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CVENINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU,' T. H MONDAY, 8EPT.' 4, 1911.
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II. A. Davis Bowing machine repair
er. Machines cleaned and put In
onlcr. 125G Tort Bt, near Orphcum;
Tel. 117. 6008-2W
T. Knnnl lco crenm and cold drinks)
cigars nnd toilet articles, llakcr
goods. I tnko orders. 1277 Fort St.
PIIOST SALOON Kino wines and liq
uors. .Call and seo us. K. Sasaki,
prop. Beretanla nnd Maunakea Sts.
Kodak Dims dc eloped nnd printed at
'11J7 1'ort St. This Is tho only cheap
place In (own. J, A. donsulvcs.
Sunrlxo Dicing House All kinds of
clothes cleaned and repaired with
special caro. C008-3m
a Dal Ice cream nnd cold drinks. Or
phcum Cafe, 1'ort St., above Bero
Flowers. I,eli to order at Julia Knta
klclu, Pauahl nnd Nuuanu; Tc). 317C.
Chang HIiib Kco Shoes, leggings, sad
dles, harness, repairing. 148 Bcrctanla.
Wo On Merchant tailor.
St, above Hotel.
Visit the sale at Sing Fat's, 1013 Nuu
anu St. 4IS8-3m
NUUANU AUTO STAND.
For hire at all times, 1 Packard, 1
Popes. Competent chauffeur. Nuu
anu, near Bcrctanla. Phone 31S8.
For hire, se on-seated Packard. Phone
2511. Young Hotel Stand; Charles
S Karahara Autei' stand. Phone 208S;
Ilerctanla St. COl4-3m
OAHU AUTO STAND.
Stevcns-Duryca and Packard's (or hire
by tho trip, hour, day or week. M, E.
Miller, Bert Bowers and others. Tel-
cphono 3448. Cor. Bishop and King.
First-class livery turnouts' at reason
able rates. Territory Livery Stable,
348 King; phono 2S3S.
New and second-hand books bought,
wild and exchanged. Star Book .Ex
change, 1280 Fort St. EOIB-tf
BUY AND SELL.
Diamonds, watches and Jewelry bought,
sold and exchanged. J. Carlo, Fort St.
S. Klnoshita Now and second-hand
goods bought and sold. 1281 Fort St.
B. Ikcda New and second-hand fur
nlturo bouhgt and sold. 1261 Fort St,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
I. Uchlmura, contractor and builder.
Stonework, cleaning; hauling Band,
soil and wood. Estimates furnished.
Day work also. Tel. 3S02. Aala St.,
ut Kontshl store i 6003-3W
Mr. Ogltanl Contractor and builder.
House painting, paperhanglng, and
screens of all kinds. Fort St, ubove
Ilerctanla; Phono 1127,
George Yamada, general contractor.
Estimates furnished. 208 McCandless
Bldg.; Phone 21S7.
Y. Ayook General contractor. House
painting and wall paperhanglng. 1151
Smith St , cor. Pauahl 5014-3m
Pacific Electric Co Motor nnd dynamo
repairing a specialty. Motors and
generators of ull capacity for sale.
131 S. Beretanla St.; Tel. 3133.
All accounts owlng us prior to June
30 and not paid bc'foro September IS,
wilt bo placid In the hands of our
nttorncy for Immediate action. L. B.
Kerr & Co , Ltd , Alakcit St.
Thayer Piano Co.
AND OTHER PIAN08
166 Hotel Street Phone 2311
Partly-furnished cottage, $22 SO, and
two-bedroom bungalow, lt; 9th
Ave, Kalinukl, II. G. Dm Is; Phono
Two suites, two rooms each, sultnblo
for. ph)slclun or dentist. 421 llerc
tanla St. ' G020-31
Clenn furnished rooms to let, $1.50 and
$2 a week. 1281 Fort St.
The property known as the Wilder
building, corner of Fot and Queen
streets. Dimensions 4 lxl. The build
ing will be remodeled to suit tenant
Apply to C Brewer ft Co, Ltd.
FURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT.
Tim EUTE Furnished rooms. Hotel
St., opposlto Young Cafe. Newly ren
ovated and refurnished. Undor now
management. Terms reasonable. Lo
cation central. COOS-lm
No. 73 Beretanla St. Klectrlo lights
and running water In each room.
