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UVKNINO IIULLKTIN, HONOLULU, T. II., WEDNESDAY, JUNK 30, '09
Our Midsummer Sale of
Begins Thursday, July 1st
Board Named by Governor Frcor
Organizes Will Labor for the
Establishment of a Better School
Whitney & Marsh
PURP09ES OF THE COMMISSION.
1. To arrange an Immediate plan
(or securing Information relative to j
the work assigned to them. 1
LARGE IS THE
Manchuria Has Little
Cargo tut Many
fu nil a.
Ono of the first propositions eousld
crcd after orginlzlng, was lo secure
from the Stales nnd other Territories
2. To recommend an act In railing ,,,,. ,.,i,.i. ., . --11..11-- ..i
school funds that will be lor the best I ,mnunR Bchoo, ,,,. The ,,est pIlM
educational and financial Interests of
3. To make a minute study of sys
tems In vogue outside of the Hawaiian
Islands, under which school funds are
While the School Fund Commission,
at lis first meeting yesterday, Old not
numerically outline their purposes, (ho.
members wont about It In a business,
like manner, with one principal Idea In
lew of establishing the very best
appointed by the English Govern
ment to inquire into the merits or
demerits of beer as a beverage has
reported that the idea that beer is
primarily an alcoholic drink is erro
neous, and that beer, when well and
properly made, is a beverage con
taining a very small amount of alco
hol and a relatively large amount of
Says The Hospital London, in part, in an
editorial about the report: "It is time the erroneous
view that beer has no nutritive value in itself, and
merely consists of a beverage upon which a certain
portion of the community intoxicates itself, should
be exposed and discredited. The results of our
Commission show that beer is par excellence the
nutritive alcoholic beverage. All beverages because
they contain alcohol should not be regarded in the
same light. The spirit-nipper is committing quite a
different act from the beer drinker. . . When a
man drinks good beer he drinks and eats at the same
time, just as when he eats a bowl of soup.
Our Commissioners point out that a man might
more properly be said to eat beer than to eat certain
kinds of soup, or indeed watermelon."
The whole story is told in "The
Literary Digest" of May 29th, and
its chief importance lies in the fact
that the conclusions arrived at by
the Government Commission are be
coming recognized by scientific
people all over the world today.
Good beer is the ideal beverage
for Honolulu. It will give you new
strength and vigor; but, to get good
beer you should order
that can be adopted by n careful study
of these various sj stems will bo ice
ommvmled for Hawaii. The Commis
sioners screed that If thoy could a n
result of their Investigation nml re
search, adopt a sound and practical
plan that would relievo the tension el
tho past two years, and prove, bene
ficial to the educational Interests o."
the Islands, they will have anonip
llshcd what Is expected of them.
Edgar Wood reported on a good sup
Tilv nf mAtorlsl nvnllnlilo mirti n. ill.
and most up to date system of sccur- of cho0, Uwg of lc UntC(,
I States, nnd he also volunteered to so-
I euro cvcryining possiuin lor mo siutiy
of the member.
I It n. ctnrpnatn.1 (tin! It until1 l.i
well to extend a general Invitation to
pcoplo who aro Interested In educa
tional work ami haro Information on
tho subject, to communicate with the
members with a view of allowing them
the uso of It.
Tho question of n cclflc tax levy
was discussed, but after n comparison
, of views, It was decided that tho Com
mission should not commit Itself to I
this or an) tax policy until a thorough
examination Is made of the subject.
V. It. Farrlngton was named as chair
man, and W. A. Ilowcn as secretary
and treasurer. Udgnr Wood has al
ready secured much valuable Informa
tion on tho subjects that will como
beforo tho Commission.
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SAYS BOARD ACTS
Attorney Peters 'Pains A
Point In Saloon'
Attorney, 1'ctcrs, acting for Ushl
JIma before tho Hoard of License
Commissioner jiftcrdny, as much
hs accused tho Uonrd of acting on
too little evidence. In giving Its de
UshlJIma asked for a rehearing
after being deprived of his license
for alleged Sunday selling, and In
, the plea of his attorney for rein
statement, tho source from which
the board drew Its evidence was
hinted to be a caso of prlvto enmity
ugalnst tho Japanese saloon keeper.
Chairman Cooke of tho committee,
gave UshlJIma a full hearing and
.his case was taken under advise
ment. It came out In tho evldcnco
.that a man named Uaker had bocn
refused a drink In tho upstairs quar
ters of the UshlJIma family on Bun
jday, and had finally been allowed a
j drink free of charge. Uaker Is the
I man upon whose accusation Inspec
j Attorney Clemmons asked for a re
hearing In the case of Tnnaka, stat
ing that his client had $3,000 In out
standing nccounts and stood to lose
the whole sum should ho bo forced
'nut of business.
I Clemmons asked that tho evidence.
'upon whlqh Tanaka's license had
been revoked be mado public, but
Mr. Cooke stated that the source
from which the Information had
been derived vvus such that it could
not be given publicity
The case of H. O. Oznld wus also
threshed out mid resulted In his be
ing granted a wholesale license. Ho
hud been accused of shipping goods
under fictitious covers, but It de
veloped that he had been tho con
signee In the cube and not amenda
ble to tho law
Al Tliurlow had tho restaurant II
icnso of the llojal Annex trans
ferred to I'cucock.
