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OOO OOOO O OOCHS)
T. Kunul Ico cream and cold drink;
clKnru and toilet articles Uaker
goodii. 1 take orders. 1277 Fort St.
PROHT HAf.OON Kino wines and liq
uors. Cull and see us. K. Sasaki,
prop Beretnnla and Maunakes, Bts.
Kodak lllins developed and printed at
1127 Tort St. This is tlie only cheap
place In town J. A. Gonsalvc.
Sunrise Dyeing House All kinds of
clothes cleaned and repaired with
special care. &008-3m
CI Dal Ice cream and cold drink. Or
phcuni Cute, Fort St, above Bere
Flowers, Ils to order at Julia Kala
klela, I'auuhl and Nuuanu; Tel. 3171
C'hnnR Illne Kee Shoes, leggings, sad
i dlts, harness, repairing, .141 Beretanla.
1 ' fc0l4-3tn I ' I
Wo On Merchant tailor. 1115 Nuuanu
Bt, nboe Hotel. C020-2m
NUUANU AUTO STAND.
For hire at all times, 1 Packard, 1
Popes. Competent' chadfTeur. Nuu
' a'nu,1 near Beretanla. Phon Sill.
For hire, seven-seated Packard. Phone
2611. Young Hotel Stand; Charles
H Koruhara Auto stand. Phone 2015;
Beretanla St. 5014-3m
OAHU AUTO 8TAND.
Stevens-Duryea and Packards (or hire
by the trip, hour, day'or'week. M. E.
Miller, Bert Bowers and others.1 Tel
ephone 3448 Cor. Bishop and Klnr
,. ,.... lliiaH. 4.tk...k..M .1 ..A,......
able rates". Territory 'Livery Stable,
348 King; pnone Z635.
J ... PPPK8.
WerjOnU-lionU pcliuol bookH and sup
tillou oliptin Htnr Honk Rxchnnn.
...1J80 Fort .St. . ' 60iDtf
in hit i n t
BUY, AND 8ELU, ,. ,
Diamonds, watcjies and jewelry bought;
sold and exchanged. J. Carlo, Fort St
B KlnoHlilta New and second-hand
goods bought and sold. 1281 Port St.
It Ikeda Now and second-hand fur
niture bouhgt and sold. 1204 Fort St,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
Oeorge Yamada, general contractor.
Estimate's furnished. 208 ttcCandleas
Bldg.; Phone' 2167. ' ' '
Y. Aook General contractor. .House
pulntlng and wall paper hanging, list
Smith St , cor. Paualil. . 6014-Jm
FUKUDO EMPLOYMENT OFFICE
Cooks, waiters, yardboya, King and
PunchbowrSts ; TeL HIS
T. rujlmoto, Klmu Employment Office;
. phone 1879. 4891-tf
I'uclflc Electric Co Motor and dynamo
repairing a specialty. Motors and
Kenerators of 'all rupaclty for sale.
134 S. Beretanla St,: Tel 3132.
All accounts owing us prior to June
30 and not paid before September IS,
will be plated In the hands of our
attorney for Immediate action. L. B.
Kerr & Co, Ltd, Alakea St.
Kentucky Cute, Alakea St. Uest 2Ea
meal in city, Open day mid night.
T. Oklno, prop. 6029-lm
Yen Sing Kee Plumber and tinsmith.
Smith St . bet. Hotel and Pauslil,
Thaytr Mmo Co.
AND OTHER PIANOS
1M Haiti Urol Pliant Dili
Hx-rooin house, partly furnished, re-
ildence district; one uiock rrom car
bine. Address ".. -K.", Bulletin of
ill property known as th Wilder
building, corner of Fort and Queen
streets. Dimensions 41x11. The build
ing will be remodeled to suit tenant.
Apply to C. Brewer Co, Ltd.
FURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT.
Nicely.furnlshed room, suitable for
couple or one or two gentlemen. Hot
and cold water; walking distance.
2DS Vineyard, near Emma.
No. 73 Beretanla SL Blectrlo light
and running water In each room.
Price reasonabi. J, H. Townsend,
ROOM AND BOARD.
