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OUR " REDUCTION SALE "
closes SATURDAY, JUNE 11th,
and we would state that while it
lasts we WILL INCLUDE all of
the large stock of Goods JUST
RECEIVED on the S.S. "Sierra."
L B. KERR
A new shipment just received
White Label Olives
The Choicest Olives to be had
LARGE QUEEN OLIVES
grown, picked and packed by
people who know how
Ask Your Grocer For Them
For Four Weeks on
Complete Hat Stock
102H Ninmnn St
OPEN ALL YEAR
The Scenic Attraction of California
A valley of great b:auty and RTandcur, unique in its
nssemblance of sheer wrJIs of great height, imposing peaks,
and the number of its stupendous waterfalls.
Now Reached by Rai! A Quick,
Daily train service from Merced to the Park Line, con
nects at Marred with Southern Pacific and Santa Fe,
0. W. LEHMER. Traflh Mnnncer. Y. V. B R.. Merced. Cal,
" At Reasonable Prices "
Honolulu Wire Bed Co., Ltd.,
STORE CORNER AL'AKEA AND KINO STREETS
FACTORY ALAPAI STREET
Every Member of the Family
WILL FIND USE FOR AN
EACH ONE CAN USE
ROOM, FOR IT' CAN BE
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
& CO., Ltd.
IT IN HIS OR HER OWN
ATTACHED TO ANY LAMP
mutt keep In tho prima of health, Huh
mother owes this not only tn herself,
hut moic tci the thllil whoso present
land futuio sdength mid doclopmcut
depend upon Its mothers condition
during tlio nursing pciind. A pnro,
gentle ninl Invigorating stimulant end
tonic Is necessary to Insure perfect
health to thu mother, unj there ti nouo
ur, t-n.wt iiu
: Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey
U in a medicine,
ninl used us such
It uliU digestion
stimulates mid en
riches tha lilood,
n n it r I h c h til''
hrafn, builds up
thu norio tlsniics
ninl toiler up the entire bhu..i, Tak
en In milk thrco or foil- times n day
It prodiicrs excellent result. It keeps
tlio old young tiukt-s tlio jnung strong.
Ilo sure j on get tho genuine, substl
tut ix iiml Imltntlons lire InJurlniK
'Duffy Malt Whiskey Co., Rochester,
I N. Y., U. 0. A.
San l;rancisco Hotels
Army mm Navy ileadauartcrs.
Special attention to Honolula trade.
Withetit bath ... $1.50 per day up
2.00 per day up
Meals tabic d' hotc or a la carte
Management of Our 0. Larrn
Honolulu Rcnrcsentntive! M. P.
PETER. Phone 301.
Geary Street, above Union Square
Juit oppeilte Hotel Si. FrincU
'European Plan SI. CO a day up
American Plan S3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish,
logs cost $200,000. Tligh class hotel
atmoderate rates. Center of theatre
andretalldistrlct. Oncarllnes trans
'all trains and steamers. Send for
booklet with map of San Francisco.
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
address, "Trawets." ABC Code.
It's very warm
these days. But
the beer is cold,
just the right
Corner Hotel and Bethel Sts.
C. J. MCCARTHY, Proprietor
SPEND THE SUMMER AT
THE RATES ARE LOW
SPECIAL FOR TEACHERS
Sachs Block. Fort and Beretania Sts.
Pine furnished rooms, $1 Jior day
$10 and upwards per month Splen
MRS. C. A. BLAISDELL. Pron.
First-Class Farailv Hotel
Best Bathing on the Beach
W. C. BERfJIN. Pron.
At the meeting of tho Hoard of
Agriculture mid Forestry csterday
nfternoon tho principal topic illscunsed
wus tho null tuberculosis campaign
helng waged among the herds of dairy
cottn In Ortliu, and the progress of the
test work helng dono by veterinarians
of tho department.
There arc about 1,000 dairy eons
on this Island and of this total num
ber about COO hao already been test
ed. The work wilt be concluded In
tho next three weeks, according to pre
It will take xeteral monthi to tn
spoct all the dairy cows In the Tor.
rltory under tho tales and regulations
of United States Department of Agri
culture, hut tlio herds on Kauai arc
already freo Irom tuberculosis.
