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For the Fleet Week: You Should
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We have the largest assortment of Beautiful Trimmings for
DUNN'S HAT SHOP,
PIANO AND ORGAN,
Tas. Sheridan, Hotel and Alakea Sts.,
or Huwallnu News Co. Piano mid
Organs tuned nnd repaired. Also a
tine assortment ot second-hand pi
anos, organs, nnd Aeolian organs
for sale. Come and see them.
Woven Wire Mattresses reoaired at
tho Factory Honolulu Wire Bed
Co., 1260 Alapal St. Telephone
Vee Sing Ket Plumber and Tinsmith,
Smith BL. bit. Hotel and Pauaht
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
We have several applicants who
want to buy houses in Makiki with
two or three bedrooms. Above Wil
der Avenue preferred.
If yours is for sale we may be able
to do something for you.
924 BETHEL STREET.
Trust Co. Ltd.
924 Bethel Street,
137 MERCHANT STREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
IN XAPIOLANI PARK ADDITION
and other desirable localities.
For Sale at a Bargain Premises
at Hauula on the beach, a two-story
house and furniture, at a bargain.
Fresh, wholesome, and of every
variety at ,
Berctania, Al&kea, and Union.
Bulletin Business Ofllce Phone 258.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185,
A BEAUTIFUL HAT
.We have the Most Beautiful Hats in town
have the most Moderately-Priced Hats and Trimmings
We have tine most facilities for Trimming your Hat as you want It and Quickly "Dunn"
L. de L. Ward, Accountant, has re
opened his office on Fort street,
above the Hawaii Photo and Art
Shinshinya Hotel. A. Oura, Met., Iwi-
lcl ltd. nr. King; Phone 473.
For house-help, phone White 2891, Ma
klkl. General Employment Ofllce,
1 rnr. Peluncnia n.nn Deretanla.
Umbrellas made and re-covered.
Mlzuta, Fort near Kukul.
BULLETIN AD8. PAY
P. L. PETERS
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale importer and Jobber
AMERICAN DRY CJOOOt
ORT and GUCEN flTH
manufactured from wire distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any part of city by
OAMJ ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone tit
BOOT and SHOE MANUFACTURER
By the Latest Improved Machines,
Men's soles, 73 cents (sewed; ;
Men's Heels, "3 cents.
BtpaitinR Neatly Done,
Corner King aid River Sts.
Sanitary Steam Laundry
Branch: TERRITORIAL MES5EN-
GER SERVICE. PHONE 301
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Queen Street :: :: :: Honolulu.
At AU Watohdenlen.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KING Sts., Honolulu
AND OTHER PIANOS.
THAYER PIANO CO.
ICC HOTEL, STREET.
IF YOU WANT TO HAVE IT THAT
That's the point you can have
just whatever you prefer in
from our LARGE STOCK.
You may select one design for the
whole house and vary the finish, ox
you may have every floor or every
177 S. KINO ST. PHONE 775.
Believe in Lucky Numbers.
WE BELIEVE IN
Naturally! We know more abeut
PAINT than nnythine else. The
PAINT wc use is rela PAINT and put
on as .Taint should be. We can with
pride point out to you the houses
painted by us.
Ui KING ST.
Lucky Signs S-S-Signs.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de-
tenpuon made to order. Holier worn
and RIVETED TIFES for irrigation
inrposcs n specialty. Particular at
ention paid to JOB WORK, and re
pairs executed at shortest nonce.
HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO., LTD,
Dealers in FERTILIZERS suitable
for all crops, climatic and soil con
ditions. OFFICE Brewer Building, Hono
lulu; Tel. 872.
FACTORY at Iwileij Tel. 430.
R. MIYATA & CO.,
CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS, PAIN
TERS, PAPER HANGERS and
Beoond Hand Lumber, Doors and
Sashes Bought and Sold.
MHO ST., PALAMA JUNCTlUfl.
