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EVCNINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. M WEDNEODAY, JUNE 14, 1911.
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I BLSUE ArcW BRUGHELLI IS MAUI IS BUSY
I hotl Youpg HEAVY LOSER ONSANITA
l-MJ A UUItil, HtHKtU HUU3L Oh SM if'S-C
fflp'v UNUSUAL EXCELLENCE ji . -JK JSf
Hftk' American Plan - Hooin with Itulh mid fWVySjk
EjC.'" Hoard from l.0 a Day kfV'Ql
Bffi,, , European Plan Hoom with Until from r HK-?'
h , . l4i0O n Uiy Pale; wmrzr
Hit'-. Special Monthly Rates vHx J
A lilgli-rlass Family mid Tourist Hotel
llnlf block from ('uliinihln Theater,
mid mi Hi.' edge r the Hi-tall Simp
ping District. j:ery room with l'rl
vnto Hath. Positively Fireproof.
, W. E. Zander, Manager
Geary Street, above Union Squaie
Juit opjoiite Hold Si. FiiucU
European Plan S1.60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel ami brick structure, furnish
ings con jaw.fKjO. High class
hotel at moderate raUa. Omnihus
meets nil trains and steamers
Hotel Stewart now recognized n3
Hawaiian Island headquarters.
Cable address, "Trnwcts" A. 11. ('
Code. Reservations made through
Trent Trust Co.. Port Street.
Hotel St. Francis
Union Square. San Francisco
Under the Management of
I"..t(l(l tin- lieiii'llul park
H r. tin- hriirl of the city,
nlilrh Is Hie Una I re i(
the pilnclpal cn-iils nf
the famous fi-slhnls of San
I'imiicNcii, Oils liuli-l, In (-11.
Wroninciit mill aliiiniplicre, !
iri-scs must plensunll) the
roinfiirtahlu spirit uf old till
. 'I lie rojiillj and nobility ol
.-.. f If d World and the Knr
Knsl anil the men of high
nchlrii'iiifiit In America who
nsM-tnlilo here eonlrlhulo to the
cosmopolitan iilininphcrc of nn
Inslllulluu li'ilch represents
(lie linspllalllj iiml Imlhldual
ft j- of San Francisco (o the
The building, nldcli marks
(he farllii-st ndtnnco of science
In sen Ice, has now Hie largest
rapacity of iiuy hotel striicturo
In the West, nnd upon coiiiplt
Hon or Hie I'ost street nnnci
will ho Hie largest carurnnsery
In the norld.
whim: thi: service is un.
dsual, tiik l'kices akk
European Han from $2.00 Up
A PRIVATE HOTEL OF
Emma Street, Above Vineyard
HISS JOILN'KON. Proprietor
A Mecca for Boys Who Love Outdoor
Tramping, Moiinlulii Climbing, llnse
ball, Track, TemilH n ml (Swimming.
MAPULEHU VALLEY, MOLOKAI
" July 1 to August 1, 1911
Tor particulars address:
Prin. C. T. Fitti, I'unahou Prep. Hrliool
Prof. C. E. Darter, Ouliu College
Public Servlco Association
THE MOON SHINES DRIGHT AT
LOW nATE3 FOR THE SUMMER
Rooms and Board
W. C. Bergln, Prop.
II ii I let lu 1'illlorlal II (join Phone
2185. "ill let In Iluslness Offlio
All run down, easily tired, nerv
ous? And do not know what
to take? Then jjo direct to
your doctor. Ask his opinion
of Aycr's Sarsaparilla. It con
tains no alcohol, no stimulation,
nnd is a blood purifier, a nerve
tonic, n strong alterative, an aid
to digestion. Ask your doctor
about Aycr's non-alcoholic Sar
saparilla as a strong tonic for
Prpird ry Pr. J, C. Aref k C., trtl, Vttt , V, S. K
Baseball For Sunday
TWO CI AMISS
1i30 JAPANESE vs. PORTUGUESE
3:30 HAWAIIS vs. STARS
llescm-d Seats for center anil wings
of grandstand can lie honked at 1-1 O.
