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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, THURSDAY, AUQ. 17, 1911.
Geary Street, above Union Squnie
Juit o polite Uotet St FftlKu
European Plan fl.CO a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish.
Ings coat $JIH),00U High class
liott'1 at moderate rates Omnibus
meets all trains ami steamers
Hotel Stewart now recognized us
Hawaiian Island headquarters.
Cable address, "Travv eta" A II. C
Code. Reservations made through
.Trent Trust Co , Tort Street,
Hotel St. Francis
Union Square, San Franciico
Under the Management of
F ACI1 tlio beautiful park
In (lie lir.nrt of die eltj,
which U Hie tlitnlro (if
(lie pilndp.il cunt nl
the fainntis fcMlialj if S.m
Fr.iiiiNco, (Ids holt-l, In en.
vlroniiicut mid nlmosphrrr, n
lirciM'S liio.it pleasantly I In'
rumrnrtnlilu spirit of old C'al
'Hie royalty and nobility m
Hie Old World and Hie Far
Fmt and Iho men of high
rlileTemrnt In America who
misFiiilile here contribute (o the
rosutopollliin atmosphere of a a
Institution which represents
(he hoHplUIII) and Indlildiial
II) of Sin Fr.tncNrn to the
'I lie building, nliltli marks
the f.irllust adi.mee of science
In senlre,. has mill the largest
riip.iell) of mi) lintel structure
lu the Hoi, and upon romple.
Hon of the 1'oxt blriet annex
will be the largest dint tannery
In the world.
whim: tiik sKitvirK is tt..
USUAL, 1IIH l'KH'KS AKK
Eurofcan.Plan from $2 00 Ui
Emma, Above Vineyard
l'ntronlytri by pert-ons nt
refinement. lEnoms sluglo
or di suite, wllli or vvllh-
ii t hath
MISS JOHNSON, Prop.
IS V()l V, VVT A IIOOM AT
nuniwi snpTr.Mnr.it. you had
iii:tti:k hi:m in a out nami:.
AI,t. TAKHN I'Olt AUGUST
Rooms and Board
Phonc-2026. P. 0. Box 488
CIQAR HOW Is
GTWST CO Ate nt
' NEV DRUG STORE
Well Stocked with New Drugs and
BORA WATKR l'OUNTAIN
HAWAII DRUG CO.
42 Hotel'Streot, at end of Bethel
I INC GREAT BENJAMIN COMPOUND
Stomach and Liver
Cures the Kidneys.
von Hamm- Young
Pionrcn anil lenders in
the Automobile Eniinesi
Agents for suck woll-known can
s Packard. I'ope-Hurtford, Stevens-
Duryea, Caillllne, Tliomas Klyer,
tlulck, Overland, linker Klcctrlc, and
Supplies & Repairing
For the BEST RENT CARS In h
city, ring up
OLDSMOBILH, No. 401
RENAULT, No. 404
LAMDAULCT, No. 6S0
C. H. BEHN
BCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
Uto n PREST-O-LITE TANK on
your Automobile and save Generator
Acetylene Light and
Agency Co., Ltd.
The BICYCLE DEALER and HE
FAIRER, has moved to
180 KINO STRUT
New location Red front, near
7oung Building. Telephone 2518.
COTTON CREPE SHIRTS, KIMONOS
1213 TORT ST., ABOVE BERETANIA
DRY GOODS FOR ECONOMICAL
Yee Chan & Co.
Gents' Dry Goods
KAM CHONG CO.
Corner Fort and Beretanta Streets
FINE LINE OF DRY 000DS
WAH YING CHONG
King Street, Ewa Fishmarket
Wing Chong Co.
KINU M, NEAR BETHXI
Dealen In Furniture. Mattresses,
etc., etc. AH kinds of XOA and Mil
b'lON FURNITURE made to order,
" - FINEST FIT
And Cloth' of !A1 Quality Cm a
i Purchased from t
F. 0. Bo? 901 Telephone 1731
IMPORTERS OF ORIENTAL GOODS
841 Nuuanu. near Kins; Street
-Fine Line of
At the' New Hardware Stors
CITY HARDWARE CO.
