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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, June 19, 1910, 3:30 EDITION, Page 3, Image 3',
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BVEN1N0 BULtETINi .HONO'.nHJ. T. H.i MONDAV..iUNE2n, 1910, i
NEW WASH RUCHINQS By the yard, in White and
Cream; rto CHIFFON RUCHINGS, in White, Black and
SILK EMBLEMS Stars, Bars, Eagles and Anchors; in
Red, White and Blue.
NEW WINDOW DRAPERY Art Etomine. Very at
tractive designs and colorings. 25c. yard.
RIBBONS The Moire Antinque; all silk, beautiful
quality; 5a inches wide. 45c. yard, pfcrv swell for hair
fWo can-" the celebrated DE BEVOISE BRASSIERE
BUST SUPPORTERS.In two qualities 50c. and $1.
New LINGERIE DRESSES, new LINGERIE WAISTS,
new LINEN DUST COATS, new WASH SKIRTS In
White and Colors.
LADIES' RAIN COATS In Cravencttc and Silk, all
fresh, cris- Roods.
Corner Fort and Berctania
4 W. t 4
THE ORIGINAL AND GENUINE
Horlick's Malted Milk
is tile most delicious, nourishing food-drink known for
the anaimic, the debilitated and the dyspeptic. So easily
and promptly digested that it agrees with the weakest
stomach. It is simply a pure food, invigorating and
It is pure, rich milk, with the extract of malted grain,
in powder form, soluble in water. A nourishing drink is
prepared in a moment by stirring vigorously in water, hot
or cold. Unequalled as a food for infants, invalids and
nursing mothers. Endorsed b'y physicians everywhere.
Samptei Ire to PhyilcUni Mid Drui'f'Uts.
At all Druggists.
HORLICK'S MALTED MILK COMPANY, Raolnt, Wit., U. S. A. ,
lias increased Our business so that new quarters are
necessary. The most modern French' ideas in construction
of a hand laundry are incorporated in our new buildin?.
777 King Street, near Alapai Tel 1491 .
I Nicelle I
Olive Oil I
I Best by test I
I Ask your Grocer for it I
Special Neckwear Sale for This
" , Iimil QRADE SILK FOUR-IN-HAND
". Secular 75c. and $1 Ooods Sold for 60c.
ALL KINDS OF NECKTIES AT 'CUT PRICES
See Our Window Disnlay
" New Lines of MEN'S and BOYS' BATHING SUITS in
- Wool and Cotton.
YEE CHAN & CO.,
Cor. King and Bethel '
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co.,
Office Queen Street, next to Inter-Island Co.'s Office
Streets Opposite Fire Station
J. Abadie, prop.
Are what you want in your fuel, and
what you get in the COAL and WOOD
TIIK DESMOND SISITKItS AXO
Trio Appearing This Wo-k
Among tlio pnssengers wlio arrived
here by tho Wllliolmlna on Its Inst
trip wero tho"" Desmond Slstors und
Mr. Sherman Thompson, who i pen to
night In singing nnil danrlng at the
Park Theater During tho oyago
here, these threo :uidevlllo urllsts
gae a performance on tho Wilhel
mlna and secured Immjdhlo atten
tion among their fellow iiur.tciigers.
At the time, It wns suggested by olio
of tho passengers that thoy ttiko up
u collection, and try to reserve the Ho
nolulu house where tno Dosniimda
and Thompson were to piny fo." the
opening night. Dils w.ns done uni
when they reached Honolulu, arrange
ments were made with .Manage Coti,?
don to keep a portion of tro rescnid
section of hlfl house for tho Wll'icl
minu passengers. They will be thorn
In n. body tonight for tho i'rst how
and only a limited iitimbe of tlckots
will be sold until .after 8:20 p. m.
This new act nt tho I'ark nnnoit well
recommended. Mr. Thompson lieli.g
the author of a liumhc. o coot. sonss
which he sings to us to carry you
back to tho old plantation.
