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RVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLCLTVT. 11., WEDNESDAY, DEC. 2, 1908. 0M.V m 11 BUSINESS PIANO AND ORGAN. James Sheridan Pianoforte Maker and Tuner. 1C2 Hotel St. or Hn- w.illnn Ncwb Co. For sale, very cheap, (lightly used, full Grand Decker Piano, Aeolian Organs nnil uiirigiu rianos, guaraniccu. Prof. N. M. Lewis, 1402 Emma St., teacher of I'lano anil Organ. Grad uate of Huston Conservatory. 4101-lm EMPLOYMENT BUREAU. For house-help, phone White 2891, Mnklkl. General Employment Ot (Ice, cor. I'ensacola anil lloretanta. NURSES. For Graduate Nurses Phone 10S7. 41C7-tf Money to Loan AT Current Rate of Interest ON Listed Collateral OR Productive Real Estate Bishop Trust Co. Ltd. No. 924 BETHEL STREET. MraJWina1nwa Soothing Syrttp YttAKS br MILLIONS or Mother forthelrC((U.DRKNwlil!oTBBTH. ISO, with ptrftct succetn. IT bOOTHES Uffcilltlj loFTElJs the GUMS, ALLAYS U pln. CURM Vvilrt) COLIC, "d U the tKitrtmedyforDIAKRIltRA. Sold gS co other kind. SVC.au a BU. taOIdaBdWilltriidRMNii LOVEJQY & CO. WHOLESALE DEALERS AND IM PORTERS OF WINES AND LIQUORS. TEL. 308. 902 NUUANTT. ..BUILDING MATERIAL OF ALL KINDS. DEALERS IN LUMBER, ALLEN & ROBINSON. Qneen Street :: :: :: Honolulu. iW. Phillips & Co. Wholesale Importers and Jobbers EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN DRY GOODS. FORT and QUEEN 8T8. S. SA1K1, Bamboo Furniture Made to Order. Picture Framing a Specialty. 563 S. BERETANIA ST. TELEPHONE 497. 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 WORK, and re pairs executed at shortest notice. FOR SALE 4000 Orcen Hoofing Slate 10"xl0". COO One and Two Prong Iron Fence Posts, 1 2G-galon Drum Commercial Eth er. 1 Castlron Fitting with Flanges, for 12" Wrought ripe. EMMELUTH & CO., LTD., 145 King Street. Phone 211. HAWAIIAN FERTILIZER CO., LTD. Dealers in FERTILIZERS suitable for all crops, climatic and soil con ditions. OFFICE Brewer Building, Hono lulu: Tel. 272. FACTORY at Iwileij Tel: 430. w "- -aOMtV ! sssi awnmw Steinway AND OTHER PIANOS. THAYCn PIANO CO, 1GJ HOTEL m REM. Phono ?18. TUNINO GUARANTEED. mxwsKr?mm DIRECTORY REPAIRING. Woven Wire Mattresses repaired at the Factory Honolulu wire lied Co., 1250 Alnpal St. Telephone 535. 394G-tf UMBRELLAS. Umbrellas made and re-covered. Mlzutn, Fort near Kukul, PLUMBINO. Yec Sing Kcc-Plumber and Tinsmith, Smith St., bet. Hotel anil Pauahl. OSTEOPATHY. Br. Schurmann. Hours 8-9 a. 4-G p. m. 22 1 Emma Square. m.j The Weekly Edition of the Evening Bulletin glvet a complete summary of the newt of the day. Meats Fresh, wholesome, and of ever; variety at THE PARAGON Beretania, Alakea, and Union. 'Phone 104. Gold Dollars At a Discount are just as easy to get as a good job of painting at a oheap price. When I do work I do it right not cheap, Tom Sharp THE PAINTER Elite Building. Phone 397. SHARP SIGNS attract attention Autos Repaired And kept in repair by men who know their business. No amateurs do the work in our Garage. Von Hamm-Young Co., Ltd. Clipping For a Good, Clean Cut, call on us or TELEPHONE TO 109. CLUB STABLES Fort St. KANE0H&J5EEF Alwavs on Hand. Young Pigs, Poul try, Eggs, Fresh Butter and Cheese. Sam Wo Meat Co., King Street Market. Tel. 388 YOUNG TIM, Manager. MR. and MRS, G. Sakata, MASSEURS. Bruises, Sprains' TireJ Feel- ing and other ailments quick ly relieved. Res. 1707 Li liha St. above School. Tele phone 1650. 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 house and furniture, at a bargain. ICB manufactured from puro distilled wa ter. Delivered to any part of city by courteous drivers. OiHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO., Kewalo. Telephone C28. 