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r.VKN'INO I1UM,ETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., riUDAY, SEPT. 3, 1909.
SEAL CARBON-It is the Best
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WILSON DRAWN OVER
GETS ITS FIRST
The popular CALIFORNIA CREAMERY BUTTER.
New shipment just received by Alameda.
Henry May & Co.,
Hawaii Man Sees Things
mat lould Be
HEAR STORY OF
n T3oo, THE IEAF HOPPER
vju 'cctir uaigaii to
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
DR. FREDERIC BELL, PH. D.
Is Without a Peer As a Phrenologist and Physiogomht.
The Doctor will tell yon why one ptrson is a failure, while another
succccls. He will aHo point out whether you are lust adapted for law
yer, doctor, preacher, teacher, actor, nurse, musician, commerce, the
army, navy, etc. He will also tell you the studies which will most
enhance your hoys' and girls' success in the truest and best sensc
without the possibility of a mistake throjgh the exact science of Phre
nology and Physiognomy.
Complete Chart Terns Moderate.
TREE LECTURE: Sunday afttrncon, at 3 o'clock, Hawaiian Ho
tel lanai. Subject: "Where Are Httvcn nnd Hell Located?"
Classes nov forming in the occult and new thought. For full par
ticulars call on Dr. and Mrs. Bell at the Royal Hawaiian Hotel, Suito
40, 42 and 44. Hours 10 to 5 and 7to 0. Sundays only by appoint
ment; also by phoas 715 any day.
COALS BY QUINN
Road Supervisor Gets
His At Board
Agricultural Froblcm3 and Possibili
ties of Hawaii Are Shown to
the Visiting Lawmakers by Ex-
Tho Federal Ixporlmont Station
unit tlic cbjocthe l)lnt for n number
of tlu ConpieHsmen yestcrdny, nil who
mnilp tlie (rip romliiK from agricultural
States and vitally Interested In tho
class of work tlmt the Federal experi
ment utntlonB'Uru doing for tho Ter
ritory of Hawaii. Among those In tho
party were Hupieiicntativcs Scott,
Candler, I'ailiwtt, Walklim, Humphreys
Mid Tayloi. After vIsltlUK tho Federal
station Hint party went to tho experi
ment station or the Hawaiian Sugar
Planters' Association and then to tho
Iluicau of Agrlculturo and Forestry.
At tho Federal experiment station
tho visitors weie conducted nhotit tho
grounds hy Mr.Hlgglns and given n
good opportunity of seeing the hand
icaps of Inadequate accommodations
under which tho Federal expeilmcnt
station now pursues Its voik. Tho
cotton glowing experiments were of
much Interest to the Congressmen
coming from tho Southern States and
they were nil enthusiastic ocr tho
posflbllltles for Hawaii In tho new In
At the Hnwallan Sugar Planters' As
boclatlon stntlon tho members of tho
party wcro Introduced to tho director.
1 Mr. Kcknrt by Mr. Swanzy, and tho
, Congressmen were particularly Inter
REPORT THAT COMMISSI
HAS OVERRUN APPROPRIATION
Mr. Cappelas Talks of Matters at
Seattle Mo One to bliow Vis
itors About Place Plenty of
(Special to the u 1 1 o 1 1 n .)
1111.0. Aug. 30. That thcie la
much room for Improvement In tho
Hawaii exhibit at the Alaska-Yukon
Exposition In Scuttle Is the opinion
of K. S. Capcllas, the school teacher,
who, with his wife, returned from
n two months' trip to the const,
threo weeks of which wcro spent nt
"I spent three weeks In Scnttlc,
during which I went to tho exposi
tion almost every day," said Capcl
las yesterday, nftcr coming nshoro
from tho Enterprise. "And as I was
much Interested In the Hnwatl ex
hibit I spent a great part of my
time there and devoted myfcelt to
observing the manner In which
things' were going on. Tho Hnwa
llan exhibit Is an excellent one
nil right, ami It Is especially Im
pressive to people who have never
been to Hawaii, but to nnyone who
knows conditions In the Islands It
Is evident Hint much opportunity has
been wasted, and that Hawaii could
have made a far better Bhawlng.
