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.;..no)cOTn ctak nuTXHTTN. vcn:DAY; APniL loir.
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Chic. Exclusive, . Distinctive
10 DES '
la Millinery at the shop of
HISS POWER; Boston BIdg.
a.. A 4
POULTRY ' PRODUCE
Tertitonal Marketing Div'n.
Mawnakea near Queen . Phone 140
EEHGSTROM MUSIC CO.
.1020 Fort St . ,
YEE CHAN & CO.
King and Bethel Sts.
-New Summer Styles Iff Ladies'
-. , x V SHOES ;
.1 prict $5 A It
-J.. MANUFACTURERS' SHOE
.1051 Fort St.
- V ' Enfaroeme'nt a Specialty '
Vr rltn T-f SportXoaU'
. Fresh. PasteCrtzed-
III L K, ORB A IT
. and lef Cream .
Honolulu Dairymen's Assn.
Acetylene LI;Kt A Asency Co; Ltd
Correctly Designed ani Fitted
THE CLARION, fjih d MtU Sti
1 rcr tny ncal- v:
IZzzX; FUh Delic'atessea v
I.tctrcpclitan r.Tcat Market
v . Vlzzz 3U5 ;vvr
. . ALLIS-CnAIIBURS ' V
HONOLULU IROfj AV'KSi CO.
-.Phone 1203 -V-
' C-.-k betivery by' Bator
From' PurbitiiredVYate (.
OAHU ICECO; Phone 1123 ,
Whftt Rtlsnikin Shoes for La31ea,
7.W a Pair- ,
ihoeV'Store.-'klrj Hotel Sta. :
Office Supplies ef all kinds -
r. SjQCtswr to;Arel-h.&v.Co
' . - Hotel St. V. ' - . V
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: Taper; FastenferHand ;
Xlodet;- r : v ;
A handy office appliance.
Punches and stamps pa
per leaves together, in one
movement; requires no
accessories. Nickeled surface.-';
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FiYxrang note! Buildin,
; ; ' Bishop St.
(iffS JO PAST
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Guarded nltht and da? ty artneJ
f.it.4 .btiAM'Wh ift
men and Samoans. who carry rifles
ifh 1tinfrhrr 42
Gennan merchant officers and sailors,
tnkn nff tb refuree German mer
rhinf kta?npa P.laiji and Solf. at
n i . i . . ai
'ago-ragot American same, ween uic
vessels were seted the day the United
States declared war on Germany, are
- " a
heie en route to San Francisco fori The new rules mean tnat an terri
infirtinitit at the Presidio. torial piers will te 't&bu" to the
Native $a moan Navy Guards
There are 11 officers and 31 mea In
the let which Is going to the coaat in
the Beccnd cabin of the steamer. In '
tddition to the white American sailor'
guards, there ' are several . United
State naty enlisted men, native' Samo-
ans. wearing a uniform which Is pic -
turesque In the extreme, consisting of
red and blue cloth and trousers that
reach no further than the knees. These
uniforms will be discarded for the reg
ulation navy ones when the Samoa n
guards reach San Francisco.
Rifles Disturbed Waiter ..
At every meal on the voyage up
from Pago-Pago the naval guards, with
their shotguns and rifles "loaded for
bear." of rather German, stood behind
the tables. The waiters were quite
unnerved for a few days when they!
passed soup around with a rifle barrel j
hovering in the vicinity of thelf left .
ears, bat they now have become ac-
customed to the warlike atmosphere .
and the gun-barrels no longer luako
their hair stand on end. -- : i :
German Officers Piay Cards '
--The eleven . of!iccr'Jfwtire! 'teen
concentrated on the after 'promenade
deck or the liner., t Jhey Vereplaylng
"seven-un" or what corresponds to it
In German using the regulation! play i
Ing cards.r They did not seem particu
larly careworn; and all appeared well
fed and "quite philosophical over the
fortunes of wart ' ;
Navy Men from Tutuila - , : :
' There are ten navy officers and en
listed men guarding the Teutons. Be
cause 'of navy regulations they de
cllned to Ulk to a Star-Bulletin re
porter. The .navy men are from the
.United States naval station on Tutuila,
, the Island of - American Samoa in
which the port and harbor oft Pago
Pago are situated. - ; '
According to Capt. William It. Tos-
j ter, harbormaster here, the Elsass Is a
sister ship of the refugee Pommern
In thli bort, She. is owned. by tbe
North. German Lloyd. The Solf is a
small trading steamer formerly plying
between Pago-Pago and Apia. V
A protest against the new fire limits.
