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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1911.
Geary Street, above Union Squaie
Jul! oppoiilt Uotet St. FnncU
European Plan SI .CO a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish
ings cost $200,000. High class
hotel at moderate rates Omnibus
meets all trains and steamers
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
Hawaiian Island headquarters.
Cable address, "Trawcts" A 11.0
Code. Reservations made through
Trent Trust Co., Port Street.
Hotel St. Francis
Union Square, San Frnnciico
Under the Management of
j.mi:s WOO Its
FAC1M1 llir hcintllul park
In I lie heart of the rllj,
which l the flirnlrr of
Hip pineli.il rtruls of
(he famous feslhal nl Sun
I'mnrlorn, IIiIh liulcl, In en.
tlronnipnt and atmosphere, ei
prrsMs mott plr.naull) llm
comfortable spirit of old Cal
ifornia. Hip rojnltj mid nnlillltj nl
Hie Old Wrld nnil llm Far
Dual and Ilia men of high
athle lenient In Aiwrlrii nho
assemble here ronlrlhiilo lo Hie
rnsmiipnllluii ntmoipherr nf nn
lnlllutliiii which rrprrornls
Iho Imsplljilllr ii nd Indltlduul
It; of Sun Priiiicliiu to llic
llm liiilldlng, nlilrli murks
Ihc fiirlliciil nil t nil re nl srlcnra
In sen Ire, Iiiih no it Hip Inrccil
nipjicllj of n n j IipIpI structure
In llm rU nnd upon rumple
Hon of Iho Post slnet iiiinei
will lip llm liirgest enrnrnnsrrj
In Hip world.
nim.K tiii: service is un.
tJSU.VL, TIIK PRICKS AKE
European Flan from $2 00 Up
A PRIVATE HOTEL OF
Emma Street, Above Vineyard
MISS JOHNSON, Proprietor
IDIJAIi 11ATIIINO AT
THn nKACH 18 HA.NHV N'D TIH3
WATKR PINK -SPI.'NI) VOL'lt
Rooms and Board
W, C. Bernln, Prop.
II igh-ClassShoe Repairing
All Hand Work
SHOES CALLED FOR
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
Regal Shoo Store,
BANZAI SHOE STO"
Beretinla Street, Near Nuuanu
HONOLULU, H. T.
ELECTRIC CABINET BATH8 WITH
A natural method of recovery from
bodily disorders ladies and gentlemen,
BARON SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL
Phone 2467 or call at 176 S. King 8t.
Blank books of nil aorta, ledgers.
tc, rnanufaeiureu by tho B u 1 1 e 1 1 n
Keep rool Ii drinking the incut de
llelinix soda water inmlo III Honolulu
All flavors Delivered In our home.
Sunrise Soda Work; Trl 13IJ.
I'lilllon wanted In prnctlciil convcrsa
tlon In Spanish Address V V",
this olllco 1S6J-31
To learn Spnnlidi State trrnik Ail-
Irf km Comcr-wllon." lliillctln olllce
( nil mill see in line Oriental Jewelry
All kinilM nf Jewelry made to order.
llnrKitln prltiH Wntcli n pairing
riikuldo Wntcli i'ii .'22 flcrctahluSt
BUY AND SELL.
New mill roennd-hund fiirnlturo bought
nnil kiiIiI Mirror?, repaired and rcull
Mrril J Tnknkl, King SI, l'alaiiia.
I'.'i.: I in
Appointment of Firo Wardens.
Notlcr I hereli Rlxen that the fol
InnliiR piriuiH luue been appointed
ni.-lrkt Tire WnnleiM ly the Territo
rial llimrd of CnininNxloncrh of ARrl-
culture and I'nrcstry:
,l.i:XA.VI)i:it SMITH III and for
Hint piirllon of the Dlstrlit of
kua. Isl.ind or llanall. rrom and Includ-
Iiir the land nf Tamilian to tho land
A li:Ni:ro(II.IO In and for the Wn -
Inlhn Valley. District of llalalea. Island.
