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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THURSDAY, JULY 20, 1911.
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PERPETRATED BY WALT MCPOUGALL
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TALKING-SHOP Ton v'a
Pure Silk Hose
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serve lolcachyou how cdy
ft to 1o pick up d belter one .
Tonsorldl Emporium on
Hutchinson Magnate Predicts
Greatest Prosperity (or
Hawaii Next Year.
Ed Polllt, tho San Francisco
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Job lot; of Jokes , cheap.
NOW THIS llNT
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(GOING TO HURT
Captain Ridley, master of the British
' steamer M. B. Dollar, Is having n little
one-round legal bout with officials In
the scrvlco of Uncle Bam. hnd before
he departH from this port for San Pe
dro, and other ports along the west
coast of the United Stntes, nldiey mny
huvo?Just cause to believe that an at
tempt has been mado to do a liuck-and-vvlng
dance on tlio tall 'of a now
quiescent British Hon.
The M. S. Dollar came Into Honolulu
und'u United States port after July 1
without having compiled with a regu
lation calling for the proper Installa
tion of wireless telegraphy,
Captain nldiey claimed that he had
been cruising over on the other side of
the pond while the law was being trot
ted out, groomed and put Into the run
ning. He further declared that hlsvcs
Bel' hub of British registry, and that
,he did not believe he wus amenable to
the new law requiring vessels of cer
tain size and carrying u specified num
ber of persons, to be fitted with vvlro
' The M. S. Dollar came In from China
on lust Sunday with three passengers
and' over a thousand tons of Oriental
cargo. The vessel has been ready to
sail for the last twenty-four hours.
Captain Illdley has not applied for
clearance papers, so says Collector
Rtackabte, It being understood that,
should he do so, the doughty skipper
will be confronted with the provisions
of the new law and tlio penalty levied
fori ."" Infraction.
Two of the passengers brought to
this port by tho British steamer proved
to rtho satisfaction of tlio Federal of
ficials here that they worn entitled to
call the land of the free mill the homo,
of tho brave their place of residence,
and these left tho Dollar boat for tho
Mutt.on Navigation liner Wilhelmlna,
Tho threatened delay In the depar
ture of the British steamer was too
much for the ambitious Americans,
who wanted to bo ever on the ninvo,
There yet remains one 'lono Britisher,
will will May will) tho Dollar through
thick and thin.
Skipper Itldloy hopes to recelvo n
cnlde from Washington today, which,
will liavo, to do with tho. dispatch of
SUES mLO RAILROAD
Action Is being brought against the
Illlo Railroad Company for 125,400
damages by t,nuls Meyers, uu engineer
who yas Injured In a collision. Ills left
leg Is permanently crippled and tho
sight In his right eyo Is' injured, It Is
claimed. Ho Is imablo to follow out
his usual occupation, and ns u conse
quence Is claiming dumagos. The uo
flilentj ho alleges, wns tlio fault of tho
Illlo Railroad Company.
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B1RK ANlTTHEpSs TWHERDTHAT BIG BRUtIINkIg&TS HIS AND ELENTYlETTd
lvt SATURDAY AFTERNOON. Lhf4 lZl
e above touchlna ort-oem is tmb-
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lishcel in order lo reach I he hard
hearts of mother , stepmothers and
oihcrt wno itave lorgollcn whdl
Youth, is like.
TO BE HONORED
Ends Twenty-Five Years at
Head of Fire Underwriters,
Who Banquet' Him.
Twenty-live jcars ago F. A. Sclmefer
was chosen the llrst president of tho
local Board of Flro Underwriters. To
night the board will banquet Mr.
Uchucfcr in honor of his servlcos us
chairman of the board for tucnty-llvo
The llrst and only chairman of this
body of buslnefs men, Mr. Hchacfer
has made u splendid record. "Ills ad
ministration throughout has been re
marlcable,'" said n member of the bourd
todaj. "He Is one of tho most fair
minded and capable men thn board
members have hud an) thing to do
Tho banquet tonight will lip held at
the Paclllc Club and tome Interesting
developments are promised.
