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EVENING IIULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., FRIDAY, SEPT. 3, 1909.
German or Ficnch conversation
Kiiuianlcvil In 5 weeks. Address
Plot. Matthews, 70 Young lllilg.
Jnpincse Employment Association,
Niiuaou nnii Puuahl SK Call up
litiono 697 It ou want a cook,
Rood boy or servants.
Duiscnberg & Farrar, Architects, 62
03 Alexander Young Uulldlng.
Otto Oss Carpenter, Jobber and
Contractor. Phone 15C3. 1420
Victoria St. 4321-lm
Yee Sing Kee--Plumber and Tinimlth,
Smith St., net. Hotel and I'auahl.
For Walanae, WuUlua, Kahuku and
Way Stations 9: IB a. m , 3:20 p. m.
For I'carl City, Kwa Mill and Way
Stations 1 7: 30 a. a . 9:15 a, m,
11:05 n. m., 2:1S p. m, 320 p. in..
5:15 p. m J9:30 p. ni., tll:00 p. m.
For AVahlawa 9:15 a. m. and
"5:16 p. in.
Arrive Honolulu from Kahuku,
Walalua and Wnlanae '8:30 a. m..
..5:31 p. m.
Arrho In Honolulu fiom Ewa Hill
nd TeHrl City t7:4G a. m., 8:30
h. m 10:3S n. m, l.4a p. m, 4:31
l m, 5:31 p. ni, '7:30 p. m.
Arrlro Honolulu from Wahl&wa
8:36 n. in. and 5:il p. a.
t Ex. Sunday.
t Sunday Only.
Tho lldlelwa United, a iwohoui
train (only tlret class tickets hon
ored), leaves Honolulu every Sunday
at 8:22 a. tn.; returning, arrives lu
Honolulu at 10:10 p. m. Tho Limited
etoi s only at rearl City and Walanae
U P. DKNI80N. V. C. SMITH.
Chas. R. Frazier
tfhone 371. 122 King St.
manufactured from pure distilled wa
Ur. Delivered to any part of city ay
OASIU (CE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone 628.
At AU Watchdealen.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KING Sts.. HobaIvJo.
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25o per
hundred in 10-lb. lots
W. O. BARNHART,
133 Merchant St.
OF AIL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER.
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
ueen Street :: :: :: Honolulu,
m PhllUpe & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers
AMERICAN DRY GOODS.
FORT and QUEEN 8T8.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty.
663 S. BERETANIA ST.
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINERY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler wrk
and RIVITED PIPES for IrriFttion
put poses a specialty. Particular at
tentiou paid to JOB WORK, and re
pairs executed ct shortest notice.
P. H. BURNETTE
Com'r. of Deeds for California rod
New York; NOTARY PUBLIC:
Oiitnt Marriage Licenses; Draws
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leases, Wills. Etc. Attorney for the
District Coutts. 70 MERCHANT ST.
HONOLULU; THONE 310.
We make a specialty of repairing
AM, mokes ot tvpcvvrlleis, casn
registers mid adding machine.
Our rcimlr department Is the only
fully equipped ono In the Terri
tory. All work guaranteed. Ofllco
Supply Co., I.ad., Agents for the
Hemluglon Tvpovvrltor Co.
Woven Wire Mattresses repaired tt
the Factory Honolulu wire Bed
Co., 1260 Alapat St. Telephone
Piano taught in G months, $3 month
(S lessons). Special attention adult
beginners. "Teacher," llullctln idlco.
The Industrial Edition of the
Evening Bulletin, wrapped
ready for mailing, SO cents at B u 1 -1
e t i n olTlce
Beautiful pieces at very low prices.
Jewelers and Silversmiths.
137 MERCHANT STREET.
First-class residence property, sit
uated at Pawaa on King and Young
streets. Building in first-class or
der and connected with artesian wa
ter. Electric lHit and gas. Also
Kapiolani Park ots and improved
property at Haiula and other prop
King Street, Ewa of Fiihmarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE
Teiritorial Board of
Office 403 Stangewald Bldg.
'The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hour.
WINES, LIQUORS. AND CIGARI.
W. 0. 3EEGIN. Proprietor.
LUNCHES and DRINKI
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel St. near Fort
Jack Scully Jack Robert!
OHIO CLOTHES CLEANING CO.
132 Berctania St.
Ladies' and gents' clothes and
gloves cleaned. Contracts $1.50 per
month, four suits. Dyeing and dry
cleaning. Telephone 406,
Wo havu for sale Hack Bot Ranges,
bUo 4 to 9 ft.; llrldgo & Dcach
"Suporlor Slovesj" Quick Meal
and 1'orfectlon oil Btnvos; Farm
er's Hrollcra, Camp and Laundry
stoves. 1'hone 211. EMMELUTH
& CO.. LTD.. 145 Kins St.