Price reasonable. J. H. Townsend,
FURNISHED HOUSES FOR RENT.
Furnished house, for the summer. All
conveniences; fine view- over city;
very reasonable rent for a desirable
tenant. "Pratt," 101 Stangenwald
Bldg; Telephone 1602. ,4143-tt
ROOM AND BOARD.
THE AIIQONAUT (formerly tho Lo-
lund) rtoomH $12; with board, $35.
627 Beretanla St.; Phono 1308. Mrs.
J. A. Doyle, preprlctor. 4941-tf
Boom and board, private family. Every
convenience Two car lines pass
door. 1942 King SL 4964-tf
Nicely-furnished rooms with hoard.
Apply 1366 King St.
Nlco bungalow at Kalinukl. location
beautiful line homes adjacent. Will
sell cheap for cush or an easy terms.
Seo Walter 11. Bradley, caro Kal
inukl Land Co, Ltd, Box 420.
The Transo envelope a time-saving
Invention. No addressing necessary
In eondlnp out bills or receipts. Bul
letin Publishing Co, sole agents for
New 5-room bungalow, Kallhl; lot
56)4x218 $2000; eaay terms. Don
dero & Lansing, 13 Merchant St.;
Phono 2S53. 4963-tf
Diamond cluster ring, cost $1000, at a
FHcrllkr. Party leaving town; must
huo money. J. Carlo, 1117 Fort St.
San Bun Fine Imported stationery.
Chinese literature, drawing Inks,
paper ot all kinds. 133 Beretanla St.
Rargalns In real estate, on sea-ehnro,
plains and hills. "Pratt," 101 Stan
genwald Bldg.; Telephone 1602.
California mules und horse ex Lur
line. Sea owner at Lewis' Stables,
King St. E014-2W
Selected Caravonlca wool cotton seed.
A. V. dear, 1214 Fort St.; P. O. Box
Inter-Island and Onhu Railroad ship
ping books, at Bulletin offlco. tf
Visit the sale at Sing Fat's, 1013 Nuu
anu St. 49SB-3m
FUKUDO EMPLOYMENT OFFICE
Cooks, waiters, yardboys. King and
Punchbowl Sts ; Tel. 1885.
T. FuJImoto, Klnau Employment Ofllcc;
phono 1879. 4896-tf
S. Hashimoto Massage, baths ;x rlieu-
matlsin, bruises, sprains, tired fcol
Ing und other ailments relieved. 178
Beretanla; Tel 2637. 50U-6m
Tho sanitary regulations are strict.
Save yourself trouble by being pre
pared beforehand. Have Chas. R. PI-
lares, tho sanitary plumber, look over
your work. 26 years' experience nas
made him competent. 1126 Union St,
Vco Sing Kec Plumber and tinsmith.
Smith St. bet. Hotel and Pauahl.
Try somo of the new
"lied Seal" Records by
famous artiste . .
BERQSTROM MUSIC CO, LTD,
We lead, others follow," In the manu
facture of carbonated beverages. One
price to all. Free delivery. Phone
3022. Honolulu Soda Water Co, Ltd,
34A North Beretanla SL; Chas. E.
Frasher, manager. 4941-tf
You to sample our Icadtnc brands, such
as "King's (Cholce" Scotch, McBrny
er, Herald 'and Corby's Canadian
whiskies. Thos, F. McTlfhe & Co,
proprietors, Progress liar.
Patronize home Industry. Pure old Ha
waiian gin, made tinder the supervi
sion of tho U. S. Govt, obtainable
only at the Occidental Bar, King and
Clerks, by U. 8 Government, Hono
lulu. Examinations Oct. 4. Prepara
tion free. Franklin Institute, Dcpt.
4S9H, Rochester. N. Y. 4999-lm
Traveling salesman; ono acquainted
with Island nnd city trade. Salary
and commission. Apply "Salesman,"
Bulletin ofhec. 5020-tf
A second-liuml typewriter. Stato price.
Address "Stenographer," P. O. Box
Visit the sale at Sing Fat's, 1013 Nuu
anu St 4958-Jm
Sterling bicycle. Owner con have same
by calling nt tho On I lco Cream Par
lor, I wild, proving property and pay
ing for this ud. E019-6t
"Tried and true" Famous Pierce cy
cles. For salo by S. Miyamoto. Bi
cycle supplls and repairing. All
makes; new and second hand. 182
King St. 4948-ly
S. Komeya Expert bicycle repairing;
all work guaranteed. Now and second-hand
wheels at low prices.
