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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 1912.
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SjTjsI Mesas ea t asaa a MM MMMMM
TO LET. WANTED.
Front room, nicely furnished, nios-iultu-proof;
hot uml cold bath; on
car Hue. No. 730 I.unnlllu St., near
No. MIC Lunalllo St. Six rooms; moil
em; cool. Itent 135. Apply at 1327
Pensucolu tit. G1S3-M
Furnished cottage, private hnth, with
llrst-eluss hoard. i:H5 Kmnm HI.
Only mailing lists In Honolulu. Mer
e'antlln Printing Co. fi220-3t
Kiniill cottage, completely furnished,
lift H. Vineyard .St. S2l!i-ilt
The property known us the Wilder
building, corner of Fort and Queen
streets. Dimensions 41xG6. The build
ing will ho remodeled to null tenant.
Apply to C Urcwcr & Co. Ltd.
furnished apartmentii and single
rooms, Oauzel l'lacc, 112 Vineyard
Kt , Phone, ir,4l.
ROOM AND BOARD.
Furnished room and hoard In private
house, walking distance from post
otllce. Address "11. II.", llulletln of
Furnished mown, with board, at Hus
tnce cnttuge, Wr'Ulkl. Gentlemen
Flow ith I.els to order at Julia Kula
klelu, raunhi and Ntmanii; Tel. 317C
Tactile Uleclrlc Co--Motor and dyna
mo repairing n specialty. Motor -nnd
generators of all capacity for sate.
134 H. Heretanla 81; Tel. 3132.
Japanese cook, waiter, yard boy, Mat
sumoto, 900 Alakca St, near King,
l'hone 17CG. t070-tf
Japanese Kmpluyinent Ofllce Ito, Uer
etanla St., "nr. Punchbowl, l'hono
Domestic, hotel, club, shop, ofllco help.
103!) llethel St. l'hono 3871.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
fSeorge. Yufnadu, general contractor.
Estimates furnished. 208 McCundless
Blilg.S l'hone 2157.
Tor hire, sevcn-scuted Puckurd, Phone
2511. Young Hotel Stand; Charles
For rent, seven-passenger Packard.
Phone 3848. Oahu Auto Stand. Jim
AUTO FOR SALE.
1911 l'ord touring cur. Kershner Vul
eniilxllig Co., Ltd. ClbS-tf
l'lrtt class1 livery turnouts at reason
ublu rates. Territory I.lvery Stable,
348 King; phone 253G.
BUY AND 8ELL.
Diamonds, wutches und Jewelry bought,
sold and exchanged. J. Carlo, Fort St.
Experienced teacher gives piano les
sons, 83 month (8 lessons); special
attention adult beginners. Music, this
olllce. EMS lra
Dr. S. Ochlal Strictly prlvute.
Ii. retanla Ave.: Phono S932.
Akana the Cook
la prepare'd to cater to those fond of
lino Chinese cooking. Dinners for C.
10, IK or morn prepared right at your
homes if desired. I.eavo orders nt
IVrr. Messenger Service, Tel. 1861.
CREDIT FOR MEN.
A little down nnd n little each pay day
will keep you we-ll dressed. Thu
Model. Fort St., next to tho Convent,
Kllto Halrdressliig and Manicuring Pur-
lor- oihYe, Room No, TU Young Illdg,
livviungH by nppoiiitnuni. Phono
Thayer Piano Co.
AND OTHER PIANOS
166 Hotel Street Phone 2311
Hunt iidi'-lii'lliv II u lie tin 'bring
jou rich returns,
"We lend, other follow," In thu manu
facture of carbonated beverage, una
prlcu to all Tree delivery. Phone
3022 Honolulu Hoda Water Co, Ltd.,1
3IA North Heretanla St.: Chas. U
Frasher, manager. 49l-tf
2000 railway mall clerks wanted. 0
month Honolulu examinations May
4. Coaching free. Wrlto Franklin
Institute, Dcpt. 435-N, Rochester,
N. Y. Cl3-lm
To rent hy Xlny I, a law living room,!
downtown,, with ground lloor, vc-;
rando, good light and view Willing
to pay $12 In S2U Address "J K,"
nuokhlndcr or ruler wanted Immedi
ately at the llulletln olllce. aood
position to good, reliable party. Ap
ply to F"'"inan. llulletln l'ub. Co.
