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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, April 29, 1910, 3:30 EDITION, Page 12, Image 12',
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TWO PLANS OP
,K)K YJ.C.1 HOME
Secretary Knox And Secretary Macveagh,
Disgruntled Members Of President
For Those Who Refuse to Answer
Questions of Census Takers
Decision Is Made to Give Oakland,
uni Jtirm uon'.ract lor in
struction Election of 0ncers.
I Eearchin- Questions Asked,
171 Jill IH li r B P
-r- aumu- p-iw ! ibibiuu iui w o i- nu rnv a" mui
HEN the officials of the College of Hawaii were look
ing for a favorable loeaiien for their observatory
they wanted property with a high elevation so
they con'd obtain the largest sweep of ocean view and
the purest atmosphere. After carefully considering
every section of the ciiy, they decided upon a lot in the
iew Ocean View District on account f i s
perfect location, free from mountain clouds, mist, and
dampness. The Comet is here according to schedu'e,
and during its slay we expend you an" invite, ticn to use
the pavilion and rest house we are building near the
observatory. Come out and take a look at the Comet and
enioy the magnificent scenery and delightful climate of
The New Ocean View Tract
An Ideal Place To Livj
ARTESIAN WATER, 1IIUH ELEVATION, ELECTRIC IJOHTS, '
DELIGHTFUL CLIMATE, PAVED SHEETS, KOKO HEAD BREEZE.
SUFFICIENT RAINFALL, EXCELLENT SOIL, LEVEL PROPERTY,
COOL AIID'IIEALTHrUL, GOOD LOCATION, PURE ATMOSPHERE.
Take the Vnialac car. and upon vour arrival at Kaimulc' call at our branch office in charge
of Dr I'nlchinso-i, who will Lc plcavd to show you the propr;y ord supply you with maps, liter
ature and all the informatloi vcu may reaniic. Our fixed price are $500 for corner lots and $400
for inside lots; s'ze. 75 ft. x ICO ft., or 11.230 sq. ft. each. On" terms arc ?j0 cash down and $10
per month on each lot. Call u Telephone G50 and make an nppalatincut with one cf oar representatives.
KIMG AND FORT STREETS
WAIALAE AND K0C0 HEAD AVENUE
-T m"mmmmmmmMmmmm4 IMRiMMiHMManaMHHMKnMBiHi
PHILADED HIA'S STREETS MADE
BATTLEFIELDS BY BIG STRIKE
Sumo nil cits nro likely to lio mnilo
In lloniilnlit ullhln tliu next few da)s
of nitons ln) lifuso to nnsucr que
lions put to them lv the census ink
ers, nml which tho persons think mo
Impertinent or nonl' ir the gotcrn'
One oT the questions which Is nils
Int5 trouble with tho census takers Ih
Hull of 11 uioit.ue 1111 the propel ty of
n eltl.en mui niiiilher, among tho
Indies, la ttn question of ngo.
It Is ciiiitemleil b business men nml
(itln in who have mortgaged their prop
orty that to illuilgo llie amount of siHi
ini.it gage to a crnsns taker, In Homo
c.iog 11 bmlnofs rlial, Ih tin fnlr tor It
ghes 111 in Information thai ho might
iiso personiillt nllhmigh tho rules of
.the conim bureau piovldo heavy pen
alllcrt for nn cmplojeo who divulges
Inlntninlliiii Kalhereil us wlillo In the
employ of the liuteuii.
As to the ladles, well thoy nro t-oj
Jim l.iinw nml Hie answers they give
to tho census man when nHkcil their
ugos, especlall) If oer thirty, until
make tho recording miKel blush. Hut
then there Is no harm In not telling n
mere man their proper ago, nml nny
way It Is none of tlielr business an) -
I This census which Is being tuken
now will be the most rompleto of nil)
over nnili'i taken b the government "t
tho United States nml (hero nro ninny
pcrsonul questions along business linen
I which will iniilto valuable statistic
when flnnlb worked out In Welling
ton, I Persons owning tlM-stock, poultry,
etc., nro nuked how mnny head they
line, what it cm-Is to keep them, und
tho profit tlte i in make onrly. Men
'nml chickens omo 111 for seal chin';
lnciiliy nlniiK this line, the number ol
I eggs prodiired lielnK one of the prin
' As to runs the nmoiint of milk nud
tho nillnber of uiiids of butler mnite
ilf any 111 1- naked nml l.'j the time the
census innii is through n fnlr lino on
ovorythlng n person Is or tins is In tho
posn-sjlon nf Uncle Sum.
