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' ' EVENING DULLETIN. HONOLPLTJ, T. II. .SATURDAY, MAY 1C, 1909.
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I BOOK WORLD NOTES
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THEY. are still try
ing to make a
better Soap than
have not succeeded. If
you have had any argu
ment with dirt this soap
of ours will beat it away.
If your grocer will not
sell it ring up Fred L.
Waldrori Phone 12
Inquire P. M. Pond, phone 890 or F.
Call nnd Sco the New 30-H.P.
THE 7-PASSENOER, 40-H.P.
nnd 4Q-H. P. CHALMERS.
DETROIT TOURING CAR.
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, Ltd
Merchant St. Phone 388.
' Pine family milch cows just nr
lived, CLUB STABLES
Fort St. ,
BENNY & CC, LTD.,
And Buyers Of
415 Queen St.
185 editorial rooms "fifl butl
ne$s otflce. Theco are the telephone!
numbers of the Bulletin olllce.
Will buy 400 Pure Bred Leghorn
"cKens, wiui equipment or houses,
fences, incubator, brooders,' bone
F. H. Krauss, P. 0. Box 102.
ABSOLUTELY HACK RATES.
Wilson nnd Murphy.... Proprietors
Hotel StrcJt near Nuuanu (Old
Phone, temporary, 4G8.
Your machine will be ready for
you when we say it will be. We
don't experiment on autosj we repair
ALEXANDER YOUNQ BUILDINO.
GEO. S. WELLS, Mgr.
HOTEL ST. PHONE 101.
TOURINQ CAR, $1185.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.,' LTD.
MERCHANT ST. NEAR. ALAKEA.
Received ex Alameda a New Ship
ment of Latest Styles in
1028 NUUANU ST
TAPAS, BASKETS, MATS.
Hotel near Port,
IS UNDER ARREST
Robinson Rolled High
While In Honolulu
NI.W YOUK, May 1. Ilninto
(Irccley lloblnson, hanker ami seller
tit wireless telegraph stork, was nr
resteil hero tonight on a wnrranl
fiom San Jose, Cal., for oMulnliiK
money under fnlso pretenses, the
eomiilaliiatit being II. K. Hock of ifiat
city, who charge;) that Hohlnsoti oh
tallied S800 riom him on account of
Marconi wlicless slock. Ilnhlnsoii,
who has been trnvelltiK nil over the
world, has Hindu It u prnrtlco to (oi
led inonej from persons iwhiim ho
inuuccii to tiny shares. He fctivo
Ihcm receipts lnrtcad if stock lie
admits ho has collected it hrjte win
for wireless slock nlono. lie has
liohlnson arrived hero la l"K.vpl.
Indlu and Kurope Inst March. The
wnrrmil from San Jose re.ichod l.cro
April till and dclcctUc liuvo heen
looking for him since. They cnrniht
hlni tonight In his niiartmcnti. Wl'.li
him was n woman who Iiiih heen
triivullng with him since ho left New
York. Ills wlfu Iiiih a residence of
hor own here. Ills father, Louis
Itohlnsou, got lulu Una at la I troulile
hem last year mid was nrri-l"d
t'ertlflcnles of stock Mild li the llnh
liitoim mid paid for woro neer tlo-
tlvercd hy Knliliisoii, the hitler's au
thority to sell thorn helng dented.
I'citonn nil over the world complain
of helng swindled.
The ItiihliiMiu mentioned in this
dhpatth made things fly hero la
Honolulu not so many years ngo.
lie poH-d ns a great South African
llamimil mlno owner or something of
'ho wirt. ami lived In grcnt luxury
it llio Mnnna. He. hnd u lovo for
arils, nnd them Is u story of a his
toric gaiiio In which I'rliicc Ilcrt
Poterwii bet $S0il mid Itohlnsou nils
d him to $1.1)00. The end of It nil
was that Robinson presented I'rlnco
llert with n lino span of hlnclui as n
ol.cn of his nppreclatlon nnd regnrd.
Itohlnson also had mi experience at
C A. Ilrown's inuntrv ni.ipn. iin
was nearly drowned and Drown pull
ed him out of tho swimming pool ns
ho waH going down tho lost tlmo.