As to the amount of tubercular cows
being found In tho tests so far mailo
no figures arc available but will bo
given out at tho time tho tests arc
completed mid every cow has been ex
amined. Tho part men t officials state.
however, that much less dlscaso has
been found than was expected when
tho work was undertaken.
SAM DWHiHT SAYS HE
it "I will ho ready to stato my St
tS iHisltlon on tho question, of pro- it
hlbltlon In July," declared Sam
H Dwlght this morning. "I ngrco tt
tt with the statement of Hanntor tt
it Ijino but do not feel prepared to.tt
tt glvo my personal views Just yet. tt
tt I will he ready In July. tt
tt Tha statement of John C. l.ano tt
tt that Mr. Dwlght has referenco to tt
tl was published In tho Dullotln tt
tt on Juno 3rd and Is tho strongest tt
tt opposition to tho Indorsement of tt
tt Wool ley legislation that has boon tt
tt voiced from any quarter. tt
tt Tho Indorsement by Dwlght tt
tt adds nuothcr Hawaiian American tt
tt to tho roll of those who go on tt
tt record ns being opjiosccl to tlio tt
tt sacrifice oft tho existing liquor law tt
tt and the enactment of prohlbl- tt
tt tory legislation. tt
IN MAHUKA SITE
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tho Treasury Department until tho
letter was reccled from McClcl
Ian by Preildent Fred Wuldron of tho
Acting Coventor Mott-Smlth stated
this morning that ha knew nothing of
thu reputed pihle being received.
The following letter from tho Dele
gare to Congress was read nt this
afternoon's meeting of tho Chamber
Washington, I). C. May 21. 1910.
The Chamber of Commerce, Honolulu,
Dear Sirs: I nm In receipt of onr
cablegram of yesterday making call
mnto of the probable cost of condemn
ing the remainder of the Mnhuka
block for use as u Federal building
Tho occasion of my Inquiry Is that
tho architect reports that he is uti
ablo to build a satisfactory building
that will house all of Iho departments
on the ground area already acquired.
I was called Into conference by tho
Sccretnry of the Treasury, who sug.
gested that I sound tho Hcntlment of
Congress as to tlio possibility of ac
quiring tho remulnder of tho block.
Of courso tho additional cost Is ery
heavy considering tho sUo of our city
mid It will bo oxtrcmely dinlcult to
secuto iho additional sum. For that
reason I niado my cablo "confiden
tial," becauso I did not want It as
sumed that there was a probability of
our getting this carried through. On
the other hand I realised that the se
curing of tho other half of tho block
would make posslhlo a beautiful and
monumental building In tho very
heart of the cjty. For that reason I
shall moke heroic efforts to put
through soma proposition to secure
thn remainder of the block.
It must bo realized that this will
bo very difficult In view of tho fact
that wo have already secured morn
than doublo for 'tho Honolulu build
ing what Is allowed for a similar city
on the mainland but It may bo possi
ble, by the special aid of our friends
In Congress to achieve this very do
Very truly yours,
Delegate to Congress.
THE nOAD TO WAIANAE'IO BAD.
Sixteen taxpayers nnd residents
nlongiha road leading from Walanas
to Honolulu have petitioned tho city
and county fathers' for relief, Thoy
cl.ilm that tho road Is. almost Impass
able. They ask an appropriation of
I four Ihousniul dollas to place It In
I repair Thoy may got It provided at
I soiiio future time tlio city1 and county
has sufficient funds,
Oiaduntloii books, a largo nwoit
mint Just recoiled, sonio ory choleo,
Ilrown ft I.J'on Co., Ltd.
locln Audiews was today'' Indict
ed for murder In the first degree by
the grand Juiy and was arraigned be
lli ro Judge Cooper at 2 o'clock this
Andrews U cha.'gcil with, having
killed ono Alexander (lamer, who
died on May 18 flo days after tho
wounds wcio Inflicted by tlio defend
ant. narry Lake, who w'is on tho c'n"or
states that the crime was committed
nt ttlcliards C.iinii on May IT. An
drens was passing by, making Mima
nolfc, when (lamer, partially Intox
l.tcd, came out and told him to stop
using u string of oaths and applying
to Andrews several llo epithets.
