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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, MAR. 25, 1912.
The house mill lot now occuphd by
.Mr. ('. W V IHcrlng nn Klnuii 81 ,
City Possession glen May 1, 1912
' I'or particulars mily to (.Veil llniwn
rumlnhed, u cosy lutlnge, mosqultu
proof, suitable for unu or two gen
tli nun A. Douse, 10th Ave, Knl
No 1115 l.umilllo Ht Hlx rooms; mod.
ernj root. Kent 35. Apply lit 1327
l'tnsncoln Ht. 5133-tr
Small furnished tottnge S71 Young
Ht , near Thomas H'imirc. 0 1 b 'J -3 1
The properly known as the VWIder
building, corner of Fort and Queen
streets. Dimensions Uxtt. The build
In will he remodeled to ult tenant.
Apply to C. llrewer Co, Ltd.
FURNISHED HOOM FOR RENT.
No. 73 lierelunlit Ht. Klectrlc llghtr
mid running water In each room
l'rlce reasonable. J. 11. Town-end.
'I liu ArKonaiit- UiHiniH with or with
out 'hoard! hot or cold baths. G27
Utretaiihi Ht ; l'liono 1308.
lront room mostultnproof, hot and
told llalh; on tar line 7.10 l.una
lllo. near Kinau 5187-lw
Clean furnished rooms; COc a night,
12 n week. 1281 l'ort Ht.
ROOM AND BOARD.
Furnished room and board In private
house, walking distance from post
otllce. Address "11. II.", Bulletin of
furnished rooms, with board, at Hue
tnce cottage, Wfiklkl. Oentlemen
Nicely furnished rooms with hoard
Apply 13CC King Ht.; Phono 269.
International help of ull kinds. Na
tionalities nt our choice. Phono
2!II3. C. II. Yuung, Itoom 301 Judil
Japanese cook, waiter, yard boy. Mat
Niimnto, too Alakea St, near King
Phono 1700. 1070-tf
Japanese Employment Oitlco Ito, Uer-
elaulu 8L, nr. Punchbowl. Phone
I'nOHT HAI.OON flno wines and liq
uors. Call and see us. K. Sasaki,
prop. Ileretanla und Muunakea, Sts
Flowers, I.els to order ut Jullu Kata
klelu, Puuahl and Nunanu; Tel. 3170.
Pacific Kleclrlc Co Motor and dynamo
repairing a specialty. Motors and
Kinerators of all capacity for sale
134 8. Ueretanla St.; Tel. 3131.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
tlenrge Yamnda, general contractor
KstlmHtes furnished. 208 UcCandlest
Bldg.; Phone 21 67.
firm-class livery turnouts at reason
able rates. Territory Livery Stable,
348 King; phone 2631.
Cor hire, seven-seated Packard. Phone
2G1I. Young Hotel Stand; Charles
Or H. Ochlnl Hlrlctly private-. 34 S
Ileretanla Ae; Phone 3932.
0EHO8TROM MU8IC CO.
Odd Fellows' Block Fort 8treet
Chas. R. Frazier
Phone 1371 122 King tt.
Thayer Piano Co.
AND OTHER PIANOS
161 Hotel Street Phone 2111
The hens press Issue or the II n I
let Ill's Wi IniliiHfrlul lldlllou Is ou
suit- ut lieu stands niul u( Hut Ilulle.
tlu otllce (or iKIeeii cents u foji).
'We lead, others follow," In the manu
facture of carbonated beverages. One
price to all. Free delivery. Phone
3022. Honolulu Hoda Water Co, Ltd,
34 A North Ileretanla Bt; Chas. K.
Krasher, manager. 4J41-tf
L'Oou railway mil II ilcrks minted. $9
inoiith Honolulu examinations May
4 Coaching Trie. Wrjto franklin
lllHtltlltf, llcpt 435- N, Ilochcstcr,
N V. f.lOJ-lm
Piatt n pressman Good position to
expirlemed man Apply foreman,
lliillitln Publishing Co
Hxpiriemed salesman to handle n Rood
silling llnu on the road, llox 1231,
llulletln olllco. 5174 -ft
Tn rent gentle horse and buggy for
extended period Address "W. V. 12",
Salesman for hading clothing store.