2)-"For Sale" cards at Bulletin. LsjssCiW'WV His elder brother erldently knows how to play doctor, In real e&rncit. lie knows about Ayer'i Cherry ' Pectoral. His mother told him. Her mother told her, and her I grandmoth er's mother told her mother. It's theoneitand- ard cough medicine for children Mje rs Hherni ffectcral is entirely freo from narcotics or poison of any kind. It is tho great remedy tho world over for colds, coughs, croup, whooping-cough, influenza, la grippe, and all bron chial complaints. Accept no substitute or cheap and worthless imitation. Bo sure you get Ayer's Cherry Pectoral. Put up in large and small bottles. rnnrri it Dr, I. C. Am 4 Ci , low.n, Hut., U.S. A. EVEN a Bride cannot be alto gether hap py unless she has a Gas Stove in the kit chen. Hus bandsknow now the source of the grouch. We have the REMEDY. Honolulu Gas Co., Ltd. CHRISTMAS CARDS We are showing the very finest line of CHRISTMAS CARDS to be found in the city. They are handsome in de sign and color anybody will be well pleased to receive one of them. See them in our windows. Hawaiian News Co., IIMITED. YOUNG BUILDING. ART THEATER Wonderful Motion Pictures bring ing' to view scenes from' many lands and embracing Comedy and Pathos. Two changes each week. Monday and Thursday The Dog Cop; The Story of an Egg; The Animated Statue; The Stu dent's Ransom, or Money from Home; In Ireland, An Excursion Through Killarney; The Devil's Three Sons; The Little Cripple. Andrew Usher's Scotch Whiskey O.V.G. Special Reserve W. 0. Peacock & Co., Ltd., Agents. T0WNSEND UNDERTAKING COMPANY EMBALMING A SPECIALTY Kapiolanl Sldg., Cor, King & Alakea, Phone 411, va mLm tt - mnriz.ui?c2A. r iv!',rc'JT-VA'v-.x V tM.V,:W2& d ViV.-KH rMM I 1 A 'l V m m3f- lp j TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES j Girl Bturicntn nt Stanford to vote on future duties of president's con ference. Ecclesiastical court to verify mlr- tides performed by Padre Magln Ca lnla. rostnmster Arthur Flslt, Inspector Jntncs O'Conncll, and Clerk J. J. Gal- higher of San Francisco will he ttc itiscil by Thomas J, Ford, discharged superintendent of mall, of conspir acy. George W. Hopkins, ex-bank caah lor, admits peculations nnd will plead guilty of embezzlement. Nevada nttto enthusiasts plan to nice machines over dry bed of desert lake. Jcbson fc Ostrnnder, according to report, will operate line on Panama run. Patrolmen who tried to hinder V, J. Hums In investigation of Haas af fair nro formally charged before Po II co Commission. John Krntlso of the Pacific Tele phone Company, a fugitive witness, kills himself on liner In the Atlantic. Captain C. C. Smith will probably ho detailed as superintendent of Yo Rcmlto Park. Mrs, Tibbctts, who was a witness In the Martin will contest, testifies that Mrs, Martin once broke lluby John's nose. American Federation of tabor votes to light Injunctions nt all haz ards. Mayor Tom Johnson of Cleveland announces thnt fortune is gone, but Is still optimistic. Standard Oil abruptly ends cxaml nation of John D, and prevents cross examination regarding1 early history of truBt, German Emperor still considers himself nbsolute and pledge to Chan col lor merely coronation oath. Rulers of China announce reform ptogrnm will be continued. Dr. Frederic Durk says social brib eries nre successfully practised on members of California State Hoard of Education. Suits Involving millions' are begun against Spring Vnllcy Water Com pany for big fire losses. Vcll8-F.irgo rato declared unfair In petition sent to Commerce Com mission, , President Bourn of Spring Valley Company asks San Francisco to In crease the payment for Its water. Injunction against tearing down of San Fianclsco City