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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, July 11, 1908, 3:30 EDITION, Page 11, Image 11',
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It Not a Contest "
Is Not a Lottery
Is Not a Soramble
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acation Trip Plan Is
There were received this season over
100,000 boxes of oranges and lemons
froni Southern California; besides
hay', grain, poultry, cbrs, vcRetablcs
nnd fruits, and Implements which
could be furnished through our com
mercial men. Very ordinary oranges
riqdl,")eraqns.sold In llonohilu nt $4
a .box,, and at into, tnc southern part
ofVllietltlarid, at 60 to 73 cents a
doien. A ,,. t f,
t'.'Dy 'Steamer and rnll transporta
tion direct from our orchards and
shipped from Southern California
ports It). ventilated holds or on dock,
arid '.cooled by electric' fans, oranges
and Umons could lie transported from
th'o3produccr-to thefonumer nt from
30 to CO cents n box. As to passen
t . A s
jjr: ASftre Winner -
The Plan briefly explained means: The BUL
LETIN Piyi a certain percentafe on all subscrip
tion paid in adranee; then, for this percentage, it
buys, the beet potiible rate on iteamen, traini, and
' at hotek. TaV worken. for the Vacation Trips always
get the benefit of any low rate the .BULLETIN
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NEW STEAMER LINE
Railroad President Says
Modern Boat Would
Ij. ,T. Carnsey, president of the Io
Angeles, and Redondp Railway Com
pany, has just' rcturned-from an ex
tended .trip through and around the- B,.rJ Value thCr Is 'little doubt that
Hawaiian uianus, mm w u.Kuui nny nrgt.cass vessel would 'have her
tomo pf tho members of tho Unwallan fl,n ,oml,icm(!nt 'twice n month, as
no' one can now conic and go to and
from Honolulu except on vessels car
rying ihc American fag,,
""If the Pacific Mall ships, which
carry about all the people, arc filled
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Willi liuuilftll Finnvijfn n ui-ii uic
arrive In Honolulu, a man or woman
who wishes to get nwny Is marooned
for another two. weeks or possibly a
month. A new. vessel, which would
run' regularly and could bo depended
lipon, would undoubtedly take, tho
trade. . '
A Piv6tal Point
"Ilrinnliiltl And Us Rllrrmintllfif?H)irn
salldncd with tho exportation of .thcjie now receiving .great attention In tho
prdducts to'the States Is onl: In' Its WBy j Government appropriations.
luium.. i iubisw ittv tu iific- iiftWflii m the nlvota no nt ti t ho Pa-
Yacht Club 'In Honolulu when their
yachf left for San Pedro on the 2d
Inst., says the Los Angeles Times,
Juno .12. Ho; reports great enthusi
asm In the race.
With J. tl. Castle" nnd h. A. Thurs
ton; life-long residents of the Island,
and owners of the largest Industries
thereon, Mr. tiarnscy mode an ex
tended trip by Island steamer and au
tomobile through their koa and ohln
forests, which the' Mahogany Lumber
Company owns anil controls. Includ
ing many sugar,.,!offce, pineapple, ba
nana, and other plantations. He Is
se'ritatlve business men of this section
should Induce the. delivery of theso
commodities at our ports for con
sumption and ,reshlpmcnt to South
ern California and 'outlying districts,
instead or allowing tnem to go to Ban
fiig Shipments Come
, "The, pineapple Industry Is assum
ing Immense proportions," Bald Mr.
Oarnsey, "the output of the present
season being estimated nt 500,000
cases. In addition to the green fruit
of many thousands'morc. About .17,
000 pineapples came over with us on
tho Alameda, the first of the season,
and but a Binall consignment compar
ed with what will follow,
"There also were about 6000 bunch
esof bananas on this steamer, besides
cltlc, where alt vessels, both foreign
ririci domestic, must stop for water,
coal, nnd other supplies. I.os Angeles
ribd Its, surroundings should certainly
lic'rcpre'sentcd through natural trans
nbftatlon. without nlaylntr second
fiddle, to San Francisco or any other
"I hope some of our young nnd en
tcrprlslng mon will take this up at
on co nnd furnish a portion of tho cap
ital and launch a shipping enterprise,
as, the other portion of tho funds
could undoubtedly lie rained In tho
Islands at onco If encouraged through
proper channels offered through the
business people of our city.