uTbe gientcl objection I have to
inn ke lies In th: fact that thcro Is
not sufficient attention paid to those
who visit the exhibit. In tho other
I buildings theic are ninny attendants
'who tiiko gieut pains to show tho
I visitors Just what they want to sco
and to explain things to them. In
the Hawaii building no attention is
paid to the visltnis. They come In,
and In great numbers, too, and nro
given their pineapples, but no or.u
tries to explain the exhibits to them
or to rhow them mound, nt least
LIojU Cblliis seems to be the only
one who Is i cnlly doing nnythlng In
that line, 'and ho h.is so much to
attend to tlmt ho cannot nearly han
dle the situation alone. There decs
not seem to bo tho best of co-operation,
nt least, so It Impressed mo, be
tween Chillis nnd Commissioner
Knudecn, nnd the Interests of tho
Islands are suffering ns a conso-
quer.ee. Tho girls who nro sorvlng
the pineapples nro nttuictlng quite
a bit of attention, but they seem to
think that all thoy hnvc to do Is to
QUINN ALMOST HINTS
AT GRAFT AND WORSE
Royal Hawaiian Cp&ra House
MONDAY, SEPT. C. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 8.
ME. W. D. ADAMS PRESENTS
Withers Concert Co.
HER3ERT WITHERS. Cello.
MME. EL2Y, Pianist. CHARLES BENNETT, Earitone.
An unusual program.
Orchestra, $1.50: Dress Circle. $1.00: 1st row upstairs,
$1.C0; back dt 1st rov;, ?5c; balcony, SOc.
Scats on sale at Ecrcstroia liuoic Store.
ctli'il In tho account of tho oxpsrlmcnts
Hint led to the practical annihilation kervo the fruit, and I saw thoni net
of the lenMioppor. which nt one tlmo B vcry Bnuclly on several occafclons
inrraiencu io uesiroy mo sugar iu- when thoy were naked questions,
dustry of tho Islands, "Furthermoic. tho Hawaiian ex
I Dr. Lyons' nccount of the causes for htblts me not dl.played to tho eamo
,tho gradual dying out of tho foiests .advantage as nro tho exhibits In tho
on Mini proved Interesting to Itciire-. other buildings. For Instante. this
, M!iiiuiivcH nrau nnu. iiumpiireys, was the cnte with the school oxhtl-
, whoso oLIclal dutleB imiko anything its. In which I nm especially Inter-
relating to Innd nnd agriculture of par- .esle.l, as thoy wcro right In my lino,
uciuar imcresi. ur. Lyons explained At first thefo woro parked In boxes
,tlmt tho dead forests on Maul wns duo wheio they weio hard to get ut, hut
to hydrogen sulphldo In tho soil. Ho 'when Superintendent of 1'nbllc In
stated that the on'.y possibility of rcitiuctlon Hnbhltt arrived ho pinda
plnclng tho forests teemed to ho In things hum, and now these exhibits,
me lniiuuiiciion oi irees irom Java or at lenit, aio being well displayed
fcOUIh America. "I f(mni1 liv rnmmirlnr- nnp unlinnl
I Tho visit to tho experiment stations exhlbltii with thoso from other statoi
yesterday gave th members of tho and tenltorlcs that the schools of
CcnsrOR3lonul party a good Idea of tho Hawaii undo a good' showing. It
agricultural pioblems nnd possibilities appears that In age our grades aver
o Hawaii. limn nlmiit Iwn vnnrH nlinvn lhin nn
It ha mainland: that Is, for Instance,
tho children In the third gindo on
The Pond Dairy,
DR. BELL'S LECTURE:
I PUBLIC INVITED, tho malnlnnd nver.igo eleven years
'of ago, whllo In Hawaii they nvor-
Dr. I'mloilck Hell. I'll. I)., will nge thliteen, but. taking tho work
deliver n fiee lecture Sunday after- S,u r0,. grade, tho work of our
noon at .1 o'clock on the lannl or tho -cmla Is ns good, It not superior."
