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nvnSINQ IIULLETIN, HONOLULU, T II , TlTflDAY JfN'R 29, 1009.
V V K BUSINESS ARCHITECTS. Uuisenberg & Fanar, Architects, 02- . i;:i Alexander Young Hulldltig. Tclcphuna 27fi. CONTRACTOR. Otto Oss Carpenter, Jobber and Contractor, rnoiie lowi. 14Z0 Victoria St. 4321-ltu PLUMBING. Yee Sing Kee-PIumber end Tinsmith, Hmlth St., bet. Hotel unit I'auahl: I Oahu Railway Time Table. OUTWARD. For WnlauaeaAVatalua, Knhuku nnd Wuy 8tatlons-W:lG a. in., '3.20 p. m. Fur I'carl City, Bwa Mill pud Way Stations f7:30 n. m., 9:16 a. in., 11:05 a. m., 2:15 p. m.. 320 p. in., 5:15 p. ni., J9:30 p. in., tlliUO p, m For Walilawu J:1D n. m. nod S:1C p. m. INWARD. Arrive Honolulu, from Kahuku, Walalua and Walanae 8:36 a. m., ..C:31 p. m. Arrive In Honolulu from Kwn Mill and l'cnrl City -17: IB a. m, '8:30 J a. in., 10:38 a. in., l:in p. m., 4:3I fTZv in, C:31 p. m.. 7.20 p. in. ,v Arrive Honolulu from Wahluws- U 9Q1li a ... n.i.1 r.'ll tt .r. Dally. t Ex. Sunday. t Sunday Ouly. The Halelwa Limited, a two hour train (ouly nrnt-class llcketB hon ored), leaves Honolulu utery Sunday lit 8:22 a. in.; reluming, arrives In Honolulu at 10:10 p. m. Tlio I.I ml I oil stops only at Pearl CUy and Wulanno O. P. DKNI80N. K. C. 8MITII. Fot Schooner COINCORD Sailing for KAPUNA, HONOIVU, KAH.UA and H00KENA From Sorenson's Wharf, Apply on Board or to HAWAIIAN BALLASTING CO., Agt Telephone 300, Maunnkea St., below King. P. O. Box 820. -- Wong Wong, CONTRACTOR nnd BUILDER. PLUMBING and PAINTING. fej: Honolulu Tainting Co., 221 King St.; P. O. Box 914. The Encore Saloon Try a drink at the new place and have MIKE PATTON serve you. COR. HOTEL and NUJANU. ice manufactured from pure distilled wa ter. Delivered to any part of city by courteous drivers. OAIIU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO., Kewalo. Telephone S23. Ice Delivered to residences and offices at 25c per hundred in 10-lb. lots ir more. W. O. DARNHART, 133 Merchant St Tel. 140. BUILDING MATERIAL OF ALL KINDS. SEALERS IN LUMBER. ALLEN & ROBINSON. Queen Street :: :: :: Honolulu. M. Phillips & Co. Wholesale Importers and Jobbers EUROPEAN AND AMERICAN DRY GOODS FORT and QUE'.EK 8T8. a SA1K1. Bamboo Furniture Made to Order. Picture Framing a Specialty. S63 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. Steinway AND OTHEU PIANOS. THAYErt PIANO CO, 1EC HOTEL BTREBT. Phone 118. TUNING WJJUANTEJCD. DIRECTORY EMPLOYMENT AGENCY. Japanese Employment Association, Nuunuti unci i'nuuhl St. Call up phone G97 If you want a cook, good liny or servants. . woven Wire Mattresses renaired at the Factory Honolulu wire Bed Co., 12G0 Alapal St. Telephone 635. 3946-tI Bulletin.Eusiness Ofllce Phone 258. Bulletin Editorial Room Phow 185. Little . Drops of Water Can wear away a stone. Just so, a little sav ed every day (jives you a comfortable bank account. We pay 4Va per cent interest, com pounded twice annual. ly. Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.; Fort and Merchant Sts. Capital nnd Surplus, $1-000,000. Genuine t Swedish and. Electrical Massage K. SASAI, Fuknokayo Hotel, Liliha Streets Telephone 605. THE Chas. JR. Frazier Company fOUR advertiser! 1'hone 371. 122 King St. BENNY & CO., Ltd., AGENTS FOR THE WHITE Sewing Machine 12CG Fort St. Phone 488. WAiKiKI INN 'The Finest Bathlr.e; on the Beach." Meals At All Hours. WINES, LIQUORS. AND CIGARS. W. C. BERUIN. Proprietor. The Manhattan Cafe Meals and Short Orders at AH Times of the Day and Night. We Never Sleep. FORT ST. NEAR HOTEL. B. Wm. WARHAM. Prop. P. n. BURNETTE Com'r. of Deeds for California and New York; NOTARY PUBLIC; Grant Marriage Licenses; Draws Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of Sale, Leases, 'Wills, Etc. Attorney for the District Courts. 