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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T.;rJ.,, THURSDAY, AUQ. 10, 10t1.
THE MORNING PAPER AND THE NEWS WORK BEGUN ON
Fromlh Bulletin, Saturday, July
St, pig Si ,
Bid I ore now being advertised for by
the navnl engineer forj:oncrcto foun
dations 'of the seven Industrial build
ings to be erected Iho. first of tho year
at Pearl Harbor.
The government has just placed a
contract with the V. 8. Steel Products
Co. to send, late In December, tho col
umns, beams, trusses, girders, etc., of
steel, so' that the actual construction
can be rushed 'along.
The bids for the foundations will bo
received nt tho commandant's office, U.
8. Naval' Station,, until 11 o'clock, Au
gust 21, And then opened. Tho award
Is to be made about September 1 and
the work must start Immediately after.
Three months' Is tho time llmltln
which the construction must bo finish
ed. That will allow two or three wceka
to ipare before the steel work commences.
From the Advertiser, Thursday, Au
gust 10, pags 1l
Active work will bo commenced In
September by tho winning contractors
on the foundations for the seven Indus
trial buildings which are to be erected
on tho Pearl Harbor naval station res
ervation, tho contract to bo completed
within three months from tho date of
ithc commencement of such work. Dlds
for the laying of tho foundations will
be opened nt tho oftlcc of Admiral
CowlcM, U. S. N., commandant of tho
Honolulu naval station, on August, 21,
and the contract for the work will bo
executed within ten days of that time.
When tho contractor thrusts his spado
In tho earth on tho reservation that
at' 11, . .1. .... ... ........ ..
iniiKin win mum uiu luiiiiiieiii-i'iiii-in ui
i the creation of the nnval station, which
Is designed to bo the greatest under
the American flag, nnd when finished
will represent nn outlay of ten million
dollars. Including tho cost of the ilrcdg-.
Ins-of tho channel and harbor and the
Undera two-column head on the Tho Advertiser "played up" tho story
front page, the Advertiser till morn-Ins tho principal featuro of the news It
In published second-hand Information! was furnishing the public this morning
on tho progress of work at Pearl liar- nows .that wah old to everybody but
bor Jhat was given first hand by tho tho Advertiser. Further comment Is
Bullet In nearly two' weeks ago. This, unnecessary. THKY WILL, YKLP IF
Is not unusual. JTIU3Y AIIE HURT.
AS HERESY AND EVIL
CHICAGO, June 28. Socialism was
condemned as a heresy and an evil, and
all Catholics were warned against It,
by Archbishop Messmer of' Milwaukee,
who was one of the central figures Inj
todays proceedings pi tne wainono
Educational Congress In session here.
"Socialism Is a hereto and nn evil,
the vielousncss of which Is apparent to
every thinking man," snld tho Milwau
kee archbishop. "The Immorality which
socialism breeds and the dangers which
It, leads to can be averted only by the
Influence ot religion and religious
Honolulu Gas Company Carry
ing Out Plans For Large
Foundations have been laid for an
Immcnso gas container, holding SiOO.OfO
feet, for tho, Honolulu (Ins Company,
and the first section of the great tank
Is expected to arrlvo soon' from the
malnlnnd. Work Is to bo rushed on
the container, nnd within a short time
the company will not only bo ready for
a InrKC extension of Its service, but will
also be protected against n accident
to tho present tank.
Tho container Is four times as largo
as uny previously erected here. It will
need to have plenty of room If the
company's business continues to ex
pand nt tho rato based on present de
mand. Among the extensions planned
Is n big main out to Kalmukl.
The company will also replace Its
present piping, which Is of "black
plpo," by "universal pipe," tho first
named having proved n failure. This
alone, means u considerable expense
According to company ofllclals, tho
gas-meter system Is proving preferable,
both ns regards company nnd patrons,
to tho monthly charge system. It was
stated this morning that tho patrons
of the company find tho meter system
much mora, economical than the month
ly charge plan, nnd, that It Is satisfac
tory from tho standpoint of tho man-'
Wkl- RsllMll Mr'Tw
Tests and Tests
V ; - rXne Government chemist made a test ot our ice
Scream, last Friday and claims it contained only 7.6 per
cent, butter lat. '' '
Previous 'to 'this'" he testdd our ice cream and rc
ported that it contained 13.4 per cent.
' Since the test first mentioned'' he has tested again,
and' reported 14.5 per (jent. butter fat. -v
Whatvdpes this mean?, I '""''-.- :
To us it means that the chemist either made a
mistake, or else he is the veriest amateur and unsafe Mn'-"
the important position he now holds.
Why. are we so bold as to make this statement?
