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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, FRIDAY, MAR. 8, 1912.
P'SHIB8EwvCnF' .'' 4al
11 ' I
J TO LET. WANTED.
House (if three bedrooms, four closets,
rilttliiK-ruom, dining-room,' pantry,
kitchen, bathroom; bub and electric
.lights. Freshly painted anil thor
oughly repaired; mosquito proof.
Large chicken yard On two car
llnea nml three minutes' walk from
third line, V L. Katon, llulletln of
fice. Key at corner grocery, King
and McCully Bt". MGO-tf
No. lilt I.unalllo Ht. Six rooms; mod
ern; cool. Kent $35. Apply at 1327
Pensacola Ht. 6133-tf
Newly-foriilshed cottage In Kaltnuklto
rent. Mosqulto-proof, Apply 227
Vineyard St. 6175-lw
Ibe property known as the Wilder
building, corner of Fo't and Queen
streets. Dimensions tlxjt. The build
ln( will be remodeled to ault tenant.
Apply to C. Brewer 4V Co., Ltd.
FURNIGHED ROOM FOR RENT.
No. 73 lteretanla Bt Electrlo Uinta
and running water In each room.
Price reasonable. J. LI. Townsend,
The Argonaut lloomH with or with
out board; hot or cold buths. G27
Ilcietun'la St.; Phone 1308.
Clean furnlHhed roonin; 60c a night,
t: a week. 1281 Fort St.
, Good rooms; central und reasonable,
1248 Emma St S176-St
ROOM AND BOARD.
Furnished room and board In private
house, .walking distance from post
office. Address "11. II.", Dulletln of
TUB ARGONAUT nooma 112; with
' board, 135. 627 Beretanla BL; Phone
1308. Mrs. J. A. Doyle, proprietor.
Shudy Nook Furnished cottage with
board. Mosquito proof. 1048 Bere
tanla St. . 6174-tf
Furnished rooms, with board, at Hue-
tace cottage, Ws'klkl. Gentlemen
Large elry room for couple, with board,
In private family. 1842 King St.
Nicely - furnished rooms with board.
Apply I3C6 King St.; Phone 2(88,
International help, of ull kinds Na
tionalities at your choice. Phone
2813. ,C, II. Young, Hoom 303 Judd
Chinese, Japanese, Korean, Filipino
help. 1038 Bethel St.; Tel, 3871.
Contracting Cone. 5160-lm
Japanese cook, waiter, yard boy. Mat
siiuioto, 800 Alukea St, near King.
I'hone 17C6. 1070-tf
Japanese Employment Office Ito, Her
etanla St., nr. Punchbowl. Phone
Y. Nakanlshl, 34 Beretanla St, near
Nuuanu. Phone 3888. 5160-lm
FROST SALOON Fine wines and liq
uors. Call and see us. K. Sasaki,
prop. Beretanla and Maunakea Bts.
Flowers, Lets to. order at Julia Kala
klela, Pauahl and Nuuanu; Tel. 3176.
first-class livery turnouts at reason
able rates. Territory Livery Stable,
848 King; phone 2638.
Any kind second-hund furniture bought
and sold. MattresseH made to order,
II. Suzuki, cor. Vineyard and Emma
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
Ueorge Yamada, general contractor.
Estimates furnished. 208 McCandless
Bldg.; Phone 2117.
Pacific Electrlo Co. Motor and dynamo
repairing a specialty. Motors and
generators of all capacity for sale.
184 8. Beretanla St.; Tel, 3113.
FOR 8PRING WEAR
J. E. ROCHA
Tsllor for Men and Women
HOTEL STREET Next Y. M. C. A.
Thayer Piano Co.
AND OTHER PIANOS
1BI Hotel Street Phone 2111
"W lead, others follow," In the manu
facture of carbonated beverages. On
price to all. Free delivery. Phone
3022. Honolulu Soda Water Co., Ltd.,
StA North Beretanla, Bt Chat. B.
Fruaher, manager. 4141-tf
Hallway Mall Clerks ISO inunlli. Ho
nolulu examination May I. Prepar
ation free. Franklin Institute, Dept.