Lawlcr Lit Pan Through His Dody
Electric Current Coroner Had De
clared Killed M,n Two Weeks
imiDaBPOUT. Conn.. Aplll 11.
Wlillo Coroner CllHord P. Wilson and
Ills slnff gazed spjllbound, expecting
to seo 11 1111111 electrocute himself oi
untnrlly O. 8, l.nw'er of 1'iovlitcnca
IH I., giasped an eliclrlc switch nt
tho plant of tho Union Metallic Cart
ridge Company, hero this afternoon,
mid let pass through his body u cur
rout that two weeks before hud up
pnrcntly Instantly killed Kuiuils
Coroner Wilson last week held an
Inquest upon tliu body of Marin mid a
Mullet wns returned holding the Curb
ridge Company criminally negligent In
leaving non-Insulated electric fixtures
where tliu workmen might como In con
tact nllh them. Supt. I'inney ut oneu
notlflcA tho Factory Mutual Insurance
Cmnp'iny, expecting tho fninll) of the
victim would claim damages.
(J S. l.nwlor, an electrical expert i
and Inspector of the liiHiirar.ro com
pany, who hud npproved tho equip-
nient of tho Cartridge Company, roich
ed tho city today and on ascertaining
the elicumstnnces of Marin's deulh, do
rian d It Impossible for tho electric
curicut nlono to havo killed tho work
in in. To pimo It ho ileclmcd himself
ready to undergo tho experience that
was said to. have killed Marin.
Tho parti IdKu. company Invited Wll
M'li to witness the test. Ho and his
stuff arrived nt tliu plant at 3 p. in
mid made a cuiorul scrunlty or tho
flNtuicH. Ih:it there might bo Uo dveep
lion. When It wns found that tho
current waa tho sanio on tho day ot
Mailn's deith tho Inspector mounted
u tilep ladder Just as Marin hn.il doi,
li) reach a broken pulley, placed ono
hand on tho open switch and tho otliui
on imi Iron plpo. Tljo cm rent passed
tliioiih his body, and sau tor a sllglu
tw lulling lio maintained Ills hold nil
moved for mora Ihnn a inlnuto by the
roroucr's watch. Then ho relcnsed
his grip jmd desceniled, nppiiieiitly
nono the worse for hla experience.
Tho two pi hie furnished b Hip
ley & HryuoliU of Oakland,' Cat.
wc.c the two tip for ronslilciiillnn
by Unite In chnign of the vvmk for,
tho Y. M. U. A., and a though h
clioli c bntvverii the two bus not been
inailo ct, It tins 'been decided that
the iibuve III m will bo n wauled llie
tonttnet for tho building Itself.
It lo staled Hint Mr. Illpley will
in no hcic mid perionnlly supeiln
tend tho (onstiiicllnn.
The li-portf of the ofllto-s us pro
centnl ut the iiiitiiuil meeting of the
i nsioclatloii showed a reni.iiknble
'giowth but n few more are needed
to deut) e the membership of a jcar
It. II, Trent wns clo ted ironllent,
Tor a third teim, wltli (!. Hall ns
vice : precldetilj Ki link Atherton,
treasure) ; Gcorgo S, Wiilernoile,
scrretnry. 1-'. I). I.owrey wns np-
pointed acting ticumrcr, to fill tho
olllce vvhllo Mr. Atherton Is away
II. I-'. Dllllughn-n was elioten again
as trustee. It. II. Atulcrbon and C.
J. Iliilin were added to the board of
directors, ami W. T. l'ope, Hobcrt
Anderson, Oeorgo Wntcrhouso nnd
lid. Towso were leeleiled.
A miHl.nl piogrnm b) local talent
ended the session.
DOTS AND DASHES.
Then- will bo a Hireling of those
lutcicMeil In the uewspnpcr baseball
league at the iiiaknl pavilion of tho
Young Hotel on Wrdncvdny evening
next. The meeting will be called to
order at qiiarlei of eight o'clock.
rotir prl7.es are to be awaidcd In
tits fifteen-mile running raeo that Is
being managed -by Nigel JacKson.
