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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, MONDAY, MAY 1, 1911.
Our First Spring
Whitney & Marsh,
At this Sale we are prepared to show the prettiest col
lection of sumrner wear you've ever seen. To make
this Sale attract the public, we have marked our goods
very low in price, and this means a saving proposition
to all that attend. Just glance at some of the bar
gains listed below:
I'nr unilerprlceil Include Dutch neck
or culliir muilclK. ntuhlniicil with tho
Krnceful klinuno sleeves and uttriutlc
JIT.. WulMs; Kilo price $1.25
2 00 " " " 1.25
:tr ,. 2.oo
3 00 " " " 2.00
a r,o ' 2.25
.175 ' " " 2.50
Lr.0 " " " 3.00
5.U0 " " "' ,'3.25
I! 01, " " 4.25
7 00 " " " 4.50
S.nn " " " 5.00
are offered. In llio prettiest of the
Sprlnff styles They nro new and
frcih, And of tho blKKCst values of tho
S .".00 I.tiiKcrle Dresses $ 3.75
(100 " " 430
8 00 " " 6.00
900 , " 6.75
10.00 " " 7.50
UM " " 10.00
13 00 " ' 11.00
18 00 13.00
IjirRc .irlctv of Mylex tn chnoo
ft mil I'holi-p i'X hlRh. low or Dutch
link. sizes 34 to 42.
i2 .'.' thvwpi; sale price $1.65
S'0 " " ' 1.75
.1.-.0 " " " 2.50
151 . " " 3.25
8.00 " " " 3.50
See Window Display
Sale Commenced Monday Morning, May 1
OPPOSITE CATHOLIC CONVENT
JSSMSjm PRICE FOR DEATH CALLS
KSqCJw OABU tEACMQWll
stand can be booked Itt V. O 1 lit I
Sun' sporting department Untrunce,
Klnur strut Prices 35c. i'Sc, 15c.
NOTICE OF CHANGE OF COPARTNERSHIP.
Notice In hereby Riven that Judge
HI'liiev llallou Iiuh withdraw M from tho
f epurtnershlp for tho prnctlo of law
liereinforo existing under the firm name
of KIXNKV, HALI.OU. l'ltOH.sr.U fc
AM)i:ilSO. and that the nanio of
Kilil opartiHrthl Iiiih been chnliRed
to KINNIIY, I'ROS.SI'R. ANDl'KSON
Honolulu. May 1. 1911.
WILLIAM A KINNI'V,
MASON T. I'ROHttl'Il.
nmiiiiNH it ANDintso.v.
UI'XJAMIN L MAILS'.
491l Mil)' 1. 8.
Do You Want Mules or Horioi?
I)r If. I. IIORUOIIN will depart by
tho Hlerra for tho t'niiHt, thcro to nmko
piirchupc of mules anil horses. Hpe
rial attention Riven tn commissions
from Intending buytra of mules,
Stock delivered on or about Juno 1.
Call or address Tho LeUml. 027
lleretanla Avenue. 491C-121
Oldor residents of Honolulu will
regret to learn nf tho death of V J.
Singer, tlio orsowhllo proprietor of
tho Original Singer lliikory, who
passed away nt San Francisco this
morning A cnhlo was received by
Mrs. Cutlierlno Slngor, mother of tho
deceased, telling tho Bad news.
Singer left Honolulu some years
iiro, onco having conducted n very
Biicccssful business liero, his ostnn
llshment being located on South King
8tiet. Ho has been ailing for somo
time Death was caused through
The Knwnnloa beach lots, oer which
tnero was a row n few days ago when
the 'iiU was postponed, Huperlntend
ent Campbell belnR roundly scored by
Attorney W. V. Thayer, took place to
day nt tho executive building. Many
prominent llnanclers and real estnto
men were on hand, nnd bidding wns
litily, the lots brlnglnR what are con
sidered good prices. The buyers uera;
Mm C. II. Wood 2 340
A HodRliiH I 315
Miss H. K Illuir 4 CS
Mrs. Stn'ces 5 90
H. M. Marshall 6 110
O C. Swain 7 460
i: M IMkherK S 380!
