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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H MONDAY, MAR. 11, 1912.
mum m o &mm
A lllllc inch uy ilny, wear whllo pay
ing KklrlK, Waists, I esses, Suits,
Capes, Cloaks mill Coats. HID Fort
St.. next lo J, Curln. C178-I21
CREDIT FOR LADIE8.
Diihh up Wulsts, Skirts, Hultl,
I)rosse, Ciiich, Cloaks nnd Outs.
Jl it weeks wear ulille paving. 1119
Foil 81., next to J. Carlo's.
No 1115 l.tiiuililo St. Six rooms; mod.
irn; root. Kent I3D. Ari'ly at 1317
Pclisucoln Ht. 6133-tC
Newly-furnished cottage In Knlinukl to
rent. Mosquito-proof. Apply 227
Vineyard fit. G175-1W
l.argc ronm In center of town; suitable
fur imn nr two )oung men. Call 1157
Union Ht. 6181-tf
The property known as th WlldM
building, corner of Fort Hnd Quoen
Btrectn. Dimensions 41x01. Tho build
in will bo remodeled to milt tenant
Apply to G Drawer & Co., Ltd.
FURNI8HED HOOM FOR RENT.
Mo. 73 lleretanta St. Klectrlo light
and running water In each room.
1'rlco reasonable. J. 11. Townsend,
The ArKiiniiut lliininH with or with
nut board ; lint or cold bulbs. 627
llirctanl.i fit.; I'luillo 1308.
Clean furnished rooms; GOc n night,
J2 11 week. 1281 Fort fit.
(limil rooms; central and reasonable.
1348 llninia fit. C17C-5t
ROOM AND BOARD.
Furnished room and board In private
house, walking distance from post
oRlco. Address "13. II", Bulletin of
filindy Nook Furnished cottage with
board. Moqullu proof. 1010 Ilcro
laliju fit. 6174-tf
Furnished rooms, with board, at Hus
tnen cottage, Wr'klkl.. Gentlemen
Large airy room for couple, with board,
In prlvnto family. 1912 King fit.
Nicely-furnished rooms with board.
Apply 1366 King fit.; Phono 2699.
International help of all kinds. Na
tionalities at your choice. Plionu
2!t.1. C. II. Young, Itoom 303 Judd
Chinese, Japanese, Koreun, Filipino
help. 1039 llethcl St.; Tel. 3871.
Contracting liono. B160-lm
Japanese cook, waiter, yard boy. Mat
sumoto, 900 Alakea St., near King.
Phono 1756. 1070-tf
Japanese Employment pfllce Ho, Her
etnnlu fit., nr, Punchbowl. Phone
Y. Nakaulslil, 34 Ilcrctanla fit., near
Nuiianu. Phono 3899. 5160-lm
i'ltOHT HALOON Fine wines and liq
uors. Call and see us. K. Basakl,
prop. Beretanla and Maunakea fits
Kliiwirs, Lel.i to order at Julia Kala
kela, Paunhl and Nuuanu; Tel. 3176.
First-class livery turnouts at reason
able rates. Territory Livery Stable,
3(8 King; phono 263.
Any kind second-hand furnlturo bought
and Mild. MatlresseH made, to order.
II. Suzuki, cor, Vineyard and Emma
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
Ucorgu Yamada, general contractor,'
Estimates furnished. 208 McCandless
Illdg.; Phone 2157. '
Pacific Eioctrlo Co. Motor and dynamo
ropnlrlng a specialty. Motors and
generators of all capacity for salo.
134 8. ncretanla St.; To". J1S1.
Thayer Piano Co.
AND OTHER PIANOS
166 Hotel 8trst Phone 2311
Want ndi In (lie
xou rich returns.
II 11 1 lot 1 11 bring
"We lead, others follow," In the manu
facture of carbonated beverages.' On
price to all. Free delivery. Phone
3022. Honolulu Soda Water Co., Ltd.,
34A North Beretanla fit.; Chas. B.
