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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, i. H, MONDAY, JULY 31, 1911.
8ATUHDAY: .'lid llcgico.
AM rUltlng members of tko
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local lodgee
Meet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. F. Hall
7:30 P. M,
.iirmic ruriiitene jacuiuni ui
Rifininc r-noinccaa othei All0
-uncnuiAL .- lAitUK. ciatiom cor-
HAWAIIAN TRIBS, No. 1, 1. 0. B. X
Meets every (lrst and third Thurs
days of ih uiouth at Knlghta of
Pythias Hall. VlxttltiK brother cor
Uatly invited to attend.
W J. HOHINKON. .H.ichcrn.
i: V TODD, C of It.
K0N0LUIU AERIE, 140, I. 0. E.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WED
NE3DAT evening! of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
tierctanla and Tort streets.
Vlaltlng Kaglee are Invited to at
und. a no, a. davis w. P.
WM. C. MCCOY, See
HONOLULU LODGE, 616, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Inlge No. 1,B. P. O.
JT.Iki, meets !u their ball, on King
Street, near Fort, every Friday tve
olnc. Visiting Urotheri are cordially
invited to attend.
n. p. it. i8i:Nni:rto, a it.
di:o. t. KLUi:anu s.
WM. McKlNlEI I0DOE, HO. 8,
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening- at 7:30 o'clock In IC. of P.
Hall, cor. Fort and Deretanla, Visit-
' . Ing .brothers cordially Invited to at-
! ' F. F. KIl.nET, C. C.
'. E. A. JACOIISON, K. H. 8.
,fi OAHU LODGC NO. 1, K. of P.
1 Meets eery llrut nnd third Friday nt
7 "Id o'clock, I'ytlilim Hall, corner Here
tnnla nml 1'ort street. Visiting bruth
ers cordially Invited to attend.
s ui:cKi:tt, c. r.
O. HKINi:, IC of It. A S
Fart Street Near Beretanla
if- Importer Fort St
MILTON & PARSONS
have received ex Lurline STREET
and DRESS HATS alto the latest In
J( ' 'OSTRICH BANDS and TRIMMING.
. Hotel St, opp. Young Phone 3088
Mrs. S. F. Zeave,
Temporarily doted while away on
buying trip. Open again in September.
68 Young Building
ADVANCE SHOWING OF
MISS POWER'S PARLORS
V EVENING GLOVES
If' I t
1027 Nuuanu Street
HOLIDAY 8ALE ,
BEGINNING JUNE 3
All the Hats at Reasonable Prices
i ... :
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Suo money ut .Ionian's Sale.
Iluu your plumbing done by .tolin
Nott, thu Pioneer Plumber, IS2 Mer
cluuit St. Telephone I'.KII
Men's linen nml duck suits care
fully luuiidrlcd ut the French latin
thy, 7T7 King St. Telephone- 14l
'I lie Owl Clgiir Is luknnwlt'dgetl by
the discriminate smoke to bu the best
Iho ft lit cigar on the miirket Try
The King's Daughters will meet to
night ut the home of Mrs V I,. Hop
per. Important business Is to be
A grnnd Htiiitlay school plenlc, un
der the leadership of Mr nnd Mrs.
Ldgutc was held ut .Murine DrHe
Sciishuie on Kuual last week
llaleiwa Is n delightful nml enn
euleiit platti ut which to spend thu
remaining weeks of your vacation
0. It. U 1, trains go to the door
The young son of .lames K Kula
of Knlou, Kauai, tiled on July IS He
hail been sick for a number of
inoiithu with tuberculosis lie was but
twelve years of age and a valued
member of the Junior' Christian L'n
Bargains toiuoriow at Jordan's.
Invitations lune been received by
local people for the opening of the
new volcano hotel by the Crater Hotel
Company next Saturday evening The
hotel Is ut SOli miles, Olaa.
