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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU T. H, WEDNESDAY, JULY 19. T911.
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A QUIET, REFINED HOUSE OF
Amrrlc.-in Plan Hoom with Until and
Hoard from J4.00 a Day
European Plan Hoom with Hatli from
$2.0(1 a Day
Special Monthly Relet
A hlclfclass Family and Tourht Hotel.
Unit block from Columbia Tlionter,
ami on thu edge of the Itutnll Hliop
tiliiB District, nvcry room with T'rl
vato 1t.ith. I'aslllvoly Fireproof.
W. E. gander, Manager .
Emma, Above Vineyard
Patronized by persons of
1 IllllMlU'llt. ItuDIIlK single
or en unite, with or with
MISS JOHNSON, Prop.
If pottlble, a little better than
a Kodak .
The Sa Special
In which are Incorporated
certain refinement! that will ap
ueal to those who want the best.
Regularly fitted with the Zeiss
Kodak anastigmat leni f. C.3 and
Honolulu Photo Supply
FORT ST. - BELOW HOTEL
PLACE CARDS AND FAV0R8
Noel ileilgiis and uitlstla conceits
faithfully executed. The prices are
Arts & Crafts Shop
Alexander Young Building
IN COPLEY PRINTS
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING
1050 Nuuann Street
has u high Riots finish and the
best wearing ii.illtlfH.
av. r. fuller & cos vunn
lIti:iAUi:U I'AINT Is In every
respect the most durable uml
ballsfuctory pulut j ou can use.
WMLi , I Co.,
H , Lcwcrs & Gooke,
flK 177 South King Street
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BP EXPERT PLUMBING
fl JOHN NOH
KffHtKf "The Pioneer Plumber"
fffltt. 182 Merchant Street Phono 1931
Hi Honolulu Monument
K Works, Ltd.
&HB Successors to Shaw & Seville)
VhHm? KING STREET. NEAR ALAKEA
IKiMHy Phone 30S5 P. O. Box 491
I!Be pMEORTAT BENJAMIN C0MP0ljTu
Ik Iherbalo m I
IJLH!' I Cure Constipation. HBF I
mmVi Mikes Now, lilch 3Mm m
H1 I Hlood. .faWTBL I
2MkI I StomachandLlver v, I
iHmM I Kosuldtor. WtrnHPtl
fMSK, I Cures the Kidneys. -fiiMW I
WBU, ! BtMH.HM
"THE TAYLOR NURSERY" was de
signed for the purpose of covering the
needt of the eleeplng, retting baby
from birth to three yeart and over, and
aids the mother In Innumerable ways
to preserve baby's health at well as her
own. It It (he only baby bed that helpt
care 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 dcors or In... Spiders and mosquitoes
can not then reach the baby, who lies
safely within. The hood It also splendid
to nold 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 itidet un
derneath, taklna iid no room.
THERE'S A SANITARY NiGHT
BOX ot one tide of the bed In which
to keep clean napkins, powder, and oth
er baby toilet articles. The Night Box
has a lid, so that toiled napkint can
be closed in tightly, thut avoiding
odors and the necessity of mother get
ting out of bed after she has retired. i
Rugs & Draperies
J. Hopp & Co., Ltd.
OAHU FURNITURE CO.
King Street, opposite Young Hotel
P. O. Dot 80 Plione 3MJ
I Fort Street Near Beretanla
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DRY GOODS FOR ECONOMICAL
Yee Chan & Co.
Gents' Dry Goods
KAM CHONG CO.
Corner Fort and Beretanla Streets
FINE LINE 01 DRY GOODS
WAtl YING CHONG
King Street, Ewa Fuhmarket
Wing Chong Co.
XINU SX NEAH BETHIL
Oealen in Furniture, MattTtiMi,
:tc, etc. All kind of KOA and MIS
SION FUBNIIUKE made to order.
And Cloth of Al Quality Cm Vi
K0 CANDLESS BIOQ.