Frasher, manager. 4941-lf
Hallway Mall Clerks 190 month. Ho
nolulu examination May 4. Prepar
ation free. Franklin Institute, Dept.
435M, Rochester, N. V.
Experienced salesman lo bandlo a good
felling line on tho roitd. llox 1231,
llullctlu olllcc. C174-tf
To rent gentle homo and buggy for
extended period. Address "W. V. K.".
Competent engineer for mill work. Ap
ply F. A. Schacfcr, Ltd. 5176-lw
Experienced fruit man wants to rep
resent reliable produce commission
house In San Francisco. finiall
weekly Hillary. Attractive proposi
tion Worth Investigating. Address
K. Vlnce, 412 Davis fit. oifiS-lm
Key ring with three keys, between Uni
versity Club and Moann Hotel. Ad
dress "II, l'", caro Ilulletln.
Pair trousers nnd bunch of keys be
longing to some inemlier of the Heel.
Cull at Ilulletln otllcc. 0170-31
The Transo envelope a tlme-aavlng
Invention. No addressing necessary
In sending out bills or receipts. Bul
letin Publishing Co., sole agents for
For H.'ilu (one-third cash, balance on
time) or rent, 7-rooin house. For
particulars ring up Tel, 2256, be
tween 12 and 1, or 1842 liny time.
New 5-room bungalow, Kallhl; lot
E6V4X218; 12000; easy terms. A. II.
Dondcro, 83 Merchant St.; Phono
Chcn-r-Twlii-cyllniler Indian In run
nlng order. 726 Alukcn fit., or llox
Bargains In real estate, on sea-shore.
plains and hills. "Pratt," 101 Stan
genwald Bldg.; Telephone 1601.
One sharo dividend-bearing Hidalgo
rubber stock. Address Blwcl, Ilulle
nd Oahu Railroad ship
at Ilulletln office. tf
BUY AND BELL.
Diamonds, watches and Jewelry bought,
sold and exchanged. J. Carlo, Fort St.
Dr. Mnclennun has returned and re
sumed practise. 74 King fit., opp.
Advertiser Olllro. 10 to 12, 2 to 4,
nnd 6 to 7. 5156-lm
Dr. 8. Ochlal Strictly prlvnto. 34 H.
Ilcrctanla Ave ; Phone 3932.
Cor hire, seven-seated Packard. Phone
2611. Young Hotel Btand; Charles
Msln Entrancei Near Hotel Street
1140 FORT STREET
I ORANGE BLOSSOM CANDIES!
Tho Most Popular Candles Made I
on the Const
HONOLULU DRUG CO, LTD.
1024 Fort St. Telephone 13641
NEW DRUG STORE
BODA WATER FOUNTAIN
HAWAII DRUG CO.
42 Hotel Street, at end of Bethel
Vefli Stocked with New Drugs and
Odd Fellows' Block
M U 8 I C CO,
OPEN A CHARQE ACCOUNT
oeT ssfl b H I I .
VJ .vw I I I k
ii lu li.i.i; ii ii mvK
Aiti: Tin: lati:st cuka-
TIONH AT FltlCUS WITHIN
ItUAC'll OF ANYONK DKBIU-
OU8 OF Tin: iii:st.
113 HOTEL ST.
FOR SPRING WEAR
J. E. R0CHA
Tailor for Men and Women
HOTEL STREET Next Y. M. C. A.
Jutt received by the 8. S. Wilhel
mlna, the latest In LINEN and LIN
GERIE GOWNS; also WHITE TAIL.
66-67-68 YOUNQ HOTEL
OKOLEHAO HAWAIIAN LIQUOR
AMERICAN and SCOTCH WHISKIES
RED, WHITE and SPARKLINQ
LARGE and 8MALL BOTTLES
Special Attention Paid to Family
ROSA & CO.,
Corner Queen and AUkeii Streets
TRY THE NEW HONOLULU DREW
A HOME DEER
HAI,K AT AM. 1IAK8
tlicj'ro nil good fcl
"It's the Fashion"
llolrl nr. Fori. I). H. Untb, Prop.