King mid Nuunnu Streets
II ti 1 1 hi In TdlforJ.il lloom Phone
ISIS,"). II ii I It-tin iiuslm-sa OflUo
Treasurer's Activities for Bond
Issue Attract Favorable
Tieasuror I). I.. Coiikllng Is getting
mori aluablo publicity for Hn w nil
than almost tiny other liullvldunl In
the Islands Just now Conkllng's litis-
tlllig work for Die $1,500,000 bond la-
sue, together .with his boosts for Hit-
wall generally, necupy columns of tho
mainland piesa, and thin Territory
and Iti needs and nchle omenta me
i relented to tho public In n Btinlght
Tlie New York Sun consorvntlvo to
n degree, prints a column about Conk
Hub and Hawaii In Its Issuo of July
22. Tho Sun says:
D I.. CoukllnR, Treasurer of tho
Teirltory or Hnwall, la a lioomor; ho
wouldn't be nil tho way oer hero In
Now York selling I per cent Hawaii
an territorial bonds If he wasn't Rut
bo Is not one of that kind of real Wes
tern boomeis who tell stories of vvnt
ci melons used to spilnkln tho streets
lu (hey Wolf or of alfalfa In Okla
homa that Rrows so fast It chokes tho
cowr In tho pasture. Tho Hawaiian
Illy needs no pnlntliiR, ncemdliiR to
Mr. ConklliiR's cieed.
Yes Hawaiian territorial 4 per cent
londs, that's what brnuuht him heio
and any day jou maj llnd him at tho
Hotel llelmont icady to answer nuos
thins InuchlnR upon the vnltto of these
I per cents, ns Investments. If you
nsk ipiestlons nliout our little sister
of the palms nut In the Pacific Mr.
Conkllng will answer them without
Mils He used lo.bo a newspaper man
In Honolulu before the e.ililo Rot tbcro
and tho papers did not hao to wreck
themselves in) Iiir telcRrnpb tolls
lliercfoie ho knows tho Island of Onlui
and nil tho rest of tho Rroup back
ward and forward,
'The boy has outgrown his old suit
of clothes nnd ho needs another bad
1," Is the explanation Mr. ConkllnR
rIcs for the ueecHslty of tho IssuIiir
of thco tenltorlal bonds. "Wo'io
riowIiir so fast down there In the
Inlands that wo hacn't been nblo to
keep up with ourselves, so wo'io bor
rowing money on out (list class cio
dlt to spend In (King ourtfelvos up
with snmo necessities.
"Tlicro nto $t 500,000 worth of Ihco
bonds mi tho market. Tho entire
public debt of tho Territory of Ha
waii, Including these bonds when they
nie sold, will bo only $3,5011,(1(10. That's
pretty Rood when you stop to con
sider that tho assessments of tho Ter
ritory inn about $153,000,000.
"Tho money that wo ralso on Hicbo
bonds Is roIiir right into public Im
provements. Tho water and sower
systems of Honolulu need extension
Within tho last two years between
5(10 nnd 000 now homes havo been
built nn tho outskiits or Honolulu mid
tho town Is growing away beyond Its
oilglual limits. Then thoro nio tho
roads lu tho Islands always good, but
needing extension and lepalr. Tho
Teirlloiial Legislature has already
upptopriated $150,000 Tor tho pur
chase of piopcrty within tho city of
Honolulu for tho erection of neces-
t-nrj buildings for the Collcgo of Ha
wall; wo want to put $75,000 Into thoso
buildings nt tho start.