Hall is lifted and work- will go on without Interrup tion. St. Francis Hotel directors order construction of new wing. Ship Owners' Association objects to placing of lumber on free list. Prince Koresh Chandra Chakravar tl, graduate of California Stato Uni versity, Is succeeding as mining en gineer In Tonopah. soutllern Pacific commences con struction of big electric power plant for Alameda County lines. Dr. Frank h. Adams of Oakland dies suddenly after attuck of neural gia of heart. New electric process is discovered nt California Stato UnUcrslty to re store ancient specimens, Mrs. Mnck, mother of lMna Clark, loses all interest In Pa) son Young. Twenty-five perish in gas explosion that tears up whole, block In llrook lyn. 'John D. Rockefeller has bad at tack of poor memory on cross-examination by Government attorney. New York World released from ob ligation publishes first authentic ac count of Interview with tho Kaiser. 'Iron rule of Prince Regent Chun manifested In quasi Imperial edicts to Chinese. ,;. Tho total campaign contributions of the Republican party were 1, unr.,518. Widow of Monterey capitalist would break will which forbids her to) wed again. Walter J, Ilartnett, convicted bank wrecker, will he liberated on bonds. .Daniel C. Denny to succeed Cabs nlss on San Francisco Police Court bench. Rojnl Chlncso visitors to San Francisco mourn and weep out of re spect for the departed Emperor nnd Downger. Mrs. George Ilooth Root Jr. sues for divorce from clubman charged with pawning family plate. San Fianclsco Supcnisois decide. that liquor license shall remain ut $!i00 and nlbo slilko a blow at Gipsy fortuuo-tcllers. William J. Dingco transfers New Ymk mansion to wlfo when creditors press htm. K, W. Chapman, mining export, Is killed by tave-ln In mine at San An dieas. Congressman Knglebilght was fin ed ).' for swearing, Pnjarn alley apple growers pnsR lesnlutloiiH demanding luterstnto romiuerce Inquiry Into recent in creaao of freights on fruits. Ulclimoml Pearson Ilobsnn, In let ter to the President, urges that Fleet be kepi lu tho PatlUc, Admirals Dewey, Schley, nnd Kv- nits condemn crltlis of Navy, saying It Is greatest In the world. John D. Rockefeler disclaims cred it for formation of world's greatest trust. I.ord Roberts makes plea for larger standing army In Kngland. New Irish land bill Is Introduced In tho llouso of Commons nnd rhal lenders argue tho Issue. Thousand women pledge support to graft prosecution at mass meeting called by branch of Citizens' League of Justice. Hcncy returns thanks for life be ing spared nnd urges co-operation In war on crime. Ho dictates messago to tho people. Jean Puchcu and wife of San Francisco nro electrocuted by "Juice" In clothesline. Poises search in nln for murderer Samuel II. Taylor, who escaped from the San Francisco County Jail. Artist Gibson marvels nt beauty of California girls nnd especially praises Miss Peleis of Stockton. Warring factions in San Francisco Instltlttc'of Art reach climax nnd rec onclllatlon deemed Improbable. BID FORTOURISTS Tlio Territorial Transportation Com mlt'tcc has Isshcd a pamphlet which is to hn dlstrihutod widely, principally in Australia and on the Coast. The pam phlet Is In tho main devoted to tho prlntu hotels and boarding house, ghing Information about them nnd their rates. It akn contains a i!i.n of Hoholulu showing their location, mil fncs relating to stejiushlp transporta tion, places of Interest which cin ho reached on tho cars, baggage, laiui.liy, photo supplies, ii'staurnntK, nutos, hacks, curio stores, tho Promotion Committee, banks, etc A copy of "Aloha Oe," words and music, supplies the, finishing touch. A Hume Ford, who Is tho author of the pamphlet, ex plains thnt traveling agents In both Australia and California hao com plained that no Information has been sent out which might show tourists what Hawaii has In tho line of smaller hotels, nnd for this renson considerable dCslniblc. trado has failed to reach here. BOILER TUBE BURST It was tho bursting of a boiler tuhu that put tho quarantine launch out of business jestorday Tho engineer In charge states' that he has had nb trou ble with the boat for tho nast'ic.