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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, TUE8DAY, JULY 18, 1911.
A QUIET, REFINED HOUSE OF
- UNUSUAL EXCELLENCE
American Plan llurnn with Hilli and
Uonnl from J4 00 n Diy
European Plan Itoom with Rath from
$2 00 a Day
Special Monthly Rates
A hlah-elaM rnmlly nnd Tourist Hotel.
Hnlf block from Columbia ThrnUr,
nnd on the cdg of the Retail Shop
ping District Evi-ry room with 1'rl
nte Hath. Ptnltltoly Fireproof.
W. E. Zander, Manager
n little better than
The Sa Special
In which are Incorporated
certain refinements that will ap
ueat to those who want the best.
Regularly fitted with the Zeiss
Kodak anastigmat lens f. 6 3 and
Honolulu Photo Supply
FORT 8T. - BEL6W HOTEL
P'.ACE CARDS AND FAVOR8
Novel dvnlgna nml nrtlatlo conceits
faithfully executed. Tlio prices are
Arts & Crafts Shop
Alexander Young Building
I ' m COPLEY FBXNTI
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING
1050 Nomura Street
Cheapest and best.
Will not taint watsr.
Waterproof and time-defying.
Requires no coating for many
Can be used on flat or steep
Lewers & Cooke.
177 8. KINQ 8TREET
Regal Shoe Store,
BANZAI 8HOE STORE
Beretanla Street, Near Nuuanu
I HONOLULU, H. T.
EXPERT PtUMBINQ" '",
"The 'Pioneer Plumber"
182 Merchant Street Phone 1931
Successors to Shaw oV Seville
KINO STREET, NEAR ALAKEA
Phone aOM P. O. Box 41
RBHT BtNJAMIN C0MP0LND
I Circa Constipation. jfKT I
Mikes New, Rich ' jf-V-tft
I Blood. . , AfaiLL. I
Stomach and Liver asssssssssV I
I Kiiulator. mmmrnV I
"THE TAYLOR NURSERY" was de-
signed for the purpose of covering the
needs of the sleeping, resting baby
from birth to threefyears and over, and
aids the mother 4n Innumerable ways
to preserve baby's health as well as her
own. It Is the only baby bed that helps
caro for the baby, night and day.
THE SAFETY HOOD absolutely pre
ventc baby falling out or climbing out,
and Is also a perfect device for holding
up a mosquito netting off of baby, out
of deors or in... Spiders and mosquitoes
can not then reach the baby, who lies
safely within. The hood is also splendid
to hold a comforter if you want to dark
en the bed for baby's sleep, or to pre
vent draughts of cold air.
Notice that "THE TAYLOR NUR
SERY" is high. It goes over the
Mother's bed, and the frame slides un
derneath, taking up no room.
THERE'S A SANITARY NIGHT
BOX at one side of the bed In whch
to keep clean napkins, powder, and oth
er baby toilet articles. The Night Box
has a lid, so that soiled napkins can
be closed in tightly, thus avoiding
odors and the necessity of mother get
ting out of bed after she has retired.
Rugs & Draperies
J. liopp & Co., Ltd.
OAHU FURNITURE CO.
King Street, opposite Young Hotel
P. O. Uox 8(0 Phone 3091
Fort Street Near Beretanla
DRY GOODS FOR ECONOMICAL
Yee Chan & Co.
Gents' Dry Goods
KAM CHONG CO.
Corner Fort and Beretanla Streets
FINE LINE OF DRY G00D9
WAH YING CHONG
King Street, Ewa Fiartmsrket
Wing Chong Co
dno it.. near beteil
Dealer. In Furniture, Mattreisei,
etc, eta. AU kind of KOA and Mil
SION FURNITURE made to order.
- FINEST FIT ' - 1
An! Cloth1 o( Al Quality Cm
t , Purchased from
P. 0. Bot 961 Telephone 1731
IMPORTERS OF ORIENTAL GOODS
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
941 Nuuanu, near King Street
Ir-. -JJ. A!'1, . !i-J
" Fine 'line of"
. - -y
. Carpenter Tools
At the New Hardware Store
CITY HARDWARE CO.
