Newspaper Page Text
CVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II . MONDAY. APRIL IS. 190S
Easter' Week Offering
Special Sale of Easter Neckwear
BEGINNING MONDAY. APRIL 13th. At quick-sell-iiiB
prices: A SAVING OF FROM 1-3 TO 1-2 IN EV
SILK AND WASHABLE STOCKS
33c NECKWEAR 3H
40c " 'M)(t
J50o " ilW
75c " 50
WINDSOR TIES, plaids nnd solid colors, 25v.
FOUR IN HAND SILK TIES, red, navy, and black,
at 35 each.
EMBROIDERED TURN-OVER COLLARS, from
Elegant Assortment, from SI. 00 upward.
PRETTY CHIFFON SCARFS in Dresden effects.
White Mercerized Damasse
Extra quality, G5o value, at -10 a yd.
Pure Linen White Table DamasR
2 yards wide; $1.00 quality, at S0 a yd.
Childrcns's Silk Parasols
Natural wood handles, red, white, pink, and blue,
D0 upwards. Children's white lingerie parasols, hem
stitched border, $1.25.
Steel rod, fast black, at $1.00 each.
The Importance of the Belt
The belt puts the finishing' touch to the costume.
Among the big variety of belts there are styles and colors
to fill every want.
ELASTIC STUDDED BELTS, from 91.35 up.
SILK BELTS, polka dot. embroidered, at $1.00.
SILK TAILORED BELTS, in black, white, and colors,
from 75 up.
The New Patent LEATHER BELT, with pearl knobs,
FINE LEATHER BELTS, made of calf and fine kid,
in white, black, brown, and tan, 75 up.
LEATHER DELTS, with purse attached, very stylish,
N. S. Sachs Dry
THE STORE WITH THE
The Gas Light
The Electric Light
These arc the steps in the development of the lamp,
nnd a marvelous growth it is. Are you using the latest
nnd best light, ELECTRICITY? If not, consult without
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
KING ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
Shipping & Commission Merchant
Diamond Crystal Cooking and
Blackola and Russetine
J. A. Oilman, - Ag'ent
rr 1 IW1IIUJL'TT,IJ l-l'1-1 I "l .Fl1, ll"J'f' Mill 'fL. J .
LltO JL aOllr Delivered
Coyne Fiirniture Coi
HOLLYWOOD PRINT PICTURES
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO.,
R. MIYATA & CO.,
CONTRACTORS. BUILDERS, PAIN-
TERS, PAPER HANGERS and .
Eecond Hand Lumber, Doors and
ishcs Bought nnd Sold.
XAito ST., PALAMA JUNCTIUfl.
Goods Co., Ltd.,
MONEY - BACK POLICY.
P. 0. BOX 144.
SALOON is right close to the theater,
where you can get the Best of Every
thing to drink.
Wing Wo Tai & Co
941 NUUANU ST
(Continued from Pace 1)
Hint Hawaii nlso send six delegates
nnd endeavor to hnvo thorn seated.
Thin will bo n ninttcr for the conten
tion to tnko up."
Ilobertmm nnnoiinced Hint tlio elce
Hon of n (enipoinry chnlrnian wus In
order, nnd i:iy Crawford noinlnated
C. A. Illce. Willie Crawford moved I
Hint nominations cloie. This carried I
and Hlt-u was decaiud elected. lie.'
Wns escoj li'di to tjio.chnjr by K com
milieu, eimUhliiB, of' HlUn nnd 1.1ml
nay, appointed fir the inirpane(
Hire called for nominations for n
temporary rorietnrj. tlcrnnid Keloko-1
ilo nominated Win Savldge, but Unit
gentleman titatud Hint he win not u
delegate, utul was theiefore Ineligible
Knleloiu noinlnated I'.ll Crawford, but
found no necnml. ltojKtelu nonilnateil
A. I), C.iKtio, and Kelokollo mi o-l
Hint nominations close, which wan cir
lied, anil Caatro was declined elected
Katilukou nominated Mil Cluwford
an Interpieter. and he was elected.
