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Wo linvo, tho latter, who
will thoroughly understand
yoftr watch' when It should
rofuso to go.
113' HOTEL STIIEET
Supplies & Repairing
) Your Machine will U ready fo
1 you when we say it wiU be. W
don't experiment ou autoa; wi wjsjx
Von Hamm - Young
ALEXANDER YOUHQ BOTLPCTB.
PIERCE -ARROW MOTOR. CYCLE
R. C. AXTELL
Sole Agent 1018 Alakea Street
"The Beit-Built Car in America"
ECHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
J. W. KERSHNEB
Auto Tire Repairing
1177 Alakca St.
IMPORTED AND ISLAND TOR
The BICYCLE DEALER and RE
PAIRER, has moved to
180 KING STREET
New location Red front, near
Young Building. Telephone 2518.
Emma Street, above Beretania
New BICYCLES arrived for racing
and cmeral use. Prices, $25 up to
$35, without brakes. Repairing and
re-tirine done neatly.
Contractor for Building. Stona and
Cement Work, Fainting, Papcilmng
ing. No. 131G LILIHA ST., Cor. Kukri,"
San Francisco Hotels
Geary Street, above Union Square
Jim fpfesltt Hotel StFiandi
European Plan SI. 60 a day up
American Plan S3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish,
lugs cost $200,000. nightlass hotel
atmoderate rates. Center of theatre
andretalldistrlct. On carlines trans,
ferringallover city. Omnlbus'mcets
all trains and steamers. Send for
booklet with map of Sun Francisco.
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
address, "Ttawets." ABC Code.
TAKE A TWO-DAY TEN-DOLLAR
AND THE PINEAPPLE COUNTRY
First-Class Familv Hotel
Best Bathjng on the Bench
W. 0. BERGIN. Prop.
Sachs Block. Fort and Bcretania Sts.
riuo lurmsneu rooms, si per day
1)0 and upwards ner month. Rnlen-
MRS. C. A. BLAIS2ELL, Pro. .
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25c. per
hundred in 10-lb. lots
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
For the Best SODAS. GINGER ALE
and DISTILLED WATER, telephone
Ry croft's Fountain
SUMMER DAYS AND
Pau Ka Hana
Thz 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 & 00.
FOR YOUR OROCERIES. SEE
AMERICAN BROKERAGE CO.
93-95 King Street, near Maunakea
Phono 2291 Daily Delivery
HAWAIIAN FISHERY, LTD.
King Street Fish Market
The Good Housekeeper,
Will Sec That There Arc No Rots
w tocKroncncs in Her Home.
Nothtni Is moris Ultcnuragliiir to the cnreful
hoawkeerer than to hate ram. cockroachu 01 :
Other trtnln In tie. hnm. ......i.ii.. .... - I
bSYl,Uors. ...., .a.D.B,
Any annoyance of this kind l entirely need
less If she Kill ret it box efBtearns'KlectrlcItal
and Roach I'Mte, nhtch Mill drlta rats and nice
out ot tho nousa to die and rid the borne ot the
cockroach x la a alnglo nlvbt.
Breams Electric Paste told by drurelau or
lent nprnt jinwU on recoil ol price, a ot.
boi tic, to os. box tl 00.
, Stearns Electric Pasto.tM, Chlcaio. ill.
Fort Street, Opposite Catholic Church
Dunn's Hat Shop,
IMPORTERS and DESIGNERS
has on display. LINGERIE and
EVENING GOWNS ex S. S. Lurline
and will be pleased to receive pa
tros at her rooms. Hos. G7 and 08,
te.'ond floor, Young1 Hotel.
MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 20
LEADING HAT CLEANERS.
All Kinds of Hats Cleaned. and
.-To 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 Nuuanu Streets
Kani Chung Co.
Corner Fort and Beretania
Always Something New at
YAT HING STORE
Importers and dealers in Fancy
Dry Goods, Oriental Silks ind Gents'
Furnishings, Trunks, 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,
: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 TA1 & CO.
941 Nuuanu Street
And Cloth, of Al Quality Can be
MC OANDLESS BLDG.
P. 0, Box 9G1 Telephone 1731
Meat Market and Importer!.
C. 0. Yfee Hop & Co.
A snecial carrier is at the Bul
letin office every evening after
5:30 p. m to deliver the Bulle.
tin to subscribers who fail to re
co'.vo it from the regular carrier.