Kinfc and Nuuanu Streets
JKAUA! TO SPEND
Road Commissioner's Plan for
Expenditure' of New
The Knunl road 'commission held
Its first business mcotlriK ilurltiK tlio
latter part of last wcok and dlsciMscd
what It should do with the $100,000
nMillablo out of tlio new loan fund. It
was decided to begin work at once
and to siieml some $75,000 of tbo ttlal
amount. Superintendent of Public
Works Marston Campbell was present
and returned cstenlay leaving again
today for Hawaii.
The work mapped out up to tlio
present time Is as follows. A new
long span steel bridge oor the Kca
lin river Is to replaco tho present
structure. A concrete brldgo Is to be
put" across the Kllauea Btrcatn. Tho
present brldgo over tho Ilannlcl river,
which Is thought to be In a dangerous
condition, will ho replaced by a new
Bteel one. A now grade will also bo
laid out of Hnnalcl nlloy which It
Is thought will he a great advantage
oor tho present one.
As tho result of n further Inspec
tion mado on Saturday the following
additional work was also decided on.
To macadam the road with necessary
regraillng froiu end of tho half way
to meet tho present macadam. To
macadamlte and regrnde from Koloa
to tho Short Cut road. A bridge will
be constructed nt Hanapcpe and :i
new fltructuro will replaco what Is
known as the Hnlf Way bridge.
This will mean n stretch of slc
miles of new macadam road between
Llhuo and Walmea. J. S. Morangc,
who lias been appointed by the board
to tho position of civil engineer will
be In charge of the work. .
Dr. Victor S, Clark, commissioner
of Immigration, has prepaid! n series
of statistics from the figures' of the
last census, ns to tho probable growth
of imputation In tho islands, based on
I birth and death-rates, not on Immi
gration. Kroni these figures ho prophcslos
that In 1920 there will bo' 3,000 fewer
Hawallans In tho Territory but G800
more persons of part-Hawaiian blood,
In 1900 there were 29,800 persons of
pure Hawaiian blood In Hawaii; to
day there nro 25,000, and In 1920thero
will bo 22,700.
In 1900 there were four .times ns
many Hawallans an part-Huwallans,
the latter numbering only 7800., By
1920 the numhers will ho almost even,
the calculations showing that the lat
ter will havo increased to 19,900, If
tho B.-tmo rate of decrease prevails as
lias provnlled during the past ten
jenrs, tho aboriginal Hawallans will
have completely disappeaied in nine
ty-three jears, by which tlmo tho
part-Hawaiian population will bo as
largo as was tho aboriginal population
fifty ycais ngo.
According to theso figures the death
rato among Hawallans now Is slightly
less than It was ten' years ago. Then
It was 34.5 per thousand, while now
It Is 29 8, and has varied between
27.2 and 34 5 In tho Interval.
JiGE DOLE HAS
Although it was announced a short
nlmo ago that no oxtenslon of leavo
could he granted to Judgo Dqle, owing
to tho fact that be was the only ono
available to hear tho condemnation
suit brought for tho extension of tho
Mahuka site, news has now been ro
eelved that an extra sixty das has
'been granted. This means that the
judge will not rcturuto Hawaii net
until after Christmas.
The miillhlnl Christmas tree will be
without his presenco this year and
tho children will miss the sound of
his voice. From advices received
from London Judge Dole s receiving
a great amount of nttentlon, although
In an unofficial way, from various offi
cials in Unilon. Ho has been tho
guost of Lord Alverstono, tho chief
justice, nnd nlso of tho Iml Mayor
TO BE ISSUED
The following numed men will re
ceive commissions in tho Nntlonnl
Guard In u fow days: Loo I.. Sexton,
ns lieutenant In the Medical Depart
ment ranking from December 31,
1910; Isnao I. Cockett, first lleuton
nnt, rnuklng from May 19, 1911; John
llllo, Hecond lieutenant, nlso ranking
from May 19; Henry Vnn Qleson, first
lieutenant, ranking fiom Juno 2, 1911;
l:dwnrd Hopkins, cnptaln, ranking
from July 13, 1909; Henry V, O'Sul-1
livan,. ranking from May 19, 1911,
TO WAGE WAR
ON FRUIT FLY
Plans of Campaign Worked
Out at Meeting Held
further consideration of the matter
of righting the fruit ily was hnd ven
tenlay afternoon, when the select com
mittee appointed some time ago met
tho Hoard of Health and the health
committee of the Hoard of Supervisors
and drew up plank for the elimination
An effort was made to devise somo
scheme "Whereby tho various sets of
machinery could be emploed In the
tight without Interfering with their
present work. Tho sanitary Inspectors
will bo Instructed to sec that all dead
fruit Is picked up nnd either burned on
the premises or carted to somo place
where It can be suitably disposed of.
