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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, MAR. 4, 1912.
House of three bedrooms, four closets,
sitting-room, dining-room, puntry,
kitchen, Lathromn; gas and electric
IlKlitB. Kieshfy painted and thor
oughly rt-pnlreil; mo-iqulto proof,
Large chicken yard. On two car
linen and thri'u minutes' walk from
third linn. W. 1, Kntun, llulletln of
flee. Key at corner grocery, King
and McCully Bts. 61&0-U
No. HIT. I.uniilllo Ht. Six rooms; modi
i-rn; cool. Itent MO. Apply at 1327
Pensacola Ht. G133-tf
Nevvly-furnlilieil cottage In KalmuUI to
lent. Mou.ulto-proof Apply 227
Vineyard Ht. 517G-1W
The property known as the Wilder
building, corner of Tot and Quten
streets. Dimension 4181. The build-lug-
will be remodeled to suit tenant.
Apply to a Brewer jY Co., Ltd.
FURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT.
No. 73 Ileretanla St Electric light
nd running water In each room.
Price reasonable. J. H. Towniend,
CJvun furnished rooms; GOe a night,
2 u week. 1281 Fort Ht.
ROOM AND BOARD.
Fiirnjalied room and board In private
house, walking distance from post
office. Address "R II.". Bulletin of
TUG: AUQONAUT Rooms 112; with
board, 3S. 027 Derctanla St; Phone
1J08. Mrs. J, A. Doyle, proprietor.
Hhudy Nook Furnished cottage with
board. Mosquito proof. 1049 Hero
tunlii St. 5174-tf
Furnished rooms, with board, at Hus-
tucn cottage, Wc'klkl. Qentlemen
Large alryiroom for couple, with board,
In prlvato family, 1942 King St.
Furnished rooms with board.
Hii'ina St.;' Phone 1007.
Nicely - furnished rooms with board,
Apply 13CC King St.; Phone 2099.
I'ltOHT SALOON Fine wines and liq
uors. Call and aee us. 'X. Sasaki,
prop. Ileretanla and Msunakea Sta.
Flowers, Lels to order at Julia Kala
klela; Pauahl and Nuuunu; Tel. 3170.
For' hire, seven-seated Packard. Phone
2011. Young Hotel Bland; Charles
Reynolds. . 4140-tf
Find-class livery turnouts at reason
able rules. Territory Livery Stable,
348 King; phone 2C3I.
Any kind second. hand furniture bought
and xold. Mattresses made to order,
II. Suzuki, cor,' Vineyard and Emma
'Tried and true" Fatnoua Pierce cy
cles. For sale by B. Miyamoto. Bi
cycle supplies ' and repairing. All
mikes; new and aecond band. 182
King St 4143-ly
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
Oeorge Yainada, general contractor.
Estimates furnished. 208 McCandlesa
Dldg.; Phone 2U7.
Japanese cook, waiter, yard boy, Mat
sumoto, 900 Alakea St., near King.
Phone 17G0. 8070-tt
Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Filipino
help. 1039 Bethel St.; Tel. 3871.
Contracting done. G160-lm
Japanese Employment Otnce Ito, Ber
etanla St., nr. Punchbowl. Phone
3CC8. - 0129-tt
Y. Nakantshl, 34 Beretanla St., near
Nuiinnu. Phono 3899. G100-lm
Puolflo Electrlo Co. Motor and dynamo
repairing a specialty. Motors and
generators of all capacity for sale.
134 8. Ileretanla St.; Tel 3131.
Thayer Piano Co.
AND OTHER PIANOS
161 Hotel Street Phone 2311
"We lead, others follow," In the manu
facture of carbonated bevrragee. One
price to all. Free delivery. Phone
1022. Honolulu Boda Water Co., Ltd.,
34A North Ileretanla BLJ Chat. E.
Fraaher, manager. 4V41-U
Young inon an colli clnr; niUKt be lie
tlve. Apply In own -tinndtvrltlng,
giving age, references and (.alary ex
pected, "1.46," Bulletin otllce.
Ilnlluay Mall Clerks J90 month. Ho
' nolulu examination May 4. Prepar
ation free. IVanklln Institute, IJept.