436M. Rochester, N. Y. f,161-lm
Kxperlenced salesman to handle a good
veiling line on the road, llox 1234,
llulletln office. ' E174-tf
To rent gentle home and buggy for
extended period. Address "W. V. R.",
llulletln. . MSl-tf
Competent engineer for mill work. Ap
ply F. A. Schaefer, Ltd. B178-1W
Kxperlenced fruit mnn wants to rep
resent reliable produce commission
house In San Francisco. Small
weekly salary. Attractive proposi
tion.' Worth Investigating. Address
K. Vlnce, 412 Davis St. 6160-l'm
Key ring with three keys, between Uni
versity, Club and Moana Hotel, Ad
dress "II. F.", care Bulletin.
Pair troustrx and bunch of keys be
longing to some member of the fleet.
Call at Bulletin office. C179-3t
Two Hnaps J22G0: Bungalow contain
ing seven rooms and bath, on Gullck
Ave, near King. Can be bought on
easy terms. I7G0: Large lot on Ka
lakaua Ave., near King St. Oliver
O. Lansing, 80 Merchant St.; Phone
The Transo envelope time-saving
Invention. No addressing necessary
In sending out bills or receipted Bul
letin Publishing Co., sole agent for
patentee. t tf
New S-room bungalow, Kallhl; lot
CKz218; 12000; easy terms. A. II.
Dondero, 83 Merchant St.; Phone
Cheap Twin-cylinder Indian In run
ning order. 726 Alukea St., or Box
Royal Navy bicycles. Something new.
Nickel rims, free wheel, double brake,
140. Walker's Rice Mill, Kawalahao
Bargains In real estate, on sea-shore.
plains and hills. "Pratt," 101 Btaa
genwald Bldg.; Telephone KOI.
Ono share dividend-bearing Hidalgo
rubber stock. Address Slwel, Bulle
Inter-Island and Oahu Railroad ship
ping books, at, Bulletin office. tf
BUY AND SELL.
Diamonds, watchea and jewelry bought,
sold and exchanged. J. Carlo, Fort Bt.
Dr. Msclennan has returned and re
sumed practise. 74 King St.,, opp.
Advertiser Olflce. 10 to 12, 2 to 4,
and 6 to 7. 6156-lm
Dr. S. Ochlal Strictly private. 34 H.
Beretanla Ave,; Phone 3932.
'or hire, seven-seated Packard. Phone
2811. Young Hotel Bland; Charles
, B. A R L E I G H 4 CO., Ltd,
Hotel Street, Near Fort
Brown e Lyen Co, Ltd,
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING.
"Everything In Books"
For GENERAL OFFICE 8TATION
c!RY and FILING SYSTEMS, call or
write to us and we will fill your wants.
Office Supply Co., Ltd..
31 FORT BTREET
Odd F.llow.' Block
OPEN A CHARGE ACCOUNT
sfaBHaS W stfl A W
ARK Tlin LATEST CREA
TIONS AT PRICES WITHIN
REACH OF ANYONF. DESIR
OUS OF TIlC BEST.
JEWELERS 113 HOTEL BT.
10 TO G0X REDUCTION
Msln Entrance! Nesr Hotel Btreet
1140 FORT STREET
Mrs. M. Ferreira
1141 FCJRT ST, NEAR CONVENT
Formerly with Miss Woodard
Just reaclved by the 8. 8. Wllh.l
mlns, the latest In LINEN and LIN
GERIE GOWNS; lo WHITE TAIL,
68-67-68 YOUNG HOTEL
OKOLEHAO HAWAIIAN LIQUOR
AMERICAN and 8COTCH WHI8KIE8
RED, WHITE and 8PARKLINQ
L'aRGE and SMALL BOTTLES
Bpsclsl Attention Paid to Family
ROSA & CO.,
Corner Queen and Alakea Streets
TRY THE NEW HONOLULU BREW
A HOME BEER
F01I SALE AT ALL IIARS
You'll Und llirj're nil good Ttl
"It's the Fashion"
Hotel nr. Fort P. II. Davli, Prop.
