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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, April 20, 1910, 2:30 EDITION, Page 6, Image 6',
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Everybody who KNOWS Beer
knows that there's no thins: like
The Beer That
SUITS THE PEOPLE
HEED THE VOICE
j OF THE PEOPLE
The Kalilii Petition Is
I'utir city mill count supervisor
(lilt u f ti membership of nix who weie
present nt n mictliig of Mm hoIuiih
l Hold last eve nlng cleelnred thelu-
selves, it. iinmlstiikubtc terms, for n
proper coiisldointlon or the rights ot
'the pcitp u of the cltj of Honolulu
I Four municipal lawmakers InalU-
eil that a pot I tton signed b) betuceti
nix mill seven hundred blIicijI chll-
ill t'lb 111 piot'egtlng ugiillirl what j
Ji termed a flagrant lo!:illoii nf tliu
'J spied ordinance, mi, I at tliu Minus
nine seci; leiioi ai ino nanus in mu
supe visors 1 an extension nf tliu
limits, U worthy of seiluiia dcllber-
J.ntlon mill thought.
Knlllil school thltdien, numbering
ihmtIv Bevcu hundred, iiltlxeil their
Sf'iinineg to a monster petition prnvlug
, for the extension of the speed ordl-
I mine limitations In In, hide Slangh-
tcr House road. Tho roll of names
was submitted to Major Tern, Um
Iinimleil the petition over to tint Ixi.uil
I Another petition of similar pur
port, signed by one bundled anil
Mlfty tuxpnvers and residents, went
I through the same procedure;. These
petitions found their way to the
elty and county road committee.
Chairman Qulnti of the ro.ul torn-
jmlttee started things moving In nn
otherwise plegiuntlc meeting of law
makers last owning bj passing the
prnver of some eight or nine bun-
died petltloi.er up to Sheriff Jar
rett The road board practically Ig
nored the real Issue that of the
consideration of nn extension of the
limits pi escribed by the nuto speed
ordinance for they dismissed tho
mutter by referring the complaint fo
tho peace oflkcis.
"Let the ollkers of tho law do
their duty and there will bo no trou
ble down Knllht way through mi In
fraction of the speed ordinances,"
dc hired (Julnn.
The supervisor advocated tho
adoption of tho road Lommltteo re
port by Insisting that ho stood for
the pieservatlon of order,
"There Is no one who is more mix-
Ocean View District Sales: Unparalleled in thej
history of our city. ' Awakening of Greater
I Honolulu, with Beautiful Kaimuki helping to
make 100,000 American population.
The best recoramendatio.i that can be given any property is the fact that it in selling, that the
people want it, and that thj very best people want it. Our sales in the New Ocean View District
property during the past few months have exceeded $100,000. We have sold to home people, who
bought for home-building lurposes after investigating all other sections of the city. We have sold
to wealthy tourists, who intend building Slimmer and winter homes and share in our delightful cli
mate and premising future. Our sales and the class of people to whom we have sold are the best
evidence of our property'3 value,
The New Ocean View Tract
An Ideal Place To Live
ARTESIAN WATER, HIGH ELEVATION, ELECTRIC LIGHTS,
DELIGHTFUL CLIMATE, PAVED STREETS, K0K0 HEAD BREEZE,
SUFFICIENT RAINFALL, EXCELLENT SOIL, LEVEL PR0PER1Y;
COOL AND HEALTHFUL, GOOD LOCATION, PURE ATMOSPHERE.
We extend everyone an invitation to see our property and the extensive improvements we are
making for the development' of a residential district that will be a credit to any city. Take the Wai
alae car, and upon your nrrival- at Kaimuki call at our branch ofiicc in charge of Dr. Hutchinson,
who will be pleased to show you the property and supply you with maps, literature and all the in
formation jou may require. Our fixed prices are $500 for corner lots, and $400 for inside lots; size,
75 ft. x 150 ft., or 11,250 sq, ft. each. Oar terms are $50 cash down and $10.00 per mouth on
each lot. Call up telephone 053 and make an appointment with one of our representatives.
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Kaimuki Land Co., Ltd.
KING AND rOM STREETS
WAIALAE AND K0K0 HEAD AVENUE
loits to see recUlesj automobile
clnuilteurs brought to book than 1
am," si a foil Uulnii. "I do nut, how
ever, want to see an extension of
the limits to Slaughter House rond,
ns I believe that It will work a hard
ship to a number of automobile own-
era. The piekent oidlnaiico Is n
good one, nod it should not bo
Logan was tne otner supporter of
tho load (onmiltteo report. Ho
took a rnp at Hie Honolulu Kapld
Transit Company In the couise of his
defense of the present limitations.