The Industrial Editiou of the
Evening Bulletin, wrapped
ready for mailing, 50 cents at B u 1
lie tin office.
Promotion Committee Is
Doing Great Work
In recognition of Ills splendid ser
vices, I nominate as president of tho
Promotion Committee W. A. Hon en.
We can do no less than ask htm to
stand for ic-cloctlon.'
There was nothing left In the
way of an argument on that point
and Mr. How en was declared tho of
ficial head of the Committee for an
other )oar. II. II. Trent was aUo
elected treasurer unanimously.
In nominating II. P. Wood to sue
c4ocl himself as secretary, W. II.
Udors paid hi in a high compliment
on the work accomplished, nnd he
called nttcntlon to tho dcht of grnt
Itude due Mr. Wood for his untiring
efforts and success. It. II. Trent
seconded the nomination and spolto
highly of tho secrctarv's efforts.
The term ot J. L. McLean having
expired, he wns at once re-elected
for another jcar. Among other
things lu Secretary Wood's annual
report wero the following good
Honolulu, Sept. 2, 1009.
. How en, Chairman, Hawaii
Icnr SIC: As secretary of the
Hawaii Promotion Committee, I
would herewith submit my nnnunl
report. As )ou are aware, ninny In
fluences have hcen at work during
the past car advertising Hawaii
prohnhly In n moic thorough and of'
fectle mnnner thnn ever before. To
get the public continually thinking
and talking about any ono subject
results In effective actvci Using, ccn
though tho publicity may be obtain
ed by tinpleisnnt means, such, for
Instnnce, as tho recent strike. It Is
probablo that socral hundred
thousand more columns of newspa
per space have been given tn Hnwall
within the past few months thnn
ever before. During this period the
Plncapplo CI row cm' Association has
been conducting n well-organized
nnd effective campaign of publicity,
their attractive advertisements ap
pearing simultaneously in tho lend
ing monthlies nnd weeklies through
out the country. Clever Interviews
and general write-ups also appeared
In the dally press.
The doclopment of Hawaii as a
military stronghold Is also nttinct
Ing attention the world over.
The Hnwall exhibit at tho Alaska-Vukon-Pnclflc
Exposition Is proving
n great factor In rousing the North
west to tho nttraclons and advantag
es offcicd by tho Islands.
During nil this time nnd for sev
eral jenrs past tho Hawaii Promo
tion Committee has been steadily
cnrrjlng on Its propaganda, "Hawaii
for health, plcasuro and profit" be
ing the slogan adopted, until nt Inst
"A trip to Hawaii" fad has been de
veloped, and lnnsmui.li as every vis
itor returns to the mainland un en
thusiastic hoopter for tho Islands the
itpple ot discontent with less pleas
ant surioundlngs Is spreading, and
those living In tho lands ot hot sum
mers and blizzard winters are com
ing to icnllzo nt last that ono does
not have to succumb tu sunstroke or
frcezo to death In ordor to cntel
Paradise, tho modern way of getting
out ot tho Valley of Discontent Into
tho Land of Happiness being afford
ed by a trip to Hawaii. Onco bare
nnd cheerless Diamond Head is pass
ed, a region of enchantment Is be
fore the tinvclcr, nnd, what Is best
of nil, theio will ho no disappoint
ment, for Hawaii never disappoints.
The activities of tho committee
have been many and constant during
the past jour, and it Is a pleasure to
bo alilo to report that In no similar
period have the evidence of success
been so thotoughly satisfactory.
A total of about 375,000, or up
win ill of 1,000 pieces of advertising
matter for each day lu the jenr have
been distributed over our counter1,
hv mall and oxprcss, whlla large
shipments linvo been mado to the
mainland by freight and then care
While this distribution represents
n largo expenditure and Is all that
our means lias permitted, wo could,
with advantage, plucu ten times this
nuiiibei of folders annually mid then
but partially cover tho United States
llcsldes tho matter enumerated, wp
hnve sent out about 75,000 copies of
lour weekly news sheet, 40,000 circu
lar lotters, 25,000 postal cards, be
sides several thousand copies of
marked papers, These have gone nil
over tho world.
There Is not it public llbinry in
the United States or Canada, not an
American Consulate even In the
most out-of-the-way place whero the
latest Information concerning Ma
wall inn) not bu had.
