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EVHNINO DULLETIN, HONOLULU,, IT. T., THURSDAY, JAN. 9, 1902,
E. O. HALL &
Fargo S l Dec 1J After ten
liars of prohibition In this State It
maj be said that nowhere have prohl-(
bltory laws bien more successful!) en-
forceil than hero
l,.-.l.ll.t.l..n .. na nin.ln l.ft rt .1...'
1 UIIIUI11.I.1 UO lll.lt.V J'Ull Jl 1IIU
Constitution by n small popular major
Ity In lfc!9 Out of a total ote of 36,
000 the majorlt) was onl) 1159. Tho
law furnishing means to enforce thg
prolslon was pasped at the next sea
slon of the Legislature.
Along the eastern side of the Stat",
by the lted Illver, In the Bread Bas
ket of the World." us Dakotans proud
ly call It. the people are farmer),
stead) and industrious, and In general,
prohibition laws have received their
support. On the west side of the
Stnte, In the cow counties, the popu
lation has a eowbo) character and pro
hibition has not been so popular. Hut
een there the Enforcement League has
been at work and has accomplished The) sa) It has redured court ox
great things Even Bismarck. th penses and polite coMs has enable I
State tapltnl Is now prohibition. fanners to put nunc ttme and money
This Enforcement League was 03- Into their homes ahd buildings, has Im
tabllshed In the eastern counties when proved the retail business situation In
It was sten that sort of prhate organ- , ever) town In the State b) diverting
Ization was neetled to enforce the law to legitimate channels the sums tint
It has employed detectives and secret
agents to look up ' blind pigs. ' tho
term for Illicit saloons In North Dako
ta. It Is constant!) miking Investiga
tions us to liquor carried b) express
companies In original packages and an
to liquor sold b) drug stores for ' medl
ilnal purpoes ' It has malntatnel
election organizations and has seemed
the election to ollke of men pledge 1
to enforce the laws
Tho eastern part of the State has al
vva)s shown a disposition to comply
with tlit; law, though there huve al
most coutlnuousl) been blind pigs In
Furgo and Oiand Forks, and the "Jig
wagon' has bttn u nourishing Insti
tution In the bordei towns The "Jas
wagon" Is u vehicle run b) the saloon
keepers of Mooiehtad and Eatt (irand
Forks, Minn . for the fue conve)unce
Into Mlniusotn from I'aigo and (irand
l'orks of men with a thirst and for
their free niuuve)ame the thirst vvll
nllacd back to the othei side They
novo done a stead) mid remarkable)
For seveinl jears after the enact
ment of tho 1'iohlbltor) la'w heveinl
towns In the eastcin part of the State,
and these the biggest in .North Dakota
nntiniin.t I.. ..ntn ,,, t ,. i.,
of liquor Proprietors of blllard "t -
loons temperance saloons, coffee halls
arm oiner ptuces wuu sou unnh nnmo-t
but a hard drink reputation, were elth -
cr required to pay a certain amount vented, ho bald, "are tho fad Just
month!) Into the city treasury or wet e.uow Tlle "10 usually very largo
regularly brought before the municipal nml ',en'' Tho BnnKe rlK8
officers nnd flnl l.ntl, mth,,a. iminm M?c,lcd ecs- for "' TlelitB are
In tacit recognition of their business.
Dut when the. county. State or En
forcement League took a notion to 'having their hands full in attending
swoop down nnd gather In tho keepots! to that tiado uovvada)s. Just keep
there was trouble, und when stith men J cur e)es open when )ou rldo In a
as Judge l'ollock were on the bench B,Icet cnr "'"' "0,lc "n' wen
and gave tho limit In the fcentence1"1',1'11"-1 a,ii "u mimbei will
every time the business declined. Uu- I ..f" 9,,,.f" , , ..... ,....
der the slate law any building In which 'the udcgatlon oi tho watch t.mlu tho
liquor selling Is carried on can be Jewellers have a good Held for ilch
closed and abandoned for all bttslnesn ncss und omnte design On fobs )ou
purposes for a tertnlu period, which "'" now "'"l suspended fiom the
means the loss of all revenue to II13 My gold buckles, lockets, tuiqunlscs
owner This law has been a source cf 8,u '" .B!(I ,,nWBj 1uarolllt, l'''" '
strength for the Prohibitionists.