THE ABaONAUT Booms $12;'wlth
board, I3G. C27 Beretanla St ; Phone
1308 Mrs. J. A. Doyle, proprietor.
Boom and board, private family. Every
convenience. Two car line pas
door. 1142 King St. ' 4l(4-tf
Nicely-furnished room with board.
Apply 13M King SL
Nice bungalow at Katmukl. Location
oeautirui; line nomes adjacent, win
sell clieap for cash or an easy terms.
See' Walter II. Bradley, care Kat
mukl Land Co., Ltd, Box 420.
The Transo envelope a time-saving
Invention. No uddresslng necessary
In sending out bills or receipts. Bul
letin Publishing Co, m1 agents for
New S-room bungalow, Kallht; tot
StHxllI S2000; easy term. Don
dero & Lansing; 13 Merchant St.;
Phone 2SS3. . 4151-tf
Bargifln In real estate, on sea-shore,
plains and hills. "Pratt," 101 Stan
genwald'Bldg ; Telephone 1402.
Furnished house, Ave room!,; privilege
of renting house. Both reasonable.
Opposite Normal School. - E028-tf
Remington tinewrltor No. 7. In first-
- ------- . (
class condition. P. O. Ilox; 114, Ho
Stalil mandolin, with hand-sewn leath
er case. Apply at Queen Hotel. Bar
Belected Curavonica wool cotton seed,
A. V. Dear, 1214 Fort St.; P. O. Box
30-hori.epower touring auto. Will sell
at a sacrifice. Telephone 2970.
lnter-lsland and Oahu Railroad ship
ping books, at Bulletin office. tf
"Tried and true" Famous Pierce cy
cles. For sale by S. Miyamoto. Bi
cycle auppll and repairing. All
makes; new and second band. 112
' King SL ' 4l4t-ly
8. Komeya Expert bicycle repairing;
all work guaranteed New and second-hand
wheels at low prices.
Queen and Punchbowl; Phone 2431.
S. Hashimoto Massage, baths; rheu
matism, bruises, sprains, tired feel
ing and other ailments relieved. 178
Beretanla; Tel. 2637. 60U-6m
CLEANING AND PRESSING.
M, Muraiiaka Clothes bought and sold,
214 Beretanla St.; Phone 10S9.
The Lion Tailor. Dyeing, cleaning,
reprlrlng. Work guaranteed. Phone
2748 "Culled for and delivered. Bere
anla, next to pumping station.
C. T. Aksna Merchant tailor. Fins
suiting!. 1039 Nuuanu St.
0X1. UlllCH Office, II Ales. Young
Uldg. I'hone J10I.
Try till uf Hi flaw
"llil Htl" lluuriU by
fsiiiuiM urlll i i
ll!RQTrlOM MUQI0 CO, LT0,
'We lead, others follow," In the manu
facture of enrbonated beverages. One
price to all. Free delivery. Phone
3022. Honolulu Soda Water Co , Ltd i
34 A North Beretanla SL; Chas. E.
Frostier, manager. 4141-tf
Patronise home Industry. Pure old Ha
waiian gin, made under the supervi
sion of the U. S. Govt, obtainable
only at the Occidental Bar, Kins' and
Traveling snlcsinun; , one acquainted
with Island and city trade. Salary
and cnnimlssli n. Apply 'Salesman,"
Bulletin olf.ee. E020-tf
Young; man or unman for cltrlcnl of
lice work with Know ledge of stenog
raphy. Aildresi 'S. K.", Bulletin
A sccond-hnnd typewriter. Stale price.
Address 'Stenographer," P. O. Box
Necktie stickpin Owner can lime
same by inlllnR at the Bulletin of
fice, protlnR property and paying for
We have a complete fresh
", ' Honolulu
Photo Supply Co.,
" n COPLEY PBIHTi
f A0m0 PICTURE PRAMIHi
' 1050 Xanana ttrst ' '
See These New
It It posslblo to decorate the
Interior of liouxo more artis
tically nowudnyH than was pos
sible a few 'scars ago with
Let us show you some of the
new patterns nnd bnrdrn It's a
pleasure. to,slioiv, tiexe oodfl,
whether uu wish ,tjO buy or pot.
Lcwcrs 4 Cooke,
177 S. KING STREET
F0S 70UK OE0CKKDBB. Ill
AMZRI0AN BR0KZBAOS 00.
