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nVKNINfl IIUI.I.KTIN, HONOLULU, T. II., THUilSDAY,,8BPT. S, 1909.
Use RED SEAL CARBON--It is the Best
SOLD ONLY .BY THE OFFICE SUPPLY CO., LTD.'
Let us show you 250
kinds of iron beds at
specially reduced prices
during the next few days
J. Hopp & Co.,
King Street, near Alakea
The Pond Dairy,
Rich and Nourishing. Only light
ly compressed. Safe no rubbish to
choke your cow or kill it of pericar
ditis, flood as Bran, but $10.00
Price $25.00 a ton at your deal
l'or the first lime last night, the rays
of tliu now Mnlokai light swept across
tho sea nt u radius of 21 mllax. In
Kpfction of flic lamp was completed
yesterday by Expert I.amplst .Martin
Heger, nml It v.as iinmoimceil In com
l.leto ami perfect ronilltlon. Tho no
tlci) to iiuriuers a Kent out on Sep
tember 1, so that thoso nt set weie
(in the lookout for tho new light It I
one of the most powerful of Its kind
Tho .Mnkapuu IlKlit will pioh.ihly
(.hlno between September 23 nnd Oct
ober 1. Mr. Heger has now complet
ed his inspection of the stations, an'l
will spend the rest of Ms time going
(Her the harbor H:;hts. The Diamond
IIc.nl light will he In lendlnoss for op
ctatlon within u short time. The de
lay In tho nt rival of material and
equipment has held tip all of tho stations.
The following have been drawn to
tcrvo ns additional trial jurors during
the Jamnry term of tho Circuit Cotut:
t'has. J Hoke, liertrntn 1'. llcllhron,
.Mftnd C. Sllvn. Ho Fon, Thomas 1.
O'llrlca, Eugene K. Allen, William
Chun Hoon Jr., Walter Stnrblrd, Km
est A. II. Itoss, John Wnterhouso, Wil
liam J. Kwal Pong, Kdward II. Filel,
Ilobett Clark. Edward C Holstoln,
Jnmes U McRulm, Ilcniard K. Heard
mote, Edward It, Woodward, Oeorgo
Derkley Jonathan Shaw, Albert I.ud-loff.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250.
r iilM-n FWonal Room Phon 185
(Continued from Paca U
' As soon ns the Queen entered tho
mini, ncronipnuled by Prince nnd
Princess Knlnnlnnaole, nnd Governor
Cleghorn, N'nhenna, a retainer of the.
Queen, broke forth with her royal I
chanting of the ancient days. Those
who understood tho language were
greatly affected, but the distinguished '
guests of tho Congressional party and
the. mallhliils. generally, stood nnd
gazed at each other In wonder. The
llloll was kept up until the reception
was over nt I o'clock.
Among tho kahili bearers wcro
Henr. Ilodgers, Joo Knlolu, John -Mann
nnd 11. N. Knhalepuna of the po
lice ilepaitmciit. They are nil accus
tomed to the roynl etiquette. Ilcsldcs
tho kahilis, they wore ahuulas around
In the Ilwn room was plaeol nt the
I'l.'poial of thu guests, a i i-rii-ai HI
v-hlch their names were redtded. Ac
eotilltiR to one of the re'.ilneiu of Iho
Queen, the number of g'teis v ho
called to pay their resp.Tls t'i tho
(Juceii to.l.iy, exceeded thine of (ire
loils jears. Some of the guests lind
not reglsl'ircl when the reception w.ie
pan ut 1 o'el'.ck.
Hlnlloned in r bullilliiR in tho Wul
klkl hldu of Washington I'lace was
the llannl'iiu band, under thn leadei
ship of C.vtJM Merger. Dining tlis "
reception iiwiy songs, c niiimsi'il by
tho Queen wen played. 0,'6 of tho'
sours pHyi I -lih "Aloha !," proh-!
ably tho moii pipul'tr Hauull.iil mug
written by Ik" Majesty. ,
Aside from the Congre.M'oii.il jnrtv
nnd thu m.illhlos, incmljc-i of thn !lu
wnll'in societies called on tho (Juec-i.
As they entered tho room tho Queen
arose and shook bands with nloha, with
them. Many sIriib of affection wcro
evident. Thn nRcd Hnwnllans shed
tears as they nppronched ami shook
bands with their nil!.
Notwithstanding this, tho Queen
stood tho strain of thu moment. Hut
when (ho nged Hawaiian women
Rroupeir themselves under the tree and
commenced to "call name" (hca-lnon).
Her Mnjesty, who evidently remem-
l.ercd tho custom, ns practiced during
the monarchy, acknowledged and
bowed most reverently. Most of tho
Hawaiian present wcro likewise af
fected by the "aloha" which they havo
for their Queen.