There Is a lemarkablo number oj
START THE NEW YEAR RIGHT
Thn caro of tho eeth Is of the ut
most Importance. Tho man or woman
with poor teeth Is handicapped both In
nppcaranco nnd health impaired di
gestion and lack of nourishment follow
in tho vvako of neglected teeth This
not only applies to you, hut to tho
children as well Sco to it that thn
new year finds )ou well prepatcel with
tho proper materials for tno caro of tho
teeth Oo at once to headquarters, or
to bo moro explicit, Io tno llohron
Drug Co, Ltd Fort and King streets,
ann get a supply of TOOln IlltUSII
KS, with n bottle or
ALOHA TOOTH POWDER
ALOHA TOOTH WASH
unlCFB ou prolcr a tooth paste In
which cato )ou can get n tubo til
ALOHA TOOTH PASTE
That Is nil )ou need fen the perfect
taro of the teeth out the right equip
ment, and )ou can easily sparo tho
fow minutes necessary morning and
evening for the caro of )onr tctth
Our preparations for ttto tetU nro freo
from Injurious substances and kcop
tho teeth white and tno gums healthy
and firm. Try tho ALOHA prepara
tions. You will then uso no other.
HOBRON DRUG COMPANY,
KINO AND FORT.
Choice of tire, saddle and gear. A
Cleveland at $35 It an unusual bar.
gain. They are made of the very best
materials and are Leaders. "BUILT
ON THE SQUARE." .-. .-.
drug stores In North Dakota, anil tin
casual iBltor will be Impressed by
their prosperous appearance. Liquor I
sold for niedlelu.il purposes y the:
The applicant for n dose must ore'
sent an affidavit that ho does need
nudicluc, specif) Ing the particular ail
ment for which he requires It, anl
these a(lhla Its arc filed with tho comi
t authorities Liquor permits are
giunted to drug stores by tho Judge of
"'c district court and he mn rcfuso
II 11 111 I Ml t Ifltl lltinn fllO llftniflllll ,lf fl .,P.
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tain number of residents of tho neigh
borhood Hut there nre tw lee as many
drug stores as tho health of the com
The Knforcoment League has been
digging Into this and has curtailed the
business materially. The actual nmout-t
of liquor sold b) drug stores In this
wa Is, In point of fact, rclatlvel) In
significant. The olllcers of tho Enforcement
League and other leading business men
of the State sn that the Prohibition
law has reduced the amount of money
spent for ill Ink bv 73 per cent, and this
the) estimate means a sating of $2",
000 000 In ten jears.
would have been drunk, and has im
proved the c aracter of tfie population
ami tho agriculture of the region.
A glance at tho conditions along the
two sides of the Itetl rivet gives sup
port to their assertions. On the west
ern bank there arc no saloons and on
the eastern bank thcic arc towns full
of saloons Evoiy Important commun
is on the westirn or Dikotn hank of
the Rul river has Its slum on ;lio
cistern bank In Mliiucf-titu Though the
east side town might be as Importune,
commercial!) and agriculturally as
that on the west, hcre Is not a single
Instance where this Is the case.
Some of tho leading politicians of
the State are anxious for the re-sun-mission
of the prohibition question to
the people The Democratic p-irt) j
looking foi a locul Issue. The Ilepuii
llcans have gone on record as being ,n
favor of no hackwuid step, and the
Democrats think that with a re-stib-mlsslon
plank the) may entry tho
Stnte. It Is not llkel). However, tint
the question will come up this wa)
Avoiding to one N't vv Yolk dealer
Jcwolr) Is wot u much more by men
now titan u )car ago and among some
linn luxury, even to effemliiuc). In this
lJn Imlows Jnnd thoso' of'mhcr
' Jewelleis foi proor of his asseitlon
l Signet rings with crests, ical or In
tt'fo very popuiai.
jne wnoieBaic men who malso a
specialty of badges and buttons ato
diagon's Jaws and Intaglios of bcutitl
lul design All of this woik Is iitudo
flrer than uti) which could bo dune on
a chain without making tho chnlu I00V
heavy and vulgar.''
