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EVENING mrU.r.TlN. HONOMJMJ, T. H nUBAY. MAY II, 1909.
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711 OKU Hum n million Htotit wdnoii l;nmv tin' (1 1,'c""')
1T1 Soir-IttMluvlilK 1 ill1 nl.V unset t!i. vi'l :'-!c:
tho nbduuu'ii with perfect comfort i.tul hygicni ".if ly. .
pVKUY woman who lim v ri it Ut.civm !' :'. t'i; Tio:::n
-' Ht'If-IU'tliiclnir t'oiT.ct ii i,iipirior to .'1 nthiri '..;
comfort, htylo ami dur.sliility that it in uu v.'.r or.lb. ry
vahio simply us it corset, snying nothiu;; cbcut i! i k.vi.lr.r.bte
ami cxcIumvo up 'rial features.
P OR 1903 wo hnvo nine lmnthnmo moclcb (tliroo pjci'-.r I
1 iibou) : u model for every nl.mt woman ti.ll i.rul ntjr.t,
hhort and stout, or just "fat." And there's a pries I? l: :.
At t3 (Ct Tll 0,1 favorites, Hon. ,112 and 14, rf
rL I'J.UU Avhicli nearly a million pair.: vcr wild in
1007; and for women who want the new 'M-:it!-r-hip"
effect are the two new "b'l.itiiiiiiB.ich" luodeh, N'ca. i!i3
jinn .kv, at tno same price
French Coutil Corsets with Im.-.t eiipporteiN, N'o. 31o ; r::J
the beautiful new "Flatiiiiig-Huek" Model, N'o. 517.
At $10 rr womcn f luxurious tnici, v. ho hnvo paid
" $15 to Wj for imported curu-'n, i:i tho cupcr!)
No. 1000, with "Flatnins-Hack' and tho new "Duplex
Strap," nt$10. This is the finest corset (hat can
Je made superior in every inspect to t!:o best th.t
come from France. It will do wonders for any ntuai
llgiirc, giving it tho graceful lines of yout'.
Sachs' Diy Goods Co., Ltd.
Inquire P. M. Pond, phone 800 or F.
Call nndScc the New 30-H.P.
TILE 7-FASSENGER, 40-H.P.
nnd 40-H. P. CHALMERS.
DETH0IT TOURING; CAR.
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, Ltd
iFinc family milch cows just ar
(yed, CLUB STABLES
JENNY & CO., LTD.,
And Buyers Of
15 Queen St.
!1S." editorial roomc 250 bu8'
n office. Iheio are the telephone
imhers of the Bulletin office
Somewhat finer arc tho Mercerized Uro
eaded Corsets. Xcu. 51(5 and olS. la
Will buy 400 Pure Bred Leghorn
Chickens, with equipment of houses,
fences, incubator, brooders, bone
F. H. Krauss, V. 0. Box 102.
ABSOLUTELY HACK RATES.
Wilson and Murphy.... Proprietors
Hotel Street near Nuuanu (Old
Phone, temporary, 4C8.
Your machine will bis Teady for
you when we say it will be. We
don't experiment ou autos; we repair
Von Hamm- Young
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING.
GEO. S. WEIXS, Mgr.
HOTEL ST. PHONE 101,
TOURING CAR, J1185.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
MERCHANT ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
Received ex Alameda a New Ship
ment of Latest Styles in
, K. UYEDA,
1028 NUUANU ST
TAPAS, BASKETS, MATS.
Hotel near Fort.
"CROSS ROADS" MAP
MEETS WITH FAVOR
Secretary Wood Receives
Many Letters Of
Secretary II. I. Wood of the I'm
motion Committee rcccUcd the fol
lowing lettcrH In the lust mall:
t'nhemlty of I'eiiiiKjIvnnlii,
I'lillndetiihlii, Api'll I'M, milii.
