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EVENING BULUITIN, HONOLULU, T. 11., WEDNESDAY, JAN. 6, 1910
Have You Seen the VERTICAL LAWN EDGER
CAPITOL LAWN TRIMMER and EDGER COMBINED?
' THAT FAILED
The Fine Hand of Jones
UIjbsch II. Jones, wl.ci linn In inoru
or li88 extent iiiessi'il In political af
fair I iior on Ihc ollu-r hIiIo uf Urn
I'iiII for n number of yeiiiH mill wlio
Is tvferrutt to by IiIk kooiI Itlciil De-put)
Attorney (loncinl l.onln Andrews
ns "n "I'll know n mill prominent rusl-ik-nt
of Koolatipoka," liax been lirinislil
lulu the llnii-llKlit of .onmuli:it u 1 1 h j -
WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd
These cuts will show you what they look like.
The Vertical Edgcr will cut the over-hanging Brass fiom the edges perfectly, as fast as a men can walk. The steel finger guard picks
up the clinging eras' from walks, etc. The depth of cut can be regulated at nleasure. With it the grass edges can be kept neat at small ex
pense and with an immense saving of labor.
THE "CAHIOL" does what no other machine can do and what Uwn mowers leave undone. It trims and edges your lawn with re.
markable speed and perlection; the shield over the blades protects the flcwers. A tiiol will convince you, as U has thousands of others, that the
dav of shears, clipocis, etc., is past. This machine has four crucible sttel blades six inches in length, which arc hardened and tempered in oil,
swivel huihingJ, double adjustment in fact, is strictly high grade. Universal eidict "fills a long-felt want." You cannot afford to be
Besides these special trimmers we haxe a full line of lawn Mowers from the 12-inch hand mower up to the 30-inch horse mower.
Call and see the new Edge" and Trimmers.
Poor littlo fellow! Ho coughs
so hard ho cannot sleep. That
makes him v. oak and sickly all tho
next day. Hi3 brother thfnks this
coughing is tumble. So do we, for
wo know that ju3t a few doses of
will atop tho cough. Fcr sixtyyoars
it has been tho str.ndard remedy
with men, women, and children for
cold?, coughs, and all throat and
lung diseases. It contains no nar
cotic or poison of any kind. He sure
that you get Ayer's Cherry Pec
toral. Accept no cheap and worth
Prepind h D- J. C, Mr 4 Co , Lo.i.'L Mi.i , U. S. A.
ELKOH CAN OWlf
Honolulu HIKilo-ii can own 1he
whole of Hlshop btieet uli Oio ee
i Ins of IVIinmr) 2 provided they
ullow I ho patjiitii; of those people.
whoso business along that thorough-
fjio required thth- pioseiiro theio.
Honolulu Lodge II, 1'. 0. V. are to
hold n uirnlvnl on tho natal day uf
lleoiKo Washington. Hlshop street
nml pnU will bo the Btoim (enter
wherein thu cttulwil nplrlt will ilr
(iilale. The City and County Supei visors
lmt) permltlid the local IHKs to
iliuu tint street In tr.illlc on the ee
nlng of thu festal dn), It being un
ilcrbtood that nii)(iiio ileslilng to go
tu ami from thu cubic olllco will
li.ivo a fuu pass.
LAND TOR STREET
I'. J, I.owroy has iiniio fin ward
nnd olTcrcd to niilt-elnlm a pine) of
-ind lS rut III length by JO feet
In 'width, and now bettor Mlouu to
iwldeiita of Kewulo as "Cuitl
The pioposllloii has been pissed
up to thu ronl committee of tho
City mid Count) lloaid of Supcrls-
TEW riRCa IN HONOLULU.
Honolu'ii Js extiomeli fortumtu In
the small uuniboi of fliej occurring
heie. Clilef C. I! Tliumtmi of tho Ho
nolulu I'lru Department, has reported
to responding to but the alarms dur
ing Ihq mouth of December. 1909. Tho
property loss w.ia cotlmated n(
November InotMlit nut the firo do
piilmnnt setcji times witli u loss to
piopoity placed at .Ilf3(l9(.'