Carl Wallner, a hu 1 over from iho
last week's bill, will ;le some lare
Imitations and sing somy uctv sou:;.
So,jtny CunWs orchestra will furn
ish goodjiiuslc as usual. The fenturo
dim tonight will deal with the life of
.MUSICAL COMEDY AT KMI'ME.
Tonight nt the Empire, Iloyal and
Klllott will present u musical comedy
ON HARBOR LINES
(Continued from Page 1)
this Iniormation he wrote to the Sec
rctary of War, pointing out that it
would, ncern undesirable to let this
wharf, be constructed ns an jndepeii-i
dent thing, while It would bo better to
hnvo tho harbor lines determined.
Thero was some delay In Washington,
but the week previous Major Win
slow had received a reply from tho
Secretary of War, who authorized him
to go ahead with tho determining 'of
Major WInslow had decided to hold,
a public meeting at which nil thojQ
Interested in tho harbor lines could
be present and express their Ideas on
tho subject. lie had chobcn Thurs
day, July 14, on account of tho fact
that In that week both tho Wllliol.
mlna and the Mnuna 'Ken would ar
rivo here, giving Honolulu people wlia
might want to nttond tho meeting a
chanco to tuko either boat, Tho ipott.
ing would bo hold at 2 o'clock in tho
afternoon. t Major WInslow asked
Judge Parsons If ho would allow the,
courtroom to be used for tho purposo,
Ho had, ho added, "received offers for
the uso of nthor halls, but tho govern
ment desired, whenever it was posrfl.
hie, to hold such meetings In govern
ment buildings, Judgo Parsons an
sored that tho courtroom could hi
used for such a purpose nt nny lltno
the Major wished to have It.
Major WInslow stated that all thme
directly Interested In tho, harbor micli
as owners of watorfiont property
steamship companies, and others would
lecelve formal notice, nf the meetlim,
but every i.HSzen was welconio to at
tend and to offer suggestion1). Be
fore Ihn meeting wan hold miqn would
bo propnrod In Honolulu which would
nt tho I'ark,1 Theater.
net full of singing and dancing for
the first time in Honolulu. Since Miss
Kllloft's recent Illness this clever duo
hnvo confined themselves to present
ing playlets, but now tbnt sho has re
gained her strength they will glvo tho
Umpire patrons somo real musical
comedy. All the songs sung will bo
Mr. ftoynl's latest, nnd the iuero fnct
that he wrote them Is suluclcnt proof
thnt they will bo nn Immenso lilt.
There seems to bo no limit to this
team's wonderful versatility and tho
packed housos at every performance
show that Honolulu knows when they
havo really clever entertainers. Tho
rest of tho program will bo changed
and those fortunato enough to securo
scats will see a first class show at
Kmplro pricey The motion picture
subjects will be "Humbling With
Dentil," "Spr-iE Has Come," "When
Woman HutcsVA Grave' Disappoint
ment," nnd "Taming Hulls For Fight
at fin: .ove!,ty
Probably one of tho largest crowds
that ever attended a motion picture
show In Honolulu wus that ut thel
Xovelty Saturday night .It wan Ja'n
mid to the doors. This will bo the last
week of the Howard sisters, ttlio
have, without doubt, proven iv grout
drawing card Tonlniit thero will Uo
an entire change of program of pic
tures nnd vaudeville, the former hav
ing been especially lertod to suit
the tasto of tho pajrons of tha Novel
ty On the Sierra in Friday thero
will bo new talent for the ftowdty.
show tho proposed harbor lines. Theso
fillips would, Iiowomt, serve only us
a basis for discussion and thero would
bo nothing dellnlto about tho lines
which thoy showed. It was probablo
that the lines would be druwifmoro
or less parallel with the coast line,
and that they would extend from the
Walluku river to tho breakwatcr. A
copy of thin tentative map would be.
sent to llllo somo time before tho
meeting was held' In order that the
people here might get an' Idea of
what was proposed.
