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EVENING! BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, AUO. 12, 1911.
13 YEARS AGO
Whitney & Marsh,
Was it a mistake or not a mistake?
Tiie Government chemist slated that a sample' of
, our ice cream contained only 3.6 per cent, butter lat. 1
If the chemist is right, then we violated the law,
and are open to prosecution.
We deny in tolo that our ice cream ever tested as
low as 3.6 per cent.- or 10 per cent tor that matter.
t The chemist simply got his trolley on the wrong
wjre. He probably got our sample mixed with some
We challenge the chemist to arrest and convict us
of selling ice cream below standard.
AHEAD OF TIME
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II IIiiyi'H. l.leutenantM John I. Clreen
ijtitl 8. A Turllliilir, i:nsl(5ii furl C.
Chirk, Mlillilluien (Jii. A. Trover nml
I'. 15. Johnson. I'ast AHilHt.int KuiKenii
Kilwiiril U. Iteeil, Assistant l'u master
I'rmik II. aiI:Iiimh nml I'.iy Clerk Ilen
nett. When th Bi1nho.1t ilrew nour tlm
iloek 1111 Inrhlent occurred which proved
the urtul elllclency of Urn new Itinil
niiii'k inUulllu lifebuoy, now Intullcil
on all of tin. Ainerlenii war vessels.
A lend-llno was llunn (from the
rrlni'i'oii timnril tin- pier, inul us Ihu
rnllR left tint hIiIii u. kink In tin- ropo
cniiuht 0110 of these now liunyn, yank
ing It overboard. No sooner Iiml It hit
the water than lltn two iirlKhl torches
blitzed lip full blait, throning a. IlKht
that couhl liu Mi'ii ut nlyht for miles
It wouhl Im a great thins for every
ship to carry mull llfcbuo, which no
on hut 11 lilliul man couhl nilis seeing
In thu dark or night, HlinulilUn person
fall overboard or un thing occur which
would necessitate tho throwing ovir
l.iurd of mm nf Ilia buoys
As It Is now. If a man fell overboard
nod the ordinary lifebuoy wiih Muni;
to him. liu would he unable to seo It In
tho d.irUness mid would nioro than
likely bo ill owned before ntslstunce ar
rived. The luminous buoy doei away
with mull dailiur. due lo a mechanical
preparation coiupoied of acetylene and
phosphorus, which t ikcH tlr uh soon
as water tniii'bi s I' nnd senda two law
flames from mil the I ml. meed torches,
These loicliea burn for sl bourn.
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
. Uchlmurn, rontr.ictor and builder.
Stonework, i leaning; hauling sand,
noil and wood. i:tlin.iteH furnished
Day work iilco. Tel. 3502. Aula rlt,
ut Konlshl More. &00:l-:iiv
must slay In Hawaii nt leant until
they lenri) enough to pass tho literacy
Labor Ralderi Foiled.
Hawall'H labor supply would mi
longer he a temptation to tho Cali
fornia fruit liacker.s or tho Alaska
rnliniirll ntwl efmiii.irfitlli.ti' fi.u. ..fttn.
PL DnflrlilsCn Immigrants air! vine; from Europe
III nllll lYlrll nM liu alilo lo enter tho mainland
MJlu UUUHILiU norts for n venr nr Iwn nnv wuv.
It Is considered' unlikely that Con
gress will knock the provision nut
of tho hill that excent Hawaii. Tho
tills net nhall not apply to aliens nr- hill, according to tho best Infornm-
rlvlnB In tho Philippine Islands, (liinm tlnn lime, Is practically nn agreement
l'orto lllco or Hawaii, hut It any such among tho party lcailern on tho com-
aljens, not having become n citizen mission. At nil events, tho DlllliiK-
ot the United-States, shall later nr- ,uni naturalization bill la now look-
rlyo at any port or place of tho Unit-, ed upon us n potential blessing foi
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ed Stales on the Not Hi American con
tinent, tho pmWsions of this section
Two Reasons for Satisfaction,
Hawaii instead of a disadvantage.