70 MERCHANT ST. HONOLULU; PHONE 310. Wo have for salo Back Set Ranges, size 4 to 9 ft.; llrldgo & Ileach "Superior 8toves;" Quick Meal and Perfection oil stoves; Farm er's IJrollers, Camp and Laundry stoves. Phone 21 1. EMMELUTH & CO.. LTD.. 145 King St. ii?VMf:iill hsb Yes, Indeed There is a sure rem edy for your weak stomach, inactive liver and clogged bowels, and you'll find it in Hostetter's Stomach Bitters. It will tone and invigorate the en tire system, promote the supply of gastric juices and in every way help digestion, Try a bottle today for Loss of Appetite, Headache, Indigestion and Malaria, Fever and Ague. Insist on H OSTETTER CELEBRATED STOMAOH BITTER For sale by tlenson, Smith & Co,, Ltd.; Holllster Drug Co., Ltd.; Chambers Drug Co., Ltd.; Hllo Drue Co.; and at all Wholesale Liquor Dealers. , AMUSEMENTS Park Theater Fort Street and Chaplain Lane Open Air Motion Pictures HAWAIIAN ORCHESTRA. Program Changed 3 TIMES A WEEK 3 Admission 10 cents Children ., 5 cents Reserved Seats 15 cenU ALOHA PARK OPEN AIR Motion Pictures OPPOSITE THE EMPIRE. Admission lOo Reserved ISo ARTTHEATER New Feature Film. A Bachelor's Supper Change of program three times a week Monday, Wednesday and Fri day, THE EMPIRE MOTION PICTURES Thorough ventilation, comfortable chain. TWO SHOWS DAILY. Admission 10c, 15c, 25c. E VERY DAY is the day to spend at HALEIWA. St. Clair Bidgood, Mgr. Call at Orpheum Saloon, and solve the Mosquito Question Madeira Embroideries MRS. ROSENBERG. YOUNG HOTEL INTERIOR ELECTRIC WORK. ELECTRIC SUPPLESS. Union Elcotrio Co., HARRISON BLOCK. SPECIAL DISPENSATION FOR APRIL. This is to your advantage. Look it up. JJU IT NUW, HARRISON MUTUAL ASSOCIATION Nos. Gft-71 Beretania St. Phone 411. BULLETIN ADS PAY s Mil PROSECUTOR WIN8ALL CASES Record of June Term Of Circuit Court At Lahaina HARTWELL KIND TO LANAI AND DISPLEASES MAKAYYAO Conradt Licensed in District Court Judge Kingsbury Celebrates and Goes Fish- ing. 0 (Special to the Ilulletln.) WAII.UKU, MAUI, June 2I, The Juno 1009 term of the Circuit Court held at I.ahalua, Maul, ended last Wednesday, and the criminal chlcndnr dlsixised of ns follows: Fetor Adams, thu ex-oltcp officer Indicted for extortion plead guilty to the chavre, nnd sentence In hln case was suspended for thirteen months, ho loses his civil rights nlso. It seems Mr. lVAdams ns u police odlcer broke into a gambling ulnce nnd arrested the Alleged gamblers about seven Japan ese, fixing ball nt five dollars each. They demurred and offered threo dol lars nplece, which the officer took and forgot to reisirt to his superior otneers, One of tlio particM arrested turned up In the district court next day to con test the case against him, claiming Hint he wan asleep nnd that the officer had wakened him nnd reqjilrcd him to put up ball money which ho did. Chong Moon Chung charged with burglary In tlio first defcreo plead guilty nnd was sentenced to servu two years In jail. Accused wnH tlio man who broku Into the Hawaiian Com mercial & Sugnr Company's Sprockets vlllo store nnd got away with some gold plated cuff buttons anil u revol ver during last March. Ah Ling, a Chinaman, Indicted for tlio offense of carnally abusing a fe male under the ago of twelve years, put up a hard light for liberty. His defence was Hint tlio case was "put up" against him by his wlfo nnd an other party with which she had taken up In order to get him out of tlio way. I). II. Caso was attorney for the de fendant ami made n strenuous fight for his client Tuesclny nnd Wednesday, when the Jury retired to consider their verdict. After deliberating over It for lioura they returned to the Court room for further Instructions, Intimating to the Court that thu Jury agreed that a crime lial been committed but that tlio evidence and law- were not so clear to the Jury on certain particulars. Tlio Court promptly adtlsed the Jury ou tlio disputed points, and within two minutes thereafter the Jury re-entered the Court room with their verdict nnd Ing the defendant guilty of an attempt to commit raiic. Thu Court sentenced the man to threo years Imprisonment. In the caso of Frank Ortls and Joint Loopoldo, duelling, and Hint of Tranlto I'ancto, larceny In tlio second degree, appealed from tlio Wnlluku district