Andrews Is mid to hno picked up
n large stone mid thrown It r.t Oar
nor, striking him on the head and
Inflicting a scrlnus wound.
(iurncr came to Honolulu and aft
cr bclhg around for n day or two
died on May 18 fropi the wound In
his lie.id Indlrtctl by thn stone.
As Andrews, Is without menus.
l.tnilro Conner apii"lilloil l.eou Strain
to defond him. He will plead to the
cnaigo next Friday.
ask roi: Mini rs i.
Petitions continue to come before
the city nnd county aupcrUors ask
ing for nitdlloniil street lights In out
er districts, list ovcnlng a mini her
of signers wero found to a petition
coming from residents -of Ninth nui
nue, I'nloto, Kalmnkl. They want n
ureet light and tho matter will re
echo attention as soon ns money la
SIICOM) ltlMDIMI Flllt
Tho plumbing ordinance Introduced
before tho city mid county Hoard of
Supervisors by Member Aylelt has
to pass but ono more reading to be
come, a law.
Tho measuro came up befnro tho
iminlclplc lawmakers Inst evening
and was pasted nt second reading.
Bulletin Business Ofilcc Phone 253
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185
Itusslmi Journalist wants a partner
wllli Willie money In open a Hits
Han newspaper 87 Klilg street.
S. Otishcwsk). K.IO nt
No Preset vatives
In Our Cream
Special care to keen
it cold and protect it
from contamination as-
sure ample keeping
THE POND DAIRY. t
1129 Fort St.
FINE ROUS AND BUNS.
BOSTON BAKED BEANS.
BOSTON BROWN BREAD.
BEST HOME-MADE BREAD IN
Itine nn 107
HENRY MAY & CO.
0U always get
at PALM. CAFE
FOR YOUR OR00ERIES, SEE
AMERICAN BROKERAGE CO.
03-05 Kintr Street, near Maunakea
Phone 201 Daily Delivery
HAWAIIAN FISHERY, LTD.
King Street Fish Market
I PHONE 605,
CI0AR NOW 5o
M. A. QUNST & CO.
WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd.
i , i .:
NEW and UP-T,0:DATE
NEW STOCKS LATEST DEVICES
ASSOCIATED OARAGE, LTD. Auto Supply Department
This morning theio was a big addi
tion made to tho livestock of the Ter
ritory when tlio Lurllno arrived In
port. Among tho animals that wero
landed were some fine specimens if
blooded stock, and ono horse Intend
ed for A. Terry Is a beautiful crea
ture Hlght other horBcs wero nlso
landed, and thoy aro for tho Alexau
der nnd llaldwln plantations. i
Tho Schumnn Co. also received
eight horses and thlrty-slx mules by -the
Lurllno, and T. C. Davles and J.
F. Colburn had two and" ono, tcspeq
tlvely, dellvored to them.
Several head of cows and bulls also
arrived and Mr, Swanzy had ono milch
cow and two thoroughbred bulls sent
out to him. Two othor well bred m
cows wero for IMrtcr and they nro p
fine looking animals, i
Manufactured from pure distilled vta.
er. Delivered to any part of city by
Oahu Ice & Electric Co.,
Kewalo. Telephone 528.
Delivered to residence
and offices at 25c, per
hundred, in 10-lb. lota
W. O. DARNHART,
133 Qerchant St.,
2T""For Rent" cards on tale nt
the Bulletin office.
Cream Pure Rye
LOVE JOY AND 0 0.
THE 0RPHEUM BURNED
IS STILL ALIVE
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
All the Go
"BULL" GINGER ALE '
RYCROFT'S FOUNTAIN SODA
HAWAIIAN SCDA WORKS
' Phone 310
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