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EVENING nUMiETIN, HONOLULU, T. M., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 'lfi, '09.
Office of the Hoard of Health,
Honolulu, Hawaii, June 10, 1909.
Beautify Your Home
With Good Pictures from
TENDERS I"OIt II KB J-' CATTLE.
INFANTS' CRIB BLANKETS Colors : Crcnm and
Pink, Cream and Blue. Frcm 90c to G5o each.
-LINEN GLASS TOWELING
from 20c a yd. to 8 yd for ?1.
BLUE AND WHITE TABLE
wide, fiom 40c to 25c a yd.
COLORED TAFFETA SILKS In all colors, from 05o
to 40c a yd.
50c a yd.
40c a yd.
25c to C yds for $1.00.
ENGLISH LONG CL0TH
$2.25 to $1.00 a piece.
FANCY DRESDEN RIBBONS In stripes nnd plaids,
from G5c to 45c a yd.
Cor. Fort and Bcretnnia Sts.
Your machine will be ready for
you when wo say "it will be. We
don't experiment ou autos; we repair
Von liamm- Young
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING.
W. W. WRIGHT & CO.,
King nnd South Sts,
OEO. S. WELLS, Mgr.
HOTEL ST. PHONE 101.
TOURING CAR, $1185,
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
MERCHANT ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
Fibres for Weavlnfl
hats, mats, fans and
baskets. HAWAII &.
SOUTH SEAS CURIO
CO., Young Building.
(Under the Electric
Sigh) Bishop St.
Received ex Alameda a New Ship
ment of Latest Styles in
1028 NTJUANU ST.
Ulaiik bnoka of all eortE,
rtc , manufactured hy tho
-32 inches wide, reduced
DAMASK 38 inches
30 inches wide, from 75c to
' . .
28 inches wide, from GOc to
LACES Very wide, from
-12 yds to the piece, from
Opp. Fire Station.
Soil, black or Waianac sand, coral
or rock furnished to fill up depres
sions or build up terraces.
P. M. POND
On display at
FRANKLIN 1909 MODEL
FRANKLIN "D" TOURING CAR.
The famous hill climber.
The car you hear so much about.
Repairing by Expert Mechanics.
Large imported work horses for sale.
BENNY & CO., LTD.,
And Buyers Of
415 Queen St.
185 editorial rooms 250 bu.
ness office, These are the teleplions
numbers o'. toe Bulletin office.
AT M1NLEY HIGH
The '09 claas of tlio McKlnloy Illch
School In planning to havo a com
mcnecmonl week with all tlio usual
adjunct. On Wednesday afternoon, I
June ?3, It will hold t cIhbs Day. on
Hie hcliool lawn. (1 rail nation Is to he
on Friday evening at 8 o'clock. On
Saturday nlKht thq Senior ilnnco will
bo Riven nt tlio school. Tlio fi lends
of tlio pupils ami of the school nro In
vited tn tlio Rtrfdualloii oxerclscH, hut
tho other rtffalrB, heliiK Riven liy "the
clap;, nro Invitational.
Class Day will present the usual
features, the class hlMory. will, proph
ccy, cle,, hill will ulw contain miiii
now fnatiires. A committee has been
working on tho nroKrnm for uomc
weeks and their report iiromlt.es im en-
Joynhlo afternoon. The class Is to
plant an Ivy and will adopt tho Har-
vard custom of nil "Ivy oration," which
consists of local hlti and takc-ofis.
There Is to be n decided Innovation
In tliu Kr.idtiatlon e-terclseH In accord
ance with tho majority of mainland
high schools, tho faculty has abolished
tho salutatory, valedictory, and tho oth
er exciclscs common to graduation
and will have- one or more ontsldo
speakers, the students having nu part
lu the program.
There nro nineteen In the gradual
lug class, Tour less than In that or last
year. They are fortunate In having
ho hall of the now building In which
to graduate, tho ccrcnion having pre
viously been held in hired halls
NO AUTO YET
FOR THE MAYOR
"Not yet but hooii." This was ulioul
all the consolation Mayor Kern could
get out of tho Hoard of Supervisors
last night ou tho proposition of buying
111 in an automobile. In fact tho meet
ing would have ndjoiinieil without, ns
much ns :i mention of tho huhblo-wag-
on, had not His Honor tapped tho mem.
hers gently with ii reminder
"It hcuiiim lit me." said tho Mnvor.