court, W. F. Crockett, attorney In both cases, mado stipulations to havo them heard during vacation at Walluku, Jury waived, amj will bo tried next Week. i.iiikoi rvaunani, larceny in tlio sec ond degree. Appeal from decision of the Mnloknl district court, was con tinued to the October 1909 Term, at Walluku. The County Attorney Jus. L. Coke. convicted every cusu Indicted by the (irnnd Jury nnd tried so fur this term. C. C. Conradt, Esq., of Iukoo, Molo kal, was examined and granted a license to practice law before illatrlct courts. Hartwell Was Kind. It seems Chief Justice Hnrtwelt, In vlow of thc conditions nnd circum stances surrounding, tlio I.aiinl com munity, considered favorably tlio uppll cation of Solomon Knhoohalahaln fot n license to practlco before district courts and Judge Kingsbury duly granted thu coveted llccnso to Solo mon, whose other long Hawaiian nnmo moans In English "The-Klcker." Went Out to Fish. Thu Court, thu prosecuting attor neys, the court officers and Jury-men wero well pleased with their sojourn In Lahaina. The Iiholna folks got up several social affairs for tlio benefit of thn laltors, nnd Judge Kingsbury Joluod a deep sea Ashing excursion headed by Dob Lludsey Tlio excur slonlstB met with worso than jioor luck A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forever PB. T. FELIX GQCRAUD'S ORIENTAL CREAM or magical beautifier TliniOVM Tin. riiDVlM,, ft !. Uutb Vat en 4, Mid CTtry BICIUUB buutjr. u4 (U Am dcUUloti. It huitmxl tbt Uit ct fti Tun, aoi la io barirtkM w tutttiUUauntl Is prapttf mjl Act till bouU'itt ftlt Of llDillM l f'Al 1 too ( pubii; will uu Uca. 1 taeonmtnt a flnyriiud'ti rrtNtn'it tbt IfMt harmful ef U tb klu prrparaituiii." ?r 1t y aU dnUfU audi aaej Uootfi IhaUrt In tut) UdU4 fatal , Caiiad m4 Xuro(4 JlBUHOrlUJ, Prep, 37 Etui J:n Strut, hntf 1st v m &w,"'r3', ) and hll Iho pilot blamed Dm current Ihe nlhcrn Inld tlirtr want of luck lu thu kind of bait used, but then there Is nn old saying that (lull worn conn to a king, the finny tribe probably class Judge same nn kings and keep away from both. Hartwell Refused It. The Chief Justice tins refused l0 r- commission the. second district magls Irate for Makawao, claiming that one Judge can hamlto thu entire Judklal work of that district. The residents of West Makawao do not agree with the Chief Justice, nnd they claim thu distance between Ihe Makawao Court hourc nnd the Hemitonia ortlon of the district to bo too great, and that It would, IjO a hardship to require wit nesses to travel such great distances to attend court. SOCCER PLAYERS ARE PRACTICING HARD. There was a fine practice game of soccer football yesterday afternoon nt Maklkl. A good bunch of play ers turned out, and some really good form wns shown by the men. Play started at fi:ir, nnd was continued for nbout an hour Kddle Fernandez was on the ground nnd drilled his men In the best possible manner. The team Is rapidly getting Into form, nnd the practice games are beginning to show fruit. It Is anticipated that the team will have no trouble in getting nway In time to catch the Manna Ken for Hllo on Saturday, and It Is hoped that no unfortunate will be left be hind. The following players turned out csterdny: Fernandez, Dwlght, Zlg Icr, Norton, llnlley, (irclg, llcckley nnd Catton. This bunch, together with several others, will mako th trip to Hllo fur sure. It. Chilling worth nnd J Clarke are pretty sure to Join Hie festive crowd on the Mauna Kea, and, taking It all to gether, the team will stand a lot of licking. HOTEL STEWART SAN FRANCISCO GEARY -STREET ABOVE UNION SQUARE JUST OPPOSITE HOTEL ST. FRANCIS EUROPEAN PLAN $1.50 A DAY UP AMERICAN-PLAN $3.00 A DAY UP A niw down town hottl. Sliol and brick structure. Futnlthid st s oott ot $150,000. Etiri comfort and content net. On eir linos trinsltrrlng to all pirts of ell;. Ormlbus moots ill trains and stumers. HOTEL STEWART Now recognized as Hawaiian Island Headquarters. Cable Address "TRAWETS." A B 0 Qnide. Vienna Bakery Boston Baked Beans. Boston Brown Bread. Leave orders a day ahead. 