With nu expression of nmtiBed In
tirest, Neptune laid down tho copy of
it New Orleans newspaper containing
un account of tho ceremonies over tho
arrival of the now drydock, with pic
tures 01 city, stnto and rederal dlgnlta
"Davy Jones," he said to his tllstln
Eulshed confrere, "look up tho record
ol tho chief of the bureau of yaids and
coins, wno 1 see is emblazoned forth
hero In the full uniform of nu admiral
tho only man in the whole push who
wears a uniform.
"Kndlcott, )oti mean? Inquired
' Tlo samo "
"Well," replied Davy, "If we ever
had his naval record, It was lost In tlin
''What' loti mean to say that a mau
togged out in that fashion has no na
val record V"
Davj's only reply was a low heart
less snlikcr Marino Journal .
Send the weekly edition of the Bui
fetln to your friends. Only $1 a year.
KNIGHT8 OF PYTHIA8.
Thero will bo a reception In 1'iog
ress Hall on Thursday evening Janu
nry 9, 1902, at 8 o'clock, to mee.1 Mr
O II. Footers, the Supremo Chancel
lor, and Mrs. O. H Fethois All
KnlEhts nro requested to bo present.
an Invitation Is also extended to their
friends, both ladles and gentlemen.
A, N. HINLXAIH,
Chairman rvcutlvo Committee.
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Monday ,, ,,
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New moon on the 9th at 10.40 a m
Tides from tho United States Coast
nnd Geodetic Survey Tables.
Weather Iltirecan, Punahou, January
9 Temperature Morning minimum,
CO, Midday maximum, 77.
llaromettr nt 9 a .m. 2991 Falling.
Dew Point C1F.
Humidity at 9 a. m. 7E per cent.
Diamond Head Signal Station, Jan
uary 9. Weather clear; wind freih 3.
Wednesday, Jan. 9.
O. N. Co's Kurcka, Weedon, 14 dn)s
Schr, Lad), for Kuolatt ports.
Wednesday, Jan, 9
Str, Lehua, Dower, for windward
Molokal and Maul ports.
Schr. Malolo, Moke, for Koolau
Schr. Twilight, for Haena, Hanalel
Schr. C. L. Woodbury, Harris, for
Schr. Rob Roy, for Pearl Harbor.
Str. Iwalanl, Greene, for Hanalel,
KIcolc, Makewell, Walmea, Keknha nnd
Nilhati, at S p, in.
Str Kcauhou, Mosher, for Honu
apu, at 3 p. in.
Str, W. G Hall. Thompson, for
Maul and Kona ports, at 12 m. (Man
na I.oa's route).
Washington, Dec 22. Cnpt David
P. Lelbhart, superintendent of tho dead
letter ofllvo of the I'ostolllco Dcpnit
ment, Is the recognized Santa Clans of.
the postal scrvko, and (o him thou
sands of letters are now being sent oy
the children of the country at horn
und In tho colonies, expressing tlulr
wishes for Christmas gifts. Capt.
Lelbhart receives each Christmas about
20.000 letters. They como from ul
uiost every town and county lit thy
United Stutes They nro not Intended
foi him peisontilly, but II ud their wa)
to his olllce because the) cannot bo de
livered b) postmen. All these letters
are, as a rule, addressed to Santa
Clans, Noith Pole or the Arctic Re
gions, antl arc written by children an J
mailed by them or their parents bet
furo Christmas begins. Tho postmas
ters where theso letters uro received
stamp on them "address unknown,'
and forward them to the Dead Letter
Olllce, where the superintendent hob it
them for a reasonable time, as tho law
requires, and then orders them tie-
stro)ed Tho letters to hitntn Claim
receive the samo treatment from the
postal authorities that those addressed
to other persons whoso names and
places of resldenco cannot bo located
b) postmen Once every year thero Is
u big tiro of thfso letters, nnd thou
sands sent by )oung people to Santa
Clans are reduced to ashes.