93-15 lint; lireet. Max Maah&kta
Phons tMI Daily DcUvatr
NEW DRUG STORE
Stocked with New Drugs and
SODA WAT13R FOUNTAIN
HAWAII DRUG CO.
42 Hotel Street st and of Bethel
-miLia-TiN ana v-
Houie is rented tomorrow
II advertiued today.
Never fuila to happen ;
It'N the Bulletin oIiinn.! iod way.
SIX KILLED IN
(Assoclafod Press Cable.)
l VIENNA. Austria. September 17.
'This cltj Is seething with illxcrjntent'
over the high cost of living. Mobs
formed In tho gtreetB todnj to loot
the cafes of food, and were clmrfiul
by dragoons and lnfantr mil dls-
Fire on Rioters.
The Infantry were ordered to take
the barricades and fired twlco on tho
mob Six persons wcro killed nnd
200 severely and many others slight
1 Dispersed for tho Becoinl time In
the streets the mob stormed the Ila
thniiB Parle and ravaged tho place
It falsa took possession of a school
house and burned tho fiimlttiro first
nnd the house afterward.
Protest at Hlnh Prices.
' Tho trouble started, early In tho day
when a mass meeting was held In
(which 60,000 people took part to pro
test ngainsi me nign cnsi oi loon.
Speakers Inflamed tho crowd, assert
ing that food was stored in tho safes.
Threats 'Are Mads,
ThreatB wero freely niide this even
ing that the mob would burn other
building besides schoolhmises.
A Btrongiforce of , Infantry and cav
nlry has been ordered Into the city
nnd In case or further efforts upon
the pari of the mob to destroy pro
perty there will bo bloodshed.
BOTH 8IDE8 ARE
LOOKINO FOR VICTORY
OTTAWA, Canada, September 17.
Both Liberal and Concrvatlo load
ers are predicting victor) nnd bath
sides assert confldetic; In tho result
of the general election which will bo
held throughout tho Dominion noxt
Thursday, September 21.
The Liberals In a statement Issued
today announced mat (ey will re
ceive a majority of nt least slxt
three seats In Parliament, while, tho
opposition claims Hint It will 'securo
A m.ijarltycor iblrty-nliie. ,,ThD Indlj
cations are at this tima that the causa.
of reciprocity wlll'wlli." ""
Taking Precautions. .,., j
UMVVIIiCVI Unnllf.f.n DA..lAnil.ns
ittii awa( luuiiiiouti, ovFtviiiu4iii
17. Kxclteftietiti iln;ninnlne ,hlglJ
throughout the western country ami
the government Is' taking precautions
to u,vold n.ny',trjil)lcvlniJectlon day:
Orders havo been Issued assigning
six membtrH bf-'the'prftvlnclaliioon-Btables
nnd.six, niemberg.of tho.Pn
minion government Mce to guard
each K)lllng nlaco;,ne,itThurslay ,
. ... MURDERERS..FROM .POLICE
PITTSBURG, Pennsylvania, 8ep-
tem 17. One of tho stroWest occurr
ences of the kind' evdrBrecorded fol
lowed tho murder of Pa master David
Steen of tho Superior Coal' Company
yesterday, shot and kilted ty bandits,
who sought to rob him of a largo mini
When tho murdere'rs wero arrested
a mob gathered, but Instead of at
tempting to lynch tho men, tho crowd
j rescued them from the hands of tho
I officers. The money was saved, by
tho police, '
MURDEROUS AUTO ACCIDENT.
8YRACU8I:. New York. Sentember
i i7. One of the worst, aiildents 'which
has ever been recorded nt a racing
meet, hapiiened yesterday afternoon at
the state fair grounds here during the
progress, of tho automeWIe races.
The racing machine of Lee Oidflell,
while traveling at a terrlfflc speed,
became unmanageable and crashed
through a fence and Into a crowd of
spectators, killing nine persons and
wounding fourteen others, Bomo of
whom may 'die.
Oldflcld, who Is a relative of Har
ney Oldfleld, the celebrated automo
bile racing man. Is prostrated by
shock. Ho wan only slightly Injured
In tho accident going through the
fence, stopping his machine as soon
as iosslble after it had plowed through
the -lines of people.