Because we are absolutely certain whereof we speak.
v ' We do now, and always have, made the richest and
. bestt ice. cream in this city. Our patrons will all testify
"tathis. ' - J
.,''. We.do now, and always, have, used pure cream as .
the basis of our ice cream. ,-.-'.'
r ' W
We do now, and always have, used the same recipe
tor making our ice cream, and it is impossible that a test ; '
should show 13.4 per cent, one day, 3.6 per cent,
another, and 14..C pei cent: the next day. -'
A . The chemist has .simply made a mistake, and has y.
, vnbt the courage to admit it, . & x '. '
, ' v .-' :' "
..f-.,. We challenge the Government chemist now or any
'"'other time to make a test of our ice cream and find it
. below standard.
We challenge the Government chemist to produce
;.' any proof, that our ice cream ever tested, as low as 3,6
." per cent. or 10 per cent, for that matter.
In making this challenge and in questioning the
competency of the Government chemist , we tully realize
that we are laying ourselves open to prosecution the
;; first opportunity he can find, but we are riot worrying,
thank you, for we know what we're talking about. 1
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We say "Sensible Clothes,"
because this store does not
carrjr " Freak Styles " the
kind that appeals to the wearer
but a few days. We sell the
a line with a "gilt-edge" reputation.
When a suit leaves our store bearing
their label we are satisfied that we
have made a permanent customer.
Drop into the Store, and let us show
you what is proper this season in
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ATTEMPTED SUICIDE IN
SHADE OF ICE PLANT
linn mmi IiikikIiiu uny ono ciisciiiib-
''cm roiiiforfjlily, In Hi" rxl InvlRorat
lug iiliiiiisiln.'rc or nn Ico llnnl, on n
lint tliiy wiintlttK In kl" llioiiiHflvi'?
I N11! cnii'Iintlfiilly 1111! If m wcro
'-out in tlio linilllii.'J huh with nolhliiK
Iloail Supervisor ClmrlcK AVIlsoii lt IOat wup fllrtliiK nliont yon
covorcil n Ruoilly necllon of Ilonolnlit u,ent (lll mlKht wish you wcro ilonil,
ycHtorday nftqrniHm mul UUh .morning, fo nJi Viiii coulil Ciciijio tho laiilal
mupplnR out 11 lino of wink on city w-t ttninlliiK llciids of lioiit hut not
streets anil highways. wli:n you weio ni'ir an Ico plant, unci
Ho has several niwi at work on ,u, ()l,, j,.B wmki ;it Unit. Kor that
tho Wnlklkl portion of KIiik stteet lrulm on n sooirlilni; ifay wotiM seem
hotweon Alapal anl Kccuiimiikii ..,. h1.1Vcii llself.
streets, this forcu IicIhr oiiKacoil In ivian IOiIioIiiii ilou't varpia lliliiRa
the removal or tho lump of iiUeil (,nt way ,ml prnvvil It liy nlteinptlii;,
macadam which have orten proved (,, (.nt j,s tliro'nt, after limkliiR him-
.ausCH of.niuch prnfanlly to thimuwho M,n hrhOnI doniilo iloors In n lit t lo
are obllRuil tu pass over It In motor coliilno. Mtitaled'on Ilustaro lano nn-
driven machines, ll It tho Intention ,tor n,t, 0.(O icficnhliiR caves of tho
to rijpnlr this street ami tneiii Rivo ll aforesalil leo plant
another coatlnR of oil. spei'lal Ofllcers Knmaiiolia, IUtrhu
Ilonil Supervisor Wilson hones to ,,n,i v'lcrrn arrlvlnc on Iho sceno of
InaiiRuralo a more lRorons (Killey In M,lf doslriicllon, Immediately nfter n
uubiiiik wiiii Milium iiiaiiiui -iiy mu report nail neon Rem in nan a nveiy
nilddlo of Hits month Rmall ruiibh iiiq iroro tliey cipturcd Kaholnn)
of men nro now nt work tlioro anil who tlotnlslird li knife with much vim,
conslilerajile work is lieliii? ilono to- inKn ihioiirIi ,lo linve strnn? n rcRl
wards tho ImpViivunicnt of Jones' ment. Ilko henils on n strliiR.
street and other thornilBhfarcs In. After earlliiR him away to safety,
nccil of Httrntlon, t,u ou'eumo of tho liattlo royal was
If weather conditions aro f nvorahl.c, ' looked owr wlilrli tliowed that the
the road ' department will taliklo work victim was Uiu only ono to recelvo In
on that section of upper Niinnmi uvo- Juries, Theso ncrn self Inlllrtcd and
nno wnicn lias rcinauieu in nn.uuiiu- wem sidu nils on the neck and fore-
uhnrf rrttul 1 1 liiti rii antun wrinlru tutur
CHINESE SOCIETY MUST
RAY PROFIT OR MOVE
The facts In cumicctlnti with u sulu
of miiu'c land on Maul nod In which
ho CJniK'k llln Society of Krokcii cnnio
out with' the. worst of the ileal, wcro
ileult with at u iiicctlin; or tho land
hoard held yesterday afternoon. The,
niiin who holds the hlR end of Ihc stick
Is !.o Jnc.