. 0. Box 981 Telephone 1731
IMPORTERS OF ORIENTAL GOODS
Wing WVTai & Co.
941 Nuunnn. near King Street
Fine line of
At the New Hardware Star
CITY HARDWARE CO.
King and Nuuanu Street
The much talked - of International
t. ... i.bii.IuII nm ...... ll.nl .int. '
,.,.,, .,., .. . ...
will tnko uliiee thin nfternnrm nt the
'Athletic Park, beginning ut 4:30j
Occ! how the Chinese fans would re-'
Jolco If their team turned out vlcto-
rlous In thin nrternoon'H game, Tlicro
x a rumor nround town this week
Unit tho ChlnexB funs liud about n thou
Knnd puckaKea of firecracker on hand
to let loouc If their team on out In
the last Kamc. But It turned out that
the Keloi were win hern. 6-2, without
. .Kvtryhoily .agrees, tbntilf Apau Rot
down to IiIh reKular form nt tho foe
Rlnnlnir fit tho game tho Nipponese
woul'd.imVo u hurd light. Hut the get
tlni; clown Ih o part of thu game.
Tho All-Chlneso.'lcam will mdeavor
VOi'wInjitojay'H ganie. a they want to
have It chance' ut the third game.
Theteum this ufteriwpn will be
prpctlcnlly the Haine na tjiat of Inst
Wednesday, with tho exception thut
Holoinon Ho will tule Hong Chuck'a
position In left Held, lloo Ih a dandy
at tat and upeedy on bases. It Is a
wise move to Include him In today'a
Awiu nud Chi llul will form tho bat
tery, and En Yet, the manager of the
All-Chinese team, will neo that Apau
warms up enough before ho goes inio
the game this time. V Ayau Is ex
pected to du better work today, both
In his position ut shortstop and with
Captuln Knnkl will put out a strong
team today, but has not decided defi
nitely whom lie will putf'lnto the box.
as he paid yesterday that It will de
pend on how the pitchers frel JuHt be
fore thu game, ' ' , .
aoto Is laid up with a soro foot, so
Mlvuke will hold down flrst ,lwse,
There should be another big crowd
at the game this nfternoon to see these
two Orlentaltearri i'neet'ln' the good
old American gum,. ' i
The lineups ot the team this aft
ernoon will 'bo n h follows:
All-Chlnose Chi, Rui,,c: Apau, p.:
A. Akatia. lb.: Kan.Yen.Sb.: Ah Tin,
3b.; V. Ayau, sa.; Asam (captain), If.:
En Hue, cf.; Solomon Hoe, rf.i
Kelos Kukuda, as Hugaso or Fu
kuda, p.; Mlyake, lb.; Kankl (captain),
2b.; Kusukl, 3b.; Sasaki, sa.; lllgo, If.;
Takahnina, cf.: Koyama.i rr."
TONS OF KOREAN
MONEY NOW JUNK
Wealth of a Nation Lies Use
less on a New York
With 1400 tns of Korean money on
boa,rd ns part of tho cargo, tho steam
ship Seneca ot the Standard Oil Com'
panv's fleet arrived at the Hush docks,
llrouklyn. snys the New .York' Herald
The tons nnd tons of money are only
port ot what Is to come'. From tlmo
to time other vessels will arrtvo In
the next mouth or two from Korea.
bringing. tons of money, until a total
of 20,000 tons has been brought to
this country. That amount Includes
I all of the money Korea owned when
I Japan annexed that country and de
cided that Korean money should be
roplaced by Japanese currency.