Philip L Weaver,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
M2 Stangsnwald Building Honolulu
W. C. Achi
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Ksplolanl Building Honolulu,
P. O. Dsx 60S
" 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.
something up to dale In
footwear, don't fall to see
our line ol
White or Black
Shoe Co.. Ltd.
1051 Fort St.
1117 FORT STREET
Bread Baked Daily
ean have your order changed
dally and be supplied with any ef
these varieties from
11M NUUANU 8T.
lus the best Home-Mnde
Bread, German Pretzels and
Coffee Cake. Be sure and
ring up 2124.
1129 FORT STREST
' Hotel Street,
May's Old Kona Coffee
But In the Market
HENRY MAY e OO.
AT YOUR GROCER8'
N. D, Lanting, Distributor
W&Wm R in
NPTP . MEXICO
(Associated rress cable.)
PllKINU, t'hlnu, .Mar 10. Yuan
Willi Kill today mis Inaugurated us
provisional president of the I'hlncso
ltcpiibllv In place of Dr. Hun Yat Ken,
who resigned In Ills favor.
The ceremonies were simple, al
though the irovvds were Mist. The new
president, as soon as he took tho oath
of olllcc, which hinds him to carry
Into tffect the program the republicans
have been lighting for, niudu a brief
statement of the policy hu expects to
follow'. Among other things he de
clared that he would lender his resig
nation when his "work was done and
the people elect a permanent presi
dent," under tho constitution which
they might adopt.
The lirst nltlcl.it Information Yuan
lecelved us president was to thu el
fcit that the goviruor of fihcnsl has
lit last nictcctlcil In breaking ilnvvn tho
resistance he has encountered In try
ing to force tho Ttinkvvan Pass, thus
laying open the provinces of llonan
Revolt in Canten.
IIONGKON'U t'hlnu. Mar. 10. Word
has been received here Via the river of
n revolt mining tho revolutionary
troops at Canton. According to re
ports, more than eight thousund men
ale out under arms and serious lighting
Is going on. The shop aro reported
closed, nnd thousands of civilians have
already started for this city, lleelng
from tho soldiery. Many nro reported
to have been killed, but no verllieatloii
of this has been obtainable.
KAN rilANCISCO, Cnl., Mar. 10.
twicers of the (Icrman liner Assuau,
which reached tho Golden Cite, this
aftcrnniui, bring word of a hideous
rtnto of affairs hi Mexico. Tho ship
leportH having learned ut ono of her
many purls of call In Mexico that
Americans and other foreigners havo
been murdered by the rebels In the
Interior of Mexico and thu conditions
In the southern republic uro fust be
Tho danger to their wives, chlldrrn
and themselves In the interior has
driven thousands nf American nnd
other refugees from tho Inland towns
to tho cities along tho western coast,
vvhero they aro undergoing hardships
'of all sorts. The authorities In tho
smaller tow 111 arn not mailing any pre
tense of caring for these men and wo
men driven from their homes, and
they have been forced to appeal to
outsiders for charity.
According to word brought by tho
Ahsuan, tho consuls at stho various
towns of tho Mexican coast at which
the steamer stopped havo been send
Ing frantic appeals to tho Stale De
partment ut Washington to order a
warship from Kan I-'runclscn lo tho
scene of tho troubles, that American
Interests may bo lonheil after, but so
far llils has not been dono.
It Is rumored hero that 11 transport
will bn ordered south at once, hut 1111
dellulln Information could be obtained
tonight regarding tho report.
MIIXIC'O CITY, Mex., Mar. 10. Mnro
than twenty thousund men and women
paradul through tho streets of tho cap
ital today uud evirylug, desplto tho
efforts of tho police In breuk up tho
procession. Tho crowds vvero per
il ctly ordered and peaceful In tho
ili'iniilistratlnu, but Insisted on having
the piL'slilcnt address them on his plans
for securing peace throughout the
Madem canio to tho upper windows
of tho puluco and spoke In thu throngs,
dec-hiring that ho Is now doing all pos
sible to secure permanent tranquillity
to the nation, and that he Intends to
continue in that work. He said that
ho expects soon to bo ublu to report
that tho discontent bus been removed
and that the revolting parts of the
republic me ut peace again.