The llrst meeting of the local un
derwriters was held on June 10, 1886,
to talk ocr tho proposition of forming
a board. This was followed by a meet
ing n few dajs Liter, when the bourd
was formally orgunlzed, the following
Individuals and llrms being prcse'nt: F.
A. Bchacfer, A. J. Jaeger, Hackfeld &
Co, Castle Cooke, Hoffschlaeger &
Co, T. II. Du!es & Co, J. T. Wnter
liouse, Irwin & Co, aeorgo w. Mac
farluno Ac Co., and C. O, Bergcr. From
this small beginning tho board has
giovvn to Its present membership, with
tvvj nty-Mx on thn board and somo
sixty companies represented.
GARDEN ISLAND HAS
A BIG CLEAN-UPTOO
Kauai is not behind In sunltary mat
ters. Its, people hud'tholr clean-up day
recently When the Honoluluns wero
busy cleaning up tho town ami rcsl-l
deuces, thcKmuilans, particularly those
who llxed at Llhue, expcrlcnctd u
Frank pool.-, thn agent of tha Board
of Health on Kauai, who was recently
appointed to that position, bus been
Retting after tliu owners of houses
uhkh were not Kept clean. Ho visit
ed tho nsidinccs' of the people thero
and ordered them to clean up or else
stand tho consequences. Tho people
obeyed the orders, and tho result Is said
to ho effective.
Tlio Senate committee on census
passed tlio Loiiurusulotial re.iiiiHiitton-
1110111 hill without iimondinoiit.
PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.
I'AZO OINTMUNT is guaranteed
to euro' any caso of Itching, Blind,
Bleeding or Protruding Piles in 6 to
14 days or money refunded. Made by
PARIS MKDICINI5 CO.. Saint Louts,
U. S. of A.
''''r Hgf PORTRAIT
' THE 90CC. SURVIVOR 0
TMETtHmnCCMAROl AT FORT
PIFFLE .VA, IH 1863 Phritoby Unsay
SEES BIG CROWD
The fourth land dhfslon .drawing,
covering Puna, Illlo and Hamakiiu, on
'the Island of Hawaii, 'attracted 127 ap
plicant, it was drawn this morning
and the names of those who liavo ap
plied follow In the order they were
pulled out of tliu ballot-box. Thero
wero not quite enough lots to go
around. , and even If nppllcnnts take
the blocks that are allotted to them on
Ihclrnumbers, they will nut nil have
Annie K. Knaukal. Joaquin It. Car
valho, Manuel a. Cordelro, Manuel
Tcves, Joo Pedro, Iouls Kapcla, Mark
A. Bycroft, Ahla Pea, Frank Rodrlques,
M. K. Kealawan, N, Yoshlokn, Harry O.
Tledcmann, Jack Kalnpu. I,eon Mal
terre, John do Knuni fir., J D Monlz,
Florence II. Kdmonds Chas. Pohlna,
John Wnlhee, John livvrence. Win! F.
Forrest, Jno. M. Frl.is, Joto I. Pu
checo, Manuel (ioares, O, I'omee, James
Has, Kltnro Ishil, M. H. Pacheco, Henry
Uhiimuki'iil, Manuel du Cumbrn, II. Na
kamura, Keleko Pumauii, Alex Btcel,
Henry Nalaleluu, Hultlo Makua, Julia
Ignaclo, John do finiiu Jr., Jno. V. Cur-
duzo, A. Ign.iclo, Maid. Medelrus, Kca-
hlloa It. Biadley, V J. Frisk. Jose R.
Cadlulm, Marin do Cuuthra, U, Uralanl,
Antono M, Fclelclano, Mnnl. I'vrrolru,
Ham K11llhn.1l, W. Hhellng, M. Marlines
Jr., Juso C. Ijiwiio, John Arrud.i, J, R.
Plmciitul, W, Kawamoto, Antono J.
Chaves, Ruse Kuuhl, Mnnl. A. Dlus Jr.,
Frunk Ijivvreme, Marlon do Cambru,
Wm. II. Kulllniul, lnl"Kunia, Thos. 1C
Forrest Jr., Aunlo Kalua, S. K. Kaul
110111, Wm. F. Hull, K. Kadoguchl, Ana-
kulin Kaulnnnl, K, Takagl, Wullanl Ku-
naku. Jno. F. Chaves Jr.. Jno. Botclho.