4MM, Itocheater, N. Y. GIGl-lm
Furnished cottage (small), married
couple; no children. IteaHonablc
rent; close In. Address "J F," llul
letln olllte. C174-21
Dxperlenced salesman to handle a Rood
nelllng line on the road, llox 1224,
llulletln office. f,174-tf
To rent ' gentle horse and buggy for
extended period. Address "W. V. E.",
Qlrls wanted by the American Steam
Laundry, Llllha Ht. G171-lw
Experienced fruit man wonts to rep
resent reliable produce commission
house In Hnn Francisco. Hinall
weekly salary. Attractive proposi
tion. Worth Investigating. Address
E. Vlnce, 412 Davis St. 6100-lm
Young man (American) wants posi
tion as bookkeeper or stenographer,
or both. Address "W W C," this of
On Alakca dock as the Manchuria wait
leaving, three strings of cornl bends,
with tlu nume "Ircno Kay" engraved
on gold clasp. Return to Young Ho
tel and receive reward. G17G-21
Key ring with three keys, between Uni
versity Club and Moana Hotel. Ad
dress "H. F.". care Bulletin.
Watch mid kodak. An) one may have
the above articles by culling on Dr.
Hand, Y. M. c. A any day be
tween 10 and 11 a. m., establishing
proof of ownership and paying for
advertisement. . G174-U
The Transo envelope a time-saving
Invention. No addressing necessary
In sending out bills or receipts. Bul
letin Publishing Co., sole agent for
Automobile top, good as new; wind
shield, feedometer, or any other ac
cessories for u flio-passcnger car.
Ring up 3519. G172-3t
New S-room bungalow, Kallhl; lot
G8HX218; 12000; easy terms. A. II.
Dondero, 83 Merchant Bt; Phone
Royal Navy bicycles. Something new.
Nickel rims, free-wheel, double brake.
140. Walker's Rice Mill, Kawalahao
Inside Player Pluno, practically ntw.
for sale cheap. Owner leaving city.
Address "M II," this office.
Folding 4A Kodak In perfect condition
with case and tripod; at a barnulu.
Inquire at Bulletin office.
Bargains In real estate, on eashnr.
plains and hills. "Pratt," 101 Blan
genwald Bldg.; Telephone 1101.
Ono sliarn dividend-bearing Hidalgo
rubber stock. Address Slwcl, Bulle
Inter-Island and Oahu Railroad chip
ping books, at Bulletin office. tt
BUY AND SELL.
Diamonds, watches and Jewelry bought,
old and exchanged. J, Carlo, Fort St.
Dr. Maclennan has returned and re
sumed pructlse. 74 King St., opp.
Advertiser Office. 10 to 12, 2 to 4,
and 6 to f. 01G6-lin
Ir S. Ochlal Strictly private.
Ileretanla Ave.; Phone 3932.
Odd Fallows' Block
M U 8 I C CO.
OPEN A CHARGE ACCOUNT
iTJsa J iJ ii K1 1 1 "T i 4 1 1 WTeTJ
W 411 BJ bB . I I .
ARK THE LATEST CREA
TIONS AT PRICES WITHIN
REACH OF ANYONE DESIR
OUS OF THE BEST.
JEWELERS 113 HOTEL 8T.
OKOLEHAO HAWAIIAN LIQUOR
AMERICAN and 8COTCH WHISKIES
RED, WHITE and SPARKLING
LARGE and SMALL DOTTLES
Special Attentien Paid to Family
ROSA & CO.,
Corner Queen and Alakea Street!
TRY THE NEW HONOLULU BREW
A HOME DEEn
I acific J,
K1NH AMI MJIf.lXi; STUKKTS
FOR 8ALK AT AM, HAILS
You'll And thrj'rtt all Rood M
"It's the Fashion
Hold nr. Fori. . II. !)tl, Prop.
10 TO 60X REDUCTION
Main Entrancei Near Hotel Street
1140 FORT STREET
J. E. R0CHA
TAILOR FOR LADIES
Is now located on Hrtel Street, next
to Y. M. C. A. Building.
Hill lot In nJ best Iliihliicm UH-Irni.
" Man wants but little here below,"
Now, don't that make you mad?
But if you should want more, why use
A BULLETIN classified ad.
ach, L(Uol AprMe. Heart I luttrrintf ,
G anj Wind on Momich, UloatvJ I-rtl-Inff.
Pin In Slwiuch ftr Lilrtf, Sktc
Htidaitit, DttilnMi, ConttJ lungi!,
Ullloumtss, La Gfh.pe, Dtnput ltvtr.
Chills unJ rvrr, MUrh, Jffcbone,
Ftvrr.Tlrtd Ft'lne,Jaundlc.ItBckirlit .
Dlabif Gravel.lnclplentUrlEht' t)ls
tie, blaJJer TrouMe, Enurrttls, Uheu
tnitttm I m pure Blood. Catarrh, Scrofula ,
Milanchulla, Nrrvods Dlwrdfri, Slp
Ittintst. Umovff Worm, Cure Con
itlpalion. Anaemic ConJitton.