The 'kalmuM representative declared
that the trollov cars wlilzrcd passed
tho Logan residence nt terrifying
kpeed. "The) pass my door at from
llfty to slxt) miles an hour, and if
there Is to be mi amendment or ex
tension of speed ordinance . provi
sions, 1 until 1 like to see something
done out ui) way "
The'nntcs alto have a flippant way
of tearing ocr Kaimuki boulevards
nt hicak-nerk and nerve-racking
pace, according to Logan.
The contention of (Julnn mid Lo
gan to leao tho speed ordlnanco
nlnnn did not meet with the cone'ur-
tencn of other members of the board.
A)lctt announced that the protest of
front eight to Jilne hundred ficoplo
should be heeded. "If tho null) pace
In Knlllil district Is too strenuous for
a guarantee of tho safety for life
mid limb, then the ordlnmice should
ho amended" Alett believed that
Knllht people were worthy of more
consideration than the ro.td com
mittee, report granted to them.
.McClelJan advocated referring the
report back to the road committee.
Ho believed It a good policy to alter
au ordinance when circumstances de
manded the same.
Kane luiild not (.ee his way clear
to favor tho wholesale suppression ot
the volco of the people and announc
ed that ho would vote "no."
Ahla said nothlt.g, but ho nlllgncd
himself on the side of tho eight hun
dred Knllhlltcs who have declared
for slower speed by- reckless chauf
feurs and nuto owners.
It the present speed ordinance Is
n dead letter as has been stated, It
Is believed that the board will now
amend the existing ordinance and
place that district along' King street
to Slaughter House road within tho
fifteen miles mi hour limitation,
With aulos tearing through King
sheet, Knlllil, at anjwhero from 30
to CO miles per hour, the lives of
children me said to be In constant
MORE POWER FOR
t v GOVERNMENT PLANT
Tho Supervisors have agreed to en
deavor to appropriate six thousand
dollars leipilred to place tho munic
ipal electric light plant In condition,
to render moro and elllclent service
This sum Ih declared by Superinten
dent Kruzoo as alisolutel) needed to
equip the plant for c-irrylng additional
lights now demanded by the city.
Chairman Kami Ins the matter under
udvlsemciit nnd tliu Light Committco
has rondeicd n report favoring tho ad
This evening at 7 3D, the bind will
play nt Aala Park Tho piogrum will
be as follows;
March SiKiontlmo Tllzer
Canlgonenca nnd l'escn d'Ainore.Scrrn
Intermezzo O, Kioto Snn . . Thitrliaii
Selection Yedda Metro
Vocal Hawaiian songs.. "ar. b Hcrgcr
Divine lU'deemer (Jounoil
Suite Uohenilan Hiimo
I'm Afinld to Como Homo In the
Daik , '..... Alst.Mie
The Star Spangled Ilautier.
GLOOM OF CHINA
The gloom' which has heretofore
pci vailed that portion of Chinatown
near Smith and 1'nuahl streets has
been lelloved by tho Installation of
thico additional electric lights.
HBP "For Sale" cards at Bulletin.
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Why bo baM headed and old look
ing before our time? Neglect of
the hair causes dandrutf, and dan
druft" is tlio forerunner of falling
hair and baldness. Tho romody is
A gentleman residing at Uunedir.,
N.Z., writes under date Jan. 7, 1907:
"It Is with R.-atltuda I write you that I
hire now a tplundid head of hair, both thick
sod very soft, all owing to my having used
vnur wonderful Hair Vigor. I was almost
bald headed befoie I used tho Hair Vigor. I
still ne It once a day, rubbing It well Into the
roots of the hair, I uwl to wear a skull-cap,
and I am very grateful to Aye ra Hair Vljor
for the improvement it has nude In my looks."
Re warned In tima. Uao Ayer's
Hair Vigorand prosorvo your youth.
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The Worlri'c Greatest Medicine
Tho effd family remedy. Cures nerv
ousness nnd Indigestion, Jives power
to tho bruin, strength nnd' elasticity to
the muscles nnd richness to the blood.
It Is Invaluable for overworked men
delicate women, and sickly chl drcn.
It Is n promoter of good health and
longevity. Keeps tho old young;
makes the )oimg strong and vigorous.
Avoid substitutes and Imitations;
they arc dnngeroui.
