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chicory. It is this recognized
difference that has made RAINIER
(lie leading beer in every land.
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Good Folks Take
SET IN THE
Warants Ready At, Ten
Though the Hoard of Supervisors
did nut pass on the payrolls until
Inst night's meeting, Auditor tllck
ncll had all of the city's warrants
out and ready for distribution nt 10
u'clock this morning. This sets n '
new recoid for speed In the Audi
tor's olllce, and one thnt It will he
hard to beut unless tho Btoff is Bub-
stnntlull) Increased. 1
One hundred and twenty-six war-'
rants In all had to be made out, the i
Individual warrant system lutely I
adopted by the Hoard having made ,
the work considerably more nrdu-1
oils. Most or the warrants were
prepared In advance, however, and
Just as soon as the certified demands,
countersigned by the Mayor, wcie
sent back to lllckiivll's otflcc. the
slips were signed and ready tor dis
tribution. In order to accomplish the feat. It
wns necessary to sidetrack all other
business, and nil day Saturday I ho
staff dcw)ted Its time to making out
wnrmnts, liven at that some folk
were not satisfied, for before 9 o'clock
this morning, cro the demands had
come buck from the Mayor's office,
there was a long waiting line out
side the Auditor's door.
Just as soon as tho warrants for
the last fifteen days are out of the
way, tho Auditor will get busy pre-
paring those for the first fifteen das
of Ainrcn Tlie demands arc now in
proper shape, anil It only remains
for tho little blue slips to bo filled In
Once a Week Will Unique
Sheet Make Its
"Honolulu Commercial Times'' Is tho
name of a new Japanese four-page pink
newspaper, which made its first ap
pearance this morning, it was pro
moted by K. Ynmnmoto, ,a merchant
on 'Hotel street.
Tho paper briefly Hives accounts of
the commercial standing of tho. local
business houses. It also' gives the
commeiclal movement of ull industries,
Occidental and Oriental.
Tho paper Is Issued weekly, Tuesday
being the day of publication. They arc
distributed to all business houses, froo
Threo beautiful orchids from the
gardens of E. D. Tenney were placed
In the display windows of the Mc
Ineiny Shoo Store this foienoon nnd
have furnished tho center of attrac
tion for admiring crowds, Mr. Ten
ney has made u specialty of orchids
and has some magnificent plants to
show. Those on display were de
veloped from plants brought from
Tllnnk books of all sorts, ledgers,
itc, manufactured by the Dultetln
HONOLULU, T II. WI2t).VKflDAY,
ARMY AND NAVY
Promotion and Retirements Ma
jor Arthur (J. tweat, 7th U, S. Inf.,
promoted lieutenant colonel on April
S, 1909, 'by the retirement of l.leut.
Col II. II. Moon -Jth Inf., was born
In Illinois Sept -' litG, and was
graduated from ihe I'.'S. M, A. June
13, 1879, as a second lieutenant! and
was assigned tn the 11th Infantry.
In September, is"9, ho wns trans
ferred to tho 3ii Cavnlry. He was
transferred to 'he 24lli Infantry In
February, lSBT was promoted cap
tain April 17, 1897, and major 7th
Infantry April 14. 1902. He took
part In the Culun campaign In "1898,
and -was 'In the campaign against
Santiago. He was wounded lu tho
assault on San luan Hill. His re
tirement promotes Capt. George V.
Cloodc, 1st Cat 1st Lieut, Douglas
McCaskey, 4th Oav., and 2d l.leut.
llenuford It. Cimp, 9lh Cav.
Capt. Thomas J. Kenley, who has
been placed upon the retired list on
account of disability Incident to the
service, was horn In Washington, I).
C, Aug. 31, H7ii, and entered the
army from chll life fcs second lieu
tenant, Cth inf. Sept. 9. 1898.
Capt. William M. Swalnc, 1st V. S.
Inf., recently examined for promotion
and found phlcolly disqualified for
the duties of a major, for dlsablll
ties incident to the service, and who
was retired with the rank of major,
Is a son of the late Col. Peter T.
Swalne, and was graduated from the
U, B. M. A. class of 1886, as a second
lieutenant, ami was assigned to the
22d Infantry In December, 1892, and
was promoted captain tn March,
1899 was transferred to the 1st In
fantry In May. 1899. Major 8wnlno
Is n graduate of the Infantry and
Cavalry School at Fort Leavenworth,
and during the war with Spain took
part; In tlip, .battles of HI Cancy and
"A WOMAN'S SECRET"
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There will be nn entire change In
the line of play at (he Orpheum to
night when-tlie Elleford Will present
Efllc Ellsler's great success, "A Wo
man's Secret," or "Doris." Tho
story deals' With a young womn who
Is married to a convict; she dlvpfcos
him and goes to a small .English vil
lage, wher she tenches school, A
young Squire Is In love with her, but
tells her thnt he will not marry a di
vorced woman. She keeps her secret,
especially ns idle hears that her for
mer husband Is dead. In a very
strong net, he appears at her new
homo and threatens to kill her hus
band unless she agrees to go uway
with him. In order to savo. hef
husband's lite she apparently agrees'.