According to the piomoter, the prizes
will be us follows; ITrst, 1100; sec
ot'd, $r0; third, 130; and fourth,
K.EMmmM k',s . ,w
- s4SX&Jl MAC VEAGH""
Hill I'apkc will havo a chaneo to1
show what ho can do with Joo1
Thomas on May 14. I'apko hus hung'
around hoping to get another match
with Kctchel, but the latter still
steers clear of his old rival.
WAnillNnTO.N. April It. Tho resignation ot Secretary Knox anil
Secretary Mi'oVengh from IVcbldenl Tnfl's tablnct would not surprise
Washington, Tor Iwn months Secrctniy Knox has heen on Iho vorgo ot
giving up his pnitfollo, arcoiillpg. to well established riimoiH here. It
Kitchener, earl and visional, herot Frank I In MacVcagh has not found
a comfoi table berth with lils fellow Cabinet ihemheis. According to
various reports, Attorney (loncrnl l( lcinliani hits been tho leading spi
rit of the Taft cabinet, much to the discomfort of Sicietmy Knox.
i otcii-uuy IVI1UX, y
Sam laingford got n i.cwspnpor do
clslon over Sl.inlc) Ketchcll on Tiles
day lust. The go wan for six rounds,1
und. nunrdlng In InwJ could not bo
decided by a refcieo. 1
I'vcr thing points to a most suc
cessful baseball se.iiou, and although
tho "big" league Is mm est, tho Oahu
league has taken Its place,
Nigel .laikion Is going strong with
his liricen-inlle rnco, and ho 1ms tliu
oxygen m-ichlno on exhibition In a
window on l'ort street. '
Tho meeting of the Hawaiian Ten-
tits Akiii'I.iIIiiii U'lll l.it I.itt.l (...!...
" ..-.in inunj,
unit the oni-era fnr the coming scn-
ouii win no eiecieu
1S5 editorial rooms 250 I""!-'
..... w.mwl, i ,!: rc ine vciepnono
number of the B u 1 1 e 1 1 n office.
AT SKATINK IUNK
SATURDAY : : AmiL 30
Our Window Display will Interest
S HAT SHOP,
Cor. rort and Beretania Sts.
MAILING FRANK FOfl
House Passes Dill Giving Pilvilcno to
Ex-Prcoldents, After a Fight.
WASIIINOTON. April fi. r.x-I'resl-dent
Roosevelt anil all oilier ex-1'iesl
dents of tho United States or their
widows, will lip granted tho frankliu,
privilege during their lirolliue under
tho leriiia or n bill pissed by tin
I Iniim todnyliy n voto of 120 to 7fi.
The meiisuro mr bomo opposition on
tho Democrnllc side.
Mr. Slsson of Mississippi offeied nn
anieiidment excluding from tho frank
ing privilege nil polltleal correspon
dence It vis voted down It to SG
"Knowing tho former President in
well ns wn do" shouted Mr. Hucker
nf ("oloriidn, ''wn plinnM, piovldo nn
p'd'llnnil niKiipilntlon for tho mst
Mr 8lson then mrvo the re-cim
niltiiient of tho bill with lnt-iictnni
In the conimlttee nn Postodle-H mil
Post Koads to ronort It .with nn
iMiinnilnient pxc'iidlr critical rori"'
rnndonrn fro"' tb fri-iVIng nrlvlle-m
gi anted by tho bill. The motion waa
ilcrr-ntnl, pi in na;
(Iron Mnn of Fort Shatter
Fifteen tonnds for yclterwci;ht
NEW HATS, Coast Styles
ina Nnusnn st
TWO KATTLINQ P11ELIMINAI11ES
JIM 1I0A (Nntivc Wonder) vs.
LIMEY RICHARDS (Camp Very)
Four Rounds. ,
Y0UHO QANS vs. SARC0NI Six1
ADMISSION RinRside. $2; Re
served Scats, $1,50 and $1; fJallcry,
On Sale at Fitznatrick Bros.' Cicur
Stand. Hotel and Fort Streets."
SCENES FROM TH E GREAT STftCET CAR STRIKE IN PHILADELPHIA.
jjf-DULLETIN APS PAY-jjHJ
Open Every Afternoon and Eveninj
"GET THE HABIT"
Learn to Roller Skate
STOCK FOR THE
New Hat Store
ARRIVED BY THE
, SIERRA1 s
STORE OPENS SATURDAY
Call and see the immense 'stock
Roman & Freitas Hat Co.
Fori St., opp. Club Stables