between n 'Jupo' oi)d a
'Jupon,' for you will needs tho words
This conversation reminds mo of
a dream I had last night," said tho
caller. VI thought 1, was In I'urls
und that mademoiselle, dressed as a
tlght-ropo walker,) wus tripping gaily
over a wire that reached from tho
I-ouvro to tho l'lnco do In Concorde.
When slip caught sight of me sho
swung by ouo toe, calling out, 'What
am 1 doing now?'
"Thousands of people seemed to bo
waiting for my unswor. As I did not
kuow tho French word for swinging
and bad forgotten tho French word
for toe, I woke in great trepidation.
"It gets mi one's nerves dreadfully
to study a foreign language."
When the yellow streak begins to
work out of soiuo people they have n
tit of tho blues.
II u 1 1 e 1 1 n Editorial ltoom Phone
2185-- Millie tin limine- Ofiire
W A N T S
Thoroughly lomiwtpni soda water
man. ns manacei (live full pir
tlculnrs, slating experleii'e, age,
salary, referenres, etc . rotnpatiy
supplies home lie Apply l.lblie
Ico Co., I.lhiie Knual. 472"-tf
Everybody to uso the large nickel
pad for school aud figuring uie
Two hundred sheets of good paper
for live cents, at this office. tt
Have our bat cleaned by tho Kxpert
lint Cleaners, 1123 Fort St., opp.
Club Stables. Uest workmnushlp;
no acids used. 4C6H-tf
S00 watches that do nut keep time
Wm. I'ruchn, expert wutchmakcr,
Alakca street, near fins Co,
Young men to prcpara for better po
sitions nt Y. M. C. A. night school.
Call for catalogue today.
General store man and solicitor.
Give age and experience. "Y.",
Anything of value bought for cash.
Address or call 1117 Fort street.
Clean wiping rags at the Bulletin
Milliner nt K.- Uyeda's lint store.
American, aged 30, wants position
In office or as storekeeper or time,
keeper. Good references. Sober and
Industrious, City or country
"S.", llullelln. 4733-Ct
Japanese Cooking School, Families or
hotels supplied with cooks. C. M,
Matsle, HG7 Auld Lane. Tel. 1684
Lady's watch, open face; Oriental
brooch set with pearls and rubles;
near Novelty Theater. Suitable
reward If returned to lien VIse,
, Novelty Theater, 4733-Ct
About ten minutes' run from the
Haleiwa road, a large djsty
thirst, at the- Walpahu Exchange
Finder' please leave It there.
Illack cocker-spaniel dog; answers
to name of Hilly. Liberal reward
If returned to Margaret Center,
f 824 Qreen street, 4733-tf
Kxpcrlenccd drcssmnker; reasonable
prices. Alterlng-done. 1147 Smith
street, near Pauahl. 4732-Gt
MISS IlAY D. HEM Teacher of
Elocution, Oratory, Physical Cul
ture and Voice Culture. Studio:
1259 Lunalllo street. Phono 1342.
Around tho Island, four or more pas
songers, $6 each. Independent
Auto Stand. Special rates by the
hour. Phone 2609. 4677-tf
Phone 2609, nt Independent stand,
for Jim Pierce's 7-passangar Pre
mier car. - 4733-tf
For hire, saven-iaated Packard;
phone 2511. Young Hotel Stand;
Chas. Reynolds. 4540-tt
Javanese Employment Association.
uaunagea.near ami -jaiaier. wan
up Phone 2697 Is you want a
cook, good boy or servants.
City Clothes Cleaning Co., No. 4 Ma,
sonic Temple. Alakea St. Olothet
called for and delivered.
r inr Xea-PInmber and Tisumitk
mlth Bt., bet. Hotel and Fauakl.
QUIT WORK WHEN TOLD
THEY MUST NOT SMOKE
TACOMA..Vnsh., Sept. 14. Ke
cuuso they wore ordered not to smoke
nt their work In the Puget Siund
Navy Yurd, thirty-seven stonccutu.s
employed by C. J, Krlckson in shap.
Ing stone for the new drvdoek quit
work yesterday, Thoy were under
the Impression that the order had
been Issued by a foreman, .and be
lieved that a vigorous protest would
restoto to them the privilege ol
smoking on duty.
They later learned that tho order
had been Issued by the captMu of
(ho yard on authority of tho Navy
Department, and rattier tiinii taxe
Ibsue with Undo S.im thoy put their
pipes away und went back to work.
t t i
Small Freddy's maiiimu was bo
hoarse, ono morning that sjio could
scurcely speuk. "Why, mamma," said
lm Hutu rll,u- "wlint ii fihrn vnlrn
Large, elegantly furnlMird friiot
loom, suitable for one or two gen
tlemen; walking dis'nihp front
town: private residence Aildteaa
"II. W, IlllllPtlll nlllre
Hotel Delmotilco; under new man.
ngemont. Hooms by the day,
week or mouth. 1.10 lleretanln
street. Iteasotinblo rntce.
On Alew-n Heights, about October I,
a cottage. . L. Katon, lliillctlii
office, fro 12 to 1. 4l7-tt
fwo furnlihrd rooms. Apply Mr.
I) McConoell. 1223 Kmma B.
COTTAGES FOR RENT.
Cressnty's, 201 1 Knlln ltd. tnext
Cussldv's) tilcgnut, new, furnish,
ed nnd unfurnished cottages, at
. Wnlklkl Ileueh; with board, If de
sired. Good bathing and boating.
ROOMS AND BOARD.
'TUB Li:LAS'," C27 llerotnnln ave
nue. Mosqulto-proof lannl rooms,
with or without board, Kvcrvthlng
modern; moderate prices, Centrnl
location, Phone 1308. Mrs.'H.
Dinklage, prop. 4711-tt
Cool furplshes roams nnd cottnges,
with board, 1G34 Nuuanu Ave.,
near School St. Prices moderate.
The Tranao envelope a ttme-savlni
Invention. No addreislng neces
sary In sending out bills or re
ceipts, Bulletin Publishing Co.,
sols agents for; patentee, tt
One No. 1 Kansome concrete mixer
No. L-220 (new), complete, with
trucks, etc. II. S. Gray, 832 Fort
street; P. O. llox C49.
College Hills, olie block from car
line, cosy rroitse of IHo rooms,
partly furnished; $20. Post Of
fice llox 162. 4734-Ct
Victor talking machine, nnd records;
UBed only two mouths. Hargalu.
Address "Victor," this office,
Racing sulky, phaeton, riding saddle ,
and bridle. Address Mr. Kelly,
caro this paper, or telephone 2417.
Selected Caravanlcn wool cotton
seed. A. V. Oear, 1214 Fort Bt.
P. O. llox 404. 4G93-U
Single-cylinder, cnnopy.top Oldsmo
bilo; tr,0. Address "Olds," this
Inter-Island and Oahu Ilallroad ship
ping books,, at Kullatln once. tl
EYE EAR NOSE THROAT
31-32-33-34 Yonng Building
DR. N0TTAGE. . . .0 to 11 and 1 to 3
DR. ROGERS 11 to land 3 to 5
Sundays 0 to 11
Other Hours by Appointment
When your eyes tire after reading
short time, they &eed attention.
ALFRED D. FAIRWEATHER
Fort Street Harrison Block
170 BERETANIA STREET
S. E. Xiuoas
Masonic Building, corner Hotel and
The best Lenses in town to fit
Pianos for Rent
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.
AND OTHER PIANOS
Thayer Piano Co.
150 Hotel St, Phono 2313
I VeHTklj Hullellu 1 per jear.