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Values Are Here In
Secure Them While the Assort
ments Are Large
THESE arc OUR
2 1-2 x 4 1-4
3 1-2 x 3 1-2
3 1-4 x 4 i4
3 1-4 x 5 i-2
Our formula is:
6 ex. 12 ex.
VERY DAY csn toj,
Sunday for tliq
cook when you 4,,,
Take Your Films to
Cool' ing is playing
to the woman v!fo
New Shirting Percales
A great variety of patterns, 30 inches wide. 8 yds, for $1.00.
White, just the thing; for Infants' and Children's Coats. 30 a yd,
White Lace, Cream Lace, Arabian Lace. In Applique, Oriental and
Fillet, also Gold Net, plain or tucked
Ladies' Combination Suits
Cotton ribbed, low neck, G5 a suit.
High neck and long sleeves; 75 a suit.
Ladies' Knit Drawers
35 a pair.
Ladies' Knit Tights
75 a suit. ;..
Tourists and Strangers
Will find it to their advantage to visit our Millinery Department, where
they will always find the latest in high-class millinery.
Every steamer brings us new and fashionable goods for our SUIT
Goods Co., Ltd.
Port and Bcrctania.
Your machine will be ready for
you when we say it will be. We
don't experiment on autos; we repair
Von Hamm - Young
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING.
W. W. WRIGHT & CO., Ltd.
QE0. S. WELLS, Mgr.
HOTEL St. PHONE 191,
Repairing by Expert Mechanics.
Schuman Carriage C Ltd,
Received ex Alamrda a New Ship
ment of Latest Styles in
1028 NUUANU St
WANT A WIRE BED?
Honolulu Wire Bed Co.,
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185,
Opp. Fire Station.
Soil, black or Waianae sand, coral
or rock furnished to fill up depres
lions or build up terraces.
P. M. POND
On Display at our Gdrage
1009 MODEL "Q" RUNABOUT.
ERANKLIN "D" TOURING CAR.
AGENTS FOR THE KISSEL KAR
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, Ltd
C. It BEHN
Car No. 184 can now
be found at
COR SALE A Fine Ger.
1 man Coach Stallion,
three years old ; weight
1250; 16 hands high.
-"For Sale" card) at Bulletin.
That tho danger.) which n striking
laborer faces In golns back to work
Id nioro real than la Rtncrnll) Riipposeil
Ih olucnt rrom tho charges mado In
tho Injunction nskcil for by the attor
neys for tho Oahn Sugar Company,
which wai filed yesterday In tho Clr
cult Court, find will bo nrgucd thla nf
ternoon. Its purKse In to restrain Ma
kino, tho ftilko lender, and thirty-two
of his assoelatcn from Interfcrrlng with
tho business of tho sugar romp my.
Attached to tho petition arc the atll
dalts of Tsunedn, Hattmhel, KalMlJI,
Tsunoda and loynjl Tsuzitkl, who lm
been threatened nnd Intltiil Litml by of
fleers of tho Higher Wago Aspoclntlon.
and ccn threats hao been mi.lu
ngnlnst tho life of Tsiizukl. That p irt
of tho charges referring1 to him lead a'
follows: "That by reason of the
tlueats of personal lolenco nnd dc.itli
herelnbefoio referred to. deonent Is
dally nnd hourly In fear If his life lest
threats mado by tho parties herein
named bo carried out."
A second nfflilmlt attached to tho
motion for an order to show cause why
the temporary Injunction should not
be granted Is signed by II. Tsunoda,
who slates that on Sunday ho was
threatened by Ynnnglsawn, ono of tho
defendants, who also stated that If ho
attempted to prevail on his former
n oik men to return to tho field, ho
would Do "cnoKcii to death.
In tho bill of complaint It Is stated
Hint owing to tho largo area under cul
thatlon by tho Onhii Sugar Company
It has been prolititblo both to tho plan
tation and to Its employes to let out
enno nnd cancllelds under n contract
of cultivation. It Is stated that any In
terference or interruption In tho mi.
restricted application of tho rontrnct
sjsteni would mean n loss to tho plan
tation. Tho bill of complaint iccltes thn
ccnts leading up to tho demand that
was made by tho mill employes on
May 7, 1909, for an Increaso in pay, a
eoiupromlto offer from Manager Hull
being refused. Mny IS Is mentioned
as tho day of tho strike affecting tho
wholo plantation, nnd that for n period
of ten dujs tho laborers and others In
volved In tho strike remained In their
quarters on tho plantation and refused
"That on the 12th day of Mny," reads
tho bill of complaint, "when said lab
orers struck as aforesaid thero wero
thrco crops growing upon complain
ant's said plantation, to-nlt, tho b il
anco of tho crop of tho ear 1909,
which wns being harvested at tho time
said strlka began, tho harvesting sea
son for said Inst named jear having
commencod on tho loth dav or Herein
er last and having been prosei uted day
and night except Sundios thereafter
until tho date of said strike: there was
also standing In complainant's Holds
Many people look upon the Germans as heavy
drinkers. True, but the drink is beer. Whilcother
nationalities have their wines, whiskies and gin con
taining large percentages of alcohol .nd very little
food value, the German's stick to beer with its
nourishing barley and tonical hops and only 3 1-2
per cent, alcohol.