"Another nccosslly down In tho Isl
ands Is tho Improvement of tho lini
I or nnd dock facilities lu Honolulu
Wo nntlelpato a doubling and tripling
of our trade and of tho number of
steamers that will put Into our har
lor after tho Panama Canal Is open
ed. Tho 1'edernl Government takes
caro of our outer hnilior, but It Is up
to the Tenltorlal Government to maKo
Honolulu harbor capable of accomuio
dating nil of tho Inci eased business
tlmJ, will smcly como our way when
tho big ditch Is dug."
Tho Tenltorlal Treasurer snld that
tho prciKindcrenco of tho population
of tho Islands was still with the Orl
cntnls; there nio about 00,000 o(
Ibeso, as against 25,000 whites. Hut
ho Chinese, he said, wcio slinwlu;
themselves more nnd inoio nnicndablo
to Anicilcnnlnllon. They wero woi
fliy citizens, good laborers and peace
nblo residents. One native bom Chi
noso, whoso nnine is Tony Alilo, was
gi.iiluntcd from Oxford In Hnglnnil
and Is now u member of tho highest
court in China
"Tho effoit of tho Teirltory to bring
ovor n lot of Russians to do tho labor
on tho plantations a liltlo moro than
n year ago wab a failure, Mr, Conk
ling said. "Thoy enmo fiom Haibln
In Manchuria, and tho Territory paid
Iholr paSFngo out, When tho got Micro
the Russians wero not satisfied, quit
their jobs and drifted back to Man.
(Inula or over in San Finnclsco and
I'oitland. Labor Is a big problem In
Hawaii; wo need all iho white, lab
orers wo can pet.
"TJio Japanese In the Islands nroon
tho decrease, Much that has been
wilttou about tho meuaco of tho Jap
anese fiom within Is twaddle. We
do nut consider them n menace, and
wo should bo Iho bebt Judges of this
Mtunllnn. Tho Jupjneso'voto Incroas- laigo shipment of coal before lesiim-;
ed 200 per cent between tho je.im Ing tho long Journey aeioss Iho Pael
iims nn,i mm. lint Hmt .ifinnn't nlirnlfv ftc to Honolulu. Tho Shornian should
much Tv.i, native born .Inpauoso vot
ed In ll'oS and nix voted tvyo years
Tho Hawaiian hoomer was askel
nbout tho progress of tho vvoik on tho
I defence) of Iho Islands He said Hint
when tho l'enrl Harbor works. Includ
ing tho largest drv dmk In Ainerl
enn tirrltmy, ,eie completed nnd the
nitous batteries for Dlninnnd Head
Walklkl and other places manned by
tho 15,1)00 Infantrymen and nrtlllery
men scheduled by the War Depart.
mint Iho Islands would ho safe against
any conceived naval strength, Tho
rioveriimeiit would spend JlD.noO.OUij
on l'enrl Hnrlior bcfoio It beenmo tho
completed linvnl base of the Pacific,
"And you may say Hint Hnwall Is
no forgotten byway," Mr. Conkllng
added. "Heeolpts from Iho Tcrrltoij
paid Into Iho lVdernl Treasury silica
annexation nmoiint to nbout $18,000,
000 lu customs. Intertill revenue nn 1
coriKirntlon taxes. In the flscnl ycaf
of 1910 Unwell paid Into the Trea
sury moro than tlneo times tno total
nmuunt collected fiom Arizona, Nov
Mexico, Porto Uleo the Philippines
and Alaska. That Is somo Indication
of the business we do down theio."
TELLS OF GOOD
Hdltor n von I n k llulletln:
All good cltlrciiB of Hawaii, when they
rind n moment's lull In the onrush
of loinl events, which tiro at present
of tho threo-sixed, sliding geur,
transmission uitlety, should devoid
those lulls, which nio few and far bo
twecn nnd getting moro so every day,
to tho Incubation of some boost
sihcme. or promotion stunt.