Last )ear the letters reaching IV)
Dead Letter Olllce addressed to Sua'j
Clans numbered 20,000, nnd this )evr
the superintendent expects that this
record will be equalled. It Is fro-u
this source, Capt. Lelbhart sa)s, that
tnoio letters reach his offlco than from
all others combined. TnrJ number of
letters misdirected and with addresses
that cannot bo declpheicd are loss each
year than tho number addressed to
Santa Clans nt the North Pole Just ut
tho present tlmo an Immense number
of packages aro also reaching the Dead
Letter Olllce containing Chrlstm.iu
piesents sent to foreign countries by
people In the I'nlted States, but nover
delivered, for link either of pioper
postage or faulty direction. Many of
these packages Indlcnto that the send
ers think presents may be sent through
tho malls to any foreign country for
tno samo postngo that would bo 10
quired to send them within the United
States Tho packages now ronchln,
the Dead Letter Olllce aro mailed with'
In tho last two or three weeks to for
elgn countries, and nre Just turning up
nnd inter will bo auctioned off In the
annual dead letter sale.
About Christmas time the packagci
containing Christmas gifts which find
their way to the Post OfTIco Depart
ment hero begin to arrive. Fruit cake
Is a favorite gift, apparently, nnd n
number of packages have already
reached tho Dead Letter Offlco for want
of postage. The presents consist of
every conceivable thing, and 1110 11311
ally held nt tho Depnrtment till (ha
following nutumn, when the nnnuaj
dead letter sale Is held In Washington
HAWAIIAN QUINTET CLUB Music
furnished, Tel 384 Mnln
I. M. LONG Rooms 3i-38, Campbell
bldg.; Tol Mala 278.
F. M. BROOK8 Attornoy; rooms 9 10,
uprecxeiB mug ; lei Mam 314.
CARL08 A. LONG Attornoy; 16 Kaa-
humanu St.; toj. isi Main,
A. G. CORREA Attorney at law; B8
Morchant St., next to postofuce; Tel
MCDONALD &. LANOSTON Contract,
ors and Ilultdcrs, Wot Union St
C. A. COWAN 118G Union St., opp.
t'aclflc Club; sundries, etc
PACIFIC VEHICLE & SUPPLY CO.
Klnc cnrrlages, wagons, harness
and wnlps; Ilerctanln near Fort St
THE KASH CO., LTD. Two stores
23 27 Hotel St. and cor Fort & Hotel
COLLECTIONS AND ADJUSTMENT.
H. O. MIDDLEDITCH Mgr; Conv
merclal Law nnd Adjustment Agen
cy, rooms 10 1G Mngnon bid. l'el. 32S,
DR. DERBY Fort and Hotel Sts.; gas
administered; painless extracting.
DR. C. D. HIGH Phlla. Dcntnl Col
lego 92, Masonic Temple; Tel. 314,
DR. Q. W. RAYMOND Room 3, Mott
Smith bldg.; hours 8 a. m. to 4 p. ro,
DR. T. MOTONAOA G Dorotnnla St;
offlco hours 8 a. m. to 4 p. m.
W. L. FLETCHER Importer choice
uress patterns, nno linens, white
gootls, lacca and trimmings, Rich
ards nenr Hotel St.
W. DEAKBANE Card engraving and
stamping; room 2, ita bldg.
E. TAPPAN TANATT Civil and elec
trical engineer; P. O. box 92; offlco
room 3, Sprockets blk.; Tol. 791
llluo; res . 3441 Dltie.
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
Main 58 Main.
. JjH. LOVE, Mflr.
NIEPER'3 BAGGAGE EXPRESS 722
Fort St.; Tel. Wnlto vifcl and Main
C. A. SCHMIEDTE Daggago express
and dra)ago; Tel. Whlto 921.
