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CVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T.'H., FRIDAY, AUO. 11, 1911,
Whitney & Marsh,
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BIJOU BILL FAILS
MONDAY, TUE8UAY, WEDNESDAY
Was it a mistake or not a mistake?
The Government chemist stated, that a sample of
ur ice cream contained only 3.6 per cent. biittcrtatJ
If the chemist is right, then we violated the law,
are open to
We deny in
as 1.6 ner cent. or 10 per. cent tor
The chemist simply got his trolley on the wrong
wire. He probably got our sample mixed with some
milk sample. t .
We challenge the chemist to arrest and convict us
of selling ice cream below standard.'
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MP ANESE PLAN
I TO GREET LINER
, Thousand of Japanese of Hawaii
flre dally becoming more and mnro In
terested In tho arrival of tho line new
Toyo Klscn Knlsha liner Shlnyo Maru,
the lust work in shipbuilding In tho
Castlo & Cooke, the local agents for
' the T. K. K.. announce tho S. S. Shln
yo Maru will commence her maiden
voyage on or about tho 26th of this
month, replacing the S. S. Nippon
Maru on her homeward voyago No. St
Arrangements will bo made to
transfer passengers and cargo at
This steamer Is a sister ship of tho
8. 8. Tenyn Maru, and tho 8. S. Chlyo
Maru, of the same tonnngo (31,000
tons) and speed (21 knots) anil Is fit
ted with Parson's stenm turbine en
gines and triple propellers. Several
improvements hate been made on this
steamer for tho convenience and com
fort of passongcrs, a special fenturo
being a palm garden on the bridge
Thoro is a tentative, plan on foot
among local Juimncso for a reception
lo be held on board the vessel during
its stay at this port.
; FOR WASTE OIL
But very llttloioi) goes to wasto on.
- , , , , t tibuii'uubj mimiiiK I'll nnuiinus hiiii.u. in., i liicil
surface nf Honolulu harbor thesp dayHVhcrinrrosts aro"oxpocted to' follow' Total wlnby movement during 24
mainly duo to thc care exorcised by at atiy time from now on. houin ended nt noon. 164 miles.
Our Sale Has Been Well Patronized During the Past
We have a large shipment of goods "just received ex "Wilhelmina." I(V The throngs which filled our store
every day last week testify to the wonderful values we are offering. .,,. Ouri stock is verjr complete; our
values are such as have never been offered before. We will not quote prices. " Goods ar& all marked in
plain figures. A visit will convince you that this is the place to buy. Terms cash only.
L. B. KERR CO., Ltd., Alakea Street
toto that our ii
watchful vessel masters ns well as
the eternal vigilance of territorial
port (illlclalu who have been engaged
to guard against the careless han
dling of fuel oil at Iho Krt. I
Iteccntly large dripping pans hao
been provided by the port for use at
wharves, where fuel oil Is either dis
charged or being turned Into tho tanks
of waiting vessel. I
Tho largo pans proved n protection
of possible contamination of thp
sitrfnco of tho harbor In the instance
or tho American oil tanker Santa Ma:
rla which canio Into port yesterday
wiln forty-llvo thousand barrels
Captain' Curtis made It his business
to sco that none or tho oil went Into
the water. However Honolulu Is not
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times covered with a surfneo which
Btalns all craft riding at anchor. '
Tho law ngalnst allowing oil to cs-
caio from steamers Into tho water Is
being strictly enforced at San I'e-
dro. Just before sailing for Umpqua
in...... f.......,r '.in.,ii,i ,(..
her Captain ttcslprlahl. master o
Hip steamer San Oabrlel, was served
wnn a nouco inai no was cnargen
with tho offense, but as tho vessel
was ready for sea ho was allowed to tho lads rault. Tho driver was look
proeccd with Iho understanding that Inn Mralght ahead and naturally would
unon his return a wnrrant would bo not bo watching tlio road behind him.
prv.,i n,,nn him i.n.i mpmlipra nf hi1
MAY BE MORE ARRESTS
As prophesied In tho 1 u 1 1 o 1 1 n
Food Commissioner Edward B. Ulan-
chard made some more arrests yes-
tho Ico .cream question.!' This llrao
it, was K. Nigal. 'of H82niotol strwit
nn'd -Knllnro Sunlfugf who carries 'on
a business al.ini sown uoici street.'
