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K' 4 '" EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, JUNE 9, 1911.
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T. , ULiaaUU CYDnQITiniU AMFmiWTATinM New Hope for
K UOOQ OiU wines and liquors B?JffTuS9?7?lnrfVH LAlUuIIIUll lllU UllllIIIUll Sufferers from
Dotlled In Bond
JULES PcriCHAnna k. pils'
CALIFORNIA 'SPARKLINQ WINC3
We Deliver to Any Part of the City
ROSA & CO.,
Alakea and Queen Stteeti
TO BALE AT AIL BAR
Cream Pure Rye
LOVEJOY AND CO.
You'll find they're all good fel
"It's the Fashion
Hotel nr. Fort D. H. Daviei, Prop
I acific J
KINO AND NUUANU STREETS
von Hamm - Young
Pioneers and lenders in
the Automobile Business.
Agents for such well-Known cara
as Packard. Popo-Hnrtford, Slovens-
Duryea, Cadlllnc, Thomas Flyer,
Hulck, Overland, linker Electric, and
Supplies & Repairing
..For th. BE8T RENT CAR8 In.th.
city, ring up
0LD8M0BILE, No. 401
RENAULT, No. 404
LANDAULET, No. 530
C. H. BEHN
ECHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
CIGAR NOW 5(
M. A, OUNST A CO. Artnt.
Rugs & Draperies
J. Hopp & Co., Ltd.
. QAHU FURNITURE CO.
King 8treet, opposite Young Hotel
r, O, Box 810 mono 3033
Wc deliver to any part of the
Phono 2026. P. 0. Box 488
A boon to Infante
A milk easily digested
A safe hot-weather milk
Sick babies thrive on it
A necossity for bottle babios
A milk with improved keeping
Bottled and capped by sanitary
Bread Baked Daily
You can havo your order changed
daily and be supplied with any of
these varieties from
1134 NUUANU ST.
has the best Home-Made
Bread, German Pretzels and
Cofiee Cake. He sure and
ring up 2124.
1129 FORT STREET
Delivered to All Parts of City
With U A J
ORDERS ARE SERVED IN
Individual Meat and
BALTIMORE DAIRY LUNCH ROOM
May's Old Kona Coffee
Best In the Market
HENRY MAY &. CO.
F. E. DAVIS & CO.,
Merchant and Hnuanu Streets
The Best Milk You Can Uso
AT ALL DEALER8
FOR YOUR GROCERIES. SEE
AMERICAN BROKERAGE CO.
3-95 King Street, near Hanuakea
Phone 2291 Daily Delivery
Will Do It
on thin, pnlc children is
It makes them plump,
rosy, and active.
contains no drug, no alco
hol, nothing but the purest
and best ingredients to
make blood, bone and
B. & 8. COUGH AND CROUP 8YRUP
All affections of tlio rcsplnitory or
gans uro speedily helped tiy tlio uso of
tills old FAMILY MEUICINii
Prepared only by
BOERICKE & RUNYON CO.
PlttCU CO CI1KT3
For salo by nil Druggists.
NEW DRUG STORE
Well Stocked with Now Drugs and
SODA W ATI lit FOUNTAIN
HAWAII DRUG CO.
42 Hotel Street, at end of Bclliel
Had to Cable
Wo'ro talking of the popular
1 A Special F.P.K.
3 A F.P. Kodak
If you want n Kodak, try ono
of theso sizes.
Photo Supply Co.,
PLACE CARDS AND FAVOng
Novel designs mid iirtlstia conceits
faithfully executed. 'I'lui iirleon nr
Arts & Crafts Shop
Alexander Young Building
IN COPLEY PRINT!
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO.
1050 Nuuanu Street
From Seattle Due June 11
WORK, DRIVING OR SADDLE
The BICYCLE DEALER and RE
PAIRER, hai moved to
180 KINO STR.IET
New location Red front nnr
Young Building. Telephone 2518.
