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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, August 17, 1911, 3:30 EDITION, Page 3, Image 3',
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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, THURSDAY, AUG. 17, 1911.
HONOLULU'S PROSPERITY IS
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FORT SHAFTER "
GETS FINE BAND
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Honolulu' r.iM growth, IncreaMnK rotnry mid trcnsuror, II.. r. Wood:
iroitiiTlty nml nmiiirvil future were tiuslccx, K. !'. lllnliop, J. 1. Cooko,
dwell upon In Blowing ternm yoitter- C. II. Cooko. T. Cllvo Davlcs, J. I)
dny by Juiiich V, Mon:an, who ended Dole, J. M. Dowsctt V. Klainp, .las.
hlii fourth year ns ircnlilent of Iho V, Mnrsan, K. E. l'nxton, E. 1). Ten
'clinmlier of commerce. In closing Ms ney, V. Wnldron, Albert Water
lung term nt the head of the romiiier- house.
rlnl orgniiliMloii, tlio rollrlnj; preit- On iiafliimliiK the i chair, the now
(lent dcllvciiil nn nddrcn reviewing lircnldcut tumlo a hrlef address, tlo-
l.d.trt.. ll... I.t.altina-i .Intnloii.ii.iitl t,t rnntr flint l.n M.,t.tl.l ntiilnntr.it. tn
thncltynnd territory and rKlnK the maintain the icronl not l.y Mr. Mnr-l"? "''' nr'Wr r'm Mn'
neresBlty of preparing for still Brent. enn and nnklnK the cooperation of'"1" lnrl Hlmf,cr '" ll, ni.H.rt
n rlliliiKH to come. every inniilicr of the body
President Morgan lefusod to nrrcpt Review of Business.
n mill term and VI"o-rroli1e.lt .1. l. l'rcRldeut MorRiin'B report review
Twentieth Infantry Musicians
Coming Changes at
The days of "Held niule" arc nearly
nt nil. end out nt Fort Blinfler. Ulllclnl
I el ox nun from tlio iii1Jutnnt-K'iiirnr
olllce stntfR that tlio Twentieth Infati-
Commissioners Plan New and
A tentative arrangement depending
on the attitude taken by tlio Inter-Island
Steam Navigation Company and
which has In view the exchange of
wharves between the MatKou toiii
pany and 'the local traitors was made
by tlio Hoard of Iturboi Commission
ers ut their meeting late jestenl.ty
lonlng the Philippine August IK,
1911, "for tenipornry station, I-ort ,.... This tin been i!ni In nr
HluifUT,. band li return to ITnltetl ..... , ... ,i,n ,1(,,.,i nt II, n ii
Cooko declined to bo elevated In tlio' cd business development hcio In tlio Hinte with Ht.nrt ilnttnllun. 1"wt"tl-Ntt,Kutlon Company
natural otdor or succession. Tlio past, with n mention of the principally ""
....... i..n,i.. .. ...... m.... !. !.., ,.-.. ..... .i.-. , i ..tt. t. !" welcome '
nouiliiatlng commllteo Hint had been factors that have built It up. Ho
nnmed to chooso .1 ticket for the an- upoko of the liicrcnsc of commerce,
nual election iiomlnnleil K. I. 8pald-' cvldenred Jiy. tlio rciiorts from vnrl
Ing, vice-president ami manager of ous Federal oltlclnls hero, customs,
III.. llnnl nf I li.ttfll lllll n.I.I I.a ..nc.'