IRK editorial rooms 2Kfi
nes office. These arc the new tel
ephone numbers of the Bulletin office.
mBsV1sH "vwv'siiiiiiiiiH W
HONOLTTLTJ, T. H MONDAY, JULY
ARE WELL DINED
Commercial Club Host
At Dinner Honoring
Newspapermen representing tho
pick of the largest and best papers
unci press associations In the world,
n well as members of' tho local press
and prominent men of Honolulu, were
entertained last Saturday evening at
oiio of tlio most successful dinners
ever ulvcn nt tliu Commercial (Jlub. It
was "Booster Dinner No. 2," and wus.orntor of tho "bunch" by his brollior
n frnniilnn Bii.nna. lit Ihn wnv nt t ' fWt.nrrfettimnil(ntff. toltl llOW WlSOlV
"booster" from tho time tho first. nnd well Honolulu had planned ami
course was served until the last was carrying out the entertainment
speaker had boen heard. plans for thu, officers .and men while
AH of. tho newspapermen, tho. visit- j they aro hew. Official .calls. and form.
ors and local representatives,' were ul visits are bug-bears to the young
touted ut u long table running down
tho center of tho room, (leorgo V.
Smith, president of tlio Commercial
Club, sat at tho head of tho table, and
W. 11. Farrington, toastmaster, was
placed at tho other end. Franklin
Matthews, representing the Laffln
News Association, nnd II. 11. Patchln
of tho Now York World, wero seated
on each sldo of President Smith, while
at tho other end. on either sldo of
Tonstmastcr V.- 11. Farrington, were
II. I.. Clotworthy of the United Press
Association, and Iloynl I). Mead of
tho Planters' Monthly.
following tho dinner, Qeorgo W.
Smith arose nnd Introduced Mr. Far
rington us tho toastma8ter of the
evening. He also proposed a silent
toast to the President of the United
States, which wns drunk standing. H.
L. Clotworthy of the United Press As
sociation was called upon flrBt to
tpeak by Toastmaster Farrington.
Mr. Clotworthy stated that ho had
been here ten years ago, und since
that tlmo It had always been his hope
to onco moro visit theso Islands, nnd,
now that this ambition has .been
arhloved, It will ho his earnest doslro
that he bo onahlcdto onco ugaln In tlio
lutuio innko u visit hero. When Mr!
Clotworthy said that "Honolulu just
reaches out her voluptuous arms nnd
gathers tho stranger In cries of
Hear! Heart" resounded through.
tho largo hall. .Mr. Clotworthy mado
some very oxcclloiit und seuslblq ru;
ninrks apropos the growth to come of
tho inorchant marlno In the. Pacific
Ocenu, and said thac ho hoped, In. tlmo
to not only seo Penrl Hurbor filled
with Undo Sam's fighting machines
but also Honolulu harbor gleaming
with tho sallB of hundreds of merchant
ships Hying tho ring of the nation.
Franklin Matthews, representing tho
I.nflln Nows Association and tho Now.
York Sun, a man grown gray In the
news-gathering service, on ono of the.
acknowledged best papers or tho
world, filled with experiences -and cap-
bio of telling them In the clearest
manner, was tlio noxt man called tip;'
on, by Toastmaster Farrington, who,
In Introducing him, gave u short par
ablo to lllustrato tho fact that Just as
"Tho clothes do not make tho man,"
neither do tho "lints In tho Desks
make tho Nownpnpor," tho Sun offlco
desks being fanioiiB for tho number-
of rodents hidden uway In their dark.
untouched and unbothcrcd compart-,
ments. Mr. Matthews told In a humi
orous manner the story of tho trip
rrom iiamniou uonus on around tno
Horn, how ho nnd Patchln wero tho
only survivors, us It wero, of tho orig
inal nowspapormen who sturtcd out
with tho Armuda, and how tho others
had dropped ny tho wayside on tno
trip mound. In pnsslng, Mr. Mutthows
paid. a high compliment to two famous
Mid iiiiioIiiIIrcushoiI writers, Frederick
I'uliiier nnd Mr. Iteuterdahl, und said
tliiiCuo inpattor what the tatter had
written In criticism of the Dulled
States Navy hud been written because
Iteuterdahl believed It through und
through. That Mr. Matthews Is n
20, 1908,.- :"
spellbinder In his way no ono who
heard his speech will deny, for when
ho spoke first of tho lingering, .haunt
ing sweetness of tho Hawaiian music,
and especially "Aloha Oe," and "Old
Plantation," and then led on Into a
raro hcnrl-to-hcart talk about Hawaii,
there was not tho least bit of dis
turbing nolso In tho whole room, so
deep was tho attention paid. "Hawaii
Is tho choicest Integral part of the
country, It Is tho choicest part, of
God's footstool," ho said, and It sound
ed, decidedly as 11 ha meant It. He
gardlng tho trip ot tho fleet around
front Atlantic to Pacific shores, Mr.