Address P O llox r.RI In nn hand
Ilxpcrli nerd fruit man warfts to rep
resent Tillable produce commission
house In Han I'rnnclsco. Small
weekly salary. Attractive propor
tion Worth Investigating. Address
I'. Vlnce, 412 Dals Ht. MGG-lm
Young man, timekeeper. Appl) to (1
Hamilton, Amirlcnu Can Co.
lletwecn Hcholleld Itarrncks and Hono
lulu, Unlit waterproof coat. Cup
marked "C W C. II " III leather enso
III pocktt. $10 reward If returned to
C, W. C Dining, 1144 Klnau Ht.
HlUir chain purse, on Ueretnnln St,
between pumping station nnd Sachs',
ltetiirn to llulletln olllco and recelvo
Key ring with threo keys, between Unl
erslty Club nnd Mnnnn Uotel. Ad
dress "It. P.", care llulletln.
Koh nnd charm on waterfront. Call
at llulletln ollli i, nnd prove property
Light motor cxprcf.n wngon good for
1000 lbs burden Just had 170 ex
i nded III overhauling. Price $400.
Answir "X Y .." this olllco.
The Transo envelope a time-saving
Invention. No addressing necessary
In sending out bills or receipt!. Bul
letin Publishing Co, sols agent for
Tor sale (one-third cash, balance on
time) or nut, 7-room house. fur
pnrtlriilirH ring up Ti 1 22.18, b
twitn 12 nnd 1, nr 1842 any time.
New S-room bungalow, Kallhl; Ut
CCVix218; 12000; easy terms. A. II.
Dondero, 83 Merchant St.; Pbone
Bargains In real estate, on sea-shore,
plains und hills. "Pratt." 101 Stan
genwald Bldg.; Telephone 1(01.
GJ acres nt I.uihl and Monnirnt ltd,
mar park, Walklkl Three eoltages
mid icment barn, e 6192-1 w
One. share dlvldeiid-biarlni; Hidalgo
rubber stock. Addrtss Slwel, llulle
Inter-Island and Oahu Railroad ship
ping books, at Bulletin office. tt
Horse and surrey; cheap. Address "H
h." this nunc :.:i:-ct
AUTO FOR 8ALE.
1911 rnid touring car.
caiilzlnu Co., Ltd.
BUY AND 8ELL.
Diamonds, watches and Jewelry, bought,
told and exchanged. J. Carlo, Fort Bt,
1117 FORT STREET
TV jfjfj V A V I I
I WJ m VII I I I k
2111 i II. B.Jllll'i.' Ill 'TJ
For Particular Men and Women
J. E. ROCIIA
Elite Bldg, Hotel 8t next Y. M. C. A.
PLAIN and HAND-ENGRAVED
10 and 14-Karat
Prices from $2 Up
JEWELERS 113 HOTEL ST.
OKOLEHAO HAWAIIAN LIQUOR
AMERICAN and SCOTCH WHISKIES
RED, WHITE and 8PARKLINQ
LARGE and 8MALL BOTTLES
Special Attention Paid to Family
ROSA & CO.,
Corner Queen and Alakea Streets
TRY THE NEW HONOLULU BREW
A HOME BEER
VOIt SALE AT ALL IIARH
Telephone IMS I
You'll II nil tlifj're. nil good frl
"It's the Fashion"
Hole nr. Fori. I. II. Paris, Prop.
ALOARODA BEAN MILLS
ONE SECOND-HAND STANDARD
GASOLINE ENGINE. 11 H. P,
MM EMMA STREET Telephone MM
a. p. Mcdonald,
Contractor and Uullder
Rstlmutes given on all kinds ot
Concrete Work n Specialty
I'AIIAHI HTKKGT, M'.Ml KI'UAND
Watch Us Grow
James Guild Company
HOU8E FURNISHING GOODS
Collins Block Telephone 3591
K. 0. HALL Si tfOX. LTD.
Cor. King nnd Vort Sts, HONOLULU
llarilnnre, 1'iitiits nnd Oils, Ship.
cliiindlcri, riloif. Crockery. Illass
mire and Kitchen Uleiisllai Spurllng
(Imiils, (liius, Iteibhem and Ammiinl.
W. C. Achi
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Keplolinl'llirJlha'1 "Honolulu, f. H,
P. O. Box 601
f Associated Pre Cable.)
JIM INK., Mex.. March 24. trr a
fight lasting Tram early this morning
until Into at night four thousand reb
oiK hao succeeded In cooping up two
thousand federals In the llttlo town of
Kscnlon. Ilnth Hides lost heavily In
Thn rebels mndo use of a now en
glno of warfare In their battle. Thev
were attacked by an nrmorcd train,
cmrylng n couple of hundred federals
under the command nf General Solas.
