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EVENtNO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., TIltfllSDAY, AUO. 20, lOOS.
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BUSINESS DIRECTORY
REPAIRING.
Woven Wire Mattresses repaired at
tho Factory Honolulu Wire nod
Co., 1250 Alnpnt St. Tolcphone
G3G. 3915-tf
UMBRELLAS.
Umbrellas made and re-covered.
Mlzutn, Fort near Knkul.
PLUMBING.
Yce Sing Kee-Plumbcr and Tinsmith,
Smith St., bet. Hotel mid Iniiaht.
OSTEOPATHY.
Dr. F. Schurman.-
12CS Young St.
I ' ' '
-Hours 5-7 p. m
4083
mtSKSZT &: " - in.
Completely
Furnished House
For Rent
Punahou District. 1714 Anapunl
St. Interior finished in wood. Com-;
pletely furnished; crockery, linen,
cutlery, piano, and sewing machine.
. This is one of the best for-rcnt
houses in Honolulu.
Possession immediately.
r
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
924 Bethel Street,
Some People
Delicvft in Lucky Numbers.
WE BELIEVE IN
PAINT
Naturally I We know more about
PAINT than anything else. The
PAINT we use is rela PAINT and put
on as Paint should be. We can with
pride point out to you the houses
painted by us.
PHONE 42G.
Stanley Stephenson,
12, KING ST.
Lucky Signs S-S-Signs.
For
Mxa.Wirislaw,8
Soothint Svrnn
bs taen uicrt for over 61XIV
YBAII8 by MILLIONS ot Mothers
...W5f. Jm, .IT
SuwiJ!!:7"10.VsM'-i', bWaiSNB
inv UUJ19, AliLAYa nil n
CURES W3.D COMC, ana ii
pain,
bettremedyforDIAKKIlUiA. Bold
by DruEgUU la every part ot tha
world. Uo aura and aak for lira.
ino
Wlnalo'
SooUiIng-Srnipand taLo
do other klao.
a cctm a jwrue.
AHOIdindWttedRtRMA
Sanitary Steam Laundry
PHONE 71.
Branch: TERRITORIAL MESSEN
PER SERVICE. PHONE 301.
BUILDING MATERIAL
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Queen Street :: :: :: Honolulu.
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers
EUROPEAN AND
AMERICAN DRY GOOD8,
FORT and QUEEN STS.
Stein-way
THAYER PIANO CO,
ICC HOTEL. BTRKET.
1'hone .18.
TUNINQ OlMKANTEKD.
PIANO AND ORGAN.
'James
Sheridan Pianoforte Maker
nnu Tuner. Cornor-Alakea nnd Ho
tel Sts. or Hawaiian News Co. For
sale, very cheap, slightly used, full
Grand Decker Flnno, Aeolian Or
'gnns nnd Upright Pianos, gunrnn
teed.
EMPLOYMENT BUREAV.
For house-help, phone White 2891,
Mnklkl. Ooncrnl Employment Of
fice, cor. Petisacola nnd Ilcrctanla.
Shinshinya Hotel, A. Oura, Mgr., Iwi
lei ltd. nr. King; Phono 473.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 258.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 18S.
Meats
Fresh, wholesome, and of every
I variety at
THE PARAGON
Berctania, Alakea, and Union.
Phone 104.
Sweet Violet Butter
The Best Made.
2 Lbs. for 75c
C. Q. YEE HOP & CO.,
TELEPHONE 251.
Kaneohe Beef
ALWAYS ON HAND.
YOUNG PIGS
POULTRY
EGGS
FRESH BUTTER AND CHEESE.
Sam Wo Meat Co.,
King Street Market. Tel.
YOUNG TIM, Manager.
288
DAVID DAYTON
137' MERCHANT STREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
IN KAPI0LANI PARK ADDITION
and other desirable localities.
For Sale at a Bargain Premises
at Hauula on the beach, a two-story
aousc unci mrmture, at a bargain.
