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ITONOUTTJT 8TAU BULTrTTN, TUE8D,VY; AUGUST 17, 1915.
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$2.63 4 x3G :.'.'-vv.':. $4.63
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Dress Hade ?
V We have the. best material for
evening wear that- In, hand
somely embroidered pineapple
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Price, !0 a pattern
Opposite Catholic Church '
Ho -Rear ;
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The curved r To ric
shape ' does away
with the annoyance
cf rear, reflections
entirely, Your field
of vision is widened
and the close-fitting
edses can not Inter
fere when you look
U . off at an angle.
Come In and see
us about them.
I A. N. SANFORD
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Boston BIdg. Fort Street
1' Over Mayv& Co. ' j
FRUIT PEST AWD
riiiOT rirr nrin
lilUOl 17iuL WHll
Dr. 0. L Howard VVilFlnvesti
gate Best Methods of Eradi
cating Them From Hawaii
Here to study the habits and life
history of the plaft cotton-boll worm
and the ' Mediterranean fruit fly, and
to -Bee what has been done so that a
more effective fight may be made
againsf these pests, particularly the
pink -worm, -Dr. L. O.- Howard,, chief
of the'.U. S. Bureau of Entomology,
arrived this morojng on' thfi iMatsonia
to stay a week. : f
! do not think there Is mnch dan
ger of bringing the pink, boll worm
into the United States. from-Hawaii,"
said the doctor. "It Is doing a great
deal of damage to cotton - crops in
Egypt and India, but we bare. been
able to keep' it out of the states so
far,. Hawaii is the nearest it has
been able1 to come to the mainland,
and we want to confine It here,
, . "About the onlyway this bad cotton
peBt could get to. the mainland from
Hawaii would be In samples of Ha
waiian cotton," and the recent ruling
providing that no samples shall be
accepted for shipment to the states
until examined ana passed by an In
spector should ketj) 5t out '
"I am coming here to study the pink
boll worm because this is the nearest
place to find It from, the mainland.
We don't rely on the Egyptian Investi
gations of the pest's life and , habits,
and we have Jaeen carrying 'on Inde
pendent Investigations here. ; - When
they are completed,; we .will have, a
much more efficient means of know
ing what methods to use best to era
dicate the worm from the islands, and
the Mediterranean fly as well." t
ty -iirtwarrt wan iccomcanled here
by E. M. Ehrhorn", superintendent of 1
the v Honolulu ; eniorooiogicai experi
ment station, aad O.1 H. Swezey, act
ing entomologist, both of whom have
been oh the -mainland. Dr. Howard
will be here only until August 25.
He says the local station- has done
good work in research lilies concern
ing the fruit fly and pink boll worm.
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Sienor Darzilai. a Ilemibllcah mem
ber of the Italian chamber of depu
ties, will be appointed a member "jot
the ministry without portfolio to deal
with Questions concerning the newly
occupied territories" which may arise.
The originali guaranteed hose. Six pairs for
$1 .50 and if they wear into holes within six
months you get new ones free. v
. - Hotel Ewa of Fort
Classmates Soon To 7r K
Work side by side tor uny
Upper lefV A. M. Brown, city and
county attorney. Upper right, Albert
M. Cristy, first deputy. Lower picture,
William T Carden, secondtdeputy.
Classmates ' will be ; reunited when
Albert M. Cristy, first deputy city and
county' attorney, takes office Septem
ber. ' 1 and joins William T. Carden,
second deputy, who assumed his; new
duties yesterday; morning.
Mr, Carden and Mr. Cristy were
classmates at Yale Law, School. Mr,
Carden was found early today sitting
In the swivel chair recently vacated
by" William Lymer, with several open
law books in front of him. He is a
native Honolulan, and '. after being
graduated from. McKinley High Schpol
he attended the. University of "Califor
nia and later the Harvard law school.
- The Cristy and , Carden appoint
ments came' shortly titter A. M. Brown,
formerly a deDuty under-retlrlng City
and County: Attorney John Cathcart,
was appointed Mr, Cathcart's succes-
BOARD IS LIKELY
We attend to Checking and Sealing of
on all outgoing steamers without inconvenience to passeogen
We also make a specialty of Furniture Moving.
Union-Pacific Transfer CdmQanyt Ltd..
:' ' U. . Mail Carriert. : -'-
King SU next to Young Hotel p:y' Phone 1875
CASH FOR WALKS
At a meeting cf the board o? super
visors tonight it Is expected that a
resolution will be introduced to ap
propriate sufficient money to construct
sidewalks and curbing in front of all
the city property within the fire limits.
This will be in conformance with a re
solution which passed the supervisors
at the last meeting ordering' .all .prop
erty ' owners.- to curb and build side
walks in front cf their property within
the fire limits. . -
The resolution will Include the rttv
property cn River street from Kukul
to the waterfront and the old fish
market at the foot of Alakea street
The city also will construct sidewalks
and curbing at the Central Grammar
It is expected that Mayor Lane will
introduce his new rules of procefl'r?
for. the board at tonight's meeting,
which will probably be followed by a
The city engineer will have resolu
tions Introduced to appropriate money
to buy several pieces of expensive
road machinery. According to his
plan, there will be no competition in
the purchase, a Knox outfit being spe
ciCed. .-. .-
fnYHUnillE EYE IlECED
For Bed, Weak, Wtry Ere nA
MariM OmibI SBSrt-SU Em PtJa J
FOR LATE J. H. BOYD
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The remains '' of James Harbottle
Boyd, who died at Waimea, Hawaii,
Saturday afternoon, arrived in Hono
lulu in the steamer Mauna Kea this
morning. The funeral services will
be held at 3 o'clock tomorrow after
noon from St- Andrew's cathedral.
