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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, JUNE 23, 1911.
ROSA & CO.
& ' Good Old
, GucRenheimer Pure
Bottled In Dond
JULE3 PEHCHAHD3 4 FIL8'
CALIFORNIA SPARKLING WINES
We Deliver to Any Part of Ihe City
ROSA & CO.,
Alike and Uueen Street!
rot SALE AT ALL HAM
Cream Pure Rye
LOVEJOTT AND CC.
You'll find they're all food fel
"It's the Fashion"
Hotel rfr. Fort D. H. Davier.'Pros,
I acific 3aloon
KINO AND NUUANlf STREETS
von liainm - Young
Pioneers end Leaden in
the Automobile Business
Agent for audi wr.ll-knowu carl
as piukurri Pope-Hartford, Htuvens
Diirypii, (hiIIIIiii. 1 botiiaa Klyer,
tluli'k. Overland. linker I Jleflrlc. nnil
Supplies & Repairing
..For Ihe BEST RENT CARS in the
city, rino up
OLDSMOU'LE. No. 40 J
RENAULT, No. 404
LANDAULET, No. 580
C. H. BEHN
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
CIGAR HOW Si
at A OTTWST CIO Attnte
ttugs & Draperies
j. Hopp & Co., Ltd.
OAHU FURNITURE CO.
King Street, opposite Young Hotel
I o. box 840 l'Uouo 3011
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WINES AND LIQUORS
Wo deliver to any part ol the
Phone 2026. P. 0. Box 488
A boon to Infant
A milk easily digested
A safe hot-weather milk
Sick babies thrive on It
A necessity for bottle babies
A milk,-wllh Improved keeping
Bottled and capped by sanitary
Bread Baked Daily
You can have your order changed
daily and bj supplied with any of
these varieties from
PHONE 1431 1134 NUUANU ST.
has the best Hume-Made
Uread, German Pretzels and
Coftee Cake. He sure and
ring tip 2 1 24.
1120 FORT STREET
Delivered tq All Parts of City
With UA J
ORDERS APE SERVED IN
Individual Meat and
BALTIMORE DAIRY LUNCH ROOM
" ' Drink 7 ' ""'
May's Old Kona Coffee
Best In the Market
HENRY MAY A CO.
F. E. DAVS & CO.,
Merchant nd nunnn Strrrf
" The Best Milk You Can Use
" ' AT ALL DEALERS
FOR YOUR GROCERIES. SEE
AMERICAN BROEERAOE CO.
3-93 Xing Street, netr Hauutkea
Phone 2201 Hail Delivery
Will Do It
Csn tjuickly be orereome by
act sure ly tod
gristly oa th
dcu, and lodiaeitioB. They do their duty.
Small PUI. Smell Dm.. Snail Prieo.
Genuine m.ttat Signature
the Inure heiiutlful than those
which' u few ycuis ago were to
lw Keen only III the houses of tho
We linvo many now design, on
lcw nml they will undoubtedly
prove n. revelation to oil ("omit
nml Bfti tlit-in, fm If jtni ilo not
Intern! to liny.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. KING STREET
For a Time
it. 1 sti:vi:nhon
RICHARD IIAltDINO DAVIS
JOHN VOX, Jit.
Wi W. JACOBS
r It. HTOCKTON
AM. SCimiNr.lt KDITIONS
FOR AIME .B.76 .
Brown & Lyon Co..
Many Novelties for This Year
A. B. ARLEIOH & CO., LTD.
For GENERL OFFICE STATION
ERY and FILING SYSTEMS, call or
write to us and we will fill your wantfc
Office Supply Co., Lid.,
931 FpRT BTREET
A FINE LOT JU8T ARRIVED
the BICYCLE -DEALER and RE.
PA1RER, ha moved to
180 KINO STRXET
New location Red front, new
Young Building. Telephone 2518.
Emma Street, above BerettnU
Nw RinYflf.ES arrived for raclns
ind general use, Price i, $25 up to
(35, without brakes. Repairing and
e-tirinK done neatly,
a. p. Mcdonald,
Contractor and Builder
Estimates given on ull kinds of
Concrete Work Specialty
AUAHI BTREET. NEAR NUUANU
E. O. HALL 4 80N, LTD.
Cor. King and Fort 8ts, HONOLULU
Hardware, Paints and Oils, Ship
chandlery, Stoves, Crockery, Glassware
and Kitchen Utensils) Sporting Goods,
Guns, Revolvers and Ammunition.
2185 edllorI.il rooms 225C
business oDlce. " Tkrue urn tint tclts
plioue numbers of the 11 u 11 c 1 1 u.