Al F. Oonsalvcs, Ml O. DJAgular, Wm.
K. Kdnioncls, Manuel do Mcllo, T. Kuil-
tanl, 1 W. llalha, Pllllmv Kapule,
Maul, l.elte, John Kanacle, Louis de
N'ohrlga, Kekuhtiuu, K, Keuvvchuulii,
John C, Agular, N. du Hou11, Joseph
Vlerra, Jozo Correa, Isabella Uiwrence,
Krnest O. Multcrre, Marlanno Tnvures,
I. P. Klmo, Kolil Atapnl, John Pedro,
Tnkulchl .Vakainiira, Paaliau lllku, An
tono Jose, Wm M. Kaiilhttla, V, J, Car
valho, Tomolchl Tanakii, J. do Camhra,
CI. Howard, V. A. Curvulho, Josq U.
Pontes, K. Illln Wnl.ilco, II. II. Keleko
Ho, M, C, I.11U, Jno. Ornellas, Henry II.
Knhlnu, .Manuel Ignaclo, Hunia Bhlru
mlzu, Manuel Pacheco, Jno, I'ergcr-
strom, Anna Walkl, Wm. W, Hoora,
Marj J, Chaves, 'enkhl Tnnlmoto, A,n
tonn Mislelrus Jr., Blla Walalen, Jules
C, Carvallio, Manuel do Hllva, Dwlglit
Kclllokulaul, Mnnoel Medelrns, Heart
well March Nlhoe, Joseph Holl Poal,
David Kahili, D.inlelu Kniilnonl, Paul
Kugene II l.sman wus rejected,
THAT WOULD HELP SOME.
Hawaii wants to bu admitted us a
Stale. All that Is necessary Is to pr
suadti both political parties that they
can havo Its electoral vute. WheiMng,
W. Vn , New s.
clarcd on his return to tho Coast from
tho Islands, a fow weeks ago, that
tho year 11)12 will bo tho banner jc.ir
for prosperity In Hawaii. In mi In
terview on tho Coast lio said:
"Tho year 1912 will bo a banner
nno for tho Islands. They have had
n nno period of growing ncilhcr, and
prospects are excellent for tho planta
tions. Tho preliminaries necessary
for tho Kan ditch franchise, havo been
passed and tho matter In now before
Congress In the form of a bill Intro
duced by Senator Warren of Wyo
ming. Its passage Is merely a mailer
of form. Tho (lovornnient will be
pfit to no expense, and private moms
will finance tho project. It will bene
fit greatly tho district through which
It will run,
"Tho Hawaiian Agricultural Com
pany and the Hutchinson Plantation
will deilvo tho most. good, imperially
the latter. Tho Hutchinson Planta
tion Is classed nt present ns a 7000
ton producer. With the completion
of the ditch It will attain n produc
tion of 40,000 tons. A further honcfll
will como through tho extension of
tho railroad Into the new district, a
distance of about sixty-live miles.
Tho success of the Hawaiian Irriga
tion Company's ditch has paved tho
way for tho now ditch enterprise
The bonds necessary for the Hawaiian
Irrigation Company s plant, amount
ing to $800,000, wero all sold In Ho
nolulu. "Tho slock has just heen listed on
thd Honolulu exchange, and In 11 shott
time It will enter the list or dividend
payers. Tho success of this llrst en
terprise makes It comp.irntlvcl) c.is)
to obtain tho means to II nan to the
Kati ditch company's project "
Point1 expresses tho opinion that
tho labor question Is 0110 of tho nnst
ecrlous problems before the Islands.
LOGICAL ECZEMA REMEDY
MILD, SOOTHING WASH
Although many different kinds of
remedies have been tried for the euro
ofKczema and other skin diseases. It
has been proven uy years of tests and
thousands of cases that the only pos
sible euro Is In tho form of n liquid,
This Is n mild, soothing, healing wash
made of Oil of Wlntcrgrren, Thymol,
Glycorlnc, and.. ew oHiox, Inged;
tents,' compounded no carefully ,thnt
each one has Its proper effect.