A Great Tonic lor Women.
11.00 perbottl3for$2 60(0!ort6 00
HONOLULU DRUG CO.
1117 FORT 8TREET
Bread Baked Daily
You can have yeur, order ehanged
dally and be supplied with any af
these varletlee from
PHONE 1431 11M NUUANU ST.
Ins the best Home-Made
Bread, German Pretzels and
Coffee Cake. I3e sure and
ring up 2124.
1129 FOBT 8TREST
Hotel Street, Near Fort
May's Old Kona Coffee
eat In he Market
HENRY MAY A CO,
NO PRESERVATIVES IN
THE BE8T MILK FOR'
Your Grocer Sella It .
AT YOUR OROCERS'
N. B. Lansing, Distributor
You must irrl the II u 1 1 1 1 1 n to
K't tilt' .HN.
M WW .
BANKS AND KILL
TIENTSIN, Chlnn, Mnrch 3. Kor
11101c limn twenty-four hoiirn riot oti.l
mutiny liac held full "-ay here. TI10
gtrcetfl hao been filled with illaordcr-
y suldlers, looting mill iiuniiim m -and
shopK. Mnny have been Ullled.
but so far tiR Is known the only for-clKiier-
Blaln Is Doctor Schrester. who
wa shot down by ft baud of nintlncorn
Lite todny as be wan leaving his homo.
Led. by sclf-conntltuled lenders, tbo
nititlncvrR this morning attacked the
batiks, declnrliiR that their pay wnB
belnK withheld ami Ihey nero koIhR
to havo It at once. Several of the mi
nor Institutions were forced ben and
the rlolcru entered, armed, fdinotliiK
their rlfleii at ntiy ono they Raw. Aft
er vainly attempting to break open
the vaults of ono of the linnka the
mob FCt fire to the building. The sight
of the llnmeR excited thorn still fur
ther and the soldlcrR and hoodlum"
swept through Hie busbies section of
the. city, brcnklng Into stores, and
other lianka until finally ft large crowd
nttacked the mint. This building was
defended by tbo foreign troops, of
which theio are more than aeventccii
hundred stationed In the city.
Tho'fnrclgnerB did not Inlerfero un
lit II,,. rlutliif ti:lKHlrl fill lxitllllls. WllCll
' 'v r I'"
thoy threw lines around those parts
of the city whero the whites nro llv
Irg. Fresh troublo In feared for to
day. COAL-MINE 8TRIKER8
TIE UP TRAFFIC.
LONDON, Eng.. March 3. All
hope of,!t compromise between the
coiil minora mid the operators U at
an end.' Tho operators have refused
to meet the (lovcrnment proposals In
tho matter and tho iilliiers havo prov
ed equally Bttibbom.
This fact was mado patent today
when It wnR olllclalty nnnoiiured that
all negotiations hae ceased and that
the strlko would bo "fought out on Its
The situation, already bad, waB
worsq toduy by tho 'proclamation of
the leaders of tho dockmen In ItrUtol
and elsewhere that that union would
refuse, to handle any , Imported coal
until tho coal strike wqb called off.
This will probably mean that England
will bo cut off from all supplies of
Tho rnllroadn and other trnnsportii
tlon lines using coal ns n fuel, have
nirenily lieen comiielled to curtail
their icgular services In order to
inako their Hiippty go as far ns s
Hlble. With tho announcement of tho
doekmen's stand In tho strike sltua-
1 tlon, they formally declared It Iiukis-
I alliln 1,1 bA.. .... .... ,1... ,
......u ... nvt, ,, uiUII IIIU ll'HHt'Iieil
number of trains now running and Is
sued Instructions to still further cut
down their service, It looks now as
though trafllc throughout tho United
Kingdom would suffer severely before
any reuei can no ontaineil.
So far theio havo" been no disorders
or any sort attendant upon tho strlko.
REBELLION IN MEXICO
OAININQ IN STRENGTH.
, Kl. I'ASO, Texas, March 3. Tho
situation In Mexico Is becoming criti
cal. News reached this rltv Innluht
that n light for tho possession of Chl-
iiuiiiiuu lias neen going on for threo
hours, an( that thlrty-flvo men havo
already been killed and wounded on
tho Federal olde. Thero Is no report
of tho rebel doa, and wounded. Tho
attack started In the ninrnlm. ,in,i ,nu
discontinued for a time this afternoon.