BUFKAIX), New York, September
17. One of the most rcmarkablo ac
cidents on record took place hero yes
terday during the water carnival,
when the h)dri-p!ano, Dixie IV, fly
ing from tho water to the shore with
out its rudder, dashed Into a crowd
of BectatorB nnd fractured the skull
of u boy mid cut off tho leg of a man
ROBBER8 AND COIN
VANCOUVER, llrltUh Columbia,
September 17. No clew has as )et
boon found tn the Idenlll) of tho five
men who robbed tho New Westmln-
fgf W1 il LB"'
rter branch of tho Bank of Montreal
Thursda) night, when they escaped
with Ml 5,000.
A bill passed hcto joatcrdny and
siipiiosed to hne teen one of those
stolen from the bank has been traced
and li found to lme been a mistake
as far as the clew Is concerned.
A large force of detecthes nro on
the trail of tho robbers, but tho po
lice admit that there are no clews.
RIOTS IN MEXICO
MONTEREY. Mexico, September
17. As a result of tho cclabraljon of,
Independence Day hofo yesterday'
riots broke out and thrco ticople were
killed and eighteen wiiundej. The
city is almost In a state of panic nnd!
tho disorder Is unchecked. Hundreds
nre fleeing across the border to Texas.
Quiet In 'Capital.
CITY OF Mi:XICO. Boptcmber 17.
Tho one hundred and first nnnUer
B.ary of the Independence of Mexico
was celebrated esterday, President
de la Ilarrn reviewing tho troops.
BOGROFF SAY8 HE DID IT.
KIEV, Ilussla September 17. Ulml
trl Bogroff, assailant of Premier Stu
pln, was before n magistrate for ex
amination yesterday, but xhoned tho
greatest indlfferenco as to wli.H uu
dono or what his fate would he.
"Yes, I Bhot him," stated tho pris
oner In answer to the question if lib
won the man who had shot (ho Pre
mier. I "'
Premier Stolpln Ib reiorted to bo
recoering, his wounds not resulting
bo seriously as at first appeared would
bo the case. '
FEELS HAWAIi;a EARTHQUAKES.
, SAN JOSB. C'al. Scptonber 17. -j-Selstnogrniih
rccordg taken here today
news that there was an .carthipnke
3,701 kilometers west Wthe! Pacific
Coast. This would apparently be 111
tho vicinity of Hawaii.
STARTS ON LONG FLIGHT.
Ni:W YORK, September 17.-Ala-
tor Rodgers started todaj to mako the
transcontinental trip to San Krnn
Cisco far the Hearst $50 000 prize HIh
first flight was of eighty miles to
Miildletonn. this State.
TAFT TAKES DAY OFF.
nilirc, Pennslvanla, September 17.
President Taft sjient Sunday In this
city, where ho rested most of tho day,
going to church in the morning. Hu
started at midnight for Detroit, where;
he will speak tomorrow.
KIRV, 'Russia, September, 17. Pre
mier HiinpiniiooKfi, iutHJ! for mo
worso'todny. Peritonitis has set in
and )ls,ondltlon Is now, asserted tt
't U 11
LAURIER HAS CLEARFIELD NOW
QUKDKC, Canada September 17.
The ContorvatUo' candidate momln.it'
cd -In I Ik district; op East' QAcbeK ns
tho opiKinent, to Sir Wilfrid" Laufler
has ' Withdrawn, fnAm 'tho' .contest at
the Klstit(nK making the election of
rremierMiurier one ny acclamation
a-; ' " i
KIDNAPER IS CAPTURED.
HANNAH, North Dakota, Septem
ber 17. Kd Davis, thtt escaicd Call
fornla convict who has been huiitod
far months, was captured hero yts
terday. He has been Identified as
tho kldnaier of Miss Eleanor Prce,
tho Manitoba school teacher.
THREE MEN ENTOMBED.
I.n,nVIM.n, Colorado September
17, The shaft of the Morning Star
mlno collapsed jesterday and Ihreo
men wcro entombed. A l'argo force
of men Is Ht work in anosjffnrt to l res
cue tho imprisoned mennavho afe-'lie-
llevcd to be still alive,, and a lle
Ib being forced through tho debris
to establish "communication.
FIGHTING FOREST FIRES.