28 loaves of bread for S1.00. 1129 Fort St. Phone 197. Blame us .. REAL 82 S. King St. W A N T S TO LET. TO LET Furnished Hoom I'm one young man: large, alrt, electric lighted, bath, at YVnlklkl bench, ten min utes' Car ride to tit); board nevt door. Address A. V. T-, caie II u I I tit In. 4319-tt LOST. A medicine case; between Vlne)ard mi ilAsylum Uuad, reward If re turned to 1112 Nuuniiu St. 4349-lw English bulldog; halt brlndle. Ho ward If returned to George Hock ley, Diamond Head. 4U.IV tf A green swastlcka pin. Please leave nt Ilulletln ofllcq. 4342-tf WANTED Wanted lly a young Indy, position ns stenographer and typewriter. Address 1114, 1) u I I e 1 1 n office. 4311-tf Clean wiping rags at tbeDullettn of. flee. SITUATION WANTED. Strong Japanese, experienced chat feur, wishes position in prlv-ute family; understands repairs. Y. Hayafune, Hotel Nlshlmura. 1'hone SZ4. 4341-10t Japanese i'rlvato Cooking School Families or hotels supplied with cooks. C. M. Matzle, 1457 Auld Lane. Phone 1SC4. FOR SALE. House nnd 10 acres land; one-third cultivated; two new water tanks; in Kona; grape and coffee land; nil for SS00. Address HOC Knll hl Itoad. 4343-St 20,000 Cocoanuts Just arrived on schooner Concord, from Fanning Island. Miller Salvage Co. I'. O. Dox S27. 4285-tf Choice collection of stnmps (about 3.000). Address 1941 Ilulle tln office. tf BY AUTHORITY NOTICE. All persons having bills or claims against the Territory of Hawaii to Juno 30th, 1909, are hereby request ed to present the same to the several departments oMiurenus under which they were contracted on or before July 10th, ns the books nf the Ter ritory for tho present biennial period will be closed at the Auditing De partment on July 15th next, J. II. FISHER, Auditor Territory Hawaii. Honolulu, Junp 22, 1909. 4343-St KA1MUK1 PARK TRACT ! ' Lots in this tract are ' ' ' GOING FAST If yon want one you must ; " Buy Now For within two weeks we will have aold them all. , , AT ONCE You must act OR NEVER for not letting you know of a lost - ESTATE EXCHANGE, LTD. J . ? 1 Opposite Union drill. K of 1'. cottages, 2 story, new, Un ion street and Garden lane; close to business; no yard to keep up; no enr fare. Electrlu lights and gas. Apply to J. M. McChesncy, 1G Merchant street. 4319-lf Comfortable, quiet room, well ven tilated; cold and hot water; elec tric light; reasonable. Klchard St., next to Dr. Murraj's. 4338-tt Unfurnished cottage on lleretnnla St., opposite Hawaiian Hotel. Ap ply to II. C. Carter, Campbell lllock, Merchant St. 4344-1W At the end of car-Hue on the beach, furnished house; four bed-rooms; electric lights. Address "N," 1) u 1 1 e 1 1 n office. Furnished cottage; 3 bedrooms; gas; electric lights; mosquito proof; good location, Hoom 20C Judd building. 4345 tl Desirable, cool, mosquito proof rooms. Apply 230 King Bt., bet. Alakca and Hlclianlsiti. 4305-tt Hoom nnd board in private family. Inquire at 732 Klnnu street, near Alapal. Terms reasonable 4340-lm Cottage, Vineyard St.; 3 bedrooms; electric lights; J 17.50. Apply 1 48G Emma. 4347-3t Two furnished rooms. 1071A Like llko St., near Campbell Lane. Two furnished rooms. Apply Mrs. D. McConnell, 1223 Emma St. Furnished Cottnge at Cottage Grove. 4348-U FOR SALE. A largo property at the entrance to beautiful Fauao Volley, with clear stream ot mountain water running through It; one 8-room dwelling; ono live-room cottage; clectrla lights and modern plumbing; both houses thoroughly rcnoated. Entire proprty will be sold for less than the cost ot the buildings. Address "Home," this offlcc. 4331-tt A No. 4 Smith Premier Typewriter, full set of keys, light running, and in perfec condition, only $25. This is a s'nnp. Agents for the L. C. Smith Visible Typewriter. Tho most durable machine In the mar ket. Wo do first-class repairing; nil makes. C. W. Macfarlane & Co., Masonic Illdg; Phono 14S. 4344-tf A flno business opportunity for busi ness men. Address H. A., Bulle tin office, 4337-3w i ;i i ;-' :7i opportunity. L