I . "I do not speak from n promoting
standpoint, as 1 am not In that busi
ness, and I hope these suggestions
Por eating, drinking, end cooking
Pure, Delicious, Nutritious
NtsiSTifcio "b. s. t. orrios
Breitfut Cotos, 1-2 lb. tins
Usltet'i ChocoUte (uniwtetened), 1 .2 lb. ciIm
Certntn Swret Chocolate, M lb. caln
Fof Sk) bV Lwidlnft Cro-
WALTER BAKER & GO. Ltd
DORCHESTER, MASS., U. S, A-
4S HICHUt AWARDS IN DIKOPE
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largo quantltlss ,of miscellaneous ;,, onlr bevcpnsldored for public
iruif ana roorcnanaiso. uy ,a, juiui
efforts among, our ' buslneW .men,- n
fine, up-tp-dato vessel ftily..e'o,ulpped
for passenger and freight service, to
ply between- Southern. Calltofnla and
Honolulu, would unquestionably, pay
good dividends wjthln a few. months.
' , "llgoods fpt'SbuAhersCalltornia
nndilho Southwest', frbniuthese Isi-
nnds,are now,resbJpped at 8nKrari:
good and ithe, bnofits that might ac
crtie, toy Sou them California as n1
' IMMIGRATION OF CHINESE
"WdshlngtonD. C, July 2. The
tljlVeau.ofi Immigration today issued
arslntbmcnt showing thntln April,
lSp7(,3U.,Chlnene Ot'lliclaBSes were
Cisco,-and the, time, consumed and tho nriniill.rtiin th ,..m(rrvi hrirt iw.un
additional expense arojarjte" Items. :,.,; .innrnrf . in nrtr inns r.r.R
. - - i . .v um.j'wa - ! yul uv
were admitted nnd flftynhree deport-
par uno nunureu ana1 eignty-nino
claimed to be formsr-'resldonts and
bdt 120 new arrivals. '
Veilils coming direct to .our. ports
.would not, consume- nny more time
ipaaiuex uu io-on rruncivcu.
finrProdneti There., ,-V "
iii!few realize therquantlty of our
'. .products consumed, onUhe islands.
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MANY .AUTOS ARE
READY FOR FLEET
With the, report- by lr, T. Mltamura
of tho Japanese Fleet Conunlttco that
J 1000 would tin turned over this morn
Ing to tho Ways and Means Commit
leu, of which It. T. IVck Is chairman,
tho Entertainment Committee met this
morning and discussed tho progress of
iho1 fleet entertainments' Mltamura.,
In his report rcnucHtod'tllat tht Ways
nnd Means committee use tho fund for,
the frco tfnrwportittloiir of .tho meu.
Tho Kntcrtalnmcnt Conunlttco. m, mo
tion by VaiY-Viilkvnborg, recommenced
that Iho.commUteo adopt J be request
of tho Jnpanasc Fleet Cvininlttic,
Abram I.wls, Jr., reported that
Ihero were thlrty;four,uuUi.a,vllabld
fun thc'iiRQ of tlio; Pearl Harbor trip! ,
Alexander Youhg stated that .Ihi
wantMl thn.triMinrrntloil of ilin enter
talnmcnt balh'cqnipilttt'e,otmako ihu
liana in III) givuu ai ino,iounK,,.Ho;ina
nnd HiiAl an liolclsj .a.tTuccuHH.. It
was postponed for further consldera-,
Vni.ll HooKs,)rporUiUthat thu
Palm Cafe would provide refreshments
at tho big ball fpftiisowhllo.tlie. man.-
neoment of tho Young' wroth that It
would furnish them for $4C0. Tho
matter was discussed but no action
Tim question of Increasing tho bund
during fleet week was brought up fur
discussion, but It was shifted over In
Hip Executive Commlt'tvo for final ac
tion. .Tho eoiiimlltoo found that tliem
was io money available) fur such pur
pose. Van Vnlkcnburg reported progress
of his Pcarl'Ilnrbor .lunch counter. It
was lU'pMedjithat tho Knal cleo club
go ulong with Ihu commlltce ami, of.
