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:WH?WPr J 1 t r - v " EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, THURSDAY, JAN. It, 1912. .."" .TTJt'"' ,.,, Tan () J. ,, BUj-" , .7Vgl ' 1 , ' t r I . -.-i r WANTS SITUATION WANTED. Enitlnrcr rncclianlc uintn Job. Guoil iill.rnunil limn; strictly sober. Naval ilockytud experience. Address "K. 0. 0.", Ilullelln olllcc. 6128-lW TO LET. Mosciulto - proof cottnRo. furnished; screened lunulslcciilngqunrtcrs; bath mid shower. 1050 lierctanta St. Ap ply 1019 Ilcrctntila tit. GU79-U UnfurnMied n-lieilroom houno on car line. Uuh mid electric lights. V. 1. Hilton, llllllct 111 olllcc, between 12 Hint 1. 6125-tf Ui'pnruniii house, unfurnished; $20 per month. Moiiiulto proof. 1881 Kiihikiiuu Ave. 5128-tf Mow furnished eottnKo; all complete Address J. Itock, 0th Ave. and I'alolo. G127-tf The property known as the Wilder building, corner of Fort and Qutn streets. Dimensions 11x61. The build ing will be remodeled to suit tenant Apply to C Urower Co., Ltd. ROOM AND BOARD. Furnished room and board In private house, walking distance from post otneo. Address "U. 11.", Bulletin of fice, 6038-tf TIIH ARGONAUT Rooms 12; with liourd, 835. C27 Beretanla St.; Phone 1.108. Mrs. J. A. Doylo, proprietor. 49U-U Furnished rooms, with board, at llus tacn cottage, Wa'klkl. Gentlemen only. 5056-tf Nlc ly - furnished rooms with board. Apply 1366 King St.; Phono 2699. ANNOUNCEMENTS. PHOBT SALOON Flno wines and liq uors. Call and sea us. K. Snsnkl, prop. Beretanla and Mnunakca Sts. 4958-3m Flowers, I.cls to order at Julia Kills klela, I'auiihl and Nuuanu; Tel. 3176. 6014-6m AUTO REPAIRINQ. Ben C. Ollvclra Automobile expert Itcsldcnco phono 2968; office phone StibA, Ofllco 137 Merchant St 6076-tf AUTOS. For hire, soven-scatod Packard. Phone 2511. Toung Hotel Stand; Charles " Reynolds. 4540-tf BUY AND SELL. Diamonds, watches and Jewelry bought. sold and exchanged. J. Carlo, Fort St, 4752-tf BICYCLES. "Tried and true" Famous Tierce cy cles. For salo by S. Miyamoto. Bi cycle supplies and repairing. All makes; now and second band. 182 King St 448-ly CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. George Yamada, general contractor. Estimates furnished. 208 McCandless Bldg.; Phone 2157. EMPLOYMENT OFFICE. Japanese Employment Oftlec Ito, Iter etiinla St., nr. Punchbonl. Phone SG68. 5129-tf Japanese cook, waiter, yurd boy. Mat miinnlo, 900 Alakea St., near King. Phono 1756. 5070-tt T. FuJImoto, Klnau Employment Office; Phone 1870. 4896-tf ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING. Pacific Electric Co. Motor and dynamo repairing a specialty. Motors and generators of all capacity for sale. 134 S. Beretanla St.; To1. 3132. 4899-tf LIVERY 8TABLE. First-class livery turnouts at reason able rates. Territory Livery Stable, 348 King; phone 2638. SURGEON CHIROPODIST. Dt Illrch Odlce, Manufacturers' Shoe Slore, Fort St, Phono 1782. 6039-tt Victor Talking; Machines HmM on t-us moiilhlj payments. UERGSTROM MUSIC CO. Odd Fellows' Block Thayer Piano Co. STEINWAY AND OTHER PIANOB 166 Hoi. I Street Phone 2311 TUNING GUARANTEED WANTED. We lead, othem follow," In the manu facture of carbonated bevrragea. One price to all. Kreo delivery. rtione 3022. Honolulu Soda Water Co., Ltd., 34A North Beretanla St.; Chas. H. Frasher, manager. 