In attacl.lng tho Morlliui rom
inlsslon we nresuino that Stanley
' - JlCiinz was fully as dlslnlerested n-t
uiuiTiiiiu unucrs- absoeiniiou,
HALL & SON. LTD.
Circuit Jiiclsi' Iloli!nin c-stprilt
illsinlHii-il the writ of h ill .ih niipu
Kianto' Mrtn'u) In Jiuliio Do Hull l
tin pehtlon nt O I) Connor (iKilnxlj
Thumnh W nml William T. Uiwllna
onlcilns tlicw to proilucu In rourt l !
J oc-lock vpgti'iilii) ntti rnouu the pi-i-Ken
of W i Conner, neo Unwllnt Tol
loAhiK the illmnli-Hil if tl-o writ Hob
, eit Ilrectoim slnti-il In co.irt tint he
v.onhl lirlnt; the eao heiiuu tho At
lorncy npiurnl with a l;w of having
Conrer iomciiIciI lor (h-iJiii)'.
Tho nimwcr of tho responilents tin
the writ ttns a Renei il i!nlll of the
rtntenuntii ma I, In the petition Ihc
aiibwer ilenleil that Mm Conger w.m
K'Htmlneil of her liberty h) her fnlher
uti'1 brotlur rtulln fiuther that -the
w.i not prolncol In court bee.iu.ie
I the) hiiu- no control or cnitmly mer
h"r an-1 Hint atilto remalneil nwaj uf
j her mn free will alto that bhu wn.
' p'ljcle-ill) nnible to appear,
I 1 on Stintn, repiexintlni; Conner,
pla"il tho comphiln int upon tho xttiml
nml he pael to bo n po-)r wllm-n-.
lie tili-ntlfleil thu liuinl.iKc- Hoonn; nml
In rep!) to n (incut Ion b) Htr.nn ut.it
til that the laKt time ho Inil seen bin
.ifo n at the homo of Mr. r.ml Mit
F" W. Kenncily on Kalnkaiia avenue
there beliiK pienent at the tlrio Mih
Kennedy, Tom Kenneily, llrs ItawlliiH
mother of tho bride, nml -in older kIh-
tcr. That wna about 4 o'clock S.ilnr.
da) afternoon, nt which I'nio W. T
Itawlluu arihed on thu menu nml, nc
coidlUK to Conger's stntenient. Insist
id that his sister return to the home
of her father. .Conger staled that tho
only reason that ho had to believe
that his wife was restrained ngilmtt
l.er will uai hei statement that sho
would return to him later.
.lodge Itoblnson dismissed tho writ
on tho showing that there w-ns no ev
idence piesenlcd tending to show tint
l'p till 1 o'clock today tho only
arrest made by the pollen was Hint
of a w.ihlno named Kiinll.nuhi, who
was attracting u Inige auillcnio out
on King stiect near the old planta
tion. The damsel w-ns giving un imita
tion or tlio" iidUii Ioiih, Saldino dance
In the gicnt edification of tho resi
dents or tli.it district. I'ollcu om-
cer Nobilg.i happened alone, nml, jifimt inottgage on tho propeily of tho
rftei watching the perfoimnnco' for'mpany tho total Isiuo being llvo
n miiiuio, iticineii mat thu ponce
station was the place for Kanlkutii.i.
Tho Imitator of Maud Adams was
conu)ed to tho homo for ill links,
and sho then liifoimed nn ofilcor on
watch that sho had only been dls-
charged from Asch's hotel this
morning, alter bt-iving .i fouitcnii.
da) sentence, "Out nguln, In
ngaln, ginned again," icmarkcd tho
turnkey ns ho conducted "Kopo
Neck" to tho npartnieut reserved
irEW ROOKS AT LIBRARY
Tho following Is a piill.il Hat of
new bocks recolved at thelloiiolulii
l.lbrniy ilinlug tho pist week:
"Venezuela and COIoinbli," hy III.
i am Hlnghnnij "Join no) In South-
ern Slborli," b) Jeieml.ih Curtln;
"Iiiiprcsslons of Jiipauc&o Archltec-
ture," by It. A Cliiin; "Tubeicillo-
Ms, u I'revcutuble njid Cuiiiblo Ula-
Hi, Kill wan pnciilo.l fi (Jin lealnt;
, the liomu of h'-r Intlior If ulio ho -.villi-J.
k Is No Gambie
Because we know you
arc going to get satis
faction. Clothes we
make for you have
class and fit perfectly.
