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EVENING nULLGTIK, HONOLULU. H. T., WEDNESDAY. JULY 24 1911.
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This Is ft Lead Pipe Cinch.
lata m enj to rob the public
but hf7 te exro a living In
a fraftlaWc waj. My mctto
aHatS57 WCRK AT HON
my pkn&ing fcw'vnsM to the
CORNER CftURLTANlA ANO
BUUm TcVmbooe, White
j&l.'tvhETr ) fcavc In stock the
f BATH TUBS,
CHratte6 Jx arcl stct) cbJ,
vMb altkk TtatrO trlmnilr.RS ;
Walt Oact, Wash Out,
and Sjrprcro, y styles.
KBlvMiint an 3 sa5i J.
tatMhfJes enoraelet) Iron,
ad aM7Sfc wJtbak'-J pUted
Wads Tuts en&utSrfi Iron
with west) nvrr.
Sip SfcJn. craoeta !rrn.
Hrt mv.w Brfirscn J 5taids
,WU9 J0:!. FhucttS mj Trim-
wap, G'aomitJ Jjtb. Out
ten, CriVtr Sfaot Pipe, Tin
Joij;JtCT;tfy muxled to.
ul M.-ilct'iiii Guaran-
i&L Kitt, if., Safer Plnmtcr.
' "ilW 5s" U taR to Jsriw .
M V EOS0L0LD
fIBR METAL WORKS
l; a,w. SARTH.
' GlvjfJatt5J:iVl,hts anil Ventilator
',!. 'Wkttv .' J. 0. 3oj i7o.
, Rttke ta Projrertj OwBers.
"I"' I ta: &r n-Tnp!by FOUR FIRST
mpv RM1I3 v. fzjeez en your work at the
tnpJt Tcksr 7 sun are Union Men.
c. n. BKOWTV,
fmitorfSrtiK- ' King St.
ia)' l!r itetiin.
LOVEJOY & GO.
fin ni Manor
naiteBaoSvt ttinlu Bear of saati.'
Kc.Ifi -V.TUjkjru Stsixt
fcaJg, IKJUttll, HAW1U.II! IIUSDI.
aX aX ataa r. itataal Tafapho 10
SODA WATER CO.. Ltd.
.Ufa. Min' Fort' Sts.,. ffonolufu
Oonsalves & Co.,
". WKXVSIKK GROCERS
225 yo$Bsn St.. Honolulu. If. F
m WK BEPOT SALOON
: WENS MONDAY NIGHT
MOMS VWIII lnnJIe ttitr new
JNIMItmnf Umwlulainade fieri wily
fl CXKJC.TIOM.'SaE DHINK.
Rxaii r Dement
Also proprMorxif the popular ENCORE
SAUK1N. NUUXJIU AND IIOrCL STS.
AYbsrc tl Bar h vn Draagbt To-day
fo Btr to Bum,
Bui Bw:i to neat tlw Bant).
Oi BBATiGHT AND BOTrt-E
'It bsn. oa to stay ; It's goine
iasl,jttfar ie's more com-
iBK every month.
3tiracred Iron Pure
otllkti Water ,
TUSvernl txt 1o any pa't of
ttry Vy ciwittfus drivers.
uA Electric Co.
lamons, PuYMctans n(TDaDtlsts.
Dr. Archibald1 N. Sinclair.
orrtccs tele hones
ROOMS toA-.OO, OfEICF, MA11, jSt,
Boston lluibtia Remdescc,
Fort strut. White, 84i.
MOL'RS-ii A m to t. p !
I TO P II i to g p. M.
P.O. BqiIm. Sivnvx imp w
DK. W. H. MAYS
381 Bcretnnln Street.
dOURS-io to i
7 to 8
UR. 'J. T. WAY80N,
445 BERETANIA ST.
OFFICE HOURS .SJ.,:
OH. C. A. PETERSON
u rt'tcsT ed his ornce at . . .
36 Emma Street
I- 4 P.M.
1 T i P.M. )
1R WALTER HOFFMANN.