"that not long since I'snt n coniniunl
cit Ion to your honorable body for con
sideration In regatd to an itutri for the
Mr. Iigan faintly reciprocated tho
smile of tho city's chief executive, then
"Well, )ou know I mentioned to you
before Mr. Mayor thai wo could do
nothing now not until utter tho first
of tho )cnr, to hco where wo urn nt
Qunnclnlly And I should think you
would not want ono itfter all that oc
"iii red last week."
Tho other niembeis held their
breath for nu Instant, the Major
bllnkid, and Mulled again. Thus tho
Incident passed, ami His Honor 'will
not go "honking" )ot awhile, perhaps
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children,
rhe Kind You Have Always Bought
Beam tho 7 SSjsC
Blgnature of iJla&Z7e!t&U4C
NOTICE OF MEETING.
A special meeting of the Hlockhold.
cih of tho Hawaiian SccurltlcH Com
pany, Limited, will bo held at tho
ollleo of the company lu Honolulu
on Saturday, .lone 19, 1909. nt 12
o'clock noon, for tho purpose of
lonslilerlii'g and acting iihiii pio
posed iiiiiemlniciitH to the hy-lavvs
and such other business us may (nine
before the meeting.
Honolulu, Juno HI, 1909
C H. I1EADLIJ, Seci clary
SINGING THE PRAISES
Of our Shoe Repairing Department. Here is the first
"When shoes wear out, they're mended new.
When men wear out, they're men dead, too."
We have the only proper
way they're made at the fnctdrics.
Tho Inquest on tho hod) of Henry ! With elRht four puHscnRcru for Ho
Wctherlll, who, as reported fn yester- nolulu, the r. M. S S. Siberia, Zeeder
day's Iltilletln, ws iiuirdered by ,thls momltiR hoc In slRht off tho liar
home iwrBon at present unknown wasjboi and tied up at tho Hackfcld vvhatf
not concluded and Is to b'j continued , at 8 o'clock. In all, 138 first class pas
this nltc'moon, Kvldcncc was Riven ;seiiKerh were on board, the balance
(hat points to the murder heltlR the re- are hound for the Orient,
suit of u drunken row between the While the wharf was crowded with
members of the crew of the American
Hawaiian steadier i'leladcn, who had
been having a good time nt a houso on
the corner of Ullha and Klnj? street.
As a result of pi lor InformattMi oh
tallied by the police flvu men arc held
for Investigation at tho police station.
They nro Tom Cumtnlnpt. Jim McCand-
less. GeoiRo Harbottlc. llan Kaal and
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'... tll0 ........ mml ..,, . ,...,, now
.under uriest had spent most of tho
cvenlne at tho Iioukc bcfoie mentioned.
uhtro :i largo iiuautlt) of gin was con-
sumed, and where a row had started,
As tho men weie leavltiR tho house a
.threat to "do no" some one was made.
hut who nindo the threat, nod to whom
It was undo, was not brought out clear
Ij jesterdny. as Mar) MeCandless, sis
ter of Jim .MeCandless, contradicted n
statement she had made to Chief Ieal
to tho effect limb It wns Cumhitugx
who had threatened Wetherlll. At the
Inquest she swore that two others of
the crowd exchanged hard words as
tho party left tho house.
Some fresh light Is expected to he
tliiown on tlio chsu this afternoon,
when somo new witnesses will be ex
amined. Coroner Hose Is Investlgat
lug tho caso and Is determined to get
to the bottom of the affair.
OF TELEPHONE CO.
IS l'nxon nishnp was yesterday
elected president of the Mutual Tel
ephone Company, to succeed J. V.
Hackfeld, who last week presented
his resignation. J. 1', Cooko had
been decided upon for the presidency,
but as he was slated in' depart for
the mainland on the Alameda this
morning, he declined the offlco.
lit pert I''- O. Hiimmelt reported
In favor of out-door reconstruction
work totalling something llku S100,-
900 in cost to Improve tho service
of tho company. Tho directors or
dered that bids he called for for tho
This Is only a part of tho con
struction work that Is contemplated,
hit tho rest will hnvo to wait until
tho return of Alonzo Hartley from1
the mainland the latter part of thin
Hartley Is now Investigating the
relative merits of tho automatic nnd
uiniiunl telephnno systems, and upon
his report the action of tho com
pany, regarding its exchnngo sys
tem, will probably bo based.