Gel your clothe made
to your measure by us
at ready to ' wear
A new line of suit
ings just received from
Geo. A. Martin,
Hotel St., Opp. Union.
KAUAI ROAD BONDS '
MAY BE OBTAINED
The ll.iwal'-aii Tiust Conipnn in
iiounccs that it he- n limited lii-mler
or the bonds of the lC'iual Hallway
(oniinny for the genoru! public Th'-e
bonds nio among tho most dcslrahlo
securities on thu market, being tun- ,mlty of cn,es ,i10 nculed hnd tak
twenty six per cent and sec-uied by n , ,mt licenses, tho uiiirt nidored
ininilied tliousainl diiunrs. This nana
Issuu was United some time ngo and
theie lias not been nu Increase of thu
honds by another five bundled thou-
sand ns was Inferred by sonm from
tho nnnounioiucit In thu morning pa-
oiilo," b) S. A Knolf; ' Odes In Con-
trlbutloii to the Song of Trench
History," by (ieorgn Meiedlth; "Ho-
tliovcn," li) II. . Hudall; "Ilirhai-
Inns of Moiocio," hy Count Slnin-
berg; "The Stoi) of the Negio," hy
Hooker T. Wiishlngtoii, "Tho Com-
iiioiivvenlth of Austinllii." byxH It.
Who; -'llehliid tlio nil In Persia
mid Tuiklsh Arnhla," by SI. 11.
Thcio wcro 21 new books of fi--
lion ndded, and foiu Juvenile books
In addition to tlio above. Amongst
tlio Mellon Is Hull Calno's new book,
"The Wlilto 1'iopliut," Hudard Kip-
llng'o "Actions, uud Hecreatlous,"
numbing Insiector Mlehlstelu has
liOMi falily siiecessrul In accumulat
ing not mil) g-iod coin of the malm for
ii-plciihihliig tho stead) I'raln upon
thu (Ity and cliiiiI) otters, hut was
tho ivclpli-ut of several gifts which
i-iiMir of the white elephant variety.
Hit" ftes Uiliectef by tho p limbing
Inspector for the lr.st six months total
S5JS, of this linount. SKI2 was re
ft lr-i during Deccnibir
The nieii) Ynlo Tide season, how
eer, dcelop',d tl.u unexpected In tho
lunlter of d-iuatlons and .Mlehlstelu
now seeks the ili.nois of Christmas
gifts wlili li now iepo3M in his office In
tho city li ill and Include (Ho boxes of
lino cigars, one b Ktle of elephant gin
one botllu of luiirhon whiskey, n halt
dozin bottles of fizzy champagne two
chests of tea and a package of lichee
Not that Mlthlsleln objects In being
tho purtleul ir shilling mark for good
old tiJlnt Nicholas li.it he in Inclined
to the belief thai Ilia prefents enrry
with tin pi n viHilcIniM odor of brlh
eiy. The ni Helen wero besto-.eil iii
on tho City and County official b) w
llous Asiatic plumbers. The Inspector
has goni) beforo the Hoard of Super
visors for, nihlco concernlug tho ultl
unto dlsHisal of tho fragrant and pul
utublo bcnefncllnus. Tho committee
on Health mid Sanitation may pioposo
u linal method for their disposal.
Three hundred plumbing permits
weie Itsncd by l'liiinblng Inspector
MUhlhlelu during the six mouths end
ing December 31, 1&09. Or tlicso the
greatest number wcro Irsued during
tho month" of Septmuber, when sixty-
ouo weie grnntod. Tho figures for tho
Bl months arc, July, thirty permits;
I August, fifty-seven permits; Scptem
I her. sixty ono permits; October fifty;
November, fifty; December, sixty-two.
.'Ho ntfo reported that ho had undo
1120 Inspections during tho same time.
POLICE COURT NOTES
At the l'ollcn Court this morning
tho calendar wus mainly composed
of c-ises against inoii who had neg
lected to tal.e out licenses for their
lespectlvo liuslness houses.