Chicago barred n xurrrnKlit lloat from
liu 1.4.i!lli nf Tiitt irimti f u n 'lfi1n
Two Important reasons nro Muled ,, ,, ,,, , ,,,, ,.., .....i
"' ' ' V """'""" '" In-llBlouH subjects.
., ,i'l ,,iu i,tiii,iiiiiiin mi) lull JJII-
lliiKliurn hill, which excopts Hawaii
fiom tho operation of tho literacy
lest, will bo n stroiiK factor In nlillim
Hawaii to securo nn ample and stahlo
supply of labor.
The first Is Hint inucli moio Knro
penu ImmlRrntlon will ho tuineil this
way. With the Rates of I'.IIIh Island,
tho Kieat entrj' port of tho mainland
tor Ktiropenns, closed against tho
thousands of Illiterates from I'ortu
cat, Spain, Italy and other ICiiropoan
countries, anil with tlm restless tide
of humanity still surKlnK from Ku
ropo nml scekliiK nn outlet, Hawaii
fclmiilil bo nhlo to find plenty of ICuro
peans who will gladly nvnll thorn
scles of tho opportunity to build up
their homes In this territory. Tlm
steamship rnnipaiilcs of thu Atlantic,
In order lo keep up their passenger.
tralllc, will aid Hawaii In securing tho Oentleinan. (rood nppenrnnce, address
ruTi'itn iu:vn.i.i:i) kiuu: semi
bllthdate, tbreu iuestlons, stuinp,
dime for book "Till: HI'HINX."
HUAUINO mm: that will amazunnd
siirprlsa u. Madam Mlib, 1410
Acoma, Hemcr, Colo. C003-H
Today Is the thirteenth anniversary
of KlaK-Italslnir Day In the Islands. On
AiiKiixt 12, 189ft, the republic formally
declared iilleulnnce to the United Ktntes
nf America and the ll.iK Hint was haul
ed dowit by Illount 111 1893 was holt
d lit tlm copilot.
Although the day now Is little but n
date. It still holds many fond memories
for those who tool: part In the stirring
Fcencs of the revolution, establishment,
nf tho republic and annexation
The rtremnnles nf llnn-mlslnc took
place nt the Cnpllol Admlrnl MJllcr,
comniandltiK 'the I'.ieino station, wns
the formal re prerontntlve of tho Unlt-
r,l Rt!tlp4. lreftlili.nl Knllfnrit It. t)nln
of the rcpithlh' swori iilleKlalice to the!
United Stnte, til oith helm; ndmln
Mend by ('lilrf' Jutl -o Judd.
MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY
The Bell Trio
"IN THE LAND OF HARMONY"
Those HIiirIiii; Hoys Just I'l'imi the
'Frisco Odeon .
There were few eases nn the cnl
cinlrT today nml limit of thoio were
Jiiines Knwelo, cliarReil with Intent
to Mil, hnil bis ch.irKe made lenient by
I'rosecutliut Attorney Ciithcnrt, who
I'liaiiKed It to asiaiilt and battery. He
uns senlenced to nine months' Impris
onment. Knwelo wns nrrcsted for bent
lliK ii person, without prnwicntlon, on
the head with n beer bottle, 'splitting
the scalp In many places, necessitating
the Insertion of mall) stitches.
For driving nil auto without n li
cense, f. II. Clark was nrrestcd nnd
lined 15 and costs. Clark Is n chauffeur
of Wnti rtown.
Popular Colored Artiste
More Singinj and Dancing
La Petite Laurie
Marvel of Flexibility
N?W FILMS NEW FILMS
Monday Wednesday Friday
WILL SETTLE HOMESTEAD
QUESTIONS IN COURT
Tho Miiestlon of whether the home
steaders ',t Kawlkl 3. Hawaii, being.
remseu -tncir patent riRius is rigni or
not may bo settled In the courts. The
government expecteil that this would
happen and Attorney-Oencral Lindsay
said yesterday afternoon that It was
just what tho government wanted.