Tho garbage department of the city and
county will be asked to cart nil tho
culls to the dump as though It were
ordinary rubbish, and In this way It Is
hoped that somo good may como out of
Already at Work.
l During tho course of tho meeting an
Interesting point wan brought out by
Entomologist Ehrhorn. Speaking of the
means at hand for fighting the pest,
ho said that some six months ngo he
had started a campaign against It by
trjlr.g to educataithose Interested. This
had done n great deal of good. Some
of the progressive citizens had taken
tho matter Up, and where tho work hnd
lieen carried out properly ho found that
good reports camo to hand. He quot
ed two Instances In which the second
cropuehad been n success after'the first
proving n failure. Great praise win
nlso given the Japanese press for tho
work It hnd done In forwarding the
The present plan of campaign against
the files Is as follows: Tho 'Board of
Health Inspectors nnd the city nnd
county Inspectors will see that alt rot
ten fruit Is picked up The ynrd boy
will be also called Into requisition, nnd
on top of this tho garbage department
will cart tho stuff nvvny. It Is an open
question ns to what will be dono with
It niter It iias onco been taken from the
houses Incinerating Is the only rea
sonable method, but the Incinerator Is
not vVorklng. The matter of burning It
on the dumps under the supervision of
a man from the entomological depart
ment will In nil probability be adopted,
'nlthough It will not give nearly the
satisfaction that the first method will
This will bo settled later,' howcvir.
MAY BEJCLEANED UP
The WalplloplW cesspool nulsanco
is to como before tho city fathers to
night and In all probability will re
celvo Its finish nt their hands. Tho
Board of Health wants It filled in and
Is only waiting for word from tho
city to do so.
As n result of a report turned In
by ono of the Board of Health In
spectors tho members went up and
inspected tho place yesterday after
noon. It hnd been pumped out since
tho Inspector had reported onlt, at
which tlmo It was overflowing and
ngaln running through private yards.
It was still level with the ground sur
face, however, and liable to overflow
again nt any time.
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REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS,
Entered for Record July 15, 1911,
From 10i30 a. m. to 4i30 p. m.
OuMuv Kretzschmar and wf to
Charles K Notley D
Annie II Tiijlor nnd hsb to Mrs V
M K Vannatta ,... D
Ulshop A. Co to I.dy V Lucas Ttel
Ljdy n Lucas nnd hsb to Bishop
& Co , M
Thomus C W l'oole to Fanny
John IC Bumucr to Ellas 1. Jones.. D
John K Sumner to Ellas 1. Jones..
, 1 Agrmt
Entered for Record July 17, 1911.
From Bi30 a. m. to 1030 a. m.
I.ucy Nnkl ct nl by comr to Annie
Duvnucliello ... D
Manuel C Cnnejo and wf to Achln
Mela Alapnl to lona Alapal D
Lucretla M Da J ton to Augustus
J W Kekon nnd wf to F Kuhee (k) D
Koltl nml IibIi to F Kohee (K).... D
Eda R Wltlurspoon and h&h to
Charles N Maixuez.'tr ,.., M
Alexander IC Nawahl and wf to
First Trust Co of llllo Ltd
J 11 Athertnu Est Ltd to S A Uald-
Elennnro H Atlierton nnd hsb to 8
Nobody wants to buy the old court
house In Court street, lloston, and
Superintendent of Public Ilulldlngs
Mnnus Fish doesn't know whut to do
with tho ancient structure.
' TO CURE A COtd lit ONE DAY
Take Laxativer Brombv Quinine
Tablets. All druggists refund
the money if it fails, to cure.