1 Dear Sir: 1 thank Jim for
yotir letter ifl liu Btli, em ImliiR doe- i
ttnients eonreriiliiR Hawaii. 1 ap-'
rtclalo the mamiltuie of uiur work'
In altcinplliiK to mahu the peoplo of
IIiIh country uiiilcrtiiiiil the oppor-
lunllles which lour Kem of the Pa
cific possesses. I
With rcRiinl to tho plnre which 1
your port Is destined to play In l'a-i Headquarters of Company S S'
clllc eoiaaiercc, I may nay Unit I hnvo 'on llatlalloii KiiRlnecrH, U. S. Ainiv,
discussed tho matter In my hook,
"The Organization of Occ-in Com
merce, published by the University,
and "The Occjii Carrier," published
by (1. 1'. I'utmim. Thuic Is no (men
tion in my mind but that )uur harbor
Is the only available coalltiR station
lu the iNorlh I'aclfle and Is MUelj to
bu one of Increasing use by KtuamciH
uh lonu as tho ocean csscl coiitlnuoN
to he a coal burner. Of course' tho
Panama Canal will very materially
Increase the tonnage entering your
I am, ery truly yours,
(SkcI) .1. UUSSICI.I. SMITH.
The (Irorse WnshltiRlon University,
WashlnRlon, U. C. April 21, 1909.
Dear Sln-I thank jcu ery much
for tho Intel estlnn chart "Tho Cros.8
Itoids of the I'aclfle," which you
kindly sent to me. It shows In a
graphic manner what a focal point
jour city really Is, or put In another
fouu It Is a radial center of tho en
tire Pacific and the countries that
rest upon that great ocean.
As the Pacific becomes more and
more a great highway, which must
he the case, Honolulu must bo tho
natural stopping place, or half-way
bonne, for trafllc, trade and a tourist.
Very truly yours,
(Sgd) J. II. com:.
Atlanta, Oa April 20, 19U9.
Dear Sir: Your favor of map Is
received. Wo aro glad to have tho
copy and thank you for the same.
Theie is no question hut that the
Pnclllc Ocean Is to becotno a great
thoroughfare, llko the Atlantic, nnd
that Honolulu Is strategically placed
ami destined to become a great puit.
Very truly yours,
isgd) KuciAit ii. wi-:nsTi:u.
Stnto Normal School,
Oslikosh, Wis., April 19, 1909.
Dear Sir: The map referred to
In jour letter of April Clh ha,s been
roeelod. Many thanks for tho
same. I hnvo been Interested lu tho
Hawaiian Islands since prior to their
admtrslou. 1 feel sure that Honolu
lu la destined tp play a ery Import
ant part lu the development of com
merce which Is bound to take place
on tho Pacific.
Very truly yours,
(Sgd) JOHN A. II. SMITH,
Slalo Nonnal College,
I'biiemc, Ala., April 18, I9PD.
Dear Sir: I thank you for tho
copy of "The Cross Itoads of the J'n-
cHlc." and nlbo for tho copy of, tho 'Manuel Mello and TIioiii-ih Cummins
folder. Iloth will ho of considerable! was argued before the Hiipieinn Court
InlorcHt to our classes in tocography
and I shall hand them In the In-
ttruelor In that depaitment. I am,
Very truly yoiu.i,
(Sgd) M. O. WILSON.
State Normal School,
Madison, S. I). April 21, 1909.
Dear Sir: Thunk you cry much
for lt tho map lecelved a fun
days ago and also for tho, folder giv
ing Information about tho Hawaiian
Inlands. I am satisfied that you aro
loiAted n tho renter of tho commer
cial activity of the nation In tho
near future, us thore Is ovcry Indica
tion that our chief foreign loin
Pierce will soon be with the Philip
pine Islands ami sun minding coun
tries. Thunklng jou fur.,!hlH,cour
Several lota at a bargain fiom $'!
to $22.1, at Alewa on Kunawal Lane,
bolow Jiidd street, (lood view Cool,
healthy. Near car line. (loterr.
ihcnt water. Ten per rent cash, bal-
anra ,ln small monthly
P. E. R. Strauch,
Wully llldg. 7J S. King St.
To be Framed?