Tho wnrrants wero sworn out at'
Ihreo o'clock and tho Japanese woro
arrested and charged with selling
adulterated food, tho food of courso
being Ico .cream., . (
During today tho commissioner was
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cream ever tested as
John 'Mlntal. n young Portuguese
boy, was f mi over Ibis morning at 11:30
by u large dray imil received serious
.Iji'r.c The accident'
rnrreil at tlio corner nt Merchant and
Young Uulnliil was riding along on
bis bicycle, golnic Walklkl with tho
I urn), me) on attempting to push lie
,wct,n lll heavy moving wagon and
"" "'" 'n.ing in ironi or uisiinp
rear rlirtit wheel of tho druy. Ills cries
weri. lcnr, y thc ,irvcr, mt toe. Into
to stop hi animals. The heavy wheel
imhscd directly over the boy's luick,
crushing it and causing serious Internal
Ho wa rUhe,l Immediately to tho
queens llnipltnl lor treatment In tho
According lo tbo boy's-nwn statement
anil those of witnesses, It was entirely
Tho space between the auto and
dray, through which Quintal tried to
pass, was four feet.
1 villi nfloa IT a lUnntltni. tliivnnn
Tempcraturos. 6 a. m.. 76; 8 n. m
SO; JO ft.- pi., 81; noon, S3; morning
minimum, ,76. 3 ;,'
Haromctar, 8 in. i.. M.00; absolulo
humidity, 8 am., S7.326 grains ic'r
cuiucifoot; rclailvo humidity, 8 a. m.
67 per cent; dow-pnlnt, 8 a. m., 68.
Wind. 6 a. m.. velocity 3, direction
K; 8 a. m., velocity 8, direction NIC;
10 a, m velocity 10, direction Kj
noon,, velocity 12, direction NB.
Rainfall during 24 hours ended 8
4 1 1.
TO KEEP UP PACE
The program presented nt the HI
Jou liiRt night wh not tip to I ho rec
ord thin houso Iihb been making late
ly. The week-end bill Is weaker than
when It started, largely becauso the
two bis features havo not kept up
their reputation for versatility.
Duko Johnson anil Mao Wells, tho
ciovcr -song ami dnnco nrusis,- nanco
as nicely, but their songs last night
wcro not now, and the repetition of
old stuff Is not tho best wny In tho
world for'n house to piny to capacity
audiences. Johnson worked llko a
trojim and succeeded In pulling off
some good stuff with his Umber legs
and nimble 'feet, lint tho songs wcro
far below par.
Tho Dell trio presents n'n ordinary
bit of work. Tho-tenor did not, try to
yodol, but contented himself with
singing' n coon .song that. did not get
Mr. Tho real hit of Inst night was
tho basso, who showed .a ntimisual
rn'ngo of voice, although his song, too,
was an ancient one,
AT EMPIRE THEATER
Tho Umpire theatre 'presents llttlo
.change In Ihclr program for' the last;
hair of 'the 'Week, litilo O'MiUlcy Is
fringing very badly, mid' Iho best part.'
or her turn last night was a Spanish
dance, at least It had a suggestion
of Spanish In It, duo lo n tambourine
and a scarlet scarf. The danco Itself
Is about Iho same ns Miss O'Mnllo'y
has been giving In a number of' varied
Tho Ilccco' trio are lis good as over
but aro doing Jimt what they've
done over slnco coming here.
It Is this lack of a chango that Is
Iho drawback to thc bills not the
same name on the show-hills. If (ho
performers would show somo now
things, the Btory would bo different.
TNngal and K Sunlfiigl, tho two
Japancao merchants, ordered nricsted,
by Food Commissioner. K. II. Illincli-
aj-d, yesterday afternoon, for vlolut-
Ing tho law by selllug ico, cream not
up to the .standard required pleaded
guilty and had their sentences aus
icnipil for six mouths.
