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MILO M. POTTER, Mgr.
Oprrated on the American Plan only.
asked are less (Service, Cuisina and Surroundings considered) than Can be
found In any nny hold in America. Baggage may be checked direct to
Hotel Potter from anywhere-in the United States or Canada. Wire ahead for
reservations, at our exponse. For rates, pamphlets and full particulars con
cerning Hotel Potter, address! OTTO GERTZ, P. O. Box , Honolulu.
Ocary Street, above Union Square
Kuroprnn Plan $1.G0 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
New steel and brick structure.
Kvtry comfort and convenience.
A high class hotel at very moderate
rates. In the center of theatre and
retail district. On car lines trans
ferring to all parts of city. Electric
omnibus meets all trains and
steamers. Hotel Stewart recognized
as Hawaiian Island Headquarters.
Lame Address "Trawets ABC code.
A Hotel that is noted for
the elegance of its Cuisine
Emma St, above Vineyard
IT WIU. 1113 A (IIIIIAT MOON AT
tiiik w i.i:k and tiii: mm: iio.mi:
on tup. TitAiN wn.i, m:
Rooms and Board
B A T H I N a
EAT AT THE
s Old Kona Coffee
Best in the Market
A C O.
The Best Milk You Can Us
AT ALL DEALERS
WAS AWARDED HIGHEST HONORS
At the riccnt California State 1'ulr
lu'Iil nt Sacramento:
A GOLD AWARD
A BLUE RIBBON AWARD and
A CASH PRIZE
Mules for Sale
The BICYCLE DEALER and .
PAIRER, hat moved to
180 UNO USUI
New location Bed. front, neai
Young Building. .Telephone 2518.
CIGAR MOW I
qttnst no -.
2185 ciliiorlal pn(Vnisr,-2256
business oflli'f. TlicNo uru the liln
"bone numbers nt the Ilulletln.
8ANTA BARBARA, Cat.
Each room lias outside axposur. Rates
Piourers tnd Leaden In
the Automobile Bmlneti
Amenta for such well-Known can
m 1'aekBrd. Pope-Hartford, Hteveus
, Uuryea, Cadillac, Thomas Flyer,
. ilulck, Overland, Dakar Electric, and
Supplies & Repairing
CHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
For the BEST RENT CAR8 in the
city, ring up
OLDSMOBILE, No. 403j RENAULT,
No. 404) I.ANOAULET, No. 680
C. H. BEHN
AM. WIS ASK IS A TRIAL
HONOLULU VULCANIZING WORK8
Phone 1823 Kapiolanl Building
Use a PREST-O-LITE TANK on
your Automobile and save Generator
Acetylene Light and
Agency Co., Ltd.
"TODAY'S NEWS TODAY"
Stearns & Foster Co.
J. Hopp & Co., Ltd.
OAHU FURNITURE CO.
Kino Street, opposite Young Hotel
P. O. Box 840 Pbone 3011
115S FORT STIXBHT
Regal Shoe Store,
BANZAI SHOE 'STORE
Beretanla 8treet, Near Nuuanu
HONOLULU, H. T.
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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., 9ATURDAY,
GREATEST HIT EVER1
LAST NIGHT'S EXHIBITION BY
IN MENTAL TELEPATHY
A marvelous demonstration! Blind
foldod, Veolette reads letters and cards
in your pocket. Unusually Interesting
DON'T MIHS THICMI
May Edith Taylor
In Catchy, Up-to-date Songs
NEW AND ENTRANCING FILMS
HPnriAi iti.m snnvicn at
MMi'iiti: am. vi:i:k
More Music Hall Songs by
Lucia Lottie Collins
Given In Her Inimitable and Captl
THEN MORE GOOD AND NEW
PICTURES 4 New Ones
"Boy Globe Trotter," working way
around world, in Selected Songs
AN EXCELLENT PROGRAM
AN ILLU8TRATED 8TEREOP
With Special Reference to
Volcanoes of Hawaii
Frank A. Perrct
FRIDAY, NOV. 10
8 P. M.
A. N. SANFORD
Boston Building Fort 8treet
Over May AV Co.