It is tho intention of tho, company
tn lay all of the wires In tlio down
town district underground, thus do
ing away with unsightly poles, nnd
Increasing tho efficiency of the Her
"Ancient I'hlllppl" will bo tho toplp
for Iho midweek meeting of Central
I'nlon church tills evening. Consider
ation will ho glien several pojnls of
Paul's letter and tho gospel and llfo
Of the time.
$15 Cottage with two bedrooms at
Puunui, close Liliha St. car.
Electric Light, cool and healthy.
Fine view. Large yard.
P. E. R. Strauch
Real Estate Agent.
WaityBldg. 74 S. King St.
tss -For Sal" card J Rullaun,
shoe repairing- facilities in Hawaii.
Men's half soles and
friends waiting to bid the passengers
welcome, the Oceanic whaif was also
crowded with people bidding good-bye
a the passengers out-bound on the
Alameda, and the music that sped the
latter drifted over to tho Liberia's
dock to greet the new comers.
The HlbtrU had approximately 7000
tons of freight, chiefly In heavy ma
chinery for the Orient. A heavy shl-
ment of oranges was unloaded here.
Among tho pjssengers returning
hero wns Mr K. II Wodchouso, of
Theo. 11. Davlcs & Co, Capt. J C
Morong. U. 8. N retired, also left the
vessel here Among the passengers
continuing wni John l'ouler, 17. S.
Consul nt Chcfoo,
Among other homeconicrs were Mrs
Alfred T. Hartwcll, Miss Mary Abbe
Hartwell. flllchrls't Hatch, Mrs. V M
Hatch, O. Iledetnann, Mrs. C. Hede
mann, B. Hpdcuiann, Mrs. II. K. Ixwls,
ii, i!is, .virs, j. i. .vicurosson, .vuss
A. McCrosson, J. Fred Shingle, Mrs.
M. M. Shingle. Messrs. E, V. O'Hellly
nnd II. P, Dnko nro booked front Hono
lulu to tho Orient;
Ono hundred and eighty onn steer
age passengers, Asiatics In gieal part,
nro cnrrlcd b.v tho Siberia and of theso
only thlrl.v-one wero shipped for Ho
nolulu The Siberia will loavo for Yo
kohama ul 4 o'clock Uils afternoon,
111 ION FOR
SCHOOLS IS LARGE
At this morning's session of tho
Hoard of Supervisors the riaolutlon
appropriating SG.000 for tho coming
Jinlf ) early school term was passed.)
The resolution, which was deferred
from Inst night's nwmlng, nllovvs
this sum for supplies and general
maintenance and does not Include
Janitors' pay. The resolution wns
introduced hy Supervisor IJigan nnd
(passed unanimously nfter u short
Tho pay roll for the road mainte
nance of tho district of tho Evva
and Wnlnnno wan also passed, and
tho appropriation, vvhlcn covered tho
work only for tho month of June,
Another appropriation wns deduct
ed from the general fund upon the
rrmiPRt. nf llin Pnltnn Ilnnnrlnmnt
,, mnounte(1 to j04.10, which evi
dently covers tho cost of a hill sub-
niltted to tho department for repair
ing a motorcycle.
Tho closing exercises of Alllolanl
College at I'.ilolo will tako placu on
Jure 18 at 10 a. in. Following lu tlio
I. Distribution of prizes In tho Col
lego building '
II Tho l.'icuni Tenons. A sketch,
written erpcclally for the occasion.
Presented by tho Alllolanl Llllputlans
In the sehoomouse,
III. Thlal Scene from tlio Merrhant
or Venice Presented by the Seniors
In tlio schoolhriuife,
During tho morning Iho Alllolanl
musical club will render selections.
Till: PKOSPEIt, which was towed lu
a short whll6 ago In n dangerously
leaky condition from llllo, ami which
has been Unloading ohlu lies ut tho
Oceanic wharf, Is at tho railway wharf
to bo lepsiren,
Suit has been brought by Iho Nlppu
JIJI Co. against High Sheriff Hemy
for the return of some books and docu
fneiils (hat Wero lakcn from the safe
of the nowspaper oflleo at the time the
placo-jviui warchod, .-
We repair sltoes just the
h:els, $1.25; Women's- $1.00.