4ttl-tf l'onltlotv us BtenoBrapher, typewriter ii nil assistant bookkeeper by middle aged man. Eleven years In last place! temperate, reliable. Address "A. A.", nullctln. 612G-5t Railway mull clerks. Honolulu exam inations announced Jan. IE. Bample questions free. Franklin Instltuto, Dcpt. 45C-K, Rochester, N. Y. 6081-lm Huokblndcr - Position for n good man can be had at the Bulletin Publish ing Co , Alakoa St. Apply foreman. Small furnished cottage. In Kallht or Palama district. Address "Ii M. O.". this olllcc. G128-6t Good tailor, bushelcr and prenser. United Tailors, Kaplolanl Bldg, Ak kra St. 5071-tf Linotype Operator for night work, Ad dress Bulletin olllcc. 5125-51 L08T.. Knight Templar and 32ml Degreo Ma sonic emblem, Friday, between Ka huku and Wululua. Kindly return to Theo. Davles Co.'s hardware depart ment, Honolulu, und receive liberal rcnurd. 6064-tf FURNISHED ROOM FOR RENT. THE VILLA, 1269 Fort St. Furnished rooms. Electric lights, shower baths; all rooms open on veranda. Clean, cool und light. Hates: 810 per month. 12.50 per week, 75 cents per night. Telephone 2505. 5067-tf THE ELITE Furnished rooms. Hotel St , opposite- Young Cafo. Newly-renovated and refurnished. Under new management. T"rms reasonable. Lo cation central. 5034-tf No. 73 Beretanla St. Electric light and running water In each room. Price reasonable. J, H. Townsend. proprietor. 4170-tf FOR BALE. Nice bungalow at KalmukL location beautiful; fine homes adjacent Will sell cheap for cash or on cusy terms. See Walter 11. Bradley, care Kal mukl Land Co, Ltd., Box 420. The Transo envelope a time-saving Invention. No addressing necessary In sending out bills or receipts. Bui letln Publishing Co., sole agents for patentee. tf New 5-room bungalow, Kallhl; lot 04x218 $2000; easy terms. Don dero ft Lansing, 81 Merchant St.; Phono 2653. 4U-tf Bargains In real .state, on sea-shore, plains and hills. "Pratt." 101 Stan genwald Bldg.; Telephone 1601. Furnished house, five rooms; privilege of renting house Both reasonable. Opposite Normal School. 6028-tf Remington typewriter No. 7, In first class condition. P. O. Box 114, Ho nolulu. 8012-tf Selected Caravonlca wool cotton seed. A. V. Gear, 1214 Fort St; P. O. Box 404. 43-tf Bargalni In Ocean View lots. Address Jas. Bock, 9th Ave. and Palolo. 6127-tf Inter-Island and Oahu Railroad ship ping books, at Bulletin office. tt Upright Fisher piano; Young St. cheap. 1513 6128-r,t FOR 8ALE OR FOR RENT. Six-room house. Punchbowl slope. Cool, convenient, well-planned; on carllno. Inquire after 4 p. m. at 1327 Pensa coin St. 5093-tt Pioneer Evaporated Milk (Unsnectcncd) The Beit Milk You Can Use AT ALL DEALERS PINECTAR WAS AWARDED HIGHE8T HONORS At the recent California Stat. Fair held ut Sacramento: A GOLD AWARD A BLUE RIBBON AWARD and A CA8H PRIZE OWL CIOAE K0W Ii . A, UXIX ft 00. AiuU Santa Claus has brought those ling Lighters renin and see them before they are gone. J.A.R.Vieira&Co. JEWELERS 113 HOTEL ST. Use Pure Prepared Paint Tho Paint With Wearing Qualities Lewers & Cooke. Ltd. 177 80. KINO 8T. a. p. Mcdonald, Contractor and Builder Estimates given on all kinds of building. Cencret. Work a Bp.elalty AUAHI TqEET. NEAR NUUANU E. O. HALL A BON, LTD. Cor. King and Fort Bit, HONOLULU Hardware, Paints and Oils, Ship, ch.ndltry, 8toves, Crockery, Glas.war. and Kiteh.n UUntils; Sportlnu Goods, Guna. R.volv.ra and Ammunltiofi. R0SA& CO. Good Old Guckenheimer Pure Rye Bottled In Bond JULES PERCHARD8 & FILS' CALIFORNIA