Midsummer Millinery
ALWAYS THE LATEST AT
MISS POWER'S MILLINERY
PARLORS
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET
ice
manufactured fr:m p'.-re distilled wa
ter. Delivered to any pqrt of elty by
courteous drivers.
0AHU ICE AND LIICTBIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone 523.
PAPER
All kinds in rolls .and sheets.
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN PAPER 4
SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen Sts., Honolulu.
Tel. 410. George G. Guild, fien. Mgr.
P. I-. PETERS
NOTARY PUBLIC
at
BULLETIN OFFICE.
1 Phone 258. .
FOR SALE
4000 Orcen ItooflnK Slate 10"xl0
r00 Ono and Two Prong Iron Fence,
Posts.
1 2G-gallon Drum Commercial Eth
or. 1 Cnstlron Fitting with Flanges,
for 12" Wrought Pipe.
EMMELUTH & CO., LTD.,
145 King Street. Phone 211.
Blank- books ot rJl sorts, ladgors,
sle. manufactured b? th, Du.:tln Pub
Ushln Company,
COMMITTEE GOULD
MAKE NO REPORT
Kealoha Mumbles Explanatl6n
Glowneis In Isol-laukea Matter.
Frultlesi Conference
of
rue report which tno special com
mittee Was to have mado to the
Hoard of Supervisors last evening on
.. ...... .. I
tho Isol-laukca matter Is yet to be
!,.,,
Chairman Kealoha stated
that tho report was not signed, arid
when he was nsked to get tho mem
bers of his committee to sign then
nnd there, took rcfugo 1n tho posi
tion Hint the report would hnvo to
be gone over yet to somo extent,
though ho did not mnko very clear
his objections to coming out with
the report, cspcclnlly as he had n big
bunch of papers In his pocket which
looked ns though they might have
been tho report In question.
Yesterday forenoon, there was
much pow-wow nbout tho County of
fices. The committee wero nil thcio,
nnd, though they had worked faith
fully over the report for a long time,
they were still nt It yesterday after
noon and then they didn't get
through.
Chairman Hlistncc reminded Mr.
jwiiiuiiii mm wiu luceiuiK "- i I
night was held especially to recelvo
tills report, nnil finally extracted n
promise, which amounted to "I think
so," thnt this report will ho ready
fur tho meeting of August 2Ctli.
Somo llttlu discussion nroao over
mi Item ot SI no. 25 presented hy Mr.
Cox for tho police department, rep
H'HcntliiK mi expenditure In July,
over nnd uhovo Its appropriation.
Mr. Cox cxplnincd that tint t expend
iture hud been ninile during the stay
of the Fleet1 here, for boarding and
lodging men nt tho pollco station, so
thnt they might all ho called out In
rate of need. Mr. Hustaco thought
that 'the mensuro had been unneces
sary, as men from tho ships policed
tho city nt that time.
Mr. Cox reco'nimended that tho
uniount be (alien out of tho office np-
proprlntlon of tho pollco for August,
hut Mr. Hurray thought thnt there
ought to be n special appropriation
for the purpose. Hut It was pointed
nut thnt Inuhen went ahead with
this expense without consulting the
committee, ns tho heads of other de
partments do. Mr. Cox's recommen
dation was carried, only Mr. Uarvcy
voting no.
Mr. Cox also icpurted repairs need
ed mi the Wnlinea bridge, where,
sonic ot tho joists are rotting nwny.
Mr. Gere further explained that the
steel ought to be painted and tho
bridge cleaned. Mr. Archer tho'ught
thnt the mutter might wait n week
or so, when the regular appropria
tions might be made to cover this
Item, too, but the County engineer
stated that he thought tho hrldgo
dangerous, nnd so an appropriation
of 5J.O00 was made, for painting and
lepalrlng tho structure.
The matter of testing tho Munici
pal Act wns brought up, through a
suggestion of Mr. Fern that tho
County Attorney bo asked for nn
opinion on tho mutter, which was
elaborated by Mr. Arcficr Into n
project for n test case.