Experienced salesman to handle a good
selling line on tho road,
Man for olllce position. Not under 21;
white Night work. Address "I2B,"
llulletln olllce. ESlSMf
liy Intelligent young man, who hns
hnd several years" experience In of
fice, ns well as In ull branches of
plantation work, with best recom
mendations. Address "T 11," this
Ily a native of Tolanil, work ai nrd
man nnd gardener Addrcsa "Slenli
Mobenda," llulletln orllce.
Key ring with three keys, between Uni
versity Club nnd Moant Hotel. Ad
dress ."JI. I'V. ruire llulletln.
Silver watch. Owner cun have samo
by proving property and paying for
this nd. Clarbuge Department, Mr
Intyni Illdg r,223-3t
House nnd lot, corner Kulmukl and
Seventh Ave. Newly built excellent
marine view. $20U cusli, hulancu on
monthly Instalments of 830. A snap.
Apply H. Rosenberg. C221-tf
KOrrol mure, seven years old, 14
hands, well trained for saddle and
harness, with well-bred colt three
weeks old. 8200. Address 15. J. Dly.
Schulleld Barracks. C22l-3t
Completely furnished six-room house
Practically new. Two bedrooms ulid
buth. Near three car lines. Quick
cash sale: owner lcuvlnc country.
1304 Matlock Ave. C220-3t
New E-room bungalow, Kallhl; (ot
0614x218; 12000; easy terms. A. II.
Dondero, 83 Merchant St.; Phone
llargalns in reel estate, on sea-shore,
plains and hills. "Pratt," 101 Stnn
genwnld Illdg.; Telephone 1C02.
New Homo sewing machine; drop
head; llrst-class condition $30, Ap
ply 837 Young Ct G220-31
One share dividend-bearing Hidalgo
rubber stock. Address Slwel, llulle
Inter-Island and Oahu Itallroad ship
ping books, at llulletln ofllco. tf
Tho Trnnso envelope a time-saving
Invention. No addressing necessary
In sending out bills or receipts. llul
letln Publishing Co, sole ngents for
NEW DRUG STORE
SODA WATICIt FOUNTAIN
HAWAII DRUG CO.
42 Hotel Street, at end of Bethel
Well Stocked with New Drug and
IBERGSTROM MUSIC CO,
qjj Fellow.' Block Fort 8treet
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Sltfnaturo of Ota'yf&&t
b a 1 1 e 1 1 IVant Ads will ilud It.
The, Most Popular Candles MadeH
'B on the Coast H
HDNnl III II nniln m iTnl
1 J 1024 Fort St. Telephone 1364 p
Violinist mid I'lniiWt i)xn fur engagements--enfe,
hold, theater. Address
"Teachers," llulletln ulllcu.
""lollies cleaned, pressed nnd nltered
Flowers for sale. Prompt service,
(jillfornla Clothes inclining Shop,
lleietnuln. hour Fort Phone 2085
THE RAILROAD MAN'3
Cuo and Works guaranteed.
They cost you from
113 HOTEL ST.
1117 FORT STREET
Brown & Lyon Co, Ltd.
ALEXANDER Y.OUNQ BUILDING
"Everything In Booke"
livery Kte-nmer brings us
the newest hooks
A R L E I G, H .
Hotel, Near Fort
For GENERAL OFFICE STATION
ARY and FILING 8YSTEM8, call or
writs to us and we will fill your wants.
Office Supply Co., Ltd.,
' 831 FORT STREET
" 1F f T'8 P A I N'T
And you want a good job, see mo
8HARP SIGNS ARE 8EEN
Phono 1697 847 Kaahumonu
Chas. "R, Frazier
Phone 1371 , 1E2 Klnf tt.
DO' IT NOW?
Bend to tho United Tailors nnd have
your suits cleaned, pressed and re
paired. Altered If necessary. Prompt
nnd personal attention gfven to all or
ders. Til. 39110, Kaplolanl building.
WM. E. MILES
Proprietor and Manager
LEADING HAT CLEANERS
f)o. 20 Beretanla St., nr. Nuuanu Ave.
All kinds of hats Cleaned and Blocked.