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Free Transportion For
I.ale, tho Mormon Settlement, a
strong Home Hulo fortification so far
as politics are concerned wns visited
by the Democratic leaders last Satur
day night, where they addressed u
Inrgo meeting, which had been ar
ranged for them.
In order to show his Interest In thn
resident)! theiu Link McCnntlcss made
nn arrangement with the Koolait Hall
way -Compiny to convey the viters
from the adjacent dlstric s to I.ale, to
be present at the nicotine.
This offer of fue transportation by
McCandless the prospective Uclegato
to Congress, was n great treat to the
aged Huvvalluns of tho district. Avail
ing themselves of tho opportunity,
they packed tin nnd went to tho lKillt
leal battlefield at I.ale and listened
most attentively to the speakers ot
tho night II. M. Knulho who Is out
In support of McCandless, was an In
teresting speaker. Ills addicss was
catchy and after tho meeting n Inrga
number of his friends expressed them
selves highly pleased wt'h his talk.
Whether they will Join the Democratic
party Is n question jet to ba solved,
It Is generally believed that a few of
the Home Killer's in I.ale wilt noon nn
uounco themselves i.rcpared to join
tho Domnerct'c patty
The Democratic leaders .IcCatid
loss, I'rank Harvey. Mavnr Kern. J. M.
I'oepne H -V. Knulho and a few o'li
ersl wtnt to Lnle on tho nftcrnoon
ttnln Saturday and returned on Sun
da) afternoon. They reported Hint the
meeting wns a success. According to
authentic reports, huvvover, l'nepoe
n foimer Homo Huler was hissed
down when addressing the nuillenco In
Lnle. In an In'crvlew I'oepo'j him
relf admitted that such n happening
did ronlly occur Knowing tho gamo
too well ho simply paid no attention
to the hisses and proceeded to speak
ns ir nothing had happened I'oopoo
admitted that the oxporlcnce was a
prntTnblo one to him.,
Another Imgs meeting Is bsliii!
planned by the leader of the party
When and where this Is going to take
place has not been learned.
CIVIL SERVICE EXAMINATION.
An examination of applicants will
be held at the Naval Stutlon, Ha
wall. Honolulu, T. II., May C, 1910,
or nB soon thoieafter as practicable,
for the purpose ot establishing an
eligible register of sublnspecturs
(dredging) at 3.fi0 per diem.
Applications will he addressed to
the "Commandant, Naval Station,
Hawaii, Honolulu, T. II.," and must
bo dellveied to him on or before
Wednesday, May 4, 1910. No appli
cation received nftor that date will
The applications will bo accompa
nied by evidence of citizenship and
by certificates, preferably from pre
vious emplojors, ns to character, hab
its nnd sobilety, and skill and ex
perience In work of the kind re
nulled At tho close ofx tho examination
tho hoard will mnko a report,
thiough tho commandant, to the Sec
retury of tho Navy, showing tho com
partitive merit of the applicants for
tho vacancies nnd designating tho
names of the Individuals who, in Its
opinion, nro best qualified for the
WHITNEY & MARSH, ltd.
In order to close out, prior, to
Stock-Taking, we will place on
On Monday Morning
A Large Assortment of
at 10c yd
Some of these sold formerly as
high as 30c yd
1139 Fort Street - Honolulu
Every Member of the Family
WILL FIND USE FOE AN
EACH ONE CAN USE IT IN HIS OR HER OWN
ROOM, FOR IT CAN BE ATTACHED TO ANY LAMP
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd. A
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
NEW HATS, Coast' Styles
M2M Wnnmin Rt ,
MONEY WILL MAKE
THE ROADS BETTER.
It takes money to mnko a mnio ko
or put a road In proper condition, In
sisted Chairman Qulnn of the City
and County Itoad Commltlco In Mini;
his teport on tho proposed work to
bo dono on Alown road, Tho highway
will receive attention by tho road
mms as soon as sufficient finances nro
nt hntul to catry tho Work through to
MORE LIGHT FOR WAIKIKI.
The Supervlrois have ngieed to thy
Installation of an additional electric
light at Walkikt near the premises of
! Honolulu Seaside and Moana ho
tels. It Is contended that the (raffle nt this
Juncture of tho mad Is of Biilnclent
magnitude at night to warrant tho In
stallation of moro light.
In all the latest Shades and Colors
50c a yard
Also a Large and Complete Line
Just received and ready for sale n
L. B. KERR & CO., LTD.,
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