This afternoon nt 2 o'clock the
Queen Is rIvIiir n luau to her Intimate
friends nt her WulkIM home. This Is
Last nlRht Washington I'lace was
Illuminated with electric light. Thu
leccptlon room was brilliantly lighted
up for thu occasion. Her Majesty and
ii number of her tctnlners were sere-
' ' 1 iM!
muled by a quintet club which came
over from Ewa. The musical progrum
wiib kept up until after 10 o'clock.
Among those who paid their re
tpects to the Queen today were ns fol
lows: Hon. Chas. V. Scott nnd wife,
Hon. J. M. Miller, Hon. II. Olln Young
and wife, Hon. W, It. Kills, Hon. Jns.
McUichlan nnd daiiRhter, Hon. .A, 1
Dawson nnd wife, Hon. deo. W". Prince,
wife and sons. Hon. Jns. W. Good nnd
wife, Hon. Win, A. Ilecder nnd wife,
Hon. U P. PndRett nnd wife. Hon. A.
I. llarchfeld, wife nnd daughter, Hon.
II. C. Wooilynrd nnd wife, Hon. U. (1.
Humphreys, Hon. W. Aubrey Thomas,
Hon. V, A. Hodcnbcrg, Hon. ltlclmid
Ilnrtboldt. Hon. A. J. Wntklns, Hon.
(loo. W. Tnylor, Hon. Uolltto Elvlns
nnd wife, Hon. 1'.. S. Candler, Jr., Hon
W. C. HotiBtun. B. S. Thrall, Esq., Mr.
Edward E. Miller and wife, Geo. 1).
McClollan, Esq., 1 M. Hatch.
Governor Prear and Mrs. Frcnr,
Secretnry Mott-Sinllh, Mrs. I-'rcar, Jr.,
Jtnlgo nnd Mrs. S. M. DnKtui. Judge
Humphreys, Outturn! Davli, U. 8. A
.Mr. nnd Mrs. Cms. E. K'np, Mrs. W.
W, Thayer, Mrs. A. V. Thayer, Miss
Ayau, Mrs. Ah Chuck, Mrs. Thurston,
Dr. Pinto. Mrs. Geo V. K'uUhlcs, Mr.
llowcn, Hey. Simpson, C. W. Ashfor.l,
Mr. anil Mrs. K. M. Watson Mrs. A.
P. Tnylor, Mrs C. Holt, Mix. PUrwill,
U. 3. District Attorney Ilreckom mil
Miss nieckoiiB, General Siuir Georgn
C. Ilcckley, II. C. Ilerttemiiiiu, .IiiiIro
C. A. Long nnd Misses Ilcrltemnn, Mrs.
Klllklnn, Dr. and Mrs. Hell, Jos. Act
rod several others.
CONVICTED MAN I
Maddened by the Imposition of a
sentence of twenty months In tho
penitentiary on a conviction of as
sault with a deadly weapon, Tong
Kit attacked C. H. Young, the Kor
ean o nicer, In the linlt, of tho Judi
ciary building this morning, and
wns only oubdued nfter Detcctlvo
Harry Lake nnd Officer Mndcrtos had
rushed to tho assistance of Young.
The Jury In tho enso was out flvo
minutes when a verdict of guilty v
was reached. As soon ns the jury
filed into tho court room tho pris
oner showed signs of uneasiness, and
nfter sentence was pronounced ho
began to voice Ills protest loudly In
his native tongue.
The man was Immediately taken
out Into the hallway, nnd it was
then Hint ho nttacked Police Officer
Young, Ho rush oil nt Young nnd
attempted to grasp him by tho
throat, but the presence of Detcctlvo
Lnko nnd Madcrlos prevented tho
convicted Chinese, from cmrylng out
In French and Irish Linen
WILL DE LATE
Another nttnek wns this morning
made ngnlnst the methods ti"cd by in
formers ngnlnst blind pigs who, It
claimed, resort to dubious tricks to
obtain tho reward of (20 that goes
with nil convict loin,
It wns tho case of the cm.nty ngnfnst
n Japanero wnuun, Y. Mill, In which
the defending attorney, Charles Chit
llngwortb, nttacke.l I'uUusblma, the
Informer wljoso cldence served to
djfc this case on.
'Kukuslilnin, It ls,cbnrgel ny Cl.ll-
llngwortb, qfte railing to, got the v;j
man, to tell htm liquor but who hn.t
obtained t bottle of, If from her on an
order, ha1 mnuaged to gut tho neces
sary marked coin In her iiosscsvlmi
by buying sausages, nbalonos etc.,
frqni her and then charged thai she
had taken the money for the ltnu ir.
Mlti keeps tho store for ons of tho
I plantations nnd tho liquor, etc sold to
tho laborers Is paid for by deduction)
fiom their pay. Tho prosecution
charged her with nttcmptlng to niakij
u little on tho side.
