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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H TUESDAY, MAR, 5, 1912.
lloune of three bedroom, four closets,
alttliix-rootn, dining-room, pantry,
kitchen, buthroum; Ran and electric
llglits. Freshly painted nnd thor
oughly repaired; mosquito - proof.
Largo chicken yard. On two car
Unci mid three minuted' walk from
, third line. V. I.. Eaton, Ilulletln of
fice.' Key nt corner grocery. King
and McCully Sta. 6150-tt
No, 111S Lniuilllo Ht. Six rooma; mod.
em;. cool. Unit $3S. Ap'ply at 1327
l'enaacola Ht. 5133-tf
Newly-funilahoil cotince In Kalmukl to
rent. Moiilto-proof. Apply 227
Vineyard St. &17G-1W
The property known the. Wilder
building, corner of Fort 'and Quoen
etreeta. Dlmenslona416s. The build
in will be remodeled to ult tenant
Apply to O. Brewer Co, Ltd.
FURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT.
No. Vi Heretanla St. Blectrlo light
and running water In each room.
Price reasonable. J. II. Xownscnd,
Clean furnished rooma; GOc a, night,
2 a wiek. 1281 Fort St.
Good rooma; central und reasonable.
1248 Kiniua St. 017-6t
ROOM AND BOARD.
Furnlahed room and board In private
liouae, walking distance from poat
omce, Addreaa "& H.", Bulletin of
THR AltOONAUT Booma $12; with
board, $35. C27 Beretanla fit; Phone
1308. lira. J. A, Doyle, proprietor.
Shudy Nook Furnlahed cottuga with
board Mosquito proof. 1049 Here-
tunln St. 0174-tt
Furnlahed rooma, with board, at Hue-
tuco cottage, Wt'klkl. Gentlemen
Large airy room for couple, with board,
In prlvnte family. 1942 King St.
Furnished rooma with board.
Kii'ina St.; Phone 1007.
V Nicely - furnlahed rooma with board.
Apply 1300 King St.; Phone 2699.
PROST SALOON Fine wine and llq
uora. Call and aee us. K. Baaakl,
prop. . Beretanla and Maunakea Sta,
Flowers, Lela to order at Julia Kala
klela, Pauuhl and Nuuanu; Tel. 1170,
For hire, aeven-eeated Packard. Phone
2611. Young Hotel Stand; Cbarlee
Flrat-claaa livery turnouta at reason
able ratea. Territory Livery Stable,
348 King; phone 26JJ.
Any kind second-hand furniture bought
und Hold. MnttresKeH made to order.
11. Suzuki, cor. Vineyard and Emma
Sta. ' GlC2-lm
"Tried and true" Famoua Pierce cy
clea. For aale by 8. Miyamoto. Bi
cycle auppllaa and repairing. All
makes: new and aocond band. Ill
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
George Yamada, general contractor.
ICstlmatea furnlahed. 208 McCandlea
llldg.; Phone 21(7.
i i i
Jupuneae cook, waiter, yard boy. Mut
aumolo, 900 .Alukea St., near King.
Phone 1760. 1070-tt
Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Filipino
help. 1030 Bethel St.; Tel. 3671.
' Japuneae Employment Olllce Ho, Ber-
' elunla St., nr. Punchbowl. Phone
Y NaknnUhl, 34 Beretanla St., near
Nuuanu. Phone 3899. 6160-lm
Tactile Electric Co. Motor and dynamo
ik repairing a specialty. Motor and
generator of all capacity for
134 B. Beretanla St.; Te. 11 Jl.
Thayer Piano Co.
AND OTHER PIANOS
1M Hotel Street Phone 2111
"Wo lead, other follow,' In the manu
facture of carbonated beveragei. On
price to all. Free delivery. Phone
1022. Honolulu Soda Water Co., Ltd.,
MA North Beretanla Bt,: Cha. K.
