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EVENING 'BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, THUR8DAY, AUO. 10, 1911.
Gear? Street, above Union Squate
Jul! sppontf Hotel S(. Fnncie
European Plan SI .SO a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish
Inifs cost $200,000. High class
hotel at moderate rates. Omnibus
mtcts all trains anil steamers
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
Hawaiian Island headquarters.
Cable address, "TravNcts" A. B.C
Code. Reservations made through
Trent Trust Co , fort Street,
Hotel St. Francis
Union Square, San Franclico
Under the Management of
FACIM1 the hcnutlful ark
la the heart ol the city,
which h the theatre ol
the p4nrlpal erents ol
the famous fiatlrnls of Sni
Frnnrhro, this hotel, la c ri
slronnient and atmosphere, pi
presses most pleasantljr the
comfortable spirit of old Cul
Morula. The royalty and ohlllt oi
the Old World and Ike Far
Kail and the men of high
achievement la America who
assemble here contribute to the
cosmopolitan atmosphere ol aa
Institution which represents
the hospitality and Individual
It; of .San Francisco to Die
The hullillnp, which marks
the farthest advance of science
lu sen Ice, has now the largest
capacity ol any hotel structure
In the West, and upon comple
tion of the 1'osl street annei
will he the largest ruruvanser
In the world.
WHILE TIIK SKUTICE IH XTfi.
USUAL, THE VUICKS AKE
European Flan from $2 00 Up
Emma, Above Vlntyard
I'ntronlzrd by persons of
n tlnement. Rnnmt single
or en suite, with or w Un
MIS8 JOHN80N, Prop.
RESERVE YOUR ROOM AT
Good 8ports Good Bathing Good
Rooms and Board
W. C. Bergiti, Prop.
WINES AND LIQUORS
! 'J INGLENOOK WINES
We deliver to dny part of the
Phone 2026. P. 0. Box 488
CIOAR HOW It
at. A OTTN8T f!0 arenU
. inter-laland aud O. It. ft I Shipping
hooka for sals at tha liulletln
Be. COo each,
Co., Ltd. ;
Pioneers and Leaden in
the Automobile Business
Agents for such well-known rare
mi Packard. Pope-Hartford, Stevens
Ouryca, Cailllluc, Thomas Dyer,
tlulck, Overland, Ilaker Kloctrlc, am)
Supplies & Repairing
.For tha DT8T RENT CARS In the
city, rtna up
OLD8MOBILE, No. 401
RENAULT, No. 404
LANDAU LET, No. SM
C. H. BEHN
8CHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
Use a PREST-O-LITE TANK on
your Automobde and save Generator
Acetylene. Light and
Agency Co., Ltd.
the BICYCLE DEALER and EX-
PAISEE, has moved to
1 80 XING II1III
new location Bed front, near
fonna; Building. Telephone 2518.
COTTON CREPE 6HIRT8, KIMONOS
1218 FORT ST, ABOVE BERETANIA
DRY GOODS FOR ECONOMICAL
Yee Chan & Co.
Gents' Dry Goods
KAM CHONG CO.
Corner Fort and Beretanla 'Streets
FINE LINE OF DRY GOODS
WAN . YING CHONG
King Street, Ewa Fuhmarket
Wing Chong Co.
XTJta IT- HEAR VLTBXL
Dealer in Furniture, Mattreitei,
cto., etc AH kind of KOA and MM
8I0N FURNITURE made to order
FINEST FIX , .
And Cloth of Al Quality Cm ha
SANG CHAN -
MO CANDIESS BLDfJ.
F. 0. Box 801 Telephone .1781
IMPORTERS OF ORIENTAL GOODS
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
941 Nunann, near King Street'
Fine Line of
At the New Hardware Store
CITY HARDWARE 00.
King and Nunanu Street
I " I ' I "''' H" M"
2185, llulletlu Ilusluess Ofllie
I'hone 2250. '
MAY BE 25 IN
Delegate's Secretary Writes of
Plans for Hawaiian Trip to i
Ciiamber of Commerce.;
Hnsponsloh of tho coastwise naviga
tion Inws, conHlderntloii of tho pro
posed qongresslon'nl visit to Hawaii,
and otlfor Important business waa
taken up by tho Chamber of Com
merce trustees nt n regular meeting
held yesterday nfternoon.
