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VBWmo BULUKT1K. BOrTOMTLU, T. H., THUnEDAY, SEPT. 27, 1908,
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The Little Ads with the Big Results
PnKe 8, N3W TO-DAY, for New Ada.
A rooiI nllulili soda water mikor.
Sahry $123 CO tier month. Apply
W. T. Lucas of Ma) & Co. 34DG lw
tioft, clean rngs for tvlplng delicate
machinery, at Httllotln office Ap
uly Cashlpr's desk. 3378 It
l)y Kngllsh graduate nurso to take arc
of.ltixalld or children, would travel.
Address" A. O. 11, S , Ilulletln.
tltie corner lot In Maklkl. Curbing,!
nnicr, icuil. BU'l uruumvumi uc
and nil ImproreinPttts. Two min
utes' walk from cars and Punahou
College. Address It F., this office.,
tiolden sable coltlo pups, nkoly mnik-i
cd, from pedigreed stock, lualci, I
Sir,; females, $10; born Aug. 8th, '
rjOC 11. llornor, l'antillo, Hawaii.
3 194-1 m
Tito old established ' Popular House"!
45 fttrulEhfd rooms. Kent 530. per i
month with 17 j cars' loaso to run I
Call at 1219 Tort street. ZlSGtfl
Tho great Kahuku Ranch, con'alnlng'
184,000 acres, with evcrthlDg ox
ecpt ray grip sack. Apply Col. 8. 1
Norrls. 340S tf
:o.000 Inar-old sisal plants In nur
sery at Palolo. Inquire 1. A '
Cooke, Mtlntjro ltldg. 3403 1m
Sqmlia In any quantity. Kalmukl
Hclrchts 'am. 3472-tf
"f-or Kent" cams on Ml ai
the Bulletin office.
For a nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion shop, 1111 Kort St
Pictures artistically framed. Artists'
materials for oalo. Paclllc Picture
Training Co, 10j0 N'liuami St.
Mr. Jas. Sheridan, planeforte tuner.
All orders should bo left at tho Ha
waiian Kens Co, Young bldg. Phono
201 or Cottago No. 1. Haalelca Lawn.
For house-help, phone White 2P91, Ma
klkl. General Employment Office,
ror. Pensacola and Herrtnnla.
Everything for the &
office and every line fj
just a little bit cheap- !j
lerjhan the other
; fellow sells it.
ft Specialty Co. .'
PHONE MAIN 285.
By Young Japanese school
girl. Wages no object.
By Young Japanese ichool
Japanese Hotels linkn
KING and MAUNAKEA,
GENERAL EMPLOYMENT OFFICE,
cor. Emma and Beretanla Sts. Japan
ese and Chlpeso Laborers Supplied,
Contract Work of Every Kind Under
taken. Telephone Blue 2181,
K, FUJITA & CO.
FANCY BAMBOO ARTICLES MADE
Workmanship First class.
NUUANU OPP08ITE KUKUI 8T.
Tho Weekly Kdltlou of the Evening
UUIICttn ftivcy a rcmipieiu iwnuuury ut
the iiews of tho diy. For SI "
Cool, inopiiMlto-proof room. 7S3 Ilore
inula St.; Tel. Ditto loll. 34b" tf
Cool roonn, hot and cold water, elec
tric lights, Kliowcr and bath, at The
.Majestic, Sachs block. ZtCC'J
Cottage and housekeeping rooms, fur-
ttlshrd, at Cottage Oroc, liiqttlro
No g. 34S9 tr
Cottages in Chrlstly I.nno. Apply
Wong KwjI, Smith St, mauka Hotel,
2 furnished front rooms at 1223 Era
ma Bt.i rent reasonable . 3401-lf
Newly furnished mosquito proof rooms.
at 81 Vlnejard St. 3723-tl
W. T. RAWLINS, ATTORNEY AND
COUNSELLOR-AT-LAW, EU2 8TAN
A. J. DERBY, D. D. 8.
BOSTON BUILDING, THIRD FLOOR.
i i , .. .m i'himihiii
The DUSKI&SQ MAN'S HANDY IN
OCX, published In the Saturday Bulle
tin a-d the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise and complete resume of all le
(jr.l notices, calls for tenders, judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
7fJ per month. Weekly Oftlletln,
SI per year.
