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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, APR. 19, 1912.
CUBA. WANTED, I
I - mill iri!iii'tlvc miKiir rami IhiiiIk,
KrlhdliiK iiiIIIm, or iiiiliiiinntil in n
iiKi In Culm tun ln iiirch;iHfd on
udvuiiliiHintix tirmi mow l-'nr par
lli'iilurH write I' It f'lmniliirv, 1 ()
llnx IITo, lluvnu.i. I'uh.t. MUfc :!vv
I l.i I in Ktrirt Imini', $27.r,u per iniinlli.
Ill ii til iii-vv alx-ruum hiiUKilovv vvllli
Ii.iIIi Aiily l UK it (I Liiimlni:, h'l
.Mfti limit St. or I'honc S.W.I
I 'rtint niiiiii, likely fiirnNht'd, mus-ftiltu-iroof;
hot mid cold hath, un
rnr Hue Nu 7:IC l.uiiulllu .St., near
Nu UK, l.unulllo Ht. Hlx riioim; mod
irn; coul. Hint J35. Aily at 1327
I'dmaculu Ht. t3J-tf
l-'iirnlxlii'il niiiiiII t'uttiiKi'. k"l YuutiK .St,
nr Thulium K.U:iic 5213-:it
ItiHiniH Htiltnlili fur huiiTk eplni; Ai-
Ply P. O llux 1,1)1.
The property known nu the Wilder
IjuIIiIIiik. corner of I'ort ami Queen
Hlreets DlmellMoui 4lxul The hlllld
liu: will he remoileleil to milt tenant
Apply to C Hrevver .v. Co, I.til.
The ArKunuut Itoouii with or with
out huunl; lint ur cold batlm. C27
Ili-ri tiiuln Ht ; I'lione 1308.
I'lirnMied apartment ami Hlngle
iiiiiiuk Oanrel I'luee, 113 Vlneyanl
Ht.: I'lione. 1841. M9'-t"
ROOM AND BOARD.
Kurnlntiml room and board In private
liouxe, walking distance from pout
ottlce. AddrexH "U. H.", llulletln of
t'urulMlied rooinH, with board, ut Hua
tucn cottaee, We'klkl. Gentlemen
Nicely - furnished rooms with board.
Apply 13C6 KlriK Ht.; Phone 2"9.
l'lowers I.els to order ut Julia Kula
kleln, Pauuhl a ml Nuuanu, Tel 317C
Puclllc Electric Co Motor and dynu
mo repairing u specially Motors and
Kenerutors of all capacity fur sale
134 M Ileretunla St ; Tel 3132.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
(ieort'u Vumuda, Benerul contractor.
lMlmuU-H fiirnUhed 208 McCundlvss
llldk : Plume 21&7.
l'or hire. (een-seated Packard Phono
:r.U. Yoiuit; Hotel Stand; Charles
Tor rent, sevi'ii-paiseriKer Packard
PIiuiik 3848. Oahu Auto Htuud Jim
AUTO FOR 8ALE.
1911 I'ord InnrliiK cur. Kershner Vul
rauUliiK Co., Ltd. Cl S5-tf
I'lrst-cluss livery turnouts at reason
able rules. Territory l.lvery Htuble,
348 KIiik; phone 2r,3K.
BUY AND SELL.
Dlaiiiuiids, watches uud Jewelry tioiiKht,
sold mid exchaiiKed J Curio, Port St.
' ' '
Kxperleuced teacher Klves piano les
sons, S3 month (8 leshous); special
attention adult beginners. Music, this
llllle Ilalrdresslng and Manicuring Par
lor t mice, Itooiu No 70 Young llldg
Kveiiiiigs by appointment Phone
Dr. H Ocliliil Strictly private.
Iliretanla Ave; Phone 3932.
Akana the Cook
Is prepared to color to thoso fond of
line Chinese cooking Ulnnirs for 6.
10, If. or more prepared right at your
homes If desired I.eavu orders ut
Terr Messenger Service. Tel 181)1
Thayer Piano Co.
AND OTHER PIANO!
HI Hotel Street Phone 2111
Billet la Want Ails ttIII find It,
,ll Imlli-n' ami Ki'iil- LlotliliiK tu be
ili'iinril, iirctisfil uhil K-inotli'lfil im It
rliould he iliuif L'J Aiiii-rli'un in lint
I'lipular nrli'm Call ur uildri'M J.