Tclephono 2250 and paper will be
t 2185 editorial rooms 2230
j us I ncs oi'llce. TliCM'.nrc tlm tile
photic iiutiiinrs of I lie II tt 1 1 1 1 u. .
Harvey-Elder1 Died From In
(Associated Irnm Cubic )
I.OS ANGELES, Oct. 2 Further
capitulation of tlio terrible tragedy
oiiacted In tho Tlines building early
Satttrjiy morning prove it to bo
less serious tut regards fatalities than
was first supposed, but ttdds to It
the lurldncss ot n dastardly plot
which It Is now believed was the
cause or tho holocaust.
Tho latest estimates plnco the dead
at tjventy-two, while n score of oth
ers lira Injtued. Among the dead
tiro threo of the assistant editors,
the pilrnto secretary of (leneral
Malinger Harry Chandler, and many
linotype operators. Tho greatest
destruction was wrought In tho cen
ter of tho linotype, battery, tho ma
chinists receiving the full brunt ot
tho terrlhlo discharge which wrecked
the entire building.
Tho I ulna of the Times building
huve cooled sufficiently to permit
tcarchors to commence operations.
Up to date flvo bodies, unrecogniz
able, have been taken out, and tho
death list, as revised, Is now twenty,
one. That Is supposed to be tho final
estimate, barring such deaths as may
occur among thoso suffering from In
Juries received In tho fire, of whom
there aro many.
Tho Ixm Angeles City Council has
raised tho previous reward ottered by
It to $10,000. No arrestH of Import
nil 20 havo been made yet, although
several suspects are being held
Tho police are guarding the homes
of (leneral Otis, president of tho
Times Mirror company, publisher of
tho Times, nnd Harry Chandler, tho
Other industrial plants In the city
that luivu been fighting hard. In co
operation with the Times against
unionism have been threatened and
more troublo Is feared. Several ot
the largo Iron firms nro among these.
William .1. Hums, tho famous de
tective who ran tho graft enses In
Bun Francisco to ginund for Fran
cis. J, Hener, has been -rent for to
tukn up tho rase on b.chtilf of .the
Times publishers, lie examined tho
ruins yesterday and nftcr n mlnuto
search doelnres that the cause ot
tho explosion was nftrogl) coring, one
cf the most deadly of explosives.
The entire staffs of tho municipal
police, tho tenuity sheriff's ofllco and
the district attorney's ofllco are at
wort; on tho case, spurred on by con
stantly rising public nnger. Up to
the present time hut ono Important
dls-ovcry has been made. Tho dy
mnilto which was discovered In Zee-
liandclaar's house had been brought
from the Owen's Klvpr Aqueduct,
tlm Immense 220-mlle-lnng ditch
which Is being constructed to con
voy water to I.os Angeles.
Tho above cablo refers to three as
sistant editors, no names being
given. It Is possible that Cj Harvey-
i:idcr, It. M. Whltnoy una AValter
Leonard nro tho threo referred to.
All have ninny friends liuHnwull.
COLLISION OF AEROPLANES.
MILAN. Oct. 2. Ono of tho
strangest accidents over recorded
thrilled tho populsco hero yesterday.
when, high In air, two aeroplanes
crushed together, ono of the daring
fliers being so Injured that ho must
die and the other sustaining serious
hurts. " v '
Aviators Dickson nnd Thomas,
whllo maundering aloft, brought
their machines together in u helpless
mix, both nlr machines falling Igjio
nitnously to tho earth, where hun
dreds rushed to extricate tho drivers
from the wreck.
MINE EXPLOSION KILLS MANY.
MONTEREY, Mcx Oct. 2. Hov-
enty-two Japanese nnd Mexican inl-j
mji-K are dead ut Cat, Oaxntu, as, tho
result of u terrlllu mine explosion
(hat occurred last Friday, On .lie,
count of tho llames raging within
the mine, rescuing parties are still
uiiahlo to enter and the bodies nro
jet within the mine.
IDEAD FROM INJURIES
LOS ANGELES, Oct. 2. 'Church
Ill Harvey-Elder, fortnorly city edi
tor of tho I'nclllc Commercial Ad
vertlsor, Honolulu, died ljero yester
day morning nt hulf-nnst ievon from
Injuries received In the explosion ot
tho Los Angeles Tillies building.