n M. McOrew 9 430
Owen Wllllnins 10 '350
W. IC. Notley 11 605
J T Iloyd 12 105
VT V. Tlinyer 13 200
O. 1". Kenton H 310
O Tl Wall 15 305
C It. Kriulcr ..., 16 305
JuiIro W. L. Whitney .... 17 355
A. C Wall 18 365
W II Wall 19 330
.Miss Rceklcy 20 335
John II MiiRnon 21 100
L. Nunn 22 75
Sam rinytl 23 70
James Olds 24 75
W n Comb 25 60
T N Kelll 26 60
It. I' Irwin 27 -40J
Joseph Naweh 28 50
Nawolonul 29 80
Joseph Nnwelo 30 80
8. C. V. Turner 31 100
John Curry 32 70
W. D. Adams 33 110
O K. Stlllman 34 105
I. P. Irwin 35 105
Mrs. O. T. Cook 36 360
Charles Reynolds . , 37 320
J. It. Judd 38 315
A. V. Judd 39 205
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Blank books of all sorts, ledgers,
etc., manufactured by the nulletln
Publ tslilng Company.
Cahlo nihlccs from New York lu
members of tho family hero brought
tho nows lato Saturday afternoon
that Mis. Alatau T. Atkinson had died
In tho metropolis. Aftor much in)
provement In health following n trip
to England she was attacked by
pneumonia, according to reports, and
her death took place after a fow days'
Mrs. Atkinson wns tho widow of
Alatau T. Atkinson, former supcrln
tendent of public Instruction nnd n
veteran newspaper man and cducat
or, who died In 1906. Mrs. Atkinson
left Honolulu last April for Kngland,
tho homo of her childhood, which shu
had not seen for forty-two joars. Hor
daughter, Mrs. Samuel O. Wilder, of
this city, accompanied hero. Tlioy
returned to tho United States not
long ngo and Mrs. Atkinson's lout
letter to her family hero was that
she was feeling much Improved In
health. Sho had been visiting In
Now York and Iloston beforo coming
west, when tho Illness attacked her.
Further cnblo ndvlr.es havo boon
rocolvcd today to tho effect that tho
funeral services worn bold yesterday,
and tho lemalns will bo cremated
Mrs. Wilder will start Tor Ihu Cons,
on Wednesday, milling for Honolulu
Mrs. Atkinson is survived by tho
following sons and daughters: Mrs.
II. C. L. I'orklns, of l'.tlgnton, Eng
land. Mrs. F. K. C. Gibbons, wife of
Commander Gibbons, Royal Navy
Paignton, Eng., Mrs. Arthur M.
Ilrown, Mrs. Samuol 0. Wilder, A. L
C. Atkinson, Ilohert W. Atkinson, of
this city, and Kenneth A. Atkinson, of
Simmons Ariz. Sho was sixty-two
yeurs of ago.
Inter-Island and O. n. & L. Shipping
books for sale at the D u 1 1 o 1 1 n
office, 60c each.
To Amknd Skctioxh 212, 219, 221, 2'U, 2"I0, 2.'18, 210 and
217, and to Hin-KAi. Skctionh 200, 201. 202, 220 and
'' 230 or tiik Ukviski) Lawh, Hkl.'vtin-o to tiu: jJr.t'Aiir
ItEN'T or I'um.ic Inhtkuctio.n.
He it Enacted by the Legislature of the Territory of Hawaii:
t : "'i ,c .i - ' ' , ' " ' '' . "'
Skctio.v 1. Section 212 of the llcviscd Jnvs is nuicndcd to
rend its follows:
"Section 212. Attendance compulsory; exceptions., Tlio
nttiMidnncc of nil eliildreit from six to seventeen years of nge, nt
either a public or jirivitto fcbool, is obligntory, nnd it nhnll bo
inciuubent upon nil parent!, gunrriiuiis nnd others having tho
responsibility mid enro bf children of such ages, to send them
to somo such school ; provided thnt when it child has reached tho
ago of twelve years and has not completed the fourth grado of
tho primary school, ho shall lo eligible for instruction only in
nn industrial school or vocational school, provided there is such
a school within four miles of his homo or suitable transportation
to such n school has been provided ; and provided alo, that such
attondanco shall not bo compulsory in tho following cases:
First, Where the distance to the nearest school exceeds four
miles and no suitablo transporatiou is provided ;
Second. When such child shall bo physically or mentally
unable to attend school, of which fact tho certificate of a duly
licensed physician shall bo suflicient evidence;
Third. When a competent person is employed as tutor in tho
family wherein such child resided nnd proper instruction is
thereby imparted ;
Fourth. Where any child of notjess than tho ago of thirteen
years shall havo passed tho required examinations of both pri
mary and grammar school grades, as such requirements shall
from time to time exist, provided ho shall bo suitably employed;
Fifth. When any child of not less than fifteen years of ago
is suitably employed under; tho direction of his parent or
Skctiox 2. Section 21!) of tho Revised Laws is amended
by striking out the words "teacher of tho school" nnd "teacher,"
in lines 7 and IS, and inserting in lieu thereof tho word "De
partment," and by striking out tho words "and stationery"
wherever they occur in said Section.
