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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU T. H., WEDNESDAY, MAY 24, 1911.
WITH the passage of Act 116 by the last
Legislature, imposing an annual license
fee of $250 on any person, firm or corporation
engaging in outdoor advertising, we decided
discontinue all tacking of cloth, tin, wood and
paper signs, and all indiscriminate posting.
Hereafter, until further notice, we will
accept orders only for posting or painting on
regular boards or locations leased by us for the
purpose, and bearing our imprint.
Pioneer Advertising Co.
Salt and .Rice Marshes Re
ceive, Attention of Com-
Tho Snnltnry Communion continued
Itn imir nr Ininuctton ye4tcrduy, the
Btnrl 1)oIiib niailo from tho Kuwolo
pond at the foot of Sliorlilaii Hlrcet
Tho commission went down Sheridan
Btrcct through the salt marshes nnd
mi ni fur ns Wnlhlkl making a rare
fill Inspection of the outfall of the
The rlco swamps wore reached fur
the first time, Chairman Carter stal
ing that the commission had one ir
Its most Important problems to deal
with In that connection.
On Kalakaua avenue tho commis
sion Inspected the drainage or lark
of drainage, finding that an nrtcslun
well dug on land near tho avenue and
King street had practically turned
tho acerngo In that vicinity Into u
Tho commission will continue Its
tour until every iJlBlrlct of the city It
thorounhly covered. '
The sanatorium property of Dr.
Willard 1'. ttiirke, live miles outside
of Santa Hosa, has been acquired by
Dr. floss Haskell of Sun Francisco
mid Dr. W. N. Cotton of (irecn Bay,
Wis. The p rlco, paid for It Is said to
luvo been $40,000.
In England tho first literary Journal
wus published In 1080, tho llrst sport
ing paper In 1GS3 and tho llrst mcdl
cnl paper In 1C8G.
dad Lewis, a California girl living
In Now York, has written u yodel of
tho Sierras and dedicated it to Joa
quin Miller, tho poet of the Sierras.
There nre four and n half times as Hlio lias received a lcttor of ackuowl
niany sovereigns In use as half-sov-' edgment from Juanlta Miller, god-
' daughter of the California poet.
mhlinwliiH miiMMiw UiMK MH'HiMH '' i H
Commencing Wednesday, May 31
COMING WITH EVERYTHING NEW
The Grandest and Most Artistic Performances Ever
"-. Seen Here
And His Own Company of American
-TONS of APPARATUS-25-
' V. T. llltinilAM celebrates IiW
seventieth birthday today.
1). K DIU.INOllAM Is Bpendlui;
some tlmo In llllo on business.
CAIT. J. A. THOMPSON, Suprimc
Court clerk. Is doing camp life at
DKLKOATB KAijANIANAOI.H sail
ed by the Wilhelmlna this morning on
his way to' Washington. -
MRS. (JP.OKOE O. aUILD and chil
dren departed for tho norwest const
on tho Mnriima yesterday.
JAMRS McMASTBHB, u big stock
raiser of Australia, Is 'it passenger on
the Marania, starting on a world's
C A. nitUNH, the, well known San
Francisco traveling salesman left for
the coast In the stoqmer Wllliclinlna
ATTORNEY HRIX'KONB has been
retained to represent the Hawaii Her
ald In the libel suit brought ngulust it
by Nathan Scbarlln.
Mil. M. 11RASCH, mannger of Whit
ney & .Marsh left for tho mainland
Jhls morning on a repular btiyJnK trip
Mrs. Drnsch accompanied him.
MR. AND MRS. C. K. IIEMKNWAY
and Miss C. P. Hcmenway woro
among those, who sailed In tho Wil
helmlna for tho coast this morning,
AI-MCN JACOKR the Hoalaiil Iloat
Club member has gone to tho coast
on a pleasure nnd business trip. Ho
will look Into boating matters there.
MANAOI7R KIIANK HA1-DWIN of
Hawaiian Commercial Is In town. Ho
reports the sugar crop excellent nnd
tho piospcct for n good polo season
A II. HANNA, formerly of tho Kn
hulul store, has tuken tho place of
Wm. Iowrey as manager of Peacock
& Co.'s Ilonokna branch, Kowrey I
going to the Coast.
TERRITORIAL TREASURER D. I..
CONKMNO who Is to negotlnto tho
sale of Hawaiian bonds was n depart
Ing passenger In the Wilhelmlna for
tho mainland. He will proceed to
J. WALTER DOYIX, tho well
known oil o'wrntor who has bcon
spending Rome three months in the
Islands returned to the coast as a
passenger in tho Wilhelmlna leaving
AMES I1ICKNEI.U City nnd Coun
ty Auditor having been granted three
mouths' loavo of absence departed
for the mainland an a passenger In
tho steamer Wilhelmlna this morning.
He was accompanied by Mrs. lllck-nell.