IIYItON O CI.AIIK In nnd for Ma
no i Valley. Island of Oahu;
II (' DOI.l. ivr.lt In and for that
portion of tho lZwn District, Island of,
Oahu, IIiir tn Iho i-nt of tho main
cm eminent nnd. 1-. Iween tho northern
1inundiir of the land of Mamma and
tin. Kmikonahua milch:
JAMUS aiHIl In nnd for that sec-
linn of tho Hwa District, Island of
Oahu, Ijlng between tho lands of Mo- In tho Kmnaslum of tho Paluma bct
iin.iliui nnd Wnlnwn; Itlemene, on King street, opposlto J..I-
K Ii stonij In ami for Pnlnln Val-'llhii
V V 1MI.1.1NUI1AM In and for that
portion of tho i:a District llng to
the west of the main government road.
PAUL It. ISi:N'ni:rtO,
Aqtlng PreMdcnt nnd KxecutUo OII1-.
eer, noard of Agriculture nnd I'or-.tliN
T 11. Juno 19. 1911.
49(i; Juno 21
(Continued from Page 1)
As tobacco men say, he knows a cigar
"from tho wed In tho smoke" It was
Daniels who fold tho Konn Tobacco
Compnn'n crop last jear, and ho was
brought to Hawaii by llm company be
cause of his wide experience, success
In every branch and knowledge of his
business from the planting to the sell
ing Ha will go to tho mainland either In
July or September lo look after the
closing of the Halo of the crop this ear,
nnd hi Id jesterdny that It Is as Rood
Ho declares that tho
an sold now
a,,1 T.I., r ,.c. ,.r ihn
"loba.co trust." will not get a pound ,"1 M"re '" bo '"c" ' W- D
of tho Konu .omp..n' crop. "Tho M'k.m at tho opera house tumor
American Tobacco Company will never.r"w Menln'; " 1,",,Vl """"
1.. lit- fjf ,.!.. I..! . ll.nt 14 lu tVw inimii
seo this until
It ,.,.. .ml In ,.,.r.
Daniels believes that the proof of ci
gars Is In tho smoking, and when ho
received from tho mainland hist Sat
urday somn elgari, made from the leaf
iit.l tt.,uu,.il fltfin tirniind llinwn wild
,..i i . , .i i
nil. in, ,,..'.. i inn, ma .,.', nii'.,i-i, i
they nro all right. These am tho llrst
of tho tobacco eiued under his super
vision 'Several )rars ago I was askeil to
i oino lo San l'r.inclsco to glvo my
iiitl. Inn iin mm Itnu hIIiiii tnlmr rn. nnrl I
I knew then that tobacco growing
should bo successful here," says Mr.
Daniels "I was moro than ever con-
vlnccd of It last jejir when I sold tho,"1" wl" '' n" o",'ln Tho public
Knnn crop, nnd I Know It now. It was
this that brought me to the Islands, and
I Inivo llrnur faith now than over.
"If my plans work out all right, Kona
will beiome n big
section, pnd not even sugar can com
pare In prollts with what can bo dono
tin re. Tho quality can bo tiecured In
Hawnll, and It's quality that makes the
prli e " '
Ml Daniels I accompanied on tho
trip horo b Mrs Daniels C O Owen
of tho Hawaiian Kertlllxcr Company
has been up at the Koua plantation,
and Is also more than enthusiastic over
Ill und new Ideas in Fireworks In
the many novelties at A. B, Arlelgh
& Co, Ltd, Hotel near Fort. Seta
from M 20 up. Paper Unlloons, In
Eighty-Ninth Annual Meeting
ol Hawaiian Evangelical
'Htm lo ninko the local church it
Kn alcr power for righteousness 111 tho
It Ii the opening of tha clghty-nlnth
iinmuil conference of tha Hawaiian
KvniiKcllcul Association thin morning.
Ite 12. P Krcliimn, pastor of tlic Wnl
nliiii thureli, nildrci'sliig the enngrcgn
Hon. tombed upon tha nloo subject In
u must complete unci masterly manner.
