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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, FRIDAY, MAR. 22, 1912.
Tlie house anil lot now occupied by
Mr. C. V O Decrlng on Klnau Hi.,
City. roHxpunloii given May 1, 1912.
I 'or imrtlculnrit minly to Cecil llrnwn,
rurnlffhid, u coxy cottage, mowiulto
liroof, Biiltnlilu for one or two gen
tlemen. A. Donne, 10th Ave., Kal
No 1110 l.unaillo Ht. Six room; mod
ern; cool. Kent 135. Apply at 1327
I'enaacola Ht. 6133-tf
Large room In center of town; Miltablo
for one or two young men. Call 1157
Union St. Gl81.tr
Small furnished cottage. 871 Young
Ht., near Thomas Huare. 618U-31
Tho property known aa the Wilder
building, corner of Port and Queen
etreeta. Dlmenelona 41x61. The build
In will be remodeled to ault tennt
Apply to C Iirewer at Co., Ltd.
FURNI8HEO ROOM FOR RENT.
Mo. 73 Beretanla St. Electric lights
and running water In each room.
, Price reasonable. J, 11. Tonnaend,
The Argonaut Itootna with or with
out boitrd; hot or cold hatha. 627
Ileretanla St.; Phone 1208.
Kront room inoNiulta,-proof, hot and
cold hath; on car line 73C Luna
lllo, near Klnau. 0187-lw
Walklkl Kurnl'hed room", aood aea
bathing. Iutiufre ut liaron'a Uymna
Clean furnished rooms; COc a night,
12 a week. 1281 Fort St.
! - S
ROOM AND BOARD.
Furnished room and board In private
house, walking distance from post
office. Address "a II.", Bulletin of
fice. . tOH-tf
Furnished rooms, with board, at Hue
tace cottage, Wp'klkl. Gentlemen
Iirge airy room for couple, with board,
In private family. 1942 King St.
Nicely - furnished rooms with board.
Apply 1366 King St.; Phone 2699.
International help of all kinds. Na
tionalities nt your cholcu. Phone
2913. C. II. Young, Itoom 30.1 Judd
Japanese cook, waiter, yard boy. Mat-
aumoto, 900 Alukeu St., near King.
Phone 17H6. 1070-tf
Japanese Employment Office Ito, Iler
etanla St., nr. Punchbowl. Phone
PROST SALOON Fine wlnea and llq
uora. Call and aee us. JC Sasaki,
prop. Ileretanla and Vaunakea Sta.
Flowera, Lets to order at Julia Kale
klela, Pauahl and Nuuanu; TeL 3176.
Pacific Electric Co. Motor and dynamo
repulrlng a apec laity. Motors and
generatora of all capacity for sale.
134 S. Beretanla St.; Tel. 1131.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
Ueorge Yamada, general contractor,
Estlmatea furnlahed. 208 McCandleas
Bldg.; Phone 2187,
Flrat-clusa livery turnouts at reason
able rules. Territory Livery Stable,
848 King; .phone 2(31.
star hire, seven-sealed Packard. Phone
3611. Young Hotel Bland; Charles
Dr. S. Ochlal Strictly prlvnte. 34 S.
Ileretanla Ave; Phone 3932.
Chas. R. Frazier
Phone 1371 122 Ktni It.
Thayer Piano Co.
AND OTHER PIANOS
lit Hotel 8tree Phone 2111
We. lead, othera follow," In the manu
facture of carbonated beverage. On
price to all. Free delivery. Phone
3022. Honolulu Boda Water Co., Ltd.,
14A North Beretanla 8t Chas. E.
Kraaher, manager. IMl-lf
I'luteti ireainnii. Hood position to
experienced man. Apply i Koreman,
Bulletin Publishing Co.