a. p. Mcdonald,
Contractor and Builder
Estimate given on evil kinds of
Concrete Work Specialty
AUAHI STREET. NEAR NUUANU
Will Do It
G. M. DUNCAN
258 Beretanla St., opp. Royal Hawaiian
Wank books of nil sorts, ledgers.
etc, manufactured by the Bulletin
if ii iiiiiiiiiiiriiiilftiitfif "'j. .Hii'iLiiL
SLAUGHTER AT HANKOW SPARED
NEITHER AGE NOR SEX OF MANCHUS
flllANfJUAl, riilnn, October IS
Six crowded steamships urrlcd here
from Hankow today, currying refu
gees. Tliu llclgrnvla unit occupied ex
clusively by foreign pusseiiKors, who
were ulvcn flee nciunihiodittloiis at
Iho direction of the consuls nt Hun
how. The ship was so crowded tlml
many of the passengers Hlvpt In Ion;
wwh on nuittlnj; laid down on tin
floors of tliu hold. Moat of the for
eigners were l(UHti:inn employed In
tliu tea factories and Ilelglaii Iron
workers emplued In the steel works
tho linn YnnK arsenal and on the
The refugees declare that the whole
Yangtso Valley, fiom Hankow to
Shanghai, Is In the hands of the
rebels, with tho possible exception
of one or two of the larger cities, to
which the provincial officers have re
tired with their available troops. It
lias been Insistently stated here that
Klu Klung, ICO miles below Hankow,
Is under revolutionary control. This
Is denied, however, by foreign officials
nnd by the representatives of tho Chi
nese customs service.
Massacre of Miincliiis Spa red 'nnr.
Accounts of the revolutionary at
tack on Wu-Chang, as given by the
refugees today, emphasize particular
ly tho massacre of the Manclius in
that- city. In the slaughter neither
ago., nor sex was regarded, nnd It Is
doubtful, tho refugees say, whether a
slnglo representative of tho Mnnchu
raco was left alive there. Similar
slaughter of the Manclius followed in
Hankow and Hun tail when those
cities fell. ,
Copies, of tho Central Clilnn I'ost
which' 'arrived on the Uclgravla, de
scribe the early progress of tho revo
lutionary movement. An editorial ar
ticle comments at length on the man
ner In which tho revolution was con
ducted) "The movement commands
tin) admiration of all parties," says
tho editor. "The leaders displayed
secrecy, promptitude ami thorough
ness qualities seldom shown by theour brethren throughout the world,
governing classes In China. Hut the Those with money should contilliuto
massacre of the Manclius In our threo
cities Is a ghastly blot on tho reputa
tion of the revolutionaries."
Arrivals from Hankow report that
800 Manclius were massacred. To
miiko sum of the Identity of their
victims thn rebels took advantage of
the slight difference In tho Chinese
nnd Manchii pronunciations. When a
suspect was taken ho wus ordered to
count, and the crucial test was his
pronunciation of tho numeral b, which
In Chinese Iff liii-slilllu.
Tho wharves hero aro crowded with
98 NEW VESSELS WILL SOON FLY
U.S. FLAG; CANAL IS STIMULANT
NHW YORK, October IS. Tho roll-)
stiucllon of fifty now vessels ll)lnK
Ibu American llau and the placing of
orders for forty-eight iiioru Indicates!
revival In tho merchant inarlno if'
Ship owners have been rather letli
urglc In buying now ships during Iho
last two c:irs, hut slneo the l'amnmi
Canal Is Hearing completion, Ameil
can steaniHhlp companies luivo awak
ened and so inaliy orders hnvo been
placed within tho last twelve months
that shipbuilders hnvo had to cry
"slop." atiQ at present aro compelled
to leruse any now worn.
Nenily nil the vessels building and
to be const! ucted nro Intended for thn
coastwise tnido and many of them will
bo used as freight and oil carriers.
Leads European Countries.