It mih Inteiiileil that Rev. V II Ole
um, M'irotiiry of ilic Hawaiian Hoard
of Missions, should nddrcsw Iho audi
erne, hut owing t Ills uhiinco from
tho Territory, Ilc. Mr Urdniun vvus bo
lectid to deliver the uddress.
Allium; other things, ho mild that It
was necessary for the Christian work
ers In tho Territory lo work Jointly
and lo spread tho (lapel of Truth III
tho community 1 1 In uddrcss was listen
ed lo with ii (rreat deal of Interest.
Tho meeting was tailed to order nt
10 30 this morning I'l Rev. C. M Ka
luakawlnootc, Iho inoikrutor. llov. O.
II. Oullek epnko on "Our l'alth Is
Strengthened hy (lod's Inrt Dealings
Willi Uts."' Itcv W. N 1.0110, pastor of
Kauiiiakaplll church, welcomed tho
pastors and delegates fiom tho Inland
lte Kumakavvlvvoolc, on hehalf of
Iho congregation, responded In appro-
vvordi I'ollovvlng this tho up-
Ilama-'polntnient of uvninltteei v,a In order,
Tlili iifterniKiii at 2 o'clock tho llrst
ncsr Ion of tho annual meeting of tho
I Hawaiian Hoard was held. A largo
nuinher of tho p.istnr wera prciicnt.
Tho wont or mo association win no con
tlnued next week In tho new Katunu
kaplll church, which will bo dcdleutcd
tomorrow morning nt 10 o'clock. A
special program Is being arranged
Ilev W N l.ono, pastor of tho
church, will olllclate. ami Ilev. II. n.
l'arker, pastor of Kawalatnio church,
will dcllcr tho dedicatory uddrcss. Tho
lexerclses will bo witnessed bj a largo
number of Christian workers.
The conference ttjls morning was. held
Many nationalities wcro reprn-
Isentcd by pastors und delegates from
Iho other Islands. Tomorrow morning
thu pafctors and delegates ot mo
Kauai and Maul churches will (irrUc.
About thrco hundred people, men nnd
women, attended tho rlrst conference
During tho stay of tho Island peoplo
In town they will be taken care of by
the entertaining committee, consisting
of O P. Castle, It. A Cooke, llov, II.
K Poepoe, Mrs. Julia Powers, Ilev. W.
K Poal and S Knmalnplll.
Tho program for tomorrow follows:
B'15 n in Sunrise prayer meeting.
4.15-10:30 Sunday school services.
10:30-12 Dedication service.
I p, m l.aliiK the cornerslono of
tho Nuuanu-street Japanese church,
Niiu.inu street, cormr Kukul street.
0 30 p m Regular C V. Meetings
In nil the churches.
7:30 p. m Historical reminiscences
of Kauiiiakaplll Addresses by Mrx. D.
Dllllnghum. 8 H. Onl, Itcv. O, If.
Tor tho second llmo since tho organ
ization of a Christian Science society
In Honolulu, thero Is lo bo u lecture on
"o has been Utile publicity glv en
" "" """"'"" " " " "'" """
I rati er than tho lecturer to bo consid
er! d, und they nsk for no boosts In tho
Irce columns of Iho newspapers. Mr.
jMcCrackan, from nil that can bo learn
ed, Is a man whoio olco commands at
tention, and his bearing wins respect
'from his hearers Wherever ho has
lectured tho halls have been crowded to
tho limit of their capacity, and there
Is n bellof that tho opera houso will
not bo mi exception tomorrow evening.
Ho will begin to spenk at it iiiiurtcr
before elsht, and persons who Intend
Kolns '" tno Ipcturo ,,re requestctl to
bo In their scatH nt that time. There
Is to bo no chargo for admittance, nnd
Is (initially Invited to attend
Hvo daughtciB of Mr. and Mrs.
Harvey Roach of Utlca, Kan., ranging
, f . T t If! sinxca In nrtn wnm tiltfft
' ." ' '" r "-" " .""" '
Vl 11, lljnill 1CUV1IIIJ. IIU iiH'lliri
had Illicit a lamp with gasollno hy
DEPARTMENT (OF PUBLIC
Grammar Grade Examination.