E. W. Grove's signature is on
PARIS MEDICINE CO St. Louis, U, 8. A,
Country Surrounding Famous
Volcano to be Turned Into
Upon hlS visit to the Volcano IIous4
Major lliirnham, of the 20th Infantry,
U. S. A., who went to llllo for a trip
on the Wllhclmlna last week, looked
over the surrounding country, not of
ficially, but for his own private bene
fit,, determining what facilities would
bo afforded troops stationed in that
district, should Kllauea and the coun
try surrounding be turned Into a Na
A couple of troops or Infantry, ho
thinks would be the only practical
patrol Installed Instead of cavalry
which the other parks havo, such as
the Yellowstone and Yosemlte.
Doth these parks are well control!
ed by cavalry for the purpefee of pre
venting, fires In the forests, destruc
tlon of property and the killing of
TheBe national parks are very nc
cOBslblc in many ways to horses and
wagons also forage for tho mounts Is
very more than plentiful, whpreaa
at Kllauea there arc few trails a horse
might traverse and forago Is by no
means plentiful. .This would tend to
add a great expense to the govern
ment ns all hay and grain would have
to be packed in very Inconvenient
manners over Quito a good deal of
Iioklng at the matter carefully
Major Burnhnm b,ellovcs Infantry
would be the only practical troops
Installed. What patrol duty they
would have to do could be easily done
on foot nft there would be few camp
ers and hunters to keep an eye on-r-camplng
hi done seldom and hunting
not at nil.
At Yellowstono and Yosemlto tho
two national parks fairly swarm with
campers and hunters giving tho cav
alry all they can (do in keeping their
eyes on them that they obey tho law.
In theso places Infantry would be
useless, due to the fact that they
could cover only a small territory on
foot while a largo territory has to be
traversed continually by Uncle Sam'a
At the last regular meeting of Pa
cific Rebekah Lodge No. 1, I. O. O. F
the officers for the current term .were
Installed by D, D. G. S. tiestcr'Petrlo,
nsslstod by D.' D. O. Marshal Clara
Petrle. P. D. D. O. 8.; D. D. Q. War
den Allco Pratt, P. N. 0.; D. D. O
Secretary Hannah Smith." P. N. O.;
D. D. Q. Treasurer Hcrmonle Oehr-
Ing. P. N. Q.; D. D. O. Inner Guard
Charlotte Wlcke, P. N. a . and D. D
O. Chaplain Trolda Ourmnn, P. N. CI
The retiring noble grand, Sister
Amalle Tschudlxwos presented with
a Dast noblo grand'a Jewel by tho D
D. Q. 8. Bro. I;stcr Petrle, who com
plimented her on tho successful term
sho had nreslded over.
refreshments were served nt the
close of the meeting.
NAONE-HOSE July 12. Peter N.
Naone to Julia Hose, both of Hono
lulu. PARMENTER-AWIHI July 14, Wil
lie Parmenter, of Honolulu, to Ma
leka A wiul, of -Wablawa.
DARTELS-KAHALE July 14, Wil
liam Dartles, of Watohinu, to Esther
Kahale, of Honolulu.
BOWEN-ROBSON July 14, William
8pencer Bower, of Honolulu, to
Esther Nichols Robson, of Oberlln,
NELSON-ROPOZO July 15, C. W.
Nelson to Isabella Ropozo, both of
SCHMIDT-ALBERTS July 11, Fred
erick Schmidt, Jr , to Fanny Alberta,
both of Honolulu.
AHUNA-MAULOA July IC, Herbert
N. Ahuna to Rose N. Mauloa, both
CIjARK-KLEMME July in, Fred E.
Clark to Anna Minna Bertha Hen
rietta Klemme, both of Honolulu.
BOTHELO- MEDEIROS July IB,
John Bothello to Rena Soares Mo
de I ros, both of Honolulu.
a ssi a 1
MILLER In Honolulu, July 17, 1911,
to Mr. and Mrs. Edward L. Miller,
of tho lighthouse station, Kalaupa
pa, Molokai, a daughter.
LUKA In Honolulu, July 14, 1911, to
Mr. nnd Mrs James K. Luka, a son.
KAAEA In Honolulu, July IB, 1911,
tq Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kaaea, uson.
e a .'
LAA July 13, Puiihalo, Mary Laa, IB
years, a natlvo of Hawaii.