W i'IiiIiitk "". Wf' Hiilfl Ht.
nip IlaMill.lll Hotel, l'lionu 3814
LiiiIIch' Kluvi- tlftuilliK a Hpt't'lulty
HullH I'l.iilc In unliT from JIG up,
tit KiiiiuiiiteHil r, 1'jC-lin
'V t. ail, uthem follow," In the lliahll
faitiiri' nf rnrhounti'd li'MTui!" Out1
pilco tu all Krtf di livery I'lione
:I022 Ilunolultt Mucin Water Co, Mil ,
.11. V North llir.-t.inlu HI.; Clias II.
1'iunher, luniKiser. 4'J41-lf
:00H nillwuy mall clerk wanted. J9"
iiiiiuth Honolulu examinations .May
4 CimclilliB free. Wrlto Krunklln
Institute, Dent. 43S-N, Rochester.
N. V. G193-lm
llooltlilmler or ruler wnuted tuimedl
ately at the llulletln ollloe (loo. I
IiohIIIoii to kooiI, rell.ihlo party Ap
ply to Foreman, llulletln I'uli Co.
A limited amount of noii-ilMileiiil-payliiK
oil anil mltiliiK HtockM In cx
i liaiiKe for real eHtute, "o 1'." eare
KxperleueeJ Haleiiunn tu liamlln a gootl
KellliiK line on the ro.ul. llox 1S34,
llulletln olllre. C174-tf
(llrl for housework Hiiiull family, no
wanliliiK 14X1, Kninut r,:M3 It
Position as comp.inlou or nurse for
children Address "Nurse," this of
German nurse Kirl. In private family
Address "II II." this olllcu
Key ring with threo keys, between Uni
versity Club and Moana Hotel. Ad
dress "II P", care Bulletin.
Illeycle wheel between I'ort Armstrong
and Alakea dink t'lnder return to
this olllie r,214-2t
White aiitiimolille huh tap l'luder
please return to Lewis' Htulile
New G-room bungalow, Kallhl; lot
C6UX218; S2000; eaiy terms. A. II.
Dondero. S3 Merchant St.; Phone
Well-estulillhlied boardluK house In
center of city. I.uiik lease. P.irtJ
leavliiK town Address 777. llulletln
chickens 3 dixen White LeKhorns. 2
llouil.inx luiiulrn A I! Curler, 1J.',I)
Kln.iii Ht , near Pllkol.
HarKiilns In real estate, on sea-shore,
plains anil hills "Pratt," 101 Htaii
K"llnlil llldK.; Telephono 1C02.
Orallex camerii. hIh 3Vix4Vi, iiractl
cally new, at half price Addiesis
"Camel ii," this olllce. 5208-Ct
One share dividend-bearing IlldalKO
rubber stock. Address Slwel, llullu
Iiiler-lslmid anil D.ihii Itullioud sliln
PIiik books, at lliillitin olllcu tf
The Tmnso envelope a time-saving
Invention No addressing necessary
In sending out bills or receipts llul
letln Publishing Co, solo agents for
Im pa nose cook, waiter, yard boy. Mat
siimoto, 900 Alakea Ut., near Ling.
Phone 1756. (070-tf
Jupunese Kmployment Office Ito, ller
etunla St., nr. Punchbowl. Phone
SC6S. M29 If
Domestic, hotel, ilnli, shop, olllcu In .p
lull! llelhel St I'lione 3871.
CREDIT FOR MEN.
A Utile down and a little each pay day
will keep ou will dressed The
Model, I'ort Ht , next to tliu Convent
BERG8TROM MUSIC CO.
Odd Fellowe' Block Fort Strut
139 Merchant Street
You iniiNt get llio II u 1 1 11 1 1 11 U
grt till' Ncmts.
- m nn m twc eii y, irf
fVdr rtli,. AA
tuy m vm bvvr.
Sick lWula ! Ml trtks. II mJEoo. snow.
Small Pill, Scull Dm, Small Price
Genuine mhUi Signature
TMC RAILROAD MAN'3
Case and Works guaranteed.
They coat you from
JEWELERS 111 HOTEL ST.
OKOLEHAO HAWAIIAN LIQUOR
AMERICAN and SCOTCH WHISKIES
RED, WHITE and SPARKLING
LARGE and 8MALL BOTTLES
Special Attention Paid to Family
ROSA & CO.,
Corner Queen and Alakea Streeta
TRY THE NEW HONOLULU BREW
A HOME BEER
FOII SU.r. AT AM, IIAHH
You'll II ml thcj'ro nil good fc.