In Primo Beer you get less than three per cent,
alcohol. We do not say "only" as though the alco
hol was not beneficial. Alcohol has a food and
stimulating value when the proportion t not too
great. The danger is in over stimulation, impossible
when the proportion is so small as in beer.
Good beer is beneficial to one's health, and if
you are wise you will drink regularly.
M M JH 1 'kHHllllllV
whcnsahl strlko began ns aforesaid,
tho ratio designed for harvesting In the
car 1010, nnd then nbiut ten moujhs'
old. and consisting of 425S4 acres,
which said cane nt said ilito and con
tinuous!) thereafter hitherto stood in
need of nnd during this summer will
stnnd In need of contlnuoiN unbroken
Irrigation nt the periods herelnabovo
hot forth to avoid Irreparable Injury to
mild cano nnd to complainant as the
Ilcferilng specially to the unlawful
methods pursued b Maklno and his
rodefeiidniits to Interfere with tho op
eration of the plantation, Jt Is stated
'Unit during tho month of December,
1908, nil of tho nbovo defendants un
lawfully, mnllclnuslv nnd fraudulently
combined nnd mutually undertook and
concerted logetli"!, mid with other jicr-1
bf,tm .Lliftai, nmiiiiu tir.t ti lliln nmntitflln. I
nut unknown, to do what plainly nnd 1 """" vm.suu .., ulc oi.ihl:..u
dlrectly tended to luclto and occasion General of the Marino Hospital Ser
offenso and to do what was obviously vice as the most suitable expert to
and directly liijuiloiis lo complainant represent Uncle Sam nt tho contcr-
ln that, to wit, nt the time aforesaid
and within llio cltv mid county afore-
said .they, tho said defendants and
each of them did unlawfully, malicious-
ly and fraudulently combine- with ench " ". ". .
other, and with other poisons whose 1 public nnv of his plans, It U thought
names nro to comphlnant unknown, not Improbablo that he may take inl
and mutually undertook and concerted I vantage of his European trip to do
together to prevent complainant nnd n little observation work In tho hos
tho manager of Its t-ald plantation, and I ptug
tho directors nnd officers of complain-. ,,;,,,, ABslstnnt Surgeon Curry Is
nut, fiom excreting and cam lug on , , .,,,,, ...1 ....
tho hushics nfo.esald ol said corpora- 'l-rlntonucn of the federal lcpro-
Hon anil fiom operating Its said sugar """lum on Molokal.
plantation to he nccomidlflicd by tho j "
defendants above named by certain In-1 rOTIIJ 1TPO FflD
direct sinister and unlawful means 1 fjl I IMA I I'll rllff
by Intimidating and tl.reilenlng Uo. LOIIHIfll LU I Ull
lenco ngalnst nnd Inciting and Instlgnt- DI1II FIUMP DflAIl
lug assaults and bittcrles iiion all Jap-j fil II I IIIRill illlH
nneso In the city and count) of Hono- """""" ,,u"
lulu then nnd there being who opposed
or should oppose an Immediate demand
being made b the Japanese Inboreis
empiojeuMipon eompiainani s sai.i piun,
tnllnti fitt n t inipnidn mT umtnu urtil
IUIIUII IW1 Mil lUllVUKU Ml hw U
who should oppobo a strlko being
started by sueli of said last named
Jnoaneso laborers ns tero refused
sucji demand, and upon ull .Inpincse
mill! liVlllilllU. tlllll lllfl ill! .,41,1 tllPV
in the City and County of llJiioliiln
aforesaid who shoubt attempt to per-1
suado any of said Japanese laborers
as were refused such demand for an
Increase In wages from leaving the cm
plovmcnt of tho manager or tho com
plainant eoritoratlou aforesaid, employ
Ing them and from refusing to con-1 jjo ember 19, 1909, leaving property
tlliun or lenew such emplojment. and , IIawn vnltlcil Ilt $!)jl3S 75, 0
by Intlmllnllng and threatening Nlo- .. ... .., r,3 hll.lrt,s r iiu.
leneo ngalnst and Inciting mid Instlgat-. ""', ,,le T . , ..