At the present tlmo tho merchant The miliums o! (Ward users ncirr
marine of the United Suites totnls a , ii,.,,,!,,,!,,, ivllkiii mi
tonnago of 7.508,082. almost a million. """ '"'",l''i t oiistljiiillou, llll
tons gicater than tho morchnnt inur- Iouhiicks or Sick Stomach.
Incs of ticiniany, Franco nnd Norway.
combined. It Is mmo necessary that you keep
As compared with tho merchant )our Dowels, l.lver and Stomach
marines or Russia. Sweden, Denmark,' ci(..ul , ,, ,,,, , ,t , ,
United State, Is still ahead, our mer-. Il,r dt- ' ' "listi icilnn.
chant marine being Just a million tons' Aro '" K',l'lllK clean Inside with
greater than tho combined tonnage of Cnscniets or mutely foiclng a pas
theso countries. I sngowny every few dajs with sails,
No attempts seems to hnvo been cathaitlc pills or castor oil? This Is
mnde to establish a trans-Atlantic Important.
service of passongor ships, ownois cascarets Immediately cleauso nnd
con entlng t heiiiselves w h cotwlso ,.,. , .,,,., remvo .
triulu nnd Iho trade between Central ..
America and the I'acllle and Atlantic ''"r' "ndlKeste.l and fermehtlng food
coasts. '"' '""' l!'IK()x: luko the ecea Idlo
U. '8. Ask Mall Blda. fr,"" 'o "vt and carry out of tho
The United States has asked for system tho decomposed waste matter
bids for currying malls from tho Pa- and poison In tho Intestines nnd
clllc to. tho .Atlantic coust through hovvcls.
tho canal and these bids will bo opon- No ,,, how )ailI.. ,, lliaol ..
ed on November 25tll. f00i ., r;asc-i!iit lonlehl ulll ii-il,'lil
Tho Atlahtlc and Puclflc Trnnspoit ''ol' ,,",1 ... .. , In t''ll!
Coh.pany.:n jujw corporation formed Cl .f"" out1,, '"'""' They work
villi n capitalization of $15,000,000, Is whUo '011 Blll'l'' A 10-ccnl box from
piopared to build fifteen new vessels ?"' druggist will keop your ontlio
to carry WfiHftlSPrs and freight If Iho family feeling good Tor months. Don't
bid Is accepted. foiget the children lltelr little In-
Tho conditions In American ship- sides need a good, geiitlo cleaiislnp,
yaids at Iho present tlmo aro with- i()u.
out piecedcnt. Until tho present tliiiu
til.. Ill.itn.l O.nfn.. ........ !... 1....I ....
tionhln In ..ellhiL. Imttln,.!,!,. ni.,1
cruisers built ut roasonublo niloi, but
now Ihnt tlio yards uro winking nt
capacity, tho nnvy will huvo to tako
Its cliauco In getting now vessels con-
Many Orders Placed.
Among tho ordors recenlly placed,
two for tho Standard Oil Compiny,
threo steam whale shins for tho Pa-
r tho Pa-
cine Coast Company mid a new ins-
senger vessel for the I'oito Illco
NOV. A, 1911,
persons nwalllng dally the nrrlvnl of
river steamboats nnd anxious as to
the fate of friends In the disturbed
The Vlreroy of Nankin telegraphs
to the Shanghai Taotal that the for
mer city Is iiulet as usual.
The government has cancelled tho
order for six steamships of tho China
Merchants' Navigation Company to
proceed to Tientsin for tho transpoit
or troops up the Vang-tse-klaug. It
1.1 stated that nil the Imperial troops
required will lie nblo to rcaili Han
kow iiioru expeditiously by the rail
way, which Is absolutely In tho hands
of tho government.
All telegrams from tho Interior are
censored, nnd consequently there me
conflicting reports as to the result of
the battle nt Hankow yeslordhy. Tele
grams to l'eklng puss through tho
hnnds of (ho Imperialists, while mes
sages for Shatighul aro sent by way
of Klu-klung, which Is In the bunds of
The Klaiignau Arsenal, noiij- heie,
Is closely guarded by lofio trips, but
a rising In this city Is not expected.
