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P ( fl EVENING BOI.fcETIN. HONOLULU. T H WEDNESDAY. JULY fi, 1910
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I I Stearns Eiccfric In Drafting
:; MRAT and ROACH Paste Ordinance
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adleedeilcruilnftior ' mryuhtH.
ftiAKKf lucimc pir coMPtNr, chicaoo. illinou
Go ye therefore into the land
of Kaimuki, and say Ihou untp
Mr. Pessimist, that I shall buy a
lot and profit thereby, and upon
that lot shall I build a house, and
in that house shall I dwell, high
above the sea, and enjoy the Koko
Head breeze forever more.
Kaimuki Land Co., Ltd.
OPEN ALL YEAR
The Scenic Attraction of California
A valley of great b:auty and grandeur, unique in iti
assemblance of iheer walls of great height, imposing peaks,
and the number of its stupendous waterfalls.
Now Reached by Rail A Quick,
Daily train service, from Merced to the Park Line, con
nects at Merced with Southern Pacifio and Santa Fe.
0. W. LEHMER. Traflb Manager. Y. V. R R.. Merced. Cal.
If It's Paint
AftD YOU WANT A GOOD JOB, SEE ME TOM SHARP
Sharp SigjstS ..
ARE SEEN EVERYWHERE
PHONE 397 ELITE BUILDING
W. C Peacock & Co., Ltd.
MONT ROUGE WINES
THE WINES OF CONNOISSEURS
We deliver to all parts of the city t'vice daily,
FAMILY TRADE A SPECIALTY
WE GUARANTEE OUR GOODS
i BE DOUBLED
Kluhty thoiiHam MriHfiul (if fort)
thuUHnnii unsoii of nlnonmili-i lnlrn will
vrt .... , ,'..::
uj iniiiiii u iuu jiuwHiniu riiieuppiu
roducts Computiy, tho winter S"a-
son being used to bottle it largo quan
tity of tho julco.
This number of cases wilt contain
two million bottles uud thu decision
to go into tho bottling tuoro exteu
slvely tins come fro.n tip luctuttsed
duinand for the ptodutt at homo nnd
tho mainland especially
in the I
east where It Is bulns Inoined nt At
Leave Hawaii Promootion Committee Headquarters
MONDAY. WEDNESDAY and FHIDAY 10:30 a. m Pali; 3 p. ra
Moanalua or Punchbowl,
-ft TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY 10:30 a. m aiuund
Diamond Head; 3 p. m., Pali.
SUNDAY 10;30 a. m Pali; 3 p. m around Diamond Head.
, , CHARGE PER PASSENGER, $1
?! Cats can be hired for special occasions', For further particulars
m Hawaii Pi'oinotion Committee
Honolulu Power Wagon Co,, Owners, Office and Garage, South
I'tutle Clt by tho Tromotlon Com
mittee. In the regular cases tho company
puts twelve quart bottles, twenty-four
pints, thirty-six half pints nnd seven
ty two singles or sninples.
Nearly ull tho stock of tho com
pany which will ho placed on tho
market hns already bean disposed of,
and tho remainder may be withdrawn
In h few days.
Kim Hung Kcw. who wnsiatU'Bcil
to be n pick pocket, and wlro'was
sud to hau. mado u light linger
touch from a Japanese was, tin the
renui'st of the iiiiisecutloii, givMn a
Mispcudod sentence nn tho condition
Ihat Ik got woik somewhere.
Import talent may he employed by
tin' City nml County Supervisors tu
ar.slHt in the proper drafting of the
piop.jiml building oidlnnnco. ,
This mcasutc Inn been under con
stdctntlnn fur r,onie moiit hx. It Is the
iiuli'oine of mueli ngltatlon brought
about iIiiuiikIi n largo numlier of
llltiis ooin.triirtc;! IjiiIUIiinii 'which
hit 1 1' licen going up In "ChIiutown,"lconst encasnd In rubber ban with
( hairnimi McClclau of the Ways
nml Means Cnminlllea was asked last
etenlnc ri'KardliiK tin inKrsss mnilo
In iliiiftliiR the nrdlnaticc nnd tin has
repotted to his colleaKiies on the
Hoard Hint he hoped to hate, tho regu
lation ready for the SnpmlKnr. with
in ii few weeks.
In order to nsslst tho members of
the conunltteo in Us preparation,
member (Jiilnn niKgestcil that nn up
pioprtutloti of two hundred dollars
be votnl to cover thq cost of employ
ing experts to cooperate with tho
committeemen. Qulnn's recommenda
tion appeared - satisfactory to tho
I Hoard and some help will ho requir
ed in the compilation and also in
typowrltlitK the new law.