11 is oxpecicu to Tio resumed tonlghU
Tho rebel garrison at Juarez, Jim
across tho liver, has btWdopleled by
rclnforcemonts which have been sent
to Bupisirt the rebels attacking Colo
nel Villa, at Chlliuahn.1. Oroico Is re
liorted to havo been with the detach
ment. Word from tho City of Mexico de
clares Hint mnny Americans lire leav
ing Monteroy and other cities hi the
affected region. Monterey Is teported
It) have sent troops to relievo tho sit
uation at Torreou. Tho stato of affairs
In Vera Cruz and other States Is said
to ho growing worse steadily.
Washington has been notlllcd from
tho capital that the Amprlcans held
by tho rebels at Velurdeuu havo beon
escued ,11ml nro on their wny honio.
FOREIGN TROOP8 WAIT
RI8ING IN CAPITAL.
IUIKINO. Chlnn. Mnrch a Ti.la
city feels moio or less securo against
a possible upilslng. Thteo thousand
roiclgn tioops aro now encamped In
various nails of tho canltnl iiwniii,,,.
The bulk of Yuan Rhlli.lfni'a i
whti lmvo romnlnod loyal linvo been
rushed to tho scene or ilw ,.,.,!.,..
with orders to suppress It summarily,
urn no news or tiiciu has been re
ceived nt tho IMcsldenfs pnluco ns
News has been terelvn.l 11, 1-
hns moved flvo tliousnn,i irn,u .. ,.n
Willis or her service to Port Arthur
Theso havo boen oidereil lb sturt for
TlrnlBln nt onco. While tltln movo
on the p.lrt or tho Japanese adds to
H10 genorul reeling or BHQtuUy. here.tt
CROUP IstumX rriiri
BRONCHITIS CATARRH COLDS
A ilmple. nit !.! rrfftilrr ircatmcnt for btcn
Ihiillrovblfl, trolJIftg ajfyfl. Vipoiled Cfo-
icnr no pi me piroif imi 01 hoop in codtn ina
xllevrs Croup it onte. It li i toinfftrcri
Irom AMKma, The sir ItrUtrtd nt6n!y inllwp
lie Inpplfrd trim titir brcitht makri fcrrsthlnc
nrt tocthfi the ot ihrott tn& ttepi tbe tcuh,
tiditni lfitlalnfhtl. It)t In lUtblc tomolhr ri
wlirtvoiinc chUJrrn. .
itni i potitl lot drtcrlMlfC bnctlrt.
TlV CrtfUn AUitn
TXr-Mf TLi$ lot thC
Ittltatrd thioat Tbe
ic llrnptc. efffctlic inj
nlUepiIc. Ol you f
Jtitiilii of flora ui, 10.
further complicates the situation from
n diplomatic point of lew
l'KKINO, China, March 3 Mar
tial law has been dcclaied In Peking
as a result or tho ('hluee riots. At
tho end of tho first day of military
control the authorities announced that
they hao the uprisings In check and
that martini law has been successful
SMUGGLING PLOT DISCOVERED
SAN KHANCISCO, Cat., March 3.
Following the discovery by Immigra
tion officials of 11 plot to smuggle Chi
nese Into the United States from .Mex
ico by means of smalt coastwise ves
sels, tho launch Morutugstar from Cu
senadn was overhauled by a ixisso or
deputies In Oakland Creek last night.
Three members or the crew and
twenty Chlneso were captured, while
seventeen leaped ashore ami escaped.
The Immigration otllclals learned or
tbo plot from secret' sources In San
Diego. Fur the past two nlgbtB the
San Francisco hnibor wns under pa
trol and the vlgllnucu or tbo olllclnls
wns rownrded by tho npiiearnnco ot
tbe Mornlugslnr and her suspicious
NEW YOUK, N. V., March 3. Four
hundred litterateurs or national and
International promlnenco wero guests
at a dinner given last night by Geo.
Harvey, the editor ot n national week
ly, in honor or William Dean llowells'
soventy-ftrth birthday nnntversnry
President Tuft wns among tboso pres
ent. He delivered n noteworthy eulo
gy of tho great American novelist.
AFTER TARIFF BILL.
OflDEN. Utah. Mnrch 3. At n
meeting of prominent beet-sugar pro
ducers 'here today n resolution was
passed to the orfert that If tho Under
wood hill now beforo tho House of
ItopresentatUes is passed and bo
comes law It will mean tho doath
l-ncll of the Industry In the United
States. Several or the largo produc
ers Joined In framing tho resolution.