-ir add that sho was In perfect running order up to tho tlmo that tho unavoidable ac cident occuned. Tho brenk was soon repaired and tho launch was o't of commission but n short time. . o . i BAND CONCERT. Thcro will bo a public band concert this ocnlug nt 7:30 nt Aata Park. Following Is tho program: PAnT I. March Kmpcror Francis Joseph .. Kruli Overture Celebration Suppo intermezzo .i uiilloo Hoccnmrl Reminiscences of All Nations. Godfrey PART II. Vocal Hawaii Songs...nr. by fiercer Selection Gipsy narou Strauss Waltz Vienna Hlood Struhss Finale Imperial Vienna ....Schrnmcl Tho Austrian I lyn. J Tho Star Spangled Haulier. i BEAUTIFUL, PERMANENT. WALL FINISH for laying in large surfaces of a clear and deep color. v It is absolutely non-poison-ous, easily applied, and dur able. Can be used over old wall paper. Dekorato is the Ideal wall finish, and yet it is cheaper than the or dinary crude colors. It comes ill a prepared pow 'demand is ready for use when mixed with cold water! Sold by Lewers & Cooke LIMITED 177 S. King St. Phone 775. t WahYingClrontrCo. King Street, Ewa of Fishmarktt. DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING i GOODS of EVERY DE SCRIPTION. The latest and largest assortment of hand-made and painted leather postcards in Hawaiian Views, Flow ers and Fruits, at WEEDON'S CURIOSITY BAZAAR Hotel St., bet, Bethel and Nuuanu. wants mm 'mm WANTED Advertlsemtnts Under this Heading One Cent Ptr Word Each Day. No Ad vertlaemente Inserted for Lett Than Ten Cent. A Joung man who has taken u busi ness course In any local school, to take a permanent position in an office as assistant bookkeeper. Ad dress "It. D.," Hulletln office. Ity a joung lady, position as assist ant bookkeeper or other offlco or store work. Address "It. D.," this omce. 4125-tt Small furnished cottage, above Here- tnnla St. preferred. Address with particulars, "M" P. O. Dox 302. 4171-tf Position by expert bookkeeper and statistician. Address "J. O. D" Uulletln ofCce. 4030-tf Second-hand flat-top desk; mutt be reasonable. Address "L.P.," this office. 3965-tt A second-hand showcase, about 6x2x1 feet. Address with price "P.," thlt office. 351-t( A baby carriage, and price to "J. flee. State condition K.," Hulletln of- 079-tf Second-hand piano. Cheap for cash. Address "K. D ," this office. 4100-lw Wanted to buy Address "E a good buggy horse, this office. 4168-.it Clean wiping rags at the Bulletin of fice. FURNISHED ROOM. One or two rooms, with or without board. Apply "II.," this office. 4124-tt TO LET Six-room furnished cottage on Hack- feld St. All modern Implements, llcnutlful sea Mew. Terms reas onable. Inquire 129 Hotel St. 4100-21 Furnished cottage, for light house keeping, $12 per month. Apply Honolulu Hotel, Nuuanu St. 41CS-lm House, 2 stories, G rooms, 1415 Alapal near Quarry St.; $18, water in i eluded; modern Improvements. 4123-tf Two D. furnished rooms. Apply Mrs. McConnell, 1223 Emma St. Furnished house, 1713 Beach Road. Apply on premises. 4007-tf Large furnished looms. 732 Klnau St. Reasonable. 41Cti-tC Furnished cottage. Phone 416G-tt 1087. ROOMS AND BOARD. THK COURTLANI) Is a high-class. privato hotel at reasonable rates, located nt tho corner of Punahou and Herctnnln avenue. 