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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. lh FRIDAY, JULY i, 166$.
Brown Linen Holland
For ladies skirts and suits; 31 inches wide,
price, 35c a yd. SALE PRICE, 25c a yd.
Ladies' Black Lisle Hose
lace ankle, all sizes.
SALE PRICE. 3712C a pr.
Regular price, 50c a pr.
Ladies' Tan Lisle Hose
Lace ankle, all sizes.
BALE PRICE, 3712C a pr.
Regular price, 50c a pr.
Ten yds. to the piece. Regular price. $1.25 a piece.
SALE PRICE, $1.00 a piece.
Fancy White Tucked Lace Yoking
Regular price, 60c and 65c a yd.
18 inches wide.
SAE PRICE, 45c a yd.
Ladies' Black Heatherbloom
Trimmed in tucks and ru..es; fine quality. Regular
price, $2.75. SALE PRICE, $2.00.
For Developing and Printing.
Personal Attention and Thorough
ATLANTIC FLEET TO
TEST NEW MASTS
Battleships Assemble in Hampton
Roads for Maneuvers With
Washington, Juno ZC Willi two
months of hard work before It the
Atlantic battleship fleet In assembling
in Hnnipton roads, Va., for tlio Hum
mer maneuvers, which will ho oxton-
HIGH COURT HANDSjNERVE OF EAR IS
. DOWN DECISION: CUT BY SURGEONS
Matsumura Wins Out. In
Tho Supremo Court today over
ruled the except Ions from the Cir
cuit Couit in the case of Kumazo
.Mntsnmura against the County of
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
W. 0. SMITH SPEAKS
FOR HONOLULU HALE
I Cor. Fort and Beretania Sts. Onu. Fire Station. '
II 1UI I.- 1 1 -""'
Soil, black or Waianae sand, coral
or rock famished to fill up depres
sions or build up terraces.
P. M. POND
slve and exhaustive. The Meet may he ti.unll. In wlilih he brought suit
divided Into two squadrons to light fP $ir.,000 for alleged damages
against oich other. A dozen torpedo ,i,mc to ,8 imipeity by tho dlvert
bonts will make ottneks on the big Rf Mater from Itumeii and ulllrm
hnttleshlps, whoso olllcers and men B the Judgment of tho lower court
will bo required to exert extreme vlg- awarding Mntsunmru $7,fi0C.G0, In
llnncc, also, to guard against the steal- eluilliiR cents. The decision Is nil
thy llttlo submarine torpedo boats. ,uportnnt one and Is written by
four of which, with parent ships, uro ,illHtC0 j, lorry, In which there Is
attached to tho licet. I dlssentlon by the Chief Justice
Under Hear Admiral Sealon Schroe-. r Justice Wilder,
dcr, commander In chief of tho Allan-1 .
tic fleet, will bo nearly CO ships of
war, ranging In size from tho big
16,000 ton flagship Connecticut to the
llttlo 17 ton submarine Tarantula.
Only 12 of tho ships of tho present
fleet mado tho trip around tho woild;
tho other four In rommand nro new
vessel. Tho older ships have been
thoroughly repaired mid the newly
adopted fire contiol mast, which has
been called tho "Inverted wuste has
kot," Installed. This summer's maneu
vers will afford tho first opportunity
for a crucial test of these masts.
Most of tho ships will proceed from
Hampton roads next Tuesday for vn
1 lous Now England ports, wheio they
will spend Independence da).
With thu reassembling or the battle
ships at Itockport, Muss, July 7, will
begin tho work of the summer. To
gether they will proceed to Province
town, which will bo headquarters until
AugiiBt 5. From I'rovlncetovvti tho
fleet will proceed to boa each vveek,
returning Saturday nights. On these
trips will occur the fleet drills and
evolutions and by courtesy of tho navy
department tho citizen sailors of tho
naval mllltla of several eastern states
will ho taken out for a week for In
struction on tho big ships.
vviuio at uncKport, Mass., July 7, or
later at Provlncctown, President Taft
may And It convenient to rovlcw Ad
mil al Schioeder's fleet from cither his
small yacht Sl)ph or from his big
jacht Ma flower.