WASIIINOTO.V. I). C. Mnicli 3
defensive inovo wns made by the
Itoosevelt headnuartors boio tmilslii
It was announced that tho (lovcrnors
or Novuda, Tennosseo and Illinois nro
not Biipisirtlng Tn In his fight ror re
nonilnntlcui. This Is In answer in ,.
recent statement Issued rrom the
EXPECT CRISIS IN LAWRENCE.
I.AWHENCi:.. Mass.. March 3. Tho
authorities tonight admitted that n
crisis In tho 11111 utrii.. 1... . -
. . " nv ..our limy no
looked for today, mid that Ihey havo
..... iHi-jiiiruuons to meet It. A meol
"g or Italian workers vvos held liore
Inst night and voted to remain on
strike. There nro eight hundred
winkers affected by this vote.
HAWAII WINS OUT
kmui, v,-IN 8WIMMINO TEST.
NEW YOtllv- v v i .. . ...
Kohunnmoku. Hawnll'g representnllve
... . rtiiencin Amateur Assocla
tons notional swimming champion
snips, was winner nin 1.1.. ,,. -
ontrants Inst night in tho lnn-ymd
lliul. r.nl.1 I.. t. ...
"""" """ "' ",s cv. H wus u fust
rnco with it close finish.
NATION FOR ROOSEVELT,
,, SAY NEW ENGLANDERS.
IIOSTON. Muss.. mi. 1 .."..
lunilcrs for tlm Nnu- i-.,..i..J.i .,.."
, ..-.. ....hMlllll HUH1.-
ovelt cnmpnlgn havo been menod
".... ...., .! ,n ennrge havo Hood
ed tho countrv win, i,.in
, . .'ih.uii s tin-
nounclng that tho nation stands fr
"""""-1 nvo 10 one.
DEATHS RESULT FROM
DOltm ?'D,EM,C 0F SMALLPOX.
DOUOI.AS. Ariz.. Mnrch 3. - Two
tlO.ltllH llivn ro. .!,.. .. .
endemic of snml'ipo,. "f ,5 a"re
....... ... uur Ill0 surveillance or
the health itulhoiltles.
STRVING WOMAN KILLS
..., SELF AND FOUR SONS
riAI.EM Ore.. Mn,.i, o t. . ..
JMIson hilled hersoir nnd'her lour snna
todny vvlm ,snn. She left ,, i,tl
v,' " " ""' 'nr net was due to
WA8IIINCJTON. I). C, March 3
As a 1 result or u cabinet coufeience,
' esldo.it Tnfl will Itsue proclnma
tlon uiglng cltlens In complv klrlctly
with Hit) n.uitiallly .,s or Mexico.
Nollco will hu Bent to-tho cily or
Mexico warning American citizens to
loavo ir dauger throatens.
Some folk pay a complimtnt Ilka
they expected a receipt. Th' feller
that's short in Ills accounts fa alius
long on somethin' elte.
C. Q. Yce Hop & Co.
MEAT MARKET AND IMPORTER
Telephone No. MSI
Clothing and Shoes
Yee Chan & Co.
Bethel and King Streets
Kam Chong Co.
GENTS' FURNISHINO GOODS
Fort and B.retanla
PINE LIKE .OF DRY O0ODI
WAH YING CHONG
. Kinc, Street, Ewt Fiihatrkrt,
Wirig Chong Co.
Kl.NU ST., yy.Xll IIKTHKL
Drulrrg In Kumlture, Xattreura,
etc., rtr. .(II kluda of KOA and M1H
Sl I'UltMTt'ltK mado lo order.
IlirOltTKItS OF OMENTAL (I0OD3
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
Ull ?'vnnnu, near King- KlrrrL
And I'lolh of At Qanllty Cm lie
P. O. llox l. TeleuhoM 1711
Japineie Provlilons and
7 General Merchandle
NUUANU ST, NEAR KINO ST.
COTTON CIIEPK SIIIUTS, KIJIO.XOS
1218 KOKT ST, A1I0VK llEftETA.MA
Regal Shoe Store,
JIAN.AI SII0K STOKK
Ilcrrlitnln Stroet, nr Nuaana
HONOLULU, II. T.
MEN'S SHIRTS'AND COLLARS
LAUNDERED BY HAND
A. Abadle, Prop.
777 KING 8TREET PHONE '1411
Msfllo. Opaque ' 1'a
Trnnaparen- . "
Hawaii A ,;
South Seat ,
Curio Co. ,J
Sfo? s. i.J(titlt5vi ?C'j , .WiJvrtj ,
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