K. Hiinlfuzl hait boon In btiHlneKS.
but ono montlu and duo to his Is-
will deal rathor,1enlcnt(ly, towards' him, A I t"Unl onr I tn
upon the flnal afrtxingcof sentence, t
Ho was Warned, howovor, that Many t lines Just at tho critical mo
ihould Illanchnrd find In tho future, mViit,'tholno'st-unexpected thing hap
hls Ico cream was not mi to, the mark .. ...,. u .i wiim..ii,v m,t nt
fo1 alAt ,L,iteC',,.1 h WU,d,Fort' .Slmftcr. Company F divided
Lc dealt, most, sevorly with. i ,.,.,- , ..!.. -.i ,i.
Any dealers arrested , from now on.' ;''"" 'W. Tho 'Joys and the
will not have a suspension of sen- "Olnoms' pulled nrf a game of ball on
lenco granted them except in extra- the parade ground unparalleled for
ordinary Instances. ,iu npoctaculnr plays and hairbreadth "put-
Tho sentences of 'tho Japanese wero outs" by. tiny gome seen In tho post?
suspended as they wcro arrested on fr vrP'kK past. The batteries had
the. sum day George, fi. SchwclzcrV
case came up and
henrd beloro their arrest, tho suspen-
nlii m9 !! ArfnM fttnl ttlAa lhsf jl
havo Pleaded, for tho samo courtesy
oxtendod them. From, now on ovory
merchant Bhould know Iho caso of Jew vorK-nucago gnmo or juv.
8chwelzcr will not bo used us n pro- A Pitchers' Battle. , I
cedent. Tho batteries were "Bunco" Drews
Tho charges against F. Kn lco nnd nnfl "Windjammer" Case, for the Joys,
Sam l'linlhuolo. for battery woro wllh- wlMo ,.w,)n(lcr.. Kcen nt)lI 'Curley"
drawn nnd tholr names Blrlckcn from Oop ,,, (hc work for e O00m, Tll9 '
he calendar 'The assaults proved , -h , , from 8tnrt
tn bo so minor, It was deemed not ?',';;, ,.,,,,,
worth while to proscclito. lnlh' 'or Buncoj-jwl hi. fade- kv ,
II. L. Whlto, a licensed chauffeur nwny ball, kept the opposing team con- M(
of this city, was arrested Tor driving stoutly guessing The rest of tho llno-!,
a car through tho public thorough- up need not be 'mentioned,' ,but,thej '
fares, minus Its .number. did their iwork uuito the standartlji'
Tho enso was dismissed by Proso- Bpaco docs not permit tho publication ' ''
cutlng Attorney Cnthcart, stating of tho BCOro ,Xor, tu HuW ,at tho' a.
ur tints lift illil on Hid hit IlOllnVeSil ... .-T-
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nnt.- vlnlnin.1- inrhnlealltv nf thn Imv
notlno or sentence should bo Impos-
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cci upon mm.
INTHE LAND OF HARMONY"
Singing- Hoys jusi iToni me
Popular Colored Artists
Mors Singing and Dancing
La Petite Laurie
Marvtl of Flexibility
. , Friday
Introducing Her Faielnatlng 8pnth
Tamborln Danco in Cottumo
Alto Singing "COTTON TIME"
Gorham & Phillips
Artists from Orient, Pretexting a Now
Singing and Dancing Sketch
8eries of MOTION PICTURES
Received by tho Honolulan
ALL FEATURE FILMS
,i. .rPni!lli of Knmson irtid tho sun-
....-, .!.,,. thAtii fpnm Imlli In nml nilt-
lleld could only ngaln ho witnessed on
the diamond of a, professloiml team. In
f"e. " WH " repetition of tho great
Hcorohoiiru out at ino Atnictio I'arK
would not bo large enough to hold Iti .
A'largocri.wd was iiruscni.ta Bce.tlia
.KJV"" 'Ind nil went
t.,'.,uiAAl,.iH.MA,,i 1 ' . I 1. f v
."sipii'7,11"""". i' i i :&;
The Bell Trio,
I A, NEW LINE
ench Voile ' & ; ' --25c yd
Silk Thread Voile - 30c yd
Cobweb Voile - - 35c yd
Cyrano Barred Organdie 15c yd
White and Colored
':j.t.i" Cotton Marquisettes 30c yd
B BEFORE THE CAMPAIGN U8E IKI
Bln IT WILL RID YOUR PLACE OF SJM
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