A letter was received from George
McClollan, secretary to tho delegate,
stilting that ho hopes to be"nblo to
get twenty-live congressmen for tho
party nailing from Sun Krnnclsco oq
September 2 on tho Sierra nnd re
turning on the Manchuria, leaving
hero on September 29. This Is In nc-
cordanco with tho plans already made.
nubile, hut considerable doubt still
exists as to the sire of tho parly. Un
til moro delllilto Information Is re
ceived the chamber will not proparo
lie nlso Informed the chamber that
tho 'coastwise suspension bill will
como up nt the next session of con
gress, iind that the chamber should
make home plnnB toward getting Its
tnllucnco felt In Congress.
International nrbttratlon was
hi ought up when a lettor wns receiv
ed from Secretnry It. C. Phillips of
tho I-nko Mohonk conference enclos
ing rt copy of n model resolution on
tho subject, ndoptcd from several
hundred submitted. It Is ns follows:
Recognizing tho criminality of
any sacrillce of human life In use
less battle, which In the end
proes no principle, but deter
mines simply the relative strength
and skill of tho combatants, tho
business men of this conforenco
cnll tiKn men of affairs general
ly to tuko n more nctlvo Interest
In tho cause of International
arbitration aud pence, not only
for their own selfish 'interests,
but In the broad spirit of tho uni
versal brotherhood of men.
President Morgan named tho iliani
ber's arbitration committee, ronrlsi
Ing of W. A. lion en, 11. I'. Lango and
G. J. Waller.
Mr. Morgan also named tho nomi
nating commlttco which will report
nominations for the annual election
Say! You Move On!
Get off of this corner, and give the people a
chance to visit the stores of the merchants
who know the real advantage of advertising
in the so-called dull season, ancT'exnib'it
something akin to genius to keep business
coming right along when conditions are
It is the pull of a good advertisement that
keeps the business tide flowing well wneri
it is known to be oh the ebb with the
quitter. The man who sliows no white
feather in business, but always sees a fight
ing chance, is the man who will succeed.
ne.xt Wednesday afternoon. This
commlttto Is W. M (llffard, ch'ilrnmn;
W. It. Cnstlo and A. Ixiwls, .lr.
J. L. Fleming, W. C I'arko nnd W.
O. Smith wero elected ns members.
The trustees nlso considered plans
for being present at tho nddress ct
David Starr Jordan , in the Opm a
Itouso next Tuesday. Discussion of
plalm for n regutnr committee (.11
holiday observance, ns proposed by
W. II. Mclndny somo time ago to tho
Merchants' Assoil itlon, was nlso
taken up. T. Olive Dnvles said ho
rather felt that tho chamber should
not get so far an ay from subjects of
ARMY AND NAVY NOTES.
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Itosoernni leads tbe world In tho ein- mightiest of Uncle Sam's war vessels,
clency or Its Runners with three-Inch might safely cruUe Into tho naval ata
.""!' ,11 ,'? ","' ""'' fonmnnd of to ut e compnny ,Ig n wth
Vv.ltltlll J Illlll- l.V..'.. .Ill" All-
elxlith comiuiny of tlio Const Artllliry
CorpM, In thu siiootlnr coinVetltlon eon
i hilled nlinut to iks ngo. It Is said,
mndc IS liltit In i'R seconds.
The tnons nt I'nrt Itosecrnns shnre
llmtt linnnH titlli llni fill It rninrmlilnu
nt tba Prefhllo. Snn Frnnelsco, nnd n,Unck nml twlrl ,,B ihumh from now
n mark of tin lr t mcle1 icy ench n niher
of the TwenD-elglitli 'onipany will ho'
nltoueil to ar tlio nuiiiirul
of red ilntti. on tils sleee.
This tleKlnnateH that ho belongs to!
the compiny hnhllm; the first nnd
hlRheit Hlinotlng riiord In the United
Htntei nrmj The letory of Hie fort
rtonecrnns coininny was learned today
lth tho lecelnt of the report from tlio
MAIli: 1HI.AXI). Cnl. July St.
Commander nnd Mrs I, H llcrtoletto
are on tlulr way hire from Ureimrton.