Such n moment enmo to mo yester
day, nnd for tho object of promotion
t would suggest the following:
At snmo point In tho Promotion
Committee rooms thoro be placed n
series of Hawaiian Island views, eac't
one to bo of one of tho attractive
spots of tho group, such as tho Pali,
tho Volcano, lao Valley, Itatnbow
Kails, and In fact, any special feature
that the tourist would possibly bo in
terested In. I,et these lows bo of
fairly good sire, nnd each placed In
a stall by itsilf, under n reflected
Jlghti and to bo lowed through a
lens that will magnify many times
tind bring out beauties that would
otherwise fall to catch the eye.
Atongsldo of each view might bo
placed tin, Information card giving tho
locality of the subject, the best routo
to 'get I there, transportation charges,
alio and hotel rales, tlm tlmo consum
ed In making n round trip to tbut
point nnd othor Inforinntlon that
would not only bn helpful to n tourist
hut a temptation' us well.
Honolulu, Aug. 14.
Tho Septembor number of tho Mid
Patllic Is now out nnd for snlo at tho
various book stalls In tho city. Tho
leading nrllcle, entitled "Hale.tkala
the House of the Sun God," by Mr.
I'ord, tho manager of tho magazine, Is
filled Willi intoiest in every Hue. Mr.
I'oid places tho great wondor of tho
Island of Maui so clearly before the
reader that, with tho accompanying
plctmes, ono can almost grasp tho
grandeur of It nil fiom tho pages of
ltegetta Hay In tho mld-Paclllc, nnd
what It means to tho people of thesu
Islands, la given special nttentlon In
a well written article.
There aro many other articles with
Illustrations that aro of great Inter
est to peoplo living right hero In Hn
wall and will be much moio so to
those, living on tho mainland.
Mld-Paclllc for September Is n
splendid number, and should bo pont
to ono's friends on tho malnlnnd.
Tho Hawaiian Hand vvMl glvo a pub
lic concert this evening commencing
at 7:30 at the Hawaiian Hotel. Tho
March Manh ittun nench Sousn
Overdue Ivan Conterno
Chorus Taniihnuser ....... Wagner
nemlnlscenccs of All Nntlons
Vocal Hawaiian Songs
Arr. by Horger
Medley Tho Host or tho Hunch...
Waltz Tho Sourco ,Waldteafcl
Polka -Red and Hlack ,. Cooto
Tho Star Spangled Ila,nnor.
Transport Sherman on the Way.
lleforo tho trnnsport Sherman sail
ed fiom Manila It wns loportod that
applications for transportation to tho
United Stntes exceeded tho number
who had been allotted accommoda
tion, nt a rptlo or nbout thrco to one.
Tho Sherman sailed fiom Manila on
last Monday nnd spent tho following
day nt MnrlveloH uunrautlno whoio
Hoops weio lemoved for disinfection.
Tho trans)ort Is now on tho way to
V.ir.nnll T.imiii nl.il U.111 Timlllllll'
remain Iheie threo dnvs taking on a
on or union nL-piuiiiuc-r
Inter-Island nnd O. R. ft U Shipping
linrtlra tnr HnlM Hi the 11 11 1 1 a 1 1 U
0ince. 50o eucu.
FOR PAST YEAI
Secretary Wood Shows Im
mense Amount of Advertis
ing Being Done.
Widespread wmk by the Hawaiian
Promotion Coiiimllteo Is shown In n
report from Its secretary, 11. P. Wood,
madfl to Chairman (1, l-'rcd Hush, and
submitted .to tho Chamber of Com
merce tit Its annual meeting yestcr
Secretory Wood rovlows tho work
of tho (ommlttco fur tho past year. He
showed that the work of tho commit
tee now reaches every pnrt of the
globe, that literature advertising Ha
waii can bo found nt Cairo nnd tho
Nile ns well us nt Sun Krnnclseo and
New York, nnd that tho otllco hero Is
keeping tho world supplied with read
ing matter about the Islands.