IlleeiK of tho fleet onjbu Pear! Harbor
trip. i- ,
Oapt, Hcea nnd'-Abram Lewis want
ed to know If tho official progrnm-bud
been arranged. Chairman ' Wiildron
stated, after1- ttdophoulliK to lL, 1'.
Wood, that It wwuld bu arranged Wual-
ly on Monday next. At any rater tho
program as It Is today will bo vub
lUheil this afternoon.
Thoro being no other business pre
sented Iho meeting adjourned until
Tuesday morning at 8 o'clock.
Present wore F. L. Waldron, Einll
Uemdt, John Qulld. Dr. T, M Illinium,
8. Ozakl. fleorgu fimlthlcs. Itowen, J
M, I.ovy, Van VnHenburg, J. O, Lul
led, Henry Uurtlenian, Capt. Itccs,
Abram Lewis? Jr., Alox. Young, a.
Shebn, M. Phillips. Wm. II. Hooga.
KAflULUl ET$ F&AdMEHTS
OF FLEET WIRELESS CHAT
Lust night, Kx'pcrf. Ifjbell at tho Ka
huku Wlrelcss.-.Statloii,'; was ablo to;
catch detached frugtmjijls of messages'
from tho flagship' Concctlcut, nnd says
thai liu would liuvo-lifleii utilo to get
them In their cnllre'ty, had It not been
that Iho naval yard hbri) and tho Aro
thusii wdro culling In. Tho U, S. A,
T. Thomas was heard signalling Tblo
llluff, Cal., at 9:19 o'clock. Thu. Con
ncctlciit called tho Nebraska, which
Is following Iho Klcet out of Sun
Kranclsco, At 0:24, tho Connecticut
called "II. U.", Knhuku, and began
sending n inessugo from Lieut. Com
mander Kullonwcldor for thu local Asi
soclatcd Press representatives. Hut
tho Naval Station and tho Arethusii
destroyed tho signals.
Messages wcru exchanged with tho
transport Sherman, which passed tho
Armada at sea.
,185 edltorl! rooms 250 busi
ness office, These are the ntw tel
ephone numbors'ofth'e Bullttln'offlce.
WILL CONTAIN INFORMATION
OF REAL VALUE TO HAWAII
THIS EDITION will be a source of
I pride to our local people, and will
show our visitors that Honolulu is in the
front rank in producing a modern paper.
Among many interesting features in ;
its 36 pages we note the following: ' .
WHAT HAWAII OFFEUS YOVXG MUX,
y SlTKKTAItY -Iott-Smitii. ' . j
WHAT HAWAII OFFEUS EVUOPEAX .
Jy ,T. 1'. Cooici:. '
WHAT HAWA II OFFEUS THE FA KM Ml,.
Jty .!ari:ii G. Smith. t
WHAT HAWAII OFFEUS THE IXVES'IVH, !
By A. X. CamimikMh ' ' t
11 A WA II AX I) THE PROTECTIVE TA IUFF, 4
By E. E. 1'axto.v.
WHAT SHIP SOnSlM'MEAX'S TO AME1HGA,
By A. Lewis, Jit.
HAWAII'S. PIXE APPLE IXnUS'XllY,: '
By L. G. Kv;ffr.O(Ki. . . ,i
SPORTS IN HAWAII FIGUll'tfS 5FPlio(!liESS.
PEA11L HAIlllbi: ILLUSTUATEl), . .. , ,. , . ,;i,
UTTJU'llAXCESAXI) DOCUMENTS THATKMAIiYZ
FAIi-SlGHTED STA'TESMAXUlP 6F AM-.
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- NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS.
A " r' r ' ''-' '
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olosedr at 12 o'clock Saturday,
July 11.' The special attention of
patrons is directed to the great
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play of every Ad.
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questions, and get at the right aniwen : .
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tage? Is it easily cleaned, strong, durable J
We would be' glad to have you investigate the
I, after this manner; an I you'll be wis; to do it.
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