" 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.
j4- . lJtAsllui fysainttt CnntClAAi
achtUckot Appetite, jjirt llmtrrlnp,
USssna vvma wu jiuinn uiushj nic
nf, Hao In Stomach after Latin;, SUk
Hiadaclit, Dlfiliitis, Cost J TuriKUe,
Billouiniii, La Crtppt, Dtrrut rvtr,
Chilli and Pvr Malaria. Urtiktant,
rtVCT 111 l-niijini'v,aienneiitei,
DUUt Grav4l,ln.lplntUflElit Dl
tait. bladder TroutWe Enurtut, Kritu
matlara.lnipur blood. Catarrh, Scrofula,
Melancholia. Nrrvoua Dltordert, Sleep-
I.....H UaMiiuia Wnrmi. (:ul fnns
ttlpatlun. Anaemic Condition.
K Great Tonic tor Women.
It.OO ptr belli, 3 lor 12.60, 6 lor 16.00
HONOLULU DRUG CO.
1117 FORT STREET
Bread Baked Daily
You ean have your order ehenged
dally and be supplied with any ef
these varieties from
PHONE 1431 11M NUUANU ST.
Ins the best H6me-Made
Bread, German Pretzclsj.and
Coffee Cake. lie sure and
ring up 2124.
1128 TORT STRESTt '
Hotel Street, Near Fort
May's Old Kona Coffee
eUA in the Market
HENRY MAY CO.,
AT YOUR GROCERS'
N, B. Lansing, Distributor
lORANGE BLOSSOM CANDIE8I
The Most Popular Cand'es Made I
on tho Coast
HONOLULU DRUG CO., LTD.
1024 Fort St. Telephone 13641
NEW DRUG STORE
BODA WATKH FOUNTAIN
' HAWAII DRUG CO.
42 Hotel Street at end of Bethel
Vet! Slocked with New Druge and
sss5r aw-- -xer a7.am
(Associated Press Cable.)
MKXIC'O C1TV Alex. .Mnr. 7
FenrlliB fur tlielr lives mid property,
ns ucli us the lives of the sumen anil
children In the colony, four hundred
Amerlcnni gnthcrtd here today nnd
Inld plntis for self-protection In case
the iiiolis In the city Ket the tipper
hand nml nttnek foreigners.
The situation hero Is rennrded as
firowlnR steadily more mid more crit
ical The riots In the streets are. fre
quent mid American mid nntl-Amerl-can
sentiment Is at Hie hottum of most
of them The Kovernment has been
nppenleil to !y the consul lure, nnd
hui promised protection, hut the Amer
ican colony Is skeptical of Its ability
In keep Its promises In case of mi
D(lUai.AP, Arlr.. Mnr. 7. Reports
from tile soutl. say thqt ji IncUe-linur
battle has been roiiiihtj'iiboiit' thirty
I miles south of this city, mid that six
rebels Mere killed. No dellnlte Infor
mation can be obtained rcKardlmr the
IlKht. the numbers enRUKed or the com-
May Call Militia.
HACltAMKNTO, pal.. Mar. 7. So
Knio does Qovernor Johnson consider
the situation nloiiK the California bor
der that there Is talk of Ills catllnK
out the State militia to nld the KOV
rrumetit forces in pntrolllntr that sec
tion of the Mexican frontier which
abuts on California ttrrltory.
NOW SAY AMUNDSEN
REACHED POLE FIR8T
LONDON, Knit., Mnr. 7. Accordinit
to lute dispatch received here from
Copenhagen, Den., today. Captain It.
Amundsen Is reported to have reached
tlia South l'ole. No details nre given
In the messages from the explorer.
Interviewers who saw Mrs. Scott,
wife of the i:ugllsh explorer, say that
she had not received any Information
from her husband either directly or
through Captain .Amundse;!. ,
An earlier cable from Wellington, N.
'., stated that Captain Amundsen con
limit, the' report that Captain Scott
hns reached the South l'ole.