Hull .V Son's sporting iUiarliiient. I.'n
trance. King street.
Tli-kelH on sale at M. A. rjunst's
i .K.it- SHire, flnlil 1 p. in. Saturday to
II a in .Sunday.
Prices 35c, 2Se and 15o
Is a valuable little book that tolls
you all about using tho "Sapolin"
Enamels and Varnishes that will
make tho shabby nrticles In your
home "things of beauty and Joys
Come In and ask for the
book nnd let us show you
what "Sapolin" does.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. KING STREET
Preserve Your Negatives
75c to $1.W per Album
PLATE NEGATIVE Preservers
Photo Supply Co.,
Fort Street . Below Hotel
'and Coarse Mexi
cans. A large assort
ment, HAWAII &
A SUGGESTI0N0N ECZEMA
It Is siiKKCstcd that eczema suffer
ers asl: Honolulu Drug Co. uf this city
nliiit reports they are getting from
the patients who have used the (ill of
wlntergreen Ihiuld compound, I), I),
Out Thousand Dollars On Hilo
Flight Horse Races
(Hpeelal Itutlet In I'crrestiouilenee.)
III,'). June 12 The airmen who
ennio to this city to.Klve performances
certainly need have no kick lit llllo,
tliouRli Promoter l-'ellx llriiRhclll Is
considerably out and Injured lis the re
sult of the accident which took pluco
on Saturday afternoon. He bad placed
a certified check Tor I2M In the hands
of MnunKcr Patlrn nf Iho First Hank
'of llllo, to be handed over to Walker
when the contract had been fulfilled.
Shortly after Iho ncchlcnt of Saturday
afternoon he Instructed Patten to turn
over tho money In toto.
The Kate receipts for Saturday were
hetween live hundred nnd six hundred
dollars, nnd llriiKhelll's expenses wero
proliably at least two hundred, which
will leave hint nut to the tune of nhoiit
a thousand dollars. The crowd on Sat-j
tirdny was small, ns mot of tho local
people were llRiirlnK on tho Sunday to
lake In the show. I
The three horso 'rnees wero nil Rood
nnd attracted a Rood deal of attention.
DelliiRii, Iho new horse broiiRht down
In nice nt Kahulul, and owned by John
O'Rourke, Just mnnaKcd In trim Major
t'nlller nt a mile. In the excellent llmo
of 1:48 1-:, which would have been nt
least two seconds faster If tho track
hnd not been soft. It was n neck and
neck rneo all the way, with Collier on
Iho outside, nnd there was never n,
IciiRth distance between tho two from'
start to finish. I
St. Avon enslly defeated SprlnR Han'
In n half mtlo dash nnd seems to bo
In the llnest shape of his career. Tho
Pacini; event broiiRht'out n newcomer!
In llllo Roy, who defeated Harry Hurst
In slralRht heals, 1 : 1 r, and 1:14. In tho
first heat he Just mnuaKcd to show n,
half leiiRth nhead, by a lino hurst of
speed, The second heat ho led from
the llaR and won out enslly.
TELLS OF WORK
Pr, .1. T. Wnyson'B wnrk with tho
lepers Is given tho following mention
In Iho San Francisco Kxamlncr of re
Next llmo ynu take a drink' of soda
water and tho giiB makes ynu sputter
and rough,- pondnr .a moment over
this Interesting' -lilt, of human Intelli
gence, i' I J .. ( '.''