SPARKLING WINEB W. Deliver to Any Part of th. City PHONE 3181 ROSA & CO., Alakea and Oueen Itreeti l acific J a loon XTJfO AND NUtlANTJ STREETI PRIMO BSR Rainier Beer 101 IAU AT ALl 1AJU Telephone 2131 You'll tad they're all food tows her. fal "It's the Fashion it Hotel nr. Fort D. H. Datiei. frop DVERTISE If your worth advertising then advertise it for sale. In any case ADVERTISE. WtAR WHILE PACING HFjtfe lauims wxv mmj NO 8ECURITY J. CARLO, 1117 FORT 8TREET Special Sale BUY NOW 10 TO 50 REDUCTION Weedon's Emporium, YOUNO BUILDING Mln Entrancei Near Hotel Street And Weedon's Bazaar 1140 FORT 8TREET Silva'sToggery "The Horn, of Good Clothes" KING 8TREE7 NEAR FORT HIHIIWiBaBHsBBBBlBMBBHBHiHiliHHIBB1 MUmi tW tflfl a 1 1 . W 1 1 1 .". It .' l"i ' fii rJ .' itTK J. E. R0CHA THE EXPERT TAILOR MOVE8 TO THE ELITE BUILDING FEBRUARY FIRST Store Formerly Occupied by Milton Parsons Mrs. M. Ferreira DRESSMAKER 1141 FORT ST., NEAR CONVENT Formerly with Miss WiioiUrd Just opened up, new TAILORED SUITS and SILK EMBROIDERED MARQUISETTES for Evening Gowns. AIo TAILORED SHIRT-WAIST8. Mrs. F. Zeave 66.67-68 Young Building Hand Laundry Work The Most Delicate Garments Laundered Without Injury ABADIE'8 FRENCH LAUNDRY 777 King Street Telephone 1491 MaglcOpaqu. Mirroseop.s Transparen cies, ruatcards or l'hutos. Hawaii S. South Seat Curio Co, Honolulu Drug Co. Free Delivery Within All R.aionabl. Limits 1024 FORT ST. TELEPHONE 1364 NEW DRUG STORE BODA WATllIl FOUNTAIN HAWAII DRUG CO. 42 Hotel Street, at and of Bethel ell Stocked with New Drug, and Novelties your business. business is not Kwv 'tKVit'--:LillW..WreA IK k Cable News CAN HANDLE (Annnclatrit rress Cable.) NANKINO, China, January 10.-In n formal note addressed to the rcprij sentatUcs of all the forclp.ii powers l'lcsldrnt Sun Yat Sen today declar ed that there Is absolutely no need for the pretence of troops nlons tho line of the Tlen-Tsln railroad. The note assured the powers that tho republican government Is jierfeit ly capable of handling the situation at present and that It would sec to It that the lino of communication la kept open to tho sen. It added that the repiihlUanH would not permit any tampering with tho road. In conclusion the note stated In po-i-ltho terms that in the opinion of the republican odklnls, ioan would be restored to the nation within the spaic of thirty days, or iwrhaps less Tho note Is taken here to mean that Doctor Sun Yat Sen lias had some private Information which lie Is not willing at present to make public. Its tone of assurance Is Its most c hlrnt feature. f()Hl'Oll.lTIOS XKVIlll 1IKAHH OK SIIKHMAX ACT WASHINGTON. I). C. Jnnuary 10. Andrew Carnegie, the steel king, today testified before the commlttco now ImcMlgatlnK the steel tniBt Much of Mr. Carnegie's testimony was an attatk upon the hanking system of the United States, which lie de nounced a disgrace to civilization. He urges legislation to carry out the plans of the Aldrlcli currency reform Iden. He declared In heated terms that tho country was at tho mercy of ar chaic conditions that must he reme died If recurrent panics were not to sap the life of the nation. If the bill ns framed by ex-Senator Aldrlcli he comes a law mill Mr Carnegie, the country will hae a bulwark against panics. The former steel King laughed at the Sherman law, declaring that the railroads of tho country had Ignurcd It and tho big corporation were "tin iiware of Its existence until the re cent decision of tho Supremo Court.' Ho denied that the trusts have Ik-cm receiving rebates until recently. KQUITAIILK SAVES OVKIt KITTY MILLIONS NEW YORK. January 10. After working continuously for hours in their efforts to rescue some of the vast hords of securities held In the vaults of the Kqultahtc Assurance Company, llremen late today managed to save about fifty million dollars' worth of negotiable securities. It Is helleed that them are still In the neighborhood of half n billion dollar In recurltleH nnd Hjp'eclo In the vaults Tho great steel vnults arc beginning to show tho effects of the llerro heat The concrete walls aro crumbled nnd tho steel of the outer covering Is warped. It Is thought that several days will elapse before tho workers can t-avo the remaining securities, hut It Is believed that ultimately they will bo rescued. Tlie flro department Is pouring wa ter on the building In steady streams. Tho llurrlman records containing the names and nddresscs of 10,000 stockholders have been lost in the fire. o surcussoH TO TO KHK.M'll I'llKMIKIt TARIS, Krance, January 10. Tho French cabinet has resigned In tho midst of the row over the appoint ment of Deliasse ns minister of for eign affairs. This follow closely ou the trouble, on tho .Morocco question, and leaves that situation In tho nlr No HUiccssor has as yet been suggest ed for M. Chlllauv, the premier, al though n strong faction is pressing for the promotion of M. Delcasse, The Herman and Kngllsh press contain long leaders on the Krrnrh situation Union riots became so bad there to day that tho military reserves and special police were called out. CAI'TAIX POTTS HKTS AITOIXTJIKM' WASIIINT.TON. January 10. Or ders were Issued hero today appoint lug Capt. Tempi In Morris I'ntts, at present chief Intclllgenin ofllier of the Navy, to tho post nieupled by Rear-1 Admiral William I'arker Poller aid fop personnel to fJeorge Dewey, adml-j nil of the Navy. Admlrnl Potter has been suffering for some time now from Injuries he received some months ago. Ho has asked for and been granted ifoiir months lcao of absence. In which to recuperate Admiral Potter, Is llflh on the list of admirals. j IHIIVI.Mi IIIK PIIOIIK. INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana, January 10. Scores of witnesses In tho dyna lulling cases havo been siibiioenaed from New York, Pennsylvania, Ill'l nnls nnd Iowa. Tho federal grand Jury is spending ocral hours each day going Into the mass of evidence (olleiteil by tho V. J Hums National Delectlvo Agency. MOMiOMA IIIICOd.MZKII. ST. PCTKHSllUrta, Russia, Janu- me ADVICE TO WOMEN nc fr Illness, nro Invited tn promptly com- wtimcatn wmi .Mrs. rinkii.un ni i.win. Mass. All Icttcrsnrc received, opened, read nnd answered by women. A uo- m.iii can ireeiytniK of her privnto Ill ness to a woman; thus has liecn es tablished this con flilciirii between Mrs. I'lnkliam ami tho women of Amerlra which lias never lieen broken. Kumt has aim nuh. lislicd a testimonial or ummI a letter without tho written consent of tho writer, and never has tho Company allowed theso ronlldetitial letters to pet out of their possession, as tho hundreds of thousands of ilicm In their files will attest. Out of tho vast volume of experienco which Mrs. I'lnkliam lias to draw from, It Is more than posslblc'tliat slio lias gained tho veryitiiowledgo