ordinance including I wilel was mads
Tuesday evening at the meeting of the
board of supervisors .by ,A..' W.y Yan
Valkenburg for the' B. F. DiUaagham
Company; C K. Ai, for the City Mill
Company, and A. S. Prescott,' for the
Standard Oil Company. ' 'C'
They, were all willing that the fire,
limits extend to Liliha xtreet, but ob-"
claimed that Iwiiei. wa only j thinly1
popuiaiea antr -was primarily a manu-
Supervisor .?' Logan made a' stand
that the ordinance should pass as it is,
but' after: some ; argument it was . re
ferted.back'to the patk, committee tor
tufther laVesUgatio; "?f-'.-v-
COECET AIDS AMBULANCES IN y
VA EUROPE W BATTLEFRONT
t. NEW. YORK. N. X-!t-Rbbert W. Goe-
let Of XhlA city his made agtft of
$2S6,000 to the ttarjes-Norton Amer
l!in; ainhulahce" corji8i"?it was atf-
nounend bv Flint.1 Kortnn. brnfhF nf
'Richard Norton; Head of the ' cops. 1
More tlian 100 motor ambulance are
T3emg"opel,a"tea at the European front
i by the organiiition; ! Mr. Goelet's gift,
t. K . ..4 M 1 1 fXS . M
i . is uuuerLuvAij iu w uvea iy or-
ranlze two , additional, sections cf '40
" men edch. 'j. y : v--..-1
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CUM.- Wilcox. , tV G. Wilcor. A. B.
Wilcox. Rev.; II. C. Judd. ; Rev. J." t-2.
E-dman, Rev. ' SL , Kamaloplli, Wt VL
Stewart, Miss ' M.Half P. Schmidt
i Sid Spitser, Mr, and Mrl. Ffc KbelHrig;
, R. fc;.WUaon,vTapt E. Stovall and
three prlonets. -,r VinOu je. Tt'Kdsa
intra,- I. iKhii,' Y. lCawtftsura ' M'
I Passengers arrived Miss Helen F;
Balnea, Harry Dean, h AVoolf and
wife, MrsG Xelson. ; : '
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I PASSENGERS BOOKED ,1.
" For Hawaii iP. rinaiw 'Jlf;
and Mrs. S. W. ; WDCox,. Miss Lr -85
Shearer. A; J.;Stfllman. Mrs. Ct; J.
Whitehead, " Miss Ruth Whitehead,
Mr. H. Nieman. Mr. and Mrv Canon
Au't Miss G.' Bryant H. I Bryant
y. h. May,: Master Norman Anlt Miss
Kimlko Fugushlma, Misa Mary .Won:
Mrs. FluegeL L i iakamura- : Vj
Haramcnd; a: FHaywafiL T, V cifr;
;Mr. Jennings, Mr. Loo Goon.CJ.-K.
. Kahookele, " JfiljupyJ. Brud . Kowski!
,Mift Jiarle SchmU. Mr. W. JL Rouln-T
mii. T. W. WrtefcUT. J. Flaven; J. AS
Mr ru'rA. II. 1 r nn.' J. AT Berrett.- A;
LL'v, ' Jtroi. -VIMnje' anyway.' lior. the cost of rebuild-'
. rc Xrrea. CraatalatA tTrtta
laflaaM by CYvoaor bun, Xoat and V
aTklTlieTc4 by Marina Era &iearw144
, nun aja oomioru
til. fi( p-r Rottl.
or tr mi
aak Mori' Kym Ke)C-y
fLES GO INTO
! EFFECf TffllliHI
Tonight the new rulei anlre?Va
ilona for the protection of the. Hono
lulu a aterfrtnt luring tbe duration of
jihe 'war wUI go Into effect for the
, ,ir" vrae, ' ue v..rruu.c
effective at o. o clock this aiternoon.
