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EVENING BULLETIN HONOLULU, T. H, THURSDAY, AUG. 10, 1911.
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I'ltOST HALOdM-Fine wines ond liq
uors. Cull and see us. K. Sasaki,
prop, Ueretanla and Maunakea Sts.
Silverware, cut glass and line porcelain
parked (or shipping and storage by
M. K. Menezes, Kelieral delivery.
Visit the sale at Sing Fat's, 1013 Nuu
rinu St. 4C8'3tn
NUUANU AUTO STAND.
For hire at nil times, 1 l'ackard, 2
l'oprs. Competent chnufteiir. Nuu-
ami, near Ueretanla. l'lione 3108.
.For hire, night or day, 13. M. F. SO;
competent driver. Phone 2085; Uer
etatila unci Maunakea Bts. 49Sl-3m
For hire, seven-seated l'ackard. IHione
2011. Young Hotel Stand; Charles
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"Tried and true" ruinous Pierce cy
cles. For sale by S. Miyamoto. Bi
cycle supplies and repairing. All
makes; new and second band. 182
King St. 4948-ly
B. Komeya Expert bicycle repairing;
all work guaranteed. New und second-hand
wheels at low prices.
Queen und Punchbowl; Phone 2431.
Illsh-grado bicycle repairing; expert
work. Now wheels at lowest prices.
Also suitcases and trunks. N. Kugl
fcakl, 195 Hotel St., near River.
OIL BIRCH Offlce, 4 Alex. Young
Bldg. Phone 3308.
Asahl & Co. II. Hntsuto, prop. Con
tfnetors and builders. Houso paint
Ing nuil paperlmnglng; screens of nil
kinds. 208 Ueretanla St.; Tel. 1420.
George Ya'ma'da, 'general contractor.
' Kstlmntes furnished. 208 McCandless
Uldg.; Phono 2157.
"Little" John Rodrlgues Cabinet
maker. Picture framing and furnt-
tuie repairing. String Instruments
repaired. 'Miller and Punchbowl.
Keep cool by drinking the most de
licious soda water mado In Honolulu.
All 'flavors, Delivered to your home.
Sunrise Soda Works; Tel. 1345.
Wn use arteslun water, making our
soda superior to all others. A drink
of our pineapple Juice will convince.
Dragon Soda Works; Tel. 3152.
John Pontes-Shoes to order, II; soles
and heels, '1.30; patches, 25c; rub
ber heels, 70c; ladles' sole and
1 heels, $1.10. Work guaranteed. Rear
of arlll. 4940-3m
M. Rodrlgues Twelve years of satis
faction. 137 King St., formerly of
Bethel St. Expert shoe repairer,
V, B. Jong r- Expert shoo repairing.
Union Bt., opp. Auto Delivery Co.
The sanitary regulations are strict
Save yourself trouble by being pre
pared beforehand. Have Chas. R. PI
lares, the sanitary plumber, look aver
your work. 20 years' experience has
made him competent. 1126 Union St.
You should have your plumbing done
by a "PI.yMBEH." Ten years' ex-
, perlenre hag taught mo the science
of plumblug.Tlie only und safe way.
. C. I.. Almeida, 11 Puuahr St.; Tel.
' 2(95. 49(0-3m
Won I.oul Co. Sanitary plumbers and
tinsmiths. Hotel St., bet. Maunakea
and Smith Bts!; Tel. 1033.
Yee Sing Kee Plumber nnd tinsmith.
Bmlth St.. bet. Hotel and Pauahl.
Thayer Piano Co.
AND OTHER PIANOS
156 Hotel Street Phone 231S
FURNI8HED HOUSES FOR RENT.
Furnished house, for the summer. All
conveniences; line view over city)
very reasonable rent for a desirable
tenant. "Pratt," 101 Stangenwald
Bldg.; Telephone 100. 4913-tf
FURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT.
No. 73 Ueretanla St. Klectric lights
and running water In each room.
