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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THURSDAY, JUNE 22, 1911.
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ROSA J CO.
Bottled In Bond
JULE3 PEHCMARDS &. FIL3'
CALIFORNIA SPARKLINO .WINES
We Deliver to Any Part of the City
ROSA & CO.,
Make and Queen Stteeti
JTOS tAfZ AT ATJ, BAM
Cream Pure Rye
LOVEJOY AND CC.
you'll And they're tU good fel
"It's the Fashion"
Hotel nr. Fort D. H. Haviei, Pro
KINO AND NUUANU STREETS
Co., Ltd. .
Pioneers and leaders In
the Automobile Bunnell
Agent fur such well-known cars
h Packard I'lipe-lluitfnrd, Stevens
Ituryni, Cadillac, Tln,iuas Klytir,
llnli'l.. (ivi-rlaiiil, linker Illcctrlc, uml
Supplies & Repairing
.-.For the BEST HENT CARS In the
city, rinp up
OLDSMODILE. No. 401
RENAULT, No. 404
LANDAULET, No. 60
C. H. BEHN
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
CIOAH HOW 5s
! A OtlNST Ml KtrnU
Rugs & Draperies
J. Hopp & Co., Ltd.
OAHU FURNITURE CO.
Klng8treet, opposite Young Hotel
P. O. tioz 810 l'uone 3091
WINES AND LIQUORS
We deliver to any part ol the
Phone 2026. P. 0. Box 488
A boon to Infant!
A milk easily dlgetted
A safe hot-weather milk
Sick babies thrive on it
A necessity for bottle babies
A milk with Improved keeping
Dottled and capped by sanitary
Bread Baked Daily
You can havo your lorder changed
daily and bo supplied with any of
these varieties from
1131 NUUANU ST.
has the best Home-Made'
Mread, German Pretzels and
Coffee Cake. De sure and
ring up 2i 24.
1120 I'OllT STltEET
Delivered to All Parts or City
ORDERS APE ERVED IN
Individual Meat and
BALTIMORE DAIRY LUNCH ROOM
May's Old Kona Coffee
Bast in the Mark.t
HENRY MAY & CO,
F. E. DAVIS & CO.,
Merchant and Wnnanii Street
The Best Milk You Can Use
AT ALL DEALER3
FOR Y0UK GROCERIES. SEE
AMERICAN BROKERAGE GO.
3-95 KiriR Street, new Mauuakea
Will Do It
15c. each. 2 for 3Sc. Arrow Cuff,, JSe.
Clu.tt. 1'e.boJy c Co.. Troy. N. Y.
Mm more hcniitlful tlmn thnso
which a few years ago were to
In. seen unly In the liouscVof tho
Wo linvo ninny new designs on
vlv uml they will mulouhtcilly
piove revelation to yon. I'mmi
uml soo tht'in. even If you ilo not
Intend to buy.
Lewers & Gooke,
177 S. KING STREET
For a Time
it. I.. stevenson
ltlC'ilAltl) HAItDINO DAVIS
JOHN VOX. JR.
HAITI. KM SERIES
W. W. JAOIIIH
V. It. STOCKTON
ALL SCitlHNEU EDITIONS
FOR A TIME $8.75
Brown & Lyon Co.,
Many Novelties for This Year
A. D. ARLEIOH & CO., LTD.
For GENERAL OFFICE. STATION'
ERY and FILING SYSTEMS 'e.ll .
writo to us fcnd we will fill your wants.
Office Supply Co., Ltd.,
031 FORT STREET
A FINE LOT JUST ARRIVED
Ihe BICYCLE .DEALER and RE
PAIRER, has moved to
180 KINO STREET
New location Red front, new
Tounp Building. Telephone 2518.