Tho committee malls approximately
a thousand pieces of matter dally. In
addition to this, Secretary Wood notes
that many lecturois nro nt work. Ho
ltv. Charles A. Payne, who Is much
sought nfter for Chnntiiuuua pro
grams throughout tho United States.
rranklln Matthews, tho brilliant
correspondent of tho New York -Sun.
llev. Henry I. Stark of the Itomnn
Catholic University at Washington ,
Lloyd Chllds with his company of
Ilev. Dr. Wndninn, ono of Havvnlls
most earnest workers. a
Prof. Cleo. II. llarton, Miss Mary
Maxwell and others.
llev. Rowland U. Dodge of Wnllnkti,
on his recent trip lo jsow laigiauu
gav en great ninny IcituroH on Hawaii,
distributing a largo number of our
llev. Mr. Turner of Mnknwno will
soon bo leaving on nn extended trip
and will tako with him over ono hun
dred of our best slides with which wo
may rest assured ho will do good
Tho lectures given during "The
World In lloston imposition" Illus
trated by moving picture 111ms nnd
slides under the management or llev.
Mr. Oloson nttrncted n great deal of
Hrnest Kant and his troubadours
advertised Hawaii lory thoroughly
thioughoiit Austtalla and New Zea
land on their recent trip.
Speaking of the volumo of advertis
ing done, ho says:
Five thousand conies of n special
circular wore distributed among the
delegates to tho National Hducatlonal
Association, which recently met nt sun
Sevcrnl thousand selected postal
cards wcio sent nut In a general
louud-iip of old nihil esses with good
Twenty thousnnd copies of n spe
cial illustrated mulling card, "Winter
Sports lu Hawaii." wero distributed
among railway and steamship agents.
Two thousand copies of tho snmo
subject on u largo card were sent out
special message card was mailed
to some llfteon thousand bank of
ficials, again with excellent results.
In all, homo tlfty thousand signed
special letters havo been sent out dur
ing the year to various parties Heal
ing with dlflerent Bulijects. Wo luivo
found from experience that this
method of ndioi Using Is most ef
fective. In dur campaign of advertising tho
11)11 Plural P.iiado wo dlstiibiited 10,-
000 posters, 5000 5x8' reductions, 20,-
000 nostnl cauls and no.ooo slithers
besides scverul thousand copies of
The foregoing wns In nddltlon to
tho distribution through regular chau
nets ot our standard olllccs.
Twenty thousand copies of tho 5x8
mall Ing cuid advertising tho Volcano
of Kllauea. n design for which was
nceepted at tho, last weekly meeting
of tho committee will ho mailed during
tho coming month.
Air. Wood speaks of tho various ex--curslous
planned for the islands, but
which did not mutcrhil7o for oiui
reason or another, but emphasizes the
fact that tho value of tho advertising
gained thereby Is Immense.
In closing, ho thanks tho press of
tho city as follows:
In conclusion I should not fnll to
Rtnto that tbeoiicouragement and help
given tho coinmlttco by tho local
press nt nil times has piovcn of the
the vory greatest assistance. Without
It Indeed wo would bo badly handi
capped. VULCANIZING COMPANY
Tho articles of Incorporation In con
nection with tho Kershner Vulcaniz
ing Company, Limited, wero tiled at
tho ollko of tho Treusuicr yesterday.
Tho capital is $10,000, divided up in
to 500 shares or $20 each. Tho first
officers nio: President, J. W. Kersh
ner; vlcc-prosldent. A. A. Wilder; sec
l clary, I 13. Thompson; treusuior,
Ada M. Korsbuor; auditor, W. II.
