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EVENING BULLETIN,' HONOLULU, T'H, MONDAY; SEPT. 1, 191t.
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J' T'Knnal lea cream and cold drink;
cigars and toilet articles. linker
goods."'l tako orders. 1277 Fort St.
I'llOST SALOON Kino wines and 1)Q
uors. 'Call and see us. K. Sasaki,
prop. Ucrctnnln and Maunakea Bts.
Kodak Hints developed and printed at
1127' Kort St. Tills Is tho only cheap
placo In town. J. A. Oonsalvos.
Sunrlso D)clng House All kinds ot
clothes cleaned and repaired with
special caro. B008-3m
G. Dnl Ice cream and cold drinks. Or
plicum Cufc, 1'oft St, nbovo Bere
Klovv ors, Lois to order at Julia Kala
klcla, I'auahl and Nuuanu; Tel. 3176.
Chang Hlng Kco Shoes, leggings, sad
dles, harness, repairing, 148 Bcretanla.
Wo On Merchant tailor. 111G Nuuanu
St, nboo Hotel.
Visit the sale at Sing Fat's, 1013 Nuu
anu St. ' tlSS-3m
NUUANU .AUTO STAND.
For hire at 'all times, 1 Packard, 1
Popes. Competent chauffeur. Nuu
anu, near Beretanla. Phone 1161.
For hire, sc en-seated Packard. Phone
2611. Young Hotel Stand; Charles
S. Karahara Auto stand. Phono 2086;
OAHU. AUTO STAND.
1 -" , ' t I I 1 u&j -
i" Stevens-Duryea-and Packards.iorjltlroj
py ine'irip, miur; jr ui -Yrv. ....
i t Mlllcr,Drt Bower,Hnd other". Tel;
ephone 3448. Cor. Hilltop, andJCIng;
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', . .11 T l.l.-.IW j f. , ft
-1"! LIVERY STABLE, ltd
Flrst-claesOllvery turnouts at reason
able rates. Territory Livery Stable,
848 King; phone 2636. iilir i ,
1'iu. mil ajOOKSl "'"'' ''' "
-,.? iiUMal, l
Ki-rond.'liaAil school tiooks and" siW
'' piles'' 'cllcaii" Staf'uook" liichailge,
1280 Fort St. - 'H015-tf
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BtTj'AND SELL, ,,'.,., "
Diamonds, watches 'and Jbwclry bought,
sold und oxchanged. J, Carlo, Fort St.
S. Klnoshlta New and second-hand
goods bought and sold. 1281 Fort St.
n. lkcda New nnd second-hand fur
nlturo bouhgt and sold. 1264 Fort St,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
Mr. OBllanlT?onractor and builder.'
House palritlffg, paperlmnglng, ajid
screens' ot alfklndsl Fort St , above
Beretanla; Phone 1127. !
6008-lm , '
George Yamada, general contractor,
Rstlmatcs furnished. 208 McCandless
Bldg.; Phone 2167. ,
Y, Ayook Gencrnl contractor. House
painting and wall paperhanglng.' 1)61
Btrilth St., cor. Pauahl. 6014-3m
l'UKUDO EMPLOYMENT OFFICE
Cooks, waiters, yardboys. King and
Punchbowl Sts ; TeL 1885.
T. I'ujlmoto, Klnau Employment Office;
phone 1879. 4836-tf
Pacific nicctrlc Co Motor and dynamo
repairing a specialty. Motors and
'g nerators of all capacity for sale.
134 S. Beretanla St ; Tel. 3132.
TM1 (accounts owing us prior to June
30 and not paid before September 16,
will bo placed In the hands of our
lUlorncy, for Immediate action. L. B.
Kerr cCn, Ltd, Alakea St.
Thayer Piano Co.
AND OTHER PIANOS
156 Hotel Street Phone 2311
-BULLETIN ACS PAY-
Clean furnished rooms to let, $1 SO and
, $2 a week. 1381 Fort Bt.
The property known ee tht Wlldse
building; corner of Fort and Queen
treets. Dimensions 41x11, The build
Ins will be remodeled to suit tenant.