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 663 Young
Men's Institute, meets every second
and fourth Wednesday In tho month.
J. E. GOEAS llcrctanla near Lmmn
St ; Tel. 2312 Ulue.
S. J. 8ALTER Successor to Salter &
Walty; 712 Fort St, Orphcum blk.;
Tel. G81 Iilue.
F AVCIROS Groceries; Berotanta.
Walklkl of Kmma St.
CITY SHOEING SHOP J W. McDon
nld, Fort St.. opp. Club Stables.
HARNESS AND SADDLERY.
MANFG. HARNESS CO. Corner Fort
nnd King Sts.; Tel. Malh 228, P. O
CALIFORNIA HARNESS SHOP Fort
St., opp. Club Stables; P. O. box 791.
REIS & QUINN King St., near Fort,
Tel 290 Main
HAIRDRESSING AND MANICURING,
MISS M. E. WYNN Richards near
Hotel St.; halrdresslng, Bhnmpoo,
manicuring, Christmas novelties In
Hawaiian curios; 'iol. 621 Dlue.
THOS. LINDSAY Mfg. Jeweler and
watchmaker; 630 Fort St.; Lovo
bldg ; latest In novelties
HAWLEY'S MILLINERY PARLORS
Tho latest in millinery, etc.; Doston
bldg.; Tel. 2G4 Main.
MRS. HANNA Fort St.. next to Love
bldg ; cholto lino of now millinery,
trimmings, etc.; agent for Buttcrlck
PAINTER AND PAPERHANGER.
V. H. POULSEN ralntlng and paper
hanging; Territory Stables, King St.
DR. SLOGGETT Lie. Ear. Noro nnd
Thoat; offlcet Eyo and Kar Infirm
ary, Alakea St. Hours 9 a. m. to
4 p. m.
DR. FRF.D. W. HODGINS nye. L"ar,
Noso and Throat only; offlco Alakea
St.. lately occupied by Dr. Murray;
olTlce hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
DR. JENNIE L. HILDEBRANDE 248
Beretanla Avo.; Tel. Bluo 821.
C. H. BROWN Sanitary plumbing;
Territory Stables. King St.; Tol.
M. G. 8ILVA Agent for real estate
also to grant marriage licenses;
68 Merchant St.; Tel. Main 115.
P. E. R. 8TRAUCH Roal eatato hand
led to best advantage; Iioubcs rent
ed; loans negotiated; houses built
at lowest prices; 32 Campbell block,
316 Fort St.; Tol. Whlto 278.
E. MORIKUCHI 14 Hotel St., nr. Nu
uanu Felt, straw, panama hats
AMY LENNON Stenography nnd
typewriting; 13 Knahumami SL
J. P RODRIGUES Merchnnt Inllor:
722 Fort St , opp. tincltfeld Tilde
GROTE & CRAMER Tailoring nnd
ronnlrlnir. Union, near Hotel St.
ED. A. WILLIAMS Undertaker and
ombalmer; Fort St., opp Club Sta
bles: Tel. 62 Main; res.. 1482 White.
J, W. A. REDHOU8E Watch and
chronometer maker; 79 Merchant St.
iJlidUk t.imia,j?tu jj tt. nftiUfm
This Is our first GREAT SALE of MUSLIN UNDERWEAR and
vvn mean to mnno It tho most wonderful sale of any kind ever held In
Honolulu No words Hint we tonld use would be too strong In de
scribing the splendid values which wo shall offer for tho six dajs of
this sale. The prices, wo honestly believe are the very lowest In tho
world for good goods. And those am good goods Every article In
this salo has been selected with the object In view- of causing every
buyer to become a permanent customer of the house.
Most peoplo know how our sales are conducted. They know that
n WHITNEY & MAR8H SALE ii n sale in fact as well as in nnmc.