FOR FIFTY CENTS
VMS? . ifBEBHWaaMZ
' I ' ' VltatatatH
l'hoto by Perkins.
Miss Ornteo I.lst la giving to every
now subscriber to IIumpton'B .Mug
1171110 11 coupon whicli with fifty cents
entitles the bonier to 11 handsomely
mounted platinum print finished In
seplu tone. from 11 social sitting nt
It. W. Perkins' stiullo on Hotel street
1)1, ring the raid on a gambling re
sort nt MuulifY Hawaii, last Saturday
night, one of the Japanese gamblers
wan shot tlea.l and thtre Is coiislikrublo
ctiniroversy going as as to wmi tllu me (lo Terrtory,
shooting. The gamblers say that tho ..Th(,ru , J,,,,. onc Btrcet raway ,n
man wus shot by the raiders, nml tho Uaalu nIul mt ,n nwolulu, but
ruldr say that the man was shot bytc tmtX , Ino,rn Up.to-dat prop-
tine oi nit own irieiius.
Matloon, who was at tho head of the
Idlng party, g.ivu tho fuels of tho,
matter ns follows:
"The olllcer and his Hawaiian helpers
nroko into 1110 room 111 Aiauiun wnere
the ganilillfu;' ls'alleged to have been
going on, and In the confusion which
roiioweti, one or lite Jupnneso Dlew out
or overturiifd tho lamp. ' Thero was a
general seuulo In the darkness, during
whit h the fatal shot wns fired. When
the light was lit, the unfortunate, Jap
anese was found deutl 011 tho Hour, the
hiilltt h.ivlng nasiod through the heart "
.Matloon stated that the coroner's
Jury had glveifup the tnslc of llxlng tho
llrlng of the shot on any partjciilar per
Min, ortlnt- to the great cnnllkt In tho
t'Viihnce which was brought before It,
The Hawaiian claimed that one of the
Jap.imf e tired the shot, nnd that In tho
iliirMiers lies had hit Ills friend by mis
take. Tho Japanese, on tho other hand,
ilaliiied Hint one of the Hnwallans who
weie with Kulilu llrt'd tho shot.
v k I II 11 1 1 f 1 1 n l ner venr.
lit liable family to board and take caro
of thild (hiring iibseucu of mother.
Address "a, 11,", Itulletln ulilce.
All experUnccd plahtatliui lima. Nona
other mid npply. C.llruwer & Co.,
Ford luiubout Hyerj thing complete.
In perfect running ortUr. A big hor
Kuln Iiuiiilro J. W Kerslmer, Ala
keu St. 4901-Ct
Ilurud.i Cholco cut (lowers delivered.
HCO Tort St ; I'honti 11029.
THi: PANTHHON SALOON Kino lm
poiltd nml domestic wines and Illi
nois J. 1. SlUn, prop,; llert Hower,
mixologist U'ii) N11U.UUI.
All members of tills dub nro request
ed to rt'isirt for fluty nt tho residence
of t; J MeCurthy.torner of l'llkul and
Young rtreets, on Saturday, Juno 2I.J
at 8I1 m
Any residents of tho district
wishing to volunteer for the day will
ho cordially welcome.
tOCl-lt s ' Tresldent.
Ncvadan Tells Washington
Post Governor Works With
1 .Zeal and Vigor.
I'rnnklln TelTalr of Nevada did soma
Kami ItuiiMtliiK for Hawaii nml Govern
or I'reur In Washington recently, ac
cording to the Washington I'ot. Mr.
Telfair l creillted with the following:
"I wonder If on. citizen In one hun
tired thousand even gives n thought to
that p.irt of the United States which Is
culled Hnwnllr' Kranklln Telfulr of
Nevada ri marked nt tho New Wlrlard
to a Wafchlngton Post representative.
"Hawaii Is Just lis much n Territory of
the 1'nltc.d States as Arizona nml New
Mexico or Alaska, and yet we sea little
about that group of Islands nfur off In
"1 stopped thero n week on my way
hack from Japan, and was well repaid
for the stay. W V I'reur Is tho pres
ent Territorial aa.ernor, und lid has the
proper enthusiasm for tho Job. Ho Is
11 long ways off from the center of
things governmental on Capitol Hill,
but he Is looking1 after his end of things
with zeal and vigor, llo Is proud to
tell that the otllclul receipts of tho
government nre In excess "of tho ex
penses hy something like '200,000 n
year, nml that la doing well,
"The exports of Hawaii exceed tho
Imports by (80,000,000, and thero Is n
sternly, though small, Increase In popu
lation, Tor n time thero wns fear that
the Orientals would crowd In too rap
idly, but thero has been a gratifying
Increase of Occidental population In re
cent years, and tho flovcrnor Is trying
to stlmolato tho Increasa of English
"This nation has hatl control of Ha
waii for only ten years, and tho effect
has been for tho good of tho country,
litre In Washington you have given
tho Inlands new and Improved harbor,1
public buildings and lighthouses, and '
the Territorial government lias done I
much In the way of wharves nnd wa- I
tcruorks, so that there Is n modern
.,,,,,,,. ,irmlgllout tllu whoIo urell or I
,.!., it i. ,.ii.. on i,,ii,.. n
lwcn..,wo mlle. ,onBi nnil u-cnrr)cd'
.... Km.0.ooO nassencers In n vear. Th
l,,ni,i,tiA, r n,.,.-nii i. o nm i.
