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RVRXINO IlM.LETIN, HONOM'M'. T t!.. SATriWAY, JULY ifi. 1310.
To have a FIRE EXTINGUISHER in
Mr. Thomas Hollinger's house at Kap
iolani Park was saved through the
thoughtfulness of his daughter and the
use of an extinguisher.
If it hadn't been for the Fire Extin
guisher the house would have un
undoubtedly been in ashes.
Protect yourself by buying a BADGER FIRE
EXTINGUISHER before a fire visits you.
J. A. Gilman, agent
Go ye therefore into the land
of Kaimuki, arid say thou unto
Mr. Pessimist that I shall. buy a
lot and profit thereby, arid 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.
The Improve Tunjrsten lamp
The trade mark that guarantees the highest standard
of quality in metal filament lamps.
Enunts the STIRLING mark on silverware.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Honolulu Institute for Physiotherapy
' CORNER DERETANIA AND RICHARDS STREETS P. 0. BOX 410
W Open From 8 A. M. to 7 P. M.. ExccDt Sunday
f A-Ilays. Men Frequency (U'ArsonvaliMtion). Elcctr o Lieht-Bath.
Electric Four Cell-Bath. Electric SitzBath, Fintcn-Licht, Therapeutic
lamp (Violet Hays). Electric Massage (Vibrator); Turkish, Russian, Va
per. Pine Needle, Nauhcim Carbonic Acid and Oxygen or Medicated
Baths; Galvanization, Earadization, Electrolysis (Epilation), Cataphore
sis, Endoscopy, Cauterization, Mcchano-Gymnastic, Massage, etc., etc.
0. B. STRAUB, M. D. Telephone
Medical Management 237
M. H. DORSSIN
We have just received from the S. S. Wilhclmina a
Splendid Line made up of Best Qualities in
EMBROIDERIES ttnd LACES
They arc all well-made, handsomely-finished, strictly
ALL AT Co AND 10c A YARD
Come early and pick the best patterns.
The Yat Hing Store
HOTEL BETWEEN BETIfET. AND FORT STREETS
Feet hurt these warm daysl Then
you are the man we are looking for,
because we want to set you right by
selling you a pair of
Tliej-'re a combination of
COMFORT, GOOD FIT,
STYLE AND SERVICE
Wc have them in both High and
Leathers Tan Russia Calf
"A HOME FOR THE FEET"
SHOE CO., LTD.,
1051 FORT STREET
Leave Hawaii Promootior. Committee Headquarters
MONDAY. WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY 10:30 a. m., Pali; 3 p. m.,
Moanalua or Punchbowl.
TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY 10:30 a. m., around
Diamond Head; 3 p. ro., Pali.
SUNDAY 10:30 a. m., Pali: 3 p. m., around Diamond Head.
CHARGE PER PASSENOER, $1
Cars can be hired for special occasions. For further particulars
Hawaii Promotion Committee
Honolulu Power Wagon Co., Owners. 0 nice nml Oarage, South
Street. Near King
License Bdftrd Yesterday Considered
Saloon of Japanese at Waipahu
Two Applications for Hear
ing Next Month.
Tlio oilly life Injected Into the
Itipcllhtr nf I lin llrchxn rnmmlKHlnn
ijestcrdny wero the, tin's Indulged In
by Hilly Itawllns, representing Shi
Rnmatsu of Waipahu. who was ni.
I'blng fur a tctnll decline In plnca
of the wholesale nno formerly held,
and Inspector Kennell of tho liquor
llnwlliis claimed that two IcttcrH
ptceouted liy soldlcis wcro written
by Kennell himself und signed by tho
cotdleiH. these letters stating that
tho signets hud bought liquor at this
saloon on Sundnjs for a period at
several months. .
Four members of the board of II
cense commissioners wero present nt
tho meeting hold estcrday after
The first business of the meeting
was tho rehearing of a Japanese, at
Waipahu, Hhlgamatsti, who was rep
resented by W. T. Itawllns.
In his application he denied ve
hemently that he or any of his em
ployes had sold liquor on Sundays
or that he or his employes hail ped
dled liquor nf Wnlulua. As to In
citing the plantntlon strike, he de
nied that In toto.
. Itawllns brought out the fact that
the protests made against tho Jap
anese wcro only two unsworn let
ters from soldiers, who stated they
bought liquor on Sunday, Thcso
letters wcro written on Btutlonery of
the board, und Itawllns stated that
In his opinion they wcro both writ
ten by Inspector Kennell and signed
by the soldiers.
Soldiers were not able to protest,
not belonging to one of tho classes
named In tho Organic Act who could
protest against the granting of n
In rebuttal of these two unsworn
soldier letter, ullidavlts wero pre
sented by Itawllns from all employes
of Shlgamatsu that they had sold
no liquor on Sundays.
Itawllns InClmated that other liq
uor Interests at Waipahu were back
of the rirotcst against this Japanese.
and thill upon Investigation ho
found tlfnt this jnun hud circulated
tho petition, hut that ha had de
stroyed It when his connection was
learned 'and that it was never pre
sented to the board.
Cooke said that legal evidence was
not always possible to got against
liquor dealers, and that If lcgul ovl.
dence was necessary, then the com
mission would huvo to throw up Its
Chairman Long stated that other
evidence hud been presented to the
board by men who didn't want lo
take the trouble to come beforo tho
Shlgamatsu has held a wholesale,
license for fho eurs, but hh no more
wholesale licenses wero to bo grant
ed, application was inude for n ra
Tho application for a retail II
cetibe by Shlgamatsu was denied.