Thu money, in sucku( was piled on
thu docks. There are no special o
llcemeu guarding with rifles what
was 'once a nation's wealth, as the
coins are meroly valued as go much
old metal now. Each of the coins,
which were known as "cash" In Korea,
and which, llko Chinese money, was
made round, but Having a square cut
In the center, bus been cut In two
Boon after the Japanese government
decided to replace the Koiean "cash"
with Japanese currency a group of
Americans formed a syndicate und
bought up all ot the discarded money,
Ax fast as it arrives lu this country
tho money will bo taken to the smelt'
Ing mills of the United States Metals
Heftntng Company, at Chrome, N, J
and melted up. The various metals
extracted from tho coins will be to
molded into bars auu solii In com
merce. Considerable copper ami sll
ver will bo obtained fiom tho co!,
which aro mostly alloys of those
The Seoeccn picked up the colas at
Hongkong, utter It had brought u
cargo of. oil to Kuiupean and Asiatic
Meutonant Commander Walter D.
Tawley, U, S. N., hus written uu Inlor
ostlng paper on thu etUclency ot tho
navy, particularly lu gunnery,
Approximately 600,000 acres ot land
havo been opened .to settlors under
the registration' plan through u proc
lamation signed by President Taft,
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MASSON TO TRY
Aviator Maxxon's first Might after
leavliiB'llonoluhi ho hopes will he from
Annelea to San Diego. The Krench-
man and his party, Hlgurd lluimell and
n mechanic, went to tho Count to-
day, the new malinger, Jiuk Scully,
following In about two weeks.
Tho (light to he made there by Mas-
son Is what Is known as the "dream
trip of aviators," consisting of n non
stop' (light from Los Angeles to Sail
Diego, n distance of 125 miles. The
Ulght has been nttempted many times,
but that was nil Just attempted us
none proved successful. Only lust week
a well-known Mrdmuii tlapped his
wings towards Los Angeles from Ban
Diego, but, vyus forced to laud fifteen
mllet from the starting place.
.Should .Masson make tho, trip' suc
cessfully, It will ,be nn olllclnl record
for America ,for n long-dlstanca non
stop flight, possibly eiimllng thn Eu
ropean records. At the present tlmo
three hourH In the air without alight
Ing Is the American record, white that
of Europe Is nlnu hours, made by Lit
tham, who was the llrst mull to make
a mile (light.
Makson Is well known In California
having taken part In the big uvlatlon
meets there for the lust few years und
After the big (light In Southern Cal
Ifornla, Mnsson will give most of his
future exhibitions In thut State. The
weather conditions there nrc Ideal nnd
the winds ore not trouble! ome, afford
Ing nvlutora ten months out of the year
According to the contract wjilch
Walker had with the Lellehun people,
he received1 $400 for his own personal
flight there, and the amount of money
rnlsed over that sum was to go to
Maw on, but 'just bow much Masson
will receive from I.ellehtia for his
iiikiics lias noi neeu ueicrtnineti.
A novel method in udvertlso tho
Hawaiian Islands tx'betng proposed 'by
Hi I', Wood, 'by which Mnsson,diiflng
his" nights on 'the Coast will throw and
distribute promotion literature of ,the
IslandK from Ills 'machine. Naturally,
tho people will nght to get these for
loilvenlrs of tlio grent nvlator.
Upon arrival at San Franclscri. Mns
son und party1 will Immediately proceed
to I.os Angeles to' prepare tho ma
rines for tho big (light. Manager
Jack Scully will probably follow them
on. the next Sierra.
Slguard Hussoll will deliver lectures
to the people of,CnllfornIa on tho won
ders and facilities of the Hawaiian Is
TOGO TO SAIL
That Admiral H Togo ot the Im
perial Japanese Navy will not como to
Huwull, Is 'the statement made by
Consul-Qeuoral S. Uyeno. It hus been
planned by the locnl Jupnneso that in
the event ot his passing tlirougli
hero, en route to Japan, a great re
ception would be Rendered him. All
these plans havo been abandoned.
Admiral Togo, the hero ot tlie Hus-so-Japan,
war went to London In
company with T. It. H. Prlnco rind
Princess IllgaslU Fuslilml, ub Im
perial representative ot the Kinperor
ot Japan to the coronation ot King
Qeorge and Queen Mary.