Cimmnndcr llirtnlitto will relieve
nmninndcr li A. Aiiiiirsmi or mo
command nt tbe Kiiuboit Yorktoun
mxt month Andirsnn will go to
llremerton to take lominnud of tbe ro
leUInc ship I'hllndilphli.
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Thompson, Wilder, Watson nnd I,y
mer hno been retained by It. A.
Wuyno to bring mi action against
Sheriff Jarrett for tho return of somo
horses ho attached, or for OO tho
ahw of tho nnlmnls; nlso for tho re
turn of n 'fifty horsepower Kissel Knr,
allied nt fL'OOO, heircd by him. Tho
attachments were ordered by Judgo
Whitney In connection with n suit
brought ngntnst the plaintiff by tho
PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.
I'AZO OINTMKNT Is guaranteed
to cure any case of Itching, Blind,
Uleeding or Protruding Piles in 6 to
14 days or money refunded. Made by
PARIS MKDICINi: CO., Saint Louis,
U. S. of A.
buyers are keeping
Have UntiTDromber 23 to Re
move T,000,00u Yards of
Four Million six hundred thousand
cubic yards of ImVd Btubborn ma
terial to remove was what tho Ha
waiian Dredging Company came face
to face with nearly three years ago
when It undertook the contract to
'ilrpilcn 1'parl Itnrhnr. so that tlio
nil its might nnd ns a result tho fig
ures stand sadly mulllnted nnd de
Hut that Is not saying the company
has entirely conquered nnd can set
nntu me contract expires, uocemoor
24. Tar from It they have got to
drill, blast, rend, tear nnd scoon ma-
terlal from out of ttie harbor, witn
. . ' .....
nil tho force nnd rapidity they, can
muster between now and the time, of
Thcro remains 1.000,000 cubic yards
of hard, strong material Hint has to
bo taken from l'earl Harbor during
the next live months.
To show, for comparison's sake, the
enormity of this 'work, take for In
stance the 'Young Hotel, which con
tains approximately 3,000,000 -cubic
yards of material and space and then
Imagine the material yet to bo dredg
ed aa a hugo plcco of stone cut in n
square fashion' plncod along side this
hotel, That slono would be 'about
one-half the slzo of tho great Young
Hotel, nnd that stone, has to be drill
ed, blnstcd nnd carted awny hefora
Threo jenrs ngo when there was
4 GOO.uOO cubic yards of material to bo
remoed from I'oarl Harbor tho stone
would appear over twice tho slzo of
the building, making tho hotel look
so dwarfed It would hardly bo notico-
Tho rock already removed Is equal
to the slzo of tho Young and ono
Tlio Hawaiian Dredging Company
hns pressed Into scrvlco ovcryl avalt
chlo dredging contrivance they pos-
Section threo la almost entirely tin-
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close to the
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forever
Dlt. T. FELIX fiOL'HAUD'S ORIENTAL
CREAM OS HAfilCAL BEAUTIFIER
litttttnn Tn, rimbU
t'mklM, Mi-tli 1-ici.M,
ItAili, siihI Mia Vrkttt,
di srvtrf itirmt
i n Wftutf, anilii
Si dtuaitia. tl
a ttuoil th tt't
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It ptoptf ma U
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Ut. I. lh. V.llt. SIMM, UuM M Eur p..
tnr aia ni mil nnirnns isa r an or
tO.T,KnilVio, 37M Urn JhnlliwM
iBhed. In sections one nnd two whero
there stll remains 130,000 yards of
material, the dredgers Gaylord ami
California are working In each along
with two steam drills Section six
still contains 147,000 yards which arc
being janked Out by the dredger Oov
crnor nnd a battery drill,
llattrles of drills aro boring nnd
blasting nway tho remainder of sec
tion ten where 203,000 yards havo got
to he removed, and the E31.000 jarda
still 'to come out of scotlon thirteen
Is being scooped nwoy by tho Tur
bine whlto tho Reclamation Is finish'
Ing up number cloven.
Tho Pearly Dark will- leavo tho
drjdock at noon today to proceed to
Rotten Row and sand paper tlio liar
bor bottom at that division. Upon
finishing rho will start dredging tho
lonwdot wharf channel.
Should nothing happen to any of
tho dredging machines It lookR very
much the Hawaiian Company can call
tho work entirely through upon tho
expiration of tlio contract.