Price reasonable, J, 11. Townsetid,
Clean furnished rooms, II. CO and 12
u week. 1281 Fort St 4970-lm
Wllhelmlna Illse lleautlful home;
magnificent view. Building now be
Ing completed. Attractive terms. Bee
Dr. 13. I Hutchinson, care Katmukl
Land Co, Ltd.; Tel. 1059. -495C-tf
The Transo envelope a time-saving
Invention. No addressing necessary
In sending out bills or receipts. Bul
letlnPilbllsliIng Co., solo agents for
New C-room bungalow, Kallhl; lot
00x218 82000; easy terms. Don
dero & LnnslnE, 83 Merchant St.;
Phone 2C53. 4953-tf
San Sun Fine Imported stationery.
Chinese literature, drawing Inks,
paper of all kinds. 133 Ueretanla Si.
Bargains In real estate, on sea-shore,
plains and hills. "Pratt," 101 Stan
genwald Bldg.; Telephone 1C02.
Selected Caravonlca wool cotton seed.
A. V. dear, 1214 Fort St.; P. O. Box
Inter-Island and Oahu Railroad ship
ping books, at Bulletin offlce. tf
Visit the salo at Sing Fat's, 1013 Nuu
nnu St. 495S-3m
BUY AND 8ELL.
Diamonds, watches and Jewelry bought
sold and exchanged. J. Carlo, Fort Bt.
FUKUDOi EMPLOYMENT OFFICE
Cooks, waiters, yardboys. King and
Punchbowl Bts.; Tel. 1885.
T. FiiJImoto, Klnau Employment Oillce;
phone 1879. 4896-tf
Any man can wash windows, but It
takes an experienced man ,to clean
hats. Joseph Roman, 122 Beretanla
St., near Fort, next to flro station.
First-class livery turnouts at reason
able rates. Territory Livery Stable,
348 King; phone 2535.
Honolulu Painting Company House
and sign painting,, paper hanging and
tinting. Jobbing a specialty. Import
ers of wall paper, pulnts, oils, etc. 74
Beretanla St., opp. Maunakea St. W.
U.- Kam, manager. 4948-3m
Dr. L. E. Cafce Oillce, Lewis' Stables;
Phone 2141. Residence phone, 1113,
The tailoring company of Chee Quong
has changed hands and Is underflow
management. Having engaged
CUTTER FROM MAINLAND, they
guarantee satisfaction. 14 King St.
Wa Sing, manager. 4952-3m
FOOK SANO. formerly the Oahu Tail
or of Emma and Beretanla Bts.,
w lilies his old patrons .to call and
Inspect his fine line of new fabrics
at his new store, McCandless Blk.,
Nuuanu and Pauahl. 49Gt-3m
The Lion Tailors. Dyeing, cleaning,
repairing. Work guaranteed. Phone
2748. Called for and delivered. Ilere
nnla, next to pumping Btatlon.
ALL THE LATEST CREATIONS IN
men's clothing. Clothes cleaned or
dyed. WING CHANG, 160 Hotel St.,
near Kekaullke. 4947-ly
Pacific Klectric Co. Motor and dynamo
repairing a specialty. Motors, nnd
generators of all capacity for sale.
1152 Fort St.: Tel. 3132. 4988-tf
Try some of the new
"Red Seal" Records by
famous urtlsts , .
BERG8TROM 'MU8IO !CO., LTD.
We lead, others follow," In the manu
facture of carbonated bevernges. One
price to all. Freo delivery..' Phone
3022. Honolulu Soda Vncr Co, Ltd,
34A North llerrtjnla St.; Chos. K.
Frasher, manager. 4941-tf
Yoil to' sampto our leading brands, such
ns "King's Choice." Bcotch, McUrny
er, llernld and Corby's Canadian
whiskies. Thos. F. McTlghe & Co.,
proprleiors, Progress Uar.
Patronize homo Industry. Pure old Ha
waiian Kin, maclo uniUr the supervi
sion of the U. B. Govt., ohlalnuhle
only at the Occidental liar, King and
Cltrks, by U. H, Clovernincnt, Hono
lulu. Humiliations Oct. 4. Prepara
tion free. Franklin Institute, Di'pt.
Utoil, Hochester. N. Y. 4999-lm
Assistant In private scltool. Must bo
nhle to tench singing. Apply hy let
ter to "Q. N.", llulh'tln oillce.