EVERY SALOON TO
HAVE ITS PICTURE
IIOSTON, April 21.- livery
.Massachusetts saloon will
soon huvo Its drinkers' pur
tmlt galloiy containing tho
prnlogrnphs of tlmso to whom
liquor may no longer ho sold.
Tho House has passed to bu
engrossed tho bill to provldo
for this system of dealing with
The bill provides that when
ii poi-Miii Iiiih i cached the stngo
of habitual diiiukeiincsu n no
tlllcatloii that ho can no long
er buy liquor must ho accom
panied hy u picture or koiiio
other biitllcleiit means of Idcti
tlllciitlou. There was a live
ly light over tho hill, hut it
was finally jinHhel hy KG to IS
Tho Kowalo Athlotic Club basohult
team, which won the Mayor's cup,
In going to rrlehrnto the victory hy
giving n diiurii In thu Liisllnul.i Hull
next Monday ccniiiK. The cup will
bo on oxhlhltlnu nt tho hull and tho
blory of how It wuh won will bo told
and ictold hy tho members oT tho
BULLETIN Ann PAY
Secral lots nt a bargain from J7B
'o l!2r, nt Alewa on Kuimwal l.nuc,
'ioIow .lucid fctieet. (lond view, Cool,
healthv Near cur line (loverrr
ment water. 'n per r.'iil cash, bal
.inin In small monthly payiueuta,
P. E. R. Strauch
Walty llldg. 71 S. Klus St.
THE AORJCOLA OF TACITUS.
Tho Macmlllan Company.
An nddltlnn to tho Mncmlllnn scr
ies of Latin Classics tnndo this wool:
Is tho Agrlriiln of Tardus, edited by
l'rofcssor Duane Heed Stuart of
Princeton UnUorslty. "The learn
ed note." the editor hopes, "will ho
conspicuous hy Its nhsence," nnd ev
erything pnMilble has heen done to
make the work of the gieat historian
attractlvo to nil who wish to learn
to know him In tho orlglnnl Latin.
The phuo of Tacitus as a writer of
history Is, of rourpc, bcond dis
pute. Of nil hlstorl.ii.s. however.
It Is probable that he loses the most
In translation. This compact, con
venient and eminently useful edition
will, thcrcforo he, he welromed by
!ccry render of Latin.
A CERTAIN RICH MAN WHITE.
iTIie Macmlllan Company.
William Allen White, the relc
hrated Kansas Journalist nnd one of
jlhe rdltors of tho American Magn
rlno, has ciitured Into a field new
to lit tn. Ills llrst'timcl Is to ho pub
lished this mqntli jy tho Macmlllan
Company under tho. title. "A Certain
jlllch man." In addition to tho fame
won hy his editorial work, Mr.
White enjoys n high reputation ns a
writer of short Morion; hitherto.
houctcr, ho ha published nothing'
longer. Anything from tho pen
(hot wrote "WHal's the Matter With
Kansas?" Is certain to be read eager
ly, but In this enso there Is the addi
tional Interest that attnrhes to a
new phaso of n distinguished writ
er's urt. .
PEACE AND HAPPI-
Tho Mncmlllnn Company.
A striking tribute to tho breadth
and charm of Lord Avehury's mind
Is the prnlso accorded his new book,
"I'enco and Happiness," by n writer
In Tho Kccleslastlcn Itcvlcw. "A
tempcrnte, healthy, beautiful boo);,
ono Hint every Intelligent man nnd
woman will bo. theietter nnd tho
nippier lor naving read." tho re
uTrrrwrr1 any rrr-
heglns his review with these .en- r t " " 1 Won? Woilff.
A Catholic reviewer hns seldom
thc pleasant cxpcrlcnco of agreeing
w fully with an nitlhor differing
ftonj him In religious belief. This
ronseiitlir-nro the xnpio gratifying.
iliougli not tho less singular, when
It Ih noted that tho book In question
deals with n suhject Hint affects the
deepest nnd fullest nature of man.
ono therefore In which religion
would seem to demand much conRld-
oration mid henco he likely to occn -
slon divergence of Judgment."