Atkinson moved that the Chair lie
authorized to appoint n committee on
rules, credential and " permanent or
gnnl atlon nml - on resolutions. Ki.
Lnno moved to nnicnd mi that a del-
egnlo from each dlstilct and one nt
inrgo bo appointed on each cotnniitiei
ItolBtcIn seconded the amendment
nud It wan accepted by Atkinson. who
stilted, however, that he had meant
that there ilionld lie only one com
Holsteln offered an amendment thut
theie Blioulil be three separate com
mittees. This wus nccepted also.
Chairman Rico then appointed Hi"
commlttecH as follows:
Commltteo on Credentials A. I,. C
Atkinson, S. Kiilnmn, A. S. Kalelopu
Dan Kclllnn, A. P. Kninhon, A. Jt
Cnbrlnhn, C. Wolters.
Coiiiniittcc on Hides and Permanent
Organization II. I Holsteln, S. I,.
Dosha, C. Hansen, W. V. Drake, A
Cox, 1". Wnhlron, II. I. Ilaldwln.
Committee on Resolutions W. O.
Smith, K. E. Ulclmrds, II. 1. Baldwin,
C. K. Cooko, Sol. Mnhelona, J. K. Ku
In. J. K. Lelepnll.
Kalelopu moved Hint (ho convention
adjourn until 7:30 o'clock this even
ing, and this carried. The committees
will meet In the meantime nnd will
biihnilt their reports tonight.
Some of the delegates had In mind
a piopojltlou to have the convention
pass a lcsnlutlon In fnvor of the re
appointment of I'liikhani as president
of the Hoard of Health, but tlio ap
pointment of Dr. Cofer by Hie Gov
crnor will, of couise, do nwny with
any such plan.
Tlio oluclnl call of delegates showed
the following to bo duly accredited,
the blanks helm; those precincts
which had sent no leturns to the Con
Plrst l'lecinct Daniel Kalol.
Third I'reclnct Frank 0 da Itosa
Fourth I'reclnct Daniel Nnmohoo.
Samuel Kulllikane, Samuel Kalua.
Fifth 1'iecliict Chas.sAkau. A. M
Cabrlnha, S. Ij. Desha, John M. Knl
!:. i:. Illchards.
Sixth I'reclnct John T. Molr.
Seventh I'reclnct Wm. Kelilnul,
Eighth l'lecinct John II. Iloss.
Ninth rreclncl W. (1. Walker.
i:iovcntli I'reclnct John Al, 8i,
Twelfth I'reclnct J. M. Kiilina, F
First I'reclnct II. I Holsteln.
Second l'lecinct It. It. Elgin. Da
ll I.ono Knaikuoha.
Third Precinct J. W. Knwal. J. K.
Fourth I'reclnct James Ako.
Tenth I'reclnct C. Wolters, W. II.
Htitelilon, "' .
Eleventh I'reclnct Geo. M. ltobert
Second 1'ieclnct David Taylor.
Third l'lecinct C. U IJndbuy, 1M
ward Wnlaliolo, Oco. 11. Dunn.
Fourth 1'ieclnct Iter. J. Nun.
Fifth I'recinct William R. Il.il,
Augustine i:uoh, Wlllinui T. Itoblnson.
Sixth I'reclnct C. Hansen, W. Ki
linn, Jno. Vnseoncellos, II. 1. Ilald
Seventh I'reclnct Horace Kekumu.
Eighth I'recinct Henry Ilouter.
Nliilli Piecluct M. II. neuter.
Tcntli Piecluct Levi It. Joseph.
Klevcnth Precinct P. P. Inuliia.
Twelfth Precinct J. Kinmersley.
Thirteenth 1'ieclnct John Knllno
S. n. Kaluina, A. J. Gomez, W. O
Fourteenth I'reclnct A. F. Tavares.
Fifteenth I'reclnct Alex. J. Mc
t.ood, Sixteenth I'reclnct
Seventeenth Precinct J. Nakaleku.
