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nvnfjINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H SATURDAY, JUNE 3, 1911.
ROSA J CO;
Bottled in Bond
JULC3 PERCHARD3 & FIL8'
CALIFOnNIA SPARKLING. WINES
Wa D.llver to Any Part of Ih. City
ROSA & CO.,
AlaVes and Queen Street
mr t ale ait aix xaxi
Cream Pure Rye
I0VVE'J0Y A.HD CO.
You'll find they're all good fell
"It's" the Fashion"
Hotel nr. Fort' D. H. Davits, Froy'
I acific 3
KINO AND NUUANU STREETS
Fionecrt and Leaden in
,tho 'Automobile Baiinen
Agent (or such well-known cur.
m Packard, t'opo-Ilartford, Stevens
Duryca, Cadillac, Thomas Flyer,
ilulck, Overland, linker Electric, and
Supplies & Repairing
..For th. BE8T RENT CARS In th.
city, rina up
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OLDSMOBILE, No.' 403
RENAULT, No. 404
LANDAULET,' No. E80
C. H. BEHN-
RIJQ UP THE
J. K. MILLER. Prop.
Packard!, Kissel, and tli. only 1911
Blx-Cyllnder, 8sven-8eted Locomobile
King and Bishop Plion 3448
B. & 0. COUCH AND CROUP QYRUP
Alt affections of tho respiratory or
gans nro speedily helped by tho uso ot
this old FAMILY MED1CIN&
Prepared only by
BOERICKE & RUNYON CO.
rnicu r,o cents
Kor salo by all Druggists
NEW DRUG STORE
Weil Stocked with New Drugs and
SODA WATER FOUNTAIN
HAWAII DRUG CO.
42 Hotel Street, at end of Bethel
8CHUMAN CAnniAQE CO,
A boon to Infants
A milk easily digested
A safe hot-weather milk
Sick babies thrive on it
A necessity for bottle babies
A milk with improved keeping
Bottled and capped by sanitary
Bread Baked Daily
You can hive your order changed
dally and b suppliod with any of
these varieties' from
PHONE 1572 1131 NUUANU 8T.
has the hest Homc-Made
Bread, German Pretzels and
Coffee Cake. Be sure and
ring n 2124.
1120 FORT STREET
. ABSOLUTELY PURE
Delivered to All Parts of City
ORDER8ARE 8ERVED IN
Individual Meat and
BALTIMORE DAIRY LUNCH ROOM
May's Old Kona Coffee
Best In the Market
HENnY MAY & CO.
F. E. DAVIS & CO.,
Merchant and ftnuann Streets
The tlest Milk You Can Use
AT ALL DEALERS
FOR YOUR OnOOEHIEfl, SEE
AMKKIQAN 1IJIUHT.UA0K CO,
t.'I'Ba KIK Blreit, liur Mauiiill
I'lioni !UU p.ly Dtllvirr
Kam Alumni Meeting Marked
By Ruling That Affects
Candidates for various oriicos In
the Knmohnincha Alumni Association
wero swept asldo right and left last
night when tha nltimnl nBsoclnlloit In
Its annual meeting decided that any
member In an ears for dues could
not becomo an officer of tho associa
tion. The debate over this point wnaloim
and warm, and when the majority fin
ally decided that delinquent members
had no right under tho constitution
ami by-laws tn hold office, a number
of members who woro candidates for
nrlous positions found that they had
to withdraw. ,
William Ahl.l, collector of dues, hold
the situation, being- tho only 0110 who
knew who was ilcllnnncnr, but there
was no serious protcsls and tho plan
finally went through,
At tho1 meeting tho following oftt
ccrs woro elected to serve for tho
ensuing jcar: Daniel Palm, president;
Max Mattson, lcc-prcsldcnt: Joseph
Ordcnstcln, treasurer; Robert Mnhl
koa, recording- sedrctnry; K. McKcn
2le, corresponding Becrctnry and Da
vid r)eRhn( auilllnr. Tho-ic officers
with William Ahla, Thomas Tread
way and Ailolph Hottcndorf wcic
elected to constitute Iho Hoard of
Tho committee on Iho annual re
union reported that everything was
In readiness for this evening nnd that
tho big banquet In tho dining hall
promises to ono of tho most success
ful ever hold. Harry Aulil will bo
tnastmastcr, and Clmrlcs A. Cottrlll,
collector of Internal revenue, will be
speaker of tho occasion
Principal Policy I.. Homo, of tho
schools, who was present at tho nn
nual meeting last night, spoko of the
Improved conditions of tho schools
nnd pointed out a bright and hopeful
CKM'HAI, IIMON CiiUltCir.