Mr. Hustnco stated that ho under
stood that tho papers for a test cubo
wero already drawn by n certain po
litical party hero, and ho nnd other
members of tho Hoard thought it no
mutter for tho Supervisors to tuko
up.
Ho assured Mr. Fern that thn mat
ter Is now being looked up by tho
County Attorney, but hud to quell
Mr. Archer by saying, "You arc try
ing to overthrow your own govern
ment, Mr. Archer. If you keep on
this way you will ho u revolution
ist."
Mr. Harvey thought thnt work
ought to bo going forward on tho
widening mid Improving ot tho Dia
mond Head road, but Mr. Ilustace ex
plained that this would be done as
soon as come other urgent jobs were
off tl hands of the Houd Committee.
Superintendent of Public Vorks
Marston Campbell notified the Board
that the exchunces fit land for tho
ctialghtenlng of Fort street In front
of tho property of Joseph K. Aea had
licen made. Also that tho lllshop
Kst.ito had agreed to extend tho ten
ancy of tho County for six months to
tho premises on Keuwo street used as
a place, for tho deposit of dredings
from tho hurhnr, on condition thut
tho County flit In tho proposed ex
tension of Knkuiiko street from
Punchbowl to Ilnlckuuwiln street.
C, I.al Young, n Chinese rice-plan
ter of Hcela, had a kick to mako by
letter In regard toi supposed Inva
sion of his property' by workmen on
tho road. It seems that they had
actually cut nut some undergrowth,
which It would have cost thn owner
about $25 to get cleared nwny. In
looking over n tentative roadbed
from a quarry, hut had finally aban
doned the ldoa ot trying to tako ft
road through tho place. Hut tho
letter walled about prospecttvo blast
ing and accidents and filling the
rlce-flclds with stones. The clerk
was Instructed to wrlto nnd renssuro
tho agriculturalist.
August appropriations passed
wero: Houd department, $5001,31;
road department, Queen btrcet,
$492.25; garbage department, $121
S7; I3wn road district, $1017.35;
County Attorney. Jo. 80: coroners
fees. JGO: Ewn road district, cul
vert from road tax, $239.00.
The following expenditures dur
Ing July were ordered paid: hwa
road district $797.89: commissions
collecting load tax, $.30; Honolulu
ftmtl district road tax, $644.30; po-
lice department, $196.20.
I
COMPILES LUMBER
INDUSTRY FIGURES
Carrying on the work of the Ter
ritorial Conscivntlon Commission,
tcccntly appointed by Governor Frear
Territorial Forester ltalpli S. Mou
rner Is at present compiling statlstlcx
with regard to the lumber Industry
In these Islands. Not only Ik Mi
Hosmer preparing statistics that will
show tho nmount of timber, koa al
most exclusively, that Is being nindo
Into lumber here, but ho Is also mak
ing n list of the amount of lumber
that is nnnuully shipped Into the
Territory.
It Is 'the Intention of thn Conser
vation'. Commission to mnko experi
ments with lumber-trees from the
Const, such as spruce,, fir, nnd hem
lock, planting them nt an altitude
heic that would give them about the '
.
"" lemyeraiuro as nicy reccnc 0v. .......-...
mo mainianii, ami u incso prmo
If these
successful, It Is probable that Hawaii I
will, In the course of n few cars,
have transplaiitcd'forcsts growing on i
her niountnIii-sldc8.
ODD FELLOWS PLAN
FLEET ENTERTAINMENT
A committee, was appointed l.itt
hlght to nrraugo for a gala entertain
incut of tho local Qdd Follows nnd
their brother lodgo members with tho
Pacific Fleet, and ho already has plans
working that should provide for an
excellent time on tho night he has
fcclectod. Saturday night, September
Mil, will ho tho occasion of tho extens
Ivo entertainment planned for tho
brother Odd Fellows with tho Pacific
Fleet as well ns for tho rclnthrs of
tho local members and tho Ilclickults
of Honolulu mid vicinity
It Is tho tentative plan at present to
hnvo all three floors of .tho Odd l'i I
lows building In uso on tho iiIkIiI for
the entertainment, thn roof g.iiden
being tho scene ot a dance, canlH anil
names on the second .floor, and (i
children's palace, .of fiu'ion the flr.it
floor, neriostimonts will lie bciod on
tho second floor.
