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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, May 23, 1911, 3:30 EDITION, Page 3, Image 3',
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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU,! f. H, TUESDAY, MAY 23, 1911. ' " - 3 WPjl
Ladies' Neckwear and Imported
A choice-, selection of IiACB COLLARS, KIBHU8, DUTCH
COLLARS, "LORD nYnoN" COLLARS and FANCY NET
OUIMPE nnd CHEMISETTE.
THE LATEST FOIl SUMMER WEAK. Novelties In Eve
ning Scarfs made- In "Crcpo do Chine," "Chirfon" and "Pcau
do Cygne," ptnln colors, delicate floral patterns nnd handsomo
NEW AUTO VEILS AND HOODS.
rONOEB AUTO COATS with
IIUTVKKIUK JUNB PATTERNS now on sale. Delineator;
Summer Fashions and Ilntterlck Designs for Embroidery.
NEW BHArES IN SUMMER MILLINERY, Flno Mllans,
ICghorns, 8traw SallorB nnd Tailored Hutu. Chirfon and
Lingerie Hats. Hats for Touring, Steamer nnd Automobile
KA1IKI WALKING SKIRTS strongly sown nnd well tail
ored, for tho sitmmor camp nnd seashore, mado of tho best
quality ENGLISH KAIIKi, Rcgulnr value $3.00 each. In all
styles, special T3.G0 each.
NEW SLIK PETTICOATS, lllack Mcssallno Silk with
nccordcon pleated flounces, nt fG.OO, $6.G0 and $7.0. Hand
somo silk Petticoats in dark floral designs nt i'SiO. Heather
bloom skirts In all tho loading colors at J2.G0 encli.
Corner Fort and Beretanla Streets
f There Is Nomina Ac 1
f The REXALL Toilet Articles have
been demonstrated. The ladies of -
Honolulu are satisfied that there is :
J nothing "just as
Benson, Smith Co.,
THE REXALL 8TOHE ..
A iircllmlnary survey of tho work
before the pcoplo of Honolulu In tho
wny of Improved health conditions
was mado yesterday afternoon by tho
mombora of Iho Sanitary Commission
nnd President Mott-Smlth of tho
Board of Health. Two hours were
devoted to' tho Kakaako and Kowah)
The chain of ponds on tho Kownloj
coast nt Kalla nnd Walklkl rcculviU
tho llrst attention, presenting many
problems that must bo solved by tlioj
engineers of tho commission. Thcuo
ponds arc considered to bo among,
thn most threatening danger spots lu
llnnnli.ln nml Ihpv will InUft It liircO
part In the consideration of tho Saul-'
Tho Inspection trip jestcrdny show
ed tho ponds In tho vicinity of tho
Tnrrltnrlr.l stable to hold stagnant
water threo feet below tho lovel ofi
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breeding placo for cholera bacillus.
During tho Junket President Mott
Hnilth explained to tho members of
tho Sanitary Commission tho plan of
transporting about 30 000 cubic ynrds
of earth and tho raising of tho levels
In tho Kownlo section from two to
three root. Tho method of drnlnlng
tho swamps has not yet boon drcldrd
upon but It Is bellovcd that It will be
accomplished without much difficulty
Tho wholo plan for the reclamation
of the aron has boon gioutly simpli
fied by the attltudo of tho Illshop and
Ward estates which have doclnied
tholr Intention of doing much of the
work at their own oxpenso.
Dr. Currlc. superintendent of tho
Federal leprosy Investigation station
who necoinpanlcd tho commission on
Its trip yesterday stalod as his op
inion that thoro should bo no open
nnilns In tho city. Dr Currlo de
livered this opinion whllo tho com
iiiIsrIoii wns liispcetlng Iho outfall of
Iho Ward street drnln. stntlng that It
was an Ideal bleeding placo for mal
arial mo9iullous and germs general
ly Tim iiflxl ilWrlrt of Iho rlty to ho
vUlloii by Urn roiiimlloii Ih Iwllnl,
During ciirh lour full nolim nro taken
nil Iho Ktoiiuil Hlld It will not bo lolIK
licrnin it wnrhliiK plmi Is ilrawn up.