Matthews said that neither he nor any
ono clso knew the reason for It, but
from his personal viewpoint, tho view
point of a man whoso business .It Is
to study out .and fathom mysteries ot
this sort, It was moroly a "visit of
peace; of pcaco compelling peace."
R. H. Patchln. of the Now York Her-
old, who had been designated as tho
officers of tho fleet, for they often in;
tcrfcrc with the pleasure that tho
man has already arranged for him'
self. He also described how pleased
the ofllcers wero in Honolulu when
they discovered how they had been
left to provide their own amusement
to n great degrco In Honolulu, and
ho said Hint they seemed to havo
found plenty of It here.
Charles L. Rhodes, local represen
tative ot tho Associated Press, spokq
of the pleasure It gave tho men on thq
Honolulu papers to welcome .to tins
city representatives of the greatest
American nnd. world newspapers. Ho
briefly sketched tho development ot thq
local press. This concluded thq
speech-making, after which tho visit
ors wero given a most unlquo und In
teresting treat In the playing of anc
lent Hawaiian musical Instruments by
an old knmaalnn, Eona, by name, who
was entirely In accord with his In
struments. Present at tho dinner
woro Charles I.. Rhodes, of tho Adver
tiser und Associated Press; W, J.
Cooper, of tho Promotion Commit
tee's, news service; 8. Shoba. of tho
Hawaii Shlnpo; II. W. Kinney, of tno
Evenlne Bulletin: T. Onodcra. of tho
Dally Japanese Chronicle.; w, v. bai
In. of tho Huwallan Star; F, 11. Mooro
of tho Evening llulletln; Tuck I.eo, of
tho Sun Chung Kwock Ho. nnu u ,
Conncss, ot tho Hawaiian Star. On
tho left of President Smith wero
r.eoruo F. Hcnrhall. of tho Hawaiian
Star: T.' Dart Wnlkor., of Leslie's
Weukiv nnd tho Illustrated London
Ncwb; Ho Von, of tho Man Sang Ynt
Po; V, Soga, of tho Nlppu JIJI; C. C,
Albright, of tho Evening llulletln; J.
W. W. Browstcr, of tlio Hawaiian
Star; William Langton, of tho Par.v
dlue ot tho, Pacific; Daniel Logan, ot
tho Hawaiian Star, und Charles It.
Frailer, of tho United PrcBS Associa
Tho following was tho menu Bcrvcd
under Chef Sullivan's directions:
California Oyster Cocktail
Consonimo n.la Troplquo
Celery eii Ilraucho .
Fried Filet of Pond Mullet, Tnrtaro
Cucumbers. Pnntmcs Saratoga
CdlVcs' Sweetbreads mix Champignons
Stuhod Turkoy, Cranberry Sauco
Cauliflower. Cream Sauco
Alligator Pear Salad
Fresh Strawberry Ice Cream
Assorted Fruits ' Mixed Nuts
Swiss, American and Sierra Cliecso
Harrison Block, Fort Street
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2 1-2 acre of land and modern house.
Fine poultry farm; reasonable. Ad
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WING CHONG CO
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
in Furniture Mattresses,
All kinds of K0A and
FURNITURE Made To
FOR sale; '
FOUR .'COOKER SPANIELS. Thor
ouhbred puppies; can be seen at tho
Veterinary Inflrmary of j
A. R. Rowat, D.V.S.
Yon Want'Elecbio Wiring Done or
Private Telephone Installed or Dry
Batteries,' call tthe
UNION, ELTCTRI0 CO.,
69 Beretania-St. Phone 315.
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The. most popular
place in town.
The fashion Saloon,
Hotel St. near Fort.
lack Scully. Jack Roberts.