The harbor lines would In no case
extend beyond the beach, nor would
they In nny case Interfere with tho
property rlghlB of owners of water
front property. They would merely
show how far put, wharves cojild bo
built, but tliere would be nothing to
compel Iho building of wharves or
which would otherwise disturb tho
Major WInslow stated that tho
breakwater was making satisfactory
progress. Nothing could bo said about
when iho noxt appropriation would be
available. An Item of $200,000 for
tho breakwuter was Included In the
HI vers and Harbors bill, and the bill
had now gone In, iho conforenco com
mittee. The, Item hud, however, pass
ed both tho Senate and tho House,
and tho conferenco committed there
fore liad no power to change or ollm
Innto It. As a consequence this amount
would bo nvnllable as soon as tho
Illvors mid Harbors bill pnssod. When
this was done projects for tho next'
piece of brenkwator construction would
be made, when, these had been ap'
proved, by tho authorities at Wash'
Ingtnn, specification's would be draft'
d, and, ns soon ns these; had been
approved In Washington, hlds would
bii called for
Major "WInslow stated that Super
Inlendent nf Public Works Mnrston
Campbell would be present at tho pub.
lie meeting to bo held hero. As a
mailer of fort, the cominuulf Is much
InlerOHlod In Iho attitude which Cniiip
I bell will tako In tho mailer, ns this
Another Pair if
Yours Don't Wear
THAT'S what happens if WUNDERHOSE should
fail. They are WARRANTED TO WEAR THREE
MONTHS without darning. They are made of the
softest, most elastic wearable yarn ever woven into
socks- The combined strength of WUNDERHOSE
thread is hard to overcome by even strenuous wear.
The toes, heels, and soles are reinforced with linen,
thread. They, come in light weights in all the new
shades and tan and black.
$1 per box of four pairs
bears nmro or )css directly on the
plans of the administration In regard
to tho illcposal of tho government land
which runs all the wny fjom Walakea
to the breakwater! nnd beyond. Thero
nro n number, of people who havo
leased government land In Iho Itecd's
Hay section, who nro ory anxloipi tn
buy their holdings from the govern
ment, while thero are many others
who would like tn acquire lots along
tlie strip of land nil this sldo ,jif tho
broakwntcr. Whenever thesp proposl
tlons have been taken up, Campbell
has Invariably answered that nothing
could be done until tho harbor lines
had been determined. While, as Ma
jor Wfnslow states, tho hnrbor lines
will not In any way affect the beach
property rights; It Is ovldent that they
will have considerable effect on Camp
bell's plans In regard to the govern
ment Innd, which prcsyihably Include
the setting aside of cerjalh portions
thereof for wharf and warehouso sites,
as well as for roads to lead to the
THIEF MAKES BIG
Yesterday morning tho Wahlno
Kapu Club was ontcred, nnd valu
ables und cash to the amount of
S400 fctolen. It Is thought thutvtho
rooms wero entered between the
hours of 4 and f In the morning nnd
that the thief, or thieves, wont
through nl tho, apartments that!
woro left umocKeu.
None of the members of the club
missed their valuables tin. the nft
ernoon, and the first Intimation or
tho robbery was when ,ouo of tho
hoarders could not find his purse.
This aroused tho other members, and
soon it was found that tho iiouio
had been gone through.
Watches, stlfk pins, r(ugs, quff
buttons and cash had been gathered
In by the thief, and among tho vic
tims were Merle Johnson, Martin
drune nnd Victor Hurtl, Tho for
mer did not miss his watch till ho
got to Fort Shatter, where ho went
lo tako part In n shooting mutch,
Chlof of Dotectlves JIcDufllo start
ed to work on tho robbery, case ' bb
soon as ha got word of tho affnlr,
and ho has a clue that may lead In
the arrest of tho thief. The fact
thnt a pair of Japanese slippers
wero found outsldo tho house, Is
thought to ho a blind put thero to
divert suspicion from tho real thief
BILL OF COSTS
Mary Winston has filed her bill of
costs in tho dlvorco suit recently
brought against her by her husband,
B. C. Winston of this city.
The hill, nmounts lo Jl (14.50, n
which lino Is the expense Incurred
In coming from San Francisco t"
Honolulu to defend the suit.