I.oan took tho stand tbit beforn
tho btillillMK ordinance was finally
whipped Into shape, a delcRatlon of
local c'otitt actors and builders be In
llcd tu sit with the itoard and parti
cipate In n discussion of the measure.
It Is more than likely that such u
I meetlnK will bo arranged between
the City and County lawmakers and
the carpenters nnd builders who nro
most ltnlly concerned In tho passngo
of tho ordinance.
AcoidlUK to member McClellan
the ordinance as It now stands goes
Into very fulsome detail nnd Is n do
cument of over two hundred type
written pages. It Is feared that tho
present draft Is entirely too cumber
some for a city the slio of Honolulu.
Since tho original draft .was made
the committeemen hnvo been looking
over ordinances from n number of .
cities on the mainland nnd have about
come to tlio-conclusion tnni a goon .
deal might bo eliminated from tho
roiiosed Honolulu building ordinance
without impairing Its valuo in tho
It Is tho Intention of tho commit
tee to go over the ordinance again
and ns n result of tho research con
siderable pruning tuny follow.
McClellan states that tho ordlnanco
will be ready for further considera
tion by the Hoard wltlifu a ery short
JO BE BUILT
New nnd Imprnvo tuachlnory for
can making Is to be Introduced by
American Can Company which will
build n factory for this machinery
thus Increasing Its output consider
General Manager J. M. Young has
Just returned fiom tho coast and Is
planning tho new fuctory, removal
from tho building of I'lnoapplo Pro
ducts Company nt Iwlel being mado
its soon as thu new structuro Is com
pleted. This removal will glvo both com
panies moro room to hnnd'o their
business, nnd tho now Im'.lillni; will
bo orectcd on land near the present
location owing to convenient transpor
tations facilities there.
AWAITS CITY FATHERS
The Improvement of the grounds
surrounding tho Mausoleum nwnlts
the action of the city ui:il county
road board, which has been notified
by Mnrston Campbell that tho bodice
of the sovereign chiefs have been re
moved to a permanent vault nnd that
within a short time u new shaft
would be dedicated. ,-
Campbell asks that the fence be
moved back to tho new line on Nttu
ami uveutte. As soon ns this Is done
tho Uepnrtmont of Public Works is
ready to lepalr and repnlut the fence
und luyt u curb. .
FIHE .CHIEF. THURSTON
..-J. i 'GETS FA3Y WAOON
Klro Chief 'riiurston can now res
pond to u call o dull by means, of a
fust wagon, .tho liend of Ihg Hotio
lulu flro. department idckcd out a Mvo
scaled nutomoblla this 'morning which
Is said will cut off tho miles In sur
pt thing stylo when tho siren sounds
it call for tho department. Chief
Thurston wns authorized to spend
JU00 for the machine. Ho Is ns hai
py as a boy with his first tin ptutod
wnlch. ' Tho auto Is predicted will
save many hundieds of dollars on
wear and tear on horno llesh and
equipment. An extinguisher and hoo
will bo Installed In tho unto.
Oo Into Wall. Nichols Co. Ltd., and
Jitht ask to bio some of the duo so
cloty and cqrresiKmdenco paper they
Moving Story Published
In Middle West
Hack in the mlddlu nest Hawaii
Is only n plague spot on tho map
whero undesirable nml luciiralilo ills
oases aio tnken caro of.
Columliln City. ludlnnn, Conmierclal
Moll dcscrlhes the heiirtreuilliiK sight
of twenty or pioro Chicago depart
ment Kioto girls who had contracted
leprosy ww being shipped to thu
only their heads piotrudlng for trans'
portallon to Hawaii.
Tho story would bo ludicrous wero
It not pathetic and the mind which
conceived tho description of "tha poor
girls struggling to save themselves
from banishment on n lonely island
In tho I'aclflc" Is worthy of n better
The story with Its head ns It ni
pcnicd In tho paper named follows:
Twenty-Nine Girl Lepers Transported
"Tho apprehension of n number of
Whitley county jnnng lndlen over
the danger of contracting leprosy
from wearing rats, puffs, turbans, etc.,
has now recehed another and addi
tional Increase Just ns It hud begun
to wear off.
"This Inst cnuso for anxiety on the
part of the rnt bearers is a letter
front -Mrp. Will Ileatty, of. Minneap
olis, Minn., to her cousin, Mrs. Lot
tie McConnell, of Sidney. In tho letter
Mrs. Ileatty drscrlhed tho horrible
nnd heart rending sight sho witnessed
recently in Hint city.