,.. 200.000. Imt nt the Inst roimttlier.
were 000 motor cars, owned mostly In
Honolulu, ami mesc machines nre over
an evidence of proipcrlty,"
Transportation Officials On
Mainland Giving Local
Honolulu's successful cunipnlsn
nsalne' cholera anil lis boneflclnl ro
fitilta am lielnR heralded on tho main
land, according to Secretary II. P.
Wood, of tho Hawaii Promotion Com
mittor. In lils report to tho cnmmlt
teo today, bocrctnry Wood Bays:
I am pleased to ho able to report
that llin 1S00 circulars sent out can
cel plug liealtli conditions, noting tho
end of Ihe slight cholera opldetnlo and
dwelling upon tho plans In liUnd hay
ing for their object tuo making nf
and keeping Honolulu tho cleanest
Vrt In tho l'aclllo have had the do
sired effect. Hallway and steamship
men and excursion agents from all
Lover tho united st,atoj and canaju
are sending In their acknowledg
ments of the tecelpt of tho letter Btat
lng thut they wero glad to get tho
lufoimatlun mid would glvo It wldo
Wo shall follow up this work by
sending out several hundred marked
copies of tho dally papers describing
"Clean-up Day to-tho leading pipers
of tho United States and Canada and
to different Interested parlies.
I)y Ihe "Nippon Maru" wo nro send
ing mnrked copies of our dally pupeis
referring to tho observance of Coio
nation Dny In Honolulu to tho load
ing dally and weekly papers of dronl
Ilrltaln and Ireland. Wa shall also
send tho name mailer to the leading
publications In all of tho Ilrltlsli Col
onies. Ily the "Wllliolnilna" this wook. wo
forwarded 8000 folders und by Ilia
"Sierra" f000 lo our different distri
buting agencies along the Piiclllc
Coast, mailing bb well, about one
thousand copies of different address
es. Wo also Bend out n large number
of our "Crossroads" maps In response
Ily tho .VMarama" today wo aro
forwarding somo 2000 folders to tho
South Seas and as far as Colombo.
Olllrlal announcement that Can.v
da's navy Is to bo home built ellinln-
ales all iiosslhlllty of Amerjcun Bteel
ur machinery being used, Names of
the successful bidders for the four
cruisers and the six destroyers will
be uiario publlo. within a few daya.
i l ...
CITY MILL CO. 1
WILL IT RAISE
Although Inhibit e3uels ore scarce,
and freight ra'or r 10111 the const glo
promise ot fi'itimr ulvnnces, and al
though a uiisu In lumber rates has
been nn nou need ly tl.u Pacific I. um
ber. Inspection Iliireau, through which
local wholesalers lire supplied, the
City Mill coin puny announced this
morning that only it Very slight, If
any, rnlse will be mada In Its prices
to builders, coiitructoyt and other In
C. K. Al, treasurer nnd malinger of
the C'it Mill Company, says that Ills
company Is more anxious to develop
building mid eiicourage 'constructl-tii
well' in the islands ,encrnlly than
to take tulvuhtugc of tho fractional In
crenso In prices announced by the
coast manufacturers. "In isjily one
or two classes will we advance the
price, and there only because tho
price on tho coast has been advanced
so sharply that we must cliango our
own figures," he said today. "Wu
would rather seo liome-bultdlng en
couraged here and the volume of bus
iness growing. I do not think the
new schedule, which will go Into ef
fect about July I, will make any dif
ference In building operations -laro,
for I understand that the raise in
lumber prices will not be general."
When tho now schedule wui re
ceived by local dealers from the Pa
cific Coast bureau, It was first be
lleed that the rates announced were
more general, but It has since been
learned that u number dT tho old tlg
urcs will stand. .Mr. Al Rays Hint In
u few cases, as In tongue-nnd-groovo
and one-hy-twelve lumber there will
probably bo a veVy small Inrreaw.