An examination for Clramnuir Orado
fertlllcntes for those who passed In
part of tho subjects ut last cxumlnu -
tlon will bo held at the Normal School,
Mondiiv. June 2G, ut 9 o'clock
T. II. C1IBSON.
S RFCRFaTlflNS :
H UUVIIUIIIIUIIU H
MATINEE TODAY AT
THE BIJOU THEATER
Tho roKular Saturday all-star mat
Inc? Is rUcii nt the IMJou this nftcr
iioon at 2:30, tho doom IicIiik open at
2. All tho urllsts of tho three theaters
will he on tho program This Include
Iho Mclnotto Twlni and Clay Binllh;
Aldlno and Cnssldt. tho uciobuts; tho
Hkiitells, roller-skate clog dancers
Marjorlo l.nbrooke, xocallit: tholtag
time Twins; Itjun and ltun, thu rug
tlniu dancera; Ollson and Toton.
On Monday the management of tho
Honolulu Amusement Company will
close down the Hmplru for nlsht per
formances and will reopen tho Turk for
tho cntlro Rui'.inicr season. The Lmplro
will bo kept open for tho ujual mat'
luces, with nioWng pictures only.
Tho l'urk'a reopening will iiuo a
strong bill to greet Its patrons. Tho
talent will Include Harney and Hjjncs,
the originators of ragtime, who inado u
distinct hit At the Turk last ear, nnd
will now pluy a return engagement;
Iho Tyrrells, two Australian Jucnllo
whirlwind duncers and alngers, who
nrrUcd on tho Marama to play a four
weeks' engagement, and Adllno and
Cussldy, tho comedy acrobatic duo,
which Iiiim made an Inimenso hit at tho
On Monday nt the HIJou tho program
will Include tho Mclnotto Twins Hnd
Clay Smith, tho Hknlclli,, llyan und
Itjan and tho Wlrtli family, consisting
of four ncrobats of nlmoit woild-wldo
reputation, who will appear In panto
mimic ncro sketches They recentl) nr
rhed from Auslralla
Oliosts of n flying machine wero
cavorting, over Walklkl this morning
and nonio of tho observers thought
that tho bird-men from iAjllchun had
romo into town nnd had bccoino
caught In the gusts of Kaplolunl park
and curried to sen
A monster kite, looking nil tho
world Ilka a biplane, was manipulat
ed hy Homo kite enthusiast near Dia
mond Head. It was red, whlto nnd
hi no In color and attracted attention
throughout Walklkl nnd among tho
rcsldantH of Knlmiiki Ono man saw
It from ono tn two thousand feet In
the nlr. Another figured It differently
und occasionally I lie brute would
mako a swoop that reminded tho nlr
specialists of n spiral dlvo. Tho
flight lasted from tho middle of the
forenoon till noon. , When tho Dia
mond Head lookout was usked nhout
It, lie couldn't seo anything, and be
sides ho was hard ot hearing on tho
flying machine, side.
BITTEN BY MOSQUITO;
DIES OF POISON
Ni:V YORK, Juno 3. Mrs Thomah
Ourncll. d! jears old, ot bl2 Dast
Thirty-ninth street, Brooklyn, whllo
sitting on the piazza of her homo last
week wiik bitten on tho check by a
tnosipilto. She mndo it laughing re
mark about tho llrst mosiiulto bite of
iho ear and paid no uttciitlon to It
for a few days
The t heck began to swell Tho swell
ing spread over her entlro face, nnd
her husband beeume alarmed. Dr O.
Stewnrt Ogden of -461 Iitst Twenty
eighth street was called In.