Apply to C. Brewer ft Co, Ltd.
FURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT.
THE 1JLITB Furnished rooms. Hotel
St., opposite Young Cafo. Newly ren
ovated 'and refurnished. Under new
management. Terms reasonable. Lo
cation central. 5008-lm
NIccly-furnlshcd room, sultablo for
couplo or one or two gentlemen. Hot
and cold water; vvnlKlng distance.
296 Vlncjard, near Emma.
No. 72 Bcretanla St. Blectrlo lights
and running water in each room.
Price reasonable. J. H. Townsend,
Mosqulto-proof rooms aad 'board. 1345
Klng,8t ; Tlione 28B1. C026-2t
FURNISHED i 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. 443-tf
ROOM AND BOARD.
THi: ARGONAUT nooms 112; with
board, (36. 627 llerctnnla St ; Phono
1308. Mrs. J. A. Doyle, proprietor.
Room and board, private family. Every
convenience. Two car lines pas
door. 1842 King 8L 464-tf
Nicely-furnished rooms with board.
Apply 1366 King St.
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FOR SALE. I
Nice lunsuowat,Kalniukl. ' Locatjon
beautiful; One homes adjacent. Will
sell cheap for, cash or an easy terms.
Ii Sg -.Walter H.., Bradley,i,care ,Kal
mukliLaodiCo, Ltd, Box 420..
The, Transo enycloper-a ,tlme,-savng
Invention. No addressing necessary
r In sending put, bills or i receipts, Bul
letin Publishing Co.. tola agents 'for
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n.:i .. i m rzr, a i ft"
Ifeir,'6-room,,bjpgalow, KaJlhl; , ilot
66J4X218 t20P .easy terms., Don-
dero & Lamln(L S3 Jerchantr,at.
Phone Mti, p
Bargains In real estate, .on sea-shore,
plains end hills. "Pratt." 101 Stan
genwald Bldg; Telephone 1602.
Selected Caravonlca wool cotton seed.
A. V. Clear, 1214 Fort Bt.; P. O. Box
Thoroughbred TuIouhr geese, bred from
Imported stock. 2427 Lllllm St.
Inter-Island and Oahu Railroad ship
ping books, at Bulletin office. tf
Visit the sale at Sing Fat's, 1013 Nuui
anu St. i 968-3m
Plants,' palms, ferns, 'etc. '424 8. Bere
tanla. ' E027-2t
'Tried and truo" Famous Pierce cy
cles. For sale by 8. Miyamoto. Bi
cycle supplies and repairing. All
makes; new and second hand. 183
King St. 4148-ly
8. Komeya Expert bicycle repairing;
all work guaranteed New and seo-
ond-hand wheels at low prices.
Queen and Punchbowl Phone 2431.
Yee Sing Kee Plumber and tinsmith.
Smith St. bet. Hotel and Pauahl.
CLEANING AND PRESSING.
M. Muranaka Clothes bought and sold.
214 Beretanla St.; 'Phono 1069.
The Lion Tailors. DyeSng, cleaning.
repairing. Work guaranteed. Phone
2748. Called for and delivered. Bore-
anla, next hi pumping station.
C. T. Akana Merchant tailor. Fine
uitlngi. 1039 Nuuanu 8L
Try some of the new
"Red SmI" Records by
famous artists . ,
BERG8TROM MUSIC CO, LTD.
"for Salt" cards at Bulletin.,.
"We lead, others follow," In the manu
facture of carhpnattd beverages. One
price to all. Free delivery. Phone
8022. Honolulu Soda Water Co , Ltd ,
34A North Beretanla BLJ Chas. E.
Fresher, manager. 4941-tf
Patronize home Industry. Pure old Ha
waiian gin, made under the supervi
sion of the U. 8. Govt, obtainable
only at the Occidental Bar, King and
Traellng salesman; ono ncqunlntcd
with Jslnnd nnd city trade. Salary
nnd cnininlnslcii. Apply "Salesmaa),"
Bulletin office. 6020-tt.
A second-hnnd typewriter. Stato price.