Tho Weekly Edition of tho Evening
nt.lletln gives n compicto summitry ol
tne news of tho day Far SI a year.
Weekly Bulletin SI per year.
See Hattlncs for repairs of Locks,
Keys, Music Iioxs, Snarpcmnc ol
1'ln.i Cutlery. Rear Union Grill
MONEY TO LOAN.
Money to loan on first mortgage of
real cstato ona to threo soars, mon
ey loaned on slocks, bonds and other
first-class securities, for imo year or
less. Terms rcnsonablo hut llrs'
class security required. Apply to
OCO. A. DAVIS, Trustee, Room 21.
Campbell Hloclc. 3192-lm
On Jewelry and merchandise Hawaii
an Pawn Co. Nuttatiti near King.
Umbrellas re-covered and brass pol
ished. Takatn. 1281 Port St.
p.' Mit w;i Wtw i !'
t. .jits .i.'.ji.'.jiunj'.ti'.,''.
Tablets for social correspon
dence Is tho popular form for
high grades of paper. High
land Linen Is used by the
elite everywhere. The new
tablets are In large size and
the paper fo,ds twi to fit In
the oblong style of envelope.
Blue or White.
i Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.,
X ALEX. YOUNQ BUILDING
If ysu want first class work
manship at a low price, call at
repair department of
Sctiuman Carriage Go,
QUEEN 6T. NEAR FORT.
THE METROSTYLE PIANOLA
plays the latest song hits and dance
tunco, as well as selections from its
cxhauitlcss classical repertory. Sold
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO.
ODD FELLOWS BLDQ.
Uftdktt. VI I Uttti t tin natural
U9it3u1 Ci .lUrliarerM inflaiumiiti jlii.
not Ij (rti.urt. ..,; .. .: . . .. ... :
. . . irniaiiiu ii iiivitibiimu
Oi iMiiQi.iiicHfio ,, llU a t MlrlL.
AhO.Hitip,a tVAjBzt it cr m -u .u.
l'.b.A Uja Ntlltl ! IIIIIU3I!.
Is kept on file at E.
C. OAKE'S ADVER-
I.T I S I N Q AQENCY,
124 Oanome St., 8an Francisco, Cl.,
where contracts for advertising can
be made for IL
The Centinl Improvement Commit
too met last night, but outside of nil In.
tcrcstlng stntcment on tho billboard
situation by Chas. Krazlcr, nothing
important was done.
Thote present were 11. 1. Spalding In
the chair, Secretary Wood, Geo. P
Thlelnn, Prof. Ingnlls, i'ostmastpr
Pratt, l)alil llattghs, Chief Justice
l'rcar and Cltis. 1'iatler. At 8'1S the
meeting was ( ailed to order by Mr
'Ibc chnlr read n letter from the De
partment of Public Works tttatlng that
It was anxious to lmproc tho gm em
inent lot near the Judiciary building
piomlMiiR to Improve lit looks by
ircctlng a fen re nnd planting grass.
Mr. Hojincr of the Imptovcmcnt Ad
visory Hoard, promised lo bring be
foie the Hoard suggestions for the im
!roement of tho Queen Kmma place.
The Uoard of Sttpcivleors wrote
thtottgh County Clerk Knlauokalanl,
promising to fix up the Pukaki hill
Spalding said he had himself seen that
goo I work was done on tho bill. When
this was (orntiletrd tlieie would bo n
mactdam load from Honolulu to the
llwn couit house, with the exception
of a small loop at Kalawao, where a
ibittige of the line of the toad was
contemplated. Kund Improvement was
also being tarried on on the other side
of tho 12wa lo'tttboutc Spalding sug
gested that it be further recommend
ed to the SupenUor.i that the Nutmuu
load from tho pall to the reservoir be
reptllcd, Ob the tup dressing was worn
away. Such it motion was made and
Spalding nlro suggested that the
Supervisors he nil.cd to rcpilr Vlne
jard street between Kmiua and Port
A n.otlou to this effect lariled.
lngalts said that while tho Walalae
road aa being ri paired thcro was a
plaic near the Mollllll church which
should be rcpilrcd.
Thlelan said that the piece nf Here
tanlu uttcct going from Punchbuwl to
Mollllll was also bad. It was decided
to tall this matter also to the atten
tion of tho Supervisors.