needed In your rase. Slio askH nothing In re turn except your Rood will, and her nilrk-o has helix-d thousands. Surely any woman, rich or ioor, should bo glad to tako advantage of this gener ous offer of assistance. Address Sirs, rinkliam, ram of J.mII. E. I'lukham Medicine Co., Lynn, '.Mass. Kvrry woman ought to linvo J.vclln. i:. l'lnklinin's 80-pntro Text I look. It Is not n lionk fur ircncrnl distribution, hh It Is (oo expensive. It Is free nnd only ohtnliialilo by until. Write for It today. nry 10. It was formally announced hero today that the Car's goern ment has decided tn recognize the In dejiendence of the C'IiIiicmj province of Mongolia which recently declared Its Independent e. SIII'STKIt M.'AI.N UMMIIVrai TO l'KIIMA OKKH'K ST. l'UTKHHIU'lU!. Russia, Janu ary 10. The goerntuent. It Is report ed, wns today Informed that the Ame rican, Sinister, has again been ap pointed a minister In the Persian nil ministration. HKKINKII SI'IUU IIHOl'S. Ni:V YORK, January 10. The price of refined sugar dropped ten cents a hundred pounds in tho mai l.el here today. I'll Idle spirited men and uoinen nrr planning In d ecu rale automobiles for the Floral l'uraclr. Arc jou one of llieml DUNCAN'S GYMNASIUM G. M. DUNCAN HB Beretanla St., opp. Royal Hawaiian I'HONK 3521 Hot.l Typewriter Repairs All maket of Typewriters repaired, Work of the bctt and guaranteed. A. B. ARLEIGH & HOTEL, NCAR FORT Hotel, Near Fort C O. THE Crossroads Bookshop, Limited Successors to Brown & Lyon Co., Ltd. ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING "Everything In Book." For GENERAL OFFICE STATION. iRY and FILING SYSTEMS, eall or write to ut and we will fill your wants. Office Supply Co., Ltd., 931 FORT STREET 70? ni V jaJi"Tk. LaallllllllllB ' SZaaaaaaaaaaisaA PWafi.fianJ U then a Typewriter to rear office not worktai r Or, U yea oee4 ta adfltlonUoneT Intrthercaie.lt is a laruif for you to get acquainted with our little Want Ada. They talk to thousand! every day. In a day or two they will find a Buyer for the machine that U not worklnj In a day or two thty will Buy Juit the tnichlne that yon want, at a bargain. Let our little Want Ad HuiUin take care of these details. It meani doUixe to you. Think It ore. Read and Answer r Today's W.ant Ads. r!?T5!T ABE MARTIN -Ael Too crimpy fer white shoes, but a girl would freeze t death if It wut all th' rsge. All work an' no vacation makes Jack n invaluable employe. I'W C. Q. Ycc Hop & Co. MEAT MARKET AND IMPORTCRS Telephone Ns. S461 Clothing and Shoes Yee Chan & Co. Bethel and King Street. Kam Chong Co. GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS Fort and Beretanla FINE LINE OF DRY Q00DI WAH YING CHONG CO., King Street, Ewa Fiihmwktt Wing Chong Co. rare it. iai iitmi Dealers in Furniture. MattrtiKt, ite.. tto. All kinds of K0A and Mil HON FURNITURE made to order. IMPORTERS OF ORIENTAL fJOODI Wing Wo Tai & Co. 41 Nuuanu, near King Itrtti PHONES 1020 FINEST FIT And Cloth of Al Quality Cm b Purchased from SANG CHAN M0 0ANDLE8B BLDQ. g. 0. Box 961 Telephone 1711 . Crepe Goods COTTON CREPE SHIRT8, KIMONO! AND PAJAMAS H. MIYAKE, 1248 FORT ST, ABOVE BERETANIA Y. TAKAKUWA COMMISSION MERCHANT Japanese Provltiont and General Merchandiee NUUANU ST., NEAR KING 8T. Tips On Baying or SdBng m Second-hand TyptwtUm tsanr i i f$ -1 H .t I 1 '"iiMihiiWfr1 ii tit " ;&M y.j.iA,A.ifa .Mii lirt nJtwtiLw. . a ..,;, utii i jiUlV: . i- .-