Thirty-eight Chinee nnd Japanese
appealed 111 court, charged by In
H1M.,t, Tl,ti. ami us In the ma
them to pay the costs of 'court,
which amounted to S3 n head,
One man mimed You Kee alleged
that h hud disposed of his business
to aiiothor man, but n h had deilv-
f-, lienclllj fiom tho storu for somo
nix inonthsvpilor to soiling It, ho
wus lilted fjr, and costs,
'I heie was a big ciovvd In court.
ml llw. p.,,ln ll.W wn. Inkon
tlio cubes ngalust the Chliicso nnd "'"'"atlng informntlon. It Is nlinont
JupnniLO. , n8 UBemi for such purposo us tho
. buttons on the tall of u niun's cont.
Now tlint Chlcagoans hav vlco In l' llm,w tl10 custom Is 700 ) ears old.
j,0 nrBt Wnid on th tun Ihey shouldor ,,r,ft0 yt'arH 0,,, ullt ! 'lo m,t llKo
keep the monster with tho horild!11- Th ""'V tlllne ullovvablo on a
undo galloping eastward until It mll'lt I a llltile nnd hymn book, and
Jumna Into the li'ko. I1 1,n0 llll1 '" 0VN I'ull'U liindo to
, . .
Hy lefiislutr to steal n dollar n
,,, ,. ncciiilro n reputation that
will enable him to steal u bank l.itui
Ip fio cinie.
. . . 4.
Jack London's "Martin IMen,'' nnd
tho "Wlvli(J of I.uniu CliMveiage,"
by Vllco Miaovvuu.
uiy tiibllclt) thniiiRli tils roniHitlnn
I with the ch.ugOs that were
dgitnst Itoait Hupenlior J. I. 1';
I few days ago.
I'.icle w-ns vindicated of what An
diuns meiitloiiii In his letter In Dep
uty City nnd County Attorney Mllui"--ton
as "criminal ihiiges ng-iliist ,m
emplo)e of Hie county"
Last ccnliig tho Hoard of Cltj iiml
County Supervisors Louslgiicd the let
ter of Deputy Attorney (letiornl An
drews, together with the sworn n 111
dnlt submitted by Thomas Watson
of Koolnupoko, to. the ohlhlon of it
qnlit and iindliturbcd plgennhnlu In
the committee room.
The letter from Andrews to City
and County Attorney Mlherton fol
Hon. T. W Mllverton, Acting County
Attorney of the. City nod County
of Honolulu, llonoliilii, T. II.
Dear Sir: This will Introduce to
)ou Mr. Ul)sses II. Jnnei. u well
know li mill prominent citizen of Koo
niipoko, who hai n matter or Import
mice 'to lay befoio )ou nffectlng not
only the count) a Imlnlatratlon, but
ii'so criminal charges cgilnst nn em
plo)e of thu county. Mr, Jones Is
er) anxious that prompt measures
should bo token In this miittci and as
thu Attorney tleiieral has placed the
bringing of all criminal prosecutions
Willi jour olllce I would ask that joti
give Mr. Jones nu Immediate hearing
and If possible, take action as ho do
(Sgil.) I.OItlllN ANDHUWS,
Acting Attorney (leneral.
Ma) or Pern lias turned oer to the
Hoard of Supervisors the atlldaWt of
Watson, which was sworn to before
Hour) Cobb Adams on Septemb-r 1.'
That the ndlilinlt and tho alleged Ir
rigularltles laid ut l'nelo's door had
been n fruitful theme In thu seciel
touferences ol leadeis or others. Is
plainly apparent by the delay uf ne.ii
ly tlnee mouths In the presentation of
the charges to the dt) and county au
thorities. 'I ho Watson allhhult that flnnll)
reached tho Supervisors last uvenliig.
reads as follow a:
"Now comes Thomas Wutson, sworn
on oath and says: 'That In thu month
of April, lOU'J, I wus emp!o)cd by
James K. l'aclo, lto.ul Overseer of
KooluiKiko, to work us u carpenter
on thu Wnlholu bridge at tho lute of
S3 per day. I workid -IV dii)s, mid
got paid for that month SG3.7S of which
I signed a pa) roll for the full amount;
mid In tho month of May I worked t'a
du)s at thu iatu of S3 per diy, making
thu amount or $13 jo. l:. Hale.ikala
n lima acting under James K. I'aele,
hauiled to niu 14.50 In cash, nnd n war
unit for (1 GO cliarged to Walkanu
bridge, or which 1 never worked on
such bildgc, I still have tho wan nut
in possession nnd ae never endorsed
It becauso 1 think 1 do not own it.