Oenlleman desires furnished room closo
In. Must be reasonable. Address
".2li0," llulletln oillce. 4998-3t
Competent nulomohlle repairer. Apply,
In writing, llox r,0, Wnlluku, Maul.
Visit the salo at Sing Fat's, 1013 Nuu-
snu Bt. 4958.3m
Oillce 39, Young Uldg.
Uetween Bt. Andrew's cathedral and
School St., gold chain bracelet with
heart and key. Rewnrd If returned
to Bulletin oillce. 4992-tC
Everything for your homo library In
complete editions. Monthly editions
If desired. Halllday Wlthersponn, 80
Merchant St. 4984-tf
New live-room cottage electric lights,
modern plumbing closo to canine,
Pulolo Valley. Apply "M. M.", Bul
letin oillce. . C000-1W
Mosquito - proof cottage. Apply on
premises, 1075 Knlukuua Ave. A. K.
Lewis. Phone 1302. 4997-Ct
The property known aa the Wilder
building, corner of Fort und Queen
atreets. Dimensions 41x65. The build
ing will be remodeled to stilt tenant.
Apply to C Brewer ft Co., Ltd.
ROOM AND BOARD.
THE I.ELAND 027 Beretanla; 'Phone
1308. Mrs. J, A. Doyle, prop. Rooms,
Sl-'i room nnd board, 335 per month.
All mosiulto-proof lanal rooms. Cars
pass tho door. 4941-tf
Room and board, prlvato family. Every
convenience. Two car lines pass
door. 1942 King SL 49C4-tt
Nicely-furnished rooms with board.
Apply 13C King St.
Flvo-rooin furnished cottago; $25. In
quire Cottnge Grove. 49C4-tf
iUy In Uc Oaclhfif I
aro""hot Shur-oiis, even though
they ure llnger-pleco mountings.
Th superior mechnnlcul con
struction of the Shiir-on means
comfort, durability and elllcl
ency. Be Sure You Get Shur-on
A. N. Sanford,
Boston Building - - Fort Street
Over Msy & Co.
August Sale Now On ,
Rugs and Draperies
J. Hopp & Co., Ltd.
OAHU FURNITURE CO.
King 8treet, opposite Young Hotel
P. O. Box 140
P. O. Box 491
- Phone 3085
IF YOU ATtB LOOK1NO FOR
A WHDDINO GIFT YOU
WOULD DO Wr.f.L
TO BEE OUR
WHICH IS GAINING POPU
LARITY WITH HVKKY
113 Hotel St.
NEW DRUG STORE
Well Stocked with New Drugi snd
SODA WATER FOUNTAIN
HAWAII DRUG CO.
42 Hottl Street, at and of B.th.t
For GENERAL OFFICE STATION
ERY and FILING SYSTEMS, call or
writs to us and we will fill your wants.
Office Supply Co., Ltd.,
31 FORT STREET
Bread Baked Daily
You csn hava your order changed
dally and be supplied with any of
these varistits from
1134, NUUANU ST.
C. Q. Yee Hop & Co.
Telephone No. 3451
has the best Hume-Made
Bread, German Pretzels and
Cuffee Cake. IJe sure and
ring up 2124.
1129 TORT STREET
Delivered to All Parts of City
n PALM CAFE .
EAT AT THE
Everything New Service Excellent
16 Hotel Street
OPIIN HAY AND NIGHT
Fresh Clnmo and Fish received with
ench ship from tin) Coast,
WONG CHONG, Proprietor
May's Old Kona Coffee
Best In the Market
HENRY MAY 'A CO.
The Beit Milk You Can Us
AT ALL DEALER8 -
FOR YOUB OEOCEHIEI. SEX
AMERICAN BROKERAGE CO.
3-85 King Street, net Manbtkea
Phone 2291 Daily Delivery
I rtiutiiT.a' iiith OjSiuss.s?. hiiii I
Pcnhurst meets in front
and stays that way. It is
non-shrinkablc, lias the
strongest of buttonholes
and ample tic space.