Kiwand Bethel Sfs.
Is as Rood As the next man's, and
there, is no real reason why you
should not get its worth. We make
tlothcs to your individual measure
at ready-to-wear prices. Our suits
for $25 are a sure satisfaction giver.
Geo. A. Martin,
A GAS STOVE has
ft gone beyond the
luxury stage? it i$
now a necessity in
every home. Meals
are cooked better
and in less time than
with any other fuel.
Burn GAS and have
Mr and Mrs. Hashimoto,
178 BERETANIA AVE., near EMMA
Bath and Electrical Treatment.
THE EXCELLENCE OF THE
CUISINE AND APPOINTMENTS AC
GUESTS. ST. CLAIR
Make n musical instrument out of
your piano by attaching to it '
BER0.STR0M MUSICV.CQ., .LTD:
Sealed tenders, In duplicate, en
dorsed "TKNDi:ilS I"OH HEKP CAT
TLE," will be received at tho offlco
of the Hoard of Health, until 12
u i lock, noon, Tuesday, June 2 2d,
l'J09, fur jiuppllng the Leper Set
tlement. MolOltnl, with beef cattle
fir the period of six months from
Jul) 1st, 1009, to December 3lBt,
1909, und"r the following condi
1 The bidder must offer to fur
nish beef ca'lle to weigh not Icsl
Uian -IIIO pounds net when dressed,
in lotB averaging about 60 head per
month, more or less, ns ma) be speci
fied by the Superintendent of tho
Leper Settlement, nnd to nccept the
'dresfcd weights ascertained at tho
Settlement by said Superintendent.
2. The bidder must specify
whether he propones to deliver tho
tattle (1) at the Settlement, or (2)
(fob steamer, or (3t at a landing
ji-pcclflcd by tho bidder. Any bid
i der may offer delivery in any or all
of the foregoing methods.
3. Hides, tallow and offal to be
tho property of the Hoard of Health.
4. Each bid must be for the prlc
per pound dressed weight, with nn
alternative offer of the price per
5. The successful bidder must
ngreo that nil cattle arc offered for
delivery subject to the right of tho
Superintendent of the Leper Settle
ment to reject any or ntl unfit for
line, In which event othr cnttlo
must be forthwith furnished to
i make up the required number, and
jihose rejected forthwith icmovcd nt
the expense of the bidder.
All bids must be submitted In ac
cordance wllli and he subjeet to the
provisions and requirements of Act
C2. Session Laws 1909.
Tor fuither Information apply at
the office of the Hoard of Health,
THE IlOAItD OK
THE HOARD Or HEALTH.
E. A. MOTT-SM1TH.
1334-10 Hy Its President,
Office of tho Hoard of Health.
Honolulu, Haw-all, Juno 10, 1909.
TENDEHS l"OIt SUPPLIES INSANE
Sealed tenders. In duplicate, en
dorsed "TENDEHS FOIt INSANE
8YLrM." for furnishing tho In
sane Asylum, Honolulu, uuy ana
County of Honolulu, with supplies
for the period of six months from
July 1, 1909, to December 31, 1909,
will be received ut tho office of tha
Hoard of Health until 12 o'clock,
I non, Tuesday, Juno 22d, 1909.
Specifications mid a list of the
Mud nf supplies required, and other
Information, may be had upon appli
cation at the office of tho Hoard of
All bids must bo made on forma
furnished hy tho Hoard of Health
and must he submitted In nrcordanco
with, and he subject to, tho provis
ions and requirements of Act G2, Ses
sion I-aws 1909.
THE liOAIU) OF HEALTH,.
IJ. A. MOTT-3MITH.
-1331-101 Hy Its President,
hence, but the recol
lection of his pleas
ant smile should re
mind you of the
many good things
left behind. We
have them, and the
best Soda Water in
the city. It leads
& Co., Ltd.
Hotel and Fort Streets.
In all styles, also made np of youc
combings. Note window display,
' EMRICH LUX. . . Vi
Fort and Beretania Sts,
Harrison Block, ' i
.ft. kvWir JKftikMKW. ft .vl ,
no' &.'. JiA