J M. Culimra, John Marcnlllno and
V M. Harrison, appraisers In connec
tion with the estate of the late All
tone I'erreira de Nohrega, tiled their
report this morning, They value the
estuto ut $850.
The second amended complaint In
the case of the I-inal Company, Lim
ited, against Harry S. I-andls was
Hied this morning. They claim JGS00
fioin plitlutlff In connection with u
Milpiucnl of brood mares
Fly Kciewis on the doors will not
make the meats at tho Metropolitan
Meut Market better; there never was
uny fault found with them and to
try and improve Is like using Hlior-wln-Wllllums
paints on the Illy.
Jordan's sale begins tomorrow.
An order for the payment in full of
all the dower Interest of Scbastlanna
SImoes, widow of the late Manuel
Consul cs SImoes, vyus made by Judge
W. J. Itnblnson on Saturday. Her In
terest In the estate amounts to JHI0.
Phillip lipez, a colored I'm til
guese, who has been suffering from
tuberculosis for some time, died at
his home In Kullhl this morning. Ills,
death wus reported to Deputy Sheriff
Itose, who. Immediately notified the
Hoard of .'Health. Lopez ,vnsWell
known to the Kullhlterf., '"
The resolution passed in tho Hoard
of Supervisors' meeting seems not to
have had the effect of keeping slde
wulks freo from weeds. The best
and only remedy Is u concrete walk
and ou can buy the materials from
the Honolulu Construction and Drny
Ing Co., i.ttl In Itobinsou block,
Observation of the downtown retail
district this morning must convince
the most doubtful that advertising
pays. Sales udvertised In the I) u I
letln columns of Friday and Sat
urday brought a great many to town
for an early look ut the bargains of
fered. All the stores were busy and
tho buying vns brisk.
Sale- of Millinery and Silk Item
mints at Jordan's.
Deputy County Auditor James V.
Lloyd has prepared tho iuerterly
statement of the tlnances of the city
and county of Honolulu that appears
In this Issue of the II tl 1 1 e 1 1 u. Al
though Mr. Lloyd wus not unlabeled
on the list of city employes whose
salaries were raised lie lias been suc
cessfully currying on tho work of the
auditor's olllce during the woll-earn-ed
vacation of his chief, und making
MIL AND MU8, II. C. 1HIOYVN havo
taken up their teaching position ut
MRS. h. M. SCOTT Is booked for
the coast on the Lurline.
MUS. II. K. UONI) Is spending tho
week with the. Guys on Maul.
MUS. C. M. SIIIPMAN will return
to llllo on the Mauna Kea tomor
row. MISS Yi:CTA, a trained nurse, has
been Installed at the hospital at
MISS M. L. MILI.AHD, u young
lady from Boston, Is touilng through
the Garden Island.
MANACJKIl HOMO of the I.lliue
store hns returned to his labms af
ter a purchasing visit to this city.
HKV. FItANK A. SAYLOR of Iolunl
school faculty and Mrs. Savior ure
booked for thu Claudfno trip next
I'UOF. AND MUS. J. S. DONAOIIHO
will leave on the Mauna Kea tomor
row morning for u trip to llllo' and
AUDITOR HANKWSRO of the
Huckfeld plantations has been check
ing up the hooks of tho plantations
on Kauai that ure under the linn's
JOHNSON DURUP. the Danish
artist whoso work here called for
much favorable comment, Is.ut pres
ent on Kauai. He spent the first
week us guest of Senator Knudscn.
MISS DORCA8 MATURES, who
Iiub been operated on for appendicitis
ut the Queen's Hospital by Dr. (lenrge
II. Horbert Inst Friday. Is reported
to be doing well. Miss Mathews Is u
member of the Norton Company.
WILL ANDKUSON, guuidson of
"King" Orelg of Funning Island and
u former Iolunl college boy, wus In
the buttle of Tin Juaiia, on the rebel
Bide, uccordlng to u postal card re
ceived from hint by Illshop I tes
CHIKF OF DKTECTIVKS Mc
DUFFIK, who was luld up' ut the
Queen's Hospital for about tjuee
wet lis, returned to his room ut the
Itoyal Hawaiian Hotel yesterday. As
soon as hn Is strong enough to in
port fur duly ho will resume work
on u fiiw linpoitunt cases which are
placed on secret lllo.