At nocn today Chairman Charles R. j
oroes or tne ocara oi naroor com-
njfcsionera announced that he Tiad
conierrea wun uenerai sirxmg. wui-
the Hawaiian - Department
ll.at lh vohonl h n vretA n fTiF'
-"- - lifvrn th rr-rnd or th'e'r
nih the mllitiry puards on all tertHjiIn. "e ?rnj8 01 Tne r
torial piers as requeued by the boani. i l . . rpnf,,
Lublic from 5 n. m. to 7 a. in., incluu-
'Inf Piers t. . 7, 11. 12, 13. 11, 15 kni
16. The remaining piers are the
property of the O. R. & I, Hackfe.d
& Company, and the American-HawaL
Lnder the new rules, no person
! will be admitted to wharves during
tiie night, except identified employes
cf vesse's. stevedores and ' employes
of vessels' agents.
NV vessels will be allowed to leave
the harbor at night or enter. This
will hit the L Inter-Island and Oahu
Shipping Company; many of whose
tVestels must arrive and leave after
dark in order ' to 'maintain their pre
sent schedules. The Inter-Island has
announced no schedule ' changes ' to
date because of the new rules, which
also prevent the deiarture of Matsbh,
American-Hawaiian and all v other
deepsea steamers after nightfall.
-The tew war-time : regulations are
being .printed ' tbday by. the board In
me -nuicituui, fiawauau :uu japan
ese newspapers and take effect with
the date of 'tublieaUon of the advertisements.-'
v - '.'. . '. .
In Havaii 'Takes
, . . .':: A I mill ft-f. . f Vv.
. In a receflr.issue of the New.ilaten
Journal-Courier there appears a des-
patch from Mlairii, Fla: which tells of
an experience enjoyed by' Mrs; Hiram
Bingham... well . known here. Mrs.
Elngham made- an aeroplane ascent
s!cn, rising to a height of 3600 feet'
.' Mrs. Bingham is the wife of Hiram
Bingham who is often known here in
the islands as Hiram Bingham III." He
is a descendant; of. Hiram. Bingham,
one of the early missionaries here and
is therefore 4f, one of the old Island
families. He is an explorer and - re
search investigator of note and a pro
fessor in ' Yale university. ; - ' f -Professor
Bingham, according to the
article in the New Haven paper, is a
pupil at the Curtisa school of aviation
at Miami, . Fla,, Mrs; Bingham is wijh
hinj there and w.jierr she was offered
an opportunity to make a flight with
Instructor Roger Jannap she gladly ao
jicepted She went up with him while
rour or ner seven sons looked on' in
admiration and delight at their, moth-eradarin?;-'.-;-
. PrfssBor Bingham is taking lessons
In.th9, tractor tilth, Jannus and in the
flying boat .with, Harold .Kantner with,
a viiw of fcepomirg an-" Instructor ;Ulm-
self. . ' :-iV ) ;- ''; ' '
CITY BUSINESS AND -SUPERVISORS'
The ncxilmefitlhg of ' the 1 hoard of
4rupeTvisors.wlH be held Friday: noon
. Pfy?! ; O- :
r. -hi v--.i-t -: c,.u
' The rtsdiutibh appropriating 5400
tor the reconstruction of sidewalks in
the BeachWaMk district passed third
reading-r-r..-- ' V -; :
.:. rjira.' JVT. Silvi.2 teacher,' has; re
quested thia board to, aid in giving
UliuoValani school a tennis court It
was Tererred to the school committee.
.'ThO iboardaccebted v an invitation
to atteftd the opening of the new play
grounds at A ala park next Saturday,
, sent by A.' K. Yierra, park superinten
dent, -.- -".-"