Experienced naleainan to handle a good
selling line on tho road,' Box 1234,
Ilulletln office, G174-tf
To rent gentle home and buggy for
extended period. Address "W. V. E.",
Experienced fruit man want" to rep
resent reliable produce commission
house In San Francisco. Small
weekly salary. Attractive propor
tion Worth Inveatlgatlng. Address
K Vlnce, 412 Dnvln St. 61C6-lm
Young man, timekeeper. Apply to O.
llniullton, Amerlcun Can Co.
Silver chain purse, on Ileretanla St.,
between pumping station nnd Sachs.
Itcturn to Ilulletln olllco and receive
Key ring with threo keys, between Uni
versity Club nnd Moana Hotel. Ad
dress "H. V.", cure Ilulletln.
One plano-l,ox buggy, rubber-tired. In
good condition; used only eight
months. One child's enameled Iron
bed, wllh spring nnd hair mnttress.
One. small Ice box. Address 1. O.
Dux 801. . &189-3t
Light motor express wagon good for
1000 lbs. burden. Just had 170 ex
pended in overhauling, l'rlco 3400.
Answer "X Y Z," this ofllce.
The Transo envelope a time-saving
Invention. No addressing necasaary
In sending out bills or receipt. Bul
letin Publishing Co., sole agenta for
For sale (one-third cash, balanco on
time) or rent, 7-room house. For
particulars ring lip Tel, 2266, be
tween 12 and 1, or 1842 any time.
New 6-room bungalow, Kallhl; lot
66Hx218; 82000; eaay terms. A. II.
Dondero, 83 Merchant St.; Phone
Bargalna In real estate, on sea-shore,
plains and hills. "Pratt,'' 101 Stan
genwald Bldg.; Telephone 1401,
One share dividend-bearing Hidalgo
rubber stock. Addresa Slwel, Bulle
Inter-Island and Oahu Railroad ship
ping booka, at Bulletin ofllce. tf
AUTO FOR SALE.
1911 Ford touring car. Kerfchner Vul
canizing Co., Ltd. 6185-tf
BUY AND SELL.
Diamonds, watchea and Jewelry bought,
sold andwxehanged. J. Carlo, Fort St.
10 WHILE :
1117 FORT STREET
That la Satisfactory to Its Patron
J, Abadle, Prop.
777 King 8lreet
BERQSTROM MUSIC CO,
i&wmii, f i
Open a Charge
FaHaiK W afl .a4 aW
m aflafl aW aM aJ " II '
w M m m m I I .
VJ . I I I I k
t-alll'aV.iIJi B.JIII aa"i. 'Ill' sIKf
For Particular Men and Women
Ellta Bldg, Hotel St., next Y. M. C. A.
PLAIN and HAND-ENQRAVED
10 and 14. Karat i
Prices from 2 Up
JEWELERS 113 HOTEL ST.
Broken tense replaced quick and
Special lenses ground to order.
Broken frames repaired promptly.
A. N. SANF0RD
Boston Bulldlna Fort 8lreet
Over Miy aV Co.
OKOLEHAO HAWAIIAN LIQUOR
AMERICAN and SCOTCH WHI8KIE8
RED, WHITE and 8PARKLINQ
LARQE and SMALL BOTTLES
8ptclal Attention Paid to Family
ROSA & CO.,
Corner Queen and Alakaa 8treats
TRY THE NEW HONOLULU BREW
A HOME BEER
FOR SALE AT ALL IIAU8
You'll Hod thej're nil good '(el
"it's the Fashion"
Hotel nr. Fort. D. II, DatIs, l'rop,
Watch Us Grow
James Guild Company
HOU8E FURNI8HINQ Q00D8
Collins Block Telephone 3591
E. 0. HALL & SON. LTD.
Cor. King nnd Fort Sts HONOLULU
Hardware, l'alutu nnd Oils, Snip
chandlery. Slot en. Crockery, flluss-
nnre nnd Kitchen UtcnslUi Hportlnit
(loods, (luu, llerolrcrs and Amtuunl
tlon. h cd lllo ii n( Aiiierldiu.Hinviill,
People nnd IndiiHtrli'H, mIIk (or tlftren
ceiitH u i(Wlj. Vrniiri nnd iiiuled
(or tvvi'iity-lhv rentx when nddresses
lire upilled tn llui II u 1 1 1 1 1 u.
t Associated Press Uabla.)