Manuel O. Sllva usks for u license
In u new lo-utlcm, having hud ono
before outside the flro limits.
Horn Hurvoy and O. W. Muron
also applied for u license to conduct
ii sa'oon. These two applications
will bo heard on August IS.
RELIEF IN PE RU-NA.
Mr. It. J. Arlcss, 401 City Hull Ave.,
Montreal, Quebec, Ii n old gentleman
.of wide acquaintance, having served
thirty-eight years In tha General Post
omce of Montreal, a record which
tpeaks for Itself. Concerning tils nit. of
reruns, seo letter given below.
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'! SUNDAY SERVICES
John K. Sumner, for whom u
guardian was asked by llobert W.
Davis, has filed u motion to dismiss i
Tho motion to dismiss Is based on
the facta that twice he fore have blin
liar petitions bccTi denied, both timet,
the petitions ullcglng Insanity.
The Hist petition wns in 1902 and
tho second tho following year, at
both of which times the court ad
judged tha defendant sane.
No now fuels uro brought up In
this petition filed u few dus ago by
John Marealllno, attorney In fact,
for Sumner, filed uu nflldavlt of a
oii versa! Ion with DavU in regard ;
lo Sumner's sanity. I
CENTRAL UNION CHURCH.
Dr. White will preach at both morn
ing and ovcnlng scrvlcos.
At tho morning service on "An Ex
pel fs Definition of Life.''
At tho evening service on "Thu
Thrcu Ih of the Seu."
Tho mala quartet will sing at both
Tho lllblo School at 0:50 a. in. and
the Christian Endouor meeting at
6:30 p. in.
Uvuryonu Is most cordially Invited
to theso aervlciiB.
August Dlas wus today granted a,
invoice irom ins wno Mary, mo
KluiimlH iiIIikimI lielur! thai f.lio heal
ed him criK'llv and Indiihted In the
cup that cheers.
METHODI8T EPISCOPAL CHURCH
First MothodlBt Episcopal Church,
corner of llorotunlu Aveuuo und Mil
ler Street. (I'linalion Cur lino.)
lti'gulur servlcos of tho week uro us
Sunday school, 9: 15 a. m. It. II,
Morning worship, 11 a. m. "Is
Thero u.L'ire. Ueynnd tho dravo?"
Kpworth League, 7 p. in.
Evening sorvlco, 7: 45 p. ni, "A
Weeping Savior." (Preaching both
morning und evening by the pastor.
Itev. J T. Jones, 1020 IleretanliyAvo.)
Mr. Lee will load tho prayer ineotlng
Wednesday .evening at ,7:30 o'clock,
subject: "Our Possibilities .Through
II you uro not uttuudluir servleos
at out) of thu other cliiirch"K In thu
city you uro cordially Invited to at
tend all of tho services nf tho Methu
illsl Church. ToM our rurillnllty.
All enlisted men are ns cordially In
vited and CHpselnlly to tho Young
MR. B. J. ARLCSS.
"I have bren afflicted with natal
catarrh to audi a degree that It affected
"Tills was contracted some twenty
years ago by being exjwHid to draught
and sudden changes of temperature,
"I havo been under the treatment of
specialists and have used miny drugs
recommonded os spcrillr for catarrh
In the head and throat all to no pur'
"About three yi-ars ago t was Induced
by a confrvro lu ofllco to try IVruua.
"After some hesitation,, as I had
donhts as to results afler ao lnany
failures, 1 gave, reruns a trial, and am
happy to state nl after using eight or
ton littles of Peruna lam much Im
proved In hearing, and In breathing
IhrouKh the noMrlls." "
The following wholesale druggist
s will supply the retail trade: BEN
SON. SMITH & CO.. Honolulu, Ha-
WHITNEY & MARSH, ltd.
In Linen and Rep
White and Colors
In Our Cream
Special care to keen
it cold and protect it
from contamination as
sure ample keepi..,;
TEE PONT) BAIIfC.
Is Now at
CURIOS will be there after the
Cream Pure Rye
LOVE JOY AND CO.
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
REGAL SHOE CO.
King and Bethel.
Men's lllblo Cluss nt !):5 n. in. Htm
day. Wo huvo Honiutblui; of especial
Interest to toll you next Suuduy,
something which should interest all
young men sf tho city
Latter Day Bhliita. Reorganized
church, on King St. neor Kuplolunl.
Elder M. A. WcConley, pastor.
9:13 ii. m. Sunday school, lesson.
"Tho Holy Spirit (liven."
11 u. m. Morning worship. Sermon.
"Am I My llrolhct's Keeper," by pas
tor. G:30. p. in. Zlou's IUIIkIo Society
Lesson subject, "Aniullckluli's De
fe.it," uu epoch In Ancient American
HUtoiy. Also llteruty and musical
7;3) p ni. ICvenlug worship. Se
liioii "I'lii'tieiiH," by pastor. Hpei'liil
liuNc by choir. I'ews fien. Knry
Parisian Art Co.,
Commencing NEXT MONDAY at
JAS. W. PRATT, Auctioneer
A full and com
the latest cuts
can be seen
f W rrmm i i '
L. B. Kerr & Co.'s, I