At tho morning service at cleen
o'clock foil i toon now members will bo
received In to tho church. Tho nsslst
nnt minister will preach at tho eve
ning servlco ut 7:30 on the theme,
"How Much Do I Owe?" or "Tho
Christian Ideal, ot Duty."
Tho Hllilc School will meet as usual
at 9:S0 a. in. Further announcements
regarding the annual picnic Monday,
Jimn 12th, will bo made.
Tho Christian Endeavor meeting at
H;30 will bo led by Mr II. W. Rob
inson of Mills' School. Tho topic of
tho evening, "Lessons from tho Llfo
A most cordial invitation Is extend
ed to all In tho city who hnvo no oth
or church connection to nmko Central
Union their church home nnd to at
tend her Sunday and mid-week ser
vices. e a i
King and Alakcn streets. David
Caroy Peters, minister.
nibln School at 9:15 and sermon
with communion, at J I a, in.
Sloan Mission Illliio School at tho
Mission house on Kliwnhihao street,
Kawnlo, at 3 In tho afternoon.
, Christian Endeavor meeting at C:30
and ovonlng sermon at 7:30 every
Suiiday, l'raycr meeting evory Wed
nesday at 7:30, followed by tho Train
ing for Service clnss nt 8:30.
Tho mlnlstor can bo found nt tho
church from 12:30 to 1:30 on Mon
day, Wednesday and Friday of each
week. Entrance at tho sldo door,
-BULLETIN AD3 PAY
Q. What is good for my coupjh?
A. Aycr's Chciry Pectoral.
Q. How fond has It been used?
A. Seventy years.
Q. Do doctois cndo'rss if?
A, If notjwc would not intake It,
Q. Do you publish the forinul:.'
A, Yes. On every bottle.
Q. Any alcohol In It?
A. Not a Mnijlo drop.
Q. I low may I learn more of lliltf
W. Asli ymii uuctnr. lie know,
Aycr's Cherry Prtr&i
I'lfr 'f ) If pi I P. r 4 , I , I'. '
Work of Theodore Richards Is
Praised' By Literary
Theodore ltlchnrds and tho I'enca
tfcholarshlpn In Mlil-Pnclfle Imtllutc
that will bo given to Mudcuts of .la
pan, aro given clendad mention In
the May 13 lhsuu of the Literary Di
gest, which sees In tho scholarship
plan a movement of grenl Hlenlflonnrn
In promoting world-pence Tho Liter
ary Digest secure! Its Information
from tho Japanese press direct, an I
Its qilotntlons show that Iho Pearo
Scholarship Idea has taken firm hold
on tho students and statesmen of Dul
Mr. Richard Is otpcctlng to hear in
tho next few week from tho results
or tho scholnr.illlp tents The essay
must ho handed In by Juno 10. Two
essays will constitute tho scholarship
test. Ono of Iho essays Is to ho In
Jnpaneso on Wnrlil-Pcnro, the olhei
In English on friendly relations be
tween AiperlC.l and Japan Dr. N'lto
be. of Toklo, whn Is heid of tho "Chu
gaku sjstcm" there Is Iho Judge of
the essays, and final decision on the
flvo scholarship winners will be mailo
nnd reported on June 30.
Mr. Richards sas that tho scholar
ship plan has been Bplcndlrtly receiv
ed evorywhero and Is enthusiastic
ocr tho prospects of promoting ami
cable relations between tho two countries.
Acquisition of Natural Park
Held Up By Inaction of
failure nn the part of the United
Htalui government to turn buck the
Punchbowl section to tho Territory of
iluwull Is keeping the Territory out of
possession nnd development of u splen
did natural park. Although the negoti
ations wtro Once priiLtlcnlly concluded,
It Is understood, between tho T rrltery
and tho War Department, a delay of
months followed, and It Is uncertain
now when FUnchbowl will be handed
Punchbowl was taken by tho War
Department In tl.i course of Its mill
tnry plans here, but, according to In
formation received by the llawnll Pro
motion Committee, thrt declslvi has
been fully rrachct to, turn tbu land
back. This was several months iirO,
mid when Secretary Mott-Smlth was
on bis mainland trip, It was hoped that
something would bo done to hasten tho
actual transfer, but It Is still dormant.