As n result of the arrival of the I.
school M. 8. S. Manchuria, there aro now
214 more people In Honolulu than
there were vestcrday, and when the
same, vessel tails this nftcmoon,
there will still be 127 more In the
city. Most of. them are tourists, n
very small proportion being home
comers to the islands.
This Is the largest passenger list
that has been presented to Honolulu
by any Incoming boat for a long
lime, and In return for her full cab
Ins, the Manchuria was riding far
out of tho water as a result of her
llttlo cargo. She will unload but
176 tons of cargo at the llackfeld
.wharf and has but 2,000 moro go
ing through, most of which Is con
signed to Manila.
Among those returning home are
Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Elston nnd their
children, Hon. T. I'ltch, Mrs.
Oeorge II. Mead and her son, Henry
Mead, nnd A. Hartley, who has been
on the Coast Inspecting the auto
matic telephone sjstem for tho com
pany here. Gen. John McClellan, U.
3. A., retired, and his wife and chil
dren are here to spend the summer.
The rumor that Capt. Suunders,
who was suspended for his tlery tem
perament, would again command tho
Manchuria upon this trip, was not
verified when tho vessel reached tho
port, Capt. Dixon being lord of the
It was thought that Judge Wood
ruff, whose appointment to the Fed
eral CoUrt of the Territory of Ha
waii wns lately conflrcmd by the Sen
ate, would be a passenger on the
Manchuria, but bo fulled to arrive.
Judge Dole was on tho wharf, ex
pecting to greet him
I It McNeills Is the only passen
ger "booked on from, Honolulu. Tho
Manchuria will sail' at ft p. in.
Tomorrow afternoon nt 3 o'clock.
Admiral IJIchl's ships, the So a and
Asd, will leave for Hakodate, Japan.
Thoy will remain thcro long enough to
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M Oookroaohes, Water Bugs and Other Vermin
m art slw oolcMf slllKl. Bsa mixta ror um. "n'.,"e"h""otk
& Your druciut will refund jour moner If It does not do the vcotH.
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STlASNl'lLlCtSIC MilXCO.. CHICAOO, III.
MR8, FRANK GOULD AND CHILDREN,
WHO FIGURE ODDLY IN HER DIVORCE
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Jtistlco Rciaiil of Now York CH has signed an Interlocutor) ilrrni' !
enable tho Admiral to see tho condition divorce In favor ol Mrs. Helen Mnrgarct Koll.v GoMld nK.ilimt l'i ink I
of affairs beforo returning to tho Yo-I Gould. 1 he custoily of the two children, Helen Margaret nnd Dninlliv, i
kosuka Naval Station, near Yokohama, dlv ided h-lvvecn tho father and mother Mrs, Gould Is to have Hum fion.
December to Aiill, Inclusive, each sear; Mr Gould Ih lohtvc them from
May lo November, Inclusive Dining the time each has the ciislmlv llien
Is n provision made for visits. Tho Justlco duvlscd an Ingenious dlvlKlmi
of tho rusliHly of tho chtllrcn. Ho oven divided Hie ChilsthiiD. IioMiIiijh.
Next Christmas Mrs. Gould ma have the ehlldien from I i. m. Chilstiu.iK
eve until mxin Chtlstmas day; Mr. Uoulil iun have them from noon (inUi
mas day until 10 o'clock Iho following momliiK. Christmas, lDlo, Hn md i
Is to be reversed, and so on. Tin's plctuie of .Mrs (iould nnd the children
Flag Lieutenant Shlmomura stated
this morning that tho Admiral ami tho
ofllccrs of tho two ships aro greatly
pleased, with Honolulu.
DESERVES THE NAME.
Askltt "Is or friend Yankcm a
Nollt "Yes. Ho s so busy ha liasn t wns taken at thu Iajikix (Mush.) ganleu fete on tho dnv tho illvnriu vns
time to tako pallia with his victims." grunted.
The coroner's Jury which sal on thu
cnqiilr) into thu death of Mr. Syl
vestor, who wus killed whllo ildlng on
a liHndcar returned a v unlit t of ut'd
T'rpm tho testimony It upicais Out
thu party was on Its way to n dunco at
l.alu und another handcar nlilc'i was
roIiiic In thu opposite direction came
dishing dmrii a grade towriiU thu
slower nutilrin ono The men Jumped
I mm thu car. but tho women filled I"
fit-t clear, and Mr 8 t"n.i vviu
cuught un 1 killed Aiinlh.i, wonuu i
part Huvvulluii, hud her lef, bnd.cn and
tevctnl olherB weie sllghtl) Inlurcd
Beds At Last
F you are lookinj; for a biR bed a regular punce 5 ft. 0 in. wide by 0 ft. 0 in. Ioiik- wc tun
furnish it to you in iron , You won't have to buy a wooden bed any more.
Plain, heavy iron beds, in solid colors, white or cream, at very reasonable prices,
MATTRESSES of the very finest manufacture from the factory of The CRESCENT l'EATHEU
CO., San Francisco, filled with white, crey or black hair, elastic :lt, palm fibre, moss, cotton-top ex
celsior' etc.. at lowest prices and of quality that beats anything ever offered in Honolulu before.
Rugs of all qualities. Lace curtains in great variety.
These are the first arrival of goods purchased personally in Sin Francisco by our Mr. Bailey,
More due omthe Alameda.
Honolulu Wire Bed Co.,
Corner King and Alakca.
BULLETIN AD8 PAY