They know that tho day before tho sale begins, or tho day after It
ends, they cannot pinchaso any artlclo at tho Bama prlco that pre
vails In the salo. In this Instance, to every piece of underwear which
figuic8 In this salo there has boon pinned a pink ticket bearing the
salo price. If there aro nny garments left at the close of the salo on
Saturday afternoon theso tickets come off and the articles go back to
their original prices. Thero aro two more sales of other articles,
which wo will not now mention, to bo held In the two weeks following
this. In both of theso snlca tho samo policy of extraordinary prices
for the week of tho salo only will bo carried out.
Muslin underwear ia this year daintier than ever before. It Is
made mostly from flno. sheer fabrics, muslin, cimbrlc and lawn, trim
med with pretty Insertion, embroideries and ribbons. The night
gowns usually have low necks nnd short sleeves, with trimming of
ribbon and laco or embroidery and are especially suitable to this cli
mate. Corset covers, chemises, petticoats and drawers nro characterized
by a wealth of variety In st)lo and dalntlnets In trimming.
WHITNEY & MARSH, LIMITED.
Situations unci Help Wanted
Ads in this column will be Inserted
Per line, one Insertion ... 15c
Per line, two Insertions... 25c
Per line, one week ... 30c
Per line, two weeks 40c
Per lint, one month 60c
This Is the cheapest advertising
ever offered the people of Honolulu.
PRACTICAL knowledge of French In
three months. Adtlre-ss Box 040.
MONEY TO LOAN Any amount,
Room 10, Mclntyre blk., King and
JOHN A. HASSINGER Notary Pub
lic, Agent to grant Marrlago LI
censes, etc. Itemovcd to tho olTtces
of Mncfarlanc & Co, Kaahumanu
NOTICE TO BUILDERS Tho Union
Express Co. has WHITE HAND FOR
SALi:. 1543 tf
WANTED To purchase a haln bl
cyclo cheap. Jen's Barber Shop,
King St. 2037-lw
WANTED An experienced girl to do
light housework nnd take caro of In
fant. Address 1. O. box 574, elty.
WANTED To rent chicken ranch or
plnco suitable lor clileuen ranch,
water Kallhi or Monnnltia profer
red. Address A. tl , this ofllco.
WANTED 500 men to shave for 15c.
Jeff's, 43 King St five whlto bar
bers 2011 tf
WmNTED I'rescntablo looking repre
sentatives to canvass plostctana for
a new medical magazine, salary antl
commission. Address Ship, 154
East 72 St, New onc City.
FOR SALE Cheap, furniture for six
room cottage, 523 llcrctanla; priv
ilege of renting. Enquire on prem
rOR SALE Lodging house furnished,
31 rooms house and lot, Kovvalo, 60
MOO. $800. Hous.0 and lot King St,
00x120, $3000, jiart mortgnge, pnrt
ensh. Lenseholu, 20 )tatB, on King
St., nr. Lillba, 77xJ00 Hotiso and
lot Manoa alley, 77x200, $1200. In
quire S. Decker, with W W. Wright,
King, tor. South St. 2035 tf
FOR SALE Old paperB, 10c a bundle.
Apply at this ulnee. . 2U35 tf
FOR SALE Horsoand phaeton; horse
gentle, good under saddle; phaeton
almost new. K. C. II, bulletin.
FOR SALE Oil stoMts, Kern Valley
Oil Co, Occidental Oil Co, Rocke
feller Oil Co. Ji.u- & Co , Ud, 307
Stangcnwald Bldg. 2010-lmo
FOR SALE Lota on Wylllo street,
near cars; 50x100; terms reasona
ble. Apply to Charles Phillips, Mer
chant street. 2018-lmo
FOR SALE Coral rock for filling. Ad
dress XI. M. Duncan, at Bulletin of
8TEAM LAUNCH FOR 8ALE Tho
"Talula." as sho now lies In the har
bor. Sho Is a nearly now boat, la
perfect working order, and has been
of late used In towing at Kahultil
harbor. W. H Pain.
PURE Whlto Leghorn Chickens nnd
Eggs (guaranteed) Samples of
birds at California Feed Co.'s, where
customers may obtain Information.
