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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, THUR8DAV, MAR. 7, 1912.
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House of three bedroom; (our closets,
sitting-room, dining-room, pantry,
kitchen, bathroom; gas and electric
lights. Freihly painted und thir-
oughly repaired; nunnulto - proof,
Largo chicken yard. On two car
linen und three tnlnuten' walk, (mm
third line. V. I.. Baton, Bulletin of'
rice, Key at corner grocery, King
and MrCully Sts. BUO-tf
No. 1115 l.unulllo St. Hlx rooms; mod.
ern; cool, ltent 115. Apply at 1327
' I'ennacola St. . 6133-tf
Newly-furnished cottage In Knlmukl to
rent. Mosqulto-proof. Apply 227
Vineyard St. 6175-Iw
The property known aa th Wilder
building, corner of Fort and Quean
atraeta. Dlmenalona 41x41. Th build
ing will be remodeled to ault tenant.
Apply to C Brewer ft Co., Ltd.
FURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT.
No. 7S Ueretanla 81 Klectxlo light
and running water In aach room.
Price reasonable. J. H. Towneend,
Clean furnished rooms; 50a a night,
12 a week. 1281 Fort St.
Good rooma; central and reasonable.
lilt" Kintria' 8t, 617-5t
ROOM AriD BOARD.
Furnished room and board In private
home, walking distance from poat
oftlce. Addresa 'ill. II.", Bulletin of-
TUB AHOONAUT Hooma 112: with
board, 155. 627 Ueretanla St.; Phone
1308. lira. J, A. Doyle, proprietor.
Ghudy Nook Furnished cottage with
board. Mosquito proof. 104 Bere
tnnla St. 6174-tf
Furnished rooma, with board, at Hut
tace cottage, WklkL Qentlamen
only. - 5056-tf
Large airy room (or couple, with board,
In private family. 1142 King St.
Nicely -furnished rooma with board.
Apply 13CS King St.; Phone 29.
International help of all kinds. Nft
tlonnlll(w at) your choice. Phone
21113. 'C. II. Young, Itoom 303.Judd'
Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Filipino
help. 1039 Bethel St.; Tel. 3871.
Contracting done. 6160-lm
Japunesa cook, waller, yard boy. Mat
siimoto, 900 Alakea St., near King.
Phone 1758. 1070-tf
Jupanese Employment Ottlce Ito, Uer
etanla St., nr. Punchbowl. Phone
Y. Nakanlshl, 34 Beretanla St, near
Nuuanu. Phone 38. 610-lm
PROST SALOON Fine wines and llo.
uora. Call and see us. K. Saaakl,
prop. Beretanla and Maunakea Sts.
Flowers, Lets to order at Julia Kala
klela, Pauahl and Nuuanu; Tel. 1111.
Unit-class livery turnouts at reason
'able ratea. Territory Livery Stable,
348 King; phone 2611.
Any kind second-hand furniture bought
und Bold. Mattresses made to order.
II. Buzukl, cor. Vineyard and Emma
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
George Yamada, general contractor.
Estlmatea furnished. tOI McCandl
Bldg.; Phone 1117.
I'acltlo Electrlo Co. Motor and dynamo
repairing a specialty. Motors and
generators of all capacity for sale
134 H. Beretanla St.; Tel. 3131.
TAILOR FOR LADIES
Is now locatsd on Hotel 8trt, next
to Y. M. C. A. Building.
Thayer Piano Co.
AND OTHER PIANOS
164 Hotel Street Phone 2313
B n 1 1 e 1 1 n Want Ada will Und IL
"V lead, other (olio," In th manu
facture o( carbonated bavrra;. Ona
prlc to all. Free, delivery. Phone
1022. Honolulu Bod Water Co. Ltd.,
11A North Ueretanla 8t. Cha. E.
Fraaher, manager. 411-tf
Hull way Mall Clerk l0 month. Ho
nolulu examination May 4. Prepar
ation (ree. Franklin Institute, Dept.
435M, llochenter, N.Y. 6161-lm
Experienced salesman to handle a good
Belling line on the road. Ilox 1234,
nulletln ortlce. 6174-tf
To rent gentle hors and buggy (or
extended period.. Address "W. V. E.'
