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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, August 02, 1909, 3:30 EDITION, Page 3, Image 3',
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EVErflMO DULLET1K, HONOLULU, T. MONDAY, AUGUST 2, 1909.
Now In Progress
FOR TEN DAYS ONLY
This Sale discounts all
previous sales. It does not
mean a few specials, bjut
every article in the store
will be marked way down.
All Goods marked in
plain figures and sold for
Come and join the crowd.
Dry Goods Company, Ltd.,
Opp. Fire Station. Corner
185 King St
IiGVgI Up Soi1, black or Waianae ,ani corai
.f or rock furnished to fill up deprei
JL Olir XiOli tions or build up terracei.
Phone 800 P. M. POND
H1QH-CIAS9 PAPEB-HANQINO. DECORATING,
AND GENERAL FAINTINQ.
SPEAK FOB TIEEMSELVES.
ELITE BUILDING. PHONE 397.
,', -'ii, i--i' Mi.Hn '.r
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Fort and Beretahia.
PORTER TALKS OH
He Suggests Grading As
. Best For Customer
1'rof. n B. Porlcr, In charge of the
nnlninl husbandry derailment of tlio
Collcgo of 'Hawaii, Jias been following
with especial Interest tho proposed
city ordinance, to sccuro jitire milk
for tho peoplo of Honolulu.- Ho be
lieves tho plan outlined may bo mod
ified to the advantage of the consum
er nnd producer.
Under tho ordinance an l'rof. Porter
understands It, tho llccnno to sell milk
Is to bo granted ojf co'ndltlon that tho
milk shall be nbovo tho stnndard of
purity represented by n million bac
teria to "a cubic centimeter.
"I think that the llccnco to sell milk
khould bo graded,'1 said Mr. Porter
this morning. "It would bo better to
havo a' license for certified milk, tho
highest grade, and a llceneo for ord
"Tho milk should bo graded on Its
sanitary' quality. Under tho proposed
ordlnanro as it nppcars to mo the man
who produces milk Just Insldo tho
sanitary standard is on nn equality
with tho dairyman selling as pura
milk as It Is posslblo to produce. Any
man who cannot como within the
standard goes out of business Immed
iately. "Under an ordlnanco for graded
milk the high class dairyman gets the
benefit of tils superiority and tho cus
tomer also knows what ho Is getting.
Furthermore tho dairy whoso milk Is
below tho averago standard at tho out
set has an Inccntlvo to surround his
product with Buch conditions as will
bring It up to tho highest Btandard.
"Tills Is In lino with tho experience
of tho most progrcsBlvo cities of tho
"My Interest of course Is nbsolutcly
Impersonal. Wo nt tho collego strive
to mnko our study nnd observation of
practical valuo not only In tho class
room but to tho community."
Inspector Fenncll was n busy man
yesterday and was successful In land
ing two blind pigs, ono on Queen
street, which wns being run by a Jap
nnoso woman, Tokl, wlfn of K. Sato,
who keeps n sailor's boarding house,
and tho other near Anla Park, kept by
Tho second arrest was mudo about
10 o'clock last night, and wns moro
easily accomplished. Tho Inspector
walked Into (ho boarding houso of Sa
to, whleli is located near tho idanlng
mill on Queen street, requested and
obtained n botilo of wlno for which
ho pal dtwenty cents, from tho wife,
Tokl. Ho also found a demijohn full
and another Just emptied. Tho place
was occupied by n number of Japan
ese sailors, who wcru nil drinking and
shortly before thq arrest was mado n
number of German sallorH wore Been
to leave tho placo. ' ,
Kukaulalli wus this morning charged
with keeping it blind pig nt Anla Initio
and was 'convicted by, Judge Audrado
and fined $100 and costs.
Tokl refused to plcud nnd desired
that her casa might bo continued In
order that sho might obtain tho ser
vices of nn attorney. A continuation
wns granted until tomorrow morning.
ST. L0UI0 COLLEGE '
St. Louis College Alumni held a
most cnjoyablo dnnco on Saturday
evening last, and somo two hundred
persons attonded nt Drcler halt, where
Iho dance was given, .
Kaal's band supplied tho music,
and it goes' without saying that' tho
merry waltz nnd llvoly two-step
were enjoyed to tho limit. Prlnco
Kuhlo and many prominent peoplo
wero present, and tho ball was kept
up till tho woo hours.
Thcso annual reunions of tho St.
Louis Alnninl .are always enjoy
able, nnd tho hard-working commit
tee, gets' in some fine work on thorn.
Wm. Welsh and his helpers ulwnys
work to make tho danco a great suc
cess, Fop Sale
$1,100. . , $1,100
I am offering you a new larjje
houtc with three bedrooms, never oc
cupied, near St. Louis' School, with
iron roof, modern plumbing-, and lot
4089 sq, fceti' right in town, for only
$1,100. Very cheap. Rare bargain.
This is $300 less than cost..