Tho president was repeatedly Inter
rupted hy tho puradcrs,
Kl. PASO, Tex., Mnr. 10. It was
learned tonight that a force of mnro
than 2000 federal soldiers with guns
has reached Torreon and Hint tho Junc
tion with tho forces already In that
city has been effected. At tho sumo
time, It was reported that 11 band of
rebils It mi the way to attack tho city
and a battle is expected at uny time.
Siege Is Broken.
TOItltllON, Mex.. Mar 10. Commu
nication has been reestablished be-
V r o tn n e (
.v y y fw..tccw
. ,. .M.a
'who have fount!
them to be inval-
tutble for car-4
mo tlte voire.
tvveen Ibis city and the iiulslilu worm
tliriuiRh tlii" medium of federal troops.
I'or months Torreon has been virtu
ally Isolated by thu rebels, nillnsiiH
being torn up or guarded mid tele
graphic communication cut off.
Tho long siege hns resulltd In u stute
of famine, the Inhabitants of the city
In a clash between tho rebels mid
federals at Nazarenu llfty rebels were
killed uud twenty captured This
skirmish proved tho key to tho situa
tion, giving the federal troops access
to the city and breaking the siege
TAFT IS NOW AFTER ROOSEVELT
CHH'AOO, III.. Mar 10. President
Tall ninile his first direct attack upon
tho recently promulgated doctrines of
Thiodnrc Hoosevclt in his campaign
speech heie last night. Ho vigorously
assailed the Itooscvclt pronouncements
and brought his thousands of hearers
,.. flw.lt fief ,lin, rltll- tlttlll llttPM 111,
... ...,. .V,.,
(toelMt-eil Unit such attemuts as lloosc- '
velt and his friends aro making to
quibble about the 'Intervening term"
In relation to tho "no third term"
precedents arc the beginnings and the
first manifestations of a desired
Tho President reviewed his policies
us determined by his ulllclal actions,
declaring Unit these should demon
strate to tho public that ho as Presi
dent had been a real progressive.
Teddy May Slump,
OVHTKIt HAY, Mar. 10. Theodore
Roosevelt has" been discussing Willi Ills
rrlcudh tho expediency of tuklng tho
stump In his own behalf as u candidate
for tho Itcpublluin nomination for tho
presidency It was slated that the for
mer president had practically decided
tn tour several States In u speech-
making campaign before tho conven
IN SAN FRANCI8CO
SAN ITtANt'ISCO, Cul., Mar. 10.
(leorgc Houghton, a chauffeur, com
mitted 11 bold highway robbery In day
light yesterday and so fur has es
caped with Ids booty. On 11 little fre
quented street he held up n buggy. In
which were two men, employes of n
druyage firm, bringing money from
tho bunk to the llrni's stables to pay
off for the week.
lluughtoii, keeping his men covered,
stepped Into the buggy and forced
one of his victims to drive to a se
cluded burn. Here he tied tho two
men up nnd took from them J 2 C00.
Tho men could not make their pre
dicament known until Into last night,
thus giving Houghton several hours'
Blurt ut any pursuit,
l.AVm:NCi:, Muss., Mar. 10. A
compiomlso hns been ottered In tho
big strike here, the operators promis
ing 11 raise of seven nnd one-half per
cent, above what tho employes vvero
getting when the strike was called.
This proposal Is being considered, but
no announcement has 1 11 made us to
tho attitude of the strikers.
IIOIIAHT. Tasmnnla, Mar. 10. Innn
Interview given out today, Captain
Amunsen said ho had nothing hut
praise for Captain Scott of tho lirltlsh
expedition to the South Pole. Ho lidd
ed that It Is quite possible that Cup
lain Scott succeeded in rcuchlng tho
goal of this journey.