Ftaaher, manager. tMl-tt
Young Jtinn in collector; must bo ac
tive. Apply In own handwriting,
giving nge, references and snlary ex
pected", "1,46," Ilulletln olllce,
Itnlluay Mall Clerks 290 month. Ho
nolulu examination May tr Prepar
ation free. Franklin Instltuto, Uepl.
4.3SM, Hochester, N. Y. SlCl-lm
Kxperlenced aalestnan to handle n good
eelllng line on the road. Box 1234,
Bulletin office. 5174 -ft
To rent gentle liorae nnd buggy for
extended period. Address "W. V. E.",
Competent engineer for mill work. Ap
ply V. A. Schaefer, Ltd. 6176-lw
Glrla wanted by the Amerlcun Htenm
laundry, I.tlllm St. C171-1W
Ilxpcrlenced fruit man wnnla to rep
reaent reliable produco commission
house In San Franclaco. Small
weekly aalary. Attractive proposi
tion. Worth Investigating. Addreaa
K. Vlnce, 412 Davla St. GlCC-lm
Young man (American) wnnta poal
tlon na bookkeeper or stenographer,
or both. Addreaa "W W C." this of
Key ring with three keya, between Unl
veralty Club and Moana Hotel. Ad
dreaa "II, F.", care Bulletin.
The Tranao envelope tlme-aavlng
Invention. No addreaalng neceaaary
In eendlng out bllla or receipt. Bul
letin Publishing Co., aole agent for
New., 6-room bungalow, Kallhl; lot
GCUxMI; 12000; easy term. A. II.
Dondero, 83 Merchant St.; Phone
Royal Navy bicycles. Something new.
Nickel rims, free wheel, double brake.
140. Walker's. Rice Mill, Kawalahao
Insldo Player I'luno, practically new,
for sale cheap. Owner leaving city.
Address "M H," thin otllce,
Folding 4A Kodak In perfect condition
with caqo and tripod; at u bargain.
Inqulro at Bulletin office.
Bargain In real eatate, on ea'hore,
plain and hill. "Pratt," 101 Stan
genwald Bldg.; Telephone 1101
One shnro dividend-bearing Hidalgo
rubber stock. Addreaa Slwcl, Bulle
Inter-Ialend and Oahu Railroad ehlp
plng book, at Bulletin office, tf
EGQ8 FOR SETTING,
Fancy R. I. Iieds. Phone ,1642 or 2635.
BUY AND SELL,
Olumonda, watches and Jewelry bought,
aold and exchanged.' J. Qurlo, Fort St.
Dr. Maclennan has returned and re
sumed practise. 74 King Bt., opp.
Advertiser Orilco. 10 to 12, 2 to 4,
and 0 to 7. E16S-1m
Dr. S. Oihlal Strictly private.
Beretanla Ae.; 1'honu 3932.
10 TO MX REDUCTION
Main Entrance) Near Hotel Street
1140 FORT STREET
BERG8TROM MUSIC CO,
Odd Fellow' Blook Fort 8trt
Ilulletln ado bent lluslness (letter.
OPEN A CHARGE ACCOUNT
EananV v A M W
ARE THE LATEST CREA
TIONS AT PRICES WITHIN
REACH OP ANYONE DESIR
OUS OF THE BEST.
113 HOTEL ST.
OKOLEHAO HAWAIIAN LIQUOR.
AMERICAN and SCOTCH WHISKIES
RED, WHITE and SPARKLING
LARGE and SMALL BOTTLES
8peclal Attention Paid to Family
ROSA & CO.,
Corner Queen and Alakea Street!
TRY THE NEW HONOLULU BREW
,A HOME BEER
I acific J
KINfl AND NUUAJiU STREETS
FOR HALF. AT AM, IIAKS
You'll And they're nil .goqi fcl
"It's the Fashion"
Hotel n r. Fort. D. II. But Is, Prop.