Take them to
tosy, I rcin.'ili!,
8g(D .1. W. lli:8Tn
Pre hi. i i
State Normal Hcli....-
Dulillli. Mlnii.,Aprll 23. I
(lentteinen: I lmo rcrrlM i ilic
topy of tho limp entltleil "Tin ( ioks
Uomla of the I'avins" nnil am uililtn;
to exprcHH our npptrclnilon m vmir
MmlliesH In KotlillhK It. I Mi ill he
ory Kliiil to make nucli u nf It
J (IB JOII IlIIVO BllRCOSll'll. I tlllllll. (nil
'hIeii fin- thi' Binnll folder, win h hux
Very truly yourii,
(Spd) i:. W. IIOIIANNttS.
ARMY AND NAVY
are now cslalillslH'd at Kort ile Kus
k, Walklkl llenrli. On the ilei.nt
tuo of Company A, Xlaor Wlnslnw
cs.-js tr.iusfeircd from tho coninniul
of the I'lrnt Battalion to that r ihe
Second; with the arrival of Coin"i
0 his command hecamo more th.ia
n nnmliial one.
Captain A. It. I'litiiam, C. H , 1 S
Army, In the eomnin'mlltiR hllleer of
(1 Company. Ile Is tho man on
who nil'lie uctuil eommniid a) Kent
Do Iluwy falls, as Major Wlnalcm Is
In ailillllmi to lilx duties iih bnt i.illoti
coaiiiiander, t'nltcil Stales forillna
Hon, Imrhor and IIkIUIhiuk.) eiicl
neer fur Mils Tenllory An the nf
llclnl conimnndaiit of Kort I)c Ituiwi.
his word Is law, however.
With O Company, cumo' Sound
Lieutenant J. A. O'Connor, C I! .
mid Second Lieutenant Lewis N.
WulkliiK. C. K.
Company O will take up" the sur
vey work where Company A left off
As no chaiiKe was made In the toia
mnnditiK olllcer, the operatlonx will
move nloiiK without los of time.
I'lrst Lieutenant Thomnn II fmi
iilnghiim. Fifth V .S. Ca'valr, nla
tloncd at Schollcld llarracks, l.elle
lmn, has lieeu cleslunated for detail
In connection with tho proposed mil
itary map of the United States.
(Continued from Pare IV
actually rccelvo tho sums mentioned,
hut If tho proverb that a dollar saved
Is u dollar earned, they have certainly
earned between i and $13 a day.
Tho thrco fortunate ones wr6'cou.
lctcd before Judge, Dolo of Uolddng
tho solemn laws ami statutes of tho
United Stales of America by mauufae
luring okolehao without remembering
to pay Iho tpx which a cruel Govern
lucnt rciiilres shall bo paid. They
were sentenced to servo six months
each lu tho Oaliu prison, ami In atl'dl
(Ion to pay flne.i ami costs to tho tune
of tho respective amounts mentioned
Hut a lenient Oovernment for the
tloycrnment Is sometimes lenient ns
well as cruel, provides that If a man
has po money to pay a ttue, bu may
servo lu lien tbeteo( an extra thirty
tlayn In Jail, and then bu released on'
taking an oath that he has no money
with which to pay bis fine,
Tiat Is what Ah l.um, Shlhata ami
Olzuku did. They took the oath yes
terday afternoon. And thereby uarned
over $121)1 each for their thirty days
Tho rasb of Mutlo K. llumphicj'H vs.
this morning, Attorney Humphreys
uppinrlng Tor tho plaintiff ami W. A.
Kinney and St. !'. I'roBser for Iho de
fendant. This Is li case arising from tho cut.
ting down Of a treo that stood In front
of tho Humphreys tdace. Tho trco
was cut down by tho mad department
before tho funeral of Prince David, on
tho, ground that It obstructed trnfllc,
18,000 CASES OF
Second Largest Shipment
On Record Goes
Eighteen Ibi.iH.ind cases of canned
pineapples. t lUilng, In all. &"." tons.
Will ho In the Imiii uf the Matson ship
llllonlan. when that vessel sails for tin.
Coast on Tt ia next. This Is the
second largevt onslgnment of canned
pineapples cw i shipped from Honolu
lu, a cnrg'i ol J.' i i eases halng been
tnken aw.ij on ieie occasion.