Queen and Punchbowl; Phono 2431
High-grade blcyclo repairing; expert
work. Now wheels at lowest prices.
Also suitcases and trunks. N. Kugl
takl, 195 Hotel Bt, near River.
The tailoring company of Chee Quong
has changed hands and Is under new
management Having engaged a
CUTTER FROM MAINLAND, they
guaranteo satisfaction. 14 King St
Wa Sing, manager. 4962-3m
FOOK SANG, formerly the Oahu Tail
or ot Emma and Beretanla Sts.,
wishes his old patrons to call and
Inspect his fine line of new fabrics
at his new store, McCandless Blk ,
Nuuanu and Pauahl. 4951-3m
DR. BIRCH Office, 64 Alex. Young
Bldg. Phone 3308.
CLEANING AND PRE8SINQ.
M. Muranaka Clothes bought and sold.
214 Beretanla St.; Phono 1059.
The Lion Tailors. Dyeing, cleaning,
reprlrlng. Work guaranteed. Phone I
2748 Called for and delivered. Bere-
anlu, next to pumping station.
C. T. Akana Merchant tailor.
suitings. 1039 Nuuanu 8t.
Honolulu Painting Company House
and sign painting, paper hanging and
tinting. Jobbing a kpecltilty. Import
ers of wall paper, paints, oils, etc. 74
Bcrctanla St , opp Maunakea St. W.
B. Kam, manager. 4948-3m
Largest Stock in
MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO, LTD,
Regal Shoe Store,
ANZAI SHOE STO"E
Beretanla 8treet, Near Nuuanu
HONOLULU, H. T.
Hono id rented tomorrow
If advertised today.
Never fails to happen ;
It's the Bulletin classified way.
Stearns' Electric Rat and Roach
Paite the Standard Ixtermlnator
For over thirty years Stearns
Electric Rat and Roach Paste has
been the standard exterminator in
this country and today it is used all
over the world, for killing off rats,
mice, cockroaches, waterbugs and
It Is ready for use, economical,
reliable and sold under an absolute
guarantee of money back it it fails.
Sold everywhere. Be sure to get
the genuine; 25c and $1 00. Stearns'
Electric Paste Co, Chicago, III.
BOYS SUCCEED IN
Yesterday four members of the Uku
lele Patrol mndo their third attempt
to reach the top of I.-inllilll utter suc
ceeding In climbing siven waterfalls by
way of tho Hllitcbrand Glen.
Tho party ttuitid up by way of tho
I Kmt sltlu of Nuuaiiu, going about n
'inllu along tho crest. Gilbert Bronn
was tho onl) one to try to inako tho
ascent by the precipice route, but h(
failed tn pull through, nnd enmo back
to tho crowd, who were watching him
try his stunt
I After ho had failed, tha party, led
by tho sccrctury of the . Trail nnd
Mountain Club, led u hard climb tip a
steep wall of lele vine and reached tho
top ot tho pall. They then worked
their uny through tho vines till they
succeeded In reaching the top of tho
seventh fall. ,
Tho party moved up tho stream,
which proved to bo eat-' and during
tho whole mile of traveling they met
I with only ono dlllliult rlluib. A water
fall about 30 fiet high bad to bo as
fimiilrul nttil It iiuei fit-mill rnnntmil lt
nay of an old koi tree, which slanted
up tho side of tho fall.
After being satisfied by reaching tho
top of this full, the party turned home
ward, whero they arrived luto In tho
The donth of Golfrey Morse, n lead
ing Ian or of Boston, was nnnnunccd
In n cablo message from Dresden.
Bread Baked Daily
You can have your order chanyed
dally and be supplied with any of
these varieties from
1134 NUUANU ST.
has the best Home-Made
Bread, German Pretzels and
Coffee Cake. Be sure and
ring up 2124.
1129 FOET STREET
THE FAMOUS CHICAGO MAKE
ntUSH ASSORTMENT JUST
Hotel Street Near Union
EAT AT THE
Everything New Service Excellent
16 Hotel Street
OPI.N IJAY AND NIGHT
Fresh flame und I'lsh recolvod with
each Blilp from the Coast.