Ion k here.
"It's the Fashion"
Hotel nr. Port. I). II. DiitIs, Prop.
1117 FORT STREET
Brown &. Lyon Co, Ltd.
ALEXANDER YOUNG DUILDINQ
"Everything in Booki"
A complete Hindi of up-to-ilale
Olllce Supplies of
A. B. A R L E I G H &. CO., Ltd.
Hotel, Near Fort
For GENERAL OFFICE STATION
cRY and FILING SYSTEMS, call or
write to ui and we will fill your want.
Office Supply Co., Lid.,
Ml FORT 8TREET
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r Assoelaled r-Mss CaMe 1
NI-.W YMUK N April is
lln first iIiidi sllire the wirdi
Siimlny night Hashed Hie liens of I ho
rolllslun nf the great While Slar lluel
Titanic with mi Iceberg oir ilu grim,
ilesnlato const of Sable Island, the
full ilvlnlls of the arc Went thai msl
more than fifteen hundred lives vveio
learned tonight upon tin- arrival of
ihr steamer Curputhla al her pier in
I In- North lllvpr.
Mrs. Astor Saved.
Col. John Jacob Astor, flist seeing
I hat Ills lillclo, going Inline for the
birth of her (list baliv. was safely
placed in line of the loo few llfebonlH,
refused to accept a pluto l her side,
liecnuso "It tnlghl crowd out some
woman." Nor wns he alone in his
bravery. As the huge vessel upended
and sank, the strains of the hand l.i-
lug "Nearer, My (lod, to Thee." were
heard by the women utul children in
I lie Ini.'ltH, out there on the heaving
w nsle of black, lev unlets
Ah the great ship plunged Into Hie
eternity of wuleis, Hie Inllllaul llglils
shiiwed her capluln and first ouliei
slnuillng on the bridge. Iminovalile.
Impusxlve, serene. 'I lieu lhe vanish
Crowdt Seek Newt.
Ah the lime for the arrival of the
Cnrpntlilu drew near, the great crowds
which for du.VH have been thioiiglug
the While Slur Hiio'h olllces 011 White
hall street and before the bullet In
ImurdH of the newspapers, left those
places and began to form along West
street and an tunny as 1011M crowded
in to the lnng pIvr-Hhed
The Curputhla, lowed liv iwo lugs,
hwiiiik mil of the stream ami pointed
her noso Into her berth. 'I he gangway
wuh run up ntul those with permits
After a Record.
Leaving Liverpool April lu nu her
first trip ncrosH the ocean, tin
was under urilern to make a speed
record If possible, l'rotii the iiiouietit
she Hturled until the lusiuut she
struck the towering lieberg. she
steumed at the rule of twen: one
knots, tearing through the seas like
nu express train. Huddciil) there wns
a slight tremor that ran through the
long Hleel hull like n shiver That was
all. The shin went oil her wav
Shock Was Slight.
I'p on the bridge the llrst olllcer
feeling the Jur, threw the Hwllchei
that controlled the wider-tight bulk
heads The mechanism refused to
work. Noticing the sudden list of tho
Hhlp, he railed the captain Then
came word from the engineer Unit the
llreroomH were Hooding, and a mo
ment later the voice over the engine
room telephone announced that the
engine room wuh also tilling rapidly
So slight was the shock of lolllslon
that II was an hour after the incident
before the word wns passed to the
passengerH to put on life preservers
There was no panic. Directed by Hie
otllcers uud members of I he crew. Hie
passengers went lo the boats, lined up
lieslde them and waited for further In
struction. At Ihul time the ship wus
HlnkliiK. The survlvom say lhe could
feel her going as she wallowed from
Hide In side
There wus 110 stampede, no effort tot
crowd out the women and children
and the sick, but perfect ordei, cilm
obedience to Hie couuniiuds (loin the
olllcers, hurrliig about In Hou'weslcrs
Astor Said Farewell to Bride.