According to the present Itinerary,
the tumous Japanese naval command
er will arrive In New York August 8,
whore he will be met by Captain
Templlo Potts, who has been eBpeclal
ly designated by the United States
government to look utter the visitor
during his stuy lu tho States. Tho
only cities he will visit on the main
land are New, York, Philadelphia,
Doulon and Washington, lie will re
turn to Jupan from Seattle, ills en
tire stay in America will .be only
Tho llru airman's map has appear
ed lu Purls.
Clears the complexion,
whitens the lands and
i a t!uie-teted remedy
for bltbi diieuti.
1UI'. Ihb ,ti WUk., Or
Uack tr ertwa. 0c
are linked together. The
reason is that at a period
when a girl's digestion Is
provides her with powerful
nourishment In easily di
, It's the food that builds
and keeps up a girl's
BONDS ARE PUT
ON BIG MARKET
Prospectus Shows Progress
on Every Side and In
quiries Come In.
Bids for tho Territory's public lin
provrrticiit bonds linvo been asked bv
Trensurqr D. U Coiikllng from tho
financiers nf Loudon, I'arls nnd Mer
lin us welt us throughout tho' 'United
Stales, according (o Information re
ceived In a letter by floxcrnor t'l-enr
yesterday aflornoon. The treasurer
Inclosed copies of tho prospectus
which hns been sent out to tho vari
ous centers. Arrangements have also
been made to havo tho advertisement
put on tho ticker. As u result of these
methods a number of Inquiries have
reached tho treasurer. Theie Is iiImi
some demand for the bonds ns se
curities for postal accounts.
Tho prospectiiH, which Is ten pages
In length, shows the 'territory up In
a goo,) light. Tho total amount of
real and assessed property bus grown
rrom $121,172,028 111 1901 to ir,(,2C8,
467 In 1910. The hnHirts hnvn grown
from !2,S2CG.1.1 to $25,138 247 ilurltig
the same period. Also In that time
.tho exiiorts havo almost doubled In
Vnluo going from $28,053,843 to $4C-
ixf?4!2 fnittorn recelnts In 1901 wera
$1,219,C1S,93 atld in 1910, $1573,319.15.
Ueskles tlila, Uio, prl or ilouoiuiu
runked thirteenth among nil, ports of
entry In tho United, Stales for tho
risen! year, ending June 30, 1910.
The total Indebtedness, of the Ter
ritory Is $4,004,000 which Is 2-58' per
cent of yio .present assessed valua
tion of properly fpr taxation. No
county' or niunlell bonds have ever
been issued and nolthcr the, Ten I
tory nor It's predccessoia havo over
Local Leprosy Investigators
and San Francisco Plague
' . Experts Together?!
Further details on tlid gold medal
won,' by tho United States 'Public
Health and Marino Hospital service
tfero, received here yesterday lu a let
lor to Dr. D, IJ. Currlo,' director of
the loiirody Investlgntlott station.
Tho medal jrnsNotedtovthe service
by tho American, Medlcal'-Assoclatlou
its n result of tho woik done by ser
vice Investigators 'ibf - lt'prosy and
Tho local leprosy Investigation sin
tlon shares Jointly in tho honor of
winning this with tho San Francisco
plague station. Dr. Currlo wus form
erly In charge of the San Francisco
station mid then came here, to be
succeeded on tho coast by Passed As
sistant Surgeon deorge W. McCoy.
Tho local leprosy Investigation sta
tion sent un exhibit to tho convention
of tho medical association uml tho
San FranclHco pluguo laboiatury did
tho snmo. Tho result Is shown lu the
"Passed Assistant Surgeon Donald 11
Cnrrlc. Director In chargo I.opros
Investigation Station, Honolulu, Ha
waii: ''Sir 1 hog to Inform you .that tho
photographs of lepers and of'tlio lop
rosy station and cultures of leprosy
bacilli sent by you arrived safely and
were iustnllod In tho American Medi
cal Association scientific oxhiblt.
"The exhibit was Inrgoly attended.
"A gold medal waB awmdeil tho
Service for rosoarch work Into pluguo
nnd leprosy. Hespectfiilly.