Rev. Canon William Ault officiating.
The body will lie In state at. the Boyd
residence, 1644 Kalakaua avenue, to
night . It is requested that members
of the Order of Kamehameha, of
which Mr. Boyd was - a- prominent
member, be at the family residence
and also attend, the funerai'tomorrow.
Mr. Boyd was 57 years of age and
was prominent in the old days of the
kingdom.' He was chamberlain and
aid-de-camp to King Kalakaua with the
rank of colonel. In company with
Queen Limiokalani, he attended the
Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria at
London He was superintendent of
public works under President Sanford
B. Dole. : . 1 . '
Late homegoers. were treated to the
sight of - an impromptu parade at
1 1 1 adway and Fulton slree," New
York,: when policemen rounded up un
licensed ftddiers in the vlcinlti". form
ed them in line, and marclied them
to the station.
10 MAKE JOilY
Mrs. Charles Bon Tells of Rail
roads Being Congested With
Troop and Supply Trains
"Germany thinks she Is sure to win.
No other thought seems to have enter
ed the minds of the German people."
said Mrs. Charles Bon today.-while
standing on .the Matsonla's deck, on
her return from a voyage around the
world lasting nearly two years:,
Mrs. Bon came, back tv Honolulu
this morning alter bavins been away
a year and eight-months, her. children
Jessie - and Johnson. - accompanying
her on the trip, which before Jt ended
proved . to be both, exciting and
perilov.s. . ' . '' )' v '-s
"When war was declared we were in
Switzerland," -remarked . Mrs. - Bon.
"We were war bouml there nearly two
montns, ana were aoiTO leave Tinuiy,
thanks to the goodiefArts of the. Aie
rican consul In Zurich, who secured
passports' for. ns. ;V -:y'v-'
"It took us a week to make the nil'
road trip from , Lake Constance to
Flushing, Holland a journey : which
rrdlnarily requires onlv Z Viirs. Troon
trains and war supplies using alMhe
railroads were the cause of the delny. .
That the German r.eonle, when she
left last fall, were very confident or
victory, was stated by Mrs; Bon. fTliev
think they're 'sure to win, she said
"How they feel now I do not know bul.
then they were extremely positive that
victory would soon be theirs," she
stated. '. - '' ' . :
From Holland Mrs. Bon and her chjl
dren went to London, and from there
sailed for New York. They- left hre
by way of Yokohami, landing In Na
ples, and were in Switzerland - when
war flamed out all around them.
"It seems good to be home again.
said Mrs.: Bon. She was met outside
the harbor by her nephew Donald fill-
more, assistant , passenger agent or
ure wer & company; 4 ;t ?
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FINEST WORKMANSHIP, MATERIAL AND
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r-zes fron 2 to 33
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pleasure bcata. ;
life. Bend .for our
free ,cataToue, sln
colors - jlvlas low
prices. ' ..
Representatives wanted in the Hawaiian Islands.' Cet tsrrr.s ar.i t!j
j . . v Olscounts to the Territories 1 '" '
5C7 Costsn. Ctreet
Detroit, MJchi;2n, V, C A.
BUSINESS OF LOCAL '2
. INSURANCE COMPANY
r ; MAKES RAPID GROWTH
The annual financial report - of the
Home Insurance Company,, which has
had but four years of business history
since its organization, shows the com
pany to be in splendid condition.
Premiums collected during ,lhe four
years of organlaztion are as follows :
1911, '$6593.96; 1912, $20,709.46; 1913,
$23,038.52; 1914, $23,022.91.
A life insurance department has
been added recently, which shows pol
icies made out during April, May and
June : to the amount of $2'0 300. An
other new department is the "child's
endowment insurance." Three hun
dred policies have been written for
workmen's insurance under the new
law. . : - ;;-
Richard De Silva, a convict serv
ing a five-year sentence at Sing Sing
prison, was drowned in the open air
swimming pool for the convicts, which
was used for the first time.
Cash Furniture; at : Bail cjfs Furnifcro
w , From now henceforth' we intend to sell furniture
at lower prices than ever 'before, and ssU for cash. We
will sell voii Solid Oak Dining. Chairs and finish; in any
style for $2.ba : v ; ; :
; Round tfinirig" Tables .....;...$10.CD; - .
; : Square Dining Tables ... CCD ' ..
See a Dresser we will sell for $25.00, worth $'40.(i).;
We do not believe in selling at one price this month
and another next, we shall continue toell for cash at
the prices quoted. We have a large stock in moat lines.
CASH FUENITUEE AT BAILEY'S
i Alakea Street near King -
GorafortaI)l3 Honia (For Rent)
"Ten partly-furnished rooms, two baths (Rund heat
er), hardwood floors," all mosquito-proof. Large shady
yard kept by owner. Keeaumoku street. ' "
Trn Co Ltd.
Japanese Silk: Goods and Curios
1120 Nnuann St. ' Phone 1.522 Above Hotel St
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Make boating a real pleasure.
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Detroit. Mich, U. S. A.
Agent wantedWrite t
day.for speclaf offer.