MAY GET PROBE
WASIIINQTON. D. C. Mnr. 7. Sub
gestlons were made on the floor of the
House of Ilcpreientatlve today Hint,
In view of the frightful disclosures
in.nln by the Investigation Into the con
ditions of the strikers nnd the cuuso
of the strike In I-nwrence, Mass, that
n searching ImeMlgattan Into the con-
'duct of the Woolen Trust mills u
I.nurencii nnd other cities be started nt
once. The motion was bitterly com
bated, PACKER3 A8K TO I
CHICAtlO, III, Mur. 7. The meat
packers under Indictment for viola
tion of the nntl-trunt law nnd on trial
here hnve asked the Federal Court to
dismiss the churges against them mi
the ground that the government, which
has rested Its case, has failed to prove
any of the offenses ulleged. The
court will hand down Ita decision on
the motion Monday.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Mar. 7.'
Through the manager of his campaign
for the presidential nomination on t tit.
Democratic ticket, Woodrow Wilson
has come nut endorsing tla plan pro
posed by Theodore Roosevelt for i
populur primary on tho candidates for
KANSAS CITV, Mo Mar 7.
Itooscvclt was endorsed for President
on tho Republican ticket by u popular
primary In tho I'lfth Congressional
District. This Is the first presidential
preference primary called In compll
nncv with the suggestion mndo hy
Itoosevelt himself, Tho ndherents of
President Taft remained nway from
croup Xsthmx rnnr7n
BKONOtmS CATARRH COLDS
A limp It, lalf ia4 flll,t Ucaimcnl tor bron
thiBltfouttlei, a,oldla( tfrui. VP9ilr4 Cftto.
In ilepl tnt piroirtai of hooping Could and
n llavci Croup al onct , ll ll ifi lo auSt lets
Mom Aiikma. Tha all rrndcrrd auonitv amliep
lie. Implies will, ccir bi.alh. nahca bicalbint:
cairl aoolbca Iht it Ibroal ani llopa lb fouh,
Mautlnc teallul rtlcblt. Illilavaluabltlonwlncia
wilb poung chlNrca.
Und tta poalal lot df Kllptl.o booklft
iaroal i , lol mt
diluted Ibioai, Tbep
at llmpU, crtccllit and
nllipilc, Ot pool
diiim or fiom hi, 10c
b a Supply of Rich, Red Blood and Or.
Williams' Pink PilU Are the Tonic
to Us When the Blood U
Thin and Week.
Thin, Iinpuro blood Is an Invitation
to sickness. The blool is at work, day
and nUilit, to, maintain tliu health and
any lack of strength or purity In the
blood Is a n oak news In tho ilefenee
against disease. Ana-tnla Isthedoctor'a
name for lack of blood. There maj be
an actual loss in tho quantity of tha
blood or one or more of its constituent
tuav bo lacking. ltd surest sjuiptoui is
pallor. Aiiwuila is particularly com
mon in joung girls from 14 to 17 years
of age. It is not conlined to them fur
It is this saniu lack of blood that pre
vents full recoery after the grip, fevers,
malaria and operations and is present
In old age and in persons who hae
been under an unusual physical or
Mrs. Morgan Row-en, of No. 945
Twenty-fifth aienue, N. E. Minneaiolui,
"When I was fifteen yean old I went
Into a decline and my parents feared I
waa going into consumption. I was
sick for a year and was not able to do
much of anything. The sickness came
on Uie gradually. I was pale and
Deemed to lose tny strength. I was
attending school at Winona at the time
and became so nervous that I had to
give up my studies. My parent were
alarmed about my condition as there
bad been consumption In tho family.
"A friend advised my mother to give
me Dr. Williams' link Pills for Pble Peo
ple and before I tuod them long I waa
much improved. I gave the pills a
thorough trial and was fully restored to
health. My health has been good since
but I always keep Dr. Williams Pink
Pills for Pale People in the house and
take them when I feel I need a tonic."
The tonic treatment with Dr. Wil
liams' Pink 1111a by building up the
blood bo that It can nourish and
strengthen tho weakened system lis
made hundreds of cures In the most
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills for Pale
People should be used lu aiurmia,
chlorosis or green sickness, sick head
ache, nervousness and for a general
run-down condition of the health.
Bond for free booklet, "Diseases of tha
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills are told br
all druggists, or will be sent, postpaid,
on receipt of price, 60 cents per box;
ix boxes, 12.60, by tho Dr. Williams
Medicine Co., Schenectady, N. Y.
