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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, APR. 16, 1912.
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" '' C)B"A. -" '" 'l WANTED.
Deep and productive sugar cone lands,
grinding mllln, or unimproved ncro.
use In Cuba can be purchased on
advantageous terms now. Kor par
ticulars write P. II. Chamber., J O.
Box 1170, Havana, Cuba. G208-2W
I"ront room, nlceljr furnished, mos-qulto-proof;
hoi and cold bath; on
car line. No. 736 I.unnlllo St., near
No. 1UG Lunalllo Bt. Six rooms; mod
ern; cool. Kent 130. Apply' at 'l327
Pcnsacola St. BISi-tf
The property known as the Wilder
building, corner of Tort and Queen
streets. Dimensions 41x05. The build
ing will b'o reihodeled to suit tendlit.
Apply to C, iJrewer & Co , 'Ltd.
FURNISHED ROOM' FOlTRENT.
The Argonaut Ilooms with or with
out board; hot or cold baths. C27
Ilcretanla St.! Phono 1308.
I'urnltthed apartments and Blngle
rooms. Game! Place, 112 Vineyard
St.; Phone 1041. 615-tf
ROOM AND BOARD.
Furnished room and board In private
house, walking distance from post
office. Address "B. H.", Bulletin of
fice, ' ' 1038-tf
Furnished rooms, with board, at Hus
tace cottage, WslklkL Qentlemeh
only. -' , tOBt-tf
Nicely - furnished rooms with (board.
Apply 13CC Kin? St.; Phone 2699.
riowers Lels to order at Julia Kala
klela, Pauahl and Nuuanu; Tel. 3176
Pnclrlc Electric Co Motor and dyna
mo repulrlng a speclaliy.' Motors arid
generators of ull capacity for sale.
134 S. Oeretanla Bt; Tel. 3132.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
(Home" Yamada, general contraclor.
KHtlmates furnished. 203 McCandless
nhlif ; 'Phono 2lG7.
For hire, ro en-seated Packard. Phone
2r.ll. Young Hotel Stand; Charles
For rent, seven-passenger Packard.
Phono 3848. Oahu Auto Stand. Jim
Pierce. ' 6200-tf
AUTO FOR 8ALE.'
1911 Ford touring car,
canltlng Co, Ltd.
rirst-rlass llery turnouts at reason
ulilo rates. Territory Livery Stable,
38 king; phono 2030.
BUY AND SELL.
Diamonds, 'wot.ches and Jewelry bought,
sold and exchanged. J, Carlo, Fort Bt.
Exptricnced teacher gives piano lea
Min, $3 month (8 lessons); special
attention adult beginners. MubIc, this
Elite HnlrdrexMlng and Manicuring Par.
lor Ottlce, Room No. 70 Young Bldg.
Evenings by appointment. Phone
Dr. S, Ochlal Strictly private. 31 S.
llrretanla Ave ; Phone 3932.
Akana the Cook
Is prepared to cater to those fond of
tine Chinese cooking. Dlnnern for 6,
10, IS or more prepared right at your
homes If desired. Leave orders at
Teir Messenger Service, Tel. 1861.
Odd Fallows' Block
Thayer Piano Co.
AND OTHER PIANOS
166 Hotel Strest Phone 2111
. ;, - y i TTTr M i t 'l
Arllsjlc Job iirlnllni; roo nlvrityM lie
oliinlnnl from (lie II 11 1 1 1 1 u'k com
plc'li'lf 'cqulifiicd Job1 prluIlD); planL
All ladles' aiid -gents' clothing to be
cleaned, pressed and remodeled as It
should 'bo done, by' American artist.
Popular prices. Call or address J,
W. Wefaberg & Co, 220 Hotel St,
opp. Hawaiian Hotel; Phone 3814.
Eadles' glove denning ft specialty.
Suits 'roaUe to order from '10 tip;
fit 'guaranteed. BliC'lm
"We lead, others follow," In the manu
facture of '.carbonated beverages. One
price to nil Free delivery. Phone
3022. Honolulu Soda Water Co , Ltd ,
34A North Beretnnla St.; Clms. E.