The llllonlan ulll also earry 1325
tons of refined Hiuar. This sugar Is
from Honolulu i Lunation tAlenl. thai
being the onl plantation on the In
lands refining Ik sugar.
When tho llllonlan nets sail, she
will not hac a bit of aeant room
for cither passenvcrs or freight At"
of (ho passenger act nnmiodatlons me
engaged and, In addition to the pine
apples and refined sugar, the follow
lug articles of height will be carried.
Onu Hundred nnd Mblity four tons
of rice, ten tons of rice bulls, "it; ton-
of raw sugar, ami SOO'i bnnrbes of b
"Now, ladles and gentlemen,'
gan tho political orator, "lend
j one ears " Just then somo one
In the gallery throw a head of cab
bage nl the speaker. "Pardon tne.
my friend," continued the spcakei
turning hjs eyes toward tho point
from which the. cabbage bad come.
"I only asked for your ears; I don t
rare for jour head."
'Continued from Pace 11
school, leaving 1.13.1 to bu nccountci
for under various occupations and tin
known. 3Cft are report "d as on
unknown. It dead or luolng left Hi
Teirltorj and I unaccounted for Tbr
renminbis' 721 reported un follows
Working nt homo k...
Working 'in business liouW
Working ou plantations
Domestic employ ment
' Of tho males known Jo ln at work,
tho largest number me ensaged lu'
plantation work, llawalla'im showing
38, Portuguese 13, Japanese 17, Porto
illciin'14. other nationalities smallci
The Ago table shows that 3M males
over fifteen jcars of age left f-cWd
and 125 between te'o and fiftc- u
j ears of age, a proportion of whom
were doultless nearly fifteen jears
old. Assuming, though perhaps not
coireclly, that 100 of these were near'
ly flflcen jears of ago, this 100 plus
the 33i! owr fifteen years, or a (otnl or
4.1'i, less an assumed uuuiImii of nnv
73 whomiay bo eontliiulng their educa
tion, iii.ij with a fair ilegiei' of prob
ability be considered aa looking for
situations. It Is likely, also (bit or
the 123 reported as 'working at home
there may he many simply waiting an
o;nliig. So far as 1 am aware, this
Is the first table of its kind which has
been compiled and may, theiefnrn, bu
of Utile- use for comparative piiritoses
I think the figures here shown, es
peclally the column of "Unknown" In
dlcate that the problem of the employ.
ment of both boys and girls leaving
school Is one demanding the careful
thought of thinking men and women
Interested In the future of Hawaii.
Could a tystcmatlc canvass be made
from year to year of the children about
to leive echoed and a general employ
ment Information bureau fie estab
llehcd, I am of the belief that not only
would those deilrlng employees In all
lines of work be benefited and many
now Idle, becauie of scarcity of post
tloni In their own locality and Ignor.
ancr of opportunltle eltcwnore, be
able to ti-cut porltlnns but that the
school! of th Territory weuld became
more vital and uieful factor xnd
that the cutr.culum could be so 3r
ranged a to furnleh the child an
I equipment best fjltel to the vocation
he is likel to pursue,
TnmtltiR thftt these Um n mn b
of some msterlal hip t i -i " b g t
rr -epf i t tn i ,
w 'i ni:n. t-
SlIlHlinll Ii lent ' I I i'ir I' I ii
A enpj ill ill i n . i i
has been tent tn mi Mr M ' j
Tonight ami Inn w the p"i u- .