Competent engineer for mill work. Ap
ply F. A. Schaefer. Ltd. 5178-lw
Experienced fruit man wants to rep
resent reliable produce commission
house In San Francisco. .Small
weekly salary. Attractive proposi
tion. Worth Investigating. Addresa
E. Vlnce,412 Davis St. MCft-lm
Key ring with three keys, between Unl
verslty Club and Moana Hotel. Ad
dress "II. V.", care Bulletin.
Two Snaps 12250: Bungalow contain
ing seven rooms and bath, on Oullck
Ave, mar Kmg. Can be bought on
easy terms. 1750: Large lot on Ka-
lakaua Ave.? near King St. Oliver
. Lansing, 80 Merchant St.; Phone
The Tranao envelopea, tlme-aavlng
Invention. No addressing necessary
In sending out bills or'Wslpts. Bui
latin, Publishing Co., sole agenta for
patentee. ' tf
Nw-B-room bilngalow, Kallhl;' lot
t(Mx21l; 12000;' easy term. A. IL
'Dondero, 83 Merchant St.; Phone
Cheap Twin-cylinder Indian In run
ning order. 725 Alakea St., or Box
241. ' 6178-lw
Royal Navy bicycles. Something new.
Nickel rims, free wheel,. double brake.
840. Walker's nice Mill, Kawalahao
St. 1- 5155-tf
Bargmlna in real eatat, on aea-shora.
plains and hills. "Pratt,"" 1M aHaa-
gsnwald Bldg.) TIephoo 1101.
One share dividend-bearing Hidalgo
rubber stock. Address Slwel, Bulle
Inter-Island and Oahu Railroad ahlp
ping books, at Bulletin offloa, tf
BUY AND SELL.
Diamonds, watchea and Jewelry bought,
sold and exchanged. J, Carlo, Fort St.
Dr. Maclennan bus returned und re
sumed practise. 74 King St., opp.
Advertiser Office. 10 to 12, 2 to 4,
and ( io 7. ElCS-lm
Dr. S. Ochliil Strictly private.
Beretantn Ave.; Phone 3932.
'or hire, seven-seated Paokard. Phone
1511. Young Hotel Stand; Charles
A. B. A R L E I Q H 4 CO.,
Hotel Street, Near Fort
Brawn A Lyon Co, Ltd.
ALEXANDER YOUNQ SUILDINO
"Everything In Books"
For GENERAL OFFICE STATION
RY and FILING SYSTEMS, call er
write to us and w will fill your want.
Office Supply Co., Ltd.,
31 FORT STREET .
Odd Fillows' Block
1 Others mujr circulate puprrs but the
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JEWELERS 113 HOTEL ST.
10 TO BOX REDUCTION
Main Entrancei Near Hotel Street
110 FORT 8TREET
Mrs. M. Ferreira
1141 FORT ST, NEAR CONVENT
Formerly with Miss Woodard
Jutt received by the 8. 8. Wilhel
mina, the latsst In LINEN and LIN
GERIE QOWN81 also WHITE TAIL
66-67-68 YOUNQ HOTEL
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AMERICAN and 8COTCH WHI8KIES
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Special Attention Paid to Family
ROSA & CO.,
Corner Queen and Alakea Streets
TRY THE NEW HONOLULU BREW
A HOME BEER
SALE AT ALL BABS
they're nil good ft!.
"It's the Fashion"
Hotel nr. Fort D. II. Bails, Prop.
" Man wants but little here below,"
Now, don't that make you mad?
But if you should want more, why use
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1117 FORT STREET
Bread Baked Daily
You ean have your order changed
dally and be supplied with any of
these varieties from
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1134 NUUANU ST.
has the best Homc-Made
Bread, German Pretzels and
Coffee Cake. Be sure and
ring up 2124.
11S FORT STBXST
Hotel Street, Near Fort
May's Old Kona Coffee
But In th Marks
HENRY MAY CO.