The run on the Imperial Hank hero
still continues, but the bank oflliois
appear to hnvo ample resources. They
uro now paying out for tho llrst time
tho newly minted dragon design dol
lars from the mint at Nanking, tho
iiruvmciai capital. Their largo le
serve of Mexican dollars wus com
pletely 'exhausted by tho demand ear
lier In tho week.
A Ited Cross organization lias been
started hero. At Hankow and Wu-
Chnng Chlneso women nro serving as
Ited Cross volunteers for tliu llrst, tlino
Shanghai llotbeil of Herniation.
Shanghai Is u hotbed of revolution.
nnd rumors of plots nnd counterpluts
nre numberless. A formal appeal Is
sued by tho lovolutloiiury agents hero
"Wo appeal for tho cooperation of
funds; those with wisdom should do
vlsn plans; Ihose with physical prow
ess should mount steeds and Join tho
ranks; those with Information should
Bccretly icport tho eiiemy'B condition.
Wo expect that our movement will
succeed. If It falls, the ten days'
ninsstu-rps of Hung Chow and Klatlng,
when tho Mnnehiis mihducd China,
will be lepeated. It Is hoped that
our patriotic brethren will lespond
from all directions and with unani
mous minds will turn this unlvcrso
Orders that will ho shortly placed
Include two large passenger boats Tir
Iho Clyde line, two large p.iHsenger
vessels for the Ward line, two lingo
passenger vessels for the Atlantic u
Pacific Company, four stenmshlpH for
the l'ali-Ameilcan Mall Steamship
Company, two passonger vessels for
the Alaska Steamship Company, and
a doyen other vessels oil rairlers,
tugs, lake iitcamors and diedgors for
Tho ,n-f'l V'0 boat WldS, llllllt
nt " r"Kl "r UJW and puich.ised slv
weens ago uy William Keith of linn
Ilnihiir, was huiiiod lo iho w.itor's
odgp and sunk In Iho haihor hj n tiro
lurlglnutlllir flout nil m.lilonlnii of mnJ
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Webster I nun Dr. Iliiuy CIrIii Wol
"."" 'a cnaigo.l Willi Iho murder.
"' "lB "Tmid wlfr, llusrle Kent Woh-,
H"'' ' uixnn. III.. Is iehl illegal by
Judgo I'lanflln C. l'lutt of Iowa.
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heavy duty Mariho and Stationary Gat Engines aro bui't In San Francisco,
Cal. 1, 2, 3, 4 and 6 Cylinders) 4 to 250 H. P.
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Dear Sirs! We take pleasure in stating that we have purchased one 25
h. p. four cylinder, two 35 h. p. three cylinder, one 12 Ii. p. D. C. and four
teen 4 and 6 h. p. tingle cylinder Imperial Engines, all in use in our fleet of
fading boats We ore well satisfied with the performance of your machines
and will gladly recommend them.
AMERICAN FISH & OYSTER CO, Black Diamond.
Imperial rapid advance in trade it due to its havlrp the highest effici
ency of any gas ngtne In our market. Every possiblo precaution is taken In
the manufacture if Imperial as to best of material being used, exact, nnd
standard slice tumed out. Call and we will show you Imperial engines, big
end small, marine ind stationnry, wording In Honolulu. Imperial agent for
Hawaiian Islands Is HENNINQ A. PETERSON, 1150 AlaWea Street, P. O. Box
VB YOU MUST GET 'EM Ml
We have nil of tlte best disinfectants asw
JU Mosquitoline VTm
WC Skeeterskoot S
Al anil everything over discovered to free .fjPH
jRAHl yu from danger through mosquito mttSQ
lll bites. Let us supply you. IllHl
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IK FORT AND HOTEL STREETS A Y
AND YOU WAST A O00D
ROSA J CO.
Dottled In Bond
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W Deliver to Any Part or tha City
ROSA & CO.,
Altkea and Queea Streeti
I acific 3aloon
KINO AND NUUANU STBEETI
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You'll find they're all food
"It's the Fashion"
Hotel nr. 1'ort D. H. Diviei, Pro.
TCI IALE AT All, BvKB
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Phone 2026. P. 0. Box 488
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