nocr signed no pay toll for tho month
of May, nnd never authored mi) ono
to sign my name to any pa) roll fo.-
tlio month of May, and li my mime
w-ns written on thopay loll for May
It was forged by tomuon.,J cm'l say
I still claim that tho CM) 'and iViiui
of Honolulu owes ine .1 bipim'-) ol
S'J.O) ror work done on the Wniahnb
bridge'" BURDETTE GIVES
I'ASADnNA, Dec. 23.. In his
fill ovv ell lci vice nt West Side Con
gregational, Church )estorday Dr.
Itolieit J, Hiiidctte, who Is leaving
today for tho Oi lent, spoku against
the custom or Issuing notices fiom
"I niu not )our pastor, so it's none
of my business ho said. "Yet If 1
weie, thu thing I would do In tlin
first fifteen miliums would bo to
dlsiontlnuo th'e use 'of tho pulpit us
n bulletin hoard." Jit those clays of
ItBWBJMpciB Illlll CHS)- IlienilS Of ells-
nr!r to tint It won't ovon hold u
iyvux l,coIs lr " '"'t' bbould be
l,l!u,,'l !0' H, tho nnglo at which
'"e 1'Ulplt Is Inclined would causo It
I1" blll,e oft ,0,,8 beforo tho houi for
BULLCTIN ADO PAY npfj
We have placed on sale our entire
stock of the celebrated
consisting ' of
PRINCESS SLIPS, 'CHEMISES,
CORSET COVERS .
RAT and ROACH Paste
'mmmm (tH (llat ,a tma j.j. Maraar la nii Ua)
25o box alttiirni' EKctrle Putt III till on til tho rttt tad mlct In 1 houit In llnlo night
Oookroaohes, Water Bugs ami Other Vermin
art lo qulckl tinea. Kctaj miiea
Your Urujsl" will refund jour
I , k !.. !. k l SO.
A Sensational Bargain In
Matchless values in the Grandest Display
of Dress Materials Honolulu has ever,
Note tho following prices: ,
FANCY REP. rONGEES One of the moat stylish ma
tcrials we show. Ben and very lasting shades of Navy,
Nile, Sky. Pink, Old Itcse, Fawn, Lavender and Copenha
gen; 30c yd.
STMPED INDIAN HEAD; all shades; re&ular 25c;
we will sell at 17'iC.
PLAIN INDIAN HEAD; all shades; KRalar 25c; dnr
inn sale l"Vic.
MERCERIZED PONGEE, in twelve distinct shades,
fest colon, 35c; regular piice 45c.
POPLINS IN SATIN STRIPES Beautiful shades in
Pink, Light Blue, Copenhagen, Champagne, Olive Green,
Lilao and Old Apricot. Great values in this very fashion
able material. Worn by the ultra swell class ; 30c yd.
LACE CURTAINS; new designs; gteat value; from
50c up per pair.
CURTAIN HATERIALS; latest designs; 25c to 75o
SCRIM; regular at 0c and 12Vsc; 38 inches wide.
LADIES' RAGLANS, Rubberized, rongce and Satin;
reduced to $10, $11 and $12.50.
SILK PETTICOATS WON'T CRACK TAFFETA in
many ditTcient shades- $4.00 to $5.00.
LADIES' SKIRTS no duplicates; very much up to
date, and sold from $3 50 to $21.50.
LADIES' TAILOR-MADE SUJTS; handsomely finished;
satin lined nnd plain and braid trimming; $11.25,' $15,
$17.50, $22, $22 50. $20.50; leduced from' $15, $20,
$22.50, $25, $30 $35.
An early call will convince you that our goods ate
L B. KERR
wr o. joo biiu- IVZwX
monoj It It doe 1101 do tti work.
rla ar , praawa.
!( CO., CHICAOO. ILL.
& CO., Ltd.
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