'I'lui liMilnir I'lubs In I'arln IliiVO lie
rhlnil ID hill' IIOKMI HkuIci. Mill) "i"
iKnilliii nf .lurk .ilium"'"' i wr
VM'l.i III HI ''"I lli'MHHUl l'"ll' IHII'I'
Tor Hl" anU lit lltillullu..,
braided collar nnd cuffs.
Opposite FJro 8tatlon
li ' HiHiPiip
FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
pimi pii i Pimpi
IN FIVE YEARS
(Continued from P.go 1)
old Malecan along the beach could ba
made by lllllng In from the present
vhoto lo low water mark from Camp
Very to Kort Do Uusny.
'yiicre do tho pcoplu of thU town
go to at night, anywuy?" tiucrled tho
gencrul. 'They must crawl Into holes
ami keep out of sight until inurnlug.
"There Is no pluco wlicro tliey can
go lor the air as they do In Manila.
With this low laud rilled In for u largo
Held and u ilrho along the shore, where
there was always a breeze, Honolulu's
fame would go around the world, and
It tecum to mo that It Is up to tho peo
ple of this city to make good." '
Such wcro a few remarks of llrlgn-
dler-Cciieral Macomb In dlscusslrggcn.
eral conditions In Honolulu this morn
ing. Ills statement In regard to the num
ber of troops whlchVvlll be In Hawaii
In anything Ilko tho ncur future bears
out statements published In tho U u I-
I 1 1 n lust week from an "otllclr.l nt
tirailciuartcrs" whose name wan not
given, but who said that there would
bo nothing like 12.000 men In Hawaii
Insldo of live yearn.
Tour yrurs would be un extremely
short tlmo In which to prcparo for
12,000 men In. Hawaii, even If such a
number wi-rn likely to bo available.
within that time," said fleneral Ma
comb, "and tho Idea that a largo num
ber of troops Is coming here In tho
near future Is absurd."
It seems to bo tho general opinion
of nnny men that a (urge number of
lumps will b here some tlmo. The
force now hero would amount to llttlo
In case of hostilities, nnd If thorn are
tit bo any stationed hero there has
to bo enough to bo of uso to defend
tho Island and naval banc at Pearl
As to whtrn tho Increased number of
men will hn stationed, no plans hnvn
been made, and everything Is up In tho
air In that regard.
That barracks aw more likely to bo
built near Iho seu, as staled In the
II II I lot In of last Thursday, rather
limn on tho Hotel street armory lot
Is Iho general opinion, n silo on what
Is now Camp Wry nnd adjoining land
being inott likely
l,eeina will eventually bo used for
hiaheuveiM nnd as n phiro In which In
aln thn troops from town In tlmo of
an t plilvmic. should sinh evir occur
llliilik lumU nf all sorts, kdKers,
olu., iiiuiiiifiu'iiirtu) by tliu llulluiiu
BUCKEYE CLUB ABE MARTIN M
ANNUALMEETI1 a " Blue Serge Suits 9
Very Pleasant Session at
Weedon Home Old
Ohloan, members of tho Ilockeyo
Club, visiting Ohloans and n number
of gucsU gathered last evening at tho
homo of Mr. nnd Mrs. W C. Wt-cdon
for tho annual meeting of tho Hono
lulu Ilockeyo Club.
Between fifty and n hundred sons
and daughters of Ohio wcro there, and
after the formal buMnc was HiiIhIiciI
they mndo tho ctenlng merry Willi
talks on Ohio, of Ohloam, and with
pong nnd story.
Hev. W. D. Wcstervelt, the president
of tho society, opened tho evening's en
tertainment with n brief nnd very In
teresting sketch of tho folk loro of tho
Hawaiian. This was Intended espe
cially for tho visiting Ohloans who are
stopping at Honolulu for n few days
while on u tour of tho world, but It
wns new to tho great majority of those
Dr. Mrrrlt, tlio former president of
Onhu College, was tho next speaker.
Ho gavu tin Impressions of n man who
has come back to Honolulu uftcr an
absenco of over twenty years, Tho
changes that bo noted wcro u reminder
of the very rapid growth of tho city.
Hon. W. A. Cottrill, whcn'cullcd upon
as one of tho most recent Iluckcyo
men to establish himself In Hawaii,
spoke In tho warmest term of tho very
kindly reception ho bad met In tho
city, ami especially of tho cordiality of
tho Ohlo.in. Mr. Cottrill Is n very
pleasing speaker and made n good Im
pression among thoso who had not pre
viously met him.