Mrs. M. Ferreira
1141 FORT 'ST, NEAR CONVENT
Formerly with Mlaa Woodard
Juit received by the 8. 8. Withal.
mina, the latest In LINEN and LIN
GERIE GOWNS; alio WHITE TAIL
66-67-68 YOUNG HOTEL
J. E. R0CHA
TAILOR FOR LADIE3
la now located on Hotel Street, next
to Y. M, C. A. Building.
" 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.
iYou can strengthen
the system, keep the
bowels open, prevent
Malaria, Fever and
'Ague by taking the
For salo by RonBon, Smith & Co,
Ltd., Chnmber. Drug Co, Ltd., Illlu
Drug Co. and nt all wholosnlo liquor
tNG f V?
1117 FORT STREET
Bread Baked Daily
Vau Bath haw VtUP bMap Kaitnl
dally and ba tuppllad with any af
thasa varlalUi from '
PHONE 1431 1134 NUUANU ST.
Ins the best Home-Made
Bread, German Pretzels and
Coffee Cake. Be sure and
ring up 2124.
1188 F0BT STBEST
Hotel Street, Near Fort
May's Old Kona Coffee
tet In the Market
HENRY MAY V CO.
'AT YOUR QROCER8'
N. B. Laming, Dlalrlbutor
Yon must get Hie II 11 1 1 e 1 1 n to
pet the .N'etrx.
(Aaaoclrtted I'rena rattln.1
SAN FRANCISCO. Cnl . .March 4
At n incetliiK or two liunclreil repro
Bonlntlvo citizen who are auportora
of Taft, n Taft Ixtikuo waa urbanized
'l'oro thin ovontnir. It I a Stnto or;
I Ionization and will ntrht with tho l.ln-coln-llonaovclt
LcaKiio tnr tlio control
of tho Stnto delegation to tho national
John Hays Hnmmond was chairman
of tho meeting nnd wna mndo ircal
dent of the Slnlo Taft League.
drove l Jnliimon mado n wcch In
lielinlr of the Taft cnmllilncy.
A woman meeting wna nlao held
last ecnlng In behalf of tho Taft
Johnson for Rootevelt.
SACIIAMKNTO. Cnl., March 4,
Governor Johnaoii rcttlrned today
from Ma ICnmern .trip. Ho declared
himself for Itooaevclt for President
The (lovcrmir wna asked na lo re
IKirta that ho wan ambition lo bo the
Republican cnmlldato for'Vlco 1'rCal-
clent on the Hooacvelt ticket nnd antd
that ho was not a c.imlldate.
Teddy In With Trusts?
WASHINGTON, I), a. March 1. At
the national Taft hcadquartera today
a statement was Issued declaring that
ltooneelt campaign headqiiarlcra
were about to bo formally opened In
Washington, and intimating that their
location showed very close nfllllatlon
of the Roosotclt managers with prom
inent trust men.
LABORERS ATTRACTED BY
SAN FRANCISCO, Cnl., March 4.
Tho City nnd County Supervisors 0'
night leased a resolution calling ukii
tho authorities to deny advertise
ments which have been drnwlng thou
sands of laborers here In tho oxpco
latlon of galling work while there Is
no work for them. In vlow of tho
prospects of work on Panama fair en
torprlses advertisements to attract
laborers have been published In many
places, and hnto drawn a lot rif la
borers here who are unablo to get em
ployment. Tho Supervisors call upon
tho HtAte authorities to counteract the
Influence of thoso advertisements
which n ro filling the city with Idlo la
borers. BEET MEN PROTEST
FREE SUGAR BILL,
WASHINGTON, I), a. JInrch 4.
The beet sugar producers of tho coun
try havo combined In a, protest to tbo
Ways and Means Committee of tho
House against tho proposal to enact
a free sugar bill. They say that It
will menu ruin to their business, and
that the passage of such n bill would
be a victory for tbo Kastern sugar re
finers as against the agricultural su
gar Industries of the country.
TROOP8 READY FOR TROUBLE.
TIENTSIN, China, March 4. Most
appalling conditions of anarchy now
prevail hero. Klre losses aro estimat
ed at six million dollars, but aro not
as largo as tho losses caused by loot
ing and rioting. Tho city Is In a con
dition of panic.