Remarkable Record of Cure made
Mrs. J. F. Ollvelra, .17 Houth Hi..
uch tumble; cured.
Mrs. Jat. Rote (diuiglittr of nhovu lndy)
Ktoinai'li disorder; cured.
Willie Moyers, Hawaiian Fertiliser Co.
lllieiiinatlHin; ued irulches; now
Copt. Louit Berntlt, Punchbowl nnd
llir'jtanln Hhtiuinalltinj eund.
Chas. R. Fern, OIiiimi and Puiichhowl
Hts. l'uinlszed lift side; cured.
D. W. Pahu, r:U) l.llllin St. Inline
.John Thompson, Nuuanu Ave., nenr
' Kunklnl HI llackatlie nnd kidneys;
Mrs. John Silva, Punchbowl -System
all out of order; cured
George Kaal, Hackle Lane Sick three
years; rheumatism; eared.
L. K. Poke, Mukimeo Ht I.ung trou
ble, rhfiiiimtlsni; cured.
J, M. Peenenahele, Kuuliiluela Lnne
Left It'll paralyzed; ctirtd.
Atk your Plantation Stores or nearest Dealer to get Bro. Benjamin Remedial for you.
Notice. Bro. Benjamin Compound Herbalo contains no alcohol. Therefore thetaite of tome bottles may vary tlightly.
Bro. Benjamin Compound-Herbalo
STOMACH, LIVER, KIDNEY AND BLADDER REMEDY.BLOOD PURIFIER ? .
Curet Indigestion, Dytpeptla, Sour Stomach, Lack of Appetite, Heart Futtertng, Gat and Wind on Stomach, Bloated
Feeling, Pains in Stomach after Eating, Sick Headache, Dizzinett, Coated Tongue, Billoutnett, La Grippe, Dengue
Fever, Chills and Fever, Malaria, Breakbone Fever, Tired Feeling, Jaundice, Backache, Diabetet, Gravel, Intlplent
Bright't Disease, Bladder Trouble, Enuresis, Rheumatism, Impure Blood, Catarrh, Scrofula, Melancholia, Nervous
Disorders, Sleeplettnett, Removes Wormt, Curet Conttipation, Anaemic Condition. A Great Tonlo for Woman. ,
. $1 per bottle 3 for 2.50 6 for $5
BRO. BENJAMIN and hit attlttantt are ttil Ihere, and can be teen from 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. daily, except 8unday, for
free explanation at to the ute of then marvelout remediet, and how to effect the cures whioh have amazed and
HONOUULU DRUG CO., LTD.,
rertonal attention to all orders.
CITY TRAN8FER CO. (Jat. H. Love)
GENERAL HUBBARD ENTERS AND
PROCEEDS TO PEARL HARBOR
STEAM SCHOONER' IS A SISTER SHIP t6 THE NEW N"A
VAJ0 WHICH HAS FOLLOWED THE LUMBER TRADE
ON THE COAST FOR SOME MONTHS. VIRGINIAN LAND
ED A HUNDRED OR MORE FINE ANIMALS. TOMOR
ROW GET-AWAY DAY WITH INTER-JSLAND STEAM
A upw steamer, less than oiin year
in commission, tho steam schoonei
(leiiernl Hubbard, n sister ship to the
Nuvajo was an arrival off the port
this morning. Tho vessel steamed
down fioin F.vcrctt, Washington, In a
little less than ten days. Loaded with
u huge consignment of lumber, piling
and material for tho Pearl Harboi
tliydock, tho Huhhard was boarded off
thu harbor by quarantine, customs
ami Immigration men and then mi
ller Ihu guidance of Captain Hyde.
master ol tho Matson Navigation tiu
Intiepld, took up thu last leg of tho
Journey to Pearl Harbor naval sta
Tho Qencral Hubbaid like the
steam Bchooncr Nuvajo Is u coast
product nml tho voyage .to Hawaii-
tin Islands Is thu eighth matin since
her launching some mouths ugo.