Pratt said that witter fiom Ihc sew
ir Hooded Nutianu street nrar School
Ho mado a lengthy speech about It. It
was decided to pass this up to the
Supervisors at jo.
A letter front tho Hoard of Supervis
ors stated that tho request for .tore
lights on tho lleach road had been re
ferred to tho Commlttco uu Public Im
pi ov omenta.
Mr. Grimth wrote that tho Pcderal
Lulldlng alio should bo taken up and
suggestions made regarding It In con
nection with tho Robinson report.
Spalding thought it would bo inadvis
able for tlie tommlltco to etlr up con
troversy icgarding the different rites,
which had been offered. It would le
mmST O SHINE or
NtRCT! BUT TMIJi
HV, THE. IM,,
jfj THEBE 1 NO
ji VM GOINC. TO J"rc.A.l. rToT THU' AUTO,
I MU.'T HAVE. A
fcK NE Qfe- l t WILt BE ARRGVTEP.
best to leave that to tho federal au
Pratt said lie did not want in any,
vvny to stand lommltted to any rccom.
mnnilollnn rv..v.1lnt. Llltta III. tmivint
that Hrlmths' letter bo received ami ( flQ"fl0 "flOef
placed on 111c. Carried. a
the Planter' Association on Wilder wth ,ho corg 0, tll(J ASvcrt,,cr to
avenue had been placed In satisfactory lnake ,t a,)rcar tlmt hs offlco !g cn.
condition. ' tanrlcil In n mesh of red tape that the
Chas. Krazlcr of the Pioneer Advcr- police patrol wagon will not respond
Using Co. reported that he would move to a call without come clerk asking a
the famous Helnx pickle sign from the lot of unneecswry and Irrelevant qua
Walklkl load. Spalding said he had "on. Referring to the story published
Informed Kra-lcr that the committee ln Xrday mornings issue of the
was especially opposed to signs on the "d1n..inper' Hhetitt ,,row" 6al"
i otitcs used by tourists, as King street, .., nm tfy much .pr8C(l a, the
for Instance. Prailcr bad told blm wlolc lhngi Thcte lt no groum f
that while this wbb n business proposl- (iny such complaint. When Mr. Paris
Hon. nnd tcsirded ns such, bis only called tin Tuesday afternoon, 1 an-
alm was lo please, and he would re-
movo all signs from the Walklkl road,
He had also promised to remove the
Gunst-nnkln sign on iDMiuaau m
Blgn on King street. Frailer said the
lady who had complained of me inucr ,.llu Iinlcc wngon g nol niwl.
sign had promlted to pay for Its ic- nncc, but a patrol wagon,. Occaslon
movnl, which would be attended to ally no iifc it as an ambulance In cac
forthwith. of emergcnc). Hut we do not care to
.qmit.llnir m-iilo Innulrv nbout the end It out on nnv Irresponsible call,
signs on tho corner of Knlakaua nve-
mteand King street. Prailer sahl they,
were originally put up by David '-
rencc. trailer nan taken mom ovci.j
but had made them prettier. Ho puld
a high rental on this ptoperty and what for. Tell mo what has hipifcncd.'
could not remove the Blgns nt present I "'1 don't want any more talk,' said
The removal of tho Ounst-IJakln sign Mr. Pari. 'You scntl thut wagon up
lint cost Trailer money out of his own tR'"t now. Then ho hung up tlto
poekct. Ho could not do that kind ofl1"""- A few minutes later ho called
thine ..fleii Bllll ni lonit ns ho was In u' aKal" to n,,t wllctllcr "10 nu,n
tiling often, still ns long as no was in ,lIu) b(c, Mnt am, j toW hm int t
the business he would strive to please. ,,,, Thcro ttasnt nncccssary
Signs rould not he confined to the bus- (eayt
Inev8 section only. Signs hunched "As to the other case referred to, 1
within n smali spaco lost much of tlulr think It would be well if tho Advcr
effect. l'razler said he was very sen- tlscr would remember each day what
sltlvo and often felt like throwing the It printed tho day before. It was tho
business up. but this ho did not think, fa man named John Krcllos. I lie
......i.i 1..1.. ..iinru .,,,,1, Advertiser publ shod a story about n
would help mailers much , epileptic fit being compelled
The committee spoke i highly of Hnx- t c out 8 gl(,cnil,k",n ,' sun
Icrs generoMtj and rhlelau suggest- for tclUy minutes waiting for the
cd tendering him a voto cf thanks. I patrol wagon to come.
