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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T H., SATURDAY, APR. 8, 1911.
it.n t'Nur.i'Ai. oi'UATivi: rmvnits. it vii.i rtrui: am.
ruin' lcntn'TioNO. it rim)tiii:h and nivi:s I'iuithi'tion
TO INKLAMIU) I'AIITH.
Cleansing and Aiitis6itio
50c and $1.00
Benson, Smith Sc Co.,
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THE nEXALL 8T0HE FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
Just A Few
of the many Good
Values we have
to offer in .
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR
tho best and most delicious Olive Oil on the market. Bottled
In Nice, France, , trom absolutely round, perfect olives. Guar
nnteed under the Fiod and Drags Act of June, 1906.
IN J4, Vz AND 1-GALLON TINS -""wiTH PATENT SPOJJT
THAT WIIHMI WI! HIJI.I. IS ItM.M AllKAlll.i: KOH ITS IT.A
VOK AND KllHI'lNCI QUAI.ITV. Tlinili: IS A HUtlOIISTION
or itUTTinicurs and n.usins in uviiuy ounci:.
Metropolitan Meat Market
ISLAND IS GUARDED
No. 314 $ 4.00
Uin i' '4 refill
HClLDRON & LOUIS, Proprietors
REWCO RYE WHISKEY
AT ALL THE LEADING SALOONS
GONSALVES & CO., Ltd.,
Pure Milk and Cream
This dairy Is thoroughly sanitary an'd modelod on the newest
scientific principles. We guarantee tho purity and richness of all
The Pond Dairy
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No. 505 - 6.25
THE CAPITOL CAFE
KING STREET, OPP. THE YOUNG HOTEL
ENTIRELY NEW NO OLD CROCKERY NO WORN-OUT
The Best Cooked Meals in the city
NO HIGH PRICES .
The Menu nnri Service will pleaso tho most exacting gourmets.
We have just started business and solicit the patronage of par
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Honolulu in well ns oilier points nn
llli' Island of Onlnt were Kunrdcil nil
ilny yesterday, last nlfilit nml toila
with such carp by llic police nml teu
resenlntlpg of llic 'lantern' Assncl.i
tlon (lint not n man Is bellccd in
hno readied the. Bennlor but was nc
rountcd for nml made note of.
Tlio only departures for tho steam
er yoslordny wcio uboilt llflcen stras
Slcrs who were taken out jcdord.iy
nflcrnoon In lniinchcsof the Miller
Hnlvasa Company, ns published In the
II n I lot In's second edition Jester
Tlio first arrests under Act 18, Hie
newly-passed law nRiilnst aiding or
nbettliiK In tlio eiillcliiK of l.ibor frot.i
Ihe Territory, wore mnile by tho po
lice yefileiiliiy. Chief of t)etcctlps
McDulllo placed Capt. Frederick Mill
er, of tho Millet BiiIvrro Company
nndnr arrest nt 3:H0 oVIock, toKCth
cr with twf .Inpitneto who are said
to liavo lieli'ed to rail loose tho ropes
nml set the schooner Concord awav
on Wednesday night when the Mill
er SnlvaRo Company's boat., hired, by
tho labor nRetitS, took 12." men ami
boys, out of tho barhor to the Senat
or. OeorRe Mclllilowney, who Is as
sociated with Miller in the salvage
company, wns nlso placed under ai
res! jcstonlay afternoon for a simi
lar violation of law.
Released on Ball.
Miller wjis icldnscil on his own roe
ORUlznuce by JudRe Cooper, of the
Clicult Court, after some illlllcullles,
u cash ball for $1000 bahiR been re
fused nt tho polled station. Attorney
K. M. Watson nppenied for Miller
McKhlowney wns ielensed on r,0i)
ball nnd each of the .Inpnnesn went
Treo on doposltliiR $IOfl ball money.
Warrants vero iwoiii out eslei
day for thn rillplno iiRenl, llallntar.
nnd two of his nssoelntes, ami were
served Ukjii them. They made no
piotest nsalnst roIiir to Jail. A war
rant out iiRalint Frank II. CrnlR, tint
chief of tho recruiters, was wltli
diawn nml a new ono Issued, also one
Tor .1. C. noil ,ono of the men lu
arrived on tho Senator. A sharp
watch was kept for tho men all after
noon and cenliiK. but apparently they
remained on boaid the Senator
Mother Wants Son.