The Hubbard Is a tysj of vessel
very common along tho coast and on
"the Hast lakes. She Is atlmlrahlv
ailaplcd for carrying, lumber, From
it distance she appealed much like
the Malsou steamer Lurline, as her
funnel Is located away aft. Tho
(.learner's tonuago Is listed at 210')
Captain J, CI. Ludlow, master of the.
steam schooner Is no stranger to the
Islands having visited this port on a
previous occasion. He met with bov-
crul local shipping men this morn
ing In whom ho discovered old
Ho rt'iKirts n fulr trip down from
Iho Washington port.
Tim Gencial Hubbard will lemaln
nt Pearl Harbor fop several days In
tinier to discharge Iho largo shipment
of heavy timber.
Virginian a Sunday Arrival.
. Local business men wero Interested
In tho arrival or tho Amcrlcan-Hu-wnllan
freighter Virginian at an early
hour on Sunday morning, In that the
vessel (nought largo consignments of
mainland cargo leaving New York on
June 'Jnd and 7th by tho Atlantic
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
Stum- Mrs. D. Notlev. 32 Tiucklp
Mrt. Late Kealawalole, Wnlklkl Lung
trouble! given up to die by the doc
tor j etned.
Mrs. Sam Wallace, 2410 Llllhn St.
Dropsical condition; oiled.
Abraham Paantanl, KnholoWm ltil.
Doctors said cancer of .stomach!
John Trak,, L. ,11: Kerr 'A Co! lives
Desh'al.nne- Stomach, cougli, back-
Mrs. Becky Kawalaea, 414 School St!
Doctors wanted to opt rate; now
B. Crettaty, Cressuty Station, Wnlklkl
Stomach; sick for years.
Mr. and Mr. Tom Al, School St.
Whole finally sick; now well.
Made Manutoto, Kuinehamehn Hoad
Pnmlyaetl four jears; cured. -
8."5 K. Matel, hack driver Sprained
sfenmcrs cifgaged IifNhV A.-H,
On deck and arriving In splendid
condition weie one hundred and flf
teen head of horses nnd mules con-'
signed through the Club Stables. Mr.
Charles Hcllinu accompanied the
shipment In Honolulu us a passenger
In thu Virginian.
Tho American-Hawaiian steamer
has an unusually largo shipment of
Height and for Kilo there Is a quan
tity of steel and structural Iron woik
for thu Bovornl raljway lltlj's ww
under construction on tho Dig Island.
It Is expected that tho vessel will bo
permitted to get away for Kaana
pall, Kaliuhil and llllo on Wednes
day evening, TJio steamer will gath
er up lliu regulation twelve tllous
und tons sugtirl for transhipment nt
Lurline Preparing for Sea.
The last of 'tho cargo of sugar,
canned pineapples and other lines of
Hawaiian products is going' into tho
Matson Navigation steamer Lurlliiu
which will ho dispatched for Sun
Francisco at six' o'clock tomorrow
evening. Tho I.urllno will depart
wllli u fair list of cabin passengers.
As tho Sierra is following tho Lur
line to Snu Francisco tho next morn
ing, tho Oceanlo steamer will be giv
en Hie mall Intended for thu main
Many Inter.l.iland 8teamers Soon
At all Inter-Island wharves this
morning steamers wtlo being loaded
Willi laige assortments of miscella
neous cargoes and shipments of plan
tation supplies" "preparatory to sailing
for Island ports of call. Tho Noeau
Is being mndo ready to get nway for
Kuual ports at five o'clock this even
ing. The steamer Maul Is also listed
to ill-part ut five o'clock tonight for
Kiikalnu, Ookala and Papalkou,
by BRO.' Bfeft JAtfllN 'with this Wonderful Medicine
John Franco, Central Flro Station
l,lr und stomach; cured.