It. II. Trent druiiKlit npthi) matter
nnd slated t lint there wah voine land
on Muni Hint 11 t'lilnnsu lienex'oli'iit fo
plety had heen oflni? for a hnrlnl
Kroiiml and nho for Its ImiIIiIIiiks. The
lanil was put up for sale and the com
plaint has come lo him that It "Was nd
vrrtlHcd In such nn olihcoru fashion
Hint the parties knew liotliliiK ahoilt II.
lie further stated that n I'll Illinium hail
ImiiKht tlm In ml for tU0 mid had then
olTered It to the, licnevolcnt society for
Joilinn Tucker stateil Unit hn mid
Attorney llochiird had acted for tho
lipiitvnlenl society and that Iho adver
llHrinciit lut il lrn drawn lip Jnxt as
llncliard vuiili(l and that H was Hiiih
pasfed on hy the siiperliitPiidcnt ot
pnhllc works, Miiroton I'mnphcll. Tuck
er iiImi Inllmated that he thoiiRl'it tho
Tho mnchly-tmvoled roail will' hoi
graded and iiincailanilzeil mul put In
first class condlt'on followlnir tho lav-
Iiir of tljo rails ui tho Ituplii -Trniult
Wilson has put tho Kallhl rock
crusher In oporptjin, ho haying per?
siinally siicrintcuilc tho VulnVHtloM
of tho planti Thln r.rnshor ! now
RAY STANNARD BAKER
WANTS LOCAL PHOTOS
Itny Stunnard linker has practically
picpared Ills series of articles on Ha
waii tor tho American miiRiiilnu. Al-
Biipplylnft rook for Kallhl nimi 'wlitch' cxumler Htiuio Kuril, his old assocl-
will ho completed ,nnil ready fnr,trf
! ate, and tho I'uhlle ficrvlco Asswla-
nn 1... il. 41 . .. ,i. .....i. t.. I '"i
:V""-Vl.,,.V Z"?,' ''. ? .llon nro In receipt of several letters
nRurcs that lie.,1 f.avlnK .tha 'city and " ""k,cr ' ,h,0 "" '""nier ik
conntv somothliiK llkn" flru- rnniu ,. Iiir for photoRraphs of certain of tlio
pnlilc yard oyoj' what would, Im'vo tn IcailltiK eltlieiis of Hawaii, as ,woll as
ho oxendcd If tho material was hitut-.'tho P'.ilallal honies-of tho siiRar plant
ed all the way. rrom Mollllll. Aliout era nnd plantation views.
I Till yards of rork will he used nt Ka-I ltnl-r,- vtnln Ihiil In, Innk lmek n
lllll roail, Ivniv hireo rollpptlo'i of lihotocr'alihs
TO THE HILLS
City railKTS will k'lril tip their loins
mid lutnke IIipiiispIvi'S to the hills till
cvenlni;, where tiny have heen Invited
lo hrt nine Iho riisIs of the' Wnlahie,
Knlnnikl end I'iiIhIii Improvement I'luH,
which will millierjit the home of Hal
llday WlthcrspiMiiT ,nn the mnne-rwrpt
sliifn'S of Wlllielinina Itlne. (.
A perrons!' In It.ltlon was Riven the
i'oartl iiiiiiImts nt n ri'ernt meetliifi to
iay mi iinolllclnl visit to one of the
Improvement elnli nicetliiRM. The In
vltiiilvn, ,viu nceeplpil In the name of
Mayor l'Vrnfihi1 hN sevi'n coIIi-hkhch.
The "hill trllies'" are anxious that
Muni! snlislantlnl reenRiiltlnn of llwlr
claim for Ixttrr nunls come from tlm
liiiiiilclnil leiilsl.itlve holv. TIip' le
llpt'e thai a llttl.i li)iirt-tii.ieart talk
from such sIlvpr-ioiiRiicil oratori.on the
liivinl as c'halrnimi KriiRcr of Hip
Itenllh einiimllfee, Clialrmnn Dululil of
the io;id I'onnnlttpp, iishMpiI liy Hop"r'-.
vlMirs l.inv mul Murray, who declare
that they are eve' ready to champion
t In calico nf a ilowiitrodden people, will
work Krcnt pood for that residential
lidvertlM-nient had heen drawn n llttlnjseetlnn nf Honolulu. It is aim pointed
out that the sdp.-rvli'ors who attend
Mind to keep nway nny competitors of
Ho further staled that when the sale
came iiliinn llncliard hud not heen there
nnd that I.00 Joe had hotiEht It for
1100 ,11s 11 peculation, The latter had
not yet heen Klven possession nf Jt nnd
could not until Noveinher. In reply to
a question from Trent, ho said that ho
did not think there wns nny way
Will hear much tn their iidvmttiiKe.