Your machine will be ready for
you when we say it will be. We
don't experiment on autos; we repair
ALEXANDER Y0UNQ BDI1DIN0.
On Display at our Garage
1900 MODEL "Q" RUNABOUT.
Automobile and Carriage
W. W. WRIGHT & CO., Ltd.
FRANKLIN "D" TOURING CAR.
By skilled mechanics at
Royal Hawaiian Garage,
Hotel St., near Richard.
AGENTS FOR THE KISSEL KAR
ASSOCIATED GAR AGE, Ltd
Schuman Carriage C Ltd,
Received ex Alameda a New Ship
ment of Latest Styles in
102S NUUANU STL
WANT A WIRE BED!
Honolulu Wire Bed Co.,
C. H. BEHN
Car No. 184 can now
be found at
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin give, a complete summary of
the newt of the day.
COR SALE A Fine Ger.
1 man Coach Stallion,
three years old ; weight
1250; 16 hands high.
-"For Sale" card Bulletin.
(Continued front ! 1)
from stopping or remaining In tho
vicinity of the said plantation for
tho puisopso of Interfering In any
manner hereinafter described with
the workmen of complainant 01 with
any person who may deslro to visit
tho Bald premises of complainant for
tho purpose of engaging In the era
plojment of complainant; and fiom
compelling or Inducing, or attempt
ing to compel or induce' by Intimida
tion, Insults, threats, force or vio
lence, or by Intimidating and threat
mlng language or threats of boy
cott or ostracism published In that
certain newspaper culled the N'lppu
JIJI, published In tho Japanese lan
guage in said Honolulu, any pel sons
to leuve tho emplojment of com
plainant or to refrain from entering
or le-entcilng tlio cmpiojment or
complalnnnt, or to refuse or fall to
perform their duties as cmploes of
complainant or to refrain from go
ing to or upon tho said premises of
complainant for any lawful purpose
whatever; and fiom requesting, aid
ing, assisting or abetting any per
son or persons to commit uuy of tho
ucts aforesaid; and from congregat
ing at or near the premises of tho
complainant, or ot or near tho rail
way station of tho Oaliu Hallway &
Land Company at said Honolulu or
nt said Wulpahu for tho purpose of
Intimidating cmplojces of complain-
unt, or coercing suld emplujocs, or
preventing them from rendering
their Borvlccs to said complainant, or
Inducing or compelling by Intimida
tion, thrcnts, force or vlolonco any
of tho cmplojees of complainant from
continuing In Its servlco or any per
son or persons fiom engaging In tha
service ot complainant; and from
going, cither singly or collectively,
to tho homes ot complainant's cm
plojees, or any of them, or tho
homes of any persons who desire or
Intend to enter tho services of com
plainant for tho purpose of Intimi
dating or coercing nny or all of
them to leave tho employment of
complainant or from entering tho
(ompIulnant'B cmplo); and fiom
picketing or patrolling or guarding
complainant's plantation, the public
hlghvvii) between said plantation
nnil Honolulu, snld railway station
at Honolulu, suld lallway ttatlmi ut
Will palm, or the boaidlng house, i In
Honolulu fiequcnted b) Japanese
laborers in uny of said places for tlio
putposo of Intlmldatlug employees
of complainant, or confine said cw-
"I notice that they arc again talking
of getting rlil of the old Honolulu
Hale land b) exchange and I want to
mi again that I believe the nlleuatlon
of that land would be a grave mis
take," said W. O. Smith this morning.
"I objected verj serlousl) to tho sale
of tho public land opposite the jiolicc
station and I think It would he a great
mlLtnke to allow the limp on which
tho Honolulu Hale stands to pasii Into
prlvute hands. The Honolulu Hale
and thu ptescnt post olllco furnish
practically tho only available slto Ho
nolulu has left for clt unices That
would be the linturiil location for a
city and count) building, down town,
nenr tho police headquarters and not
far from tho Keder.il public building.