PUKING, China, March 4. Tho ro
IKiitH of burning, looting and plllago
at Tientsin are exceeded by thoso ro
ccheil hero from Paotlngfu. It Is Im
possible to estimate tho destruction of
property by fire and looting, hut the
ieirts Indicate that the losses nre
tens of millions.
MADERO LOBES CONTROL.
WASHINGTON, I). C, March 4.
Mexican advlcoB from tho border nnd
the Interior tell of unparalleled brig
amluge and conditions of anarchy
throughout a largo part of ho coun
try. The Modern government nppeors
to havo lost control of tho situation,
f ascarets Work
While You Sleep
Nulls, Calomel nnd Cathartic Tills are
violent they wet on Itanrls us
pepper nets In nontrlli.
Take a Cascarot tonight and thor
oughly cleanse your I.hcr, Stomach
an) HowelH, and you will rurely feel
great by morning. You men und wo
men who havo headache, coated
tonguo, can't sleep, nro bilious, ner
vous and upset bothered with a sick,
gassy, disordered stomach, or havo
backache und fee) nil worn out.
Aro you keeping clean Inside with
Cnscurcts or merely forcing a paas
rgeway every few days with salts,
cathartic pills or castor oil? This Is
Cnscareta Immediately cleanse nnd
regulate the stomach, remove tho
Bonr, undigested nnd fermenting food
and foul gnses; take tho excess bile
from tho liver und carry off the de
composed wasto matter and poison
from tho Intestines nnd bowels'.
Itemomber, .1 Cascaret tonight will
straighten ou out by morning. A lu
cent box f torn our dtugglst means n
clear head and cheerfulness for
WW Prevail When People Realize
the Need ol Keeping the
Blood Rich and Red.
If people would rralizotlio Importance
of keeping the blood rich and pure there
would be fuss aiiknesa.
The blood la the medium through
wlilili the nourishment gained from food
reaches the diUercnt parts of the body.
If the Wool la iuipuie the nourishment
that reaches uemt, bone and mum lo is
tainted with kIsoii ai.d iliwaeu follow.
The blood la alao the medium by
Which the laxly Uiflita otr dlseauo. If
the blood la thin this power of resUt
nee to disease ia wculte tied.
Dr. William' l'ink 1'ills for Tale Peo-
Jile build up the blood. They Increase
be ability of the laxly to renin iliacaae.
They strengthen thuiionea,lncreaautho
Piwtlte, cure hcLilache, backache and
any disease cauaed by thin or Impure
Air. Elmer Hardlnff, whoso addrce
la It. F. D. No. IN, Richland, Kan.,
art: "Dr. Williams' link 1111a for
Palo People will do juat what they are
recommended to do. I know It It ex.
benenco. I had been feelingvery toorly
for some time and had doctored with
other medicine with no benefit. I was
In general decline in health brought
on by overwork and worry and I had
but little strength. The leaat littlo ex
ertion would exhaust me and I had no
ambition to do my work.- I was ex
tremely nervous and could not get
good night' rest. I had eovere pain
cross my forehead and was uitxy,
especially in the morning. Finally I
concluded I would try Dr. William'
Pink Pills for Pale People and I am
glad to say It was with tlio best result.
Boon I could boo a decided Improve
ment and I continued tlie use of the)
pills for some time. I have been in
good health ever sinco and can truth
fully praise tho merits of thorn pills."
Dr. Williams' link 1111s for Palo
Peoplo buildup tho blood to carry health
and strength to every part of tho body.
.They aro tho moat direct cure for all
disease due to Impure or impoverished
blood, as anfi'inla. chlorosis, rheuma
tism, weakness following fevers or ojajr
tions and general run-down condi
tion due to overwork and worry.
Write today for a copy of onr free
booklet, "Diseases of tho Wood." A
postal card request will do.