3SRCTANIA STREKT (opposlta the
Hawaiian Hotel.) "
Telephone 510. P. 0. Ilox, 601. ,
Omco hours: 8 to :o a. m.; 1 to J
ra.;7 to 8 p. m.;Sun('aya, 8 to 11 .. m
Dr. P. J. Ruynei,
Crown ami UriJje
HO RS TO 4.
204 BoMton Block.
OR. ALBERT E. NICHOLS
ID t EL 1 1 to t. '
112) Atakei Street, next to .Masonic
"Mfice Hours p to 4
C WALL, D. D. S.,
E. WALL. D. D. S..
Love Diilldlng, Fort Street.
Hours: 9 to 4. Telephone 434.
Dp. W. G- Rogers
EYE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
New Special Treatment for Deafness
No charge for consultations.
OFFICE-184 Hotel St., opp. Y.M.C.A.
HOURS-Q to 12-2 to 4:)0-7 to 8.
. VS3r 12 1
A. N. SANPORD,
f MANUFACTURING OPTICIAN,
jiBOaTON niua . FORT STRMT
OVER MAY A CO.
J. T. DB BOLT HAS REMOVED HIS
law omccs to room C02, top (6th) floor,
Albert R. Cunha
ATTORNbY AT LAW.
308 Stangenwfllri Building
TbLCPHONE MAIN gl.
W. Austin Wbiting,
W. J. Robinson,
Removed to Room 306, Judd Building
prrnmoN J. A. Matthewman
Peterson & Ulatlliewrcan,
CCUNbfcLLOHS AT LAW
r. O Box ii is KAAIIOMAMJ ST
jitrHoMi, .Maim iM
J. M. KANEAKJJA,
Counsellor at Law.
OFFICU-B-tliel St., near the Post-Office,
a New Lot of . . ,
Kev West and
" eavt-t unch u
1' NOl U
Royul Hawaitnn Hoel
have chaneei hands and Kill be con-
t cled on antlptlc plans. I l .
Antiseptic Trcatmen to Instruments
afflK . ii IL,' H
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I'bctg Cciorlnltt, 1901, tjr
MISS MAUDE ADAMS.
Minn Ail.un In sppiiillnir. thp Miintncr III Hotitlu-in rmnco, where she Is re
eiipi'intluc ffiiin tin' strnln of lnt HriiomiV woik. Hlu- will m-xt npiienr In n
piny wliK'li lins Ihtii wrltton for her by Mr. .1. M. llaiilu, inithnr of "Tlie Lit
tle MlulKter." The rcmrt that Mint AilnniH nml Snr.ili lWrntmrdt would play
together In the leading loles of "Ituuieo nnd Juliet" Is deliuunoed ns wholly
DR. KINVOUN ENKOUTE. ,
Dr. J. J. Klnyoun who was quaran
tine plijslclan nt Han Francisco during
the plagtio times arrived here In the
Nippon Maru esterday on bis way to
the Orient. As the medical represen
tative of the government be-Is being
cent to the Kar East to make n special
study of the diseases '.o often epidemic
there nnd which on accouut of the In
creasing Intercourse between the Cast
and West are becoming ut Intervals
menaces to civilization. This morning
Dr. Klnyoun was shown oter the. quir
nntlne station at this port and cxprcsit
d himself as very much pleased with
what he saw.
The steamer Orcgonian from New
York for Honolulu arrived at Coroncl,
Chill, on July 13th.
Riding Astride Makes Little
Headway Among Ladies
There Is a rumor that the bean-cat-,
Ing, blue-blooded Boston dames have
mounted a new bobby. They rldo
astride. Not the bobby, but the horse. .
They think this Is a good time to be
gin, says the New York Sun. Since
the Boston subway uus completed, a
large part of the population spends Its
time underground, riding back and
forth through the tunnel and exclaim
ing: "Wo did It!
This has Increased the above-ground '
Inhabitants to so small a number that
It's a good time to oercomo public
opinion, because there's so little of It
to overcome. Consequently thd Boston
women refeired to t:nn seized the
chance to establish the new fad In rid
ing. They Know that by the tlmo the
people get tired ut looking nt their hole
In the ground, bloomers will nave be
come a pait of thfl Boston eieed of B's.