A. letter from the Chamber of Com.'
merce asking what the board was
gblngto do abdUt fitirabermg tile city
streets watf f eferted 1 16 ' the -ij police
r'rJ. itlggini wrote ihe board ask
ing that a large pipe placed across
lot ftojif Grot e,' be removed as it
J pritate; property.J It KraS' referred
to the wfiter. and ewer, fcommittee. ; V
?r Two eoniptalnts 'were received by
the. board against -C. Q. Yee Hop for
Ftabling hdnses in 'a barn which he
has- ecentiy'T erected fin Maunakea
street;-near King, it was referred to
th ihealtUNCOtfftilttee. J ; ; ;
i rf.ji i ; . -V--,' f&f '
-- - ,i " ' ' ' - ":-- -'
j Tb!-MarcVrepoh of D. L Corikling,
city treaauret,' shows that during that
month .registered warrants amount el
to SS5.220.52. jnakins a total regis
tered ' HafrantS flredem'ed S 109.633.-
vt. as follbwsr; tieneral fdnd $73,086; j
15. school fuiid ai2,G5B.63,' iewef. fund ,
113,854.50; and the Kalakaua improve
tieht'd&tfiet U 0.053.7,?. 7 ; v -'
If'.'-! ?V V.. f ' .-''''-
i Gebrge Collins tlty thd cotraty en-
gineey; reported, to the board that the
recent rain storm caused $18,850 dara
a pes in Jlonofulu and'llO.Sod fn the-
cutside districts'. "'TTiese' fl Mrs. - he
aaTs.-do-fcOtnficliide the cost " of ' re-
WflstructJng nridges,' "which ; 'ould
. proposal ;to estabiiih artificial
Era RaeAyv, i rsnin oaass otmue souin nore.or
Afjrow l)rux.a Long Island wa srppfovei by the bii-
fiSwI&'rMtf .ttahertei 4' . : - f
TSninx: OaBJCS OXI SOUUT D0re.Of
iC RARE SUPS
flF HIBISCUS ARE ;
ill I- II H
'. $ -1 t : r Uli V: j or the beard o f super visors Tuesday
Six hundred slips of rare Tarietiesfnifht by Ceorge M. Collins; city an l
cf hibiscus have Iwn presented to the
Kalulatit school by Judge and Mrs.
'Clarence T. Ashfon and the pupils
art hp. n1an t ..nt
.7 , ' . ji :
Oa the day the presentation was
made, a imi holiday was declared and
the children designated the occasion
-Hibiscus Day.". Judge and Mrs. Ash1
ford were present and the jurist plant
ed a- few of the slips as the' exclusive
privilege of the donor.
'The- school end the children are
very grateful to Judge and Mrs. Ash-'
lord," tays Mrs. Nina U D. Fraser, the
principal, "and we feel that In time,
we will have thp most beautiful school ;
yard -in Hawaii."
" 'Many rare, and choice varieties of
hibiscus are to be found among tbe
Wb given- by Judge and Mrs. Ash
ford. 1 TheT school considers the gift
one of the mjst valuable things it
could receive: "
. Tfce .Tirst public ; luncheon fn honor
of Captain Wlliiam'Matson, president
of tbe ; Mat son Navigation Company,
will : be ;given iionday noon "by ? the
Chamber of Commerce 'at the- Young
Hdlel.- , k x ; -1 .'. .-'...-'K .
' Captain Matron arrived here cn the
Maui two weeks ago and requested
that nothing ' cf a publi nature be
ten.led' hint until he had had-tlms to
rest --'; , x . , ..-
:A11 the memhers of the chamher are
Invited and "several v special . stunts
have been planned. ; ; ;
' MOB OR WOMEN WHO
? TRY TO LYNCH NEGRO
AMITE CITY; La. White women,
members ; Of prominent families, - led
by a white, haired grandmother, were
in a mob which -', attempted to lynch
Joe Rout a "negro charged with the
murder of Simeoa Bennett a planter.
Officers, and guards placed about the
jail where Rout is confined prevented
the mob from entering. - .
' VCowards, cowards, shrieked the
women-1 when the -nien in the mob,
awed by the display 'bl bfficers' weap
ons, turnea to leave. . ; ... ;
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1 1 .
1 L.y;: ' ' ;i
jj Two deliveries a day '
i nn - n o . nn nn ii i
The Cr&t care where the war has
;;w.crked a-ard&lp vn a family in llo-
no.tTu was brcusht t6 the attrition
' Collins, in a letter to the beard.
safd that John S. Townsend, employed
by ' the county as sn inspector of is
phalt macadam cn the Manoa inv.
piovement district, as a member of
the Naval .Militia was compelled to
leave.' As a water tendsr.be receiTea
?40 a Trcnth while his pay with the
county was l25r jHe has a wife jnd
two children igcdj 4 anl 3. here witl
no other means of support than 'Town,
rends py, Collins asked the.boa"l
to do what It could for; the tainUy.:
Thfe beard referred the request to the
finance committee.' . . " ;
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING
.YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN
The annual meeting of the active
members of the Young Men's Chris
tian Association will be held Friday.