Address "Stenographer," P. o. Box
Visit the sale at Sing Fat's, 1013 Nuu
anu St 4958-3m
Three or four carpenters. Apply Pu-
nnhou St , near King. C025-4t
The tailoring company of Chee Quong
has changed hands and Is under new
management Having engaged a
CUTTER FROM MAINLAND, they
guarantee satisfaction. 14 King St,
Wa Blng, manager,. 4962-3m
DR. BIRCH Office, 64 Ales. Toung
Bldg. Phone 3308.
S. Hashimoto Masnage, baths; rheu
matism, lirulses, sprains, tired feel
ing nnd dtlicr ailments relieved. 178
Bcretanla; Tel. 2637. '60ll-6m
, It's snow whit.. Never turns
yellow. Has the deep rich, luster
i of i porcelain. ,..!,
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When ordering spscify wheth-. '
ir for interior or exterior use,
and whether gists or flat finish
","j "? Limited j
1 " irrf8. kInq street I
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Largest Stock in'
MANUFACTURERS' 8HOE CO,. LTD.
Regal Shoe Store,
Phine 312S ,
ANZAI SHOE STOre
eretanla Street, Near Nuuanu
HONOLULU, H. T.
Telephone 1003 t
FOR YOUR OR00ERIEI. m
AMZRI0AN BE0KERAOI CO.
3-15 Xing Itreet. nei Mtaualiit
Phone 8311 TkUy DeUvery
"TODAY'8 NEW8 TODAY"
to OAS ,
House is rented tomorrow
If advertised today.
Never fails to happen ;
It's the Bulletin classified way.
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ex. J v niir
It adds &??
to the joy of
Complete rtoek at low and high
Photo Supply Co.,
n GOFLET PBIHTi
FAOITIO 7ICTUBE ' FBAMINO Oft
1050 Nanniin Street
.', I I- J ' I
jBread Baked Daily
You can have your ordtr changed
dally and be supplied with any ;of
these varieties from
1134 NUUANU ST.
Bread, German Pretzels and
iv-onceMugKc; i uc sure ana
rineiUp 21.24.. i i a
1129 FOBT STREET '
THE FAMOU8 CHICAGO MAKE
KIICSII ASSOIlTMnNT JUST
PALM CAFE '
Hotel Street - - Near Union
EAT AT THE
16 Hotel Street
OPEN DAY AND NIGHT
Krcsli qame nnd l'ixli received with
each ship from tho Count. ,
WONQ CHONG, Proprietor ,
.May's Old Kona Coffee
est in the Market
HNRY M A V tOO,
The Best Milk You Can Use
AT ALL DEALERS
Come and learn how your GAS BILL
can be REDUCED ONE-HALF by" use
of portable oven. -
' Demonstrations dally of OVEN and
new VACUUM WASHER.
HAWAIIAN DOMESTIC UTILITY
With Levy and Co., King Street,
Jlrmlers nf Hie Bulletin run
(Illicitly locale a nidn Tiirlely of ne
cessities for Hie houMvolllcc or hunl
nrss by, coiisulllni; the cliisalllcd col
(Associated Tress Cablo.)
SHANGHAI, China, 8citomlier 10
Fearful conditions must bo mot by
tho government nt onco In nearby
districts ttboro tho recent floods
caused mcr 100,000 deaths, nnd
whole famine nnd pcDtlicnce nro
threatening to bo moro dcstructUo to
human life than tho floods.
Oor socnty thousand survhors of
the flood hnvo crowded Into tho cllj
of Nanking nlono, nnd It Is estimate 1
Hint 300 nro itlng dally from fnm
Ino In thnt city.
To Suppress Rebellion.
Meanwhile the government at I'o-
King is hurrying tho concentration of
troops to iiituucsi the rebellion In
Szechucn, whoio tlio nulliorlt of tho
central gocrnmcnt has been set nt
deflnnco by mobs.
Tho hundred Or moro foreigners,
from the city of Clilngtu In thai pro
vince, who nro stated ,to, bo trjlng
In mnko their way to gunboats of tho
imwors on tlio Ynngtse river, hnvo not
been heard from since their flight.