Itoyal Ilawiillnn lintel, and It Is In eouneittun wth Mr. Capolliu'
sufo to my, In view of the topic to icniarks It might ho stated that an
uo uisruitpu mid inn doctors well- InteieUIng question ,la likely to le-
niid suit in the niattor of the lluwnll cud
Rich and Nourishing. Only lisht
Iv compressed. Safe no rubbish to known ability uh an ointor
choke your cow or kill it of pericar- teacher that a Lugo iimllciiea will or Dm. r.iii- nnnnr-x. u i i,..,inrtnn,i
ditis. Good as Bran, but $10.00 bo on hand to hear tho enteitaln- on good authority that tho oppiopil-
cheaper. ,lng and Instructive lecture. lathm for tho Hawaii exhibit has
Price $25,00 a ton at your deal- Tll ""''Jed fr ."' lecture will been exceeded hy Miiiielhlng llko ten
cr s or
bo "Wheie Alo Heaven and Hell Lo- Ihnusaml lolars, and the Controls
,catod?" This should iirove pirtlcu- rloneis nro likely to hnvo n tangled
. . - - ,r,j inieiesung. i u0 doctor, who timet when thoy icturu nnd have to
Owing to tho strlks tho Swedish j Mis, Kvnllne Hall, SI, was mnr- has labuied In the ministry, lias had ninko an accounting,
organizing rntnnillti'o at StacMiulm ilort to Itobeit Wright, Clv'fll l'ltts- an opportunity for extenslvo oxporl-l g '.
dcrldctl to po-itponn until 1910 the j lung, The, woman has u son C2 cimo vlth tho theological expltinn-' Pnr,'ostl(inn havo been iccolved by
llitornatlnnnl pence lougress, whkh I yearo old, uniokea n jilpo and expects t,("ls "f "10 l'ic'illoiis and Inln'ilt- Dm Promotion Cuiimlttco fi-om H, W.
was to havo been held this summer, t to llvo to bo 100. an,s of ll'c"o Interesting e.nmtilej. t-'clmildt 111 tegnrd to Ibu nroposril
.ua own .Aiuuiiimon win no in n--- Tfiitiius bote. Sehml it thinks Dm
I.leut. Townsenil Wholeu, Twenty
ninth United States Infantry, won
Secretin y Niigel nt
tins found that the census
Wmhlnrton c0l",la,"' wlth l,'o ',,:ia ' 'he new building phiiuhl
.isiiiiiBion (ll01gnt ,,,, t fuvnl.l.ol
IIS lOSt Will Tl ...I ,,..., lll'lll'IMll
Id he of fo'.ly liioms, half
il A mountain miii'ilnr-
the 1.000 yard match for tile Ohlu . nut reach the first rstlmutn. 1,1.1s for ...""". "'" '"""'. ."' uu",r" '"", ' aiullier , ugg-sllni from
Stu.o !. Association nt Camp I'or- punching nnd tabulating being le.s "f i ',", o his unnom eeniat T fTZ ? W i T n"""3 "'"
,v him scorn wis !)!) (hnn uumnxnci iticntii 10 lis unnoiiiiceeiimt up- I'.iclllo Heights would bo tho pioper
ly. Hlsscoio was JJ. man neio expected. 'peailng clbowhero In tliln city, lelte for tho hotel.
Words Used That Intimate That Wil
son Is Incompetent or That
Something; Is Wrong Some
where. Tho members of tho Hoard of Super
visors Inst night roso In tevolt against
tho methods of Road Supervisor .lohti
Wilson, and tho unexpected outbreak
astonished n great many people, nnd
r.ono more than Aylett, who Immedi
ately espoused tho catiso of Wilson
Ajlctt was nt his best last night,
and not only did ho inako exqulBlto
rpeeches on tho road digging ordi
nance but gave tho Hoard valuable
pointers on tho way to conduct busi
ness affairs. Tho Hoard appreciated
His principal stunt was disagreeing
with the Hoad Committee on nil things
nnd such was tho slzo of his pcovo that
l.o took every opportunity to brenlc
with' his fellow members. Cox nnd
Alila being absent, Qulun, Kano and
Logan boro tho brunt of hln fury.