April 27, atl p. m. in Cooke Hall for
the nurposl of electing one trustee
and ratifying matters pertaining to the
Dr. Lnclen a Warner of
New York will make an address, f .
i a atherton,;
' . - -. - , ; President
RESOLUTION NO. 755-1 ; it
Be It 'resolved b? the " Boar! of Stt
pervlsors of the City and County of
Honolulu. Territory of Hawaii, that the
sum of One Thousand, Two Hundred
Thirty-Seven Dollars and Fifty Cents
($137.50). be, and the same is here
by t appropriated out ) of. all ' moneys
in the General' Fund , of the Treasury
of the City and County of JJIoholulu,
for an account to be known Jas Salary,
Shorthand Reporters. .-.
v- DANIEL LOGAN, :
Honolulu, April 24,
I hereby, certify that the foregoing
resolution passed First ; Reading' and
ordered to print at. a meeting held by
the Board of Supervisors oaTneadart
April 24, 1917, on the following vote
of said, board:. . ;. T -' :i "',''
Ayes : . Ahia, Arnold, Hatch, : Hol
lineer, Horner, Larsen, Logan. vTo
tal 7. -:-.: i.L
Noes: : Nonei i v -i :
, : - E. BUFFANDEAU, y :
Deputy City, and : County Cleric
J-S:s. 6769 April 25, 26, 27. -
!TO Willi NAVY
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For fresh Meats, vegetables and Fish
- Snibked aia SjUt MedtMd Fislf r
Lehua Britter--Ghesfes : 'i
orders fi Ilea promptly a n d accurately
RESOLUTION, NO. 753.
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I , Be h irsioived by the Beard of Su
pervisors of the City and County of
Honolulu. Territory of Hawaii, that
the sum of Eight Hundred Seventy
Five Dcllara (1375.00), te;-and the
an.e is hereby appropriated 6ut of alt
moneys in the General Fund of the
Treasury df, the City" and Ctuuty of
Honolulu: for an accoanr to be knbwn
as Compernsatidtt for Services Render
ed (J. S. Kalaklela).
Presented by : , ' -;;;
' DANIEL LOGAN.
; z- Supervisor. '
Honolulu, April 24. 1917. j
i I hereby certify that the foregoing
resolution passed First Reading and
ordered to print at a meeting held by
the Board of Supervisors on Tuesday,
April 24, 1917, on the following vote
of said bard:
-Ayts: Ahia, Arnold, Hatch, Hol
lin', Hiincr, Ijtrsen, logan. To
tal 7.- : ' , ".
' Net: : None. . . .
E. BCFFANDEAU. ,
Deputy City and County Clerk. !
6769 April 25, 26. 27. '
Bo it resolved by the: Board of Su
pervisors of thef City and County of
. Honolulu, Territory 'of Hawkii. that
lhr sum of Tpur: Hundred 'Dollars
($400.00) be. and the tame la hereby,
anprcoriated out of all moneys In the;
Permanent Improvement Fund . of thet
Trens nrf of tbe Ctfy County of
Honolulu for ah account to be known;
as "AVwa Heights Improvement Sal-
sum to be an advance outT or ,saia
Permanent Improvement Fun4 d to be
reimbursed from all moneys that shall
hereafter become available in the fund
for street improvements in said Alewa
Heights Improvement, or . credited
upon any sum which pay. be! or be
come due from the City and County
toward the cost of said improvements.
Data of Introduction:
Honolulu. Hawaii, April f 4 1917.
" ' I 'hereby certify that ' the foregoing
resolution , passed .First Reading and
ordered to print at a meeting: held by
the "Board of Supervisors on .Tuesday j
r April 24, 1917, on the following vote
of-said board:- .j.:....:.'.; y..
Vlyes: Ahia, Arnold,: flatch, Hoi
linger,; Horner, Larsen, Logan. -'To-
taf l. -l ; v: - -.; .'. -','.
foea :. ' None. . . k- :f-
' I : E. BUFFANDEAU, ;; ' '
Deputy City and County Clerk.
V r- -t- 6769 April 25, 26j 27 -
. BV AUTHORITY
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we're creating the biggeiJt
most mo qerinieat mar ;kei
Hortolulu has ev er knbwn-
ana wnne uu r 1 rui i
UIUMW u t
TissM. Looks, i
Cleanliness - end
: Uniformity -of
l miimY do., ltd.
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