Emma Street, above Beretania
New BICYCLES arrived for rach
end general uee. Pricei, $25 np to
135. without brakes. Renairin and
re-tiring done neatly.
Ilullellu JMItorljl Room Phone
21S5. II u I let In Iluslucss Oflico
Phono SS5C '
French Labor Proves So Un
reliable Chamber of Com
merce Against Fair.
1'AltlH, May 20. Ilecnuiso French
labor Is so unreliable, thcro la to be
no International Imposition In t'nrlfl
In 1920. It had ulmot been decided
upon, this great exposition, when tlio
mutter was finally refencd to tlio
I'arU Chamber of Cotnmerco for nct
tlctncnt. After considering tlio ques
tion nt length, all the objections
brought by other bodies ngnlnst the
project were set aside, and n now one,
In tlio opinion of the Chamber of
Commerce the all Important one, was
biotigbt forward The report, Issued
In the name of tlio President of tlio
Chninber stated this objection In de
tail, omitting mention of nil others,
Intimating that the others wero pos'
slblo to overcome, whereas the new
ono, tlio unreliability of labor, wns In
surmountable "We sco In I'arls," tho report says,
"every day ecti the most ordinary
work of leveling and building sud
denly Interrupted by tho desertion of
tho toilers, and the most carefully
laid plans are upset by unforeseen
exigencies. People no longer start
on n work without considerable host
tatlou, as they do not dare namo n
fixed date In their contracts, since
they do not know whether they will
bo able to finish tho work after It
Is begun. Tills state of uneasiness
Is so pronounced that all whnso co
operation would be needed for the
preparation of tlio proposed exhibi
tion aro unanimous In declaring that
they would not risk tho undci taking
or work which they fear they would
not be able to lliilsh on time."
Hesitates to Make Advance to
United States Without
WASHINGTON'. Mnv 21. About lli
only obstacle to negotiations between
America .inn japan lor a general arbi
tration tieaty Is found In the technical
process of starting tho cxeliungoj.
The Tokyo statement clearly Indi
cates that tho Japanese government
hesitates to ninko the III Hi advance!.,
because, after all. It lias no oinci.il
Intimation -that bucIi u movement
would bo welcomi'il by tho United
As tho Japanese ambassador did not
hear President Tnffs Invlt.itlu.i m
Join In an arbitration, as did the Hrlt-
isii and rrcucli ambassadors, It prob
ably will now bo necessary for tho
stato department to niako an oppor
tunity to Invite Japan directly to
Ijito estimates on tho percentage of
recoveries tinder tho new emollient
treatment for ilrlght's Disease are us
Where patient Is mudi weakened und
crises may bo expected In from llvo to
ten nays, probably not mora than 10.
to 20 recover. Where physicians aid
with efforts to restrain fatal symptoms
this pcrccntngo Is Increased, In eases
where patients havo from thirty to
sixty uays ot llto tho efficiency Is very
Where patients do not wait until
bed - ridden, probably three - fourths
Aim in cases mat taKn tlio new
emollient trcatment'on the appearance
of the disease nearly iiluo out ot ten
Albumen Casts and dropsy do not
prevent recovery, Tho point Is that
the Itennl Inllnminatlnn should bo at
tacked before the heart and physical
system are DroKcn down.
Ilio new emollient treatment Is
known ns Fulton's Itennl Compound
It can bn lind In Honolulu nt the Ho
nolulu Drug Co.
We dcslra every patient to wrlto ui
who Is not noting the usual Improve-
limit by tlio third week. Literature
mulled freo. Jno. J. Fulton Co., (115
Hattery Kt, Han Francisco, Cal Wo
Invito correspondence with physicians
who havo obnttmito cases.