"S. D. nilOOKS, Surgeon,"
Despatches to 11. (1. Dun & Co. In
dicate seasonable dullness lu many
Hues ot trade, but future prospects
uie considered promUlug.
In a pond of water which did not
reach to his head, Joseph Kngllsh,
foieiuuu ot tho road bed depaitiuent
of the Seuvlew railroad, committed
aulcldo at North Kingston, 11. 1,
ROSA & CO.
' Rye "
Bottled In Bond
JULES PERCHARD3 4 FILS'
CALIFORNIA 8PARKLINQ WINES
We Deliver to Any Part of the City
ROSA & CO.,
Alakea and Queen Street!
ft)! lAIX AT AIL
Cream Pure Rye
LOVZ70I AND 0 0.
You'll And they're all good fel
"It's the Fashion;'
Hotel nr. Fort D. H. Daviei, Prop,
I acific J
KINO AND NHUANU STREETS
..For the BEST RENT CARS In the
elty, rlno up
OLDSMOBILE, No. 401
RENAULT, No. 404
LANOAULET, No. 680
C. H. BEHN
Pioneer and Leaden in
tho Automobile Buiineii
Agents for such well-known cara
as Packard. Popo-Hartford, fltevens-
Duryea, Cadillac, Thomas Flyar,
Bulck, Overland, Baker Electric, and
Supplies & Repairing
BOHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
ALOAROBA BEAN MILL
ONE SECOND-HAND STANDARD
GASOLINE ENGINE. 16 H. P.
14B4 EMMA 8TREET Telephone 2435
ELECTRIC CABINET BATHS WITH
A natural method of recovery from
bodily disorders ladies and gentlemen,
BARON SCHOOL OF PHY8ICAL
Phono 2467 or call at 176 8. King 8L
E, O. HALL & SON, LTD.
Cor. King and Fort Bti, HONOLULU
Hardware, Palntt and Oils. Shin-
chandlery, Stoves, Crockery, Glassware
and Kitchen Utemllei Sporting Goods,
Guns, Revolvers end Ammunition.
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WINES AND LIQUORS
' Agents For '
Wc deliver to any part of the
Phone 2026. P. 0. Box 488
Geary Street, aboee Union Squat
JuM oppoiiie Hotel Si. FrtncU
European Plan SI .60 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, "TraweU" A. B. C.
Code. Reservations made through
Trent Trust Co., Port Street,
Hotel St: Francis
Union Square, San Franciioo
Under the Management of
UCING the beantlfal park
the heart of the city,
which Is the theatre of
the ptiaclpal eveata of
the famous fcitlral of gas
Francisco, this hotel) In eu
Tlroamcnt ana ataesyhere, ex
presses most pleasantly the
comfortable tatrit of'oli Cal
Kerala. .The royalty aai obtlUy at
the Old Worf and" the Far
Eaat and the mea Tiklfli
aehleTtmeat la America who
anemble here contribute to the
cosmopolitan atmosphere of aa
Inslltation which reprcienta
the hospitality and Indlvldaal .
tty of San Francisco te the
trnTcler, -. '
The building, which marks
the farthest adrauce of sdeace
In service, baa nuir the lartrctt
capacity of any hotel etraetnre
In the ll'rat, and npon couple
tlon of the Post street annex
will be the largest eararanierj
In the world.
WHILE THE BKKTICK IS UN.
USUAL, THE PK1CE8 ABB
European Flan from $2.00 Up
NEST HATHtNCJ ON
no cortAi-aooD wiiitk SAND
110AUD KATES LOW ,
Rooms and Board
FINE LOT OF LIVE CHICKEN8
FORT STREET PHONE 1109
lie BICYCLE DEALEB ui U
PAIRER, hu moved to
180 KING S TBI IT
New location Bed front, mu
Toung Building. Telephone 8518.
II 11 1 1 o 1 1 u Editorial Hoom Phone
2185. liiilletlu Ilaslnesa OMce