REAL E8TATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Auguit 9, 1911,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4i30 p. m.
(1 'Sells to K .Mlltsillliiilo ,,,.,
i-Ciiltntikl ' Umil Co Ltd to W Q
I'llliir . .
to Mrs (leorue lonn and lish lo Kal-
Mop Hip transaction mid that the
Knives wcro not 11.1 the hind. TI10I111II1I
Iiik could ho renovated heforo I.00 Joo
look ponscsiffou of It.
With HnRlnccr Oero, Wilson lias
for tlio articles ho has propared, hut
ItATTI.i: CIIIIKK, Mich., July 111.
With more- than 4fl pieces of sklh on
his hody that orlKliially hclmiKed to
his friends, (lenrfic Nelson, former llre
nau, left thu hospital last nliiht to en
Joy lilmiMir at his old homo In Alln-
A year iiro, when Nelson was taken
,. . , . . , ,i j , nn 1110 miitici uu imo i,i"ti,i-,t, nn
planned to tnko up tho feninorary .,..,. ...... ,. ., ......' ........
In..,r,,..nl, f thn ,u,rll,;,. ,t ll..". ".1111118 HUH IIU HVUlia 11 llllllll.or UI Dp.!-,
tot and .Pnrt.Rtractn itnm which tho ch. plctn.es. ns thn articles aro oom-fr()m ,ho , Trunk' w k nl ,,.
now Pantheon hulldlnR Is lncntod.l InK'ttp a a much more Important fca-1 i,yKcls said he could not
IM. I .. III .. In .. . ma nf 11. 1 iniiirnalnn Ihmi lm !lllllil
tins oirvui win uo scanuuo. iuiii wen '" ui um iiut,"'"' " " -- n,. n, ,i.i. ,ii,i ,.,. ... ,...
n.i .' ...., m.. k.ll ll ....,..l "'- -I""' ...; --...-
'""," ,'"" "' VV. ' . 'ia ',,.. vlveil the tlKht i. montli. and then the
ami In typo and tho nngnilno Is now j, , ,.. ,
nwnlllim the. several pictures that , (1 , ,,ni,k
linker especially wishes In two. ,,,, ,,.,., ,, ,,,,, Uo,
nn..iu. i v',oi n.-.li tw nurse, enino forwiinl nnd nllowe.1 101,
OIIIiir Is now Rolni; on lit Mnkikl
district, a half' dozen men hjlflrr em
ployed In making Koveral strccta thvo
more prescnlahlo, J
1110 VAt.UKK IN ' '"'"
BROWN LINENO, LINEN PONGEE
nnd BROWN HOLLAND ,
100, i:ir, mid "3 RriiftliiR of skin, respee
Now, nfter n year In the linsplml,
mni, i,..b. nf nil .. leilLMT. 'Nel'" ' "hie to lenvo nnd rent In
i m,.n..f,iPiiirn,1 l.v ili llullpiin dctlnltely on the money rIvcii hy the
W.V.., ..........HW.... ,-f .... ....... .... , ... .
urauu iriiiiu.iiH u, Lciiicmciu, ,
I'ojxiricil that no trace could ho found
In that country of Castro, I
inula Ijiml Co l.td ,. M
Knlianaliul Ik) to Kiilnlll I)
Lahllahl i:ml hsh tn Kalolil ,. I)
K Colt irnhrim to 11 KIiik Kooki... 1)
Carlos A Look to Henry K Alapal ll
Von Hainui-YounR Co l.td to J M
I liirrul Hvl
Jiiklchl rermla lo Hlklclil Klilnia-
kawn ,,, II H
1'iia A I'llts and hsh In. Wllll.im
C Achl Jr I)
MnVlha !' Studdert to Cwll llrown,
tr Ilel Dow
Charles It IVazler to Alice (1 ller-
rlck ....,..-., , Hel
KhI of 11 I' lllshop hy trs to AIlco
. H Derrick I.
Alice (1 Derrick nnd hsh to Hank
or Dnnnlulu Mil ' ,M
V H rtowell to Chnrlcs V Derrick.. A li
Entered for Record Auguit 10, 1911.
From 8)30 . -n. to 1030 a. m.
Hum Ktikupti to Maleka K Hnllele.. II
N Omsted nlul wf to Kcpa' Kama-.
naualiiipii , II
Vlnre j our liaitil on the inline nf
lliinnliilu'i liu-liic.". world hy liclnu
n ronslant reader of lite Wuut Ad
pectluu of Hie Uulletln.
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