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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, August 26, 1909, 3:30 EDITION, Page 6, Image 6',
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Dr. D. K. I'enitmiB of qhlcaRii, w lio lias utinoiincpd that lip will llu
tributo hln last million dollars iimon g educational and philanthropic Insti
tutions In Chicago befout his next bl rthdny, will bo ninety )eais of age
on April 14. nil) Ho will lel.iln enough or IiIh routine 'in support 1) Hi)
until lio illos. JV. Vo.iiwiiih hns nlwulv rlvni $1 ono noo in tin. suiullei
nilloiiUH nf llie'.ctiuiiliy Hnniti of t hu gifts lmo been iiudo under pledgo
of thu colleges that thu fact Iip li.nl b luu nioiie) to them wan not to bu
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STABBED TO DEATH.
Bow Kim. San Franciico Girl. Bru
tally Murdered in New York
Six American Women Found in
New York, August 15. Chinatown
was excited today ocr tho discovery
of tho murder of tho most beautiful of
tho few Chlncto women In Now York,
flow Kim, 21 jenrs old, who canio hero
fiom San Kranclato a fuw years ago
with nn Americanized Chinese, Chin
l.cn, 31 years old.
Just as tho tiHiinl Saturday night
roclry was quieting down. Chin l.cn
dashed out of u'tenemont house at 17
Mntt street, crjlng "My woman has
been inindorod." Tho sticet, filled
with loltcilng Chlneso ami parties of
American sightseers, nil of whmn
quickly recalled tho sensational mur
der of EIslo Slgol, was thrown Into ox
cltemcnt. ' A w'leoniiin and a deter
the hurried Into tho hoiiso under
l.en's direction. In n bedroom thu
murdered woman lay on tho floor,
stabbed In half a dozen places. Her
blender neck was rinsed with bloody
marks. Indicating n struggle with her
assailant and besldo her lay a blood
oiiiHted hunting knife.
It wns evident that thu woman had
been deal for two or thieo hours. On
the stairs "were found traces of blood,
and also on a door lenllng to tho store
of Yuen Chin & Co. nn tho ground
floor. Threo Chinese were attested,
although they denied any Knowledge
of tho murder. Six Amotion wnmi
who declared themselves to be tho
whes of Chlneso wero found In tho
hoiiso and attested, but nunc would
admit any knnw!e.lK of How Kim's
l.en's account of lilimeir w.is lint
leturnlnK at 2 o'clock In the tnoitUn?
1m found the body on the floor No
formal charge has been prefers I
iiR'llnst I. (-11, but he h held In $V)ilil
hill iih .i "nnleilil wllneps,"
BULLETIN ADS PAY -pg
TO GOVERNOR FREAK.
Declares That Proper Methods Will
Practically Free Territory From
Disease Much Has Been Ac
complished. President MottSmtth of tho Hoard
of Health has completed his report to
Oovcrnor Krcar and ho deals nt length
with n number of the questions that
have arisen since ho became the chief
cxecutlvo officer of tho Territorial
Health Department. In tho courso of
tho Introduction to his format report
on health conditions In Hawaii, Presi
dent Mott-Smlth says:
"Periods hae occurred since 1SG5
when political, commercial and other
Influences hnvo appealed to sway tho
work of tho Hoard. As u rule, how
ever, such Inlltiencoi hnio been Rood.
A great deal of good ha been done.
In short, tho wisdom of the Hoard's
course has been directed not by Hr
own know ledge onl), but by tho many
Influences, good mid bid, biought up
on niirl ngatnst It, and the exorcise of
good judgment upon such Influences.
Undoubtedly In Hits fashion, though
slow, Iho best laws hnvo been tnado
and tho best and most enduring pol
icies laid, liiurh as the method may
bo regarded contemporaneously, or
ocn subsequently, as temporizing or
"Within lis limited principality Ha
waii early create.! n means not only
of ridding Itself of conlttRlous diseases,
slcknoss of all kinds, and Insanitary
conditions, but of protecting Itself
against outsdlo contamination. Slnco
annexation and tho establishment of
tho U. B. Public Health and Marine
Hospital Scrvlcu In the Islands, Ha
waii has been relieved nf tho latter re
sponsibility nnd even greater security
has been afforded thereby. In addi
tion to this, and as a matter of fur
ther assurance, the Federal gmoin
ment hna been maklm gratifying
I rogiess In tho Illustration and treat
ment of leprosy In Hawaii.