Its growing. Already It Includes Bos
ton bens, Boston bays, Boston blue
blood and Boston has bleus, . ,
Within a few wck& the same rumor
has broken out nearer home. Newspa
per paragraphs have declared that New
York women, too, are going to aban
don the side puddle, aud takn to di
vided skirts. Doctors uho have been
consulted sigh and Bay they only wish
tuc rumor would come true. They do
what they tan to push It along. They
prescribe tiding nstilde, and say It Is.
tho only healthful and safe way for
anybody to tide. But tbij tity that
It'R ono of the presctltplons which New
iork women u.iu o tar declined to
And yet theto Is a pcislstent rumor
In tho all' that women huvo been seen
riding nstilde ocn In tho paik. Tho
regular pom emeu have it certain repu-1
tatlnn for blindness, but there ts no
particular reason why it paik polite-!
mnn fahuuld have trouble with his ryes.
nil uujii iu Hiinw u mciu are any
visions cf namzons In. dUlilcd skirts
flitting nlonj; tho bridle paths there '
cummer daja. Several polltemea were, I
tlteiefure, approached on tho subject.
"Ilev I seen anny vtiamcn rliiln' I
nulliridc lately? said one. "No I nin't.
They was t,u thiec actresses done It
a few yea is ago, but I ain't never seen
no lady u-doln" It."
At the riding academies the rumor
fared quite, as badly.
"No,1' said ono of the German tiding
masters, "ve aind god no ladles rtdln'
asdrlde In our agademy."
"Say, you ride better than you talk,"
put In another one. "Sits his English
sort of sideways, doesn't ho?" us the
German went off. "No, there's not a
single lady, nor a married one either,
riding astride In our academy. And I
don't think you'll And one In any of
tbo cither academies. They don't want
to hero in New York."
"Do they rldo that way In tho coun
try?" "I don't know. We had ono woman
who wanted to lenrn to ride astride,
She took a few lessons, but never went
nny farther than that."
"They rldo nstrldo In England. Do
you think that If It becomes tho uni
versal stylo over thoro New York
women will follow It?"
"I don't know. I'm not In tha
prophesying business. Women are
sticklers for style. They'd rldo on
their heads If It were the fashion. All 1
know 1b that we haven't seen any signs
of this new fad so far. Wo have a fow
HIHk HX:K,'iVm ! I IV
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GUNHRAL. LUDINGTON HERE.
H readier Ocneral M. I. Ludlngton,
Quartermaster llcneral of the Army
was about town this morning accom
panied by Quartermaster Major Rob
Inton. The Quartermaster General ts
Rteatly Impressed with Honolulu nnd
cnnsldeis the city a place of great Im
portance to the army transport ser
vice. Honolulu will loim a part of the
report of the general on his return to
Washington. He leaves In the Grant
for the Philippines win re he will re
main about a month, returning to the
States by way of New Yorl.
The bark Albert sailed for this port
from San Francisco on the 14th In:'..
She has quite a number of passengers,
nmong them being Mrs. Turner, wife
of the first mate.
little girls riding astrldo because the
doctors have ordered It; but no grown
At the new academy the head master
took the Inquiry very calmly.
"Well," ho said, "wo haven't nny
ladles riding astride, but we have a
good many little girls. Tbo women are
not likely to, rldo astride In the city,
at any rato not for tho present. There
are too many roughs. But they mav
ride that wuy In the country."
"Do they now?"
"I don't know of any that do. Still
Ihey may havo picked It up this winter
In the South.".
"Will theso little girls who are learn
ing to rldo astride be willing to change
to a side-saddle later? Won't they pre
fer tho easier and safer way of riding
"Oh, It's just ns comfortable for them
to ride with a side-saddle. Indeed. I'm
told It gives them a better grip of the
"If that is truo, that riding sideways
Is Just as easy, safe and comfortable,
and gives ana a better grip of the horse,
I suppose you would like to ride that
"Well well no, I wouldn't. You
sec 1 think there's somebody waiting
for me," and tho master made his cs-i-ape.