They hnvo n dcsicrato trip of 100
miles to safety
WILL INSIST ON
SAN FRANCISCO. Soiitcmlier 10.
The' 'conference' of tho'commlttoa of
the"arloiis Irilous cdm(ioslng tho
shop employes fodcrntlon ended hero
today nnd tho situation has been
plnccd in tho bunds of tho Inform-
ttonal nfllcerH, who will decide as to
whether to order a general strlko In
tho railroad shops or not.
It is stated that as n result of theso
conferences It lion been decided that
tho demand which will bo persisted
In Is tho recognition of tho fcclcrn
Machinists Will Decide.
Mcahnltts Will Decide.
CHICAGO, September 10 Tho cx-
ecutlvo board of tho machinists union
will meet in Davenport, Iowa, tomor
row to decide Uion action as to the,
n cognition. of the federation .an'd whe
Ihcr-ihlglrecognltlolrwIll-Aie! still In
slsted uiiou with tho alternative of a
TROUBLE .BREWING , , , .
v., LISBON, Portugal. Septcmlior 16
It seems cortaln at this Mime (hntinit
liivaston of Monarchists Is Imminent,
as five thousand of them nrev conecn-
'ratine nt Orcnso, across tho 'border.
It was dlsctrtcrcd "toiny Chat eight
nunurcit, iiionarcnisuc priBoncrH, in
enrceratod", for opioslng ilha gmop
ment, have secured arms. An Invest!
Ration Is now under way, prom) t
steps having liccn taken to disarm
Tho government Is embarrassed by
a strike of 40,000 workmen In tho
vicinity of this city. Including cork
cutlers, dockworkors and lightermen,
Mobs of strikers nro terrorizing tho
country nnd fugitives nro crowding
Into tho cltj to escape vlolcnco else'
where. - ,
MISS CLARA BARTON
IS SERIOU8LY ILL
OKORI), Massachusetts, September
10. Miss Clara Ilarton, whose, nnmo
has been associated with relief work
on the Imltloflclds of three wnnj and
was flrst president ot tho American
Red Cross Society, )s seriously ill at
her homo in this city. Miss Ilarton
was born In this city ninety years
to nnd is ono of tho most dialing'
ulshcd women In tho world, having
been honored by many governments
bestdo tho United States.
FOR UNIVERSAL '
HBVi:ill.Y, Soptcmhor 10. Presi
dent Tnft has decided to tako up tho
natlon-wlilo question of dlvorco dur
ing bis trip through twonty-sovon
States, nnd will advocate tho passage
of a uniform divorco law.
It is understood that In tho plan for
n uniform dlvorco law South Carolina
will bo oxemnted from Its provisions,
as Its law does not permit of divorces
under any circumstances.
SUICIDE AT FLORIDA
. SAID TO BE MATHEW8
WASIIINflTON, Soptombor 10. It
Is believed that tho myslory of tho
disappcaranco of Captain Mathews of
tho marlno corps from Maro Island
navy yard Inst February, has been
solved at last. II Is nnnounccd thnt
a man who committed suicido nt San
Pablo riorlda, Is tlio missing offlcor.
AVIATOR8 RE8CUED FROM I
DROP INTO SEA
NnV YOUK, September 10. While
Aviator Sopwlth was cirrylng a ims
scnger In his blplnno along tho Ilrigh
ton Reach at Cone) Island tln, tho
machine dropieil into tho bca. Iloth
Sopwlth and IiIb pasbenger wcro ics
cued. COURT CHAMBERLAIN IS
KILLED IN AUTO ACCIDENT
COIIima, ncrmun, September 10,
Ilaron von Krffs, tho court cham
berlain for" Emperor Wllholtu, wa3
The physician who rtcommendt,
the patient who uses and tht
chtmlst who analyzes
have uUbliihcd It at preeminently
the belt in purity, in perfection
and In reiutti.