Naturally Tho Kcclastlcnl Itevlew
cannot agree? with overv statement
inline iiy mo iroiesinnt Lord AtP -
bury; the noteworthy thing Is Its
hearty uecopt.inro of tho hook ns .1
whole. Without encroaching upon
the Held of religion, Lord Avebury
(In the intern .lie it 'Ii vn" I I
l"K ' nl II I 1,1' i" It jrsl
I s itni-i,iai I i I ii tnl r ' nl i Ii.
In iirc'il'ei tui'.i! 1.1, it. i I i Ii I
Iilili ii pili'i'i to tu i iiiupl. tM (i . i
of e.lilblls rriilii tmv notliKiiiiiK '
uiiiiIhh "f the ep'ill!on. ill d ,t
lon'iiliili. a restful ui.d liltuialin: h-.
h , 7 fwg? ., .saA& ,-.- . Wife' .
IIM AAkooa. ' I ll4t, aPUIPu"aiBPp1V4TsMflHhBflHHApjflBBflBaa VVlrVt V 1
1ms placed the rich storehouse of his
wish to derive from their human
uves rational enjoyment.
HILO CRICKETERS WIN
MATCH AOAINST ACTORS.
Cricket tins rnnHii .. In lilt,. ,,,!
m, .,i i... i. t . . u ., .1 . I"R w ch Alexander ounfr, the Ho
wie rnlny city had a match the other , , , . , . .
... nolulu hotel magiiato who nrrlVbJ In
da yall to thcmfcclves. It was tho 10 ,a,t MaUM Koli ,md w(h ,nc cx
nrst gamo ever jilajcil there, from nil eculhc committee of the Hoard of
Recounts, nnd n great curiosity was Trade last Thursday, active steps are
Bhnwnhy overyono ns to tho way "om being taken towards tho procur
the gnmo was played. '"B of "i-' hotel for which llllo hit
Pollard's Company nnd the llllo no loug boon sighing,
bunch tried conclusions, and after n Young stated In bis address to the
game remarknblo for Its swiftness committee tlmt ho himself did not care
the llllo team won by a score ot til to handle tho protmsitlon, as his other
to 19. The result was wirelessed to hotol Interests were already quite
Mr. Ilnrrlson this morning, nnd ho large, but he would do all he could to
nt once brought It around to tho advimco It.
II u 1 1 e 1 1 n omce. Considering that Figures were given by Young v.':lch
tho I'olhirds put up such a good he had obtained In tegard to the price
game against tho Honolulu team, tho of the old Rpreckels Hotel, and he
Hllo tea mniust be congratulated on also stated that he knew where nl
defeating tho actors bo easily. Now most half of the stock In tho jirc-imsl
is tho tlmo for tho local plnycrs to ton could he placed. It being under
get n movo on, and to sond a chal- t()0, ihat iino ,)uoplo ,,,, tnkt.
longe- to tho big island team. An enol,Ki, ot Ul0 gtock themselves t hold
Intcrisland cricket mntclt should control
draw llko linseed, and no doubt now, Thc speaker gave several estimates
that they have started tho- gamo In of ln 0 tth,cll , ,
llllo It will boom as everything docs nv()vc
In that thriving town. Nctry ,ho mcml)ers of h9 com
tv tc minmim 1 mlUco l""cscnt stntcd that th.-y bo
BIX IS BURNING. ,11m oil that the. pmimsltlon would re
'Continued from Pace 1)
This would mean u saving of time,
and would also mean that a largo part
of tho money which tho soldiers now
sjpenil nt Nagasaki would dhert to Ho
nolulu. Tliori. la ..rf.nl tf,!lv an nntllnaa an...
lily ot coal In the Uataan deposits, and, ' ' '
furthermore, the coal-bearlng lands be- rom whom 8U,')0rl couW bo "peeled
long to tho United States Oovernuient " rega,r'1 l0 ,ho ma,ter' and to sct ln
Thus tho s,ivlng that would nccnta for'at'" " ' 'at would bo the cost
from tho us ot Philippine- coal by tho "f ,l' Property, what assistance could
transports would bo no hicousldcrabM cMccted from tho transportation
recunlary Item, In u.ldltlon to the con- compan ea and such other mat
vcnlcnco of being able to send ships ,Pr whlc" H w0,",l be noces.snry to b
west without having to dispatch them '"'o"" '. before a proposition could
to Japsn for a coal supply. 1 1' t,,acea before Intending stockhold
Another advantageous feature point- 'f
cd out In connection with thcdovelop-.1 Mt;l'. UlehanU, Wrlgh,t and
ment 9f tho Philippine coal beds. Is, ""l"" wro npiointed to net as such
..... t. i. .i. ..!. -.-... -.
lor unern erTo"'"'"'
lor llie western orulso.