Sp tiding made a few remarks as tc, "The truth of the matter is that tho
tho way the Impiovcmrnt idea hatl officer found tho fellow llng on thu
taken hold, but called attention to the sidewalk and ptomptly telephoned for
fact that Ucrctonla street had not Ink- ho wagon. The clerk replied that tho
It up. A club should he tzitolSR&:
' .. .... , ., i, Tho officer walled a short tlmo In hopes
Ingnlls wanted telephone nnd llgl t tllat lll0 ttHKOn mgllt Bll(iw ,,, a,
loirs li tinted dull green. Ho moved wj, t ,(i oti 10 wnlkcd tho mnn
that the various corporations owning down lo the station. The fellow wna
.such ikiIcs be asked to paint them dull simply drunk, and thu next morning
grC(:I1, I pleaded guilty In police court to
, , , I drunkenness. Tho Advertiser ndmll-
Uome, Scpu S.-!leccnt experiments CI' ? mc," ll,, "0)tVlaJ ,',lt, """
' ' forgets that and goes back to tho same
ly meuirni experts nave tiisciusun mu
fact that the lncrettc In consumption
and contusions diseases of a Blmllar
character Is dt'o to files, Just ns the
spread of malaria Is duo to certain
kinds of mosquitoes. It Is planned to
kll II Ins by moann of Inoculated dis
eases, nnd It has nlso been suggested
that money prlies bo given for des
trojlng a ccjtttln quantity. It such a
law Is passed and tho killing of files U
cncouiagcil In other ways. It Is said by
enthusiastic advocates of the poltt-y
that-fllcs will be extinct within u car.
GOVE li SETTING W"T HtRC AN AUTOMOOUUBUC
HCVY. WOMDLR. tHO l-Orf-T IT.
v- wtM&jMiuwniwrtwmww mnMUMUiU "bK'
Brown Replies To
tvvercd tho 'pltonc royeclf. Mr. Pails
evidently did not recognize my volee,
nlthougli 1 knew him. He made no
,- ,,,, ,, hcro right
n , .
o nsked Mr. Paris what was the
. Never myXA-
nc;o rht nvvay'
.. .,,,1(. j ,,, ,wo ,,on-t nnl ,0 ecnd
.ilc wacon anywhere without know lug
old story of n man In an epileptic lit.
"These nie the facts in both cased,
nnd I nm surprised that tho morning
paper should tnako such a bad break. '
lly a police order now In operation
In Paris, laundries must disinfect nil
garments iih noon as they nrerccclved
Clolhci must be conveyed to tho laun
dries In hermetically scaled bags, nnd
on their nrrlval bo scalded In an nntl
fccptlc solution. Tho workpeople are
to wear special clothes, which also u:c
to be disinfected.
Fine Job Printing; at the Bulletin.
. - .
No candy that ever came to
Honolulu can compare with
It Is tlmply delicious and
Assorted Chocolates, As
sorted Bon-Bons and Choco
lates and Marthmallows
50J PER LB.
We also have a new lot of
Calllers' Swiss Milk Choco
late and Ghirardelll't Choco
Henry May & Go.
22 Telephone 22
.-THE COBWEB CAFE,
QUEEN and ALAKEA STS,
. sat A I t
WINEB, LIQUORS, I
AND BEER. I
TEL. MAIN 4BZ.
s-Csirara i. Co., Praps.-1
manufactured from pure distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
0AIIU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone Blue 3151.
ALWAYS ON HAND.
on your meals by purchasing one of
our $0 00 commutation lunch tickets
STAR OYSTER HOUSE.
FORT 8TREET NEAR HOTEL.
THE IDEAL AMERICAN DRINt .
Delicious; Wholesome; Pure;
HAWAIIAN 80DA WORKS.
Sole Agenta, Phone Blue 187V
Tnat ill men'a palates are plraud
with the fare served by the
Corner HOTEL and BETHfL 8T8.
OF BREAD, CAKES. COOKIES, ETC,
EVERY DAY AT THE
PERFECTION HOME BAKERY
WHILE IT LASTS, GOOD
Quava Jelly, 6c a Lb.