"The cliwf iifthls period marks an
other cprfi h In the administration of
health unlit-fa ill Hawaii, In that a
ilunl iciipoiiilllii;!!)- with u-gard to tho
caio of thc'hdlgcnl sick, tho preten
tion of couHr'oih diseases and of mil-t-imccs,
and th,o innlnti-nineo of snnl
tary conditions hns been created by
Hip I.egUI-lturc of 1009 between tho
Territorial 'go eminent an I the mu
nicipal KiibdlvUiotiK theicof. This
among other' changes his betti ac
complithcd puitly by dliecl lelslatho
action, and tuitly by ileflnlllon of leg
Ifl.ithe policies which It is expected
will be carried out by tho administra
tive and county officers before tho
next session of tho Legislature. In
the meantime, and without direct leg
islation on each subject. It Is expected
that tho municipal subdivisions will
assume their share of tho health bur
den, particularly In regard to matters
of purely local Importance, such as
local sanitation, caro of their own
Kick, and maintenance of local sani
tary conditions, leaving to tho Terri
tory thoso subjects affecting tho Ter
ritory at largo, which would naturally
fall within tho province of a state or
territorial board of health. Hy direct
legislation tho last Legislature gave to
the counties tho support and mainten
ance of hospitals, tho Inspection of
meat. Ash, cattle, milk, dairies, build
ings and house sowers, morgues, cem
eteries, interment of Indigent dead,
caro of indigent sick, abatement of
nuisances and many of other duties
In regard to health and sanitation."
THREE DOZEN MULES
Tho thlity-slx happiest mules on
tho globe wero thoso which wero
jpstcrdny taken off the Lurlino.
Four horsemen had tho time of their
litcs keeping them together nnd
preventing thorn from spreading over
the entile Island and thoy all took
prt shots with their hind batteries
nt anything within a respectable
livery time a dust hole more thnn
thieo Inches In diameter appearod In
the dlstnnce twenty mules lit out
for It, the winner turned a somer
sault Into It and the rest piled up
on top. They were consigned to
the Sclutman Carriage Company,
mid took In t'tei) thing green on the
wy to Iho iiirinls having n most
Pel sons of light complexion fill tho
i rlsoiiB nnd nsyltims of tho United
Ftntes nrcoidlng to figures compiled
hv Dr. (', i:. Woodruff, nn nrmy sur
geon, lln holds Ihnl I hero Is loo much
sunshine for blondes In Ameilca,
1910 FLORAL PARADE
SECRETARY WOOD REPORTS
ON PROMOTION WORK.
Sending Out Folders to Mainland
McCandless Reports From Se
attle Pineapple Man From
Florida Wants to Know.
Wo hao Just concluded mailing
copies of our foldlis to all of tho par
tics throughout tho Old World to
whom we purposo sending copies nf
the 1910 Floral Parodo Postor, says
Secretary Wood In his roport to tho
Promotion Committee A letter f.otn
Mr. Harry Mist, dated August 2nd, ac
knowledges receipt of package of
feigned letters and addressed cnveloncH
which wo forwarded to him to lio sunt I
out with Iho nislllng tubes containing .
posters when hn Is fully ready, v h'ch
ho expects to bo by the end of this I
Mr. Mist writes, "I am doing all tho
drawing on the lithographic stones at
the publishing hoiiso nijself and thero
are fix stones to make. It takes me
fiom one to two days to flnteh n stoii". '
As soon us n proof has been made of .
the iostor will begin lit onto on Iho
post cards nnd stickers."
Wo nro now preparing for mailing
copies of our latest folders to the
eight hundred odd addresses through
out tho United States and Canada to
which copies of the Floral I'arndo
postor will bo sent by our agent nt
San Krnncltco Mr. Scott, iimn receipt
of tho samo from Mr. Mist. 8peclnl
letters In nddrcsned and stamped en
velopes were forwarded to Mr. Scott
by tho Manchuria to bo sent out by
him when ho malls thu Histeis. I be
lieve we havo nrranged for Bomo very
effective advertising along these lines,
advertising that should secuto catly
and good results.
Mr. J. A. McCandless, who lias al
ways taken a keen Interest In prumo-
I Hon work, writes under dntu of Aug
ust 12th, from Kllensburg, Washing
ton, that he had visited tho Hnwali
building a number of times nnd said
It gavo him pleasure to stnto that Mr.
