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t'.VUNINtl lUtt.l.irrlN, IIONOUM.t'. T ll, WKilNIMD'Y. Jl'I.Y 20, 1010.
Sheriff Pua, Of Hilo,
Looking Up The
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 Oilman, agent
Go ye therefore into the land
of Kaimuki, and say thou unto
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.
NEW - TO-DAY
GUARDIAN'S NOTICE OF SALE OF
The Improved Tungsten Lamp
The trnde mark that guarantees the highest standard
of quality in metal filament lamps.
Iciuals the STIRLING mark on silverware.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Your Morning Order
Should Contain Some of the Fnmous
There is delicious TOMATO SOUP, BAKED BEANS,
SWEET and DILL PICKLES, AFFLE BUTTER, RED KID
KEY BEANS, INDIA RELISH, TOMATO KETCHUP, and
A KEW SHIPMENT JUST IN YOUR OROCER HAS THEM
Leave Hawaii Promootion Committee Headquarters
MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY 10:30 a. m., Tali; 3 p. m .
Moitnalua or Panehbowl.
TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY 10:30 a. m., around
Dinriond Head; 3 p. m., Pali.
SUNDAY 10:30 a, m., Pali; 3 p, m., around Diamond Head.
CHARGE PER PASSENGER, $1
Cars can be hired for special occasions. For further particulars
Hawaii Promotion Committee
Honolulu Power Wagon Co,, Owners. Office and Garage, South
Street Near King
Evening Bulletin 75c Pen Month
Hy virtue of an Onlcr made by
the Honorable W. .1. Itoblnson, Third
JucIrc (if the Circuit Court of tho
Flint Juillclal Circuit of the Terri
tory of Hawaii, In tho matter of tho
guard! inrlilp of Knlllkca, (v), non
compos mentis, nit the 2 1st day of
Juno, A. O. 1910;
Notlco Ih hereby given that on
Saturday, the J nth uny of July, A.,
I). 1910, lit 12 o'clock noon of Bald
day, lit the front of the Judiciary
Ilulldlng, In Honolulu, Oahu, I will
cell the following described proper
ty to tho highest bidder or bidders,
at public auction, said sale or sales
to he approved by the Couit.
UKSCHU'TION OP THE l'llOlMMtTY
TO IIK SOLD.
ltt: , All the undivided one-sixth
Interest of paid Knltlkea the waul
as nforcsald in those premises situ
ated nt llalawa, ICwa, Island of Oahu,
which premises are more partlculii'l
described as follows: Koyal Patent
701 on I,. C. Award 2129 to Klnll.'ii.
llcginnlng nt the north lorncr, and
limning along Moo Kullna S. 22 10.
L.'.O chains, S. S K. 2.91 chains,
then o iilotiB the Kuele, S. 07 W, til
links, S. 2G K. 1.S1 chains, tlicnco
8. TiS" V. (10 links ninng Nacn,
thence N. 21 V. fi.94 chains along
fence or wull, thence N. Gl K. 2.7S
vhnliia, iiIoiir fence or wall to the
initial point, containing an area of
1 2-100 acres, together with all her
rlRht, title and Interest In all bul.f',
Ings or Improvements theieun.
2nd: All the rlRht, title and In
terest of raid' Kalllkea (w) In that
cettaln plocofor par ol of land sit
uated at Mo.iualua, Kami of Oahu,
and moro purtlcUluily described In
lloyal I'litent Number .... on Land
Commission Award Number 12(3 to
I.'eRlnniiiR at the west turner of
these piemlsos, and iuiiuIiir as fol.
N. fi8V4" H. 2.25 chains iiIoiir
laud of Uku. thunco 8. 33 4 B. 0-74
chain iiIoiir Koelc, thence N. 6G 10.
1.00 chain, thenco N. 2r.,i V. 0.59
'ha In iiIoiir Koelc, theme N. 54 K
2.1G chains aloiiR laud of Uku,
thence S. 20 10. l.SG chains n'otie
land of Knlwl, tUcu.c 3. 50',;" V.
2.10 chains aloiiR land of Kalama,
thence 8. 20 V. 1 50 chains, thenco
N. G8 K. 0.23 chain, thenco 8. 30
K. 0.90 chain iiIoiir land of Kalama,
thence S. 52 W. 2.85 chains along
.roam, theme N. 27 V. 4.25
riialns along stream, to the Initial
pqll:t, Containing: un urea of one acru
and S 75 100 chains
A. IIIHHOr, Stirioyor.
Tor farther paitlculars, enqulro of
Arthur M. Ilrown, Ruuidlnu of Kalll
kea (w), nou compos mentis; or to
V. C. Achl, attorney for the Ritard
Dated, Honolulu, Juno 22, 1910.
ARTHUH M. 11UOWN,
JA3. V. MOHOAN,
ThlB sale Is postponed to take
place at the Judicial Building nt
12 o'clock noon on July 23, 1910.