"Twenty young girls from Chicago,
snld to bo fiotn big department
stores, flvn morn from Minneapolis
and four from St. I'aul. were being
hustled to the const to take passago
for tho Hnwallan Inlands nnd becomo
members of the lcier dolotiy.
"Tho letter goes on to state that
each girl wns completely shrouded In
n rubber bag. only their heads being
permitted to protrude. Mrs. Bcntty
lives otttsldo tho city of Minneapolis
and happened to bo In town the day
ti, young womon ero being trans-
K)rtf d and attracted by tho crowds
followed to .the scene.
"She declatvd she nfterwnnl regret-
if.,j nint oho .had been u witness to
tho departure of tho poor girls, for
tlii'r struggles to snvo themselves
from banishment tho remainder of
their natural lives tn u lonely Island
In tho mlddlo of the Pacific, sur
rounded only by thoso who wero llko
unfortunates, wns pathetic In tho ex
treme nnd their anguished cries as
they parted from native land and lov
ed ones was hcart-teardlng.
"It Is declared Hint tho gltls who
first contracted tho disease wero em
ployed In making tho puffs, rats, etc..
from hair which had been Imported
to this country from foreign Innds.
"When tho contents of the letter
became known It South Whitley, ev
ery woman aiid'giri in mn ini"
Ing community took It tip and now
the wearing of rats Is said to be ta
booed by nil nllke"
BUSY MONTH FOR
Notwithstanding the fact that somo
doubt nppeared to exist In the minds
of certain member of tho Hoard of
Sunervlsors concerning tho proper
title that should bo uttuChed to llulld
Ing nnd Plumbing Inspector Mlchl
stein, that official has kept going nt n
pretty lively pace dm Ing the month of
His report submitted to Mayor Forn
shows thut 94 planB wore Hied at his
olllco and tho snmo nuinbor of per
mits wero Issued. Inspections made
during the porlod numbered t"l und
311 llxtures wero installed to tho sat
isfaction of tho inspector. Tho re
ceipts for Juno totaled $lG2.fiO,
It Is understood that with tho pas
sage of tho proposed building ordju
unce Mlehlsteln will then bo given
the olllclal tltlo of Hulldlng Inspector,
thereby ci eating u scpuruto olllco,
Gamblers contlntto to lend us con
tributors to tho City mid County
Ilnances through, P61lc Court, chan
nels. According to 'a detailed teport
of tho work done by tha police fared
during tho month of June, Shcilff Wil
liam Jurrctt states that out of u total
of 319 arrests, 02 were discharged
while 2J0 were comlctcd.
The uriestB Included C7 Huwallans,
32 Chinese. U6 Junanese. 14 Portu-
1 guese nnd 71 of other nationalities.
One hundred and thirty-one arrests
upon u charge of gambling wore mado
and theso weie followed by G3 for us-
suul und battery, 20 for luicuny,
for vagrancy nnd 3 for burglury.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 250
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185
Mdtthcwman Decides To
Clear Up Old 'Estate
1III.O, Hawaii, July 1. JuJgn Mat
thenmnn of the Kallui Circuit Court'
Is doing some .Croat work In the mat
ter of calling to account a number of
administrators, executors, guardians
nnd others who are handling estates
In his jurisdiction. Since tlmo Im
memorial the manner In which es
tates have been handled tu Hawaii
has been n most slipshod one, nnd
murh injustice has been the result.
Jiidgo Mutthcwmnii recently decided
tn clean up matters of this kind In
bis own bailiwick, nnd appointed At
tomey Carl Smith amicus curiae for
The fur has already btgun to fly.
On his recent trip to Konn, Smith
appeared heforo court. Attomoy Ma
goon, of Honolulu, was one of thu
first to get In tho way of tho light
ning. He appeared as attorney for
John Makuahal, who was appointed
administrator of Hie estate of Solo
mon Ktialmokti on Mav 24, 19115, and
who had failed to file an Inu-ntory
or n petition for the nllowonco of
final accounts, although the law ro
quires that accounts must bo filed
within a yonr. f
' Smith was appointed nm'.cus curiae
lit this case for tho purisiso of In
vestigating matters ami bring the ad
ministrator before court. Ho obtain
ed tho Issuance of an order citing
the administrator to slinw cause why
ho should not fulfill his legal duties
forthwith. Miigoon criticized tho nc-'
tlnn of the Court in nprolrttlng an
nmlcim curiae, stating that In Hono
lulu tho practice wbb to havo tho I
clerk write n letter to tho ndmltUs-j
trntor Informing him of his delin
quency nnd thus bring him beforo tho
Mntthcwman's reply was quiet, but
had considerable sting to It. Ho told
Mngoon that ho was not advised of
the Honolulu practice, hut that ho had (
noted Magoon's criticism of tho nc-
Hon of the Third Circuit Judge. Tho
Couit need its discretion In all mat
ters where discretion was allowed It,
and tho method which had been foV .
lowed, had been adopted only after!