Chllds, Mr. Cooper and the young
ladles weie doing splendid work for
A prominent grower of pineapples
in Florida writes that "Tho pineapplo
business In Florida being In danger
of becoming abandoned, I want to
know something of Hawaii as a pos
flblo future tesldence and what the
chances arc of continuing pineapple
growing theiv asking fin ail ill una
Hon n tillable."
From n friend traveling In Switzer
land, who subscribes herself n mem
ber of tho Hawaii Promotion Commit
tee, wo aro In receipt of a largo num
ber of addresses of prominent people
throughout Europe who are likely to
come this way and to whom we nro
asked to tend our printed matter.
I nm pleased to bo nblo to report
that our folders may now be hnd at
Drentnnosm, Fifth Avenue and 27th
btroct, Now York, also at their Wash
ington, D. C. hoiuo nnd tholr Uuro
pean establishments us well.
THE 88 NOTE PLAYER
huvo come. Thayer Plnno Co. nro to
day unboxing some "Ceclllan" lusldu
Piano players which play the full 7 1-.1
octavo scale. Heretofore only C5 notes
wero used hy piano players. The
Stclnway Orand piano for Oahii Col
lego has nrrived.
A mild ripplo of excitement was
caused by tha announcement yester
day, that Henry N. Almy, U. S. Ship
ping Commissioner, and Mrs. Elslo C.
llalley. of the firm of Hallcy & Law-
son, theatrical proprietors, hnd been
Joined togothcr In holy matrimony at
noon, because thoy had takon but vory
few friends Into their confidence. Con
grntiilations came pouring In ns soon
jns tho nows got nbout, from thelt
friends, of whom they havo many, tho
winsomo brldo especially having n
Mngularly happy knnck of gaining tho
good will of all with whom sho comes
Tho nowly-marrlcd couple havo
dropped business cares for n ' fow
da s, and hute gone down to Halelwa,
Tho plan for the organization of a
Hegro antituberculosis league, pro
posed by the United States public
health and marine hospital service
has met with a piompt response, Flvo
8tnto organizations havo been formed
jnud Iho movement has received tho In
dorsement of tho confctcnco of Stato
nnd Territorial Hoards of Health.
Solsette, Silkette, Galateas
All the Popular Shales
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
"The Very Best in Everything" is the tccrct of our suc
cess. This, together with the "know how" fn the manu
facturing of Soda, has placed our products in a class by
themselves. Wc deliver 1o all parts of the city.
SEAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Auc;. 24. 1909,
from 10:30 a. m. to 4:30 p, m.
Hank of Hawaii, i,id. to ai.i. i.
Clark ct al Ilcl
Helen L. Isenbeig to II. Hack-
feld & Co., Ltd PA
Altec It. Ilcapy and tub; to J. 11.
Atherton Kstntc, Ltd I)
A no K. Paukealanl to John T.
Hakcr, Jr Ttcl. Dower
lllshop & Co. to P.i n g Chong. . .Itcl
C. O. Potter to von Ilnmm-Youiig
C. Ltd CM
Lclnloha Carroll to William O.
Smith, Tr TrD
llnwn. Land & Imprvmt Co. Ltd.
to l)d. of Hawn Kvangellcul
lid. of Hawn Evangelical Associa- .
tlon to William C. Achl Tr..lCxD
Western & llnwn, Invsttnt Co. Ltd.
to William C. Achl Tr
Par. Kel. nnd Addn Secy
Henry van Glcson and wf. to
Carl Ontnl et nl U
Carl Ontal et al to J. Alfred Ma
Walter E. Wall ct al to Territory
of Hawaii 13
Hank of Hawaii Ltd. to Edward
W. Thwlng D
Blank books of all sorts, Icdgor's,
tic, manufactured by the Bulletin
C. H. BEliN
Car No. 184 can now
be found at
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don't experiment on autos; we repair
Von liamm- Young
ALEXANDER Y0UNO BUILDING.
Miss Kate Woodard
1141 Fort Street.
Stamuincr. EmhrnhVrc anil Vii.
tions. Shirtwflfatu- fllnvr. ami ir.
derwear. Orders taken tor all kinds
of fancy work. Telephone 387,
Water Works Co., Ltd.
JOHN SCHLEIFF, Manager.
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Turkevs & Chickens
JUST IN, EX LURLINE.
On Display at our Garage
FRANKLIN "D" TOURING CAR.
AGENTS FOR THE KISSEL KAB
INDEPENDENT. AUTO STAND
King and Bishop Sts,
ALL THE FITTINGS FOR
The W.W.WRIGHT C0.,Ltd.
' King near South.
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At AU Watchdealers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
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