At llrst he did not believe It to bo
anything tcrlous, and tho family told
him nothing of the mosquito bite On
Wednesday Iho physician found that
blood poisoning was the trouble. Ho
was iinublo lo drive tho poison out of
her system nnd esterduy sho died
UMBRELLA SAVES HIS LIFE
ST I.OUIS. May S8. Lightning
(.truck Dr J J Meredith, u prominent
physician of this city, ripped ort his
clothing and badly burned him this
afternoon. Ho owes his llfo In tho steel
rod of an umbrella he was holding un
der a treo en Low Is place, vvhero ho
had sought refuge from the heavy rain
Tho lightning ran down tho umbrella
rod Into IiIh his hand, up his sleeve,
down his coat and trousers, nnd out
his heels, burning a hole In tho granltn
pavement where he itood. When pick
ed up ho suld his brain seemed para
Tho British stoamor Qiicon Alex
andra from Portland, Oregon, foi
Shanghai arrived at San Francisco
recently for survoy und reported that
on leaving Portland sho struck tho
Columbia river bar IB times causing
considerable damage, and had 20 feot
of water In tho fore peak, and tho sumo
amount In tho Nos. 1 and No. 2 holds
On being surveyed It wiib found that
ten plates had to bo removed, faired
and replaced, eight plates to ho fair
Oil In placo, thirty frauiCH bont, thir
ty margin brackets to be removed,
faired und replaced, port sldo bllgo
keel damaged and bent entire length,
but must defer being repaired owing
lo cargo. Rudder damaged, many
rivets broken nnd loose, propeller
broken, twenty dock plates ben' to
lue removed, faired nnd roplaced, ten
to be faired In place, four main deck
beams buckled or bent to bo remov
ed, falrod, nnd replaced, two lower
hold beams buckled or bent, stan
"THi: 11IO THHATHIl"
Newl Newl Nwl
t.lkc "So Did I" and "I Saw 1
Klrst; Ho'a Mine."
Aldine and Cassidy
Acrobats Tumblsrt Comedians
An Immense Hit
Roller Skate Clog Dancers
Watch for Comedy Act
NUWHST MOTION riCTUitHS
COUPONS NOT ACCEPTED
"Tin: housi: oi- good nt.MH"
ANOTHER BIQ PROGRAM TONIGHT
DEAN, MeHENRY & GREEN
The Boys with the Musical Act
BOYS (With Comedy
(With an Act
Tho Sweet Singer
Featuring "THE SWING SONG,"
"The Rollicking Girl"
or motion piCTunns
'TOK A C07.V nVKNINd"
Monday, Wednesday and Friday
For a Real Funny Act, See the
Ryan and Ryan
Comedy Character Impersonators
In Ragtime Dances
Gilson and Tolan
Dancing. Singing nnd Sketch Team
Presenting a Classy Sketch with
Fascinating Dances '
NEW MOTION PICTURES
Baseball for Sunday
1:30 HAWAIIS vs. JAPANESE
3130 STARS vs. PORTUGUESE
Ileserved Senta for center and wings
of grandstand can bo booked nt II. O,
Hall & Son's sporting department. I3n-
truncc, King street.
Tickets on sale at M. A. Ounnt'H
Cigar Store, from 1 p in. Saturday to
11 a. m Sunday.
Prices 35c, 2So and 15o
182 Merchant Street
INSIST ON HAVING
Pau Ka liana
FOR YOUR H0U8E
Successors to 8haw &. 8evlll
KING 8TREET, NEAR ALAKEA
Phone 3085 P. O. Box 491
2185 editorial rooms 2250
business ofllre. These uro the Icle
phone uuuibers ot the II u 1 1 c 1 1 u.
Whitney & Marsh,
Begins June 26th
All odds and ends- and broken
lots at less than Half Price
GIRDLES for 25c
and GOOD CORSETS, in all
sizes, for 50c, 75c, and $ 1 .00
WILL ARRIVE PER MARAMA FOR
C. Q. YEE HOP & CO.,
Treatment Is preventative as well as curative. It directs devel
opment in youth, Increatei strength and vitality In middle life,
and postpones "old age."
Splendid results are obtained both in acute and chronlo cases.
175 BERETANIA, Corner Union
A Superior Line of
Just received, and marked to be
retailed at wholesale prices.
This line consists of Skirts, Corset-Covers,
Gowns, Chemise, etc., ail of the latest
L. B. KERR & CO.,