"Of course," laughed a bystander,
"you'ro nut going to cntcli'tho academy
people encouraging women to ildo
astride. It k so much insler to rldo
that way that It would cut Into tie
number of lessuns teirlbly. At least
they think it wuuld. I don't helljvo It
myself. 1 think ten time!, as many
women would learn to tide and that It
would bo a good Oilng nil around."
Buffalo Bill offeied to wager tho ro
poller that In ten yiars tiom now
there won't bo one si ie-baddlu In a
thousand, lie sayM tho KngllBh worueti
want to inako It tuc fashion, anil th'.l
vhen it coa.es ta thllisa cquijtliuu. Uu
lat,llsh uct the fashion fur tho woild.
in spite, however, or Col. Co.iv
wager and of the minora which .;)
to bo getting lather thick, tho jcotilu
who rldo bay that ao far tbeio aie no
signs of thu sldfi-eaddlo going to thu
It Is worth lemcmberlng, luwevw,
that Just before the bicycle Jumped into
fashionable favor there were plenty ot
seucres who said that fashiouubiK
women would never touch It. It v.'Jt
the same thing with tho short sklit .'or
"It Is a queer thing," said a WQiunti,
"that In certain fashions society fol
lows tho masses. It's ulte ull right.
Society women don't want tj make
themselves conspicuous nnd uxptiw
themselves to unpleasant comment. So
they sit quietly buck and wait until I ho
thing has lost Its novelty und every
body has got on nil tho sarcastic, epi
grammatic gags he can think of and
wants a chanco to say smart things on
tho other sldo. Then tho society woman
adopts tha fail and everything Is lovely.
"Perhaps tno riding astrldo will tti'ii
out that way. As for thcro being any
danger of unpleasant experiences,
that's nonsense. I'va Been wnmn riding
abtrldo In tho Chicago parks and pco
pie scarcely looked twlca at them. And
I must say that the women rodo so well
that they could better atTord to be
looked at than tho women who rodo In
the old-fashioned way."
$g Feels Like
This Is ona lypo ol hideous headache. There are miny
oiler klndj. each having Us particular variety of middl
ing tcrtert or dull, stupefying throb. Headachea belon?
to :ho past because Cessler's Magic Headache Wafers are
of the f reicr.t.
It vou smoke lao much, or drink too much,
or eel too
too late, or
Mr. Mu Center. Ph. C. It.lwuVee. Wli. .... , . L
Dear Sir- Yo jr Mlclc Hcalaehe Walerl aw a lecldoJ necejtll to anjronu. hi
(rem choice cr ctherwtw. muit InduVc In the " '"l. "ff'".'1' Vik,?1;,;'
ut Ire jour remed I ner have headiche, nctwlthatandliit le dlpnerl anj other clr
cummncea which uiually prevcko headache. I llnd a major l c( th. club memljrl
keep auf Hied with your natle remedy which ts c);1l'nw'",,ra"p HUMMEL
Contain no harn-U .ititancef tf any kind. They are Illtlvely helptul to
ve and nyalcm. Sold by all drucel." ,P:t,a"d. 2' " i?XAfoli,.,lms. "
y in the 25c box.) Th. genuine are put up In tablet lorm only. Aol J rowdwl
Pallia's Contempt is
The validity of tho lommltimcnt if
Deputy Sheriff Prank Pnhla to Oalrti
prison for contempt of court by Judge
Dear was argued In habeas corpus pro
ceedings before the committing Judge
yesterday afternoon at 4 o'clock. At
torney A. G. M. Robertson represented
I'nhla and nrgucd that the court had
no Jurisdiction to order tho recon
veyance of the land or to send Pnhla
to Jail for contempt. Bobcrtson held
that when n ward marries or becomes
of ago she passes from the guardian
ship and Jurisdiction of the court. Ha
claimed the validity of tho deed should
have been questioned In an action at
equity, and that I'ahl.t should hruo
been given nn opportunity to prove
Geo. A. Davis, In answering this ar
gument claimed that a guardian undci
local laws, continues In power ever
after marriage until the ward he
roines twenty years of cge. Ho pointed
nut that Pahla had violated a plain and
proper order of the Court nnd was ac
cordingly properly committed. Mr.