There is nothing of the personal ele
ment In the matlir, but somu points
which have never been passed on will
lio s ttlod onco nnd for nil.
Tho attorney-general Is at work on
the points which he Imagines will con
stitute the nppent from tho Circuit
Court of Hawaii to tho Supremo Court
here, and is getting a number of au
"I believe the Territory will bo nblo
to establish Its right to require nioro
thnn n merely technical compllaiico
with the requirements Impnsisl upon
settlers under the land laws," said ho.
"Tho sooner the matter can bo gotten
through the courts the better the ad
ministration will bo pleased, because,
no matter how tho cases go, the results
will be helpful In determining condi
tions for future land openings."
Monday Tuesday Wednesday
Lottie O'Malley '
Introducing Her Fascinating Spanlih
Tamborlne Dance In Costume
Also 8lnglng "COTTON TIME"
Gorham & Phillips
Artists from Orient, Presenting a New
Singing and Dancing Sketch
New Series of MOTION PICTURES
Received by the Honolulan
ALL FEATURE FILMS
FOKTUNi: FltHK Mnll blrthdnto,
three questions, live two-cent stamps
for postage. Heading sent freo re
vealing Stents of tho future. Prof,
Ueriiiiin.'llox SIS llnglewood, Colo.
The other chief i onion Is that tho
Immigrants who come hero will no
Inngor bo nhlo to stay a slioit wlillo
and tlicii leavo for thu mainland. They
nnd capability, would llku commercial
nr clerical position In Honolulu In
exchnntso for country. Address "Kn
ergitlc," Uiillitln oftlce.
PUNAHOU FIRE INQUEST
FINISHED UP TUESDAY
Tho preliminaries of tint I'unaliou
(lro Inquest were i:ono through yester
day nfternoon In Sheriff Jarrett's olllco
nnd the final hearing ordered to be
postponed until next Tuesday nfter
noon. A few witnesses wero present nt yes
terday's hearing, and made somo short
statements of Utile consequence. Among
the witnesses wero I M ward Mny of tho
Hawaiian Kledrlt! Company; nrwln,'
the plumber, nnd his hilper, Stanley
Stephenson's painting foreman, M. Kl
oiaba.aiul Antono Slva.
Tuesday's meeting will bo final nnd
nil the stuti inents are to he In full
ltesered Seats for center nnd wings
of grandstand can be bonked at V.. O.
Hall & Hen's sporting department Ihi-j
trance. King street.
Tickets on sale nt XI, A. flutist's
Cigar Store from 1 p in. Saturday to
11 a, m. Sunday.
Sunday, August 13
1:30 HAWAIIS vs. P. A. C.
3i30 J. A. C. vs. 3TAR3
Prices ...35c, 25c, 15c, 10o
Jennie 1'elllcenrl, proprietress of tho
Hot's Nest, n notoiious resort off Chat
ham Squaie, New York, was strangled
to death mid bur diamonds torn from
her ears. i
-BlILLFTIM ado ov-
n u 1 1 c 1 1 ii, Editorial ltoom I'honr
2185. Ilu lie tin lluslurss Ofilce
TUESDAY, Aug. 1 5
Dupoinne Silk, all shades,
25c a yard
Dotted Soie Raye Silk.
25c a yard
Nearsilk Foulard, all shades,
20c a yard t
See Our Window Display
VBa IK) NOT Pl)TK' IWYINfl A IKI
Wf tiik i'i:itri:cT ni'ST cloth XtVB
JHf Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd., Ill
IMI Fort and Hotel Streeto 1A
Weekly Bulletin, SI Year
Our Sale Has Been Well Patronized During the Past
We have a large shipment of goods just received ex "Wilhelmina." The throngs which filled our store
every day last week testify to the wonderful values we are offering. Our stock is very complete; our
values are such as have never been offered before. We will not quote prices. Goods are 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
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