Tho Court ordered tho administra
tor to fllo nil iiecess-iry documents
lir-'iedlalelv. which ho did, and tho
amicus curiae was allowed a 10 fee.
Tho Court Indicated that ho Intended
charging this fee. ns well aj certain
other costs, against the administrator
personally on nccou it of lib fnlluro
to perform his duties.
In tho matter of the estnlo of C
Attn ibe Court issued nn order re-
..... , 1.- II nt Il.t.w.li.l.. tl-llM
qiuriiiK w. i. ii. " -
had been appointed administrator on
Oct. 31, l'JOG nnd bad mndo no show
lug since then, to show why ho had
not filed his accounts. Holmos. Stan
ley and Olscn nppnrod for tho nil
inlnlstratnr. A sworn return wns til
ed showing Hint tho estate was In-
vnive.i in litigation now pending In
tho Supremo Court, and that If this
tcsiiltcd adversely tn tho odiulntstrn
tor, nil the nssets would bo wiped out.
Tho Court held that this Bhowlng was
The next matter wns that of tho
estate of T. K. R. Amain, In which
Win. (1. Hooper bad been appolntol
executor Nov'. 4, 1807. Ashford ap
peared for Hooper, and showod that
tho administrator had given his ac
counts tn Mr. Maydwcll about a month
ago. Tho Couit gave him thirty days
In which to fllo his nccounts, nnd In
timated that ho would bo mulcted In
tho amount of his commissions In tho
estuto for his fnlluro tn perform hU
dtttlos, but left Hint matter until Inter
Mrs. Mnud Taylor, tho widow of
tho Into Win. Orlando 'Tuylor, haJ
been appointed temporary administra
tor of tho estate of hor htisbniid, Juno
27. IMG. She had llled tho will for
probate but had done nothing since.
Ashford appeared for her and gavo
guarantee that Bho would fllo nil ac
counts by July 27. and tho matter
was allowed to stand until then.
Thos. C. Whlto had been appointed
ndmlnlstrator of tho oatnto of Jns.
Kauhano on April 2, 1908, but had
not tiled an Inventory or accounts.
Tor u consideration of $151000 tho
Kentwell properties at Kalla, WUklk!
and Chinatown havo been sold to Mrs.
Sophie Crossaly, the reason for tho
salo being that tho fanner owner,
Mrs. Annlo K. Kentwell Is now resid
ing In England nnd the property Is
too far away for her to look out for.
Tho deal was negotiated through
Tient Trust Company.
Tho propel ty ut Wnlklkl lies be
twoeti tho Cusuldy and Ulckerton pro-
pertloa. nnd soveinl now cottages will
I3't hum upon it in tno near iiuuru.
Tho Chinatown part of tho propoity
consists of tl,070 square feet at tho
corner of Mnunnkea and Pauahl
Pure Sap Maple Syrup
The Genuine article In Pint and Quart Tins
J. M. LEW & CO.
Stocktaking is over and we will
dispose of all Remnants and
Sale Commences Thursday, June 30th
WASHABLE LAWNS. ,
38in. CHAMBRAiS ..
TABLE LINENS 30c. to $1 Yd.
BED SHEETS, all sizes
.75c. to $1.10 Ea.
INDIA LIN0NS....10c. to 30c. Yd.
AUTO VEILS COo. to $5 Ea.
SHIRT WAISTS v
In Ginghams, Silks, JVtulls. Lawns, Nets,
White, Ci'eam, Pink, Black, Blue, Ecru,
etc., from $1 to $7.50 each
$18 to $21 SUITS now $10.00
$12 to $14.50 SUITS now. . .
$10 to $12 PANAMAS now. .
A new line of PATTERN HATS jusf
received and now on display
Get Ready for the Fourth of July .
1 - -
L B. Kerr
SEERSUCKER GINGHAMS ,10o. Yd.
MADRAS SHIRTINGS 15c. Yd.
MERCERIZED RAJAH 20c. Yd.
t.iV . i .$1; to $2 Doz.
BEDSPREADS $1 to $4.60 Ea.
LINEN SUITINGS... 10c. to $1 Yd.
$3.50 to $0.50 Ea.
$15 to $17.50 SUITS now. . . .$13.50
$ 0 to $11.50 SUITS now. . . . 8.00
$ 5.50 to $7 WOOL PANTS
now , 4.75
& Co.. Ltd