There arn a great many Odd Fel
low with tho Pnclflo-fclwt, nnd tint
entertainment planned ifor them hy
the local lodgo men will ho light loy
al. Marshal Hendry, chairman, Is nt
present working up the details ot tho
iiffalr.
e i
TheTruth About
Kidney Trouble
(BACKACHE)
Ricltncho i.h n, raut-o nf kllncy t rou
ble l outruKi'ounly uUiimhI, "for thero
U not ono en no In iln nf Uukncho that
la tin evidence of lnl..imnm.t!.m In the
kid ne yn. Tho kldneyn nro not scnM
tlv nnd neMom n fleet pulii.
U-.cki.clie is commonly an cvldcnco
of lumluKo, or pliovts u ncumlKlc or
rheumatic tendency In tho muncieH or
tho back. In Hiofo ciihcm In which It
iIoch proceed from tho kldnejn It re
Meets uti acute, Irifl.immatlim that UHually
jlclU.i very quickly nnd definitely to
Kulton't Uenal Compound.
Hut, nH nbove, whero b.ukaeho In tho
only reason ono has for hi.(Kctlntf thn
kldncyx, It Hill In moit caxex )mj found
morn clowly related to tho muHCulur
ayntem than to tho kidney h.
Kidney dUease. tlrnt or lant, la In
flammation of tho kldnc), and thero
ban been t nothing on druKKbdt shelved
for Inflammation In tho kidneys. Tho
bito John J. Fulton wan tho llrnt man
In tho world to reach and rtduco In
flammation In kidney Mkxuck, and hi
Hcnul Compound 1m tho first real hjk?
clflo for kbliiey dlncane.
Lit era turn mailed free,
JOHN J. KULTO.N' CO.
Oakland. Cal.
Honolulu Drug Co., Fort Hi., aro our
koIo local nKintH. Ak for Ul-Monthly
'liunetin of lato rococrien. tin
A.-H. COAST MANAGER
HERETO INSPECT
C. W. Cook, tho Pacific Coast man-ago)-
ot tho American-Hawaiian Steam
ship. Company, arrived hero thin
mdrnlng on tho Mexican for u ton
days' visit. Ho Is making a tour of
Inspection, In which tho IsIaiidH aro
Inclded.
While here, Mr. Cook will rio boiiio
thing of Kahulul ami 11 1 to as well us
Honolulu, f
. Ho Is very prominent In shipping
elides on tho Const, especially 0:1 no
count ot his offorts and hicccsh In thu
development of, Hhlpplug Interests In
tho Puget Sound.
Tho Mexican had a ipilck dip down
from San Francisco, arrNng off port
early this morning. She hrlugs ono
day's mall. Shu him tho usual amount
of general freight from the Coast nnd
from Now York, which sho will dis
charge hoforo loading lioiu and at
Kahulul und Hllo for tho ictinn trip
to San Francisco hy way of Hllo and
Sallna Cruz.
The Bulletin Publishing- Co.,
Ltd., is agent for the best engraving
and lithographing company on
the Pacific Coast and is prepared
to give estimates on high-grade
printing of every kind.
Also prices and samples of the
Very Latest in Engraved Cards,
Announcements, and
Invitations, in the best of form
for smart functions.
1 A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forever
DR. T. FELIX fiOURAUD'S ORIENTAL
CREAM OR MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
n.moM T.tn, rimpto.
recii., .mi in i-uiciich,
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f w yens an.! t
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felt of elmlKr
nam.. Ir, J- A.
fittre M to a
1r of tle laul
Inn la iitletit:
"A Tm ladle,
will o thetD.
I r.etjmtn.nu
ft...... I. .. tho lft.t tmrmfnl of all lha
ikln prryrra'M." 1 or lf IT all (lrnfl"U and f ante.