R, A. KELLY, a former linotype op
erator of this paper, but of late em
ployed In. tho same capacity with tho
Paradise of the Paclllc, sailed for the
roast this morning In tho Wllholmlna.
Ho expects to visit his parents in the
middle States, whom bo has not seen
for over twenty years.
WILLIAM A HAHOEAR, manager
of tho Bllver department of Shrove &
Co., the Ban Kranrltco Jewelers, is n
tourist visitor to tho Islands, Ho l
now on a trip to the Volcano nnd will
leavo for tho Coast again In n few
days. Mr. Hargear Is a bmther-ln
law of James S. McCnndless.
in accepting a glass
of PRIMO, acknow
ledges the common sense hospitality of the
host, who reasons that what is GOOD for the
FAMILY is GOOD for FRIENDS.
PRIMO BEER, made from pure artesian
water and the highest grades of barley and
malt, under the most advanced sanitary brew
ing conditions, is indeed a drink that is good
for one's family and one's friends.
Order a case from your dealer
" x m jmrm r f-ataaav
Lw L av " OaLLLL
The. Beer That's .Brewed
Touit The Qimsie
A boon to Infants
A milk easily dlgstted
A ta(e hot-weather milk
Sick babies thrive on it
A necenity for bottle babies
A milk with Improved keeping
Bottled and capped by sanitary
lirrvn Hqmm frttnA
VUII lUllUM - IUU.lt;
ROSA & CO.
has the best Home-Made
Bread, German Pretzels and
Coffee Cake. Be sure and
ring up 2124.
1129 PORT STREET
Change of Show Every Night
Prices, 25c, 50c, 75c, $1.00
Seats on Sale Saturday, 9 n.m, at Orpheum Box Office
Delivered to Any Part of the City
PALM CAFE - Phono 2011
ORDERS ARE SERVED IN
Individual Meat and
BALTIMORE DAIRY LUNCH ROOM
May's Old Kona Coffee
Beit in tho Market
HENRY MAY & CO.
Pioneer and leaders in
the Automobile ButLnesi
Agents for such 'well-known cars
u I'ackard. Popo-lUrtford, Stevens'
Duryea, Cadillac, Thomas Flyer,
llulck, Overland, Ilaker Klectrlc. and
Supplies & Repairing
..For the BEST RENT CARS in the
city, rina up
OLDSMOBILE, No. 403
RENAULT, No. 404
LANDAULET, No. 680
C. H. BEHN
AT THE HOTELS
At the Youna.
P V. llnsccnuiH nnil wlfo, I'nln; It,
O. Henderson, Sun riimclsn; Priink
II. (Irconwull nnd wlfo, Ml wnllnri',
Konn, Iluwnll; Arnold Poster nnd
wife', Hun Prunrlsrn; l)r Humplnn
Cnlilll nnd wlfo, Hydimy, N. H. v;
Culm ItmiKVur, I'uiiiiIiik Is i It. Irvlnn,
Wiilnmnulo; J. It Nii'rH, Kllinnm,
Kiiimlj P P lluldwln nnil wlfi'j Muni!
..I i e i i
JiiiIko Whitney ycKinriliiy miisIiiIiikiI
tlm ilumurror nf lluriy IjiihIM In llm
fli8ln) suit liinilKllt HKUlll"! llllll liy llm
l.niiul 'iniiiiiny liniiiKM of dlllli'iilllxM
in or Hid litifoi in tittii nr Ihhhm 'I'Iio
iulllirr U Klnn iiiiussiiII In III" Mil
linn mli'il iumiiiiIiii dy lull" Snl
Ihe BI0YCLE 'DEALER and RE
FAIRER, hai moved to
180 KINO STREET
New locationRed front, near
Young Building. Telephone 2518.
Emma Street, above Berttanla
Vw TlinYnr.r.S arrived for raelnr
and central uie, 1'rJcei, $21 up tu
fuo. without UUKM, jupainuK ami
retlririK none iiratly
RINO UP THE
J K. MII.I.KU. lrop.
Packard, Klsael, and the only 1911
Blx-Cylinder, Seven-Seated Locomobile
King and Blehep Phone 3448
Bottled in Bond
JULES PERCHARDS & FILS'
CALIFORNIA SPARKLING WINEQ
We Deliver to Any Part of the City
ROSA & CO.,
Alakca and Queen Street!
I0X SALE AT ALL BAKU
Cream Pure Rye
EOVEJOY AHD CO.
You'll find they're all good fel
"It's the Fashion"
Hotel nr. Fort D. H. Daviei, Proi.
8CHUMAN CARRIAQE CO.
Inim itlmiii umi o It h l, Hhliim
liif'lm f.if ul u Dim uuIm
CHOICf. LOT Or CHICKEN8
I acific 3
KINO AND NUUANU STREETS
Rugs & Draperies
J. ilopp & Co., Ltd.
OAMU rUMNITUMR CO,
King Nlreeli tiiivtllt Ywnu lluUI
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