With each edition we huvo en
deavoied to Improve our folders, not
attempting uuv thing lu the wa) of
rl.ihor.ito iKpeiifclvci souvenlis, but
lonllnliu; joiirbelves to nttrnctlvely
Illustrated, carefully edited pamph
lets containing Just such Informa
tion ns experience has taught us
that the public Is seeking.
Among other special publications
recently gotten out is n leaflet In
English, Trench nnd German which
we nre distributing at Colombo with
good effect. Wo believe this partic
ular piece of work will materially
Increase stopovers on the part of
trans-Pacific trnvel from the Orient
I'red llaskin's Intensely Interest
ing description of Hawaii we had
printed on a special mailing card and
tent out to some 10,000 rnllwaj and
steamship passenger agents through
out the United States and Canada.
Tho distribution of the Crossroads
of the Pacific map has been contin
ued until today tlicro Is scarcely an
excursion bureau, steamship or rail
way ofllcc tho world over on whoso
waits the map may not be found
Probably the circular letter, quick
est to bring results, wns the one we
sent out to somo ono thousand phv
slclans throughout the United States
and Cannda calling attention tn our
unrivaled climatic and health condi
tions. Tu this letter a great many
replies have been received.
The new edition Guide to Honolu
lu nnd the guides and maps of tho
Islands of Kauai, Oaliu, Maui and
Hawaii have hcen lu great demand,
nnd while the (list Island Uuldcs
were more or less Impel feet, errors
nro being eliminated, and future
editions may be expected to come up
to tho high standard we have adopt
ed for all ot our publications.
The special folders In re oppor
tunities for study in Hawaii which
we sent out to a selected list uf ten
thousand tcachcis, has proved very
effective; n number of teachers have
been spending tho summer In Hn
wall an a result of this effort, nnd
we believe Hint It is going to result
in nn Increasingly large exodus of
mainland teachers to the Islands
during the summer months In the
ycarB to come.
Tho distribution ot the 1909
riornl Porndo poster was well ar
ranged, but wo havo completed plans
for n iniiclr wider nnd more effective
distribution of tho poster advertising
the 1910 I'lornl Parade, This poster
wus prouauiy completed uy wiu eim
of August, and Inasmuch as tho Eu
ropean distribution will bo made for
us by Harry Mist, It Is probablo that
tho posters are even now going out,
each lot being accompanied by n
special letter prepared and sent out
to Dresden some time since. Ilesldes
securin gn thorough distribution of
tho poster, we hope by the plan pm
sued to get more closely In touch
with European tourist bureaus, ho
tels, tallynw and steamship offices.
Among other pamphlets sent out
during tho past 5 ear wero n largo
number of copies of Governor Frcar's
most valuable icport, also the report
on Homo Making In Hawaii by F. 11.
Newell of tho Reclamation Service
of which we havo distributed fully
flvo thousand copies.
I am deeply gratified at being
nblo to icport that more nnd more
of our own people when making
trips nvvay take with them u full
supply of folders, for which they in
variably find a gicat demand. A
large number of addi esses nre also
being handed lu from day to day by
residents of Hawaii, which Is n ma
terial help to us In our work ot nd
vcitislng Hawaii's attractions
The current iccclpts of tho com
mittee for tho jear amounted to
S18,flC2.31, exceeding tho expendi
tures ,s 17,30.25, by 11 difference of
We hnve had representatives nt
tho different national ((inventions
who kindly distributed large quan
tities ot folders descriptive ot Ha
waii. W. II. llnbbltt did excellent work
along this Hue nt tho Irrigation Con
vention at Spokane.
Tho Rev. Xnkulnn distributed a
vat amount ot matter nt the last nn
nunl meeting ot the Christian En
deavor Society, and wo nre now co
operating with this gentleman lu tin
endeavor to bring the 1915 convcu
tlnn to Honolulu.
W. A. lirjun did splendid work
for us nt Philadelphia, both In lccv
hiring and by tho distribution of
folders in his efforts to bring to Ho
nolulu tho 1910 ((invention ot tho
American Association for tho Ad
vancement of Science.
Through tho couitcsy of tho secre
tary, Mr. Frauds, 11 direful distribu
tion was mado of our matter at the
twentieth annual session nt the
tiiins-MlsslhstppI Common Inl Con
gicss just concluded nt Denver,
Wo hnvo been represented at oth
er conventions, besides iiumcious
slate fairs nnd similar gatheiings.
Paul Super, secretary of the Y. M.
C. A., did somo splendid pmmotlon
work vvhllo nbBcnt on tho mainland.