Ui.u.li Jlcalcta In tin Halted Stales Canada and Kuropt.
rER3.T.K0PKINS. Ptcp, 37 Cisst J;rts S'cel, Hew Toil,
AMUSEMENTS.
ORPHEIMTHEATRE
MONDAY, AUO. 17TH,
The Great HENRI FRENCH, HAL-
ILEN AND FULLER ALL-STAR AD
.VANCED VAUDEVILLE COMPANY.
Under the Personal Direction of
! FREDERICK HALLEN.
! An Exceptional Feature : The Great
npnm iUtuavn, Mimic Actor aim
Impersonator of the great musical di-
.J j .....,...,.
"ninniiiiv, xne iaiK oi nonoiuiu
ADONIS find LOTTIE the Dog with
the Human Brain.
The Popular Favorite, MISS AG'
NES A. MILLS
MR. JAMES POLK, the Wizard of
the Eanjo.
WILSON, the Spinning Cyclist.
j..BA! LXTEA! and HALLEN
r..id FUILEr, Great Sketch by Qco.
M. Cohan, "His Wife's Hero." MISS
FULLER will wear the latest Paris
ian Senation, the DIRECTOIRE.
GOWN, designed by Mmc. Wheeler at
HALE BROS., and made by HALE
BROS., San Francisco.
MATINEE WEDNESDAY and SAT
URDAY for Ladies and Children;
same performance as night.
POPULAR PRICES.
EMPIRE THEATRE
HOTEL AND BETHEL STREETS.
New Moving Pictures
Introducing Famous Subjects Never
Before Shown Here.
TONIGHT ! TONIGHT !
ENTIRE CHANGE EVERY MONDAY
WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY.
Admission 10 cents
Children 5 cents
Baseball
LEAGUE GROUNDS
SATURDAY. AUG.
8TH
1:30 P.M.
Admission 25c.
Reserved Seats Grandstand 25c extra
Auto for Hire
MANUEL REIS. Call up at any
time by telephone any one of these
numbers: 290, 200, 1097.
Hawaiiai
Deteotive Agency
ROOM 7, WAITY BUILDING
King Street.
Private and Confidential Detective
Work.
AN OUTING
in an automobile is just the thine.
Call up 200 388 or 1458 and ask
1 or
C. H. BEHN
'Bread
The Best In Town.
SINGER'S BAKERY.
TEL. 527. KING ST.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVITED PIPES for irrigation
purposes a specialty. Particular at
tention paid to JOB WOHK, and re
pairs executed at shortest notice.
Japanese Curios, Silk Kimonos,
Shirts. Pajamas, Shirt Waists, Fancy
Embroidered Goods. ' ,
K. Fukuroda,
HOTEL STREET NEAR BETHEL.
CUREYOURSELFl
10 IHU ti for IIUUM)!"!
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WANTED
Advertisements Under this Heading
One Cant per Word Each Day. No Ad
vertlsements Inserted for Lets Than
Ten Cents.
Iiookkccper for Honolulu; rellnhlc,
systematic man, to take charge of
ofllce, Including complete set of
hooks and answering telephone.
Somo outdoor work. Salary $75 to
$100, according to competency. Ad
dress "Bookkeeper," this ofllce.
Mnnugcment of hotol, hy experienced
nnd energetic people. Address
"An.," this ofllce. 40S3-1W
I
To buy or rent two dump carts, 1 cu.l
yd. capacity each,
llulletln.
Address "C,"
4080-tf
Second-hand flat-top desk; must he
reasonable. Address "L.P.," this
office. 3955-tf
A second-hand showcase, about Gx2xl
feet. Address with prlco "P.," this
office. . 2351-tf
A second-hand tent. Address, stating
slzo and terms. "Tent," llulletln
ofllce. 4020-tf
A b.iHy carriage,
nnd price to "J.
flee.
Stnto condition
K.," llulletln of-
4079-tt
Clean wiping rugs ut the llulletln of
fice.