A (leu'lopmenl of the ease yeatei
day w'as that u writ of habeas corpu
was Issued from thn federal couri
yesterday nfteruoon on tho H'tlllnn 'if
JuiWStnniey, ns eoiuiii'l Tor n mo
ther who claimed that bur minor son
bad been nut nboaid Ihe Sonatoi
Olflcers from tho reenue cutler
Thetis made a seatcli of the srliooner
! Concord nnd III" Miller SalvnRo Coni-
panys. island steamer jnines .naKi-f
yesteidny to determine If they carry
the proper papers, but went away
batlslled, fioin their statements, that
Miller had complied with tho law In
With the Senator lyliiR oft port all
nflcrnoon nnd nlRlit. icpoits went
scurryliiR all over Ihe city that nt
tempts would bo made to Ret labor
eVa nboard Ironi various parts of Iho
Island. To Riiaid npalnst this, tho po
llco rorce was illstrlbuted. ScrKiMii
of DoleclUes Kellett and thico spe
clals were sent to Pearl Harbor In .1
launch In the nflcrnoon to patrol the
harbor lochs, lint they found no el
irenco Hint mi nlteinpt would be made
to ship emlRrants from Hint liolnl
They slopped ouo sampan, but H
pioed to be only that of a badly
Fcatcd ,lnpnnC''P flshcinuin, and Ihey
reliuJteil to iho city to roxrt Hie
Watklkl Is Watched.
An automobile wllh Deputy Prosi-
cutliiR Altniney Ilrown nnd a imllce
nfllcor wns kent out iiIoiir tho Walldkl
beach road to watch for possible nt
tennits In that dliectlon to Fend i.iiin
dies or I'o.its out tluouRli n bieak In
Tho nollre nnd tlio vnrlous planla
tlon olllelnls throilKllout Iho Island
nro keepliiR n flinrp watch on Iho men
to detect evidence; of himoniPtit
Those who liao arilved caiiio In iimsl-
ly on Irnlni, Ihiuisli wimo marched
nlon); tho mads. --
The following resolution wns recelv
d In tho House today:
"WbereiiM, The elllc l.ency or the pub
lie schools of the Territory of II.lall
Iiiih In eii Imp.ilred by rensiui of Insuf
llelent npMroprl.it Ions by vurlmm l.i-Kl-
Inturnu II 11,1
"Whereas, Under proper support and
nilmlnlslrnllon these sclionlH will lie II
potent fuller In InenlentliiK tiuo cit
izenship; therefore ho It
"ItCMilvod, That the llluh Pclmnl
Alumni Association do ebdnrse Hennlo
Hill No. IS. wherein nileipinle pruvl
lnn Is miile fur school IieeiN, nnd re
Kpei tfully petition the menibtrs of tlm
I.eRlslatore to pass snld bill
"(I II ASCII. President;
"r.DITII 13 SMITH, Secretary"
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IN FOREIGN PORT8.
No. 6053 -
The House of Quality
Siilurd.it. Anrll S.
SAN FItANCISCO Arrived April 7:
S. S. Knterprlse, from llllo.
SAI.INA CIH'Z -Sailed April 7:
8. S. Arlrnnnn, for San Francisco
SAN FI1ANCISCO Snllod April 8: S.
S, I.utllne, for Honolulu.
IIII.O Arrived April 3; Ship John
Kun, fiom San Frnnclbco,
IIII.O- Arrlired April II: lllitnii. S, (1.
Wilder, fiom i:rett.
MAIH'KONA-rAirlvi'il Apr " llkllie
, lriiii;ard, fiom San Frnnclsio
i'.AN Fil.N('ISC03. S Sn.ua mil.
lumurion, ') m
l announce our
il II II if II lli-t will y .pS- I I fln P
First Spring U Iumu'Iuim mW lljl
g ..I Li
ior early Spring Wear,
which is ' by iar the
most extensive line
ever shown in this
Our Assortment oT
js so varied wc are en
abled to please the most
exacting man in town.
We hope to have the
rtleiciiri. ,il cliriii'imr vnn
what will be worn this B'cnjmrtin C'othc
Spring, We welcome yon
here t:t all times.
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That Monday Morning
commences the last half
of our Epoch-Making
During this sale pur-
i chasers have been ab
solutely astounded at the remarkable re
ductions we have made in our effort to
clear our shelves for
New Goods ,
You know that we have one of the largest and most
complete stocks of Wearing Apparel for Men,
Women and Children in Honolulu. Ordinarily our
prices are the lowest to be had, but they are
CUT IN TWO
. THIS IS THE LAST WEEK
DO YOUR SPRING BUYING NOW
Corner King & Bethel
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