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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., FRIDAY, AUG. 11, 19J1.
Geanr Street, above Union Squate
Jutt appoint Ilot-I St. Frtucie
KuroDfan Plan SI .CO a dajr up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick at ructure, furnish
Ings cost $200,000. High class
hotel at moderate rates. Omnibus
meets all trains and steamers
Hotel Stewart now recognized a3
Hawaiian Island headquarters.
Cable address, "Trawets" A. U. C
Code. Reservations made through
Trent Trust Co., Port Street,
Hotel St. Francis '
Union Square, San Fnnciico
Tinder the Management of
FA0IM1 the beautiful pnrk
In the heart of the city,
which Is tlio theatre of
the pifnelpnl events of
the famoua festivals of Snn
Kranrlseo, llils hotel, In en
vironment and,' atmosphere, ex
presses most pleasantly (lie
eooifortable spirit of old t'ul
The royalty and nohllltj oi
the Old World und the Far
Eaat and the mtu of high
' efcleirrarnt tn America who
assemble here roulrlbule to tiie
cosmopolitan atmosphere of aa
lustltutlou which represents
the hospitality und Individual
ity of Han I'rnnrlsco to the
The building, which marks
the farthest udrance of science
lu sen Ice, has now the, largest
capacity of any hotel structure
la the Writ, mid upon comple
tion vf the I'ost street unuei
will be the largest carurnnsrry
In the world.
WHILE T1IK SFKVICK IS UN.
USUAL, TIIK l'HICES AUK
European Plan from $2.00 TJ
Emma, Above Vineyard
Pntronl7ed by persons of
refinement. Itootus single
or en stillo, vvllh or vvlth-
ii t li.itli.
RESERVE YOUR ROOM AT
Qood Sports Good Bathing Good
Rooms' ahd' Board
WINES AND LIQUORS
We deliver to any part of the
Phone 2026. P. 0. Box 488
CIQAR NOW It
GITN8T fcn ,
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Inter-lBland and 0. H. ft UtRhlpiilug
books for sale at the 1! u 1 1 1 1 u
offlca. COe each.
von Hamm - Young
"' Co., Ltd.
Pioneers and leaden in
the Automobile Baiineii
Agents fur such well-known care
as Packard. I'npe-Hurtford, Stovens
Duryeu, 'Cadillac, Thomas Flyer,
llulck, Overland, llaker Electric, ami
Supplies & Repairing
..For (he BC8T HENT CAH3 In the
city, ring up
OLDQMOBILE, No. 401
RENAULT, No. 404
LANDAULET, No. 5M
C. H. BEHN
BCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
Use a PREST-O-LITE TANK on
your Automobile and cave Generator
Acetylene Light and
Agency Co., Ltd.
The BICYCLE DEALER and EI-
PAIREB, has .moved to
180 KINO II1I1I
New location Red front, net?
fonng Building, Telephone S518.
COTTON CREPE SHIRTS, KIMONOS
1248 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 G00D9
WAH YING CHONG
Kins; Street, Ewa Fishmarket
Wing Chong Co.
KINO IT.. NEAR BEIHXL
Dealer In Furniture, Mattresses,
(to., etc All kinds of KOA and Mil
8I0N FURNITURE made to order.,
And Cloth of Al Quality Cam fee
Purchased from i
Bqx 961 Telephone 1731
IMP0RTF.HS OF ORIENTAL Q00DB
ing Wo Tai & Co.
fill- Nnuanu. near King Street
Fine Line of
'At the New Hardware Store
CITY HARDWARE Cd.
Ring and Nuuann Street
II u I let I n IMIInrl.il Iliioni I'linne
21S5. Ilullitlu' Iluslncss Ufllte
S P O
OAHU LEAGUE BASEBALL
EVERYBODY HAPPY? THAT 'S THE WAY IT WAS AT THE
MEETING LAST NIGHT.. P. A. C. WILL HAVE BUSH
NELL IN BOX.
"Hvcryliody happy?" "All imppyl"
was tlio reply.
One of tlio rnoit friendly meetings
ever liolil by tlio Onliu league was
tli.it of taut night, at tlio ofllco of Chns.
riilltliiKwnrth, wlicn it full delegation
of nil tlio tennis wns on linnil with u
few changes tn mnko In tlio nrlous
lineups, nltlimiKli shy whether tliry
would lie permitted.
The first business, which ns quirk-
ly settled, wns the mutter of umpires.