ON BOARD OF
Discharged from tho health depart
ment, where he hns been a sanitary
Inspector for some time, Willlahi Ole
pau, n well-know n Fifth District Re
publican political worker, has turned
Democrat, nccnnlliiR to Information
today. It Is said that Olepau has
hwung over to I I.. McCandless, nnd
that McCanclleHs lias picked him out
for work fin n special Issue.
This issue Is to be an nttack on tho
Hoard of Health for Its activities In
demanding u clean-up of tho pul-fac-
tones and In Its banana tree-cutting
crusade, In conjunction with the mill-
There arc, many rumors that ixillti-
cat capital Is to be made out of tho
iioaruH worn, and some ot ine sani
tary Inspectors who failed at the re
cent examinations are understood to
have declared themselves out to fight
the Hoard during tho campaign. One.
method of attack has already been In
dlcnted, and that is that an effort wilt
be mado to prevent tho confirmation
of Dr. J. H. II. Pratt, as president ot
tho Hoard ot Health. Dr. Pratt was
named hy Qovernor Frcar after tho
Legislature adjourned and his appoint
ment therefore ooincs up to the uexr
Senate. There Is talk that mi effort
will ho made to pledge candidates fur
Senator against Pratt
Link McCandless scut for J. M. I'oc
poe, editor of Ke Aloha Alna, to re
turn to Honolulu from Kallua, Ha
waii, whero he has lieon making his
residence Pocpoo will now take up
ins pen and sump mo spirit or ue
his pen und stir up the spirit of lie
Poepoe, when seen jesterdny, uah
that tho Knna peoplo have Joined tho
unions which were organized byDavhl
IJwallkn, the labor leader, during his
tour of tho Island, In company with
John K. Knl, clerk of the County of
Hawaii, Knl made tho trip lor the
purpura of registering tho voters who
could not comu to Hllo to utllx their
signatures to Ihe great register.
With tho establishment of tho un
ions In Kona, Poeisie sajH it Is prac
tically decided that the otcrs thoro
will do us they pleaso with referenco
to candidates that will he placed be
fore them. Pocimio expresses his he
llet that the unionists will put up their
own candidates In the coming cam
paign. Independent of the other polit
An early nbolltlon of the Indo-Chl-ni'i-u
opium trulllu to Chlnii Is as-sini'd,
1 39 Merchant Street
aposkin' o" th' stage, Tel Dlinkley
ays he likes th' ssd plays th' best
th' kind where they kick a psle girl
out In th' snow an' then all set down
I' a rest turkey dinner with rubber eel
ery. Wouldn' it-sound funny t' hear a
farmer say, "Oh, I can't complain"?
C. 0. Yce Hop & Co;
MEAT MARKET AND IMPORTIR
Telephone No. Mel
Clothing and Shoes
Yee Chan & Co.
Bsthsl and King 8treets
Kam Chong Co.
QENT8' FURNISHING GOOD
Fort and Beretanla
FINE LINE OF DKT QOODfl .
WAH Y1NG CHONG
EioK Street, Zwa Fiibatrkat , '
Wing Chong Co.
KINd ST, KAK HETIIEL
Dealers In Furniture. Mattresses.
etc, fir. All kinds of KOA ani MIS-
bl(l. lUIt.MTUHK made (o erder.
IMPOUTKIIS OP OHIENTAL O00D8
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
Ill 'uuunu, near Kins; Btreet.
And Cloth of Al Quality Can Be
SA NG CHAN
P. O. Ilex 001. TelepboM 1JI1
Japanese Provisions and
NUUANU 8T, NEAR KINQ T.
COTTOX CKKPK S1I1UTS, KIMDN09
1218 KOKT ST AUOVK JIEUKTAMIA
IT'8 ONLY IN THE
THAT YOU CAN QET QUARTER
Regal Shoe Store,
King and Bethel
BAXZ.U SHOE STOBE
Herrlanla Street, Near Knaanii
HONOLULU, II. T.
MEN'S 8HIRT8 AND COLLAR!
LAUNDERED BY HAND
A. Abadle, Prop.
777 KINQ 8TREET PHONE 1411
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