D. P H. Isenberg, who was named
a committee of one to look Into tho
Punelibow'l park matter, reported yev
terday that the park Is stilt only a
possibility, as the federal government
Is In control and there Is no uso doing
nn (bins' mwv
The Promotion Committee hopes to
bo able to do something that will get
action stirred up and allow Honolulu
a unique, nnd permanent natural park
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Distributors 1024 Fort St, Nr. King
for Hawaii Odd follows' Building
This, picture and the words Bro. Benja
min mutt be on every package
HONOLULU DRUG CO., LTD.,
JAPAN DN THE
SANITARY SOAP 1
REAL E8TATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record June V 1911.
From 1030 a. m. to 4i30 p. m.
It Tiina'kn to OI.ih Sugar Co Ltd. .CM
NiiKiirhl tn Olan Sugar Co Ltd... CM
If At) amnio to Olaa Sugar Co Ltd.. CM
Z Kucblhara ct ul tn Olaa Sugar
Co Ltd CM
I Kuglmnto to Olaa Sugar Co Ltd. CM
Y Oklno et al to Olau Sugar Co
Jltehahu to Olaa Sugar Co Ltd.... CM
Luclndn X Ituchly and bsb to First
Am Savs A Tr Co of 11 Ltd.... M
Y Ahln and wf to Lincoln L Mc-
Camllc.H ., 1)
Est of W C Lunalllo by trs to Al
bion 1' Clark Par Rcl
Dunk of Honolulu Ltd to Jolmtinu
n Marshall Ilel
Rank of Hawaii Ltd to Orfl IS Hart-
lett ; ltd
Clins J Wall by atty to Orn E
Ora E llartlett and lisb to Dank of
Hawaii Ltd M
J I) Marines, tr, and wf to Maria
J (ionics M
Entered for Record June 2, 1911.
From 830 a. m. to 10i30 a. m.
Albion !' Clark and wf to C I' Yen I)
Rrnrgft Rodlek unci wf to I'nul
It Kamel to II lliirUKIirhl CM
Ilebetca Nicholas and hb tn C D
i: I) Lufkln and wf In Vf I- Pogue I)
Est of Antiiii I. lion by admr to
Thomas I'' Kennedy !
Tito Jnpaneso are looking forwnrd .
to tho completion or the Panama canal J
with tho utmost complacency for they
do not doubt that It will both dccldcly j
Increase the prosperity and cnlianto
tho commercial position of Japan
Speaking on the subject at a recent
meeting of the I'aclllc Association In
Tokyo, Vlco-Adinlrnl Ilnron Klmotsukl
"Tho construction ot the Suez canal
brought about a complete change In
the lelalions of tho East and West.
Tho Panama canal will bring another
Hitherto European steameis pi) lug to
tho Far East liao had to make the
homeward trip In ballast Whon tho
canal is opened, they will load cereals
nnd fruits from tho I'aclllc coast and
carry them home, thus saving tho
largo sunt of money hitherto paid for
.railway freightage across tho Amer
ican continent Japan will prollt by
tho change in this tiond of trade. This
Is the steamer ago In tho world's his
tory, tho gross tonnage of steamers of
all countries being forty-two million
tons In 1910, an incrcaso ot sixty
seven per rent during tha past ten
jears. Foreign nteaiuors entering Jap
nncso ports show an Incrcaso of
sixteen por cent, in every four years
"Ten cars since, It is estimated
Japan will harbor ten thousand
Fte.imcrs of twelve thousand tons av
erage each car Assuming that ten
thousand steamers of -six thousand
toni proceed from Yokohama to
America oveiy enr Japan will have
to supply twelve tons of coal, valued
at from ninety-six million yen to ono
hundred and twenty million en
Thin certainly' ineaim a big trade for
Japanese coal mines China at present
docs not produce enough coal oven
for domestic consumption Shuns!
coal, though much-talked of, run not
bd brought to tho coast nt any mark
etable price. In addition to tha coat,
Japan will ho ablo In noil to foreign
steamers two million live hundred
thousand yen worth of fresh water. In
view of thoso (nmmorclal possibili
ties, It is obvious thnt Japan must
construct better coaling ports than
thoso she now has at MoJI and Mu
roran " Orentnl ltcvlovv.
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ERY and FILING SYQTEM8, call or
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An Electric Buhach Burner
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