This simple compound Is now made
up In the D. I). I). Prescription so
harmless Hint It will clear tho blotchy
face or wash 'itway tho pimples a:i
readily ns It wllf slop that awful itch
and euro the worst rase of Kczemn.
Try D. D. U. It Is wonderful whut
It will do for nny kind of skin trou
ble. No matter what It Is D. I). U.
will provo to )ou that you can bo
cured. Tho very first drops will give
you Instant relief.
Oct a bottle toi'ay, II no. Ileiibon,
Smith & Co., Kort and Hotel streets.
CAN THEY SPEND
The work of the various road com
missions who have charge of spending
the money voted by thn last legisla
ture may not lie quite so eusy as It
looks, There are certain polnU. which
mny crop up that will prevent them
spending the money at all
None of theso liavo been raised In an
ofllclal way et, but Attorney-General
Lindsay, speaking on the subject, said
that they might oni( to light, mid If
they did they would very likely ha
brought up to him for nn.opmion.
The llrst point tli.it is likely lo come
up Is whether or not the appropriation
can bo spent on buying right of way
through private land Thn net under
which tho money was appropriated
states that It Is only to bo used for
constructing new road,-.
Then in connection with tills there
Is also thofuct cf whether or not an
old road which bus lain unused for
years can bu reconslrikted with money
from this fund." Part of tho belt road
In Oahu tho gtcutir portion of It, In
fuel Is already laid out and all that
It needs Is lo have the metal put on.
The question tbut will In nil proba
bility lie rulsed Is whethir this comes
under tho head of ;iew roads.
One. of the most Interestlni; features
In connection with tlio whole mutter Is
Whether tho counlles can becomn con
tractors. Tho uttnrncy-geiierul return
ed front Kauai last wed; and Is full
of praise for tho ronds down there,
O'liniBN I.ako City, Florida, July
IS, lo Mr. ami Mrs .1 F. O'llrlen a
i.nu, Mtb. (TBi Ion was: formerly
Miss lllckncll or Honolulu.
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PHOENIX SILK HOSE are made of
PURE SILK and remain permanently silky,
never "bags" or shows "fuzz" after washing.
We guarantee six pairs to wear six months
without holes or we will replace with new
ones free of charge. Positive, ly the best
value in the market. In all colors, at
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ARMY OFFICERS WHO
v GRADUATED HONORARY
Several ofllccrs from this district
wero among the men of honor who
graduated from the Army College at
Kort tauvcnnnrlh on June 22.
Captain Wilson II. Blirtt, Twentieth
Infantry, Fort Shatter, headed the
names on tlio roll nt honor, among
which was Captain James K. Hall,
This car all oDIccrs deficient in
their Instruction will bo allowed lo
tako the work once again next yinr.
Those, however, that wero fortunnto
enough to escape this and have their
names on the special honor list of
graduates wero Cnpt. Charles W. F.x
ton, 20th Infantry; Capt. O. 8. Ksk
ldge,.llth Infantry; Copt. Robert Van
Iloin, 17th Infantry, Cnpt. K. II. Hoso,
Our new modeU
V J Nv
50c a pair
I 21th Infantry; Cnpt K. V.. Haskell,
1 22nd Infantry; C.iL J. I.. Ollbert,
21th Infantry; CapL C. W. Ktuiirt,
I 25th Infantry, and Lieut. Walker II.
Johnson, Mil Infantry,
I Honor graduates of tho cavalries
. are ('apt. Clarence It.Iay, Mb; C.ipt.
I A. G. Lott, 6th; dipt. II H. Hawkins,
lib; Capt. II. C. Whitehead, tilth;
Capt. Ceo. W. Moss, irth; and from
tho artilleries Capt. Wlnfred II. Carr,
6th; Capt, II. (I. Bishop, 3rd, and
Capt. II. C. Now hall. 4th Field Artil
lery. MIIS. P. K. nillTIMl llUltlLI).
KiitiHrnl services were held )03ter
day aflernoon for Mrs. F. H. Whiting,
mother of Mrs. Albert Afong, at the
Afong residence, nnd the body was
Inter Intoned C.inun Ault officiated,
The services weio private.
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