One of tlio two umpires of tlio llrst
rcrles Is said to haw stilted that If
tho tongue nmilo up for tlio ten gnnu's
In the special HerleH which ho illil not
umpire, ho would he willing to como
buck nnd iimplro for tho slcoihI series,
Tho Oiihu LeiiKiio wns not so hard up
fur umpires, nnil ho was dropped.
Ah forecast hy the Ilullotlrr ln.t
evening, tli fulliinliig umpires, onu
from each of tho teams composing tho
eiiRiie. wcie appointed: Henry Cltll
lliiKWorth, Harney Joy, lluhnoll nnil I).
Desha. Illll nice wjh nppiilnteil onu
of tho umpires, hut happened to come
around later nnil iMd not wish to tnke
up the Job for "nine reason. Desha
taking his place. Thee tunplren will
nlternnte. mid If, nt the end of the se
ries, two teams nro tied, nn outsider
w III give tho decisions.
Any moro business to 'como up, gen-
tlemen7" nuked the president. As
usual, Manager Mnrcnlllno took tlio
floor first nnd nskeil If ho could re-
leaso somo of his plnvors They nro
Ilert Itntvcr, Tom Yen. K. C. Alinna
Chun, who played left field In u fow
(tames diirlns tho first series: H. 1'er
naniles, the Krnndstand player, who Is
now busy on Mnul hIiouIiik tho Kelo-
llnwnll Bnme with his motlon-plctiira
uinchlno. Tho request was Krnnteil.
Klnco .Marcnlllno started this release
stunt nil the other inmuiKcr hnvo Kot
liiisy nnd picked rut tlio deadheads on
their lists. Deslin was up neit nnd ha
wanted 13. Noah, tho Knm school crack
shortstop, who Is nn Maul, nnd Joseph
Onlenstcln dropped. Neither of theso
men has played n came', nnd their ro
lenso wns granted
Mnnnirrr Tasern of tho P. A. C. wnnt-
d to pet rid of the followlne flvo plny
irs, ns he has n loiiK strlnR of them:
Joseph, Trniik Kcrnnnde7, Mlko Frel-
tas, M. Olmos nnil Manuel Correa.
Olmos Is a stnr plnycr, but buslneii
seems to prevent him from tnrnlnn out?.
Corren does not turn up for prnctlso.
Hire Is whero they nil ncted courte
ous to ono another for tho good of tho
lengue. It wns by no menus n sur
prise, nlthniiRh tho hy-lnws were
broken laws which wero very strictly
nilhered to In the. first series.
In order that tho teams may be moro
closely matched nnd tho resulting
SOLDIERS MAY "HIM" III VM1 1 AMI
No Biiinll Interest Is shown In tho sight would bo niisslng nearly ono
prosiiectlve trip of two companies half of the beimtlea of a trip to tlio
from Fort Sluiftor to tho volcano In
Hawaii. ArriitiKementB nro being
furtliured for K and V companies to
limko tlio trip during tho latter part
of this mouth nnd If tho matter Is
can led through It will bo but tlio
lliml end of a chain of thought that
litis been running through the minds
of the olllcors In the post during tho
past three years. Until now tlio
thought has been undeveloped und nt
Inst practical arrangements nro bo
Soldiers tn .Stand l'nrt.
Ah tho mutter stands now It Is up
to the sotdlors whether they go or
not. Tho exponso on tho govern
ment for audi n trip as this would
bo grent and as n matter of fact It
has been that ono thing that has post
poned tho trip until now. The men
aro asked to pay thrco dollars ouch
towards defraying tho expenses nnd
nun con only realize tlio amount, of
eutiitisiasm shown by looking over tlio
list of subscriptions. Majority rules
and It Is up to each man to come for
ward with his name )o mnko tho mat
ter n Kiiocess.
A llnre Opportunity.
Travellers cannot go to tho volcano
oety day In the year for three dol
lars mid tlils fact Is more than np
pi eclated hy the soldiers nt Koit
Sluiftor. If It wero nut for this op
poitunlly ninny of tho inon of this
post would have to return to the
homn-lnnti without seeing ono of tho
wondorH of thn world To return In
tlio Stntos without i witnessing thin
R T S
gnmes tako nn n semblance to thoso In
tho National Lingue, where four teams
nro running luck nnd neck, the reprc
sentntKes agreed on thhiRs Inst night
which show that by next senson there
w III he no such nnuments ns to wheth
er n player Is nn old leaguer or not.