Ah Sam Wnlklkl (fisherman) Asth
S. K. Miller, Deshn Iine Oencrnl de
bility; sick for jears; cured.
Phllamena Kaaloa, King St., Knllhl
Sick liemhiclie, liiickache; cured.
.Walnle Waikala), lteretunlu ami
''Punchbowl Catarrh nnd stomach;
sick, (el) years; cuied; , , ,u
Along Aklona, PulolA 'Vnlley Stomach
nnd kidney, catarrh; cured.
Mrt. Cecilia Mitchell, .Quarry Lane,
Puiichhowl Sick elglil yAirs; feiAula
wrnknrss; cured. '
David Miranda, Laic Itoad Sick one
year: now well.
Lau Knkahlko, Knataen, Ktiolaupoko,
Dahii Age 13J hopeless enso; cured.
Jot. 8mlth, neur St. Louis College
Itlieumatlstn, pains In Joints) greut
Mrt. W. H. Hookuanul, Kawnlhne, Ha
waii Dropsical condition; now well.
1024 FORT STREET
Tomorrow Is also u big tiny In In-'
tcr-lsland circles. Thu .Mlkahalu for
Maul, Molokul and Umut ports Is to
call nt live o'clock followed by the
Kinnu for Kauai jsirts. I
At ten o'clock tomorrow morning
the Mauna Ken, flagship of the fleet
will depart for llllo nnd way ports,
among her passengers being a num
ber of recently arrived tourists, bent
tin seeing the volcano. At noon thu
Iwnlanl will bo dispatched fur Kn
wuihao and Mahiikuiia to load sugar
ami catllu for Honolulu. Tho lie
lene Is also on thu berth to get away
ut noon for Paaiihnu, Kohohilclc, Pa
niillo and I'apaaloa.
Hllonl?n Hat Reached the Coast.
With a full consignment of sugar,
tho Matson Nnvlgatlon freighter HI'
Ionian Is refuted to havo arrived at
San Francisco yesterday. ,Iii this
connection It might bo lidded Unit the
lllloiiian holds, u lectin! for distance
during radio-telegraphic comulilfllfca
Hon tests,, tho, apparatus on tho llllo.
nfan j'liavlnc.Xrnnsinittodn message
740 miles. The llllonlan took !m tho
last of the cargo of sugar at Kalin
in!. The steamer proceeds to Seattle
and thence back to tho Hawaiian sl
Sugar Accumulates at McBryde.
Puri-er Kent of the steamer Klnau
repOTU-the' following 'consignments of
sugar awaiting shipment at tho sev
eral ports of call along tho coast of
Knunl: K. S. M. 19.r.0. K. K. It. 3C50,
K- ' 1L73G, I P. 18,030, G, F. 11 .
431, Mak. 3!).nOS, O. & H. COO, Mcll,
CS.G83, M. S. Co. 4000, KS. Co., SOO.
Sunday, July 30.
Knual ports Mlkah.tla, stmr., n. m
Maul, Molokul and Lanal ports
Mlknhnla, stmr., n. m.
(Continued from Page 1)
tho Mediterranean fruit fly.
California bus tho sli Iciest hortl
cultural laws of any stalo in thu
union, sajH the oxpoit, and under
these laws any group of farmers or
glowers can get together and vote for
u "quarantine district" when pests
become dangerous. The pest Is thcie-
upon coiilined lo this tllsttlct by a
strict system of Inspection and des
truction to Infected trees, nnd by
preventing fruits, trees or plants from
being taken Into "clean dlslilcts. Tho
whole stale Is under the watchful eyu
of district Inspectors, and Sturrctt is
lioriicuitiiral insix'ctor for his own
"Bvory Becd, every tree or plant
mat comes into my tllsttlct conies
billed to me," said Starrett this
morning, "and I examine, It. Thu
suotls are fumigated and es,tB killed.