AKTIIUIl M. 1IROWN.
1 0 7 n 1 1 Uuaidlan.
REGAL SHOE CO.
King mid Bethel.
IIII.O, Hawaii, July 15, Sheriff
I'uo lotnrneir this week from Knu
where ho went to investigate tho mat
ter of nn Interesting nnd myHtcrlous
Inn alary which orcurrfd In Thomas
C Wills branch stoic at Ko.ilwa. Tho
burglary took place hh far linck as
Juno 10, but amateur detectives took
tho matter In hand for somo time be
fore repotting to headquarters, and
the Sheriff wns not notified of the
affair until scimo time aftct It had
occurred. As a roUBcqucnco ho was
much linmpcicd In his efforts In solve
According to the facts obtained by
tho Sheriff, the burglary took placo
somo time dating the owning of June
1G. Tho Btore building Is divided
Into two rooms, one, of them tho store
Itself, nnd the cither the living room
of tho Japanese who runs the More
Tho two rooms nro separated by a
partlon without n door. Iloth rooms
have doors facing tho veranda. On
tho night In question tho Japanese
storekeeper nnd his wife were enter
taining n fellow countryman in their
room. Tho door to tho lanal was
open. The door from tho store was
closed, but had not been locked. At
some time between 10 nnd 12 p. m.
tho storekeeper locked this door, but
did not notice anything unusual. It
wns only the following morning that
he discovered that tho caih drawer
of his desk had been left pulled out,
and on Investigation ho found that
cash amounting to $G50 and homo
ilrnfts hud been taken therefrom, ilo
believed that bonio one had entered
tho store during tho time when he
was entertaining his friend, although
neither ho, his wUo, nor the .friend
had heard anono do so.
Tho storektepcr notified neighbors,
of his loss, and tho amateur sleuths
Immediately went on tho hunt. They
. found in nn adjoining cano- Held two
clgnr boxes which had contained the"
pioney, as well as all the drafts, tire
latter hiifq been thrown away by tho
thieves.' A colr,mcic, '" which hart
been somo of lh(f irtoney. wns found
appended tike a llagfioni n cane
UlnlU,. Qf.tlig money whUh was taken
(ho larficr part wns the property of
the Japanese, only a , copiparntlvcly
small Kiitlon of tho total belonging
to tho store. ,,, i
Tho Invalid was on tho road to re
covery nnd tho physician hud Just
presented his bill for 1700. . ,
"Doctor," Buld tho patient, '"you
missed tho opportunity of your life.
You should have been it nerve specialist."
High Sheriff Henry Is
Hot On Trail Of
No dgn of Anderson Oraec having
been discovered by tho local pol'ce
nnd High Sheriff Henry liclnR detenu
In el to Ret the man If possible, a des
cilpllon of the much wanted negro
has been sent nU over the world.
I'lnkerton's famous body of dctertltcj
has taken up tho matter, and as
Oincc unco dcicrlbd can never bo
m'staken. the imrbabllltles nro that
the great sleuths will 'drop across
Mm Homo where If he Is out of Ha
Since the day flraco walked hrf
fnm thn ptlson riiir tit Kiiplolunl
l'nrk some months ago, no word has
been received of him although many
false leporls were turned Into tho po
lice, and wild gooi-o chases wore mado
at1 over tho country.
Tho cold blooded murderer of
watchman Malm disappeared com
pletely and there are pooplo who
think that Oia'co, who suffered badly
from ihsumntlsm, wan crippled by a
fall In tho mountains, and that ho
died miserably from want of food nnd
Others think that tho negro got
clean awny on somo vessel leaving!
for tho Const or Japan, and that ho
is now safe In somo distant laud.
However High Sheriff Henry still
has hopes of getting tho murderer
who wns set to cut Krass a week or
so uflur his life sentence w.-xb record
WHITNEY &MARSH, I id.
t -i-i,i. i in""- - -- - --
In Lihen and Rep
White and Colon?
THE STORY OF
Feet hurt these warm days I Then
you are the mart wc are looking- for,
because we want to set you right by
selling you a pair of
They'rf a combination of
COMFORT. O00D FIT, '
STYLE AND SERVICE
We havo them in both High and
Leathers Tan Russia Calf
"A HOME F0I THE FEET"
SHOE CO., LTD.,
1051 FORT STREET
(Spsclal to Ilu I let I n.)