Emma Street, above Beretauia
New BICYCLES arrived for racltf
nd general use. Prices, 25 up to
J35, without brakei, Repairing and
e-tirinit done neatlv. ,
a. p. Mcdonald,
Contractor and Builder
RstlinutcH given on all ' klnda uf
Concrete. Work a Specialty
'AUAHI STREET, NEAR NUUANU
E. O. HALL & 80N, LTD.
Cor. King and Fort Sts, HONOLULU
Hardware, Paints and Oils, Ship
chandlery, Stoves, Crockory, Classware
and Kitchen Utensils) Sporting Goods,
Ouns, Revolvers and Ammunition.
2185 cdllorlul rnoTas 2250
hiislness ofllce. These uro Hie Ule
phouu nuiubrm of the II u 1 1 o 1 1 u,
AKIN TO POLITICAL PREJUDICE
Home of Homer No More In Dispute Than Which Will Have
the Distinction of Being the Homes of Bulletin Trip
The seven cities) that claimed tlio Saturday night nt 8 o'clock Tho
honor of being th birthplace of Homer II il 1 1 c 1 1 II contest will III' only n
will ho tin nothing compared to tho him Her of history uml till' ten trip's
numlier of homes Hint lire ready rlBlit
now to claim the distinction of being
the home of the winners III tho llul-
let In popularity contest, which will
end Saturday nlslit. Which Is natural
enough, for Homer was exceedingly
dead before liny coinniuplty claimed
nini. iiiere nre n large, numuer or ana ,(, lenders of lodur limy he had
very llvn ones concerned In the liMil- , Mirjirlscil to llll (I on the llilill slur
sclto which Is to confer distinction on ,t sonii! one who lms not hern ore
Homo homes and liidlvhluul, ; alliiK HTJ-lunch of a sensation during
It has lieioinc n matter of moro than (lie contest comes to the front ami
Individual success that Is now Involv- carries off one nt the grnnil Jirlies.
ed In this most tiotahlo of newspaper WHM..MnM
contests. Nut only are Individuals ar-j
ruyeu anaiusi :icn oilier, nut wnolo
organizations aro In competition, uml
thero Is no douht whatever that It Is
being made u matter of jirldo In many
place the winning of first honors. .
The element of personal Interest Is
very nearly as strnui; as tho matter
of political prejudice, and for that rea
son the 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 ii contest Is to these
Islands something very near akin to an
election of political Importance.
Don't Be Late.
Tlio contest manager desires to InWfW
press upon the candidates the Import
ance of having their reserves In tho
ballot box In plenty of time. Thero
Will iimloiihUdly he iultn n rush thee,
last day of the contest, nnd It will be
to tho ndvnntage of every candidate to
get his votes In the ballot box nt the
Those who depend upon tho mnll to
bring their votes and subscriptions '
should mall them not later than l'rl-'
day, so ns to be sure that every vote i
will bo In the ballot box on time. If
tl.ui, n.. .....II. ..I nH 1.l.l.... .1 . .
.... j ...- .!-. ii f i limy uifv mum
reach the Bulletin olllce by 8
o'clock fi.,iMiv nii I., i, ,i.
Final Days May Be Decisive Ones.
Him tno two 'ilnys remaining In tho
contest. It has become Imperative that
each candidate Should do his best to
secure ns many votes ns posslblo dur-
lag the remaining days of this week. 17, " , ' "-.') " "e mo spo
At o'clock Saturday night the bnHot riho".!,;. ff .
box will be closed and no votes will teclcd frinn the handllm? to whiel. ..r.
bo ncceptcd nfter that hour, and tho
greatest contest In Hawaii will have
The till lint In l,,vll,., nil r.on.11.
dales nnd thou-friends to be present at
the llnnl count, which will take place
... the bnsmess oUlce of the ..