Frnslier, manager, 4041-tt
2000 railway mall clerks wanted. 0
month. Honolulu examinations May
4. Coaching free. Write Franklin
Institute, Pept. 43S-N, Rochester,
N. Y. CIM-lm
Bookbinder or ruler wnntcd Immedl
' a(eiy at the llulletln ottlce. 'Good
position' to good, reliable party. ''Ap
ply io Forems'n, bulletin Pub. Co.
A limited amount of non-dlvldend-
paytng oil and mining stocks In ex
change for real estate. "O I'," care
Experienced salesman to handle a good
selling line on the road. Box 1234,
Bulletin office. 6174-tf
" SITU'ATIo'n" WAislTEDr
Position driving for a private family
Best 'of references. Address "H E
F." Bulletin office. 6211-2t
Position ps companion or nurse for
children, Address "Nurse," this of
fice. J' 6212-6t
Of r man nurse glrL In private family.
Address "B II," this ofllce.
Key ring with three keys, between Uni
versity Club and M6ana Hotel.' Ad
dress "II. F."','' care bulletin.
New 6-room bungalow, Kallhl; lot
C6Mz218; 12000! easy terms. A. IL
DoBderd, "Merchant Bt.: Phone
155S. ' - K3-U
Well-establUhed (warding house In
center of city. Long lease. Party
leaving town. Address 777, Bulletin
Bargains In real estate, on sea-shore,
plains and hills. "Pratt," 101 Btan-
genwald Hide.: Telephone 1602.
Ornflex camera, slie 34x4M, practl
cally now, at half price. Address
"Camera," this offlce. C208-6t
Cheap, cut-under surrey In tlrst-class
condition. Apply to Dr. Grossman
1141 Alakea St. 5207-lw
One share dividend-bearing Hidalgo
rubber stock. -Address Slwel, Bulle
tin. ' BHGltf
Inter-Island and Oahu Railroad ship
ping books, at Btllletin oftlce. tf
The Transit envelope a time-saving
Invention. No addressing necessary
In sending out bills or receipts. Bul
letin Publishing Co , sole agents' for
patentee. ' tf
Istuinese cook, waiter, yard boy. Mat
'sumoto, UOO Alakea St., near King.
Phone 1706. - t 1070-tt
Japanese Employment Offlce lto, Uer
etanla St, nr. Punchbowl. Phone
Domestic, hotel, club, shop, officii help
1039 Tlethcl St. Phone 3871.
CREDIT FOR LADIE8.
Dress up Waists, Skirts, y Hulls,
pressed, Capes, Cloaks und Coats. II
11 week; wear while paying, 1119
Fort St , next to J. parjo's.
A little each pay day, wear while pay
ing Bklrts, Waists, Dresses, Suits,
CapesJ 'CIOakH"and Coats. 1119 Fort
St , next to J, Carlo. ' 6210-121
CREDIT FOR MEN.
A little down and a little each pay day
will keep you' well 'dressed. The
Model, Fort St., next to 1 the Convent.
- - K .AH - ,I f
LEADING HAT CLEANERS
No. 20 BeroU'nla 8j nr.' NUu'anu'Avs,
All MhoY'df tiats Cleaned 'and Blocksd.
We silVthe" lilsit styles' of'Porla Rico,
Panama and Felt HataIAII WorKgUsr.
antetrf. Called for and dellvsrtd on
short notice, Prlcss moderate. FELIX
' 'TURRO, 8psclallst
Bend to tlie'Uplted Tallora and have
your suits cleaned, pressed and re
paired. 'Altered If necessary. Prompt
and personal attention given to all or
ders, Tel.' 3990. Kaplolanl building.
Propr fetor 'and Manager
TrfE RAILROAD MAN '3
Case and Works guaranteed.