Davis also attacked the sufficiency ot
Judge Gear took tho matter under
advisement and will render a decision
at an early date.
David II. Maconachlc and Miss Flor
ence Frtls were united In marriage at
the homo of Captain and Mrs. G. H.
Brokaw, corner of Pllkol nnd Here
tanla streets, last evening, the Iter.
Wm. H. nice of Ohio officiating. Tho
bride was accompanied by Miss Ella
K. Dayton as mald-of-honor, while
George H. Angus acted as best man.
After tbo ceremony, there was n line
wedding, supper. The Hawnllan Quin
tet Club furnished tho music. Mr.
and Mrs. Maconachla will go to house
keeping at once In a comfortable little
dwelling on Young street.
SAVE YOUR PHOTOS.
The process of binding pic
tures under glass is rmdc so
simple hy the introduction o.
the Gummed Binding Papt
that anyone can do it.
It will affoi da pleasant even
ing s occupation and save your
photos Irorn ruin, to get what
vou require at KING bROb
and do ihit work yourelt.
Full rock i any shade.
a , a
Blank books of nil sorts, ledgers, etc.
manufactured by the Bulletin Publish
RT & CO.,
m ELITE 1C1. CREAM PARLOUS
Fresh -nvolci's of lltYLCKS
CHOCOI.A ll-.S per the
f f l-t FORT ST.,
AA Has the Best Assortment of
PACIFIC ISLAND CUBI03
In tho City.
F11FSI1 HOME-MADE POI ON TUES
DAYS AND yniDAYS,
F. W. Thrum,
ItOOM inn. UOSTOiV 'Rr.OOK,
TEL. .MAIN 04.
Alt b' y .irvl SUmplng.
Full lb r .rt Vi..trrhis : : :
An Luiwiuery 'au ht : : i
l.ovi tii H. I'oi'i Strret
Fino Job I'riiitiiii; nt tlio'llul-
pit uolncaehett Imade cl paatel becauie tu:h ccvera warp own. tpolllnelhe powii
ind when damp are wcrniy. Ceaaler s Maele Headache W.lerj arj guarantee! U
euro absolutely In 20 tnlnjtes. er return panly ued bo to drueelil and he will relmi
much, or work too much, or sit up
git up too early and have a head
any cause, you can stop It In
II you take one after drinking or
catl-g heavily before going to bei.
you will arise the next morning wlta
iteacy nerves ana a cicar orain
CiluTiet Club. Milwaukee, Wli Feb. 23. 1 900
San rraneheo AgtnU Tun Net
National Dank of Sa:c Jfruauisoi
Han Fiiauoibco Tho Nevada Katie
Bnk of Ban Francisco.
London Tho Union Bank of Lcmili
Nkw YonK American Kichange r-
tlonal Bank. .
CmcAoo Merchants National Baul
PAWa Credit Lyonnsls.
Berlin Dre.Jner Bank.
IIonko.no and Yokohama Houk.n
Shanghai Banking Corporation.
Nr.W 7.KALAND AMD AUNTBAUA Bh
nt New Zealand.
JOTOIIlA and Vaitooiivkh Bnl
British North America.
-rt i Geaersi haiiiit im L'mune Bbi:v
iitJ.att Resetted. Loarr, inai.- on Ap
roved Uectr'ty. t!oniorrlal and Trafo'e.
redltt Iesvl. BUI ot lUrhsrm.) hen?
f.t acTiows PaoHrn.T Aiw""r e
Transact a General Banking
and Exclmngc Bii3iiii!;,i.
Cominereinl ntul Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued, available
in nil , tbo irrincirul cittei ot' tlie
Intorcst ullowed after Jttlr 1,
1S08, on fixed depo.itt 7 day
notice 2 per cent, (this form will
not bear interest unlei ir remains
undisturbed fpj: one month ). 3
mouths 3 per cent., 0 month 3 1-2
per cent, 12 months 4 p?r cent.