Si:otion .'1. Section 221 of the Revised Laws is amended
by striking out the -words "stationery and supplies."
Suction -1. Section 2.'H of the Revised Laws is amended
by striking out tlio words "as orphans, vagrants, truants, living
nn. idle or disbliito life, who slnill bo duly convicted of any
crime or misdemeanor." ' '
Suction fi. Sections 2:10 and 2H8 of the Revised Laws nro
nuicndcd by striking out tlio word "fifteen'' 'and inserting in
lieu thereof tho word "eighteen."
Sixtion fl. Section 210 of tho Revised Laws is amended by
striking out nil after tho word "school," in line -1, and in
serting in lieu thereof tho-words "upon such terms and condi
tions as shall bo approved by tho Department."
Slction 7. Section 217 of tho Revised Laws is amended
by inserting therein after tho word "minor," in lino 11, tho
words "if ho Ihj of tho ago of fourteen years or more."
iSi.ction fi. Sections 200, 201, 202, 220 and 2!10 of tho
Revised Laws are hereby repealed.
Skciion' !- This Act shall take effect upon its approval.
Approved this 2(!th day of April, A. 1). 1011.
WALTER F. FRISAR,
Governor of tho Territory of Hawaii.
To RlU'KAL CitAl'TKltS 7.r, 70 AND 77 or the Rkvisld Lawh
ok Hawaii, and Act 132 ok tiik Skssion Laws ok 1007,
Rllatino to Exi'I.osivls and Tnki.ammaiili: and Fui:l
Be it Unacted by the Legislature of the Territory of Hawaii:
Slction 1. Chapters 7fi, 70 and 77 of the Revised Laws of
Hawaii, and Act 132 of tho Session Laws of 1007, aro hereby
Suction- 2. This Act shall tako effect on July 1, 1911.
Approved this 20th day of April, A. D. 1911.
WALTER F. FREAR,
Governor of tho Territory of Hawaii.
After Stock -Taking
Ladies9 Wash Coat Suits
MISS LIST NOW
Tlio mint coinfortnMo braco In tlio wnrlil
Tlio ItKXALIi slioulilcr lirncp Is a u underfill now Invention that
will xtrnlglitcn round shoulders without illHtniiifurt or lutrrfcrlntt with
Tho nnXALL liraco Is llKht nml wnxtinhlo; wcIkIih only throe
ounce. Iiuh no xteel to rust, nor luces tif hurt tho p j 1 1 1 1 e. It lu tlio
liluul hriicn for children on well no lulults. In nil sIzch.
SEND CHEST MEASUREMENT WITH MAIL ORDERS
Price $1.00 each
Benson, Smith k Co.,
THE REXALL STORE
FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
(Continued from Pag 1)
nlmut them, iiml they can loarn much
iilmut theniHelvcH. Hut when tho To
male Mosch hero to lead them out of
tho WllderncKH him recovered milll
elently to ntrnln enter tho llota to do
up the WnnderlnK Jew, I nm rather In
clined to bellovo her Inllucuco will do
lart iiluo," and inuio aloiiR thn mimo
lino And farther alonif, "Hut, some
how or other, I wouldn't llko to xeo
them become real, good, Hunduy-Hchool,
model joutlm, tauRht to illxpose of,
their wares by tlxed, net rules, and
trnlned by Llttlo Lord '"nuntlcroy
In .Minneapolis tho two girls do-1
oted oiio-thlrd of their eiirnhiKs toj
tho fund for buylne Christmas clfts fur
tho city's poor children.
Miss List Is far from being n prude,
as nnyono who has seen nnd tnlkeil
with her knows, nnd ovcrywhero she
nnd Miss Adair have boon they have
met with tho greatest help by the
HAVE ARRIVED AND ARE NOW
ON DISPLAY AT OUR STORE
The abovo cut Illustrates one of tho new Pumps which wb have
In tuede, patent and white canvas.
We have about 50 pairs of Walkover Shoes In broken lines, in
Tan and Black, button, formerly selling for $4.50 and $5, which we
will sell for the ridiculously low price of $2.50 a pair while thoy last.
L. B. KERR CO., Ltd.,
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