In tho first series Ilushnell signed up
with the 1, A. ('. with thu understand
ing that he was not tn pitch, hut Inst
night Manngir Pnresn made n inoUon
tn allow him tn uso Ilushnell In tho
box hereafter, ns tho Portuguese wero
nt the bottom of the list. This ho
thought would make tho gnmes moro
Interesting. Joy rtennded tho motion
like n good hoy nnd It wns carried
Tho Stars had n number of new
pin j its to ami tn their list, nmong
them threo southpiws. Tho new mom
iers nro M. Plnttn. John Nasclmento,
John Alctt nnd V'lllle Myers, who bus
been playing with tho Kwn team,
Ayau wns nlloued to play for tho
Hnwnlls, nnd then David Deshn worked
to luiNo Mlko Hardy enter tho box for
Ilnrdy wns another member who
signed up with the Hnwnlls last series
with the understanding that ho wns not
tn pitch for that nine.
Deshn claimed last night that tho
team lind only one pitcher on whom It
could rely I.otn. As Lota sometimes
works on Sundays, Desha needed Mike
Ilnrdy to tako his place. It took. somo
tlmo for anybody to Hicond this mo
tion, but finally Harney Joy enmo
hrnugh nnd seconded tho motion nnd
It passed, fiver body now had their
eyes cast on IJnrney 'now, especially
Deshn nnd Pnrena, to' seo If ho waiH
going, to mnka n morion to he allowed
to plteliijpr the Kt.tr, hut ho sat still
nnd Qcrbndy wns happy again.
Wlnne, wlipVji released by tho Ha
waii lyiim snnie Klmo bro, wns per
mitted tn como luicV.
After tho meetlnit'nll the reprcsenta
lives expressed llienwclvc ns well
pleased. Notlcy of the J, A. C was al
lowed to ndd unotlHT' so-called league
player to his team.
Now nil tho,.tcams nre strengthened
and tho public can look forward to n
series of good hall.
. t 3 n
FANDOM' AT RANDOM
Ad 'olRnst, champion lightweight of
the world, nnd Pnckey Mcl'nrland nro
scheduled tn clash In Milwaukee on
September 18. They aro In training for
the ten-round go, nnd unless something
unforeseen hnppeni tho match will tako
place on that date.
Tho Stars will hovo their usunl line
up Sunday nnd thero will ho no hitch
becnuso of tho nbsence of players.
garden spot of the world.
To Hike to Crater.
After ie, lnn,dlng of the men nt
Illlo they will bo prepared to mako
tho hike fn tho volcano. This hike
will bo a pleasure in Itself and tlio
men nre looking forward to It with
much anticipation. Cooking their own
meals and seeing tho sights of an
other Island will bronk the monotony
of traveling, tho Pearl City or Pali
roads hero on tho Island of Oahu.,
Takes Place of Long Hike.
Tho trip to tho olcano will tako
the placo of one of the ten-day prac
tice matches prescribed by the de
partment. Only two companies can
go nt thlB time, but It Is hoped .that
beforo the battalion .makes Its de
parture for tho States otjher com
panies will have had tho same oppor
tunity. Tho men nro looking forward
to tlio development of this plan and
their wishes nre that tho officers will
give tho matter serious consideration.
'ens From the Field,
Word has been recclyod from the
two companies now in the Held near
Seholleld llurrncks that eerythlng Is
going lino and that they nro enjoying
the showers 'of cod rain o manifest
In that part of tho Island, as well as
tlio showers of hospitality bestowed
upon them by tho men nt the bar
racks. Maneuvering during the day
keeps them busy, whlln nt night they
hnvo tho opportunity of visiting their
friends up In the' Post They nro ex
pected back at Fort Shaftor Saturday.
George W. Smith Advocates
Early Preparation For
A wnt?rfrnnt boulevard or esplanade
on u scnlc that will prepnro for Hono
lulu's ftiture"'grentncss nnd for tho
needs of not one, but several hundred
thousand Inhabitants, Is advocated hy
Oeorge W Smith, 'in n talk beforo tho
directors pf thn Mj retinitis' Association
yesterday afternoon, Mr. Smith laid
before them soma of tho factors that
nre working now to make this city one
of the greatest nn the Pacific.
Ills Immediate object was to secure
action toward opening up Dlshop
street between Hotel nnd neretnliln
streets. Dwelling on tho future growth
of the city, ho declared that provision
must be made nt once for opening
more streets nnd straightening tho
present ones, nnd that the wnterfront
arteries of traffic must he opened nnd
changed so that the present devious
street windings will not hold back
downtown development ns lock, of
Streets Is holding back uptown devel
The meeting wns cnlled upon Mr,
Smith' suggestion In n letter to E. A.