I.KAD, South Dakota, ScptemborK,
Practically every able bodied man
In this district Is fighting a forest flro
which Ib now threatening "this (own,
REBELS WIN OUT. I
CHUNKING, China, Septombcr 17.
A troop of Imperial cuvalrj, one
hundred strons, was ainbiished by tho
rebels In Szechuen pruvinco toduy and
All Was Quiet
I'EKINO, Heptcmtier 17. Tlio
Krcnch and German legations in this
city havo received dispatches front
Chlngtti, capital of tho prminco of
Szechuen, which has been reiiorted us
In a state of siege, dated September
11, HtatliiR that all was quiet,
W..II. Hullrth l Mr mi,
Com and learn how your GA8 BILL
can be REDUCED ONE-HALF by uto
of portable ovenT
Demonstrations dally of OVEN and
new VACUUM WASHER.
HAWAIIAN DOMESTIC UTILITY
With Levy and Co, King 8trtt
Jutt th Thing
HAWAII A 80UTH
BEAB CUHIO CO,
Ami All rit Curd
UIHri tililml.il rwMiu Ul!5(l
butliirts uftltri 'Hum' nri' llif ltli
bltuup MHUiktri ( Uv Dull t Mi
Rati arc a menace to r.
health and properly. Atfjflra
the first siilit of a rat, 19'.!
It la theonly guaranteed extT-1
mlnfttor for tat, tnlae. ock- '
inr X0 ..ah. wtlth lnrrA. I
salts, a positive proof of moriU
Get the Genuine. Mor fc.tV tf It ItSU.
2SmJI00. SoU E.rj-V.r..
. Acre's, a Tip
Buy your school books and supplies
A. B. ARLEIQH & CO., LTD.
Hotel Street Near Union
For GENERAL OFFICE STATION
ERY and FILING SY8TEM8, call or
writ to us and we will Mil vour wants.
Office Supply Co.,. Ltd.,
St FORT STREET
Fort 8tret Near Beretanlal
Importer Fort St
a: n. sanford
I LU '
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"TODAY'S NEWS TODAY"
. Regal Shoe Store,
. - . u Phone, iZt
BANZAI SHOE STn-e
Berstanla.Street, Near Nuuanu
"HONOLULU, H. T.
I Cures Const
fitoroach and Liver
Cures the Kidneys.
Mother-do the daya drag long
and tired? You don't complaln-r-f
or you love your little ones. But
why not save your strength? Let
one of our little Want Ada hunt
out a good Nurse today one im
bued with the motherly apirit.
And Nurse remember that the
mothers of this city read this
paper and if your Want Ad is
here when they look for a Nurse,
it means your selection for a good
home. Get what you want now
Read and Antwer
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Long-tongued women imagine thtr
pop'lar when folks er only afraid o'
them. Tlitr hoint much t' a eighty
.cent roait after you subtract th' rib an'
tit' index finger.
C. Q. Yeejqp &, Co.
MEAT MAItKCT AND IMPORTERS
Telephone No. 3451
DRY GOODS FOR ECONOMICAL
Yee, Chan & Co.
Gents' Dry Goods
.Kam Chong.Co. ;
Corner Fort and Beretanla Streete
FINE LINE OF DRY GOOD!5
WAII YING CHONG
l K 1 l 1 1. te
King Street, Ewrf'WihwaTlre.r"
KIHU IT. NEAJt IXTm .
Dealcn in Furniture, BTattrMMS,
to., etc. All kind of K0A sad MJV
HON FUHN1TUEE mtdt to order. '
And Cloth of Al Quality Cm bo
.mo oanduss bloo.
r. v. box vat iciepaoue l91
1MP0ETERS OF 0EIENTAL Q00DI
Wing Wo Tai &1C0.
841 Nuuanu. near King Strati
I'HONB 102.0, -y.
, .jFuw) IJna of
, rCarRenier.Tools j.
At the New1 Eardwara liara
CITY EARDWAXS CO. :
King and Nuoann ttraaU
Crepe Goods "' "
COTTON pRCPE SHIRTS, KIMONOS
, i, AND PAJAMAS
1248 F.ORT ST, ABOVE BERETANIA
Getting a iVan-M mr
' a Portion u Nmrm
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