1171-lm For lady nnd gentlcmnn. Wilder Ao. near Kccaumoku. Address "X. Y. 55.." this office. 4109-tf Newly furnished rooms with or with out board. 1049-50 Beretania St. tj FOUND. "N.b. II. S." pin. Call Bulletin of flco and pay for nd, 4101-lw STYLISH SHOES A pair of shoes that wean long and keeps ita shape well. A shipment of up to date Tan Shoes for ladies was re- ceived per last S. 8. Ala meda. ' L'MYAlTsHOE CO., ioi mmANir sr. seas zmo si. Family Grocers, TH0NE 76 J. M. LEVY & CO., LTD. P. L. PETERS . NOTARY PUBLIC at BULLETIN OFFICE. Phone 296. 185 editorial rooms 350 Dutl nett office. Thete are the new tet phone numb.rt of th. Bulletin office. BULLETIN ADS PAY FOR SALE Advertisements Under this Heading One Cent Per Word Each Day. No Ad vertltementt Interted for Let Than Ten Cente. A valuable collection of stamps. This collection Is the property of the widow of tho lata II. TV'. Bowen, and Is the result of his effort la many years of labor; tbey can be seen at the Hawaiian News Co., Young building. 3911-tt 2.11 acres of bananas and taro land with good Irrigation fur sale cheap. Maukn of Old Got. Ild. and on new road. Apply Akol, with Kwong Chong Lung, Maunaken and King. 41GG-U Eggs for hntchlng, from cholco mat tings, single comb White Leghorns, 2 per settings; fine cockcrallj, 1 2. SO and upwards. F. II. Krauss, "Ruralnook," Manoa. P. O. llox 102, 41CS-1W Fine corner lot In Maklkl. Curbing, water, fruit and ornamental trcei and all Improvements. Two min utes' walk from cars and Punahou College. Address R. F., this office. Houso nnd lot; house furnished or unfurnished, 7 rooms, four closets, electric lights and gas, on main car line; At a bargain. Addre.s "Lerols," Bulletin. 41G9-tt Windmill pump, Hrass, Irrigate, Al falfa, Garden Truck, etc., pipes, foot valve, complete, $20. II. T care Uox 2GE, Honolulu. 41G9-2W Collie pups, fiom pedigreed stock. Price from $10 to $20; female $10. Horner's Ranch, 4140-ti Cheap Stable, In corrugated roof, office. good ccnditlon, Apply Bulletin 4052-tt CO, 000 acres of land In Kona, Hawaii. Address S, Norrls, Kahuku. LOST CERTIFICATE No, 1G7 for G shales of the Capital Stock of CITY MILL COMPANY, LIMITED, Issued to CHUCK SUN, datod April 11, 1907, IS LOST. ALL PERSONS ARE HEHEHY WARNED not to negoti ate said Certificate. Will Under kindly return the Certificate to City Mill Company, Limited, Kc kaullke Street, Honolulu. 4109-31 Last Sunday from the neighborhood of Kamebameha School, one sorrel mare, short tall, blaze face, un shod. Return to 180 S. King St. and receive reward. 4HG-l Two photographs of a young girl. On King street, between Alakea and Sheridan streets. Finder please communicate with Bulletin office. 4141-tf Sigma Alpha Epsllon fraternity pin. Finder kindly notify Charles Al bright, this office. 4164-tt A dragon-fly pin containing opal and emeralds. . Reward on return to this office. 4141-tf Clearance Sale J. I. Silva's Store, ELEELE, KAUAI. This sale applies only to the main store at' EUele t ,, To make room for a consignment of goods now on the way. A Great Reduction IN ALL LINES OF COTTON GOODS These will be sold at LESS THAN- COST ENGLISH TAILOR GOODS, B00I AND SHOES, . HATS AND CAPS, HEN'S SOCKS At Sacrifice Prices. ALL THESE PRICES STRICTLY CASH. A fine line of Fanoy Wines and Liquors for the Christmas' trade in our Liquor Department. Mr. and Mrs. HASHIMOTO MA8SEUR8, RHEUMATISM, BRUISES, 8PRAIN8, TIRED FEEL. INQ, and other aliments quickly RELIEVED. 444 KINO ST., PALAMA Telephone 637 l. ; 1 utf Jhi ifiVTt.i.irri IliViir - toJB'WBgilsmlwfctfuBBWjBttSMiittia ffllrlHPwiraBfWBHaWLfmTMmB jsJBBpaftyaSiBuaniWpiinft ffi'l MrtMbSftl fc TeW TAJHiaijWr MmM A'fl aLsmIBuMtv BV