nml ho was Internal revenuo and liostotllce, tha
The Idea Is to glvo tlio Iiiter-Isbmd
i.v, ii r.T.., n,.r. n.n Cnnnnli company tlio Hrcwcr wharf In cx-
Itiittullon of the Twentieth has been chuligo for the present bulkhe.ul
rliillnnnl nt F.rt Hluifhr. with noth-1 wharf lit the end of lluwu sticet. This
Ing but field iiiukIo fur guard mounting will lenvo the lnter-lslund loiiipuny
mid p.'iriuU'K, except on rare occasions J with three wharves unci thu Mulson
when Ilorger's noted liiind would np-.company with two. Thu local boats
Tlio other orn- harbor development, both In
emphasized the growth of Inter-Island nertnliinieiiU 'The soldlrrs npprrclatn wllurf tlmt llt to ,)0 rujum Mll
cers nnd trustees wcro nominated mill' waters and nt the other Islands, lie llinr nl 'e I'"" for nn liour-or so rrwm mvo tliu Ilrowcr whurf, the Kl
elected ns follows:
A. Kennedy; hoc-
(Continued on Page 8)
.IhK but have long wlil for n bnnd'tll0 Muna Kca wImrfi ,,.,,
I ., could ei.ll their own. It ;'' t011 0f lllu traJo culuo fluI1I .,,,
LONDON Informntlon of n moKt
Interesting nature Is to be obtained
not only by thoso connected with tlio
rubber industry, hut by thoso Integ
rated In tlio development of a pro
duct which Is so largely used In ev-cry-day
life, by n vlill to tlio second
International exhibition now 0cii at
the Hoyat Agricultural hall, Isling
ton. Tlio show Is considered to he the
most comprehensive display of Its
kind that has ever been held. Visit
ors to this Interesting exhibition are
able to trace tlio manufacture of rub
ber from tlio moment that It Is drawn
from tlio tree In tho form of latex.
That Is to say that rubber trees are
thero from which tho latex Is extract
ed and passed through tho necessary,
process until It, Is eventually turned
A huge rubber ball, the largest ball
of this nature ever exhibited in this
country, Is also shown. It Is said
that the weight Is approximately n
ton. Prizes will, however, he given
nt the close of tho show to thoso es
timating the correct weight of this
1'lve hundred smaller rublier balls
weighing about BG lmunds each nro
also seen piled up in the form of a
pyramid some 20 feet.
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I5c etch, 2 for 35c. Arrow Caff. 29c.
Cluett. Petbody & Co., Troy. N. Y.
tho nrlce of rubber at As. a pound
the prlco of each balliwlll be It' gui
neas, tho cost 'of the COO amounting to
Ituhber products from no fewer
than 33 Ilrltlsli and foreign 'countries
are to be seen. Tho exhibits con
tributed by Germany and her colonies
cover n space' of about COflO squat e
feet, while to Holland and Ilrnzll.ap
proxlmatcly tho Hiimn nren has been
allotted. The llelglan, Ceylon, Malay
cta'cs and Straits Settlements exhi
bits each occupy over 3000 squaro
II, ft. District attorney flreckoni nnd
Minn Ilreckons, who have been vlxltlng
In Naponpoo, Kona. ltiivn)l, escaped a
wrlmiH Injury lust Thursday, when i
Japanese linck In whleji they were rid
Intr u'un turnetl coinliluti'lv over. Tho
Calculating', horFcs attached tn 'the vehicle were
Castle nnd Cooke have been noti
fied through cablo that the Matson
Navigation sloanicr I.urllno with pas
sengers, freight and malls for Hono
lulu and the Islands sailed from San States attorney nnd his daughter nro;
Francisco at noon yesterday. uninjured
frightened tit n rolling stone. Itreckohs
nnd his daughter wero Just getting out
nf the hack, when the horses shied and
turnetl miiukaward, throning Die bnck
According to tho knmnnlnas, Tlreck
ons wits largely responsible for the nc
cldent. It happened that before llreck
ons nnd bis daughter enmo to N'npoo
lioo from Miss 1'nrln", they went down
to Kentakcktin, where llreckons hump
ed Into Captain Conk's monument. Tho
stntue stood Immovable, "nnd when
llreckons had driven over to Nnpoo
poo, on a builncss mission, the acci
dent occurred. TJio knmnatnus thero
ray that llreckons was In error when
be attempted to bump into Captain
Conk's monument, without first hold
ing n chanting ceremony. The United
that upon the nrrlvnl of the next traiiv
ort rniM the Islands Hint deslro will
In. siitlrllid nnd n good band will bo
stationed In the post.
Make Pott Mora Popular.
liven nt the present time, without
The arrangement U tentative Inas
much as the Inttr-lslutid people li.iva
yet to bo beard from, but it was
stated thu Matson wharf was built ex-
the assistance of n band, Fort Hhafter prcssly fur them nnd then turned ov
ns n military post Is one of the nttrac- I ur to the Mntbon people bemuse It
lions thnt every tourist und sightseeing WIlH fclt that they must have boine
pernm of Honolulu Is Interested ln.ue01. ,;,. u seemed to be the Im-
yil.tl.errly,,loMholmnd t.epop-l u ,
lllnrlty of that little post will Increase .
to a maximum, and Fort Hhafter will rungeiieiit can 1.0 curtled out satis-
lie n place of entertainment ns well ns "K-ioriiy.