1 ' "
Tho count will bo made In full view
of everyone, and the (Vwlslon of tho
Judces will be made nt the earliest pos-
slbhi moment. It enn not bo said too.
emphatically that candidates who are
r r-n? - "i tl c:"':
' '" '""" "" Kiienl , , prorcrvCd In any fluid. In th-i
efforts, during the remaining days of case of the softest and most jieilsli.
the contest. able matter that cannot be sent ex
Center of Population Cuts No Figure. rt'P' In Unld the best way Is to place
When this contest was opened, on ,l10 specimens In a preservative mix
March 28, the conditions under which '"r0 "la,I ''' adding two parts of
It was to ho carried on wero set forth S'TS flllchyile to one hundred
with much more attention to detail ."" " . a.,.or:0' . Pl "I rn
than was dovoted to setting forth tho
nnturo and the value of the prizes to
n awarded. Homo of tlio contestants
wero nt first InHlmil to complain about
tho elnborato plan' Involved, but It was
Mmplo enough In Jho working nut, nnd
It had tho advantage which Is now ap-
pealing to all of the contestants-that
It puts the candidates from the Island
districts on n parity with tho contest-
ants dwelling In the hear't of tho, city
In the, matter of reaching for nnd win-
nlng n trip. Centers of population can
..nt .. n,...,.. i.. ,.... ,.n.,.. m, ,,i ...,.i
organization prizes. Vo.es-nd votes
only-declde tho awards , t will ho eovornl days In trn st; In
The contest vvaN not developed ntwMch ca80- lt ' bo X L,m !o
once. It wns evident thnt tho peoplo, punotiiro the tin with a few small
were feeling their wny nlong nnd feel-1 holes.
Ing their strength. Some of them have
been doing thnt up to the present time.
When ceitaln Individual contests began
to shape themselves thero wns moro
Interest developed, nnd now within two
days of tho llnlsh, there Is not one of
over B0 candidates who are In the run
ning who Is not In reach of a trip.
How Votes Are Issued.
Contest votes aro issued on pnld sub
scriptions to tho Evening nulle
1 1 n In proportion to the length of
tlmo such subscriptions aro paid In
accordance with tho schedulo' appear
Trice of Kvenlng llulletln.
1 Mouth's Subsprlptlon ....I .75
3 Months' " $ 2.00
6 Months' " 4.00
1 Venr's ' 1 8.00
2 Years' " JIC.00
3 Years' " '....,$24.00
G Years' ' " $40.00
Trice of Weekly Dulletln.
KYear's Subscription S 1.00
D Years' " $ G.OO
nm ortriinUatloii prlzCN offered by Hie
nnpr-r will he distributed among the
Willi only three days left of the
Unlit-till contest It will he neces-
Mir) for etery contestant In the ritcp
to irt't t'ttTj imillillilc subscription,
VOTES ISSUEIi ON
Huliscrlplloiu to Kienlng JInlletln.
One month 2S0
Three months 4G0
Six months 1,000
One year ..'. 1,400
Two years .... G.OOO
Three years 9,200
Five years 24.000
Huli8crlilluns to Weekly Hullelln.
Ouo year 2G0
Five years J, GOO
FIRST STEP IN
;, ., ..i . ...
ua?' ' i. ' , , ,T." '" '" Can."
I'o'ct. uboJiih tho Mediterranean fruit
lly all pcniilc liavlmr Infected fmlt
trees nro'iished to send samploH to
li M. Khrliorn. I. O. llox 207 llano-
lulu and tlio fol owing oeneml shin.
I'llK illroctors will be valuable:
",0 forwarding of specimens by
J10"1 .' ,ls"all' n uy mailer. It
dlnary postnl matter la subjected,
Tlio most Important point In that
'he specimens arilve In the freshest
pOSSllllo (.(inilllloil. To tills end tllliv
f1'0,"1'! bu at,iere'l "'"I packeil short-
,; ill , ' "h i .
enco In the state of tho slilnmnnt on
arrival. This matter Is thorelore an
Important one, and fortunately, In
HWt 'cises, n llltlo thought will make
." ""VV ul,"("u to comply Willi
,h ;"H" '""" to neglect It.
Afr inclnir tho BDOclmenr. In imt.