Wo sell tie lateet styles of Porto Rico,
Panama and Felt Hate. All work guar
anteed. Called for and delivered on
short notice. Prices moderate. FELIX
Dr. T. MITAMURA
Office! 1412 Nuuanu St., cor. Vineyard
Olllce Hours. 9 to 12 a in, 7 to 8
p. m Mondays hy appointment.
lit-sldeiiVH nil N. Vlneyuld Htreet,
1 ni'jr olllce. Tclephono2C13; P. O. Uox
r for men&youtmstJ
CABSOclAted Pri-s Cable.)
SAL15M (Or.) April 2.1. Only In the
event that n preferential Presidential
candidate In Oregon receives the ma
jority vote of Ills party In the primary
election are tho delegates obligated,
under tho Oregon law. to vole for him
In the national rumentlon Such was
en opinion Informally expressed hy At-
torney-de'iiernl Crawford of (Jrceoii In
discussing tho rusult uf the Hepuhll-
can pritnory which deslgnnlpc) Thein
dure Roosevelt ns the party's prefer
once. Mr Crawford said he construed
tho law to mean that a distinct mnjor- both preferred und common slock
lty must be received by a preferential The money, says the announcement,
Presidential candidate, nnd when only will bu paid from the surplus fund
n plurality wns received It Is not In ''
ejumbent upon the delegates to sup ! ltKIIIM.S ItOITIMI.
port that enndldate.
Crawford declared Hint "those wlm TKIMC, Mux., April SO. Fedlovslng
received from the party a sulllclent n light that lasted nil day and well in
lilimber of votes to elect them as dole- to the night tho rebels were routed
gutes, and who weres representatives by the federal troops near here today
on Hia ticket or cither Tart or l.n Fol
lettc, are, In a proportional rcprcseu
tnllon theory, In duty bound to vote
for those candidate's whom they de
clared lo Uiu iH'oplc on tho ballot they
would represent In the convention."
Soveral of the successful delegates,
however, stuteil Hint regardless of who
they represented on the ticket, they
Intended to vote for Colonel HnoscveK
In (lie convention nut II such time as
they might Hep that he could not bo
TAFT IS JUST
IIOSTON, Mass.. April 30 At tho
cleiso of un exciting day of voting.
President Tafl.led Theodore Roose
velt In the presidential primary racei
by something .pier llfteen hundred
votes, with mora than thti-e hundred
i precincts throughout, tho Hlale still to
be heard from. I lie nguies at a. late
linur werer Tnft, 4r,S3'.i; lloem-volt,
I3.S3B; m Kollette, 1130, In 711 out of
10S0 precincts. "'
Practically the samo proportion of
votes for thu candidates was kept
throughout tlioidny. Knrly returns
from Iloston precincts guve Mr Tuft
tho lead or 7ft vvtes In 1X0 out or 2U7 nnd energetic booster for things Aus
In the city. The vote ut that time was trnllan, was a special guest-of-honeir.
Tnft, (JIM); Itoosevelt, C375; La Fol-
lettc. Hti. Later returns from 190 of
the Boston preelncts gave Tnft 10,-
122; Roosevelt, i222; Iji Fedtette, 221;
Clark, 12,421; Wilson, ft433.
NEW SAILING RECORD
SAN FRANCISCO, Cnl., April 30
Captain l)iivleB,,of the Ilritish bark
Calcutta has established a record for
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. '.'" . o' .. ' r.,.'"'m,i;.",,V'n
pun bus a uuje nijuni. i u .m-
cuttn arrived here this afternoon.
BULKHEAD DOORS ON
TITANIC WERE JAMMED
WAHinvnTOM. I) c Anrii .'tnAi
today's session of tho Senate Invest!-
gating committee which Is probing
the disaster to tho White Star steam-
er Tltnnlc seamen of thu lost liner
uppeared. They testllled that the col-
llslou with tho Iceberg Jammed the
watertight doors In tho bulkheads be-
tween decks und ptovonted them clos-
itiir. Kei-ernl ieuilnii (lint timv hnd
made efforts to close tho doors but
found them Immovable.