- M Benjamin's 1
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Jp$JlMm " nenjamin Clothes" possess ihcse V
n spot pleasing to the eye.
Dances, Band Concerts, Etc.
The 'men nt Flirt Shatter aro Just
If tho exchange U made the Queen
street wharf will be leiuodeled uud
the vacant spaco beiwien tho shed and
now living In great anticipation of tho 'Queen stiect built over with a large
good times that nre to come. When glcd, thus giving space for the h.uiil-
the Iniiil puts In tin nppenrance, laml jing 0f freight and also a chnnco for
concerts, dances nnd n musical guard ,,, ,lriiyll(, companies to work morn
mounting will be Just the proper tnlnR. jlet,,iiv
nnd nllhoiiKh this will put the soldiers ' . ,, , , ..
a little more to the task, the popular ,' r',m,, ,l, "" ""
...i nf n.n ..... n.,.i u 111 i. I Several letters were received from
ii gnat change nnd look forward to It tho urlous comp tiles as to the pro-
with great pride. The monotony of the poscu regulations oruiuii oiu uy me
dully routine will be broken during the board for tho handling of freight on
rest of the bnttnllon'M stny iln the Is-, the wliunes. At their last meeting
land, und then, too, this will servv to they expressed the Idei that three
make the men more ncquuliited with jnyB w bo nlontj of time for a cargo
leal regimental duties when they Join . l,0 ccaI.c, ofy i10 whaives. J
me reii 01 ine regimeiu in toe caie3. Th IllU,r.islund coinp.iny usks for
8,,f. ,C, ,9"' ..... o ., fourdays owing to tho necessity of
Tvvet'h'Tn'S. who'tsVrnVU L,nf to lie on a wharf when
duty nt the u. H. Military Ac.nlcniy.i,"!ln8 transhipped, ilrevver : toin-Wei-t
l'olnt. N. Y.. will Join for duty lay lut In u sehedulu that wnnled
upon thn nrrlvnl of the next transport .twelve dnys for handling 3500 Ions,
from the Stntes exclusive of Sundays and holidays.
Captain It. W. Menrns, who lias been ' Lowers & Cooke pointed out that In
on sick lenve nt the tr. s. flenernl Hos. handling n lilhltxjr cu,rjo It 'would
Pltal. Snn Frunelsco, Cnl.. bus ngaln ,lnI1 70.000 feet d day, which was nn
regained Mt lienlth nod hns taken leave ni108Rljlty. .
of absence for one month. Captain 1 ,.,, ,-, 'ii. nvi n.n i.in..
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Inn llnnn ll.n .ift.li.nl itf ,l.n Qi.nlnn.lml.
- . Intf sniffr,.l;fnil lie IliMUpr Xr PmniLitlv.
but could not fall In with the Idea
of allowing us much us twelve days.
In connection Willi tho handling of
freight 111 strict rule was passed Willi
Wlilll fipigiL uu ii'iiiieu iiiiiiM Mint"
cnrirnir "lie nil, iirnvldos Unit "no
vacancy left by West and rtolllc Ijikes .tt!)0,L r()S(,,le. lnts, iial..l oil.
.w .... ,..... ..w ....,.... .v '""""" .-H-illlni- lurimlllllia ..r lit
4 xJafc.. rTL3
lit "If jt WwMmtLUl. JrJ '
;&' H fflm&M'i !Tll ftuift ii.y
f fi pi
Menrnsi Is expected tn Join his Initial-I , .. , , .... . ...,
the urrlval of the Septcmoer , ul ? "".' " ,l"""'h" ",""'"'
Sergeant John W. West of Company
II having been discharged iiuin expira
tion of term of service, leaves n va
cancy In the company for another ser
gennt. Corionil Charles II, Ilanier, be
ing the ranking corporal of the com
pany, tins been nppnlnted to 1111 the
of Corporal 1 tamer.
Announcement has been made of
the engagement, of Miss Mercy K.