They cost you from
113 HOTEL ST.
OKOLEHAO HAWAIIAN LIQUOR
AMERICAN and SCOTCH WHI8KIES
RED, WHITE and 8PARKLINQ
LARQE and SMALL BOTTLE8
8ptclal Attention Paid to Family
ROSA & CO.,
Corner Queen and Alakea Streets
TRY THE NEW HONOLULU BREW
A HOME BEER
FOR SALK AT ALL lUES
You'll And tlicj're nil good (!
Ions here. "
"It's the Fashion"
Hotel nr. Fort D. II. Darts, Prop.
1117 FORT STREET
Brown A Lyon Co, Ltd.
ALEXANDER YOUNQ BUILDINQ
"Evorythlng In Books"
A complete stock of up-to-date
Olllce Supplies of
V. B. ARLEIQH 4 CO, Ltd.
Hotel, Near Fort
For GENERAL OFFICE STATION
t!RY and FILING 8YSTEMS, call or
writ, to us and w. will fill your wants.
Office Supply Co., Ltd.,
I 131 FORT 8TREET
Chtis. R. Frazier
Phone 1871 ' y 182 'Klny It.
1 39 Merchant' Street
(Associated Press Cable.)
Nnw YORIC, N Y, Apr 15
Twelve hundred drowned In the sink
ing of the Willie Star liner Tltnnlc
Bach Is the last authentic ncua re
ceived from the swnrm of newspaper
men And rescue ships that rushed to
the assistance of the wrecked ocenn
liner Dctnlln of the affair, the most
awful marine disaster in history, ha
been coming Into this city all day, and
ench detail adds to the, horror and dis
tress. The essel sank four hour af
ter striking the Iceberg. In shallow
wnter, between Sable Island, Me, ami
Reported Safety Provea Fade.
From llnllfnx, N. S, earlier In the
day came the report that the Titanic
was making her way In under her own
steam, and the crowds of anxious,
weepmg ones lit the ofllcea of the
White Star line here cheered wildly,
believing that the newspaper, had ex
aggerated the reports of the disaster
and that the passengers and crew ere
Jt Is now known that the Tltnnlc
struck the underlying shelf of nn Ice
berg, many hundred feet high, while
steaming through n dense "Hanks" fog.
The berg which destroyed the escl U
reported to "have been several miles
lei g, more of an Ice floe than 11 birg,
Hr.ve where occasional hummocks of
lv" Jutted upward. Nn reul Idea of the
slxe of the berg can be obtained from
the reports of the survhors.
Caught In Rushing Waters.
When the steamer struck the berg,
the great bulkheads forward exploded
under the water pressuro like so many
guns. The wnter swept nft, engultlng
the steerago passengers, drowning
them like' rats In a Mmle, ns they
scrambled and struggled to reach the
Among Those Reported Mining.
In the flrst cabin' the scenes or hor
ror were almost as bad. There was
more than half a billion dollars repre
sented by the wealth of the llrst cabin
passengers, but l( could not sae some
of them. Benjamin Guggenheim, one
of tho Ave famous copper millionaires,
was on board. Qeorgo Wldmer, son
of Peter Wldener,, traction magnate of
Philadelphia, partner or Judge O'llrlen
and Thomas Fortune It) an In many
schemes of high llnancc, vas return
ing home nfter a trip to Europe, where
he had been studying conditions. 1st
dor Straus. Imiltl-ullllonnlre and phil
anthropist, was on board, and Is re
ported to hnve been drdnncd Charles
Ifayen, prehleit .tifvltHJTOrond-Trunk
railroad,, and n millionaire. Is another
who Is reported missings Jacques I'u
trelle, the author, and Dr. Washington
Dodge of Snn Francisco also nro
among those reported gone; Herman
Kleber of Portland and Col. Washing
ton Iloebllng. son of the famous engin
eer of the Brooklyn Bridge, are said
to be drowned.