ENGINEERS WILL NOT
WALK OUT, IS STATEMENT
NEW YORK, N. Y April 30. The
announcement was made nt the head
quarters uf the Brotherhood of Ijjco
motive Engineers hero tonight that
tlif, l-,illirilu mi llil. fill,,
question of a strike
have been received from the men on
llfty railroads west of the Rockies.
The men havo decided against n
Good for 2000 Votes
I nomlnnto Mrs. or Miss
Downtown udilress, If any
Illstrlct No .vr. .'..;,...
Only tho first nomination ballot received for each candidate will count
for 2UIHI votes, rill out ull the lines of this ballot very carefully und mull
AT ONCE to thu Contest Manager, Evening llullcllu, Honolulu, T. II.
Tho management reserves tho light to reject any objectionable nomi
nations. Fill out this blank, wrlto plainly, ami send It lo Contest Manager vvilh
your namo or (ho name aud address
ui persona iuukipb 'nominations vwtu
WOULD YOU ENJOY
VIGOROUS OLD AGE?
Then use Duffy's Ptne Malt
Whiskey It brings health and
strength to eery one along life's
pathway It makes the old feel
young and keeps the young strong
tTRed for over CO yenrs as a rem
edy In the prevention und cure of
all throat, lung nnd stomach trou
bles nnd all wasting and weakening
Sold everywhere In HKAI.ni)
BOTTLES ONLY Medical booklet
and doctor's mUlce sent fre'e on
The Duffy Malt Whl.k.y Co.
Rochester, N. Y., U. S. A.
oTCCI WIPI flM l5 IMOT
5 ' tCL "' VimAu Vi7i -rir-
SO JUICY THIS 1 IWlh
NKW YOTlK. N. Y., May I OII1-'
cns of the ('lilted Steel Corporation I
today nntiounced that the trust will
be six million dollars short of the
regular dividend payments in May on
They tort 220 dead on the Held und
more than 170 wounded
PRESS CLUB IS
A promt club for Honolulu Is a peiS'
I sihlllty following the ijulherlng at a
private dining-room In tho Union drill
I lust evening ul which n scoro ot news-
, paper-vi iters participated ns tho
guests of the Public Service Associa
tion, A much-meioled but long-deferred
plan for some sort of organization
among nuwspnper-workers was n
tlH-me UHu which most every one
present voiced favorable sentiment,
llefore disbanding, matters Dually
narrowed down to the selection of a
Preliminary arrangements for nn out'
ng at Halelwa were illsciiKseil and
steps taken for a general canvass for
Alcxnuder Hume Ford was by unnn-
Imous consent made temporary chair-
ninu of tho gathering. There were
none pre-scnt who succeeded In elud-
ng the call from Ford fer an expres-
slop of opinion.
Percy Hunter, tho wlduly-trnveled
Hunter gave tho boys a handful of
pointers on the way they do things In
tho Australian cities when It comes lo
the treatment of members of the press,
Whilst thero has been sotno division
of sentiment over tho proposition of
securing he-udipiarters for the club,
this as well as soveral other impor
tant dotnlls will bo thoroughly thresh
ed out by tho cmnmlttco Including tho
following- Daniel Logan of tho Hlnr,
"cow "onalutll of tho Advertiser am
Rlloy II. Alton of tho Bullet In
These three nro empowered to select
.. j,, ,n,.
that body a mombershlp of five.
' Knt 111 thn tinst ten ve.nrs tins sneli
' a body of newspapermen gathered as
There seems lo bo a pretty well-de-
fliied sentiment among local nowspa-
permen that tho social features of sue h
nn organization should not bo neglect-
ud alld l"r IW reuiwii It Is believed
tmt thu best ends would be nerve.l by
"' acqulmnent of n sultublo meeting-
I'lacewhcru uiumbers might gather Tor
sociability and relaxation,
rl'oso '"" n""e Identified with the
Inauguration of tho plan for an organ-
Nation of newspaper-workers and pres-
cut last night Included: From the Ad
vertiser, M, O. Maury, Georgu lieu
shall. A. P. Taylor, II. B. Walker, A.
L. MncKaye, It. Y. Gilbert. From tio
Star,' Uaulul I,oguu, V, I,. Btnvenson,
.Inhn M. (illes. A, Wallace. From tho
I) n 1 1 o 1 1 n , Phil Datiky, I.aurenco
ltedliigloii. .lames II. Ilaktinlo, F. K.