He tlio bottle should he filled full of
tno preserving lluld bo that theie
shall he" no lmbbleB nftcr the cork Is
Inserted. It is best, unless the cork-
"K '" ""commonly well dolio, to seal
,,,?C"r,1?l1nr !1'' wn "J PWaffln.
i,e mustered, mini tho vory earliest
stages to tho vory latest. It Is not
necessary to send a largo amount of
material, but ovory stage posslblo
8nolll'l ho Included,
nilalitoil leaves and twigs mav lm
i!1-1"11 '"'T'L " i"' T!'.?.I,!!?.0L'!
As n rulo roots should bo sont with
tho soil attached.
It Is not best, as n rule, to send
specimens In an ordinary envelope,
hut It Is hotter' to send them thus
than not nt nil. Soma specimens such
as dried leaves and bark may be sent
In this wny If wrapped In sovoral
folds of soft cloth,
In enho nny special method Is no
cessary the empty, package and tho
necessary preservatives will h0 for
warded free by post, after tho receipt
of specimens In tho ordinary way
nottlcs containing fluid should ho
enclosed In boxes Iff packing material
so as In preclude all Visibility of
HpeclmonB of leaves or twigs sent
In (heir natural condition should not
bo gatheipil when wet, or If gathered
wet should be allowed to dry until
they resume their dry-weather ap
H?arance. If unclosed In n package
wet thoy aro likely to become mould
ly heforo urrlvitl and this Is very un
dCBlrnhlo. rtoots should ho moistened
it little Just enough to preserve thom
BOND ISSUE FOR
Development and Additions to
New Piant 1'ianned By
Directors of thu Honolulu Iivnltrlck
Co., Ltd., will nrrnimei for a 7C,005
bond Isrlie for developing the tilnnt
and clearing nway the llnnnclnl boards
In prospect of n Krent volulne of busi
ness with tno growth of local building
Stockholders of tlio company author
.Ized the stock Issuo a fow days ngo,
leaving the detnlls up to the directors,
lt Is probable, nccordlng to announce
ment this morning, thnt of the 175,000
only 125,000 will be put nut, the rest
being held In tho treasury In cuse fu
turo Issues nre needed.
The lava brick company has Installed
a more complete plant than was llrst
anticipated, and the expense of con
struction wns thus Increased over tho
original estlmntr. Kor Instance, dupli
cate parts of machinery were provided,
so tl'.nt In enso the machinery should
break, the factory could keep operating
nnd obviate the necessity of sending to
tho mainland for new parts. Develop
ments nnd Fomo additions to the pres
ent plant In tho wny of machinery uro
nlso contemplated, nnd It Is estlmnted
that the new bond Issue will enro for
tho Increased expense.
The brick made by tho company Is
proving of remnrknhly good quality.
Although the factory has been In op
eration only n few days, about 100,000
brick have been sold. Itullders linvo
found nno marked advantage In using
this brick, thnt It Is smoothly finished
and requires much less mortnr than
the ordinary product, The saving has
been estimated ns high as GO per cent.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record June 20, 1911.
Trent Trust Co Ltd, tr, to Kuluiukl
Land Co Ltd , D
T V Itawllns to William T Itaw-
Hugh McCorrlston nnd wf to An-
touo 1'rngu ., D
Manual Qonalvlcs and wf to Joso
"' Comnnsho D
Manuel J Suhlca to Marie Sublcn., D
Manuel Moulz to Mario MunTz .... D
Joe Knos to Mario Knos D
Manuel K Tnvnrcs U Senorltu H
Jono De Tercelro to Antunlci Tcr-
Sumner S 1'nxson nnd wf to I'aul
K Ilomko D
Mnrtha Uomke and hsh to M K
Goto , D
M K Goto nnd wf to Trent Trust
Co Ltd , M
Keonl Klmo et, nl Jo Wnlmanalo '
Sugar Co I
D 1 It Isenberg and wf to Hnltekn D
Kulinukl Land Co Ltd to K L Hut
Court of Land Registration.
Chung Mong to C Aknna A I.
Entered for Record June 21, 1911.