That gas, solidified Into, n "pencil"
pfllhp conslstcnciy "f wild croant, and
haVlijg a"1ciiiporiitiir5 W lip ilcsrceK
below crn, Is being used InJhp leper
hospital nt Honolulu with rnmnrknhlo
success. Two nbsoluto euros of lep
losy have been mnito as tho result
of freezing the llcsh with this "cm unit
I)r. .1. T. Wayann, head or Iho Ka
llhl receiving station, two miles from
Honolulu, where all suspected lepers
arc sent, arrived In San Francisco nn
the stenmor Sierra yesterday and tohl
about his experiments with this
It has been, used In hr.tuly parlors
In remove warts and It has been used
In lupus and Bkln diseases,, but never
until recently has It been tried un
Brings Hope to Lepers.
While tho now remedy Is not a euro
for all stages of this disease It has
brought the first rays of comfort Into
tho hearts of thnso afflicted with tho
Dr. Wayann Iiiib come to tho United
States ns a delegate to Iho reinven
tion of tho Amorlenn Medical Asso
ciation In- I .os Angeles. Ho has
brought wnx models with him nnd
will explain tho treatment to tho
"It Is not u new illscnvory In It
self," snhl Dr. Wayson. "It Is only a
now application. I hnd road nf tho
iiso of tho carbon dlnxldo In various
skin diseases and I experimented on
n boy In Iho first singes of tho ills
04180. He lias been discharged as
curod. Another boy will bo sent
away soon. Those nro the first two
cases In the Islands of absoluto cures.
GASOLENE IN GAS.
Tho Hxnmlnor of Juno 7 saya: The
Honolulu Consolidated Oil Company
Is getting ready for tho first test on
a largo scalo In tho making of gaso
line from gas In tho Iluena Vista Hills,
At Its great gas well on section 10,
32-34, It Is now Installing eight eighty-
hnrsopower gaa compressors, with
which It expects to be able to handle
4,000,000 cubic feut of gas per day,
Next week tho people who are putting
In tho plant will go nut to connect up
tho machinery, and In thirty days It
is thought the plant will bo turning
nut gasoline In commercial (juunti-
II u 1 1 e 1 1 n Kdltorla! .'loom l'hniif
2185 Bulletin UusIiims Ofllre
MT-BULLETIN A03 PAY-aM
Board of Supervisors Has New
Building Ordinance and Will
Stand for Enforcement.
(Hpeclnl Ilullotln Ccrresi-ondence,)
WAIMIKU, -Juno 10. The Hoard of
Supervisors, Hoti, W. F. Poguo,
Chairman, met at the County Hall
this week, and transacted many Ini
porta'nt measures regarding nant'n
tlon nnd. raising salaries of olllclals.
Mr, T. II, L-yons; appointment by
County Clerk. W. F. Knae, ns deputy
County clerk was approved by the
Hoard, Mr. Lyons' salary will bo
about J HHi.OO per month. Deputy
County Attorney Knos Vincent will
hnvo his monthly stipend Increased
from 900.00 to JI&O.uo per month
commencing with July 1st. Other
raises for efficient services are being
contemplated and nction on samo will
bo taken up In tho future. Tho prob
lem of raising icvenuo Is bothering
the members of tho hoard soinowhnt,
hut they believe that raising salaries
Is tho first slep necessary In tho
science of raising revenue Tor In
crease of revenno goes hand In hand
with Increase of pay, especially In
county departments. Sanitary In
spector M. P. Wnlwalolc was Instruct
ed to closo up (Mil shops that do not
come up lo (he icgulallons according
to tho requirements of die pol act of
1911. Mannger II. It. IVnhallnw, of
tho Walliiku Sugar Couip-iny, Super
intendent J. N. S. Williams, of Iho
Kahulul Itallroad Company, Mr. II. A.
Itlcc, of tho Hawaiian Commercial
and Sugar Company, and Mr. I)
Flemmlng of Iho Maul Agricultural
Company, nnd olhors appeared beforo
the Hoard of Supervisor and explain
ed their views on the new building
ordinance that the County Fathers
wish to pats. They all agreed that
tho remedies aimed nt by this ordi
nance nro all covered by tho present
Hoard of Health icgulallons. and fenr-
less enfoi cement of the samo by tho
health nuthorltJes would bring Iho
deslicd result without necessitating
the Issuing of p"imlls.