"Tho Territorial olllcers should go
very slow In alienating public land In
tho center of (ho clt). Wo have a
growing city nud It Is not Impossible
Uial If this and)l,dlipBcd pf by aula
or exchange, tho' CltJ ""may ai some
future time bo forced to buy lands for
Its own buildings. This would bo un
fortunate and If proper foresight Is
dlsplu)ed will bo quite unnecessary.
"If u general civic center develops
In the vicinity of the Capitol, thoro
will bo tlmu enough to exchuiigo what
ever lands may bo necessary In future
veins. For tho present wo should
hold onto our public land In the city
center. Tho small area on which tho
IKJBtortlco btands Is not enough for cltj
buildings. I IiojM! that tho Terri
torial olllcers will find something else
to occupy their minds than how to
get rid of tho Honolulu Halo land."
Delicate Operation Resorted to to
Relieve Sufferings of
NEW YOIIK CITY. In n paper that
they have Jointly prepared, Dr. A B
Taj lor will today ret before the con
ventlon of the Amcilcan Neurological
Association tho facts and circumstan
ces of a during and lemarkablo opera
tion for ear neuralgia, tho success of
which saved the wife or u ph)slclau
from self destruction
Already tho caso has been widely
dl3Cih,!r-(l in tho medical world mid tho
facts from tho pin of tho attending
and the operating phvslclnnn me eng
erly awaited by tho medical profes
Tho woman upon whom tho opera
Hon was performed now etiJo,vs tho
best of health and Is free from pain.
Her namo hat not been disclosed.
Her husband Is said to bo a llritlgo
port plijsleluu, thu appeared at thu
convention i'lldny at tho New York
Academy of Jledlclno as a living proof
of the success of the operation,
After boven pb)sclani had failed
to relievo the woman from pain and
she had mado an attempt on her life1,
Dr. Clark was summoned to attend
her. He dlagnoiod her caso as ear
neuralgia and decided upon the raro
operation. He and IV. Ta)lor perform
.Mrs. , hail bon articled for
several )eors with violent and pierc
ing pains In the ear. At times they
were so excruciating that shu scream
lu agony, and It was Impossible to al
levlno them nppieclably with power-
rill dtiigs. Life was unbearable, and
soverable times she threatened self-
Dr. Clark consulted with Dr. Tulor.
the well known surgeon, who pei
formed tho operation live times on
dead bodies before Mrs. A was
placed on tho operating t vble. Her
Sl.ull was trophfned back of tho ear
nnd part of tho bono was b okon
down. This gave an oponUi; a quar
ter of an Inch In diameter. An lustra
niont wan put down for three Inches,
tho cerebellum wiis lifted n.id- bj
meaiiH of a small electric llt'it the
nerves were loveuted. A small glass
draining tube was put In place, lly
meaps of a small hook tho nerve was
nil bed and then severed.
ORDEIl REVERSED ;
BY SUPREME COURT
Sheriff Winner In Injunc
tion Suit Brought
1 Hour 5 Minutes
Cost for fuel
Order i everted, eaFo ruminhd v I
lusliucllnns to grant motion to ill-
solvo Injunction v.ui ilie Supi u
Court's order tula) la a diiislou in
the t.ie of Muri II. Alcherlev brmiK i i
against Sherllf W I'. -Inrre.lt. and
N. Cnmplitdl, nn ii'ipeil fiom the I'lr
cult Couit, lu which a bill was Mln
for an Injunction lo leslrnlu the Hv
iilon the ilalntlftii tell properiv of
an execution on a JihIki.h til of the t'li
cult Com I lu mi action b) the defend
ant A. N Campbell upon it joint mi I
.eveialipioinlifoiy note signed bv the
plnlullff and her hurhind The bill ul
legeu that th j plaintiff owns mi nud)
vlded one-half lute rust In c rtalu laud
lu Honolulu In the possession of 1 1 w
era & Cooke, who brought n pc it -hi
In the court of land loglslruthm i
register Its tltlo thereto. Tho nn'i;
Issued n tcmpnrtr) Injunction upeu
tiling bill of Apill 1!