KAPUAA July 13, Mrs. Ellzaboth
Kapuua, 33 years, native of Hono
lulu. CORREA July IB, Aiigust P. C. Cor
rea, 21 years, native of Madeira.
NHILL July IB, John Alex. Nelll, 42
years, natlvo of Honolulu.
LULU July 10, Mrs. Kenhl J. Llllll,
4G years, natlvo or Kupeko, Molo
fV"Far SaU" carJa at Bulletia..,
Bottled in Bond
JULES PERCHARDS A FIL8'
CALIFORNIA '8PARKLINO WINES
Wa Deliver to Any Part of tha City
ROSA & CO.,
Alakea tni Queen Itneti
NX IALI AT AIX' 1AM
Cream Pure Rye
'Old IT V
10 VI JOT AXD 0 0.
'Toutl fnd ihey're til food fel
lows here. . ,
"It's the Fashion"
Hotel nr. Fort D. H. Dariei, Trot.
Kma ADD NUUANU STREETS
..For tfuOBESTtRENT CARS' In the
city, rink up
OLDSMOBILEj No. 401
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RENAULT, No. 404 ! '
"'' LANDAULET, Ne. 6M
von Hamm - Young
Pioneers tnd Leaden in
the Automobile Buslnets
Agents (or such well-known cart
sa Packard. Pobe-Hartford, Bterens
Durrea, Cadillac, Thomas Flyer,
Bulclc, Overland, Baker Electric, and
Supplies & Repairing
CHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
' , Merchant Street .,
aloaroba' bean mills
" And '
ONE SECOND-HAND 8TANDARD
GASOLINE ENGINE, 1ft H. P. '
1404 EMMA STREET Telephone B4S5
ELECTRIC CABINET BATHS WITH
A natural method of recovery from
bodily disorders ladies and gentleman.
BARON SCHOOL OF PHYSICAL
Phon. 2467 or call at 176 S. King 81.
HALL & SON, LTD.
Cor. King and Fort 8ts, HONOLULU
Hardware, Paints and Oils, Ship -
chandlery. Stoves. Crockery. Glassware
"and Kltch.n Ut.nslls) Sporting Goods,
, Guns, Revolvers and Ammunition.
WINES AND LIQUORS
Agents For" . ; ""
INGLEN00K WINES ' ,
We deliver to any part ot the
Phone 2026.' P. 0. Box 488
Gear Street, above Union Squate
JM espotite Hottl Si. Frencie
European Plan SI .50: a. da up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish
Ines cost $200,000. High claas
b otel at'moderate' rates. .Omnibus
mcete all trains and steamers.
Hotel Stewart now recognited as
' Hawaiian Island headquarters.
Cable address, "TraweU" A. D. C.
Code. Reservations made through
Trent Trial Co., Fort Street,
Honpluhll'll , "' , ,
Hotel St. Francis
Union Square, Sea Fraicisoo
Under the Kutigemtnt of
FACING tha ueaoUfs park
In the heart of the tlty,
which Is the theatre el
the ptlnelpal erenU el
the famous festlrals ol 8an
Fnuirlaco, 'this hotel, In en
tlronment and atmosphere, ex
presses most pleasantly the
comfortable spirit of eld Cal
ifornia. - i
The royalty aai aebtlky
tho, Old World sad the Far
East and the men of high
aeklevemcat la America who
assemble her contrlbate to the
cosmopolitan atmosphere ol an
Institution which represent
tho hospitality and lodrrldaal
Ity of Han Francisco to the
The building, which maris
the farthest ad ranee of science
In sertlce, has now the largest
capacity of any hotel stricture
In the West, and upon comple
tion of the Post street anaes
will be tho largest eararansery
In tho world.
WHILE THE SBBTICE 18 UN.
USUAL, TUB PJUCKH ABB
European Plan' from $2.00 Up
UKST IIATIHNO ON
NO CORAL JOOD WHITE SAND
HOARD RATES LOW
Rooms and Board
BATH I N 0
FINE LOT OF LIVE' CHICKENS
FORT 8TRECT - PHONE 1109
The BICYCLE DEALKE
FAIRER, humove(t to
180 KINO STRUT
New location Bed front,
Bulletin Editorial Boom FhoHf
2185. Bulletin Business Once
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