Charles A, Hon hns been at work
at Cho)cnno and elsewhere
Tho cffnit made by tho committee
to get the differ! nt Atlantic and Pa
cific steamship companies, as well as
tho transcontinental rallwdvs, to In
clude books on Hawaii In tho librar
ies on boaid tho steamships and
trains Is meeting with splendid suc
cess. Wc have also received much en
couragement In getting the leading
dealers tu hiiiteiu slides, etc,
thioughoiit thu u 01 Id to Include sets
of Hawaiian views In their stock ot
5. E. KANE DEAD
tt Wallukti, Maul, Sept 2. Hon. W
It 8. K. K11I110 died at his Walluku tt
tt homo Wcdtiesdaj afternoon. Tho tt
tt funeral will bo hold today H
tt The ljon, S. E Knluo was ono tt
tt of the ablest unci most respected tt
It native Ila-.vallans of Maul Ho tt
tt served with great credit In the tt
tt Territorial Senate, having been tt
It elected as a Home Ilnler. He tt
tt wns later elected ns a Hepubll tt
tt can to the Hoard of Supervisors tt
tt or the County of Mn'nl, hut owing tt
tt to continued III health was not tt
tt n factcu In the last campaign ti
tt Mr Kalup was a very staunch tt
tt Itovallst In tho old dnys and K
tt stood by tho Queen until annex- tt
tt ntlou mado the cnuso of Indt- tt
St icndenco hopeless. He then tt
tt Joined with the citizens of his tt
tt rncu to advance the IntcrcstB tt
tt of the Territory to the best of his tt
tt ability. tt
such goods. We hope booh to supply
all of these houses with two or three
twenty-minute lectures on Hnwall.
Dm lug nil of the other work, the
pos-lblllty of excursions to Hnwall
has not been lost sight of, nnd todn
the prosprrtB nro most encomnglng
for two, If not three, large excur
sions to Hlto nnd Honolulu the com
Trnvel to Hawaii last winter sur
passed that of any previous winter,
and, much to the surprise of nil,
there has been no let up even during
the mm illy dull months of summer.
Evcr.vthlng point to a Btlll heavier
travel tor next season.
As 1111 cxamplo of the heavy vvoik
of the offlce, hv the l.urtlne, sailing
today, wo me dispatching n largo
shipment of advertising mnttcr by
freight, besides fully ono thousand
letters and packages of folders
through the malls. The freight ship
ment Is for redistribution nt San
Francisco nnd will bo largely used
In renewing our supply of folders nt
different points 011 the mainland.
Dining the past ear the mem
bers of the committee have met reg
ularly each week, besides giving
much of their time on other dnjs to
an earnest united effort to advance
tho best Interests of Hawaii.
II, P. WOOD,
Honolulu, September 2, 1D09.
NEW AUTO STAND
The Honolulu Automobile Stand,
under tho management of Mcsars.Geo.
C. Hecklcy, Jr., nnd C. H. IJehn, Is now
open for business. Their new garage,
only JiiBt completed, nt th corner of
Alakca and Hotel streets. Is ono of
tho best In tho city and In addition to
their already flue lot of curs, among
them n Packard Landniilct, they havo
ordered a number of tho latest 1910
model, seven seated Stoddard Da) tons
and Pnckards, these last named cars
being now en tho way. llnth Mr.
Hecklcy ami Mr. Helm nro old hands
nt tho business and tho public Is for
tunate lu having placed at Its disposal
an automobile scrvlco equal to any cm
f-or Rent" cirdi on sale at
ha Bulletin oftlca.
Enter the Kingdom
Of your own home. Some rare
chances that you don't find every
Near Dominis; 0 rooms
and 'bath $5,000.00
Lunalilo St., corner
Six rooms and bath, a
beautiful home 4,900.00
Diamond Head, 110x200;
a rare bargain - 4,750.00
Six rooms and bath; an
ideal bungalow 3,200.00
Near Country Club; 10
rooms and bath; acre
of ground 3,200.00
Emma St., Near Vineyard
Six rooms & bath; right
down town 2,750.00
Near Makiki St.; five
rooms. Lot 50x120. . 2,500.00
Near Waialae Road; five
rooms and bath. Lot
50x236. Don't miss
Six rooms and bath. Lot
112x150. Cost $3,000.
Owner needs money. . 1,000.00
Fort St., Near School
Six rooms. Rent $10.00
per month. An invest
Four rooms. Worth
Call in and tee us. Always glad
to show our list.
REAL ESTATE EXCHANOE, LTD.
Phone 152, , 82 King St.
Young man stenographer nnd tjpo
vvrller for plantation ofllcc on
Hnwall. Address Z. D, this of
A loan of $2,000 on gilt-edged teal
estate security. Address 1S45,
An experienced lady hat trimmer.