LONDON, Hug., Mar. 21. A special
dispatch from Peking received here
late tonight nnnounres that financiers
of Itusslan nnd Ilelglan Institutions
hnc expressed their willingness to
lend China 316,600,000, as noon, as the
ngreement between themselves nnd
the nulhnrltlcn of the new republic
has been rntllled by the national coun
Kurthermore, the dispatch states.
the same group of financiers has an
nounced Its willingness to Increase this
Tung Shao Yl, ndds the dispatch,
has already declared that he will need
3230.000,900 during the coming year.
nnd Is unable tn state how much more
will be necessary before the new gov
ernment Is able to look ofter Itself
MINIMUM WAQE SCALE
BILL 13 OAININQ
LONDON. Kng, Mar. 21. With tho
effect of tho gigantic coal strike which
Is tying up all Great Britain's mines
becoming dally morn ncufely felt
throughout hnglaml, Scotland, Ireland
nn.l Wales, and with the distress In the
Industrial districts Increasing rapidly,
thn minimum wage scale bill Intro
duced by Premier Asqulth passed Its
second rending today.
In the Industrial districts nnd par
ticularly In the more populous craters,
where coal Is essential to the Indus
trial life, the surfvrlng Is Intense.
Scores of factories Imvc been forced
to shut down nnd wumen nnd children
Ono feature which shows the In
tense gravity of the condition that con
fronts the nation more than anything
line. Is' the fact that party lines In
Parliament have almost disappeared
for the time being. Uonar Ijiw, lend
er of the (Tpposltlon, nnd members, of
tho coalition behind him are working
hard hacking up the premier In his
measures for relief.
Another sollent feature Is that so far
no serious outbreak of violence hna
been reported. The Mrlkers nnd their
lenders hove restrained sympathizers
who might otfierwliit have broken
looie with disastrous effect.
18 QROWINQ GRAVER
CLIIVRLAND. O.. Mar. 21. It was
formally announced tonight that the
f 'V i
demands made by the miners for a 10
tier cent mlsu In pay and u reduction
uf hotiirt that would menu a further
Inccuse of 10 per cent., have been re
fused by tlie operators.
The moct Intense excitement pre
vailed when this announcement was
made. It f later reported that sub
committees would meet tomorrow
morning and confer on n pos. tide com
promise. There Is little hope that nny
real good will come of these confer
ences, hut they nre to be continued
until April 1, In the effort to stave off
CLOSES HIS ACCOUNT
NEW YOIIK, N. Y., .Mar. 21. Chns.
Hirn SprnRue, nn enormously wealthy
hanker of this city, died nt his mag
nificent home, 116 West 76th street, to
night. The life of .Mr Sprague was
full of romanc. He sirved through
the Civil War with distinction nnd was
promoted for bravery at the battle of
Gettysburg, when he wns disabled.
Later he became president of the
Union Dime Savings Hank of New
York. He Is the .nuthor of several
volumes on accounting nnd languages.,
He wns the llrst ndvocate of Volapuk,
the universal language, In America.
ADMIRAL TRYON DIE8
AFTER LONG ILLNE8S
NnV YOItK, N. Y., Mar. 21. Hear
Admiral James Itiifus Tryon, former
ly midlcnl director of the United
States navy, died tonight, after nn Ill
ness lasting many years. He had been
opernted upon several times for tho
removal of a tumorous growth, hut
the operations proved unsuccessful.