REPORTED MURDER OF
AMERICANS BY MEXICAN8
TITPunV Arl Anr. in. Arrordlntf
to reports which' have reached hero
within the last ten dajs, more than two
hundred American women nnd chil
dren hnve been murdered and robbed
by Mexican bandits It Is Known inai
at least one hundred women and chll
ilpon hni'n l.enn shot nlnnir the line of
!he' Southern Pacific within n fort
OROZCO WOULD QUIT.
r.U PABO, Tex. Apr, IB. Acting In
behalf of his son. fienor Qroxco to
day" telegraphed to President Tart,
stating that the rebel leader Is nble
nnd most willing to explain the death
of James Fountain, tho American ex
ecuted by his orders some days ago.
The father odds that the son Is anxious
to secure the friendship of the United
WIAHIIINCITON,' D ('., Apr.' IB. In
nn ofllclal stntement glen out by the
Toft hendnuorter today, Theodore
Roosevelt Is accused of deliberately
trying to disrupt the Republican party
or the benefit of his own private nm-
TO ECZEtyA SUFFERERS
We would not' recommend any rem
edy for F.cxema. Psoriasis, or any oth
r trouble "with the 'skin, unless wo
knew'JJiot It Was 'scientifically com
pounded, that It Ingredients could not
possibly harm the most delicate skin,
and that It Would (five Instant relief.
We have many remedies In our store
and make It a point to handle rnly
those that can bo relied upon, but wo
especially recommend the D'DD. Pre
scription for i:czema to nil our patrons
who have nny form of skin trouble, be.
cause wo know what It will do. We
can vouch personally for tho mcrlU of
tho DDD. Prescription.
If you want Instant relief from that
torturing, 'Itchy ltczeina or wduM Ilk
to have your face freed from umlghtly
blotches and pimples let us tell you
nbout this D.D D. Prescription, and
the wonderful D.D.D, Soap that Is used
Remember, we know Me D.DD. Pre
scrlptlon will give you Instant relief,
attetter call to.day and let us tell
you more nbruit this wonderful remedy,
Benson, Smlih & Co, Ltd.
A coniclonce-Htrlckcn Civil War vol
oran, who stole a mulo from tho (lov
ornmeut when he wad a soldier, has
Bent to he Secretary of the Treasury
a draft for $200 to square tbo account.
The contribution was forwarded
through' u Methodist minister at
drtoneiutle, Ind. . -Se ',.
ftj- ;.. Mt.Hjb.Jxw-wjfcj$, I'ixne ' .Tastjac.iaK'Ai...si. .. ,ui " v, .T,j.d
A Skin uf Beauty is a Joy Forever
DR. T. FaiX GOURAUD'S ORIENTAL
, CREAM OR MAGICAL DEAUTlVlLR
Ittnvm. Tin, ri'np'i
tTrckiet, MMh VotCliM
" sal TTrf 01 em mi
Al on Wiiutr. snd its
hill Rtt iiuction. li
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ttvlf of tt bfcUt
ton (ft pKtltLttt
A 7011 UJltl
will U XhtOt.
(lausnuJ rtaam1 K Ik I a. it kftrmful t,t till tbt
tlQ l)rtrtloTl, t or Mia br lltlruii "& FftBCf
ttoodi iVsVkn lo Ibt UHtfd HUttt, Cfttiido b4 Curtpt.
'WLT.HaPUIS. Pup, 37 Erut Jtnu Shut InK
von Hamm- Young
Pioneer and Leaders in
the Automobile Business
Agents for such well-known cars
as Packard, Pope-Hartford, Stevens-
Uuryea, Ladillac, 1 liomas t'lycr,
Buick, Overldnd, Baker Electric, and
CHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
For th. BE8T RENT CARS In the
city, ring up for
OLDSMOBILE, No. 403
LANDAULET, No. 580
C. H. B E H N
of I. J I .
SUPPLIE8 AND REPAIRING
ASSOCIATED OARAGE, LTD.
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ALL, WE ABK IB A TRIAL.
HONOLULU .VULCANIZING WORKS
Phone 1823 Kaplolanl Building
Use a PREST-O-LITE TANK
on your Automobile and save Gen.
Acetylene Light and
Agency Co.; Ltd."
R. J. BERGER
Storaae Batteries reeharaed and re
built, expert work on Coils and Mag
netos, Motorcyclea repaired, Keys made
to ft any lock. 1171 ALAKEA ST.