$30,000 UP TOR BIRDMEN.
CHICAGO, Oct. 2 Some of the
world's most renowned Hying mon,
n)ators of several nations, are gath
ering in this city preparatory to nt.
tempting -ti tccoid lllght from tUla
Cured 6y Lyilia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound
laltilnor Mil. 'Tor four years
my life wa$a misery ti me. 1 siittrti-d
ties,' terrible ilrng.
Wsi, mill that all
gone feeling In my
stomach. I had
given up liopo of
ever licln;? well
when 1 began to
I felt ns though
new life had been
given me, and I nut recommending It
to till my friends." Mm. W. S. Fhiiu,
19.18 Lniudowtio St.. ll.iltlmore. Mil.
Tlm most successful remedy in this
country for tho euro of nil forms of
fcm.ilo complaints Is I.yilln K. I'iuk.
haiu'.-t Vegetable, Compound. It has
stood tho teat of yc.ir ami to-day Is
more nlilplynnd successfully used than
any other female remedy. It has cured
thousands of women who havo been
troubled with displacements. Inflam
mation, ulceration, llhrohl tumors. Ir
regularities, periodic pains, backache,
that bearing-down feeling, llatnlency,
Indigestion, and nervous prostration,
after all other means bad failed.
1 f you are sulTerlng from any pf these
ailments, don't give up Iiok until yotl
have given I.ydl.i IJ. IMukham's Vege
tablo ('ompoitiul a trial.
If you would Ilko special ndvlco
write to IMrs. IMiiUlium, Iynn.
Muss., for it. Slio lius Kiililcil
tlioiittitnls to licnltli, frco of
city to New
York for n prlie of
TAFT EASY ON INSURGENTS.
NI.W YORK, Oct. 2. President
Tnft today delivered an nddress be
fore tho National Republican League.
Ills speech has occasioned a great
deal of comment, particularly for his
unexpected nnd unusually con llla
tor y tone toward the Insurgents.
Ni:V YOUK. Oct. 2 A lender
carrying one hundred bluejackets of
tho United States battleship Now
Hampshire, while returning to the
ship from shore, Bank yesterday In
the North Itlvcr. It is believed
thnt nt least twenty .of the nnvy men
LA F0LLETTE FOIH OPERATION.
HOCHKSTKIt. Minn.. Oct. 2.
Senator 1.3 Folletto on Tuesday next
.lylll underro a serious operation. He
will he operated on for gnllbtones
'and for nppendlrltls.
FUNST0N FOR LUZON COMMAND,
WASHINGTON, D. C, Oct. 2.
Oencral Fitnston will succeed flen
eral I'otts In the command of the
Department of Luzon, Phlllpplno Is
AVIATOR DIES EN ROUTE.
MI3TZ. Oct. 2. Aviator Haas has
met death Hying from Treves to this
Mr. Kenton Hind of Koliala enter-
lal'ned nt a stag dinner In honor of
Mr. Jack Hull. Among thoso present
were: Mr. John Hind, Mr. Henry
Hind. Mr. Akltin, Mr. II. C. Austin,
Mr. F. fc. 1'actow and Mr. Warren.
whether for a mansion or a cottage,' a single roqm or an
odd piece or so, think of HOPP'S.
Here you will find an assortment of dependable FUR
NITURE, RUGS, DRAPERIES and LACE CURTAINS at
prices that arc bound to interest you.
Our store is a public institution. You, don't have to
buy whenever you come here. Come to look. We'll thank
you for it.
J. HQPP & CO., LTD.,
THE HOUSE OF QUALITY
Kveryuudy to use the large nickel
pad for school and figuring use.
Two hundred sheets of good paper
for five ce'nts, at thls'olDce. tl
Have your hat cleaned by the Expert
Hat Cleaners, 1123 Fort St., opp.
Club Stables, liest workmanship;
no acids used. 4CS9-tf
COO watches that do not keep time.
Win. I'ruchn, expert watchmaker,
Alakea street, near Gas Co.
47 17-1 m
Gcneial store man nnd solicitor.
Olvo age nnd experience. "Y.",
fi00 bicycle tires to vulcanize. J.
W. Kershner, 1177 Alakca street.
Anything of vnltio bought for cash,
Address or call 1117 Fort street.