Col. John Jui oh Astor, on his way
home wllh his bride of lull little mole
than 11 )ear, who expeclH hihiii lo lie
come a mollier, was in the after su
loon, where the iniiiert wuh being
held, when the collision 1 utile. Col
(Srnele. one of the last to swim tu 11
life luft. ufler the stenmer had sunk
henenth the waves, lells the sluiy of
Mr Aatiir'H calm acceptance of fule
To n reporter for the Associated
Press, Colonel tlriule said- "We wele
all together when an olllier came Into
the saloon uud told us that the steam
ur hud Htruik an Iceberg uud was
hIiiIcIiik. ntul ordered ha to get the wo
men mid children together by the life
boats on deck Colonel Aslor jumped
lo his feet, and an to the Hullo occii
pled by himself and his bride, who
was MIsh Madeline Puree. Mrs Astoi
wus in 11 delicate condition, uud tho
Colonel had been excessively atten
tive to her wains during the whole of
the trli. At thai moment ho seemed
In think or nothing but her sufety and
gienlest possible lomforl.
"I saw Ii i 1 11 come mil of the saloon
door a few moments after, uud he cm
rled her to 11 lilcbo.il uud plated her
In the stern sheets One of the till)
com went up lo lilin and Huggested
tliut lie better enter the boat with his
wife, ho he could line liu her. ( olouel
Astor refused, sajlng. 'I might crowd
homo woman out of the place." Al
though Hie olllier persisted that Mrs
Aslor needed him, the Colonel slmpl)
shook hlH head and turned to continue
his lust louversatlou with his wife
"Then one ol Hie olllcers seized me
and pill me lo work getting women
and 1 1 dleti lashed sateiv upon a nu
raft thai the) hud dragged lo the rail
ready lo liiiinih when the ship sank.
That wus the last 1 saw of Mrs. Astoi
until I met her uboiird the Carpal I1I11,
uud the lust I saw of the Colonel.
"One of the wonderful thiugH about
the whole gruesome night wus I he
calmness Willi which the men uud wo
men faced death and tho misery they
Hhowed al plivslcul discomforts,, -
The rumor lo.'he elfect that tho cap
lain and llrst olllier committed suli Idi
nu the bridge just before Hie shl
Hunt down Is discredited b Hurvlvois
The otllcciH aie (omuieiiiled for 1I111
One survivor, speaking of '
ing of the ship, said 'Tin 11 - :i a
horrid swirl that cattgln our ruf' and
spun us round and round uiimi im
women screamed again and except Im
tie stronger swimmers uround us we
were alone with the fi o'her boa
Pur U While we busied outsehe- an'
lug tliose we sun or heurd in Hie wu
ter. but the cries dually died awu 111 o
we were In silence as will as ilai k
The Prominent Dead.
1 he list of the prominent men mi
Ing Is not ehuugcil In utiv lesput Ik
the arrival of the c.upnHila AtiMtin
them are Col John .lamb As'or Mai
Archibald I In 1 1 mlll'arv aid to Hie
President, on his wnv hotui after a
special piesetiintion lo King Ktntnnn
uel of llnlv ; William T. Stead the
journalist , Isldor Stiaus the mer
chant and philanthropist of this eitv
nml Ills wife; (leorge Wldeuer. son of
P. A. Wldener of Philadelphia, ttnrtioii
king of the Peuns.vlvaulu illy, Ptesi
(lent J, II. Thavei of Hie Peiiusv Ivutilu
Railroad, uud others The TUmtlc lur
ried 211 lu pel sous as passengers and
A fund fin the relief of lliose ninong
the passengers who inuv be in need of
assistance has ulrenilv leached the
f.Mi.otm mark and Is grow lug r.ipldlv
LABOR WARNED AWAY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO
The Territorial Hoard of Immlgtu
Hon has the following Information
The Italian Immigration olllie ol
New Yolk publishes the following re
ceived through Hie roval consul of H
nl.v In Sim Pianclsco. Hiiincthlug whh h
the Portuguese uud Spanish laborers
In llnwnll might very well prolll h)
The Italian Consul (leneral hihh
"Many persons have been induced
to believe that on account of the Pan
nma-Pacillc Imposition, which will no
t ur in I'.'ir.. there will be labor for ev
erbodv. uud mnu have come to San
I'raticlsiii without knowing that the
work on the exposition has not et
cotnmeiieed. and will not comment e
for a veur to come The Ilovul C-insul
(leueuil of Italy, therefore. dlsailvlseH
laborers from going lo Han Praiiclsco
until thev know from responsible
souices Unit there Is actual demand
for labor lu that ill) In Han Piuuils
co ul the present time are neiuly .lu
null people vvllliolll enjoin) mem . there
are about 1 1 11110 in l.os Angeles anil
ln.niiii in Han lilego
For Spring and Summer Wear
J. E. ROCHA
MEN AND WOMEN
Net Y. M. C. A.