With n. Rfts stove m the
kitchen the following was
cookcil for ton ccnti nnd
cooked with n flavor Hint ex
cels. Tor four persons
rue-pound Lei; of l.ainli,
One Tin Sttwctl Coin.
One Fan Biscuits.
AN ACTUAL TEST MADE
BY A HONOLULU LADY.
HEAVY SENTECNE FOR
Itobeit V ('ii'inlnghim. the I'lfth
Cnvnlr) pilvute cbniged with Insulting
girls, litis been Kctitiuccd b court mar
tl.il to Im iilshonoulil) discharged from
the Ann. uud lo i-crvc live jears nt
haul hiboi Cunningham wus charged
with unking Impropet proposals in
Hllzabelh Xnlhe mid llmlly Miheul.i
He will probiblv be sent to the mill
lai) prison ul lcatiaz lilaud to servi
nut hlji sentence
ALEXANDER Y0UNO BLDG.
1 Bishop Sttcct.
Miss May Johnson
has acquired the city ncticy of the
Citizen Labor Sanitary
which she will conduct nt her Curio
Store on Hotel street, nenr Union
street, in Honolulu, l'honc 109.
Prices reasonable. Satisfaction
Kiiarantced Work left befnte 8:30
a m. can be returned sanir day by
ENGLISH NOVELIST WHO
DffiD AT AOE OF EIGHTY-ONE
John IVkei, Jr., or us ho Is some
times Known, J, T. llrlght oi II. K.
Kuualil, Is said to bo leaving cm the
Cluudlne this evening for Huwull.
That Is to Buy Mint ho may go If Joe
I.eul docs not stop him.
It appeals that thu )otith, who is
said to have become engaged to a
)ouug lad) dining tho past cuuplu of
da) s, actaully undertook to buy out
right u furnished house, but no leal
mouc) chuigcd hands on the deal.
linker, llrlght oi Kauutll, whutciver
his numo Is, will probubl) miss tho
Claudlno, as tho Chief of Detectives
btutcB that ho will hold him up nt thu
wharf, If he doca not get him sooner.
BULLETIN ADS PAY "B
plo)ecs, or preventing them from
rendering their sci vices to snld com
plaluant, or Inducing or compelling
by Intimidation, insults, threats,
force or vloleiiro an) of tho em
ployes of complainant from contin
uing lu its seivlce or uny poison or
portions fiom engaging in tho ser
vice of complainant, hoieln fall not
at )our peril.
Witness the Honorablo W. J. Hob-
Inson, Third Judge of the Circuit
Court .of tho I'lrst Circuit, presiding
nt ehnmbers, this Tth day of July,
A. I). 1909.
M T. SIMON 1'O.W
Cleik ot the Circuit Court
of the Tlrst Circuit.
Mr, I.lghtfoot "I move that Iho In
junction Im inodltlid so that there
shall he but u limited llublllt) for tho
breach of tho Injunction, nnd that the
ullcgutlnns of the bill, that there Is a
cnuspliuc) should bu illsicgaidul so
far us Iho Inleipretatlon of tho con
stiiictlou of tho Injunction Is con
Tho Couit. "I don't lco that lliere
Is uii) objection lo iho portion of the
Injunction )ou deslro to huve modi
Ih d. I will endoito nt the bottom of
It, nnd Iho Cleik will sign It: 'Let
tho foicgolng Injunction Issue"
UhkIoii, Juno 3. Masonic circles of
Kngland are greatly Interested In tho
consecration In Umilon this afternoon
of tho American lodge, which Is re
stricted to American citizens. The
founders of tho American lodge num
ber twent)-slx uud Include many of
tho most prominent Americans In Lon
don and thobo longest resident heie.
The earl of Ampthlll, piovlnclnl grand
master of tho grand lodge of Kreu Ma
sous of Iigland, conferred n special
honor on thu lodge by personally per
forming thu ceremony of consecration
lu the apartment reserved for the
meeting of the grand lodge, nnd never
heretofore used for an ordinary meet
ing of the craft.
