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(3VBNIN i Htll.l.KriN, HONOLULU, T. II. PiUD'Y, JUNK 21, 1910.
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NEW STOCKS LATEST DEVICES
ASSOCIATED OARAGE, LTD. Auto Supply Department
For Four Weeks on
Complete Hat Stock
I02H Nnnsnn Rt
OPEN ALL YEAR
The Scenic Attraction of California
A valley of great b:auty and grandeur, unique in iti
nsscmblance of iheer walls of great height, imposing peaki,
and the number of iti stupendous waterfalls.
Now Reached by Rail A Quick,
Daily train service from Merced to the Park Line, con
nects at Merced with Southern Pacific and Santa Fe.
0. W. LEHMER. Traflh Manager. Y.V.It B... Merced. Cal.
"At Reasonable Prices "
Honolulu Wire Bed Co., Ltd.,
STORE CORNER ALAKEA AND KINO STREETS
FACTORY ALAPAI STREET
Every Member of the Family
WILL FIND USE FOR AN
EACH ONE CAN USE IT IN HIS OR HER OWN
ROOM, FOR IT CAN BE ATTACHED TO ANY LAMP
AND YOU WANT A GOOD
HAWAIIAN FISHERY, LTD.
King Street Fish Market
Electric Co., Ltd.
JOB, SEE ME TOM SHARP
ARE SEEN EVERYWHERE
FOR YOUR OROOERIES, SEE
AMERICAN BROKERAGE CO.
03 03 Klnu' Rtirr-t, near Mminultfi
rhune 201 Mhilly Delivery
San Francisco Hotels
Geary Street, above Union Square
Just oppositl ilottl St. FtSDClt ,
European P!ar. S1.60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish.
Ings cost $200,000. nighcUsshote!
at moderate rates. Centercf theatre
(erring allover city. Omnibus meets
all trains and steamers. Send for
booklet with map of San Francisco,
Ilotel Stewart now recognized as
address, "Tiawcts." ABC Code.
Thcic is nothing stale or
insipid or flat about any of
the beers, liquors or mixed
drinks served at the resort of
Honolulu's particular men
0. J. MCCARTHY, Proprietor
Corner Hotel and Bethel Sts.
Moonlight Dance at
Haleiwa next Satur
00 DOWN BY TRAIN
Sachs Block, Fort andBeretania Sts.
l-ine lurulsliti rooms, II per day
1)0 and upwards per mouth Splen
MRS. C. A. BLAISDELL. Prop.
First-Class Family Hotel
Best Bathing on the Beach
W. C. BEROIN. Prop.
We undeiiUad the science of modern filing
equipment sumaeotly to cxplua iu uia wh
out iscumng the risk of over lyitemitiung
Let ui show you how we imc it in our own
1F1ICE SUPPLY COMfAm
031 Fort Street
Fourth of July
fcky Ro:kcts, Roman Candles,
Fireworks in Cases
Fircwoiks of All Kinds
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
is the best typewriter mani
foldint; paper made.
Hawaiian News Co.,
FircworRs and Flags
A. B. ARLEIQH 4 CO.. LTD.
M-VV "Elajtic" Cabineti. I
1 , if Tim
Book 1 BooKsl Bookslir'T"' " '"'''"i '"1u, "
IIm'HIih iiiu fiirnUhed first iIuhh pus
r, . JKi'iixeiK mid an exlra ihuigu Is al
t wiH niaile fur xiiino
rtltOWN iv rVON no. LTD Mr KinM'il his fdiih iiiloil nil
Alexander Youiik UIJk, hIumk that lluuu Is un reiihim wli
A GLIMPSE OF
"Behind The Scenes" At
Opera House On
A glimpse behind the Beetles
be accorded c
cry lnltor at tlio Ilby,
Opera llouso on Salur-
nl llnuntlfilt ntint-n
dny when the popular Mcflao Stock I
j Company make their farewell appear-!
jnncc In the presentation of "Dorothy
Vernon of Haddon I lull," u sister
play to "When Knighthood Was In
There! are ery fov persona out
side of tho profession who posacHS an
adeqiiuto conception of tho nst
amount of executUc ability, coupled
with real hard work, that Is necessary'
to stago a production such as tho
Mcltucs 'lmo been putting on tho
local Bingo for tho delectation of Ho-I
nplulu playgoers I
Mr. Henry Mcltas announces that at'
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tho conclusion of tho first act, the
curtain will bo raised upon n baro
Then will follow tho rapid shifting
of scenery, tho lowering of drops, tho
setting of "backs" and "sldos."
Tho spectator will bo Initiated Into
all the little inattcrH Hint go to mako
up the setting of a si ago for tho prop
er presentation of an act.
They may bo spared tho somewhat
crusty and nt times highly spiced
comment from tho stngo manager
when ho employs language more forc
ible than polite In his endeavor to
speed tho lagging stago hand, but
nono of the. splca and dash that at
tenda u visit behind tho scenes of any
well regulated theater will bo lack
Tboso,who witness tho presentation
or "Dorothy -Vernon of Haddon Hall"
will nlso nolo tho rapidity with which
stage furniture and "props" are hust
led to their places and thereby com
plcto the picture to be set before the
Tho master hnnd of tho stage di
rector will bo seen lr ctcry move
The Mchncs will sail for San Fran
cisco by the first mailable transpor
tation to tho ''coast. They go to San
Francisco to open, for a season at
the Saoy. There will doubtless be
a bumper house to speed tho Mcltacs
a lousing farewell.