BUSYTIME ON MAUI
(Sjieclnl Iltil let in Correspondence.)
WAILUKU, Juno 10. Dr. Win. C
Merrill, representative of Iho Inter
national Kuiidny School Association
of Norlh.wcslcrn America, has had a
very successful trip .In,, tho Interests
of the Sunday schiuils on Maul this
week and lie returned to Honolulu by
tho steamer Mauna Kca quite satis
fied with the reception accorded him
where over ho went. '
On Sunday mornlngr according t
Iho program laid oiit, for hint, ho
taught at a Sunday school nt Pain
that morning and utterwards preach
cd to a largo congregation In tho
samo church at II o'clock; In Iho
afternoon ho was at Kahulul, nnd at
7:30 o'clock preached lo a largo and
most appi eclat Ivo nudlenco at tho
Walluku Kindergarten. Tho choir of
ladles nnd gentlemen sang specially
prepared hymns for tho evening. On
Monday morning at 1 o'clock Rev. Mr.
Morrill spoko to about twenty-flvo
pastors and Sunday Bchool teachers
of Ccntial Maul at tho Walluku Town
Hall, telling them excellent plans to
bo carried out In Sunday school work
which would provo successful if
brought Into operation.
That aflornoo'u Mr. Mcrrltt Bpoko
at the Walluku Kindergarten build
ing to Sunday school siipcrlatendcii'ii
and teachers. That evening ho Hioko
to a largo congregation at Wnlkapu,
about fifty boys and girls greeting Mr.
Men lit with beautiful songs. On
Tuesday oveulng ho spoko nt tho
Wnlluku Town Hall beforo tho mem
bers of Iho Kunliumonu Junior nnd
Senior Glitlsllan Kndeavor Soelotlcs
and their friends, and on Wednesday
evening a very oiilliusliiBtlc congrega
tion, both .old nnd young, greeted the
Illustrious speaker nt tho Wulheo
Church, and this terminated his spe
cially prepared program for central
Maul, which wero all well carried out.
Hov. Mr. Mcrrltt left for Lahalnn,
via Knhakulon, Ilonolinhnu nnd Hono
lua, meetings being hold at all those
places en route.
the same as babies.
Babies can't take care
of themselves, nor can
Babies cry for atten
tion so do nerves.
Probably both are half
starved for proper
By Special Request Two Nights More
NEW PICTURE8 OF A TRIP TO
Ileuullful Colored Moving-lecture
Alto by Special Arrangement
The Great Valdean
New Zealand's Premier Magician and
Formerly with Max Pemberton,
Author and Lecturer
PRICES 10, IS and 25 Cents
Coupons for Auto Are Good
TIIK IIIO THHATIHI"
Direct from tho Const Orphcum Circuit
A 1UO HIT LAST NIGHT
A Clever Trio Don't Mist Them
Gilson and Tolan
Singing and Dancing Team
In Latest Novelties
NEWE8T MOTION PICTURES
AMATEURS ON FRIDAY
Popular Prices Popular Orchestra
j.frFit, a cozy; evening-"
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
Now Program Headed by
, .Tho Charming Vocalist .
In u Njw' Series ot SolAcled (jj6nt;s3 A
Catchy Act ' '
Alfreda Van Ness
The Operatic Singer and Umpire
Lightning Sketch Artist
Newest Films on the Empire 8creen
SAME POPULAR PRICES
"The Houte of Good Fllmi"
COOL OPEN-AIR THEATER
PHOTO PLAYS ONLY
ONLY NO VAUDEVILLE
Will Add to the I'lcasuro uf the En
tertainment ALL NEW PHOTO PLAY8
Innovation Is Popular
PRICES 10o and ICo
8ATURDAY, JUNE 17
The Manly Art of 8elf-Dofeme by Two
George vs. McKenna
Of San Francisco Of Huston
15 R0UND8 15
Evenly Mutchcd and on the Squute
Eight Rounds 135 Pounds
KRADALAK (Battery F, First Field
Artillery, Schofield Barracks) vi. WIL
LIAMS (Company A, Camp Very).