SOUVENIRS and POST
HAWAII A SOUTH SEAS
F'lonrers and Leaders in
Agents lor such well-known cars
as Packard, Pope-Hartford, Stevens-
Uurvca. ladilac. 1 nomas liver.
liuicL Over and. Baker rjretne. and
CHUMAN CARHIAOE CO
For the OEST RENT CARS in tho
city, ring up for
OLDSMOBILE, No. 403
LANDAULET, No. 080
C. H. B E H N
SUPPLIES AND REPAIRING
ASSOCIATED OARAGE, LTD.
ALL, WE HK IH A TniAL
HONOLULU VULCANIZING WORKS
Phone 1823 Kaplolani Building
Use a PRES'l"-0-Ln K TANK
on your Automobile and save Gen
Acetylene Light and
Agency Co., Ltd.
R. J. BERGER
Storage Batteries recharged and re
built, expert work on Coils and Mag
netos, Motorcycles repaired, Keys made
to fit any lock. 1171 ALAKEA ST.
is the force that keeps
the nerves well poised
nnd controls firm, slrony
Men and women who
do die world's work can
avoid Drain-fag nnd
i;unrd their health by feed
ing brnm nnd body with
NCW PROCESS IN
TUT lirsULT", WILL PLTASC
Photo Supply Co.,
FORT, NEAR HOTEL
10 ". TO 50T REDUCTION
Main Entrancei Near Hotel Street
1140 FORT STREET
HOT WEATHER FOOTWEAR IN
Regal Shoo Store,
KING AND BETHEL
Pantheon Block Hotel Street
I'll ' .11'iS
IIANZW SIIOi: STORK
IlirrUinlii Slri'it, N'rar Nnnunu
JIONOU'I.IL II. T.
The Highest Quality of Work
777 KING STRCET " PHONE 1491
J. ABADIE, Prop.
NEW DRUG STORE
riliKA V A 'I I II KOI TIN
I HAWAII DRUG CO.
I 42 Hotel Street, at end of Bethel
Well Stocked with New Drugs and
"TODAY'S NEWS TODAY"
G, M DUNCAN
258 Beretanla St., opp. Royal Hawaiian
HtIiii MoHt I'oiiulur c'tiiii1'ih Miidc H
H on thu CoiiHt H
HONOLULU DRUG CO., LTD.!
J 1024 Fort St, Telephone 1364
a 1 r-a
A' A ji
If women ever ui ' votin' I wouldn'
give much ter Hi' cannydate witti ugly
hair Some fellen' idea o' a good bus
ineil man n not payin' anything till
he has to.
in riH. -v """'"j
AH tllV TJX.'IL-
You read and look alar with equal
facility, but no one observe! that you
are wearing bifocals because the usual
I "lines" are absent. Wear the genuine
KRYPTOKS awhile and you will never
j willingly return to old-style blfoca'
Factory on the premises.
A. N. SANFORD
Boston Building Fort Street
Over May &. Co.
C. Q. Yee Hop & Co.
Mr.AT MAKKI.T AND IMI'OIUT.HS
Telephone No. 3-15 I
Clothing and Shoes
Yee Chan & Co.
Helliel and K111K Streets.
FINli LINK OK DRY GOODS
WAH Y1NG CHONG
KING STItl IT I WA riSIIMAHM r
Wing Chong Co.
hl.Ml ST NKAIt llKTIIDl.
Iliulem In rurnlluri', Miillri'ttira,
ete, elr. VII aluiN of hl)V 11 ml XIM
MO.N ri'llMII'lti: iiiiuti- lu order.
l.lll'OIUi:ilS OF 0Kli:.M.L (iOOIIM
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
VII N1111111111, 11 i'ii r KIiik MrnL
111l Clutli u( Al tjimlllj Tan llr
SA NG CHAN
Mi'lVMII.KSS 111. Illl.
I'. O. llux III! I. IVIi'lilnilii- 1TII
COMMISSION Mf-RCI IANT
Japanese I'lovuiotu and
NUl'ANl' M" MAR KINl. SIUI.l.T
CLOTHES CLEANED and PRESSED
Fort and Pauahl Sts. Phone 3029
(Hi lit 0 Zc
M. A. GUNST & CO. Agents
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