Address K. Fukuroda, Hotel St.
Clean wiping rags at tho Uulletln of
fice. An office bo).
Address A, this ofTlco.
Japanese Private Cooking School
Families or hotels supplied with
cooks. C. M. Matzle, 1457 Auld
Lane, Phone 16G4.
A )Oung man desires n position as
stenographer and typewriter; flvo
years' experience. Address 3 N'..
llullctln office. 4399-lw
Wanted Hy n young lady, position
as stenographer and typewriter.
Address 1114, Uulletln office.
Automobile chauffeur wishes post
tlon. Address It , this office.
WANTED TO BUY.
Wanted to Huy A cottage within
walking distance, of town. Would
pay $1,500.00 cash. No agents.
Address I). II., this office 439C-tf
Position ns stenographer by joung
ninn, 110 objection to country.
Address L. E , this office. 4104-21
Stra)cd or stolen from vicinity of
Thomas Square, small whlto ter
rier puppy, with Mire on left car.
Return to this ofllco nnd rccclvo
In tho Aqutrlum, Saturday, n whlto
linen belt, with white Ivory carved
buckle. Reward at Uulletln
Gray hoi so, marked F. II. Del, on
pa) men t of this nd and expenses,
Club Stables, Ltd. 4403-3t
A lady's belt. Owner can havo tho
samo by proving property nnd
paying for this nd. 4381-tt
Mrs. . M.TAYLOR
Alexander Young Building.
We are in line with the
best assortment of
In the market. All makes.
Perfumed and Plain. '
Just ask for the kind yon
Lehnhardt's Candies always
Xing and Fort Sts.
Edward Everett Hale
BROWN & LYON CO., LTD.
Mr and Mrs. Hashimoto,
178 BERETANIA AVE., neav EMMA
Bath and Electrical Treatment.
Desirable mosqulto-proot rooms and
board for gentlemen. "The Mac
donnld" New Uungalow, Punn
boil Street. 4380-tt
Furnished House 15 rooms; nt
Wnlklkl; $30 a month. Apply C
It, Hoe, Ilerctnnln nnd Richard.
Lnrgo furnished rooms for ladles,
with or without board. Mrs. F. D.
Wlcke, 1245 Uerctanla Ave.
Two furnished rooms. Apply Mrf.
D. McConnell, 1223 Emma St.
,V THEATRE FOR SALE in the cen
ter of the clt), with comfortable
chairs and complete moving picture
outfit Will scat over 600 people.
A bargain. The Fleet will nrrlvo In
two weeks nnd this Is an excellent
opportunity to make n harvest. In
quire Heal Estate Exchange. 82 S.
A few first mortgages on renl estate;
12 per cent net; money Invested
on Income bearing piopcrty; nh
bolutc security; In sums from
$100 upward. P. E. Strauch. At-torney-at-law,
Walty Hldg., 74 S.
King St. 43S5-U
Ferns Australian nnd other varlo
tles; also logs, baskets, begonias
and stcphnotls plants. For par
ticulars call on Miss Johnson, Fort
street, near Vicuna Hakery
Six II. P. Locomobllo engine, with
fittings for launch; cheap. lr
particulars apply 1GC9 Dcach
Pedigreed Fox Terrier puppies. A.
It. nownt, D. V. S., 777 King St.
Second-hand surry for sale. Apply
Waterhousc Trust Co. 4381-tt
FOR SALE KAIMUKI DISTRICT.
Almost new house, 4 rooms, bath,
lot 50x110-8 feet improved, a pret
ty home, fine view ocean and city,
near Sixth avenue. Price $1,800.
Another, and this one is just what
you are looking- for. A real bar
Rain; up-to-date style bungalow, 5
large rooms; both wide verandas;
two lots, 50x232 feet; large front
lawn planted with hedges, plants,
many kinds of fruits. Honolulu
1 can't produce a better for the money
for home or investment. Price
$2,200. Picture nt offlce.
PACIFIC COAST REAL ESTATE CO.
F. B. Munroe Mgr.
848 Kaohumanu St.
Boston Baked Beans.
Boston Brown Bread.
Leave orders a day ahead
28 loaves of bread for $1.00.
1129 Fort St. Phone 197.
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Suits for $23.
Levy's for Groceries
YOUNG LADIES WANTED
learn the hairdressing trade.
Fort and Berctania Sts,
Sold by the Pound.
Envelopes to match.
A. B. ARLEIOH & CO., LTD.
Hotel St., 0pp. Union.
MRS, ROSENBERG. Y0UN? HOTEL