Mutsou. From tho Mld-Parlllc Mngu-
"e, Alexamier nil
umo Ford. From the
."".""!, ' '
Irwin. From the
I'aradlsu of tho Paclllc, Win. Langl.ni,
1" mmt gel the llulletln to
eel the .News.
(Keo Ulrftrlct Dlvlslonn)
ol your favorite candidate. The pauies
uoi no uivuigeu, u au reum-Bicu
10 TO S0 REDUCTION
Main Entrancal Near Hotel Street
1140 FORT STREET
For Spring and Summer Wear
J. E. R0CHA
TAILOR FOR MEN AND WOMEN
Hotel Street Next Y. M. C. A.
Children'!, Ladles' and
HAWAII & SOUTH SEAS
Young Building '
von Hamm- Young
Pioneers and Leaders in
the Automobile Business
Acenli for such well-known cars
as Packard, Popc-I lartford, Stevens-
Duryca, Cadillac. I nomas llyer,
Duick, Ovctland, Baker Electric, and
CHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
For the BEST RENT CARS In tho
city, ring up for
OLOSMOBILE, No. 403
LANDAU LET, No. D80
C. H. B E H N
SUPPLIES AND REPAIRING
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, LTD.
ALL WE ASK IS A TIUAI,
HONOLULU VULCANIZING WORKS
Phone 1823 Kaptolanl Building
Uie a PREST-O-LITE 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
neto, Motorcycles repaired, Keys made
to fit any lock. 1171 ALAKEA ST.
P O, Box 70S
1S2 Xlereliant Hlrvvt Near Alakca
HONOLULU, T. II.
The niCYCLF. DKAI.LIt und IlK.
PAIIIDII, has moved to
180 KINH 'STKKKT
New locution lied front, near
Young Ilulldlng. Telephone SS1R.
ALQAROBA BEAN MILLS
ONE SECOND-HAND STANDARD
GASOLINE ENGINE, II H. P.
1444 EMMA STREET T.l.phon. MM
A. p. Mcdonald,
Contractor and llullilrr
Estimates given on all kinds ol
Concrete Work n Specially
I'ADAlll STItlXT, NF.AU M'UA0
139 Merchant Street
You read and look afar with equal
facility, but no one obtervet that you
are wearing bifocals because the usual
"lines" are absent. Wear the genuina
KRYPTOKS awhile and you will never
willingly return to old-style bifocal
Factory on the premises.
A. N. SANF0RD
Boston Building Fort Street
Over May 4 Co.
C. Q. Yec Hop & Co.
MEAT MARKET AND IMPORTERS
Telephone No. 3451
Clothing and Shoes
Yee Chan & Co.
Bethel and King Streets.
FINE LINE OF DRY GOODS
WAH YING CHONG
KING STREET EWA TISHMARKET
UirOUTI.ltS OF OlIIKNTAL (lO(II)H
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
til Nuuanu, near King HtreeL
And Cloth of Al Qnnlltr Can lie '
SA NG CHAN
P. 0. Ilox 9SI. Telephone 1711
Japanese Provisions and
NEAR KING STREET
CLOTHES CLEANED and PRESSED
Fort and Pauahl St.. Phone 3029
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Kaplolanl Building Honolulu, f. H,
P. O. Box WW
Watch Us Grow
James Guild Company
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
Collin. Block Telephone 3S91
K. 0. HALL A SON, LTD.
Cor. King und Fort Sts, HONOLULU
llarilnnrc, Paints nnd Oils, Hhlp
chandlery, Htores, Crockerr, Glass
nnre mid Kitchen Utensils t Sporting
(loods, llunn, llevoWers aud Ammuni
tion. P. H. BURNETTE
Commissioner of Deeds for Califor
nia and New York) NOTARY PUB.
LIC Grants Marriage Licenses. Draws
Mortgagee, Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leases, Wills, etc. Attorney for the
District Courts. 70 MERCHANT ST,
HONOLULU, Phone 1346.
G. M. DUNCAN
US Beretanla St, opp. Royal Hawaiian
rs?311l t II
JJ l u
TSjVei ' ""M .
First In circulation-first In tlin
hearts of the people. That's tile II u I
let 1 11 and nh) llullutlu uds par.1'