Uerndt, former secretary, In which h
"It would appear to the writer thnt
tho tlmo Is now opportune for the Mer
chants' Association to declaro Itself on
the proposition of n 'Qrenter Honolulu,'
moro particularly In .tlio matter of
street' openings and widening.
"Unless prompt steps nre taken It
will ho Impossible, to the future, to ex
pect nn extension of the proposed
Tho opening of this street Is n
necessity for the future development of
this city. It will form n direct artery
from tho waterfront to the upper pnrt
of the city; It will afford n new retnl
district for tho city; It will increase
taxable value of the property through
which It passes nnd will bring about
tho speedy erection of substantial bus
Iness blocks In a pnrt of the city whero
they nro needed. Incidentally, thereby,
reducing' the Insurance rates on the
properties now abutting on Hotel nnd
I bring this matter to your ntten
tlon feeling nssurcd that, with your
usual energy, n movement may ho made
to nrrlve nt some, definite result.'
The Future City.
To., tlio directors Mr. Smith spoke
with ringing enthusiasm of tho com
ing greatness of tho city, emphasizing
the pnrt to be played In It hy the open
ing of the Pnnnmn Canal nnd tho de
velopment of commerce with tho
It will bo nothing nt-Sl! to have four
or five ocean steamers In nnd out of
hero eery day," declared Mr. Smith.
"Wo should prepare for this now. It
Is. up to us to mako provision for thn
Honolulu of the tut lire, nnd wo must
make provision by opening up streets
and widening nnd straightening soma
of thoso thnt exist.
"I have cnlled this matter to the at
tention of the Merchants' Association
because It hns been tho only commer
cial body here not controlled by Inter
ests, nnd hns consistently worked for
progress nnd action."
O. C. Swain, supporting the plan for
notion In opening up Illshop street, de
clared that tho Ilrewcr I'stato has Its
plans nil drawn for n building on tlio
recently-purchased property At Hotel
und Union streets, and unless dellnlje
pians siioiiiii no mono to open Ulsnop,
would go abend on a. building that
would prevent the closing of Union
street und might delay the Illshop Im
Mr. Smith's suggestion for n wnter
front boulevard inero Interesting. Ho
proposed n boulcvnrd from the Amcrl
enn-Hiiwallau wharves nlong the front,
running back of Allen & Kohlnsnn's
nnd nil tho way to tho Alakea and Ca
Thero was no r,uoriim of tho direc
tors present, and no definite action
could bo tnken, President White re
ferred tho mutter to the downtown Im
provement committee to see whether
the. Superintendent of Public Works or
mo nonrii oi nupervisors nave tlio au
thorlty to prpcee! vvlth opening tho
street, nnd Mr. Smith 'is added ns nn
unollclat member of tho coinnilttee,
IN FOLK SONGS"
Noxf Sunday evening the llrst of
tho series of tho quaint old melolles,
brought here by Dr. Uyder, will bo
sung In Central Union church by the
While Dr. Ryder has gone to Hawaii
for n visit to thn volcano ho will ie
turn In tlmo to fill tho pulpit or this
church on the evening In question nnd
tbp subject and substance of Ills tnlk
will bo -"Christian Truth In Hoik
The choir will rendop sovernl 'of
theso quaint old melodies that eamo
out of the hearts of tho black pcoplo
of thn Southland during their joart.
of bondage. Organist Ingalls of tho
Central Union chinch has tnken the
music of thoso folk songs and has
woven them Into it voluntary which
ho will play nt tho opening of tho
evening service on Sunday.
WeekirUllet!n II nr jeer.
results in cases of weak di
gestion arc obtained from
because when ordinary foods
ao not digest, it provides the
needed nourishment In
highly concentrated form.
is so easily digested thatto
strength. is rapidly absorbed
by the youngest babe or
most delicate adult. '
- SCOTT'S EMULSION
is the food that strengthens
the race., all druggists
EAST END VALUES
. DOUBLE IN FIVE YEARS
Only two members of tho Board of
Supervisors who had accepted tho In
vitation of the Knlmukl, Paloto and
Walalao Improvement Club to attend
n meeting of that club that was held
last night Bhowcd up at the meeting,
nnd they were Supervisors Low and
Arnold. City Engineer Uere'wns also
present at the meeting.
Property valuations wns the first
subje6t brought up for discussion,
and It wus .learned thnt In the last
live years the assessed valuation of
property In (ho oast end suburb had
more than doubled.