ALEWA HEIGHTS PATENTS
, ..WILL BE ISSUED SOON
At n. meeting of tho land hoird hold
yesterday nfternoon tho matter of tho
patents In connection with tha lots on
Alewu Heights camo up. Commis
sioner 11. II. Trent w.kod Kind Com
missioner Charles S. Judd when they
wero to bo Issued. He had heard u
report ho said that It would be somo
three or four months before they
were ready, hut as tho people had
completed their four yearn' residence
he could not sea tho reason for this.
Judd said that this wus ono of tho
llrst matters that ho had tnRcn up
with Joshua Tucker. Ho also Inti
mated that there would bo no unnec
essary delay In Issuing tho patents
and that tho matter would bo tuken
up right away.
FANDOM AT RANDOM
Itev. Or. Rcudder went on it hlko up
Ino Vnlley with n parly hist week. Ac-
compnioing him were Pnrsoni, Turner
of Pa la nml Short of Walltiku Dr
Sciuliler Is having n Bwell time doing
mountain climbing on Maul. Ho was
Die first to climb tho Needle of Inn
Vnllpy nml placed hli nutngrnph In tho
Il-isoluill on Knual Is In full swing.
Six teams are playing each Sunday and
largo crowds nttend the games.
Tennis will soon start up ngnln, nnd
tho next eents will be tho tournaments
for the Hall nnd Wall cups
BOY SCOUT8, ATTENTIONI
All duly registered Hoy Scouts In tho
District of Onliii lire lierihy ordirt.il to
be present nt headquarters, 12 J King
strict (Public RerUco Association
rooms), Thursday, the 10th Inst, nt
K o'lloik p in, to receho orikrs as
to their part In tho reception to ho
given Dr, Dald Rtilrr Jordan, member
of tlio National Council 'of the Hoy
Scorns of America.
JAMRB A. WII.Dnrt,
r000-2t I'lrst Commissioner.
There will ho a regular meeting of
the Walalap, KiilmuM and l'aloln Ini
provementi Club nt tho resldrnco of llnl
Ihlay Wltbersponn, AVllhelmlnn ltlsr, (m
Thursday evening, August 10, nt 7:30
o'clock. A full nttendanco of tho i ev
ident of the district Is desired.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE TO
CP.EOITORS. , ,
, The undrrslirnid, ImvliiK been np
pnlnted ndmlnlstrator of tho Kstate of
I, W. Inllolii (k), deeeused, hereby
Rives notice to nil crtdltors of said U
W. Mnllolonto presint their dalini tu
hlnt.viit tlio nthco of Mnsoon & Weav
er, did) authenticated, and with proper
voiuhirH, If any exist, oyin it tho claim
be secured by mortgage on real estnto,
within six innntliH from this date, or
they vvllt bo fgrover barred.
Dated, Honolulu, July 31, 1011,
nmiN i. low.
Administrator of the Hatnto of U W
4992 July 31; Aug. 3, 10, 17, St.
a. p. Mcdonald,
Contractor end Builder
Estimates given on ull kinds of
Concrete Work a Bnscleltv
MUAHI'VTREET, NEAR NUUANU
rqsa j cq.
Bottl.d In Bond
JULES PERCHArtDQ & FIL8'
CALIFORNIA SPARKLINQ WINES
We Deliver to Any Part o( the City
ROSA & CO.,
'Altkea and Queen Streets
FOX IAT.1 AT AIL BASI
I acific 3
KINO AND NUUANlf STREETS
' ' Order
Cream Pure Rye
" ' lold hv
L0VZ70T AND 0 0.
You'll find they're all food ftl
"It'$ the Fashion"
Hotel nr. Fort ' D. H. Datriei, Froa.
leads all others in ser
viceability. It is acid, water
and fire resitting.
Why experiment with an
Imitntlifti when Ruberold
costs no more?
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. KING 8TREET
Anyone found trespassing or
shooting on the Waialae or
Kahala lands will be prosecut
ed to the full extent of the law.
PAUL R. ISENBERG.
July 1, 1911. . . w-H'"
Horses, Mules and
DRIVING, SADDLE ANW WORK
YOUNG MULES BROKEN TO
DO NOT PUT IT OFF USE
Pau Ka Hana
Will Do It
Blank hooka of all sorts, ledgers,
oto, manufactured by tha Bulletlu