No other preparation hat itood
such Kvere tetti, such world-wide
imitation and met with luch popu
lar and profcMional endorsement
To trie babe, the child and the
adult It jives pure blood, strength,
solid flesh and vitality.
kilted In nil automobile accident biro
MARTIAL LAW TO STOP
SAN SALVADOR, September 10.
A report has been received In this
city that martial law has been de
clared in Honduras on account of tho
threatened revolution In that country
NO DAMAGE OF GENERAL 8TRIKE
SAN FHANCISCO, September 10.
The threatened strlko on tlio Hnrrl
man systems of railroads Is still un
decided and 'nn Immediate walkout of
tho men Is unlikely. The general offi
cers of tho shop cuiplnjes federation
will start on n tour of" tho various
railroad shops today for tlio puriMicn
of ascertaining tho sentiment of tho
men as to a general strike.
MON8TER LOGS AFLOAT
MENACE TO NAVIGATION
ASTORIA, Oregon, September 10
A monster log raft, emit ilnnl six mil
lion feet of logs, broke up today while
being towed out nt the mouth of tlio
Columbia Itlvcr Tho logs are drift
Ing out to sea and mo of such size
that thej nro n mciiitco to nivig.i-
ESSI.INOIIN. Wurteniburg. Septem
ber 10. Aviator Itnfniund II) ring was
killed nt tho aviation, nurt here- jev
Icntny when his machine c'ainc In con
nrtvwth one of (ho pvlons marking
the boundary nf tho field.
CARTER IS ON DECK.
KANSAS CITY, September 10. Al
fred Carter, representing Hawaii as n
Soptombor 25, nrrlvcdln this city yes
tcrjlw. W k",,r
IIAMIIUItO, Germany, September
10. Tlio first monorail railway has
been nutlmrlzcdi h thel government,
Hiirtilt will bo built between this city
rivo thousand dollars"ls what Tarn
rong claims from A. J. Campbell, Wil
liam Savldgo and Sheriff William P.
Jariett for being put nut of his houso
nt Wiilklkl and especially nt n time
when tho weather was "rulny und
unromfortnhlo" and Tain and Mrs.
Tain to say nothing of tho nine little
Tunis nnd also tho furniture and fit
tings of the hoiibo got wet as a con
sequence. Turn claims that they removed htm
from the premises without any legal
warrant or authority of law. C. W.
Ashfnrd lis his attorney and through
him. Tain, lias filed his suit In the cli
cut court. ,
COTTON CREPE SHIRT8, KIMONOS
1248 FORT 8T, ABOVE PERETANIA
Gents' Dry Goods
Kam Chong Co.
Corner Fort and Beretanla 8trttts
How about that Knife, Watch, Piano, Auto, Bone, BtigjT
that you don't care for any longer but that someone eurely
wanta? A little Want Ad in this paper will tell your story and
put you in touch with scores that have something that you hart
aot-but who want what you have. Costs but a few coppers!
Great scheme, isn't it? Well, get it to action. Use one g taste
little wonder workers but just now
Read and Answer y
Today's Want i Ads.
Onions eaten raw will deitroy th'
odor of a hot lead pencil eraser. Peo
ple who can't ting never refute.
Importer Fort St
Fort 8treet Near Beretanti
DRY GOODS FOR ECONOMICAL
Yee Chan & Co. ,
FINE LINE OF DRY GOODS
WAI1 YING CHONG
, King Street,, Ewa Fishmjirket
Wing Chbng Co.
" xoiii'n lujt.Biim
1 Deafen in iWnitara. Mstbtim.
,teata AU triad ,ef KOAssdMII.
..'And Clotk of Al Quality Cm ka
' 'SANG CHAN
' MO CANDLE8S BLDO;'!
P. 0. Bos 981 Telephone 1731
UCP0RTERB OF ORIENTAL Q0ODI
Wing WoTai & Co.
941 Nuuanu. near' Kins; Strati
Fine Lint of
' Carpenter Tools .
At the New Hardwait Btpn
CITY HARDWARE CO.
Kins; and Vnoann '
C. Q. Ycc Hop & Co.
MEAT MARKET AND IMPORTER
' Telephone No. 3451 '
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