Five years ago. so tho tax books
record, tiie" total, assessed valuation
of.,property In the district was $800,
000, and today It amounts to $1,717,
000. Tho subject of hotter roads' was
brought up. tiut when tho two su
pervisors and the engineer had lln
Ished explaining the nlmost Impos
sible stunts that' the' money avullnblo
for such work was expected to do
there was a general agreemont that
all iinnds would have to wait.
The proposed location for the new
tiro station was shown to the visitors
nnd met .with 'their approval.
The club .presented the, fnct that
the Knlmukl Ijind Company hud built
cloven miles of road In tho district
ut a cost of $33,000.
These roads were built of tho mate-
I rial on the. ground nnd were perfectly
satisfactory If roads of thTs. kind nro
uuni uy me city mey win no satisfac
tory. Supervisor tow Btnted that within
a short time he would havo n state
ment ready -for publication showing
nil the rond"work which hud been
done by thq board during the ilrst six
nullum ui iiiu year, nnu uero stnteu
t,hnt he would 'havo the unit cost fig
ured out soon.
NEW REFRIGERATOR FOR ,
MORGUE HAS ARRIVED
Tho rofrlgerntor that Is to bo placed
In the new morgue has arrived und
wns being brought to the building this
morning. It Is one of the most up-to-date
systems of keeping bodies for tiny
length of tlmo thnt Is In existence, nnd
Is the munner In which tho work Is
carried out In New York nnd other big
When this Is In plnco nnd tho freez
ing Is started thero will ha room for
six bodies. Kuch of theso will Ho nn
u tray and ench will hnvo Its separate
compartment, tiio trays run on roll
ers and are very easy to handle. It Is
estimated that In our climate It will
only take nhout four hundred pounds
of Ico n week to keep it running In
In New York n photograph of ench
body h trflten and placed outside the
door of tlio compartment where It lies,
This skives a lot of opening of the
doors for morbid curiosity.
It Is felt that there nro n grent mint
her of cases In which such a thing has
been necessary hero nnd when 'bodies
have had to bo hurled without their
Identity being discovered.
IN TIIK qiHCUlT COUUT OP TIIK
First Judicial Circuit, Territory of llu
vvull, At Chambers. In Probate. Ill tho
matter of tho Kututo of Jane Ctirrlu
pnukaula, deceased. On reading und
filing' tho petition and uccnuiits of
Henry Williams of tho City nnd County
of' Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii,
wherein he asks in liri allowed tlio sum
or .r,17.t7, nnd charges himself ivvlth
the sum of $700, -nnd nsks that tho snmn
may ho examined and approved, nnd
thnt a Until uider may bo made or dis
tribution of tho propel ty remaining lu
lilt, hands to tho persons thereto 'enti
tled, pud dUt-burglng him and his sure
lies finiu ull further! responsibility as
snch administrator; It Is Ordered' that
Tuesdfty, the Mh dny of September,
1911, nt 10' o'clock n. tnt beforo tl)o
Judgo of said Court at the courtroom of
tho said Court at' Honolulu nfnresald,
ho nnd the same lioieby Is uppnliitiMl
us tho, time and place for heating s.ild
petition nnd accounts, nnd thnt unper
sons Inlet ested may then nnd there np-pent-
nnd show cause, If any they have,
why tie sumo should nut bo granted,
und may present cvldtuco ns to vvhn
ure entllhei to tho said property. Dat
ed ut Honolulu this SStli day nf July,
J911. llv the Court: A K AONA,
Clerk. Holmes, Stiinlcy & Olson, ut,
torneys for administrator.
490 July 28; Aug. i, II, 18.
Bottled In Bond
JULE8. PERCHAHD3 & FILS'
CALIFORNIA SPARKLING WINE8
We D.llver to Any Psrt of the City
ROSA & CO.,
'Altket and Queen Street!
Ml IA1I AT ALL MAU
I acific J
KING AND NUUANU STREETS
Cream Pure Rye
L 0 V X J 0..Y AHD 00.
' J.. . ! ' 1
You'll And they're all good fal
"It's the Fashion
Hotel nr. Fort
D. H. Daviei, Prop.
leads all others in ser
viceability. It is acid, water
and fire resitting.
Why experiment with an
Imitation when Ruberoid
costs no more?
Lewers & Cooke,
, 177 8. KINQ STREET
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. CJ,m
Horses Mules and
MULES DROKEN TO HARNESS
DO NOT PUT IT OFF USE
Pau Ka liana
Will Do It
Wank books of nil sorts,
etc., manufactured by the
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