lar i;!lef(inls will lie seen la Hie i
big Knstern mkv- "Shadow. i m
New Voik" a iii'd'ilrnnta with '
plenty of rood wbob'sunio coined
through out and a hint of clever
ehararicrs The p'ot centers around
the lives of sumo plain renin try folk
at "Hurl.lns' Ituu" nnd a gang of
counterfeiters who .tie llnnlly cap
tured ami brought tn JtiMlre There
are a couple of ptn lne storlts
running through the play nnd a
number of tensatloiinl scenes and
strll Ing climaxes The plete Is n
four n is The l)r I t ses pi it at
llben St uggs' htore ,ii I Itltl.lna'
"SHADOWS OF NEW Y0T?K "
Hil'i The second nc Is tin- exlei
Ifcr. nt Ins lump) Ail three the he
me's room ami net four his New
Yoik home Sir Sosso plays Larry,
who succeeds in straightening ev
erything out, and It lu a part that Is
very pleasing. Sllss Luce will be
seen In the role of Iho tongue-tied
girl, "Thankful llucMliorne." and nil
tho otheis lu tho big fait have fit
ting pnrts. Among the sensational
cp bodes of the drama will be the
raiding of Ihe counterfeiters' den
The author's appeal Is to all classes
IP this play, fiom the p ill kid to
the fashionable p.ition ""i- pnj
has bad a great "go" In ii.e Knsl.
anil a Mr leeitptiou Is prcdlt'ieil for
It irt the Orphoum. Iletwei-n acts
Hay Collins will have a new pic
tured i-ong and the Ostium Cblblicn
will appear In a new and entertain
ing specialty At tho matinee to-1
nionnw then- talented joungsteis
will be seen in great paits In ihe
beautiful ami romantic play, 'The
Amcrltan flirl." an "Prime Hoy" ami
"Little Lady," In which they arc
hit-n at their best. They will also
Intiodure t lever acta In the play
Itemeinber Iho bargain day prices,
ten cents for all children under ten,
and Iwenty-llvo cent.s for adults to
all parts of the house.
Property and Income taxea will be
come delinquent at 12 noon, Saturday,
May 15th, 1900.
PLAINLY HIRAM'S FAULT
"Well, by grass!" exclalmtjd I-'arm-er
(leehaw tbo other even I ui; au ho
lnoketl at tho thermometer. "Th" pes
ky thing hen bin a-slantliu' party
near .zero Iho hull da." "What else
could joii expect. Hiram?" ictortcd
Sirs, (leehaw. "Vew would leave It
a-haugln out ou th' back porch In
Hi' cold 'stead uv brlngln' It In th'
' iBIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH'?.' I
! SEALED TENDERS.
riimii iikik win do recciveii uy cno
lu i ii ..i sin riniiH of tho Count
f k itni i-i it, i ,f Hawaii, un-
ill om mhi , n Jnlv Till, 1909,
for fit ' Ht,j t ,1 TRVCTION i:.V-
rilNK .in I I till' MCAIMI
SI'IIEADIM. I l.-'
Spccimaiit i - i - i, i nifv be had
by appljlni? n ' II Mt sgne.
Counlv Cnglti" i l i i kiuisl, Ter
ritory nf HawTll 41ui-10t
Some hand naintcd.
Oat & Mossman,
7C Merchant St. near P. 0.
With A Very Small Amount
Invested In One of Our
l'ou Can Save A lot of
Time A Lot of Worry.
v Can Sell Yotj One
That Carries A Guarantee.
J. A. R.
11 HOTEL S
Fukuokayo Hotel, Liliha Street
WALL. NICHOLS COMPANY. LTD.,
Fort and Merchant Sts.
Tine Eeg'al 1
TTIAf VitOVf '.
FOR ?'IV. T f,x MtS
Tir.nr- '!E u
The Finest Bathing- on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours
WINES, LIQUORS. AND CI0AH8.
W. 0. BERQIN. Proprietor.
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The mosi popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel St. near Fort
Jack Scullv. Tack Roberts.
the ONLY table drink. Manufac
tured by the
Arctic Soda Water WorKs
The Manhattan Cafe
Meals and Short Orders at All Times
of the Dav nnd Nijjht We .Never
i IBR(l- JrCHH
lcep. FORT 6T, NEAR HOTEL
R. Wm. WARHAM. Prop,
Everything- that the Name Implies.
Office Supply o.,L(d.
I 031 FORT ST.
; XEYSTONE-ELGIN WATCHES
1 At All Watchtlealrrs.
i Agxnt '" 'L, u.u Ui-ntJs. , , ,
'Cor. FORT and KING SH., Htpnolultt,-4