150 Attend Banquet.
At tile cloto of the cereinonj Fred
erick C. Van Duzcr Installed Master
IL Newton Crane us senior vvnideii uud
Ilalston Ilulch as junior warden of the
new lodge. Tho ceremonies were fob
lowed by n banquet attended bj l.r,i)
men, unioiig whom were Iho piovlncla
giand masttr, tliodcput) giuiid mister
and neurl) forty other grand olllcent.
At tho first meeting of the lodge next
Monday night there will ho hcvernl
Initiations, Including Ihoan of Hldge
le) Carter and Howard II. Case,
Anglo-American Entente Grows.
Thu epteuto between thu Kngllsh
and (ho American Masons has been
glowing rnpldl) In thu last few )ears
and lu lecoguitlim of this Messrs, Van
Durer uud Crane, both of whom nru
past chairmen of tho American Hoclet)
of Loudon, havci been made grand offi
cers of the grand lodge, with Jurisdic
tion In Kngland, Wales, ami the I'.ng
llsli colonies and dependencies. Tlio
American Masons havo frequently en
tertulncd theli Ilrltish broth,ern. Tho
e.irl of Huston and several iiicmberH of
his stuff havo announced their Intcn
lion of attending tho triennial conclave
of Knights Templar next )enr In Chi
cago Tho American lodgo comes us
u notable addition to tho International
freemasonry of Ixindnn, wheio two
lodges already aro doing work In thul
French language, while two aro com
iwsucl entirely of Ocrmaiis, ami one
entirely of Itullans.
Just the thiiiR
for tramping or
Hawaii & South
crii Curio Co,
Y juiiK Build
iK't Bishop St.
next Cable office).
Oeorgo Meredltl, the Uiigltsh nov
elist, who died In London, was bora
In Hampshire, February IL'. 1S2S.
Ho was educated parti) lu (lermuny
and wns biniiglil up to the law, which
he quit for literature Ills llrst
poems uppcuicd In 18m, followed lu
lupld succession by vat lous novels
nnd additional poems and ballads
"Diana of the Crossways" was pub
lished In issr, nnd "Ouo of Our Con
querors" In 18U0 "Loid Oriuout
nud Ills Ainlnla" appeal ud lu the
Mimiuci of 1 81) t nud was followed
In 1895 by "Tho Amazing Marriage "
Boston Baked Beans. '
Bosto.i Brown Bread.
Leave orders a day Rhcad.
28 lotus of bicad for $1.00.
1129 Fort St. Pionel97.
Change of Managers-
No change in quality of service.
Teiritorial Board of
Office 403 Stniiiicttftld Bide
A puss hook of Iho First American
Savings and Tiust Co has been lost
Seo Want Ads
. Houses Jo Let
Puunui 2 bedrooms. .$15
Gulick Ave. ...3 bedrooms. . 15
HAVE YOU EVER
The HYLQ Lamp?
Union Eleotric Co.,
P. E. R. Strauch
Waity Bldjr. 74 S. Kinp; St.
Still in business at the same old
For vacation ii-admi;.
BROWN & LYON CO.. LTD.
Alexander Yonntr Bldfj.
Regal Shoes .
are the shoes that prove. A
REGAL SHOE STORE.
Kinj; & Bethel.
Dr. J. H. Raymond
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Office with Dr. C. B. Wood, 160 Bere
Office Hours 10 to 12 a. m., 2 to 4
p. m., 7 :30 to 8 :30 p. in.
Telephone Office 24; Residence 1460
FOUR AND A HALF PER CEOT
interest paid on
I BANK OF HAWAII. LTD. :
Surplus and Capital. . . . . $1,000,000. -
WHAT PAINT SHALL YOU USE!
Whv. the cheapest and tho best is
EUREKA PERFECTION PAINT.
For sale by irallpn or barrel. Wrjte
for booklet to
EUREKA PERFECTION FAINT CO.
P, 0. Box 83, City,
BOSTON RESTAURANT. ,
GOOD MEALS TOR 25 CENTS i
NEW AND EXPERIENED COOK
Everything in Season. M
Hotel Street nenr Fort.
Vtc mm o sconll our old on. -?
tomcis com back. ""N?
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