FACTORY HOTEL 8TREET
'PHONE BLUE 1411.
Best Meal In Town
on HOTEL ST. near NUUANU
OPEN ALL NIQHT.
T. Oda, Manager
PHONE MAIN 469.
French and Milk Bread
A SPECIALTY. ALL KINDS Q'
OPPOSITE CLUB STABLES.
TEL. MAIN 197.
FRESH FLOWER AND VEOETACLC
8EED8 FOR SALE:
Mrs. E. M. Taylor
TEL. MAIN SS9.
Do your clothes need look
ing after? If to, leave them
HOTEL NEAR FORT.
OF ALL KINDS.
Dealers In Lumber and Car-'
ALLEN & ''OBINSON,
QUEEN ST., t: t: HONOLULU
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER
PAINTING, PAPER HANOINO AN-HOUSE-MOyiNG.
1335 Nuuanu St, below Honolulu Hottt
ESTABLISHED IN 1SS3.
tilshop & Co.
BANKERS. .... ..al
Commercial and Trnvelcrs
t .tiers of Credit issued on
il Bank of California and
v. M. Rothschild & Sons
merican Express Company
jnd Thos. Cook & Son.
Interest allowed on term
and Savings Bank Deposits. ,
lUcis Spreekela. i Wm. O. Irwin.
Claas Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU, I I : T. H, 'J
San Francisco Agents The Ho
rad Nntloncl Dank of Run Francisco.
Brow Exchange on the Nevada Nt
looal Dank of Ban Francisco.
London Tbe Union of J-ondon and
Snltli'a Ikuik, Ltd.
New York American Kichange Na
CKtcaoo Corn Exchanje National
Forte Credit Lyonnata.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hong-kaafi-auoRKhaJ
Hew Zealand and Australia U.ink
e Kew Kcalantl and Bank of Anstra-
..Victoria and Vancouver Bank of
Britiih North America.
Desarlu rcccdvcd. Loans made on
awoTOd Bocnrlty. Commercial and
Travelers' Credits Issuod. Dlllc of Ri
ckanpe bonsht and sold.
CcUectJona Promptly Accounted Foft
AND TRUST CO.
F HAWAII, LTD.
SUBSCRIBED CAPITAL.. .SJOOOOOuSI
PAID UP CAPITAL 100,00O0Q
PrweMent Cecil Brown
Vice Preotdsnt M. p. Robinson
CMhlox La T. Poon
CMea: Corner fort and Kln Sts.
SAVtNaS DEPOSITS recolTOd and
laterent allowod lor yearly depeaMa at
Ik tata of 41-1 per cent, per annum.
Sale aad regulaileaa fitlabd a
The Yokohama Sptcie Bank, u-
Capital Subscribed Ten 24.000.nM
Capital Paid Up Yen lSOOO.nuO
Reserved Fund Yen 9.91U.U00
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
BRANCH AGENCIES Ilombuy,
llongkonB, Honolulu, Kobe. 1-onilun,
Lyons, Nagasaki, Nowchwan. New
7ork, I'eklng, San lYanclsco, Shanr
hal, Tientsin, Tok'lo, Osaka.
Tho bank buys and recelvea for col
lection Bills rt Exchange, laanea
Drafts and I.et'.etJ or Credit and trans
acts a general banl-ing business.
HONOLULU BRANCH, 67 KINO ST.
Catton, Neill & Co.,
ENGINEERS AND MACHINISTS,
QUEEN and RICHARDS STS.
Boilers re-tubed with charcoal Iroi
or steel tubes; general sKp work.
Office, 248 QUEEN ST., HONOLULU.
Cotton Bros &Co
Plana and estimates furnished for
ill dailies rontraotlng work.
TEL. MAIN MB.
ROOM 300, BOSTON BLK., Honolulu.
William T. Paty,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
ALAKEA 81 REET.
All etatset of Building Work
promptly and carefully executed.
Offlca 'Photic Blue 1801.
Rssldencs 'Phone Bluo 2332,
make good presents
for your friends. Best
selection In town at
The Island Curio Co,
Elite Bldg., Hotel St.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS .
Improved and Modern 8UGAR MA
CHINCRY of every capacity and de
icrlptlon made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purpose a specialty. Particular aUen.
tlon paid to JOB WORK, and repairs
executed at shortest notlcs.