$5.00 REWARD.
To any portion supplying Information
as to tho location of 0110 I.iiiallne
Popo. who tuft homo nt about 11 p.
111., Tuoaday, August 11, 1908. Sun
See Tal, 2B King 8t. 4081-St
TO LET
House, eight rooms, with modern con
veniences; pleasant grounds. In
Punahou District, convenient to car
llncB. Knqulro W. C. Wcedon, Stan
gcnwald llldg., or P. O. llox GG8.
Nicely furnished house nt tho corner
ot Knplohinl nnd l.uiialllo SIb. Ap
ply to Joseph Kuliey, Honolulu
postolllcc. 4082-tt
Furnished cottngo nt the beach, op
posite tho switch near the bridge.
Apply on premises or I,. 13. Kerr &
Co. 39Cl-tt
Six-room modern house, electric
lights, gas, mosquito proof. In
quire nt 1337 Pensacola St.
Housekeeping rooms nnd cottage, fur
nished. Apply Honolulu Hotel,
Nuuanu St. 40G9-lm
Furnished cottngo and house-keep
ing looms. Apply Cottage Grove,
King St. 4018-tt
Two funiUhcd rooms. Apply Mrs.
D. McConnell, 1223 Emma St.
Furnished house, 1713 Beach Hoad.
Apply on premises. 40C7-tf
FURNISHED ROOMS.
Housekeeping rooms for rent. Apply
KilG Enimn St. 4078-lw
Edison
Phonograph
Famous the world over as
the most practicable and per
fect singing and talking ma
chine made.
Come and hear it.
Hawaiian News Co.,
Ltd.,
YOUNG BLDG.
Adding
isn't brain work; it is brain
drudgery. It is work for cogs and
levers, not for the precious gray mat
ter that can be used for thinking.
Step in our office and see
The Universal Adding
Machine
It's the very latest, cheapest, and
BEST Adding Machine on the mar
ket.
THE
HAWAIIAN OFFICE SPECIALTY
CO LTD
031 FORT STREET.
p"For Sale" cards at Bulletin,
FOR SALE
Advertisements Under this Heading
One Cent Per Word Eacn Day. No Ad
vertisements Inserted lor Less Than
Ten Cents.
'a valuohle collection of stumps. ThlJ
collection Is the property of tho
widow of tho late 11. V. Ilowen,
and Is the result of his effort In
many years of lahor; they can lid
scon nt the Hawaiian News Co.,
Young building. 3911-tf
Fine corner lot In Mnklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and ornnmental trees
und all Improvements. Two ml:i-
utcs wnlk from cars nnd Punahou
College. Address It. F., this office.
Six - room houso nnd lot cheap. Ap
ply to M. E. Menczcs, nt wlclimnn
a Co. 4070-lm
Cheap Stable, In
corrugated roof,
office.
good condition.
Apply llulletln
40S2-tt
Hens, one dollar ijpiece'. 1
Green St.; Phono ir,fi7.
Apply 1912
IOS2-2t
LOST
At or near Pawaa Junction, small
open-face gold watch, ulso chain
with three coins attached. Suit
able reward nt this ofllce.
4057-tf
A pair of eyeglasses near Moana
Hotel. Return to llulletln office.
40SS-tt
K. Daimaru,
First-ClassFurniture Store
134 Bcretania near Fort St.
Telephone 214.
CURIOS
a AT 0
Woman's Exchange
HOTEL STREET NEAR FORI
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN'S HATS
Of All Kinds.
K. UYEDA,
102 NUUANU.
Cut Prices
Our Sodas 30c per dor.
FOUNTAIN SODA WORKS,
PHONE 270.
WING CHONG CO
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc., Etc All kinds of KOA and
MISSION FURNITURE Made To
Order.
Vienna Bakery
is making the Best Home-made Bread
in twon. Be sure and try it. The
wagon will deliver at your door.
CALL UP 197.
BOOT and SHOE MANUFACTURER
By the Latest Improved Machines.
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