Ill nrdcr to defeat this they loaded
several cases of dynamite, used for
mining purposes, upon the cow-catch
or of n locomotive of tho Mcxlcnn
Central Italtrnad nnd started thin ma
chine nf destruction at a high speed
ngalnst the train. The explosion that
followed the collision killed sixty of
the federals niul completely wrecked
I the train. (Jencral Sains was nmoni;
I those bndlv wounded.
Tho federal situation grown more
nnd more precarious dallv.
GOING BACK TO WORK.
IIOSTON, Mass , March 24. Thn
lung drawn out struggle between tho
mill operators and their employes has
ended. Word to that effect reached
this city Into tonight, deports from
Lawrence, whero the strike has cen
lered, announce Hint tho city has gone
wild with Jov nt thn news nnd thai
the strlko lenders aro Jubilant over
their complete victory.
Simultaneously with Hint news
from Lawrence comes word that thcro
Is oery prospect that the 30,000 mill
operators In Now Iledford nnd tho
nearby towns, will go out on a strlko
of their own, encouraged by the suc
cess of their brothers In Lawrence.
This news hns reached Lawrence nnd
the strikers there are said to have
slgnllled their Intention of kMiik the
New Iledford men any aid In their
One of the first results of the clns
Ing nf"lhe hostilities at Lawrence will
he tho return of the children of tho
strikers, who wcro sent away from
homo to escape starvation. Ileports
from that city say that messages
hao been sent to the various cities
where the youngsters havo been tn
ken enro of when the strike waH on,
directing Hint they bo sent homo at
MONTANA IS OUT FOR TAFT,
1II:L1:NA, Mont.. March 24. Taft
has been endorsed by tho Kopubllcnn
Hlntn Convention of Montimn. After
a Hut) (oiilrnersy thu piusldeutlnl
piiiiuil) was defeated.
Roosevelt Smites Taft.
POIITLANI), Me., Mnrch 24. In nn
nddress delivered here Theodore Itoo-
sevelt declared 'that President Taft
hns demonstrated by n long scries of
official acts and utterances that he
does not consider thn people of the
United Slates capable of gocrnlng
Women Among Delegates.
SAN PHANCISCO, Cal., Mnrch 24.
Two women nro Included In tho nomi
nating (.omentum delegates selected
by tho San Francisco ItoosoeU
The delegates at largo are (lovernor
Johnson, Meyer Llssncr, ox-Oovcrnor
Pardee nnd Mrs. Porter.
Tho oilier woinnn Is Included among
the district delegates.
La Follette's Western Tour.
WASHINGTON', l". C, Mnrch 21.
Senntnr La Kollettn will begin his
western enmpalgti tour In Nebraska,
ending tt In Oregon toward the last of
In La Follette's Territory.
MILWAUKi:i:. Wis, Mnrch 24.
Wnmlrnw Wilson has Invaded Senator
Ln Kollelle's Stale, beginning n spenk-
lng tour In Milwaukee.
, . . IS REVOLUTIONARY
WAfl1llN'(lTO& n. C, Mnrch 24.
It became known yesleidny Hint the
Inter-State t'oinmercn Conimlsslon lias
filially decided one of tho most Impor
tant iiuesttons which has como beforo
It for some time. It Is tho opinion of
tho majority of tho commissioners
Hint If n rallrond shnll Klo n low rnto
on certnln classes of freight wholly
within tho lines of n Stnte, It shall, If
the (mentions are similar, grant the
snmo rata between luterstnte points.
The nte wns four In three on tho
MOHNTAHIY, Vn., Mnrch 24. Tho
Stnte in 11 1 1 In havo surrounded the
three Aliens, lenders of tho gang of
moonshiners who shot and killed a
lllttsvllle Judge, the clerk, prosecutor
and one of tho Jurymen engaged in
the trlnl of n memhei" of tho gang for
inoaiishlnllig. Kor hours tho soldlero
nnd speclnl deputies lmo been clos
ing in upon tho hunted men and cap
ture Is expected today. Tho Aliens
lmo taken refugo In tho mountains.
WASHINGTON, I). C. Mnrch 24.
Ulspntches from Irhnng, China, an
nounce Hint Hubert Hicks, n intuitu;
expert, of Wisconsin, hns boon mur
dered by pirates. Ho wns accompa
nied hy two companions, who did
their best to beat off tho pirates, but
wero unsuccessful, and barely escaped
with their nun lives. An expedition
hus been formed to go after the body
und If possible calch and punish tho
With the Bulletin
A LMOST every city has a paper that
prints news as it actually is, and
such a paper is ihe EVENING
BULLETIN in Honolulu.