Tho Hoad Committee inado a lengthy
rciiort on a communication received
fiom Hoad Supervisor Wilson, nnd not
only condemned his, methods but Sup
ervisor Qulnn mado n heavy oral at
tack upon him during tho meeting. Ay
lett was his only champion and his
chnmplonehlp got him Into hot-water
with tho other members.
Wilson had addressed tho Road Com
mittee iuklng fur mora funds nnd an
examination of his allowance out of
the appropriation fund of 114,000 til
.oned him for work up to January 1,
showed tlmt ho wns requesting aif
overdiuft of $1740.70. Tho committee,
with tho exception of Aylett, camo
down on that request with both feet.
Wilson asked for the oveidraft on
ho grounds that December would be u
'vet month and little work could bo
liouo but tho commlttco refused to
take chances or mnko a lottery out of
tho weather and decided that If tho
weather was wet, tho full allowance
would bo needed to repair bridges and
tho dntuago to roads,
lleforo tho Bonnl, Aylett mado a
long speech in favor of giving Wilson
nil ho nsked for and brought forth
btiemious nnd pointed opposition from
l-ognn and Qulnn,
I.ogan guvs a strong onswer to his
fo.low committeeman, saying In part
that "If every oltlclal and employco Is
allowed to go urotird and run tho conn'
ty into debt wo will toon be In the
tnmo fix ns tho Kauai Supervisors,
vho oted away tho whole clean-up in
a slnglo night."
"Wo must not get Into debt," was
taken up by Qnlnn and beenmo tho
ilogan under which Aylett mid his pro.
tcgo Wilson wcro routed.
Qulnn taking tho floor, Wilson was
thoroughly drnwn oer tho coa's hy
him, that It will bo a long time heforo
fco asks for another overdraft, Qulnn
pointed to tho $U00 otrd out of tho
fund for n special appropriation for
loads In Kallhl valley and to the u.uno
amount for tho roadB mound Diamond
Head, for whoso Improvement Major
Crco has repeatedly asked.
"uui ot mis bum," said tjuinn, "a
few hundred dollars was used on each
load, and tho rest, whero did it go?"
Ho snapped his lingers. "Thnt's whero
It went. I am tired of the molhoda of
John Wllion. I hnvo covered him up
ond dono tho best I could to 'i"lp hln.
out ns lo-ig as I could and It la timo
to make a clmngo."
U13111 took tho floor nsaln. Buying
that Mu Hoard shuuld bo nlljwcd li
contio' tho Hoiud's biihlnecs and con
doiniu.l Wilson for nttemptliu; to inn
tho bu. l"osa Instead of loavlur, It to
tho Supf, visors.
In tho last dally bulletin received
hy I'obtmasler Pratt, notlco la given
that the Department Is now picpnilng
n now postage stump of special de
sign, which will bo icady for Usuo to
postmasters about September 20, to
coiiiiueiuorato tho diecovory of tho
Hiidnoii liver by Henry Hudbou In
1019. nnd of tho Introduction of steam
ntvlgitlo'i on Its waters by Robert
, Kii-nm In 1S0Y. Mr. I'intt says that
llio new stamps will piohably ho here
I'bout tho mlddlo of October.
In French and Irish Linen
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
CORNER PORT AHD BERETANIA.
A NEW LINE of Ladies'
- SKIRTS Woolen
and White Washable Skirts.
Prices. $1.25 up to $5.00
See display in window.
Ii. Ahoy, Nuuann, below Hotel
2W BULLETIN ADS PAY
Come Take A
Skate With Me
P.egal skating shoes are the only economical ones to
use for skating. They are made specially strong on the
soles to stand hard woir 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
McCandlcss Bldg. Cor. King and Bethel.
" ' - - - '"I" HI , H ' "" ""IIMII..IB.I I .
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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