Akann, daughter or Mr and Mrs. Ah
Hip of IIII11. to Samuel l Wong, of
Honolulu, who has been for years one
of the resioutllilo employes of W? W.
Dlmond Jfc Co.
LL The Newest
For Autumn Wear
All the daintiest ideas in feminine footwear designed
for this season by exclusive New York and Paris custom
boot-makers have been carefully reproduced in smart
Women's Regal models, and now await your selection
here in our store.
have no equal here or anywhere else in other ready-to-wear thoei for women.
Regal styles are correct in every detail, and have daintiness and charm of their
own. We recommend Regals for exact fit and perfect comfort. Regal .quality
Mads no endorsement it is the recognized standard.
350 9400 9500
distillate, turpentlno or liny shall bo
allowed to remain on a wharf after
llvo o'clock In tho afternoon of I lie day
of discharge, nnd all such lemalilllig
on tho wharf after such limn shall ho
placed back on board tho vessul."
New Jfiiul Limiting.
Tho commissioners nro of the opin
ion thnt any Improvements to Mc
Gregor landing at Maul would bo use
less nnd thut what Is wanted to meet
tho situation Is a new landing at
Klhel. It was Btatcd that thn lla
wallun Comuinrdnl nnd Sugar Com
pany some tluio ugo was willing to
give tho Territory tho laud needed to
place Its building on. Tho secretary
wns commlssinncl to ask whether or
not tho sugar company would bo w III
ng to deed over the neiessary land
In case of a landing being piaceii
Tlio matter of the Mahukonn wharf
project on Hawaii as stated In the
11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n yestorday afternoon Is to
ho put out for tenders, subject to cer-
tnln minor alterations. tih wnnri
Is nlso to bo used, for freight as well
POLICE COURT NOTES.
.1. Connors, balling from tho cor
ners of Wnllulii' who had been 011 a
continuous soino and round of
pleasure sltuo his arrival In this city,
was assessed $." by tho magistrate.
O. Carlson, a Jovial llttlo Swedn
from off the dredger Turbine, was
Initialed Into tho sacred sanctums of
sweet dreamland by the I100.0 roulo
last night und was charged four dol
lars upon awakening In the cosy
boudoir of the police station.
.1, I'lcper, up for 'an assault on his
wile, after leculvlng tho worst of It,
appeared In court tfil.r morning with
his fuco mapped out like town lots.
His case was stricken from tho cal
endar, tho court ruling he had been
F. Castro, a I'orto Ttlcnn, threat
ened another I'orto Itlctm of feminine
makeup' to a good sound thumping.
The ovlilenco against him was not suf-
llclunt and ho was allowed to go his
Tho case of tho rakc fanatics for
carrying on unlawful religious deal
ings wus suspended for olio ween.
What More Do You Want
" Benjamin Clothes" possess these
essential points. We handle this
famous make because we know it
is the best. Glothiiw with a re
putation, and sold under a guar,
anree, is the safest kind to buy.
THIS IS A REAL PIANO OPPORTUNITY
I Ms a rare chance for most- desirable bargains. The following prices will com
mand your interest:
OT'M'n'nvp WALNUT CAGE SOFTr SWECT
V0SE & SONS
WALNUT CASE EXTHA VALUE
OAK CASE GOOD VALUE
OAK CASE, MANDOLIN ATTACH
MCNT IN TINE CONDITION
DARK CASE BARGAIN
Cost German Makos
BLACK CAGE Ono of the
MAHOGANY CASE LOOKS NEW
CABINET GRAND, OAK CASE,
WILCOX & WHITE PLAYER ORGAN
OAK CASE, SOLD NEW FOR S7WJ.00,.
OUR PRICE WITH CO ROLLS OF
MUSIC, SPLENDID BARGAIN ......
BOUDOIR COTTAGE PIANO . $185.00
MAHOGANY RETURNED FROM GHORT RENTAL
BOUDOIR OAK CASE-BARGAIN $190.00
REGAL SHOE STORE
We have a few Second-Hand PIANOLAS in Black, Oak, and' Mahogany Cases.
Prices from $75.00 up. We arc in a position to make cjooiT terms on these in
struments if desired. '
SALE NOW GOING ON N
Don't forget the place. Come and look tliem over.
BERGSTROM "MUSIC CO., LTD.,
1020-1022 For Street, Honolulu