The only way to keep gardens ami
orcliarilH clean Is by constant Iiibk-c-Hon,
curm-ccd fumigation and des
truction If necessary. In California,
If mi orrhui'il-ownur won't spray his
tieeu, Ilio Inspector can order tho
spraying done nt tho man's oxpeuse
I. know of liiBtunccH where a wst
was driven noin ono section by tho
destruction of ovory treo of tho kind
He Is Inclined tu bclluvo the Imme
diate danger fioin fruit lly exaggerat
ed, ,11111 not Us ixinslhlo effects. And
ho bolloves Unit Hawaiian laws should
ho so drawn thai tho man with clean
1 fruit Is limply protected against his
neighbor with diseased fruit,,
"It's no uso spraying your' orchard
If tho man next to you doesn't spiay
his," he remuikcd this morning.
Mn. Emilia Silva, Kmicohc
Pain back, etc.! gleii un to
J. M. Peenenohete, Knululocla
Ijiiio Left leg paralyzed;
fhe wordt "BRO. BENJAfvlTrJ" and'this picture must" be on
TRADE MARK OF THE BRO.
REGISTERED IN U. 8.
Tho sixty or more efficient officer.!
tonnt-cted with tho local custoun
staff havo not exactly abandoned nil
hopo of iccelvlng recogtiltlnii to their
claim for n merited Increase In month
ly salary. ,
Collector Sluckahln has been ad
vised from Iho coast that Secretary
MacVeagh would within a very short
tlinti order a reorganization of tho
forco of customs , men stationed at
Hun Francisco. This move Ib said,
to havo been authorized In rccogul-.
II ... I e ..I..1..1 ... ..,, '
1.11,11 in u piuii luriilioiiieti uy uoucc-
tor Ktiatton nt the coast port.
A number of tho local Insiwctorii
appear to sco In. the mooted grading
of Inspectors and watchmen- on the
'coast, a fuliltrny, ofijibpu that.. thu
Jlawallati Ishinds will comu lit for Its
Just shuts In tho reorganization, In
that tho movo will result In placing
the most efficient officials Into a class
to rt'celvo a higher into per diem.
On the mainland the average pay
ut present Is four dollars per dlom.
It Is now hoped that this amount will
bo raised to flvo dollars a tiny. Should
San Francisco 111011110 granted a ol
eoma Incicaso, tho .ucal officers bu
llevo that there Is overy toasoti that
the same courtesy should lie, extend
ed to Hawaii. It Is contended that
the cost of living hero Is much In ex
cess of what It Is nlong tho coast. It
is fuithcr pointed tynt that through
special dispensation of tho treasury
department a marked Increase In Iho.
pay of all customs men station In
Alaska was years ago granted, owing
to representation 111111I0 at that tlmu
that tho living expenses In Iho far
nnithern stations was much gi eater
than at tho Atlantic or I'aclllc coast 1
Ono great difficulty encountered, by
tho, local customs men In gaining
their iKilut nt Washington Is believed
the lack of proper representation nt
tho Capital ami qualified to present
their caso. It Is safe lo nssunie (hat
If Jho San Francisco foico Is fili
ally given an Incrcuso In pay It will
ho mainly thriiueli tho now erf ill ef
forts inuilo In Its behalf b Iho two
California hcuntorii. Poor Hawaii has
lull one long deleguto, and a delegate
cannot be expected to make such
uulso 011 tho floor of legislative halls
as tho bombardment of a double bar
reled kenatorlal gun. At Sun Fran
cisco It Is expected that thu Secre
tary of the Tieasuiy will lie icajy
to act In a shoit time mid that thu
force will bo Increased by ten men
in accordance with thu recommenda
tion made, by mo sumo time ago
lion Hindu some time ugo. Also that
tho raise in wages, or tho grading
of the Inspectors will bo onlored,
Tlicro Is no 1I011I1L thai tho suggested
lerorms will be grually to tho bene,
lit of tho service.