E C Smith Pearl City 1998 tf
TO LET Double room, nowly furnish
ed, with board, sultahlo for two gen
tlemen or man nnd wife. Apply 732
Klnau St, near Alapal St. 2036-lw
TO LET Two furnished rooms, for
gentlemen 1054 Lunalllo St, oppo
site Everett St.; on car lino; $10
LARGE sunny mosquito proof room,
centrally located, $10 per month. En
quire Pantheon Barber Shop.
Atln. will he Inserted PR Eli.
TO LET A nowly built house, con-
mining uearooms, parlor, dining
room, kitchen, pantry, bathroom and
patent W. C. Matloclc Ave, near
Pllkol St. Enquire of Jos. Frias, at
J. P Itodrlgues, Fort St, opp. Hack
TO LET Furnished housekeeping
rooms OOB Cottago Walk, School
TO LET Three furnished room for
light housekeeping. Address W,
Bulletin office. 2034-lw
TO LET Three rooms, bath, W. C.
and stoie room; centrally located;
rent $10 For Sale Furniture com
plete for housekeeping, $100. Ad
dress H Z A , box C4G, P. O. This
lb a snap; be quick. 2034 tf
Tu LET Modern 0 room houso, off
School near N'uuanu, $15; C room
houso, Insane Asjlum road, $12.50.
tloom 32, Campbell block, 316 Fort.
P. E R. Strauch. 2030 2w
TO LET Residence of J. Cassldy,
Walklkl, furnished, good bathing;
vncant January ICth. Apply Water-
houso & Podmore. Bethel and King.
OFFICES TO LET In tho Collins
Building, King St, near Fort; most
central location; reasonable rent.
TO LET Roomy bath tub. with either
hot or cold water anu all modern
Improvements Call at Silent Bar
ber Shop. 2019 tf
ROOM AND BOARD.
"HELEN'S COURT" Pilvate Hotel,
oil Adams lane lear of Elite build
Ing, mosquito proof Heiman M
Levy manager 2020-lm
THE LOS ANGELES 1523 Fort SL;
newly furnished rooms, mosquito
proof: terms reasonable. 1930 tf
LOST On Saturday afternoon, be
tween Kaplolani Park and Hawaiian
Hotel 31 x 4 Eastman folding cam
era. Finder will please return samo
to office of Hawaiian Hotel and re
echo suitable reward. 2026 tf
FOUND A gold watch at Palama
Owner can obtain samo by nrovlnc
property and pa) Ing for this ad En
quire at Bulletin office. 2039-lvv
London theatrical managers an
mapping out their coronation season
piograms most of which aro to bo es
pecially attractive. It has been sug
gested that ....o playhouses of tho me
trnpolis celebrate coronation day by
giving fiee performnnces Tho French
slntn subsidized theaters make It a
111I0 to open their dodrs to all and sun
dry on national holiday, and tho Lon
don theaters did the same when
Queen Victoria was crowned. Play
piodticlug Is however, moro expensive
In these da)s, and most of tho Lon
don managers echo tho sentiments of
ono of their number who inquired If
theaters weie to bo ireo, why not res
tnuriints, tea shops and public houses;
Among the responses to Inquiries ro
ctlved there was, however, this spirit
ed declaration "I shall, of course,
obey tho King s commands in this mat
ter nnd Join m brother managers to
the fullest extent In the expression ot
my gratitude and liumblo lojalty to
waul His Majest)."
.I0I1 an Kubellk the marvelous Bo
hemian violinist, who Is now creating a
furore in Loudon with his almost mir-
I aeulotis performances In public ard
prlvnte, was born In Mlchle, near
Plague, about twent)-one )cars ago,
nnd had alieady captured the musical
critics of the capital befoio he had
I reached his ninth year Ho studied urf-
der Sevclk. antl soon had learned all
that master could teach him. On his
I appearance In Vienna two )ears ago
I tho press generally declared him the
successor of Paganlnl In London ho
receives $100 for a single performaico
In a drawing room
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