WONG CHONQ, Proprietor
(AsrKtatcd Press C.1M0.)
CITY 01' MKXICO, Mcx , Sept. 3
A political riot broko nut In this city
today when General Bernardo Reyes,
cnndldato for the presidency of Mox
Ico In rivalry with Krnnclsco Madcro,
tried to maka n speech In tho public
General Reyes, accompanied by sev
eral of IiIb friends, appeared on 11 bal
cony opposlto tho municipal theater
nnd attempted to niako 11 political
speech to n great gathering In th 0
At drat ho was erected with only
hoots nnd yells, but In n fow minutes
nomeono throw n stone nnd a moment
later the party wat driven from tho
balcony by 11 storm of missiles and
Eovcral of them vvoro moro or less
General Itcvcs called upon tho po
lice to preserve order, but in vain. Ho
charges that tho Madcrlstas wcro
those who Htoned him nnd his
friends, and asserts that tho poilco
Here Is Touched."
While emerging from tho building
tn reach his automobile, General
Reyes was Jostled In tho crowd and
hnd his pocket picked of 3000 pesos.
All of hln companions ulso worn
robbed by pickpockets.
Tho poilco wcro ngnln called upon
to protect tho automobile, and u pin
toon of them cscoitcd It slowly from
tho plaza, assisted by a company of
troops, which had been railed out in
an effort to preserve order.
JOMK SHARK. IS
MAIIEHO'S ItUYMMl MATK
CITV OP MKXICO, September 3
After n storm.v session nf tho national
convention of tho Progressive Party,
held In this city vestcrdny, Jose l'lno
Sunrcz wns nominated n tho running
mate for Frnnclsro Madero as candi
date for vice-president of Mexico.
Rcforo tho flnnl choice for vice
president wns made, Oonernl Madcro,
cnndldato for president nnd leader of
the party, forced tho dolegalos repre
senting all fnctlonR to swear to sup
port tho final chnlco of tho conven
tion. Tho scene, wns n most dramatic
Madero Loses In Popularity,
following tho disagreements nnd
wire-pulling of tho convention It is ad
mitted, even by somo adherents nf
Madern, that ho hns Inst greatly In
popularity, having evidenced an In
ability to control his party.
KKK.NK HAH ItKLAl'SK.
LONDON, September 3 JnmcB R.
Keenc, tho American multl-mllllnnalro
sportsman and banker, has suffered it
rclnpso at his temporary homo hero.
AMIIASHWIOU HIM, QUITS JUII.
DKRMN. Ger., Sept 3 David
.layno IIIII, nmlmsRiidnr from tho
United States to Germany, retiring to
morrow as representative of his
country, announces that ha has (In
clined it decoration from tho Uinpo
ror of Germany.
Mr Hill also quotes from a letter
wrlllrii by President Tuft In which
tli'j President denies that tho Ambai'
Midor'u fccrvlro In tho potash contto-
vorsy wcro unsatisfactory.
In conclusion Mr. IIIII strongly In
ttinnlcH that Ida leaving hla post, Is the
result of an Intrlguo.
TWO IIUMIIIKD MILKS
IN IIKl'OIin timi;
COI.UMIHJ8, Ohio, Soptembor 3
Sustained Hpccd nt tho rate nf over n
mlln n nilnutn ennblcd Harry Knight,
driving n Wescott nutoninhllo, to win
tho tvvo-liundrod-mllo race horo today.
Ills time wns thrco bourn and forty
Tho ritcea wore attended by n trc-
mcndotiH gathering nnd vvoro it great
miccoHs. Only two accidents of conse
quence, hnppcned, In which two men
woro slightly Injured.
STIIIKK OKDKII HECAI.I.KI)
PADUCAII, Kentucky. Soptember 3.
Notices woro posted in conspicuous
places about tho city todny railing it
general strlko of tho .railway shop
men for Tuesday.
Uitor tho notices were removed by
tho orders of tho o Alcorn of tha shop
omplojcs fcdorntlon, who disclaim any
responsibility for tholr being posted.
MIMIIIS CUT TO VIKCKS
IN STRAND: Att'lDKNT
nilTTi:, Montuniitl September 3
Whllo six miners woro riding In tho
rngo of tho shaft of tho Dlack Hock
mlno, near hero today, tho long slcol
drills with which tho cngo was loaded,
on the way up to bo sharpened, caught
In the sldo timbers with tho result
that tho men wero literally cut Into
mincemeat und beheaded.