Here is your chance.
P. E. R. Strauch
WaityBldg. ,. 74 S. Kin St.
N. li. H. NOTES
Thfs morning nt I) o'clock tho
N, id. H rlflo team fdr Cnmp Perry
assembled outside the drlllslird, and
after n few words of ndvlec from
Colonel Jones, were photographed In
The team, whfch leaves for tho
mainland on Wednesday next. Is a
very good one, and a combination of
shots which Bhould do well at tho
Tho Chicago tenm defeated tho
Detroit nine by a score of 2 to 1 on
the City diamond at noon today. A
big crowd, of spectators was present
nnd the play wns much enjoyed, it
wasa fast game nnd only took 40
minutes for the nine innings. Tho
Chicago team, by this victory, havo
got the first hand on tho Hullo
1 1 n cup. All the players arc 1) u 1
1 o 1 1 n newsboys.
BROUGHT TO CITY.
ltlhnshl, sentenced to death for
the murder of Alno, n Jnpancso wo
man, at Kauai, was brought to tho
Jail yesterday morning, where ho
now awaits tho execution of his sen
tence. Superintendent of Public Works
Marston Campbell this morning start
ed on an automobile trip around the
Island In company with Mr. lclghton
of tho Hydrograplilc Survey. They
ore expected back this evening and
their trip will probably result In con
clusions regarding tho future work of
tho Survey on Oaliu,
Tickets for tho series of games at
tho league grounds nro nn sale from
11 a. m. tilt 1 p. in. daily nt annul
Knkln's, store Tomorrow Kddlo Kor
riandct and Doc. Mnusarrat will Btnrt
a canvass of tho business houses of
tho city nnd expect to sell a lot of
season tickets In that way.
According to a U'tto received from
George Lycurgus, Klfyde'ails unusual
ly active nowadays. - The two largo
lakes of lava rose and camo togothor.
"Old Faithful" has beon spouting ev
ery IS seconds Instead of 40 as usual,
nnd tho cavo to theilcft threw out an
nmount of lava that flowed down tho
side of tho pit into tho basin.
Thcro was a tremendous crowd out
at Wulklkl yesterday nftcrnoon, nnd
surf riding Is becoming moro popular
everyday. The beach nt tho Inn, Sea
side and Moana, wai crowded with
bathers nnd many hundreds peoplo oc
cupied tho scats at the' resorts.
tatters of ndmlnstratlon wens today
grnntcd to tho Henry Watcrhouxo
Trust Co., In the estate of Allle M.
Fclkcr, deceased, on tho petition of
W. E. Felkcr, her brother and sole
heir, Tho estate Is estimated nt
Tickets for tho Dig League games
Saturday. Aug. 7, 1909, for Balo nt
M. A. aunst & Co, between tho hour
of li n. in, to 1 p. m.
William S. Slnglchurst was . today
granted papers of administration In
the estate of Mary Katlo Slnglchurst
by Judgu Koblnson.
W. II.' Thomas of Wahlawa and O.
p. Mahono of Walpahu wero rogls
Icied.'at tho Hawaiian hotel yester
TENYO MARU IN; I
Avery Declines To GiYe
Out News On South
Tho Tcnyo Marti pulled alongside i
tho H-tckfcld whatf at 12:20 today on
her way to tho completion of her sixth
trip between San Francisco nnd Yoko
hama. Her passenger list Is very
light mid there uro only seven pas
sengers staying over nt Honolulu.
Cnptaln Erpcst Dent Interviewed
states that thcro was nothing of out
sldo Interest In the passage here. "Wo
wero favored with exceedingly good
weather," ho said, "and everything
went very smoothly."
W. II. Avery, tho General Malinger
of tho Company and IiIb wife nro pas
sengers with tho vessel. Interviewed,
Mr. Avery was avcrso to .stating any
thing with regard to conditions on the
Questioned, ho stated '"I can really
Bay very llttlo'with regard to burlucss
conditions' In San Francisco. I only
passed through thcro and most of my
tlmo lately has been spent In Mi-xlco
looking Into our South Atneilcan nor
vico and It Is In connection with th.it
that I am on my way to Yokohama
Questioned ns to tho South Atneil
can sorvlco, Mr. Avery was disin
clined to glvo details ns ho snld it
was yet too much of nn cxpcrlmoii', to
give out anything for publication.
Tho Tcnyo Mnru Is how dlnch:irs!n;;
her Honolulu freight nnd will Ishvo
about 10 o'clock tomorrow morn'.iis.
A danco will bo given to tho pas
sengers In tho Young hotel this even
ing nt S o'clock.
Tho pasiongers staying over nro ns
follows: Oscnr Fnnckc, Wl'.llam
Kline, Mrs. William Kline, Nalvjth Os
borne, Mrs. Natioth Osboinu It,"..
Wm. II. Stelle. Mrs. Win. II. Stello,
.MUs Kllzabcth It. Stelle, Master Uf.
gen 8. Stelle.