' WAIMJKU. Maul. July IS. Tho
steamer Clutidlne went nlongsldo tho
new wharf nt Kahnlul Inst Tuesday
afternoon, n sight which mado thn
oldest lesltknta almost danco with
delight. It Is the bpentjiR of a now
eta for Maul, for this Is tho first rec
ord In history of the cotnliiR along
side of a wharf of a steamer "f tho
size of tho Claudlno in nny of the
Maul ports, Small Island steamers
used to land and tnko In freight along
side of tho long pier nt Kaunakakal,
but tho Claudlnc could nevor bo ac
conimodatcd thero not for the next
bundled years at least unlc-.i unex
pected now industries are started In
tho Land of Ulna. It was leas than
thirty years nRo when a nnsnnto of
Industry declared thai, n vowel a lit-
tlo longer than tho Claildlne .cuulill
not outer Knhulul harbor, and that I
declaration Is now proven In bo an
Minion. ' I
KAN1H0 FIRES.HUT SHOT
ttAlI.UKU. Maul. Holy 15. Hon,
II. M.-Kaulhn, ThoS. Clark nnd Sen
ator W. J. Coo'ho spoke at l.ahalnu
last evening. The famous "cannon
ball" of Kohala after tiring a fow of
his bombshells among the entrenches
or tho piohlbltlonlstH, left for Hono
lulu last evening almost certain that
not a Hngb piohlbltlonUt will sur
vive tho cinnouadlng which lasted
several hours. Sonator Coolho and
Mr. Chirk both returned to, town last
night. Toinorrow afternoon they will
hold forth at Walkapu.
On Sunday afternoon July 21th thn
ProhlblllonUts wilt hold n Itally and
Parade In Wnlluku for tho promotion
of Central Maul from llumaWuapoko
to Kahakuhia will -participate In thli
big rally. Tho children will march
along tho streets singing piohlbltlon
FOUR THOUSAND WANTED,
BUT IT'S NOT THERE
Four thousand good old Iron dol
lars are wanted by the residents of
Walnnao district for the building or
a road from Walanao towards Kvt
Tho county road board, over whlcn
Supervisor CJulnti presides, lias con"
to the front und center and told th"
peoplo of that notion 'that there in
iinthlng doing In such heavy finanroi
Just now, How'over, tho county la
building a road out of Walanao In
tho direction of LlUkula, and It will
be a matter of but a- rew months be.
toro this section of the hlgrpvay Is
completed and reaciy for Unfile.
TO ROAD .REPAIRS
' it ' '
T)ie nlfcr of cortalu phlpir.ejllvlng
along the Wnlhce-Kuhaluu road, who
agree to build a highway for aome
thlng llko 300, has prpved accept
able to tho members of tho city and
county Hoard of Suporvlsorsjaurl tho
road" board was 'Instructed to ro
ahead and enter Into tho necessary
agreement with the Chinese provld
bd that they build 2200 feet of road,
twelve feet In width, covered with
six Inches ot gravel.
The money to cover tho cost of
this wyirk will bo taken from(the np
pioprlatlou for Koolaupoku toad.
IMItor K vc n I n g Ilu 1 1 o 1 1 n:
Tnko the story of tho great nations,
as showing the emptiness of tho pro
hibition argument. Though they havo
risen and they havo fnllcn, drink hat
never p!acd a role In their fall.
Orccco wns a religious country; was.
it ever said that It was drink that
brought Athens to tho dust? Today,
Hawaii Is a religious country! Need
wo ever fear that drink will inaku
this growing country a shamo to the
Tnkc Homo, tho pride of the world
at one lime. Her einplro has melted
away. Philosophers havo tried to ac
count for tho fall of tho Honian em
pire ami huvc said it was slavery,
irrctlglou and poverty, but no one of
tlum has thought to suggest that It
was drink that brought about the con
ditions that caused Homo's downfall.
No country has hail such n check
ered career as Fraiitr. Tho magnifi
cent city of Paris wns deluged In
blood during the fearful Commune
misery, but It was not brought about
No nation has been crazed by dilnl:
ns wero the nations of Franco nnd
Spain crazed by religion.
Tho liquor' question has had noth
ing to do with tho fall of nations nor
tho disruption of communities,
Nun-driuklng nations are as prom
inent In history for black horror and
misery ns other nations whojo peo
ple have been drinkers, and the na
tions whose people havo been drink
ers wero never brought to the dust
through drink, ns nbovn shown.
For thlkfcn bundled years tho
Mohammedan countries havo practic
ed prohibition, but tho grass growH
In the mnits of Constantinople whero
dogs share the thoroughfares with tho
Prohibition has not made tho Mo
hammedans less .lazy, less brutal, less
When tho Itomana first invaded tho
Teutons they found the Teutons wero
great drlnkcru, nnd )ct the Itomana
were compelled to ndmlt that, tho
-Teutons wero virtuous people. Their
domestic purity was remarkable nnd
the chastity of the women was abovo
lepioAh. Although tho Qcrmnns, to
day, nro a drinking peoplo, yet In
science nnd culturo and In art they
htand shoulder to shoulder with other
gieat nations ot tho world.
Alas, that prohibition should put
such liotibcnce In the mouths of
cranks ns to makn them cry out
against all men chinking becnuso
thry, themselves, cannot stand n
glass of buer.
A full and com
the latest cuts
can be seen
illrl ' I wQ$i
L. B. Kerr & Cos,