"Lumber churter rates from the
coast have gone up fifty cents a thou
sand since the Ilrst of tho year, but
wo havo not raised our prices," ho
said today. "Vessels nro scarce now
and there Is likely to be another ralso
In freight rntcs, but we do not con
template an Increase."
Inquiry In other quarters develops
the fact that the raise will not bo so
serious us at first supposed.
ALLEN HERBERT SEES
- CHANGES IN OLD HOME
Allen Herbert, back In Iis Ange
les after many .years or absence, drotv
the following from the I.os Angeles
Alien Herbert, ono of tho best
known residents of ifnwnll. U In i
Angeles for the first tlmo In maiiv1
years He dropped In'esterdny in
see how far the city ha's progroSEO.1
since his last visit 30 jenrs ago.
"Well, well," he said delightedly,
"so you have policemen here now and
Kngllsh Is tho prevailing tongue.
That's on advance. I stajed nt tho
Pico House tho last' time, 1 was
quite n boy then, not nioro than uil
yours or so. 1'iri only 83 now."
When shown about the city and
suburbs Mr, Herbert was enthusiastic
In his praise. Ho wont to Honolulu
41 years ago. He planned the Uoynl
Hawaiian hotel, which ho persuaded
King Kulakaun to build lis an attrac
tion to vlsltois and a necessity for
the seat of a kingdom. Kalakatia and
Herbu'rt were good friends and also
Queen Lllluokiilanl, Ills sister, who
succeeded to tho tliiona and was de
posed hy tho Dole revolution.
Herbert Is an export lu horticulture
and did much to bring the lloworsjind
plants of the mainland to Hawaii
During the kingdom ami tho provi
sional government, ns well as (uow
ho has assisted every project of tho
His slavish hospitality, beautiful
homes, and generous naturo huvo on-
"deared him to thousands In the Isl
"Many former icsldents of Hawaii
llvo near Los Angeles," said Horhert
today. "I Intend to call 011 1,01110 of
them, and I want to get my full of
fishing at Cntallnu and seo all tho
A year ogo, when ho was 82, Her
boit parsed si month In Shasta coun
ty In nn Indian camp and Bhot a num
ber of lieaj and deer.
He is staying at the HnllcnhecU
hotel. Ho went to Santa Uarbani to
day to visit Mrs. Hubert Iouis Slav-
onsoh. tho widow of Ihe great Seolcl
novelist, who Uteri at tho Herbert
homo In Hawaii for ninny months.
Hack from fur-off Hpnolulu came a.
letter of thanks to City Clerk IVed
Tracy yesterday for n copy of the city
directory which Tracy had sent to trim
und which J. A, Whlto had donated for
that 'purpose. Secretary H. V, Wood
of the Hawaiian promotion association
wroto tho letter and it wns accom
panied with u great mass of literature
ndverllMnir those matchless llttlo Is
lands In tho middle, of tho I'licllle.i
Peoria (III.) Herald-Trunscrlpt,
Tho repairs to the Inter-Island
steamer Mlkahalu aro to take consid
erable tlnfu, Tha vessel still holds
forth on the local marine railway.
The steuuior Llkellko .wilt therefore
bo Bent out on the Mlkahalu run on
next Tuesday afternoon. It is ex
pected that the work on the steamer
will have been completed In time for
that vessel to be dispatched fur Kit
hulul on Monday evening proceeding
the Fourth of July, carrying a special
''' :i a
-- 1 MraiLTTM iilitl
There arc some things too
awful to contemplate dnc
is the giving of alcohol in the
guise of medicine to boys.
is the only preparation of
Cod Liver Oil that contains
absolutely no alcohol, drug
or harmful ingredient of
any sort. m dsuqsist
Hawaiian Opera House
Sanday, June 25,
at 7:45 p.m.
W. D. McCracKan, M.A.,
Member of the Board of Lectureship
of'Tho Mother Church, The First
Church of Christ, Scientlt, in
PUBLIC CORDIALLY INVITED
can not bo everlastingly at
it without some readjust
ment, cleaning and oiling.
Our Repair Department is
as good as any in tho iown.
Prices the lowest,.
113 HOTEL ST. JEWELERS
nnd Cearso Mexi
cans. A largo assort
ment. HAWAII &
Fort Street Near Bereianla
FIRST ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE
of al) goods on hand
MONDAY, JUNE 5, to JUNE 17
Mrs. S. F. Zeave,
C8 .Young Building
Importer Fort St
NEW DRUG STORE
Well Stocked with Now Drugs and
SODA WATHK FOUNTAIN
HAWAII DRUG CO.
42 Hotel Street, at end of Bethel