PhP ''mm Ov
THE JOLLIEST DOLL OF ALL
See Them at
A. Be Arleigh & Co.,
HOTEL. NEAR FORT
ASK FOR THEM
HAWAII & SOUTH
SEAS CURIO CO.
And All Post Card
Importer Fort St
p Mrs. S. F. Zeave,
Temporarily elated while away on
buying trip. Open again in September.
68 Young Building
ADVANCE SHOWING OF
MISS POWER'S PARLORS
1027- Nuu. nil "Street
BEGINNING JUNE 3
All the Hats at Reasonable Prices
Regal Shoe Store,
BANZAI SHOE -STO"fc
Beretsnls Street, Near Nuuanu
HONOLULU, H. T.
IK COPLEY PBINTi
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMIM CO.
1050 Naumn Btreet
"Tho l'lonecr number"
182 Merchant Stre.t Phone 1931
ALGARODA BEAN MILLS
ONE 8ECOND-HAND STANDARD
GASOLINE ENGINE, 16 H. P.
M94 EMMA STREET Telephone 2419
Inter-Inland and O, It. & I,. Shipping
liik-ks r.ir sale at tho lltillolilu
ofllru, COo itacli
(Associated I'rt-ss Cable )
WASHINGTON, O. Aug 9 The
monthly crop report of the bureau of
statistics, Issued today, slums tin'
worst conditions throughout the coun
try ns u vthiitu of any year since IJiOl
The report asserts that tho iliimnge
to crops of all kinds Is cnuntoulde.
due In mkiM Instances to th tuntlmii'd
hot wave nliil dry weather.
Another Heat Wave.
KANSAS CITY, Mo., Aug. !. The
.Stales of Kansas, Missouri and (Ikta
liiimn. are suffering from n heat wnvo
which, following tho rccenf hot spell,
Is causing tremendous loss to tho flind
ers. SENATORS DISAGREE
WITH TREATY CLAUSES
WASHINGTON. D. I', Aug. . Tho
Fi-nnlc committee on foreign affairs to
day balked at tho provisions In tho
treaties of arbitration between tho
Putted States and England mid Franco
regarding the powers granted tho joint
high rnmmlsslon of arbitration.
Tho special Sinnte committee which
Is hearing vtldcncc of the alleged cor
ruption In tho election of United Btntcs
Senator Lorluier hns taken a recess un
til October, when It will rccoiivcnu to
hear the balance oC testimony.
The Kenate Itnnncn,, coininltteo will
make a report against, the passage of
tlu bill currying n revision of tho cot
ton tnrlff schedule.
, PARTLY BURNED
LONDON, Aug. 9. Tho splendid
Carlton Hotel, patronized In largo part
by tmwIliiK Americans, wns partly; de
stroyed by lire tonight. There wero
no casualties, bid: tho daniago Is large,
The strike of dock workers Is hnving
a, serious effect 'H the commerce of
this port, nnd 130 vessels nro now tied
lip 011 account of the strike.
GRAND JURY WOULD
STOP NEWSPAPER WAR
LOS ANGIILF.S. Cal.. Aug. 9. Till'
Krand Jury, In a report made public to.
day, urged n cessation of the newspa
per war which has been raging In this
city lietwf en tho Times and General II.
(1. Otis, on one side, nnd the Tribune
nnd 15. T. 15arl, on tho other. ThoKx-
nmlner, Kxpress nnd Record are also
polned In the light.
IF I HAD ECZEMA
I'd wash It away with that mild,
soothing lluuld, U. I. 1). Relieves nil
kinds uf skin trouble, cleansing uwny
tlm impurities und clearing up tho
complexion 11s nothing elsd can. $1.00
a buttle. ,
Vu t f l..i,l .iiv lfln.1 nl ulflll
trnubln ID' IISi: I). I). 1).
Iletisou, Smith & Co., Fort and Hotel
A moonlight band concert, commenc
ing at half-past seven, will bo given
by the Hawall.in hand this evening nt
the Kiiknakti Mission. The program Is
ns. follows:, , j-jji-,
March Hllii Ilerger
Overture Comic ,....." Hela
Wnltr. Flower Ijwikiinko .... Roberts
KitcctliiiiT-Siddlers Punido ,Humu
Vocal Hawaiian Songs,. Ar. by Ilerger
Selection Ye Olden Times Ileyer
(iniittu Rhino-omuls ........ Liitaii
.March U'liiolulu ,...,..- Ilorger
Tho Star Spangled Itanucr.