The enso of tho ilefcnso raise 1 n
reasonable doubt nnd Jtnlgo Aiidiade
declared the defendant not Riilty
Superintendent of Public Instruction.
Dabhltt fears that there Is going to bo
u sliortago or teachers wnen ino new
tchool term opens. Mr. Dnbbltt stntcd
this morning that ho thought that u
number of tho members of tho Terri
tory teaching force" hud neglected t
book their passage back to the Islands
"Tho steamers coming to Honolulu
from tho mainland wilt all be full to
their utmost capacity," said Superin
tendent Dabbltt," and unless the teach
ers havo booked In advance .they will
undoubtedly have to wait over for a
btcamer or two and como later." i
Threo new teachers aro coming from
the mainland. Ono of tho newcomers
will ho Miss Merrill, who will Join tho
tcnchlng force at the Normnl school,
and the other two nre Miss Jessie
Hamilton nnd Miss Julia Leigh.
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
Tllank books of all sorts,
etc., manufactured by the
the pure and wholesome product of barley
fields and hop gardens. Every golden drop
sparkles with life, health and vital force.
The Beer for the Home, .
the Hotel Club and Cafe
THE KING OF ALL BOTTLED BEERS
Bottled Only at the
St. Louts, U. S. A.
H. HACKFELD & CO., ltd., Distributors, HONOLULU
HAKES PLEA FOR KAHULUI.
(Continued from Pise 1)
of the Islnnd. While vessels lie off
In fairly good weather and liandlo
freight without difficulty, It 1b in no
sense n hoibar nnd does not afford
any possibilities for further develop
ment Eighty per cent of the shipping of
tho islnnd in deep-sea bottoms Is
handled nt the port of Kahulul, nnd
It Is the only point on the Island at
which harbor development is prac
ticable II. POUT OV KAHULUI.
This ha.bor Is partially prelected
by a coi nl rtof on tho northeast Bldo
of the bay. Tho Kahulul Itallron.il
Company has, within tho past three
jcais, excavated 300,000 cubic yards
of material and deposited tho samo
on tho reef behind a retaining wall,
forming a subbtuntlnl breakwater
1,800 fcot lung, nt a total cost or
1 1 ",,807. This improvement wns
nindo under tho direction anil with
tho approval of tho Secrctury of
War. Tho nccompanylng ninp shows
In ordinary weather this break
water nITords protection tn thn
smaller vcaselb which nio nblc to
anchor within tho ill edged basin,!
but is of llttlo benefit to tho larger
vessel which' have to anchor farther j
out to sen. When tho wind shifts
to tho north, as Is frequently tho
case, n heavy hen is raised outBldo
tho harbor limits, rendering tho
handling of lighters iilongBldo
teame,rs dlfhV.-ult and precarious,
throwing unusual Btruln on tho
ships' moorings and occasionally
compelling tho suspension of all
work until tho sea subsides. While
it has been many years since any
wicck has occurred in this hnihor,
It tins been largely due to tho fact
that largo steamers anchor outside
in in e of a storm until it abates.
IV. PltOl'OSED IMI'nOVEMENTS.
It Is proposed to construct a wharf
about 300 feet long ut the lower loft
hand corner ef the hnrbor as shown
on the' map, for local truffle. This is
especially designed for tho uso of
Inter-Isluud stenmors nnd small lum
ber vessels, Owing to tho vory high
winds prevailing at Kuhului tho
gi eater pail of the time, It Is not
deemed practicable to dock tho luigu
fielght steamers on Hint side of tho
hnrbor. In the opinion of tho Har
bor Maslr nt KnliululOOf , . , ,
hor .Master at Kahulul and of the
miibteis of these vessels, tho best lo
cation for u large wharf Is on tho!
leu hide of tho biealiwatcr designated
on thu map an the "Proposed Sea
Wall Wharf tor Deep-Sea Vessels,"'
PHiwaw.w. i 1 1 i m
: Fir st Exhibit
1 1 i '
I CORNER FORT AND BERETANIA.
ANEW LINE of Ladies'
and White Washable Skirts.
Prices, $1.25 up to $5.00
See display in window.
Ii. Ahoy, Nuuanu, below Hotel
Come Take A
x Skate With Me
Regal skating shoes are the only economical ones to
use for skating. They are made specially strong on the
soles to stand hard wear and designed especially to fit
skates. Easy fitting shape and handsome in appearance.
Suitable for street wear as well as skating.
Price, $3.50 and $4.00
Shoes repaired while you wait.
Regal Shoe Store
McCandless Bldg. Cor, King and Bethel.
NEW ARRIVALS EX "LURLINE"
PRICES LOWEST IN THE CITY.
Dining chairs in sets, parlor rockers, rope portieres,
lace curtains, bureaus, dining tables, sideboards, etc,
Honolulu Wire Bed Co.,
Showrooms Corner King and Alakea.
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