Ing others to threaten nnd Intimidate "" al,i,n', 2,S BlmrcS f hna h"Bar
violence ngalnst. and Inciting and In- .stock. The petition for probating of
stlgatiug assaults nnd batteries upon will anil letters of administrator nro
nil Japanese laborers emplojcd u.ion filed by tho Hawaiian Trust Com
cnmplntnnnt's plantation who should pany.
continue, to work for complainant nnd I n n M M M tl a n M It tl tt t:
Its manager lifter being notified by
tho di fendniits and their said co-con-1 car) lug out said unlawful, malicious
nplrntnrs lo coase working for and to,and fraudulent combination nnd plans
refuse employment from tho complain- nnd nil Japine'so within said Terrltor)
nut and Its mauager aforesaid, and by who sliould fall or refuse to use or
Intimidating ami threatening violence assist In tiring or promoting tho iiho by
ngalnst -and to boeott flnanclall), lo others of the Indirect, sinister and tin
ostracize roclaly, and to blacklist nil lawful means and methods aforesaid
Japanese within tho said Territory i by carr lug out such unlaw ful malic
who shall fall or letuso to Join In with lions and fraudulent combination nnd
tho defendants and assist tlicm In ear- plan nloresald."
The Beer That's :B"rewed
SURGEON CURRY IS
OFF FOR NORWAY
Pnucd Assistant Surgeon Currj of
the United States Marine Hospital
Service, sailed this morning for the
mainland on tho Oceanic liner Ala
meda, Curry goes to Norway as
America's represcntatlvo to the In
ternational Leprosy Congress, sched
uled to be held from August 16 to
Surgeon Curry will bo tho only of
ficial representative of tho federal
government at tho conference, ho
crry , 0XI)Pctc( 10me the latter
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At tho officii of Public Works, the
figures hnvo been completed ihowlng
tho different sums of money reriulrcd
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UHlllllllh " lU iiiimiihi v iavri.1.
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BIVMU Hm, IIILT I.WM114M.I U nitivil ti tlO
awarded to K. Vr. of llllo, for $10,-
035 25. For earth road. JC3r,u, retain
ing wall, $2275, box culverts. 04n :
I .ii, n-, rr a I .1 ...
" i?f,l,lBS I351- T1' " '8 "buUl
VA miles long.
Tho will of tho Into Stephen Hlg
glus was filed for probate in tho Cir
cuit Court this morning. Mr. Hlg-
trlna ,11ml nt Tuliltl Kftrtntv Ittlfinilri.
of the German
people is due to
Houses To Let
. 2 bedrcems
P. E. R. Strauch
'Tliu Mnil jour nrati'l
Ailtnltlodly Lost for Ern
llettcr now than over.'
W. C. PEACOCK & CO., Ltd.
There's pleasure and profit
in ushiK W. P. Fuller & Co.'s
Lewers & Cooke,
LUNCHES and DRINK
The most potmmr
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel tit. near Fort
Jack Scully Jack Robert-
Pau Ka Hana
THE ENEMY TO DIBT.
At Your Grocer's.
Dr. F. SCHURMANN
Osteopathic Physician and Oculist.
222 Emma Square.
Hours : Consulting, 2-3 p. m.,
excepting Saturdays. Operating, 8
12 a.i m., including Saturdays; 3-G
p. m., excepting Saturdays.
WAH CHONG CO.
DRY GOODS AND TAILOBINQ.
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
WAVEBLEY BLK. HOTEL ST
ONLY table drink. Manufac
tured by the
Arctic Soda Water Works
Union Electric Co.,
IcS a Gas Stove.
Miss May Johnso
has acquired the city agency of t
Citizen Labor Sanitarw
Steam Laundry ' '
which she will condn-t ot her Cui,
Stor- ou Hotel street nar Unit
r ct n Honolulu Phone 16
r cs rrascnaolc Satisfactic
llnMwi.n.l wnv lfft hpfnrik n!l
1 in can be rsturnrd sime day 1
Just the thii
Hawaii & Sou
Seas Curio Ct
mi," Bishop I
(Under t h
jicxt Cable d
Boston Baked Ecans
Boston Brown Bread.
1 Art ltd. HMAI4I A tfl1 l.rffcnjl '
i.vutc umui u uny ntiuu. .
23 lonves of bread for $1.0l
01 1 St Phone It
' 129 Toi
Change of Manager
No change 11 qualitv of service
Teiritorial Board of
Tor vacation reading.
BROWN & LYON CO.. LTD.
Alexander Young Bldg.
arc the shoes that prove,
REOAL SHOE STORE.
King & Bethel.
Dr. J. H. Raymond
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office with Dr. C. B. Wood, 160 Bere
Office Hours 10 to 12 a. m.,
p. m., 7:auto Biaun. m. 1
Telephone Office 24; Residence 146
FOUR AND A HALF PER CENTj
interest paid on ,j
BANK OF HAWAII, LTD. i
Surplus and Capital $1,000,000
CREAMERY BUTTER '
is the best. !
HENRY MAY & CO , LTD. 3
Phone 22 . l
Bulletin Business Office Phone 25C.
EuUctMi Editorial Room Phone 189.
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