LONG At Kniiluuela, Honolulu, July
IS, 1911, to Mr. and Mrs. Henry N.
IJuig, a sou.
Tho funeral nf' Henry Shaw, tho
first man to inako a halancod loenmu
tlvo, wiih hold nt Iloston yesterday.
On Building a Small S
.. Buinenwith Utile
Miny a o-cUed "hole In the wall" hat later cropped out Into space as
Irr iCt.peil Push, courage, economy, idvertiilnr. that's the lecret. Our
little Want Ads tell many such .torl.i. Better adv.rtlie in a tmall war than
not at all. A few pennies will start you on put Cuuilfled pate. But start
and keep It up.
Read and Answer
A girl will tolerate mott any kind of
a feller rather than give any jewelry
back. A Indian baby never cri.t, but
whod want t live' in Oklahoma!
USES DIAMOND TO
CATCH A TROUT
Jack London, Novelist, Is Tak
ing Vacation in Olympic
Tucked snugly In the heart ot the
Olympic imiui)taliis In North.nest
Washington Is Uikn Orescent. Tho
chief attraction at present Is the au
thor. Jack Loudon. Just why London
rho.e this region for an .outing when
the rugged mountain, the Sierra range,
am near the author's California home
Is because of a desire of his sporting
blood to respond to a new call of the
In Ijike Crescent abound the re
nowned lleiirdslee trout, found nowhere-
elso III the world. To feel tho
tug of one on the end of n casting line'
nnd to,cnress Its sotUd sides, brought
London here to spend rive weeks.
Ho ciime hero with the nuiwed In
tention of remaining until he lindrnp
tured n lleardlee trout. For four days
he went out III the morning and rowed
back nt night, ate his meals ond re
tired to his tent. Not 11 word wns snld.
Giiesth saw him bring In strings of fine
speckled nnd Dolly Vnrden1 trout,"but
not n Uenrdsle. , ,
Among tho guests Is Alexnnder Pan-
tages, who learned of I.ondons great
desire mid planned to play n little trick
on the nuthor One, morning he ap
proached London nt breakfast and of
fered lo Iwt tlnS'agnfnst nl'flKi money
London had In his pockets that he
would not cntch a good Deardsleo trout
during his stay. ' - 1
London found S3, nnd they left the
money, with the Innkeeper. In tho'fjat
Imttomed hu.it nsslgned to euch gueri
London roweil across tho lake, fullj"
five miles, nnd llshed nil day. His boat
was fairly swamped with various spe
cies of trout and some nice landlocked
salmon. Hut In spite of forty-seven
changes of tiles and three hours of
trolling not n Ilenrdsleo trout even
made a strike nt the hooks and spoons.
Suddenly the author wns seized with
nn Inspiration. Selecting a wondrous
ly well-made trolling spoon, London
took his dlnmond stud nnd tled"lt to
the gut lender, un Inch nhdvc tho clus
ter of Jiooks, and then bent to the task
of trollliig'-tho placid wntcr of the
rove. Hardly had the hook touched
the water when n strike and a tug ot
the Hue nssiered the nuthor that a fish
was booked. Fish and, man fought a
battle for itftiVn minutes. In tlio,end
the man won. Soon In the stern of the
bout Iujvu. beautifully spotted trout.
tlilrtv.fiiur Miches ltintr nnd welehtntf
nliqut nliin pounds,
About; dinner time I.ondon carried
the prize to tho veranda, whero Bin-its
had' assembled,; and displayed It,- re
marking whitl n' ffne mounted specimen
It would make. Then he walked to the
clerk's counter nnjl pocketed tho Ills.
It cost l'antngo another 150 to learn
how the trout wns emight, ns the au
thor told of the diamond display on Ills
trolling spoon. . '.
"And If no nature fake," said I.on
don, "f)r,thcro Is the trout nnd hero Is
tlie diamond stud," Ijiko Crescent
Dispatch to the New York Tribune.
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