Tho l)lx Is now unloading a quan
tity of tho Uataan coal for the use 'of
tho Shcrldnn on her eastward trip.
It Is prohnhla that wlthlu a few
tliVM tlinrn ulll lift mitlft n mnvo Id
tle matter of arranging a scries of
baseball games In the Illir League.
Several gentlemen are Interstlng
thmsolvcs In tho matter, nnd Messrs.'
lf. J. Kalk, H. Whitney and C. (!.'
illockus nro tho moving spirits ln tho
Uchomo. This is real good news to
iim fm.. n,..i it iu i.. .. i,n.i n,.,i '
"" " "' "" """ ."
ltlm schedule will ho urranged very
fcoon There are a lot of details to
be arranged, and us soon as some-
thing definite Is kriow-ntho whole
program will bo published.
DUILOIMfi, ALTtSlfa-YUKON-PACIFIC EXPOSITION.
In H lh.
Ahirka iiliiinU'neltle eswitMon tho hnndsiime Miiuiifuetuies lnj Id
( mo thi Dnslilng fimin of "Old IMIiliful ' the r pn duifcii'
1... .. t..i la ,ltn i.in.l ..iiili.lnl u..u .. ,h.. ..v... Hint, I ... It. 1 1.... i
us I'M ii Iiii Is the most iru
r nie i mil n mi neon mveii
imiiI f lini yeiir was lemly fur
... . '. ii nf liiip iil.i
' ljreiil.is, wtl
'n of Imp ul.liiM' III (he world.
n iiicir tine cinvrra
BUSiflBSS MSII 3 U3flV3SS
c-- tl iinnnll
rui Luuai inuNey
"Ho, May J 1. AS a resnu Ol a Intel-
'celie much local support, cspcclall)
from tho various business Arms, In
tho way of taking stock, should it
company bo formed.
It was finally decided that a com
mittee should bo appointed to com
muulcato with tho various firms; cor
' tirirfittnna nnd In.lllrt.lltnl.. nl On. nil..
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER,
pnniTTJTvn -.i nirirrtian
.Ofllrc: Honolulu Painting Co.. 221
King- St.; P. 0. Box 814.
Wing Wo Tai & Co
94J NUUANU ST
4t. MTTV i.t-. j....
,uc moie onnK.
tured by the
Afftif Cnffjl Wntor llnrlfc
rtl Ult 3UUI "dlCr nUlftb
nii.r ... in.- i'A'i. Hi..., I'll,.. hi. I;.-, f
n a one or 1110 nrM I'n- -'
the riHopilon of its viim . m i- i
It oieilimkx llie (litest n in. i. .
luiuuni tiim uiox.iiuu g ii ..
Is as cool as thc next man's, and
there is no rtal reason why you.
should not pet its worth. We make-i'
clothes to your individual measure
at ready-to-wear prices. Our suits
for $25 are a sure satisfaction giver.
Geo. A. Martin,
Some hand painted.
Oat & Mossman,
73 Merchant St. near P. 0.
Fuiuokayo Hotel, Liliha Street
BOOK S BOOKS
WAH. NICHOLS COMPANY, ITD.,
Fort and Merchant Sts.
FOR SALE AT AIL BAEI
The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meali At All Hour..
WINES, LIQUORS, AND CIGARS.
w. u. U1.KU1N, rropnetor.
LUNCHES and DBINKI
The most pouular
place in town. j 1
The Fashion Saloon '
Hotel St. near Fort '
Jack Scully Jacl; Roberti, 1
me iviannauan tare
Meals and Short Order at AU'Tlmes
of the Day and Nicbt. We Never
Sleep. TORT ST. NEAR HOTEL.
R, Wm, WAEHAM, Prop.
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