KERR'S BIG SALE
OPENS WITH A RUSH
L. n. Kerr & Co.'s sale Is attract
ing git-at attention, 'ph,, storu has
been full all day, and Ihu huliig hits
been very heavy. The sale began at
eight o'clock this morning, and long
before that hour a ciowtl had gather
ed In front of tho store to take ad
vantage of the reduced prices.
Thu now stock recently purchased
In tho States was prominent In thu
pumiasors minus us int-so goous
wcro uniong tho first asked for.
Mr. Kerr expects that tho piomjiit
clearance will be Iho largest In tho
history of lilt business.
lletween, Kt, Andrew's cathedral and
Helmed Ht., gold chain Innrclct with
I11-111 1 nml key Hewurd If ictiinied
tu Uulletlu olllce. t'JaiMf
John Jahilahila, Llllhn nnd Oro
all Sts. Stomach and weak
ness; could not walk; cured.
And Hundreds Others
BENJAMIN REMEDY CO.
(Continued from Page 1)
lido. It l.i .predicted that the cowboy
supirvlsor w'lll tome Into line on tint
side of Wilson when It comes to thu
tl lilt I vole.
But Two Dittricts Affected.
With tho exception of position held
by J K. Pnele us mail uvt-rseer of Ko
ohiupoko' nml Wlhlir or Honolulu dis
trict, tlurit nru no further changes nt
linVceiit mooted by thu city mid county
fathers. Trunk Pnhla Is the unanimous
choice of tin hoard for the position
now held by Pnele.
The .hitt- us It nppenred nfter the
rather lengthy and stormy cuueus read
Wilson, Honolulu; Pnhln, Konlait
poko: Ti-iivh. Ilwii: Mtii'ers.'Walanite:
Adams, Kahukii; Kukea, Wnlalua, and
Wilder Acceptt New OfficeV
City mid County Lnglneer flt-re bus
tendered Hie position of assistant en
gine! r to former ro.-ul supervisor Wil
der, und that oUU-liil has forwarded a
letttr of ueeeplance. .
Wilder will take over his new duties
beginning with tomorrow morning. II4
will go Into tho ollleu of thu city nnd
county engineer Immediately after turn
ing over his tillh-e to his successor, who
will In nil probability bo Wilson.
No Immediate ilmiiges are predicted
for the Honolulu road department,
thoiiKh 111 order to observe a high
Httindnril of efficiency It Is believed that
considerable- shifting about of luiias
mid employes may follow the Introduc
tion of n now bend to that tli-iiailinent,
BOARD OF PHARMACY
(lovernor rienr this morning reap
point! tl to tho bo.iid of phnrinary tho
same men who held the positions be-
They ore Samuel 8. Peck, Ferdinand
V, llctlenmn mid Alexis J (llguoiix.
W W I II n 1 1 I n SI ntr tear.
100 PER CENT BETTER CIQAR
VALUE FOR YOU.
Wero wo lo make our cigars
n Culm, uu'd ha u to double tho
pi twin prices to meet tho duly.
Ho u huii part of our estub
llshintnt In Culm and part In
'i'iiinni, wheui t'ului'H clliuutu
Our exiierts, 011 the ground, gel
thu pick of Iho iholLest Havana
These wo mellow Into laiualo- ,
inatlu Ihuor 1111 n.ithe soil ln,our'
TIii-ii, In Tumpti, the llnal touch
of Havuna iierfectlon Is given In,
the deft handiwork of skilled
Cuban clgar-innki-rs. ,,
Thus wo loso liothlug of the
Impoited's perfections, while we
f.nu thu linpuil duty,
And this hi lug koch Into tho
tlgar goes to thu 8MOKER In
ite.ul of Ihu governnient a prill
.'Iplu to which Is due the superb
'Uiallty, thu umlvalul values of
In 27 Different 8hapet One for
Every Taste 3for-25o
to 25c Each
AT YOUR DEALERS
M. A. Quntt & Co. "The House