Chnrlotto L Ovcrond and hsh to
Jennie K Snffery' ., D
Kmma A Nawahl to II Hackfeld &
Co Ltd y. M
John C, Dunrte and wf to Maria R
da Costa D
Max Kckart to Maria da C C Itod-
Maria dn C C Itodrlgucfc and lisb to
Max Eckart M
M Otsuka to First Natl Hank of
lid of Oh Extn of Methodist Epis
copal Cii to Trs of First Method
ist Episcopal Ch of Honolulu ...Itel
Horry T Mills et nl adv Mary J
Menal Kekuewa by comr to Wll-
Ham Savldge, tr D
Alice O Holt and hsh to Eva K
Woods . . , . , D
At Auction At tho City Auction
Hooms. 125 Merchant St., Wednes
day, June'28, 1911, at 10 o'clock n.
in., the library1 of the lato A. H.
Cleghorn, consisting of n very rnro
collection of books pertaining to Ha
waii, both ancient and modern, nnd
tho Paclllc Islands generally. Jns.
W. Pratt, auctioneer. 49C0-St
nunch of keys, on King St., between
Ilethel nnd ICeeaumoku. Itettirn to
Imperial liar, Iteward. ' 49C0-2t
llunch of keys with Prestollto key at
tached. JG reward for return to Bul
M. Nlshlgaya, louso painter, decorntor
nnd contractor. "" No. JC0 Niiiiami
St.; Telephone 075. 40CO-3m
Leo Toma Manila cigars In bond. Di
rect Importation, Wholesale or re
tail. 33 King St. 4900-3m
In their normal condition until they
urrlvn In Honolulu.
It Is verv desirable Hint notes
should accompany tho specimens. '
(live tho condition of the plant or!
pmiv tlm vni-lnh. Hh nnn I ii. ..rl
.-,-, ...w ihiivi;i un Uf,u, lous'll Oil
infestation,' soil, nnturo of the present i
eeunuii, Kiuu pr culture, estimatud
monetary loss, etc.".
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forever
pR. T. FELIX fJ8URAUD'S ORIENTAL
v CREAM OR MAGICAL ttEAUTIFIER
RaiDOVM Tin, ritni.Ui,
rHkIt, j,ltlt r-iclir",
Hath, and MMn Jittcvr,
n'i i very- p.rfuu
mi trftutf. Hh'lii-
littKtlood the tpft
i.f K vnrL i.rl
I fte hirinleft
U prttiitf ntriiltj
Iflt or iliu11.ii
Hint.- Vr, L. A
nut ttftltt to
Mf of ibe htit
Inn (a ("itlrittj I
"JH TOU lljlt-l
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'iioHt-ninr-i (trrtin 1)t frt bii-mrul rf all tli
kinimKraiion-." mrM uj an ar affirm atil ttmrf
UooJi Dtatttain th Vbltcd ttut, Can-wla ail Enropt),
URO. T. HOPKINS, Pup, 37 Greit Jonu Street, Hew Tik,
Hawaiian Opera House
Sdnday, June 25,
at: 7:45 p.m.
W. D. McCrackan, M.A.,
Member' of the Board -of Lectureship
of The Mother Church, The First
Church of Christ, Scientist, In
PUBLIC CORDIALLY IfJVITED
li,. t j
A ' u
can not be everlastingly at
it without some readjust
ment, cleaning and oiling.
Our Repair Department Is
as good as any in the town.
Prices the lowest.
113 HOTEL ST. JEWELERS
and Coarse Mexi
cans. A large assort
ment. i HAWAII &
Fort Street Near' Beretanla
FIRST ANNUAL CLEARANCE 8ALE
of all goods on hand
MONDAY, JUNE 5, to JUNE 17
Mrs. S. F. Zeave,
' OS Young BuildirTg
Importer Fort St
Well Stocked with New Drjigs and
SODA WATER FOUNTAIN
HAWAII DRUO CO,
42 Hotel Street, at end of Bethel
2185 editorial rooms 21if0
business ofllce. These uro the tele
phone nnmbers of the II u 1 1 1 1 n.
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