SEATS AT M. A. GUN8T A CO.
lllnKSlde Seats ,,.,3.00
iwitiii-Biru ocuib ....... ft. ou aim 9,U(I
I General Admission 1,00
In Colors Pink, Blue, White, Lavender and Red
In Old BIue;Brown, and Green tho very
latest for "couch-covers and draperies
25c a yard
JUD IS LARGE
Between SikVand-Jen, Thou:
san'dDollarsvto Be Available
- For Citizen Movement.
Ilitwceii six and ten thousand dol
lar.! Is avullahlo for use on "Clean-Up
Day," Saturday, Juno 24. This was the
btutement made, to u meeting ot tho
special executive commlttco In chnrgo
of thu campaign by President 13 A.
Hermit of tho Oahu central Improve
ment commlttco yesterday afternoon.
Tho majority of tho money, ho fur
ther stated, Is to come from tho Hoard
of Health, and will bo tho government's
contribution to tho clean-up cumpalgn
conducted by clttscnH. Tho rest Is to
l((! Riven by mercantile and shipping
' Sixteen out of tho nineteen members
of llio cnminlltee nttended tho hastily
called meeting yesterday and n lot of
details wero settled as to tho conduel
of tho d.iy of general cleaning. An
other meeting Is to be held next Sat
urday night, and by that tlmo each
committee Is expected to hnvo somo
deflidtn plans to report upon.
The committees named arc ns fol
lows: Executive Committee E. A. Dcrndt,
A Superior Line of
Just received, and marked to be
retailed at wholesale prices.
This Jine consists of Skirts, Corset-Covers,
Gowns, Chemise, etc., all of the latest
L B. KERR & CO.,
chairman; H. on Daintfi, J. L. Mc
Ixsiin. Will J. Cooper, W. F. Wilson.
Dr. W. O. Rogers, C. C. James, F. U
Wnldron. John Walker, William WoN
ters. F. J. Mclaughlin, A. Q. Mnrcal
lino. M. C. Piieheco, S. Shcba, V. Kl
mum, Y. Snga, Chu Ocm, Dr. V Wong
Leong and C. K, Al.
Finance E. I. Spalding, chairman:
J. I Cooke, E. A. Mott-Bmlth, Y. Altai,
ChliijMliu; jihd O. FAffonso.
i .'Districting F," UAV.a.ldron. air
man; E.l Towse, Dr.I.' Kats'ukl, 'Yen
Yap. rr. Victor S. Clark, A. II. ..It.
Vlclrn nnd.S. Mnludona. ''J
Clerical Help and Interpretations'
A. K. Ozawn, chnlrman: Father Valen
tin, Ell Crawford, G. Ynmada, W. Qual
Fung und J. M. Camarn.
Curtago nnd Implements' It. von
Damm, chairman; Yone Kwong Tal,
David I laughs, Ouy Gere, A. V. Poters
and M. Kawahara. ,
Illrod Labor Win. Welters', chair
man; Frank Crecdon, II. K. Alapal,
Choy Dan, M. Komeya, V. Fernandez
Jr., 8. Tnkahashl and K. Ona.
Transportation Dr. W. O. rtogers,
chairman; V. Motoshlge, Loo Jot C.
ty. V,, Forster, W. W. Thayer. M. Cooke,
K.- Maruyumn and M. I'. rtoblnson.'
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAYS
Take Laxative Bromo Quiniho
Tablets. AH druggists refund
the money if it fails to cure.
E. W. Grove's signature is on
PARIS MEDItfNE CO, Gt. Louis, US..
W ; Up
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