AT YOUR GROCERS
N. B. Lansing, Distributor
Suniilr addresses to the Bulletin
ftfllco und tlnlilj- puiri'H of Industrial
Information about lluwull will bo
mulled to )our friends for tweulr-flre
ON FREE SUGAR
t Associated Pres CaWe.l
WASHINGTON, D. C, March C
The war on the Democratic angar tar
iff hill. Introduced by Hoprescntotlve
Underwood of Alabama, has JtHt start
ed apparently. Today tlio House of
Itopresentalives adopted the minority
report on tho bill, and sent (he incis
ure bark to the Ways and Means
Committee to bo refrained and In
tome respects completely changed.
In the teport adopted by the houxo
scrlotiB' charges ore made, One Is to
the effect that the measure was t tin
outcome of a seirel compact between
tho Democratic party leaders andi the
Sugar Trust. It Is asserted by the
report that tho measure as originally
framed would have destroyed all hopo
of competition In tho angar markets
of the United Slates, and would have
thrown the entire Industry Into the
bands of tho trust without any
chance for the Independents to retal
iate. It would hove torved to crento
an Iron-bound monopoly In tho coun
try which could not have been broken,
sayB tho report.
In speaking nf'thc uotlon of the bill
UKn the beet RiiRar Industry, tiie mi
nority report declares that It would
have driven the beet-producers out of
business entirely and would havo kill
ed thnt part of tho sugar Industry ef
fectively. ORDERS UP NEW REVOLUTION.
CHIHUAHUA, Mex., March C.
General Orozco today Issued orders to
prepare for a fresh campaign against
the City of Mexico. According to tho
Instructions given to tho different
commanders the march against Ma
ilero's capital will begin Sunday, and
nil forces the rebels cat! muster will
bo called Into the field.
It Is certain that more than fifty
thousand men will bo mustered here
between now and tho time set for the
fctart and that possibly all of that
number wilt set out with tho column
when the time comes. There will also
bo Infantry and artillery, although tho
rebels here are but poorly supplied
Ambaaudor Urge Neutrality.
WASIIINOTON. D. C, March C.
The Mexican Ambassador today spent
several hours In close consultation
with President Taft, and Is said to
!mo been going over the entire sit
nation with the President. Whllo lit
tie or nothing definite regarding the
conference could be obtained It Is be
lieved that tho representative of tho
Mexican government here told Mr.
Taft that ho has reason to bellevo the
present crisis will pass and that the
conditions In his country will soon
return to the normal. Ho Is known
to havo assured the President that
Maderu Intends to make some
changes In his cabinet demanded by
the disaffected. Tho Ambassador
urges a stricter neutrality,
WOULD CAU8E INDIAN UPRISING.
GUAY.MA8, Mex., March, 6. One
of the peace commissioners sent by
the Federal government In an effort
to avert tho rising In various parts of
tho State of Souora, reached here to
day despairing of accomplishing his
mission. He stated that the dentin
cos are urging the savage Yaquls to
riso agalmt Madero, and are offering
the Indians lands and money If they
will sweep dowp Into the valleys and
murder the settlers, American and
Mexican. It Is more than probable,
says tho commissioner, that trouble
will be had with the Yaquls, who are
famous lighters and extremely blood
thirsty. TAFT GIVEN POWER TO
WASHINGTON, D. C, March C
The Home of ItepreBontntlveR today
granted President Taft the power to
restore military and naval deserters
to the citizenship now taken from
them. The power extends only to
cases whore the desertion, Jakes place
in times or peace.
NEW YORK, N. Y., March (1. Wil
liam K. Vanderblft, Jr., was elected
vice president 01 tno new iotk uen
tral lines at a meeting, of the board
of directors this afternoon,
OH HOW I ITCHED
What lonit nerve-racking days ot
constant torture whut sleepless nights
of terrible UKony Itch itch Itch,
Conttsnt Itch, until It seemed that I
mukt tear off my vry tkln then ,,
Instant rllf my skin cooled, sooth
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stantly, yes, tho very moment D.D.D.
touched my sklr. the torture ceased.
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wash made, of Oil of "Wlntergreen,
Thymol and other Ingredients, but the
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of skin troubles seems like a miracle,
and when used with D D.D. Hoap keeps
tnt- skin In perfect condition.