(Continued from Psfrc 1)
neil) Intlmuted that In his opinion the
matter of bringing the sto unship un
der tho Inter-state commcrco law was
a dead Issue for n long tlmo to conic-
He belle es that Congress' not onl
defeated the proposition hut took a
decided tuml In faor of the steam
ship umip.m) Ijj Ilia adaption of a
dec'nutlon against notr plnclng wa
ter transportation under tho control
of tho Interstate commercu commis
sion. "Tlio rnllwny rato bill has become
n Hw," stated Mr. Kenned. "but It
will not effect us In tho least. I was
on the ground practically all the time
that It was under consideration. The
bill went to conference with tho house
copy containing tho clause applying
tho Inter state rules and regulations
to water transportation In tho Hawai
ian Islands. Tho senate copy of the
hill contained a clauso calling for tho
piohlbltlon of tho application of In
terstate commcrco regulations to wa
ter transportation everywhere under
tho jurisdiction uf the 1'tderal govern
Mi. Kennedy learned that a won
derful assortment of misinformation
had Ron? on to Washington In regard
to the management nnd operation of
the Inter Island Htcamshlp service In
the Hawaiian Islands.
"That was a wirt of my mission
to tho national seat o( government."
staled Mr. Kcnnidy. "Tho statement
hud lie. en madu before tho CongreS
sjonal commltUcH that tho pasqengor
rates exceed 12 centB per mile. This
Is absolutely falso und only goes tu
show (he method being udupti.il by
thoso who are endeavoring to hmu
thu inter Htatu Commcrco law ap
piled to water traimportaUon hero.
J Insteud of tho passenger rates be
ing 12 rents per mile, they are just
about half that rato or within u frne
Hon of 1 cents per inllo, and In many
lutanc(H lower than that, as anyone
ran figure out for himself If ho will
tnko the trouble lo do bo, These
rales appl) In first-class passengers,
nnd one fact whUh seems to havu
been nvei looked, Is thai meals and
ln.rlliu nt.. Iti, lit Iw, I In lli,.u,t rut,, a
tlio Inter 8tnto Commorce law should
not be applied tn water transportation
nnj where and tlio pcoplo and govern
tnent or the United Stairs have atwas
been careful In see and to recognise
a clear distinction brtween rallrAid
and water transportation
In the first place It should be re
memebered, that although tho Inter
stnlo commerce law has been In op
eration dh to railroads for a Krcat
number of yonr's, It hna noer before
been applied to water transportation,
except where connection In made
with rallroadn nod n through rato of
freight established. Co'ngiess litis
recognised thU distinction for thu
past twenty-two cnrs. ' .
contention of t
ncdy round that tlio
contention of the mainland railway
iiniiaccrH nan lo thu i fleet that tho
Inter Island business here Is pracll-
eally that of, a lociLinllrtMd cnni1in.
Thi bellccd If thlTcompany had not
been phced under Iho Interstate com
merce lawn, and mndo to publish lit
rates and submit to Ihq conditions of
those taws, tho railroad company
would bo found entering thu slc-ini
ship business Itself tu liiHiiro intcs lo
if,, ovirlnnd shippers bejond their Isl
and terminal ports,
Tho railroad rompiio'a ntlltudo In f
tho matter Is said to be due to an
opinion that the Inter Island rales are
too high, and that the proposed I ok
f1 ru" ' - '"' -""
tlons to tho bencnt of settlers, small
I did nothing while away towards
thu Increase of the service between
Islnnd ports. We mij tnko tip the
matter of ordering n. now passenger
steamer nt another time, My trip to
Washington wna pitnlv n business
one. nnd I am sntlslled at tho wn
the matter terminated.
Mr. Kennedy declares Hint bo has
regained his health whllo awnv. Ho
left hero from a sick bed nnd tho trip
has proved very beneficial
Somo people hae as much fnlth In
wenthor reports as thoy hao In pat-
An Ohio man recently married for
tho socntccnth time. Ho evidently
hnB a corner on tho nmnlty market.
An honest palntor Is always truo to
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FOREMEN WHO ARE
HARDEST TO PLEASE
ADLER-ROCIIESTERS "ot ,Br me" wn" "'"' o1-1"'""!- tlothta "good enough."
Thoy are made for thoso who demand ull that Is pObBlblo In lit the best In styc, materials nnd wuilt
munshlii. And slnio 1809 they liuvo wer dls.ippolntod. Today thoj'ro wotn b tho fuBtldtous men of ax ua
lively guuueut In our stoik gives ample proof of these fiats.
You'll find nmpiiR them thBOJson'u most fushlonahlo shudes- -grays, blues o"d browns '" the finest
fahrlis, the handbouiest pattorus. a
A trip through the new Adler-Rochester plant Amerltu's Hnest lallorlug institution, where ion win
dows give light and air; whero vacuum clruners operate and tho ulr Is chai.ged every eight minutes; where
the artisans eniplojed wink umld Ii" na lomforts nnitld iniiko uu foratri a lonvort to Adler.Rocheter
Tho trin may be impossible, but you can sec the RESULTS of these Idcnl conditions in our stores Tny
us n visit today, ,
L. B. KERR fe CO.
In All Colors, ,
$12.50 to $27.50
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