No hots needed. It will last a life
time. Telephone 1109.
52 NORTH KUKUJ 8TREET
518 S. King M.
Watch Us Grow
James Guild Company
HOU8E FURNISHING GOODS
Collins Block Telephone 3591
X. p. 1IALT, & HOTf, LTD.
Cor. Klutr uuilr'ort 8U, HONOLULU
Hardwire, Paints and Oils, Ship
chandlery. Stores, Crockery. (Ham.
ware nnd Kllclieu Uteunllni Sportlug
Goods, 'Onus, lleielreri'and AnimunU
""' "' WW and CREAM " " "'
Kalmuki Dairy F. H. Kllby, Prop.
Wo deliver fresh Milk and Cream
twice dally to all purls of the city.
Phone 3T30 1 0 Hot 22
i Q. M. DUNCAN
258 B.retsnls 8t, opp! Royal Hawaiian
2.1. Jli "W I
isa y,r -tr Vrlt
vA. H zf W
NEW PROCESS IN
THE RESULT3 WILL PLEASE
Photo Supply Co.,
FORT, NEAR HOTEL
10 TO 60 REDUCTION
' YOUNQ BUILDINQ '
Main Entrance! Noar Hotel Street
1140 FORT STREET
HIGH-GRADE SHOE REPAIRING
The best of materials
MANUFACTURERS 8HOE CO.
1051 Fort Street
HOT WEATHER FOOTWEAR IN
' 'THE FAMOUS
' " 9 SIZES
Regal Shoe Store,
KING AND BETHEL
Pantheon Block Hotel 8trcet
IIANZAI SIIOK STOKR
IlerrtnuU HtrftL Nrnr Xnaana
HONOLULU. H. T.
SOUVENIRS snd POST
HAWAII &. SOUTH 8EA8
The Hlgh.it Quality of Work
777 KING STREET PHONE 149)
J. ABADIE, Prop.
I ORANGE GL03S0M CANDIES
iTholIost Popular1 Cund'es Mudel
on the Coimt
I HONOLULU DRUG CO, LTD. I
1024 Fort St. Telephone 13G4I
'""NEW DtoG TORE
BOllA WATKR FOUNTAIN
HAWAII DRUG CO.
42 Hotel Street, at end of Btth.l
We'll Stockod with New Drugs and
"TODAY'S NEW8 TODAY"
AVn.it nils In tlio It u lie tin bring
iuu (ivu ii:iuiii9
. ... t.$'.4.,j.t. S .
'Bout all our gov'nort an' presidents
teem t' do ft study railroad time ta
blet. Th' feller what tays quailt for
quail seem, t' go out o' hit way t' git
on th' subject.
t r i
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in in& s2
You read and look afar with equal
facility, but no one obterve. that you
are wearing bifocal, because the ueual
"lint." are absent Wear the genuine
KRYPTOKS awhile and you will n.v.r
willingly r.turn to old-ttyl. bifocal
Factory on the premltei. f
A. N. SANF0RD
Botton Building Fort Street
Over May & Co.
C. 0. Ycc Hop & Co.
MEAT MARKET AND IMPORTERS
Telephone No. 345 1
FJNE. LINE OF DRY GOODS
WAtl YING CH0NG
KING STRCLT EWA F1SHMARKET
Wing Chong. Co.
KINO ST., NEAlt IIETHEL
Dealers In Furniture, Sfnttrriiea,
etc, etc. All kinds of KOA and MIS
SION FUUNJTUHE maUo lo order.
IMrOUTKItS, OF OHIENTAL flOODH
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
11 Nnnnnn, near King SLrecL
And Cloth of Al Qnnlltr Can lie
" SA N G CHAN
1. 0. Ilor-OBt. Telephone 1711
Japanese Provisions and
NUUANU ST. NEAR KING STREET
CLOTHES CLEANED and PRES8ED
Fort and Pauahl Gtt.
CKUIt NOW Ce
M. A. GUNST & CO. Agents
Iincst j our iiioucj' In Bulletin
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