Regular BULLETIN readers in Hawaii
know that this newspaper prints truthful
reports of every news event. It matters
not what paper they first read they wait
until they verify the story in the
BULLETIN before making any defi
Other readers would be saved much em
barrassment, and sometimes real discom
fort if they consulted the BULLETIN
columns before taking some action as a
result of alleged news read in another paper.
The Bulletin Prints the News As
And while it Is Still News ,
MUST BE CLEAN IF
YOU WOULD MARRY.
(tllK'ACO, 111, MhilIi 24 Demi
Sumner of tho Cathedral of Saint Pe
ter and Saint Pnul has formally an ,
pounced that after Laster no mnr
rtnges will be performed ln the cathe
dral unless the applicants can show
certificates from reputable doctors
Hint tlie.i nro normal .ihslcnlly nnd
tncntnlly. The announcement caused
a tremendous stir.
GERMAN STRIKE ENDS. '
1IKIH.IN, (lermnny, Mnrch 24. It!
wns oltlclnlly announced hern tonight i
Hint the strike in tho conl district of
Wnldcnhiirg, cnltcd by the ntllclnls of
the coal miners' union In sympathy!
with the miners of tlrent llrltnlu, has
been called off. The tnltierB will re
turn In work nt the vnme pay and
ARIZONA WANTS TO
OWN BIG BU8INESS.
PHOHNI. Aril. Mnrch 24. Stnte
ownership of big Industries and gov
ernmental development nf natural re-
Holirfps. Inirelher with thn nrlllleen of
direct sale to tho people. Is provided
In a hill Introduced In the Arizona
LOS ANOK1.KS. Cnl., March 24 -
Pour Chinese, Including tho secretary
of tho six companies In San Krnncls
en, lino been louiiil guilty nf smug
gling Chinese Into Hie United States
through Mexico, after two years of
OUT FOR TAFT.
INDIANAPOLIS, lml March 24.
Tho complete unolllclnl returns of tho
Slnlo primary held hero gle Presl
dent Tnft a majority of the delegates.
The count hns not et been complet
ed. MARINE OFFICER DEAD.
WASHINGTON. I). C. March 24
Captain Hohert Wjnne, formerly n
captain In the Cnltcd States Marine
Corps, died here today. Ho lind been
n sufferer with tuberculosis for yearn.
MOB HANGS NEGRO.
POUT SMITH. Ark.. Mnrch 24. A
mob removed nn unidentified negro
from tho county Jail last evening and
hanged him. Ho wns accused of shoot
ing a deputy.
THE TEST OF TIME
Is n Riirc test by which to gunge 'he
ei!lcuc of tiny remedy for human nil-
inentH, whether ndertl8cd or cthlcnlly
preHcrlbed hy u phynlclan
A mediclnu that hna Htoid the tet
of time la I.ydln i: l'lnkhnm's Vegc
table Compuund lta Intrlimlc murit
luiH bien proven by the fnct that tor
neurly forty yeura It has been rullc
Ing womunklnd from aufforlng and
bus constantly grown in Kpulnrlty.
The demand for It today la larger than
that of any similar remedy In the
This famous remedy for female Ills
litis proved to bo of Incalculable value
to hundreds of thousnndH of American
ach. Lack of Appffttc. Hurt ilulierlne,
(it mJ WinJ on Vomtrh, Hloitf J f !
1nrl'in In Stmth ttfr latlnr.SUk
HraJicht, Dlllintil, CnattJ TrrUr,
Billoutntti, La Orlpr. Dengue rvr.
Chill ani rvcr. Malaria, Ureaktont,
Dlattttf. Oravtl.lntlftfntUrlerit aUla
ait, UlaJdr Trouble, tnuret)i, Rhtu
mallftmjmturr UluoJ, Catarrh, Scrofula,
Melancholia, Nrrvoui Dttonleri, Steep
leaneii,Reinuvei Wormi, Cures Con
Itlpatlon, Anaemic Con J I Hon.
r Great Tonic for Women.
ft 00 pir bolllt, 3 lor 12 SO, 6 tor 16 00
HONOLULU DRUG CO.
What's become o' th' ole time gen
tleman with a plug hat an' a dirty
ihlrt? Th' pay at you enter plan hat
ttopped th' congettion at th' Little
Japaneta Provltlont and
NUUANU 8Tm NEAR KING 8T.
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H. MI YAKE,
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