She meets him secretly und Is seen
by some of the village gossips, who
try to blacken her character. As In
all well-written plays everything
turns out satisfactory to all con
cerned There will bo special scenlq
effects nnd the' pleco Is full of good
comedy nnd strong situations and ti
guaranteed 'production' Is ussured.
Tho company will he seen ut their
best. The Osbom Children and liny
Collins will contrllmto new special
ties und illustrated songs. Cinder
ella will he given at the Saturday
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
the news of the day.
A friend to knead.
That'? a friend indeed
IS SUPERIOR TO
MAY 6.- 1903.
JUDGE BALLOU IS
OFF jOR COAST
Alameda Sails With Many
The departure of the Oceanic liner
Alameda this morning from her
berth wns witnessed by one of the
'largest crowds gathered there for
many n day. The Hawaiian band
rendered several appropriate selec
tions, and the lei wahlnes had suc
Among those who left in her
were Lloyd Cbllds and Charles E.
King. They went to tho Alaska
Yukon Exposition to arrange the Ha
waiian exhibits, which they took
along with them. Mr. and Mrs.
John Mind of Knkala, Hawaii, also
sailed In the Alameda to be absent
from the Islands for.sjme time,
Judge and Mrs. llallou sailed for
the States. It was not known that
Judge llallou would go until this
morning. He will probably bo ab
sent from Honolulu a month. A
Oartley, manager of the Hawaiian
Electric Company, went to the States
to familiarize hliqietf with the au
tomatic telephone, system..
Attorney H. 0. Mlddledltch went
nwny on business. Ho will return
shortly. Mrs. K. M. Swanzy, wife of
V. M. Swanzy, manager of T. II, Hav
ies & Co., went to the States on a
The Alameda took a full load of
general cargo from tho Islands, in
eluding bananas, sugar, pineapples,
rice nnd other products.
CHILDS OFF FOR
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Hawaii's .Mr -
Lloyd Chllds Tefl'lVls' morning on
the Alnpieda with the major portion
of Hawaii's exhibit for the Alaska
Yukon Hxppsitloq. . All day yester
day the Special Commissioner hUHlpd
about, getting things Into readiness,
nnd putting life finishing touches on
The loading 'off the exhibit V""
superintended poreonftll;, tftf i steam
ship people rendering every possible
assistance In stowing away the car
go in a manner which would Insure
its arrival at Its destination in the
best of condition.
Chllds takes with him enough of
the exhibit to assure ;a good showing
In tho Hawaiian Ilulldlng, until such
time as the remainder, destined to be
.Ripped on the Dlx, shall arrlvo at
hand. The fish exhibit Is still here,
but the school exhibit, the collection
f which was undertaken but a
B),ort time ago, is 'safely stowed
nwny n tne hold o,he Alameda.
( chllds wus given a royal send-off,
w j, Cooner of the Promotion Com-
mlttce accompanying him cerehionl
ously to the steamer on behalf of the
committee. As the ship pulled away
from the dock, Chllds waved an
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adieu from a mass of Ilea that ob-
scurcd all but Ills face and nrms.
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OUR MR. BRASttl will leave on
Monday next1 for NEWr
YORK, LONDON and PARIS, and
will be pleased to fill any special
Quickly and Without Injury
4' HACKPEiib & CO., LTD.,
IFTY-SIXME'N WERE-BETTER DRESSED OK
SUNDAY THAN THEY WERE WHEN THEY CAME
INTO 0UR STORE ON
FROM THE PILE OF
THERE IS A RUN ON THE CLOTHES OFFERINGS,
AND WE ARE GLAD WE HAVE THE STOCK TO
MEET ALL DEMANDS. NO OTHER FIRM HAS THE
STOCK TO DRAW FROM THAT IS IN THIS ESTAB
LISHMENT, AND NO OTHER STORE HAS BETTER
GOODS THAN WE SHOW.
WHILE THE MEN ARE BEING ATTENDED TO,
THE LADES ARE NOT TO CONSIDER -THEMSELVES
SLIGHTED. WE HAVE a'sTAFF OF CLERKS SUF
FICIENT. TO MEET. ALL OCCASIONS AND ARE
HERE 'TO GIVE THE -BEST FLOOR SERVICE EVER
MET -IN H0L0LULU.. '?
THE BARGAINS IN DRY GOODS CONTINUE. THE
STOCK IS BEING DRAWN UPON, BUT ITS sfe
PRECLUDES A POSSIBILITY OF OUR RUNNING
SHORT ON ANY LINES THIS WEEK. COME EARLY
Sp-Y0U WILL GET THE BEST,
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SUIT BARGAINS WE ARE-OF-
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If it's painted by
The Paint Shop. 134 King St
Henry May & Co., Ltd.,
L. B. KERR & CO., LTD.