BIG DRECQe" , .,
IN LUMBER TRADE
Some further particulars with re
gard to the new sen-going dredger
South Hay, which arrived on Satur
day, glvo a history of tho dredger:
Tho South Hay was for some con
siderable tlmo engaged In the lum
buBlncBs as a steam schooner trad
ing between Snn Francisco and Aber
deen, but as sho could not bo run
profitably sho, was laid up for some
time. Sho was then chartered from
the Dadgo Co., who are her. owners,
1iy the Standard Pacific Dredging
Co. and fitted out as u dredgo and
sent, over, here. It Is stated that sho
Is chartered for a period of eight
months fro mnaw, and that one of
the conditions of the charter Is that
sho must bo returned in the same
condition ns sho. was before tho
charter,, I. c., .,ns a, steam .schooner.
nmf mmllrtin oa v -mm
Alrnhnl ? bcer
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and hops -a food and a tonic. Pure beer is one of
the, most healthful and beneficial of all beverages.
, , In Germany, Holland, Sweden, Denmark and
Austria beer is the national beverage. Nearly all
people of all ages drink it.
4 And all fhe world envies their sturdy strength.
Every doctor knows how beer benefits. If you
need more strength or vitality he will prescribe it.
r And, besides is beneficial qualifies, beer is the
most .elightru) beverage known to mankind. In
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Japanese Editor In Cih-
tody of U.S. Marshall
Present Ai Sessions
Although three days havo been
spent by the island strike delegates
In discussing the strike, no results
hnvo been reached by them. Today
another conference Is being held In
the Jnpaueso school on Nuunnu
No outsiders are permitted to get
in, and even no representatives from
the Mpptt JIJI, according to some
of them, worn admitted to take tiart
Jn the discussion.
Wnknmoto, one of the members of
the Higher Wngo Association, said
this morning that the delegates will
probabzly get through with thcr
work tonight. In that event they
will leave for their Island homes to
morrow. Up on Nuuanu street, the gate
leading Into tho Japnncse school
yard, where the delegates are meet
ing. Is shut nnd locked. This Is dono
In order to keep out nny and nil
Tho delegates do not want their
discussion known by otunlders.
They are particularly anxious that
the ncwspnpci men do not como
there nnd take down tho statements
that they may make at tho confer
The delegates claim, according to
their friends, Hint It Is not wise to
let tho public know what they are
talking about during the delibera
tion of strike. The resolution,
which, It Is sHld, has been drawn. Is
being' considered section by section
by tho delcgutcs. After It. Is enre
fully discussed and' adopted at the
meeting, then It will bo given out
A ratification meeting, It Is said,
will be called to hear the delegates
and tho officials of the' Higher Wage
AKsoclatlon mnko statements before
According to those who nro living
near tho Jnpancso school on Nuunnu
street, It Is said that Editor Yol.o
kawa of tho Japanese Maul News,
was prcscjil at the opening of the
delegates' conference last Saturday
afternoon. He was In custory of
Marshal Hendry. Whether tho story
Is correct or not cannot bo verified
as tho marshal could not bo seen.
Walalua took another Jump on th
Stock lixchnngo this morning, selllu;
at 104.50 on the Hoard. This rcpre
sents a four dollar .advanco per share
fro Saturday's sales, Tho prediction
Is that tho stock will go yet higher nt
tho crop Is coming off In splendid con
Oahu sold at 31.12, Rwn nt 30 and
Hawaiian Sugar nt 48, Tho market It
still strong nnd tho advanco has not
'Pnr 81." o.lrd. at Bull.tln.
j per cent.
Has the largest
cause the Soda ,
Water is superior j
to any in Hono- j.'
lulu. Have you -';
iound as pure
and as good any
where? Benson, Smith
& Co., Ltd. .
Hotel and Fort Rlrceti.
Best Typewriter d
OAT & M0SSMAN,
Territorial Board of
Office 403 Staneewald Bldfj.
F. L. 1AM0BEAUX, -f'i
PIANO AND PIPE OROAN iU
TUNING AND REPAIBINO. r
Bergstrom Music Co., Ltd.
TIME IS MONEY in
1 the kitchen. No
fuel cooks so well as
GAS, nor so quickly,
and the cost of the
meal preparation is
less than when any
other fuel is used,
Experience of those
who burn GAS proves
ALEXANDER Y0UNO BUM,
Bishop Street, i '
signs in HlMy 1
no ana, iiiiH' ?;
an Fibre. Poet
HAWAII & SOUTH SEAS CURIO C4
(Under Electric Sign. Bishop Street)' '?
Miss Kate Woodirff
1141 Fort Street.
Rt.mnfni T?mtiAM.iH J 4.
tions. Shirtwaists, Glora amd TT. .
derwear. Orders taken for all kiii '-'
of fancy work. Telephone 887; ' ' ' ;