TAFT LEAVES CHICAGO.
f'HII'A(U). III.. Mar. 10. After ad
dressing 11 large crowd of foreigners
hero today ami swinging through tho
city In 11 whirlwind campaign, Presi
dent Tn ft left lato tonight for Wash
ington In his prlvnto car. Ho again
attacked Roosevelt In Ills luldrcss,
which was loudly cheered.
ONE OF NEW YORK CITY'S
OLDEST FILMS SUSPENDS
NIIW YORK, N. Y. Mar. 10 Con
ner & Co, tinning the oldest brokers In
New York, havo suspended It Is an
nounced that tho llrni's financial trou
ble Is tho result of a breakdown In
health on thu part of tho senior mem
ber. TO AID 8TRIKERS.
1-;SSI:N, tier., Mar. 10. Represen
tatives of tho I'ngllsh coal miners who
have been working among tho miners
In tho Ruhr district for some time, an
nounced today tlittt they havo suc
ceeded In securing tho prnmlsn of tho
German miners tn slrlko In sympathy
with their Urltlsh fellows.
PICK CLARK DELEGATES.
SAN ITtANl'ISl'O, Cal, Mar. 10.
The Chump Chirk League of California,
whkh has Its hcudquiuters In tilts city,
elected delegates tn tho national Dem
ocratic convention hero today.
GALE SWEEPS COAST.
I.OS ANOIU.KS, Cul, Mur. 10. A
(ierco gulo which swept over tlm
Southern California coast today Is re
potted to havo dono great dumago to
tlu smaller coast cities.
FIRE KILLS FIVE IN
WINNIPi:l. Man. Mur. 10. IMvo
people were killed in u lire Unit par
tially destroyed thu Intel national Hur
vestir Company's Immense vvnieliouto
in this city yesterday.
THOUGHT TO BE
KHNNKTT, Mo Mur. 10. Twenty
stores huve been burned to tho
Th' only thing we don't git skinned
on these days it a ounce 0' prevention.
" v-vzairi tv. -' 5u
des-jMsce Bud, who graduated from our
high school Altll high honors last
spring, is takin a post graduate course
C. 0. Yee Hop & Co.
MEAT MARKET AND IMPORTER!
Telephone No. S4i1
Clothing and Shoes
Yee Chan & Co.
Bethel and King 8treett
Kam Chong Co.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Fort and Beretanla
TOTE LINE OF DBT GOOD!
WAH YING CHONG
King kStreetllEwa Fiiruntrkat
Wing Chong Co.
KI.MI ST., NEAU IIKT1IEL
Dealers In Furniture, Jliiltrcssrs,
etc., cfr. All kinds of KOA nnd MIS
MUX r'Uir.MTtlltr: niiido to order.
IMl'OltTKHS Or' OltlK.VrAI, GOODS
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
911 .uuanu, near Klnf KtrreL
FINEST FIT " J
And Cloth of At Qunlllj Can De 'fit
Purchased from '"
1. 0. llox SSI. Telephone 1711 $
Y. TAKAKUWA ;
COMMISSION MERCHANT J,!
Japanese Provisions and ' ' '" ;
NUUANU ST., NEAR KING ST.
Crepe Goods ?;.
COTTON Oltl'.l'E SHI UTS, KIMONOS
U 18 KOKT ST., AIIOVE HKHKTAXIA
IT'S ONLY IN THE
THAT YOU CAN GET QUARTER
Regal Shoe Store,
King and Bethel
1IANZ.U SHOE STOKE
Ilcrctanla Street, Near ."Vunnnu
HONOLULU, II. T.
ground ntul a largo section of this
Place has been destroyed by Haines'
which are believed to huvo boen'start-rt
ed b 11 llrebug The tiro cut off tho
water supply and tho llreuieii were un-
able to light the blaze. f
It Is believed that Iho hluza was set
by Incendiaries. Recently the town
went drj. ufter 11 bitter pollticiiLcuui
palgn on the liquor question, and it Is
flintitflit lh.il lli "iiMk" Venn, rnvftit-
Oilier mil)- clrculale papers hut the.
II 11 1 1 ft 1 11 Is admitted to hare tho?
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