Packoy McFarland, who Is ono of
mo slickest fighters that over donned
n mitt, Is llkoly to get In n trifle bad
If bo continues to linrass Ad Wolgast,
us tho papers claim lio Is doing, call
ing llio latter several rlinlco namos
that do not sound nlco Wolgnht has
proved Hint ho, Is a real champion
nnd should bo accorded such honors.
According to tlio latest statement In
the press, Packoy Is minted hb saying
that Ad has not tlio knockout punch
and cannot hit. Personally, It Is tlio
opinion Ihnt whnl Packey really said
and what purports to have emanated
from him Uro two entliely different
things, Packey Is a square, straight
llttlo chop who docs not go around
knocking tlio tar out of his opponents
with hla mouth.
Work of Army and Navy In
Driving Fever and Malaria
Out of Tropics.
Willi Honolulu In tho midst of u
clean-up campaign, tho following from
tho Army and Navy Journal Is of es
As the mllllaiy medical achlcvc
InentB of tho last twelve jears be
come known In the general public,
thcro Is n glowing nrqulcsccnco In
the contention of tlio Army nnd Navy
Journal, made sonic years ago, Hint
If tho Spnulsh-Amcilcan Wnr and tho
resultant activities of our Army and
Navy In tho Oilcnt and the Tioplcs
did nothing else, tho loss of life and
money associated with them was more
than repaid by the ndvnntngcs
brought to this nation nnd tho world
nt largo by tho elimination of sonio of
tho tropical scourges (hat through
tho ccnluilcs havo been (lie puzzle
and despair of mankind. Tho Public
Ledger of Philadelphia sees this, for
In commenting upon tho pralso given
to tho medical men of tho Army nnd
Navy nt the banquet of tho Phltndel
phla Medical Club, It said: "The
practlcnl extinction of jellow fover
In tho West Indies and of tho dread
Till mntnrjal fever on tlio Isthmus
would iilono ro.y many limes over
all tho loss and suffering of tho Span
ish Wnr. Tho redemption of the
Philippines from nil manner of deadly
diseases, ny efficient .sanitation, vac
cination and tho extermination of
disease-bearing posts, would make tho
American occupation of the Islnmls
glorious even If It had accomplished
nothing for tho mental advancement
of tlio people."
Addlo Ilrcnnaii. tho Phllly south
paw, Is it groat pal of Ituwlcy lUcliln
son, tho now llrooklyu southpaw, and
tho pair are together a great deal
during tho present scries.
When Drcnnan was with Wichita,
In 1909, Atchlnson wns u member of
tho sanio team, and thu pair wcro ic
sponsible Tor tho great showing of
Isbcll's club that season.
Strango tn say, tho pair live within
a row miles of each other. Ilrcnnan's
home Is at l.i Ilnrpc, Kansas, while,
Atchlnson lived at a suburb a few
Atchlnson, by tho wny, Is going to
bo u swell t wirier, nccoidlng to Man
agcr Hill D.ihlcu, of tho Dodgers. He
Is a big fellow and reminds the tuns
of Mike Dunlin, with thu peculiar
llroadwny wall; or tho famous out
can not be everlastingly at
it without some readjust
ment, cleaning and oiling.
Our Repair Department Is
as good as any In the town.
Prices the lowest.
113 HOTEL ST. JEWELERS
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W. W. JACOHS
F. It. STOCKTON
ALL SCIlIBNKll KDITIONS
FOR A TIME $8.75
Brown & Lyon Co.,
EVERY MAIL BRINGS US THE
LATEST POPULAR FICTION
A. B. ARLEIGH & CO., LTD.
For GENERAL OFFICE STATION
ERY and FILING 8Y8TEMS. rM oV
write to us and we will fill your wants.
Office Supply Co., Lid.,
Ml FORT STREET
E. O. HALL & SON, LTD.
Cor. King and Fort Sti, HONOLULU
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chandlery, Stoves, Crockery, Glassware
and Kitchen Utensitsi 8nortlna Goods.
Guns, Revolvers and Ammunition.
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