Adit M. Kershner In consideration or
$7500 lias teslgucd her Intoiest in tho
piesent business on Alakea street,
and made It ovor to tho now coin
puny. Tho amount Is made up ot 'Ml
fully paid up shares. Hacb of tho
other olllcors mentioned have olio
share each. This lunkes a total or .'175
shines Issued out or 500.
llov. 13. r, Hostwlck, pastor of tho
Western Avenue Dnptlst Chinch, nt
Chicago, who snld iccently that ho
loitld not get lu.iirlcd tin $1200 a year,
lias not only been married, but bis
salary has been raised to $2000 a
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forever
R. T. FLUX GOURAUD'S ORIENTAL
CREAN OK MAGICAL BCAUTIFILR
Rcii irt Tan, I'lmtil ,
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ni(fry win ifh
h txtvtlr, NMit
U ! Ili tft
1 0 hftftDlrPII
In prtttrtlf Utal
Ir It r Pin Lint
tim. Dr. I, A
Satrt tail lo a
ld at till tuut
Inn (ft patltBt).
"At puu IfellM
will u thtm.
llnurnmrit CtMitn'M lti twt harmful f ll U
klnirfpiirMlonf ' hi r ral hy KUlrurjNU ind ncr
(Jou! Uraten lit tlit lJnllrl Bl, ttid add fcnro.
STERP.T.KOPKINS. dop, 37 Great Join Shut, KiwTm.
YOU ARi: LOOK1NO TOR
a wnnniNo out you
WOULD DO WP.I.L
TO BUM OUIl
WHICH IS OAININO TOPU
LAIHTY WITH r.Vi:tlY
113 Hotel St. Jewtferi
wishes lo nnnoiince to the public
that It has Miurod tho llnent chef In
town and Is now ready lo servo tho
hist of everything In good sty la
Private ltoxes for I-tdles.
Open Day and Night
IK COPLEY PRIHTf
PACIFI0 PICTURE FSAMIHQ Ca
1050 Nnaann Street
Regal Shoe Store,
BANZAI SHOE 8TOPE
Beretanla Street, Near Nuuanu
HONOLULU, H. T.
ASIC POU TIIHM
HAWAII 4. 80UTH
SEAS CURIO CO.
And All Post Card
ALQAROBA BEAN MILLS
ONE SECOND-HAND STANDARD
GA80LINE ENGINE, 18 H. P.
1494 EMMA 8TREET Telephone 248
Pau Ka Hana
MOVES THE EARTH
Will Do It
a. p. Mcdonald,
Contractor and Builder
Kstlmates given on all kinds
Concrete Work Specialty
'AUAHI STREET, NEAR NUUANU
COLDS CAUSE HEADACHE
LWATIVi: I1ROMO.QUININR, ro.
movts tho cause, Uw.I tho world over
tu- cure a cold in onu day, K, i
GWJVIf'S siciuture on each box. Made I
''J . -
HRIS MUDICINf! CO, Saint Louk U. 3..
w3 W P)
A QUIET, REFINED IIOURC OF
American Plan Itoom with Hall:
Hoard from $1 00 n Day
European PUn-llninn with Hath from
i00 it Day
Special Monthly Rates
A hlgh-clnss Tamlly and Tourist Hotel.
Ilnlf Mock from Columbia The-ttir,
nnd on the tdgo of tho Ib-lnll Hlmp
ping District. Hvcry room wllli Trl
vnte Itatli. Positively I'lrcprnof.
W. E. Zander, Manager
ROSA & CO.
Bottled In Bond
JULES PERCHARDS & FILQ
CALIFORNIA SPARKLING WINCS
We Deliver to Any Part of the City
ROSA & CO., I
Alakea and Queen Strecti
rOR IAT.I AT AIL BAM
I acific 3
KINO AND NDUANU STREET
Cream Pure Rye
LOVE JOT AND 0 0.
You'll find they're all food fel
"It's the Fashion"
Hotel nr. Fort D. H. Saviei, Prop.
You can not afford to experi
ment with cheaper leads. A ruin
ed paint Job will surely be the
No lead is too good in this
climate. PIONEER LEAD Is the
Lewers & Cooke.
' ' " Limited '
177 80. KING 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. ISENBERS.
July 1,1911. ' ",JC'J-,m
Horses, Mules and
HORSES FOR WORKT OF ALL
MULCS DROKEN TO HARNESS
! , iTl'riir ' ""''"