Pioneer Building an
ASBSTB, DEC. II, 1811, HU.tTf.C
Honey loaned on approved aseurllv
ASavlnrfsBank fcr monthly deposit.
Houses built on tbe monthly taiui
Twentieth Bert , of fltnrk la aar,
OFFICERB T. F. Lanaln, Prar.
dent: S. B. Rose, Vice Prestaent; C. :,
Gray, Trersurer; A. V. Gear, SesrsUn
D1RECTOIUS-T, F. Lanjln, fl. B
nose. A. V. Oear, A, W. Koech, Hnr
Haiti:, :. L. McLean, J. D. Holt, 0. ?
'Jray, W. L. Howard.
A. V. OKJLR,
i.bniaber nt Commerce roo.
oftv Hour- la-aa Tun
iMvtngs D'Jivxti- win .
received ami Interow allowed by th
llunU at four ami onu-Lulf f-ar t
Prime! copies of tbe Ru'.jh aud Pi
illations may Iieobtalued nn uppilCitio,
Otltco at bank building on Merohs
Tlj'8 Yokohama jSpecia Bar
SubK'Ibel Capital Vm u.vr..v,
CalJUpCaelial v tl.w.x.
R.nrvcJ Itnl y(1 ,illtk
Htao OBte. Ynli.iliimi
The Bank buys and reoelvee for cut
lection Bills of Excharun, tuuM Drifti
ind Letters of Credit. ,iai tnasacti
a general banking busirusa.
Oa ru.il Pipoe't tor ts anjntfle, a w aaal i
On ru.l Deposit for CiBontta.ila "
(X rii.l Utfoilltot J B01, )
Branch ol the Yokohama SoJ Bin,
Eecatilic Miin, 111 in) si, Sn3h
win Holers v
H. P. BALDWIN President
J. D. CASTLE 1st Vice President
V. M. ALEXANDER.... 2nd Vice Pros
J. P. COOKE Treasurer
V. O. SMITH Sccty. and Auditor
Sngar Factors and
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Company.
Pala Plantation Company,
Nahlku Sugar Company,
Klhel Plantation Company,
Hawaiian Sugar Company,
Kahulut Railroad Company,
Tfce Califonla and Oriental S. S. Ci.
rV.G. Irwin &0i
Western Sugar Refinery Company of
Baldwin Locomotive Works of Phila
delphia, Pn U. S. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cane Shredder), New York, U. S. A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical Fertil
izers. Alex. Cross & Sons' high-grade Fertil
izers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE:
Parafllne Paint Co.'s P. & B. Paints and
Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oils,
raw and boiled.
Indurlne (a cold-water paint), In white
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Lime and
CASTLE & COOKE "
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Walamea Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, St. Louis, Mo.
me standard Oil Co.
The Geo. F. Blake Steam Pumps.
The New England Life Insurance Co.
The Etna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford.
The Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
LIFE and KIRK
.Sew England Mutual Lifb In
surance Co. GF BOSTON.
tna fire Insurance Compaht
Wm. G. Irwin & U
Wm. G. Irwin., President and Manager
Claus Spreckels Vice President
W. M. lGffard... Second Vice President
H. M. Whitney, Jr Treas. and Sec.
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
Commission & i
AGENTS OF THP
IUBAMI0 STEAMSHIP .iH'r
OF SAN FRANCISCO. CAL.
SKEWER & CO., mi
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H.
Hawaiian Agrlcultural'Co., American
Sugar Co., Ookala Sumr Plant Cu
Onoraea Suga, Co., Honomi: Sugar Co
Wallu!:ii Sugar Co., Makea Stu-ar Co.,
H.tleakila Ranch Co., Molokal Ranch,
Plantms' Lino of Snr Francisco.
Packet; Brewer & Co.'s Line of Boston
LIST OF OFFICERS.
C. M. Cooke, President: George
Robertson, Manager; E, F. Bishop,
Trea3iuer and Secretary; Col. W. E.
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, H. Wa
terhouse and Geo. R, Carter, Directors.
QUEBN ST., - HONOLULI .
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Balolso Insurance Co,
Union Gas Englno Co,
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