Eighteenth Precinct Theo. T. Mey
er. Nineteenth Precinct J. N. Uahl
Twentieth Precinct W. J. (ioodliuo
J. H. McVeigh, J. K. Wnlninnu.
First Precinct A. I.. C. Atlt'.ison,
Thus, P. Cuininlus.'Jas. L. Holt, Win
Second Precinct Geo. P. Denlbon
Geo. Mulle, Fred I.. Wnldrou.
Third I'reclnct Clarence II. Cooke
Frank J. KriiKor, Jos. II. I-Ittlo.
Fourth Precinct C. Hustaee, Jr.
P. E. R. Strauch
Several Fine lots at Kaimiiki and
Palolo. Cleared and free of stone.
Maiinc View. Good neighborhood.
Easy terms, Apply
74 S. KINO ST.
I (TrMUTid ir,t)
An Inhalation tor
Creaotane m Boon to Aathmatlca.
)it It not ttm in re rITuco r to Ln-athn In a
remwlf for dlsvswi of lha lifpailim orfcB tfajn
lu taita th fmodr Into il Moinm UJ
(jrrnnirnn COM ixvan-w iv ir rrnuru i
Imnirltf BnllaTitlfl. U rfttrlM OTff ttl t)lVIM-ll
urfai with everr Ucath, at1njr rrolongi-il at.J I
I'UIIIUIIll IITVIUITIIIf 4 1 .--,-,-,..r , ..,. m
ith iniall child rtn. aMi""" " ' ' X? i
TIiom of a Con
Will flml immaillmtfl rll
from CoukIh or inflamed
UumlUlon of ihn throU
Mrnil notl for d
npnf rraolran (;o
1M Kutlun Htreet,
(Special to the Hull, t I id
Wnlluku, Maul, Apil! hi -The
American four masted sh.n ilis was
towed out to sea from Kalmlin hrenk
water by tlio steamer t'l.iiiillue last
Wednesday eVenliiK with the larsest
carco of susnr that er . ft Kahulul
harbor, about 5C0O tons. The blKsest
siiBar cargo heretofore ihat was
shlpiied out of Kahulul w.ih rlm tons
by tho Krsklno M. Phelps, which Is
now on tlio way to Delaware Break
water. That record was broken by
the Atlns, which left Wednesday and
drawing 23 feet of water
When almost abreast the outer end
of the breakwater, Captnln Dennett
of tho Oajnllno, finding himself In n
somewhat dangerous position, ordered
the seven-Inch hnwscr cut The Atlas
dropped both her anchors The Les
lie Hnldwln went out to lender aid.
At about G o'clock the (Mainline got
hold of tho Atlas' hawser u.ilii nml
tho latter wns towed sare Into deep
In tho event of(tho Sherman's ar
riving tonight, iffm will be a dunce
Given by the Mnuiiu Hotel In honor
nf tho jofllccrs and p.is&gers.
If there is a band u board the trans
port, there will hf. u bikini concort
Klvcn at tho holi'l In addition t' the
regular daiice, Kaat's wcll-Muown
Hawaiian oichestra will furnish the
music for1tlfo dance J '
All fiicnds of the Molina aid in
vited in attend. ,
the Ko.i Furniture on display In
tho window of the Hawaiian Olllc
Speclnlty Co., Mil, l3l Fort street
Why don't ou cull and sea It?
dipt. Andeison of tlio steam yacht
Curmlnn has arilvcd In Now Yoik
hnibor after n crulso to Culm and
tho Ilahamas. The crew reports Hint
off South Cniollna they encountered
twclxo Immense waterspouts, which
they had gre.it trouble In avoiding.