KAISKIt LKAIIS CIIKEKS
FOIl 1'IIEMDKNT TAKT
Ili:itI,lN, Germany, Soptembor 3
Hinperor Wllholm led tho cheering for
President Tuft at tho unveiling yes
trrdny of tho statue of General von
Ptouben, who helped tho American pa
triots 1n tho war of tho revolution nnd
wua a friend of Washington. Tho
statue la 11 gift to Germany by tho
You must keep the stom
ach and liver in an active
condition, the bowels free
from constipation and tho
blood pure, For this work
lias been used success
fully for 58 years. Try a
bottle today for
I'oor Appetite II Dyspepsia
Malaria Fever K Ariio
All Druggists & Dealers
I'or salo by licn.-on, Smith & Co,
Ltd; Chambers Drug Co, Ltd; llllo
Drug Co, and at all vvholisulo liquor
Always specified by leading
architects because It is best.
Inlaid patterns and plain.
Large stock. Excellent pat
terns. SOLD 11V
Lewers & Cooke,
177 8. KINO. STREET
For GENERAL OFFICE STATION
ERY and FILING SY.8TEM8,icall or
write te ua and we will fill your want.
Office Supply Co., Ltd.,
SI FORT STREET
Lsrgest stock and lowest prices in
A. B. A R LEIGH & CO., LTD.
Boston Building Fort Street
Over May eV Co.
May's Old Kona Coffee
Beet In the Market
HENRY MAY A GO.
The Beit Milk You Cen Use
AT ALL DEALERS
MU8SON At the Kupluliinl Maternity
Homo, Honolulu. AiiKtist 31, to Mr
nnd Mrs Alfred C Musson of loutiB
street, 11 son
, fj. fy ti 4 it J. A it t vy
SP.VKN AUK lIIOM.r:i.
TOI,i:i)0, Ohio, September 3 Sov
rn employes of this city, who wcro
out on tho lako In u launch on a
pleasure, trip, wero drowned jester
day when their little boat was struck
nnd sunk by a barge.
NUI.SON. llrltlsh Columbia, Rcptem
ber 3 Tho Hall .Minos smelter, cov
orlng thirteen acres, vvns burned hero
todav Tho total 1()3S 1s estimated at
GKNKUVI, UllllKM.KvF IIK.UL
SAN JOSi:, Cal.. September 3
General Charles It. Grccnlcuf died In
this city vestcrday.
miss 1-awn uippineut nas sent a re- 1
cipe t th newspaper t' keep from turn- (
in' red at a musical comedy. Miss
Tawney Apple says If It wum fer '
tUrtin' ever'buddy t knockln' she'd an-
nounce her engagement.
Importer Fort St
Fert Street Near Beretanl
Manila and Madeira Embroidered
Collars, Cuffs and Handkerchiefe
Baby Pillow Slips
MRS. ZEAVE'S rooms have now been
thoroughly renovated, and en her
return by the 8. 8. Wilhelmina will be
reopened and all the latest etylee
brought with' her from New York will,
67-68 YOUNG BUILDING
1027 Nuuanu Street
HOLIDAY SALE " "
BEGINNING JUNE 3
All the Hate at Reasenable Prleee '
Folding Chairs and" -1
FOR RENT , J
J. liopp & Co., Ltd. ;
OAHU FURNITURE CO.
King 8treet, opposite Young Heist
P O, Hoi 140
FOR YOUR OROCXirXI. OCX '
AHEIUGAN BROEERAOX 00. .
3-99 King Itrett, nets Maaiiakts
Phone 221 Daily DtUvHrf
Cook1 a ic
With UA J
On nnd aftir October 2, 1911, and I
until further notice, tho Hcrnlce P.' (
Hlxhnp Museum will be open to the I
public from 10 a m.- to p m. dally
ixupt Suudiijs, Wednesdays and the
four Jiarl IioIIiIiijh Decoration Day.
Independence Pay, Tlumksglvlnp Dayf
mid Christinas Day No permits to
visit tho museum ull) be Issued to
paHhcnxcrH n through steamers on,
Weiliiesdii)K us formerly.
IIY OHDKIt OP THE TRUSTEES. 1
Septimur i, 1911. so:o-:m