Clean wlplcg rags at tbe Bulletin
Millliicr at K. Uycda's hat store.
Japanese Cooking School. Families or
hotels supplied with cooks. C. M.
Matile. 1457 AuldLant. Tel. 1664.
About ten minutes' run from the
Hnlclwa road, a largo djsty
thirst, at the Walpahu Exchange.
Finder please leave, It there.
Dlack cocker-spaniel dog; answers
to name of Hilly. Liberal reward
If returned to Margaret Center,
821 Green street. 4733-tf
Memorandum book, between Young
Hotel nnd railroad wharf. Find
cr return to this offlce and receive
MIS3 HAY D. UEIL Teacher ot
Elocution, Oratory, Physical Cul
ture, and Voice Culture. Studio:
1259 Lunallld street. .Fhone 1342.
Around the Island, four or more pas
sengers, IG each. Independent
Auto Stand. Special rates by the
hour. Phono 2G09. 4677-tt
Up-to-date automobile trimmings" at
Hamman's California II artless
Shop, Junction Itlchnrds, Merchant
and King streets. 4736-tt
Phone 2C09, at Independent stand,
for Jim I'lerce's 7-passcnger Pre
mlcr car. 4733-tf
For hire, seven-seated Packard;
phone 2511. Young Hotel Stand:
Chas. Reynolds. 4540-tt
First-class livery turnouts nt rca
sonnblo rates. Torrltory Lhery
Stable, 348 King; phono 2535.
2185 editorial rooms 2256
business uflicf. These are the lelc
phone numbers of the II n 1 1 e 1 1 n.
185 KING STREET
Hotel Uclmonlco; under now man
agement. Hooms by tho day,
week or month. 130 llerctnnla
street, lteasonable rates.
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mr.
D. McConnell, 1223 Kmms 8.
COTTAGES F0R RENT.
t'rcssatj's. 2011 Kalla ltd. (next
Cassldy's) i;iegant, now, furnish
ed and unfurnished cottages, nt
Walklkl lleach; with board, If do
slrcd. Good bathing and boating.
ROOMS AND BOARD.
"THE LKLANB," C27 Ileretanla avc
line. Mnscjulto-proof lanai rooms,
with or without board. Everything
modern; moderate prices. Central
location. Phone l'JOS. ' Mrs. II.
Dlnklagc, prop. 4711-tt
Cool furnishes rooms and cottages,
with board. 1C3I Nuuanu Ave.,
near School St. l'rlcea moderate.
The Transo envelope a tlme-satln
invention. No addreislng neces
sary In sending out bills or :v
celpts. Uulletln Publishing Co..
sols agents for patentee. U
Ono No. 1 llnnsome concroto mixer
No. L-22C (new), complete, with
trucks, etc. II. S. Gray, 832 Fort
street; V. O. llox fi49.
TrI'color Scotch collie pups. Apply
Honolulu Soda Water Co., corner
llerctnnla and Nuuanu streets.
1 735-1 ni
Selected Caravonlca wool cot too
seed. A. V. dear, 1214 Fort StS
P. O. Ilox 404. 4C93-K
Single-cylinder, canopy top Oldsmo
blle; ISO. Address "Olds," this
office. 4724-tf '
Inter-Island and Oahu Railroad ship
ping books, at Bulletin office. ' tit
City Clothes Cleaning Co.f JCo,rl'Mu- -'
sonic Temple. Alakea SJ. Qlpthcs
railed for and delivered. Tel. 2007. i
reeling Xee-Plumber and Tinsmith,.
Smith St.. bet. Hotel and Paushl.
EYE -iAR NOSE THROAT
' 31-32-33-34 Young Building
DR. R00ERS 11 to land 3 to 5
Sundays 9 to 11
.Other Hours by Appointment
When your eyes tire after reading
a short time, the; need attention.
ALFRED D. FAIRWEATHER i
17S BERETANIA STREET
S. E. IiUcae
Masonic Building, corner Hotel and
The best Lenses in town to fit
inwjr c)c, sj
CIGAR NOW Bo
M. A. GUNST & CO. - Agents ,'
Pianos for Rent
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.
AND OTHER PIANOS
Tlinyer Piano Co.-' n !
150 Hotel St. Phone,2313 lJ
TUNING GUARANTEED, )
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