Hev. Dr. Peters of tho Chrlstlun
church was called upon as u Uuck
eye, us It was discovered that ho car
ries n buckeye n u pocketplcco and
therefore must "belong to tho family"
This, however, proved an error, as Mr
Poters halls from Missouri, but bo
vouched for tho power of tho huckce
as n panacea for all Ills.
Mr. Hwazcy, one of tho 'round-tho-world
Ohloans who Is stopping In the
city for u time, spoko pleasantly of his
travels, and of his recent talk with
Count Okiimn, tho fnmous JapancM
statesman, who commented on the no
table career of the llrst American and.
unman, I'retimcii ion. aiipm u.iscoinn
ami Mrs. Utile, also members of the
'round-the-world party, wcro particu
larly welcome guests, as they were
former schoolmates of tliu hostess, Mrs.
The latter part of tho ovenlng wns
spent In singing songs, after whkh re
freshments were served. Tho next
meeting of tho club will be held In
September, tho evening proving such a
completo success that tnoro frequent
sessions were icnthu'dastlcully en
dorsed, President V. D. Wcstervelt
wns reelected 16 tho olllco for another
A call from distressed misers of
fat poultry has been heeded by Chief i
of Dctecthes McDufflo and this morn
ing tho Dig chief succeeded in land
ing two Pnrtugucso jmilha within tho
meshes of the law iisin a rhargo of
making nwny with soino twenty chic
kens, nt one tlmo the property of
Mcssis W. O. Smith and Alex. Mac
intosh. Tho depredations, on Mnklkl prize
hen roosts Is alleged to bavo been
going on for somo weeks. A watch
sot by long suffering residents avail
ed nothing. A few days ago n young
man called uron thq chief nnd stated
that ho could iiuino tho party who
was rcsiHmslblo for tho largo, but
painful decreaso In tho ranks of bid
dies nut that wny. A llttlo quizzing
rpBtilled In tho liformnnt bolng rath
er hopelessly Involved In tho trann-
actlon hluiBolf and ho was later
brought to hook ns well us tho Impli
cated companion. Iloth will have a
hearing hefnro the pollco tribunal
within a fow days.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record May 20, 1911
From 1030 a. m. to 430 n. m.
Kst nf .lames Wlsht by trs to Ko-
bala Ranch Co Ltd Hurl,
Kohuhi Hunch Co Ltd lo Koholu
Kugar Co , I.
Entered for Record May 22, 1911.
From 830 a. m. to 1030 a. m.
Klnohm Uauu (k) to David K An-
tone , D
K'eao Ial (w) to David IC Alitoue.. D
Kcao Dull (w) to Sarah 11 Antono.. D
I, I. McCaudless it ul to Annie K
Kaiuakunl et al , Itcl
.T.iliri .111 Iteiri, iiinf vt tit V.n..,,-
Men's Ha vs Hocy Mil M
Crle A Kliudseii and wf to Mrs M
I H llluekstad II
Mrs Pepn Maliawalu In William
Henry. Ir M
Piilulu IjiU'I K Improvi'liieut l.'n In
He II, Piilulu Hill Trail I'lun
' i a -
One lloiind Hiikiiii tins imrkfil his
I in it h nml ll i'iii New Ymli fur
llui ciiiisl uliuitly, ii Hiili) iu m nut
draw oil M KlillU uuillll.
a.'i'wr Vr.i.' ntijautaf'??: . u
Xtjr A 71 "J !.:?- VW" iktilaVKF.hriWVV?
Th' trouble with a garden It keepln'
your wife from pullln' ever'thlng too
soon. Somebody alius gits th' worst of
Brcckons Claims Chinese Was
Tho activity of the United Btuten
District Attorney In running down
suspected opium smugglers and deal
ers was demonstrated nwiln sler-
day when I,ce Yuck was taken Into
custody on n charge of buying and
selling tho contraband drug.
It Is staled that ho purchased some
opium from Second plewnnl Howar.l
of tho liner Manchuria who plcado.l
gullly In tho rcdcrnl ronrl and ,w;is
sentenced to piy a tine" of Jlti'in.
Warrants wcro nb 'ssiicd yester
day for tho nr'est of two women each
named Mnry Davis nnd Ah Pan nil
charged with violation of tho' Kd
W.P. FULLER? Ul
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177 South King Street
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