Jeffries' wind pleases his trainer.
Ills pre'ss agents also show superior
ity In that line. Chicago News.
The mun who ran bottle up a lit
tle tuinshliie for n rainy tiny Ih si
corUer, riillndelnhln Itecord,
Details of Contest That
Has Been In Court
Hllo. HnwnH, June H- W '.1W2
Churles Notley .the fnher. of tho
Homo Rule leader, died. .. :
Last Wednesdny 'tho executors wero
flnnlly discharged nnd tho estate
wound up by nn ordur'by Jtdgd Tur-J
sons. Tins marks tho end of the lit
igation which has been rnglng for tho
past eight years, on Ilnwnll, in Hono
lulu and In Washington.- - .
Tho order shows thnt the executors
mudo their accounts showing- thatimi
March 10 thero remained In tl.olr
hands a balance of 118,827.51, and the
uccounts arc approcd. Tho execut
ors, are ordered to pay n fee of 1200
to tho master, costs of court In tho
stun of $107.55, whllo thoy nro al
lowed I24I.C0 for nttorney's fecB, all
of which sums nro to bo deducted
from the balunco mentioned ubovo.
Tho executors nro further Instruct
ed to collect from Melo K. Notley, the
widow of tho decedent, tho sum of
$10,098.60, this being a third of the
expense of tho administration of tho
estate, legal expenses In connection
with tho will contest, bills of tho es
tate, maintenance and taxes nnd oth
er expenses In connection with the
homestead. Upon payment of this
sum the executors, are to deliver to
tho widow five hundred shares of the
Hnmakua Mill Co., which have been
held by them ns security for this pay
Tho executors must also collect
from i:mmu Dariford the sum of
2ir8.2f, this tiring two-thirds of the
expenses in connection with the main
tennnce, taxes and other expenses of
the homestead. They must ulso col
lect from Hmmn Danford nnd pay
over to tho Territory tho sum of
11983.35, which Is tho Inhei-.tniicu lax
nx appraised by tho m.iHter
Finally tho executors nro Instructed
In (U liver to tho trusties of th'1 "8-U-u.
Ctcil Ilrown nnd Ar'...'.v I.U-
i;:.lo. the sum nf JtK,27$.2i, :ir me..
tloned above, und also Ihn Minis of
$16,0118.60 nnd $2158.26, amounting to
u total of $66,535,16, as well tu nil
other property remaining In their
Tho executors were reprchentod In
court by Judgo Stanley, while the
Notley family was represented by Mr.
Andorson, of the firm of Kinney, Hal
loo, l'rosser mid Anderson.
, 185 editorial rooms 350 bull.
iiceo otrice. These are the telephone
numbers of the 0 u 1 1 e t n office.
In Our Cream
Special care to keen
it cold and protect it
from contamination as
inre ample keeping
THE F0NB DAIET.
Manufactured from pure distilled wat
er. Delivered to any part of city by
Oahu Ice & Electric Co.,
Kewalo. Telephone 523.
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25c. per
hundred in 10-lb. lots
W. O. BARNHART,
133 Derchant St.,
THE 0RFHEUM BURNED
IS STILL ALIVE
FOE SALE AT ALL BARS
Cream Pure Rye
LOVEJOY AND 0 0.
All the Go
"BULL" OINOER ALE
RYCROFT'S FOUNTAIN SODA
COCA-COLA REFRESHES igl
Bottled by Jjl
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS jfi
Phnnn Bin -jEj
irssr-Tor Rent" cnnls on r7len? W
the Dtilletln office, ' Bjt
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