The wind went lound tho compass
three times In a few hours.
nflf PULLETIN AQ3. PAY -W
John Lucas, Geo. W. Smith,
Fifth Pieelnct J. M. Kculoha. J
M. Konhou, John Kauua, Daniel Ki
Sixth Pieelnct W. F. Drake, Thou
Kakulla, II. Klenimc, Jou Keohokll,
P. J. Uonagliaii, A. It. Phillips.
Seventh Precinct A. D, Castio,
John C. I.anc, H. W. Qiilnn.
i:ightli precinct II. J. Ilaldwln, C
L. Crahbe, II. K. .Murray, Jno, Mar-
Third I'reclnct Andrew Cox, W
W. Goodale, A. 8. Mahaulii.
Fourth I'reclnct I . Meyer.
Fifth Precinct Geo. F. ltenton.
Seventh I'reclnct ICII J. Crawfoid
Jos. K. Knlnma, S. Mnhelona.
Ninth Pieelnct Samuel C. Dwlght.
Nngarnn Fernandez, Frank F, Fornan
des, John I., Kniiluknu.
Tenth I'reclnct A. S. Kulelopii.
Klevenlli 1'ieclnct M. C. Ainuna,
W. O, Smith, S. P. Correa.
Twelfth Pieelnct Win. II. Craw
ford. Clins. 11. Clink, I). ll.,Keleklo,
A. K. VIerrn.
Thirteenth Pieelnct William S. K,
Kaku, .lack Kahulek.iulla.
Second Pieelnct A F. Knuilscn,
Third Pieelnct J. K. Knpunliil.
Fourth 1'ieclnct II I). Ilaldwln.
Fifth Piecluct J. I. Sllvn. ,
Sixth Pieclnrt J. K. Kula.
Soventh I'reclnct C A. Illco, C. W
Spitz, J. A. Hogg.
KlKhth Precinct Geo. II. Falrchlld
Ninth I'reclnct Hubert Scott.
Tenth Piecluct Win. Weiner. :
isw -' cimp mt
i; u h ra i v ,i i a
Two wlieless messages were receiv
ed this morning hj Governor Frear
cndoislng heartllj Plnkhiim for re
npiiolntmeta as President of th"
Hoard of Health. Que of tliom came
from the leper settlement on Molo
kal, purporting to he the expression
of nil the people nt the settlement.
It reads ns follows:
Kuluiipnpa, April 13. To Govern
or Frear: People nt settlement unn-
nlmously nnd earnestly pray Gov.
I'renr to reappoint Mr. Plnkhain, the
best president we eer hnil. Signed
Hxccutlvc Commlttuo on Petition.
The set ond message enmo from I.a
Imlmi nnd Is ns follows:
Lnhalna, April 13. To Governor
Frenr: J.nhnlnu Improvement Asso
ciation unanimously endorses I'lnk
hnm. DR. L. E. COFER APPOINTED
(Continued from Vase 1
this time of making most deslrnbli
appointment thereto necessitates my
requesting the set vices of your Doc
tor Cofer ns President Health Iloaid;
tills arrangement to continue for In
definite period unless term stated by
ou. This duty In addition to his
ether duties us iiunuintlne ofllccr
This appointment will carry no sal-
nry, but a nominal allowance for ex
tra expenses. He will have our co
operation in administration of health
board matters so that said duties will
not hamper his regular work, hut
will, by harmonious conduct of In
ternal sanltnry affairs and quaran
tine, tend to best Interests of both
Hawnll nnd your corps.
WAI.TKR F. FIlKAlt.
Governor of Hawaii.
The Governor recolvcd the follow
April 13th, 190S.
Governor Frear, Honolulu, Hawaii:
Have wired Cofer authorizing him
to accept position ns President
Health Hoard in addition to his oth
er duties. WY.MA.N.
l.lku u queen ordering her subjects
nnd having them entirely at her beck
and call, Mrs. Mary Atchcrlcy this
morning led u small army of Havval
lans to the Capitol grounds, and
shortly after 9 o'clock this morning,
after assembling them before the
steps of the building and hnrnngue-
tng them an to their duties, led them
up-stalrs to the Executive chambers
and preheated them to the Governor.