Aduilrtil Tryou was retired from active
service September 24, 1899, nnd has
been living at Coxnscklc, New York,
where he was bom September 24,
IN TRUST FIGHT
NHW YOIIK. N. Y., .Mnr. 21. The
government scored heavily In Its fight
ngnlnst the Sugar Trust today, when
United States Attorney Wise tecured
the admission of tho "Cousin Dave
letters" In evidence. Attorneys for tho
trust had been Inclined to believe that
the court would bar tho letters, which
contained Information secured from
Charles Segal, In confidence, by Mr.
Stetson. The letters wero written In
W. II. Thomas.
WASHINGTON. D. C, Mar. 21.
David Johnson Poster of llarnet, Vt.,
died here today.
TO VOTE FOR TAFT
SAN FRANCISCO, t'ul.. Mar. 21.
Oakland will send two women to tho
State Itepubllrnii convention, with In
structions 'to vote for the renomlnntlon
of President Taft. Tho women will
he members of n heavy delegation
With the Bulletin
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such a paper is the EVENING
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know that this newspaper prints truthful
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Other readers would be saved much em
barrassment, and sometimes real discom
fort if they consulted the BULLETIN
columns before taking some action as a
result of alleged news read in another paper.
The Bulletin Prints the News As It.
And while it Is Still News
Mill Fawn Lippincut, special officer
o' th' Civic Prida Club, reporta a few
Chriitmai wreathi (till in service. Tall
Binklcy went t' Waihin'ton with hli
petition t'day t' see his congraitman
an' call on th' Puitmaittr Ganiral an'
th' President. He saya hit visit has
no political elgnificance.
bearing Instruction binding It to the
LA FOLLETTE TO FIGHT IT OUT.
WASHINGTON, I). J'., Mar. 21. In
nn open statement today, Itobert La
Kollette, Senator from Wisconsin, an
nounced he Is In the presidential light
tn stay. The vote recorded by recent
primaries, ho says, has encouraged
him, but he expected It and even had
the figures In his favor been lower he
would have remained In the ring. He
will continue stumping tho country
until tho convention meets.
RECOVER MINERS' BODIE8.
McCUIlTAIN. Okln.. Mar. 21. After
a stnsatlonal search In the shafts of
the mine, which collapsed the other
day, burying more than 100 mlmrs.
fifty-two bodies hnvo been recovered.
I-ate In tho afternoon working parties
stumbled upon a clew that led to tho
rescue, alive, of twenty-six of the en
tombed miners One of these died us
ho whs being taken to the surface.
II. J. I'oster was born October 4,
1867, and had served his State III many
different capacities during his life
time. He Was n member of nil con
gresses from the 57th tn the 61st,
TONO MAN KILLEO.
SAN rilANCIHCO. Cut.. nMr. 21.
Gunmen of the lllng Kong Tong to
night attacked fighters of the KlmLum
Soy Tong, nnd after n tight killed one
of the latter, l'ollce arrived too late
tn put an end to the light.
C. 0. Ycc Hop & Co.
MEAT MARKET AND IMPORTERS
Telephone No. Mil
Clothing and Shoes
Yee Chan & Co.
Bathel and King Striata
Kam Chong Co.
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Fort and Beretanla
FINE LIKE OF DHY OOODi
WAH YING CHONG
King Street, Ewa Ftihaarkel
Wing Chong Co.
KINU ST, NKAH UKTIIKL
Drnleri In furniture, Xattrraiei,
etc etr. All kinds ol KOA nnd MIS
SION r'UH.MTUHE mude to order.
IMPORTERS OK OMENTAL (JOOD.H
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
ill Nuuunn,' near King HlrrcL
And Cloth of Al (jnnlllj Can lie
t. 0. Ilox 881. Telephone 1711
Japanese Provlalens and
NUUANU BT, NEAR KING ST.
Crepe Goods 1
COTTON CIIEI'K SUIBTS, KIMONOS
IgW.r'OKT HT. ABOVE IIERKTANIA
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