If you-liayo any kind of skin troublo
Kcxi'ina, Psoriasis, Salt lllieuin, ho
mutter what It Is yes, even pimples
Investigate the wonderful I) D.D. Pre
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be opened, read and answered by a
woman aud held In strict conlldence.
The Harbor Commission had many
things placed before It during the
regular meeting yesterday afternoon
but action was deferred on most of
them. A letter from the Governor In
formed the Hoard thnt unless thoro
was no other way to raise the money
he was agalnat tho Belling of city lots
to provide the funds for waterfront
Improvements. There aro only a few
lots left, continued the letter, and
these are wanted for (loverument pur
poses. The 0110 difficulty In connec
tion with the plan prtMiosed by Com
mlssioner James Wukelleld, suggests
the Governor, Is whether all the prop
erty should be purchased or only Just
enough for tho wharves nnd (racks.
Keferrlng to what Is known as .the
united States Military UU" the Gov.
ernnr stated that he hud tried mica
before to get tho Federal authorities
to turn this over to the Territory
again but had been unsuccessful. If
tho Commission supplies him with tho
necossary plans ho will take the mat
ter up again, however.
Tho Commissioners awarded tho
contract for the building of the Na
poopoo wharf to James D. Lewis, tho
price being 19115. This Is the lowest
bid out of five nnd Is $3000 below the
highest. Lewis Is n lllln contractor
and the details of his bid' aro as fol
lows: $7015 fur the wharf, $200 for
the shed, and $100 for the derrick, Na
pnopoo Is a landing on the west roast
of Hawaii, on one Bldo of Kealnkekut
Bay, where Captain Cook was killed
. Chairman Campbolllald before tho
Commission the plans for the new
Mnuua Ixm wharf, showing tho
Queen street and waterfront elova
tlons, the method of bracing tho
roof and tho general plan for tho
floor space. A call for bld Is to bo
made shortly and tho work will be
rushed ahead. Nothing has been net
tled yet as to what pavement is to go
on the wharf, but it Is thought that
bltullthlc may bo given a trial. Itoom
Is to be saved at he liwa Olid fur a
giant molasses tank, The molasses
wfll bo brought from tho Oahu plan
tation in tank cam and then taken
from the big tank direct to tho Bhlps.
l.inuo residents petitioned the Com
mission for a larger wharf at Nawlll
will as the present one Is too small
for tho needs of tho place. As soon
as the work now in hand for the Wai
moa wharf on tho other sblo of tho
Island has been completed, tho matter
will be taken up.
A report was made that Dr. J, 11.
Ituymoud, who baa large Interests In
the Ulitpalakua slopes on llaleukaln,
had torn down tho old warehouso ut
Miikcnu landing, Maul, and tho Com
mission is to bco what can be done In
tho matter. Cumpbell explained that
there was some complication over thu
matter of prlvute ownership ami that
he would bco what he could do in tho
M'KBAOUK At Aleu, Oahu, Match
,D, 1912, Mary Ann, beloved wlfo of
It. A. McKeague, uflor a short ill
ness. The funeral will t.iko place at X
o'clock this afternoon from thn un
dertaking parlors of II, II, Williams,
I'ort street. Friends are lnlted tu
uttend. Interment -will 1)0 In Nuuauil
cemetery. if,-K ,., . ,
Hi jgML 1
we wiu-r I- ..... I .
Yon can't git along with th' bt wo
man that evtr livtd after th' burtsu
drawers twsll, I don't belUv thatavtn
biin' photoed In a golf suit will prtvsnt
Gov'nor Wilton from glttin' th' presi
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Both! and King 8trt
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OENT8' FURNISHING QOODS
Fort and Berstsnla 1
FINE LINE OF DBT O00DB '
WAH Y1NG CHONG
CO., - -
Sine Street, Iw Fishmuktt
Wing Chong Co.
KINO ST, NKAK BETHEL
Bralrra In Furniture, Mattresses,
etc, etr. All kinds of KUA and MIS.
SION r'UltNITUHK made to orjtr.
IMI'OIITEKS Of OMENTAL GOODS
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IT'8 ONLY IN THE
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Berelanlu Street, Near Naaaa
HONOLULU, B. T.
MEN'S 8HIRTS AND COLLARS
LAUNDERED BY HAND
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