First In tho line was the commit
teo nppolntcd lately with a petition
asking that Mr. Plnkhain be not re
appointed. Two copies of this peti
tion were presented tu tho Governor,
one. the original In Hawaiian and tho
other n translation, After theso
came the rank nud II le of Mary Atch
erley's army. It wus indeed un Im
Kadi soldier of tho iirmy marched
In tliiougli the outsldo office to tho
Governor's room nnd wns greeted by
the genial Chief Kxccutlvo with a
hearty shako nf the hand nnd a .won'
of welcome, after which the petition
er continued tho march tn
the outer room ngnln. This con
tinued fur considerable time, in fact
so long Hint someone audibly won
dered If the men were completing u
circle and visiting tho Governor
twice. Finally, however, there were
no moru to bee the Governor, and tho
army formed two by two nnd bent
step down tho stairs, whcie they
wero met In state by Mrs. Atcherley,
who expressed her gratification nt
what had been done by also grasping
tlio hand of each of tho men and
speaking to m u word to them In Ha
waiian. When they li.ul nil reached the
shado of tlio trees outsldo again, Mrs
Atcherley called them together and
made a speech of soverul minutes
And then tho army was dispersed
Mr. Plnkliani was In consultation
with tho Governor this morning but
had nothing to say when ho returned
from tho conference.
George Ado, at u collego fratcrntt"
dinner In .Now York, s.Hd that out
In Indiana, whero he owns n farm,
ho Is known us a playwright, and In
New York, whero he writes plays, he
Is known us u farmer.
Tho Hist stone In the highest dam
In the world is being laid with ap
propriate exercUcs on tho Shohonc
liver In Wyoming. It will conserve
tlio wntera of the river for tho Irrl
gntlon of a vnst territory.
Andrew Carnegie, addressing New - . .. - T 1 ,iBB
York students, snld more fullurca A ?M j TT HT J x v)'JH
wero caused by drink than nnythlng 1 I A 1 i A Has JttOVed tO 'M
SjJ.-jg.JSSJ- J I I railll OREGON BLOCK, I
The Weekly Eiltlon o the Evenlnp 1 RO TTol QU- rJH
Qulletln gives a complM. summary of ?,trz lZ. '?
e news of tho day. Blia,HaMaB OPPOSITE YOUNQ HOTEL ,M
SOLD THI SWEEK:
One Tine Touring Car,
Two Beautiful Runabouts.
And another Runabout nnd Touring Car that are on the way
arc already spoekn for.
Come and place your ord en early.
The von Hamm-Young Co., Ltd.
would be good enough if they were repaired.
Bring them to us. Wc use the highest grade leather
and do superior work.
Men's Shoes half soled nnd heeled
Women's Shoes, hilf-soled a. 1 .
1119 UNION STREET.
OF THE WORKMAN'S ART
Every detail of its construction ii under the personal
supervision of experts. Every ounce of material in its
make-up is the very best that can be obtained.
That's why we can say. and do sav. that it gives the
best returns in SERVICE, ECONOMY, WEAR, and LOOKS
Are You Satisfied?
with the duality of the wnter vou have been drinldmrl
Let us call your attention to our brew of AERATED
WATERS. Nothing equal
CONSOLIDATED SODA WORKS CO., LTD. )
mm surwii wfiUWiiB m w i mmmm Mwi sm t&B
S Mister ! J
HR wiiMitiitlKii '" ' rtVe iUSt u coat- Iet n m
ffisS?JL BSfflaBuSapMB supply you with a new one. 9
wIem This is Not j
WHIPIHMHH.lv Tailor' Advertisement ,,m
-, ....... m
We are refernnp; to yow house it needs a coat of paint and needs JU
it badly. Let us fit it with a new coat of paint Real Paint put 03 bj tH
Real Painters, H
Stanley Stephenson, M
THE FAINTE RPHONE 426. Wk
P. 0. BOX 567.
EVERY ONE OF OUR
& CO., LTD.,
to them has ever been made in
j ..... .i
Q. S. LEITHEAD, Mar.xger. "' a