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills aro sold by
all drugglstaorHcnt, JOHlpaid, on receipt
of price, 60 cent tier box; six boxe.
Bclrawxtady, N. Y.
SATISFACTORY WORK ON
BOYS' INDUSTRIAL SCHOOL
Thnt tho work In connection Willi
the Improvements nt tho liny .rnlua-
trial School la priigreaalng favorali.y
la the rciHirt received by Superintend
ent Wlllla T. Pope of the department
of education. Tho Ijoih have corn-
pitted the work of preparing tho alto
for the new dormitory. Tlio plans for
the buildings nre now In the hands
of the department of public works,
and It Is hoped that the new qunrtera
will be ready In nhout three or four
Of tho appropriation of 130.000, the
sum of t:o,000 la to bo spent on the
new dormitory. When thla la flnlshtd
the two classes of boys ran be abso
lutely separated nnd they will havo
better accommodations throughout.
l'opo la very well pleaded with the
way In which .Superintendent Tucker
la carrying out his duties, "There la
no harder Job In tho Territory ," he
said, "and ho nils It well, though III
GUILD PREPARES A
Thp following notice Is being sent
out by 8t. Andrew's Guild:'
It was moved and carried at the
laat meeting of tho St. Andrew's
Thero should be, as usual, a Lenten
self-denial ottering handed Mrs. C. M.
Cooke, Jr., after faster; nlsn
That thero shall bo Lenten sowing
done on n layetlo, Tho garments wll
bo ready on Tuesday, March nth. Tho'
work will be done at home. I'leasu
apply early to Mrs. 1,'bert Huberts,
Kmma Square, Phono 3S87.
M'LRLLAN In Honolulu, March 3, to
Mr. and Mrs. A. J, Mcl.ellan. a ami.
VOItKi:i.D At Knhiiku, Feb. 29, to
Mr. nnd Mrs. W. T. Vorfeld, u son.
TO CURE A C01D IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine
Tablets. All druggists refund
the money if it (ails to cure.
E. W. Grove's signature is on
PARIS UEDIC1NB CO, St. Urn. USA,
A. D, ARLEIQH A. CO., Ltd.
Hotal 8tretv Near Fort
Brown & Lyon Co, Ltd.
ALEXANDER YOUNQ BUILOINO
"Everything In Books"
For OENERAL OFFICE STATION-
kiRY and FILINQ SYSTEMS, call er
writ to ua and w will fill your wants.
Office Supply Co., Ltd.,
We're all self made men but not vary
many o' ut have stayed on th' Job.
Tima It a great healer unlet you're
C. Q. Yee Hop & Co.
MEAT MARKET AND IMPORTIM
Telephone Ne. MSI
Clothing and Shoes
Yee Chan & Co.
Bethel and King Btreete
Kam Chong Co.
GENTS' FURNISHING QOODt
Fort and Beretanla
TOTE LINE OF DST DOOM-
WAN YING CHONG
KlanBtmt, Ew rUhaaikei
Wing-Chong Co. .
KINO ST, XEAIl BETHEL '
Dealer la Furniture, MiUrriics,
etc, etc. .All kinds of KUA and M1H
SlO.f r'DHMTIMIE made to order.
IMPOhTKItS OF OMENTAL GOODS
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
II Kuuanu, near Klaj Street
Phone 1020. '
And Cloth of Al Qnnllty Can Be
P. 0. Hoi Ml. Telephone Kll
Japanese Provision and
NUUANU 8T, NEAR KINO. T.
COTTON CIIKPE SHIRTS. KIMONOS
1218 FOBT ST, ABOVE BERETANU
IT'8 ONLY IN THE
THAT YOU CAN QET QUARTER
Regal Shoe Store,
King and Bsthel
, BAN7..U SHOE 8T0BK
Hereto nlu SlreeL Near Xanana
HONOLULU. H. T.
MEN'S SHIRTS AND COLLAR!
LAUNDERED BY HAND
French Laundry -
.A. Abadl. ProD.
777 KINO STREET PHONE 141
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