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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, MONDAY, AUG. 21, 191t.
We have just received n new shipment of Steamer Trunks
and Sultcaset. We have
Fiber Trunks,-Canvas Trunks,
. and Black Zinc Trunks
Genuine Leather Suitcases,
Panama Matting Suitcases,
tf Cloth Suitcases
We paint your Initials on trunks and suitcases free of charge,
and we do the came work on your old trunks and suitcases
, without charging anything.
KAM CHONG CO.,
Corner Fort and Beretanla Stroeto Harrison Bloek
The best lens made for all photographic purposes. Have one fitted
to your Kodak. Come in and we will explain Its ndvanlcgei.
Honolulu Photo-Supply Co.,
Your Summer Wardrobe.
At Saving Prices
Reasonable Instalment Terms
Ladies' THE CnnMClT Sachs Bid
Frocks I HE lUKlTini Reretahia
14,820 Bottles of
Were carbonated and sold during July
In Honolulu. Popularity'mented by ex
cellence. ARCTIC 80DA WATER WORK8
Miller Street - . s Telephone 1557
Has No Equal in the Laundry
TAKHB OUT TIIK DIRT QUICKLY AND TIIOROIKHII.Y
ioi:.s not iNJtmi: tiih hands
H. HACKFELD & CO,, LTD.
THE CELEBRATED BAUSCH
75c. Per Month
Y. M. C. A. PLANS
Tlio program for tlio fnll nnd win
ter terms ut the new Y. M. C. A. build
Ini: linve now been finished and 'Gen
eral Secretary Super hopes that mat
ters will start about September 25
The plans wero submitted lo the trus
tees meeting held last week and re
celcd their approval.
I he lobby and lnn.it will be the
natural centers of the snclnl work,
which is divided Into various subsec
uons. Tlie vlctroln and piano will
be In the iiiiirIc room. There will be
n game room In which checkers and
chess nnd other like games will b
played. Then I hero wll ha Hip bowl
lug alios and 'the billiard room In
which tlicro iiro to be four tables.
There is the roof garden, the gymna
fditm, Indoor running track nnd largo
games floor for basket ball, etc. The
large hall will hocused for socials,
banquets nnd hmateur plays.
The religious work hns been fully
looked after nnd on mo-it nights
through tlio week there will be a
class of some sort to be handled.
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McDUFFIE'S SQUAD BREAKS
TWO GAMBLING JOINTS
Chief McUulIln's squad broke Into
two Rumbling Joints Inst night nnd ar
rested twenty gamestors, who wero
lined up In Police Judge Monsarrnt's
court room this morning. Seven of
them were arrested In a tenement
house on Vineyard street, nnd the rest
were pulled In nt On Till camp. Most
of the defendants were Jnpanesc, nnd,
rather tliun appearing In court to face
the. Judge, they forfeited their ball
money of $10 earli.
Sam Kuhiltihl, once a lieutenant In
King Kalakiiiia's army, wus In court
charged with being u participant In'a
scven-eloven game. As ho stepped
forward ho raised his right hand nnd
extended to tlio court n military sa
lute, much to the nmusemeut of court
officials. Judge Monsnrrat lined Ka
laluhl five dollurs. which he paid and
The Hawaiian band will glvn n con
cert Jhls ovcnlng nt Rovcn-lhlrty at
March Liberty Hell Souna
Overture Ilosnmonde ..... Schubert
Finnic I.olicngrin Wagner
Selection I.n Ilohomo (by request)
Vocal Hawaiian songs.. Ar by Merger
Selection II Trovntoro Verdi
Waltz Dreams Fuclk
Finale Chnnteolor ......... Thurban
Tho Star Spanieled Ilanner.
According to n Tnblo received by
tho flovernor Saturday, tho money
for tho bond Ipsue will bo depositod
to tho credit of tho Territory Wed
nesdny next. Tho cablo wai from
Treasurer I). T Conkllng, who Is to
leave tho big city for San Francisco
on tho following day nnd will come
along hero from there.
a COPLEY FBINT1
PACIFIC PICTURE FBAMINO
1090 Knoann Street
Regal Shoe Store
BANZAI 8HOE 8TO"P
Brtanls 8trt, Ntir Nuuanu
HONOLULU, H. T.
a. p. Mcdonald,
Contractor and Buildar
Rstlnint'ea given on all kinds of
Cancrott Work a Spielalty
AUAIII STREET. NEAR NUUANU
"The Pioneer Plumber"
182 Merchant 8trt Phona
BEST WORK LOWE8T PRICE8
P. O. Box 491
MAKE THIS TEST
How to Tell If Your Hair Is
F.vcn If you have n luxuriant head of
hair, you may want to knqw whether
It Is In a healthy condition or not
98 of the people need a hnlr tonic
Pull n hnlr out of your head, If the
bulb at the eud of the root Is white
and shrunken, It proves that the hnlr
Is diseased, and requires prompt treat
ment If Its loss would be molded. If
the bulb Is pink and full, the hair Is
We want everyone whose hair re
quires treatment to tryx Itexnll "93"
Hair Tonic. We promise that It shall
not cost anything If It does not glwi
satisfactory results. It Is designed to
overcome dandruff, relieve scalp Irrl
tntlon, to stimulate the hair roots,
tighten the hnlr already In tho head,
grow hair and cure baldness.
It Is because of what ltcxnll "93"
Hair Tonic has done and our sincere
faith In Its goodness that wo want
you to try It ut our risk. Two Rles,
COc. and $1.00 'Sold only nt our store
Tho rtexall Store. Uenson, Smith
& Co. Ltd.
A "WILSON SISTER"
CAUSE OF SUICIDE?
Miss Ornce Wilson, ono of tho Wil
son sisters who figured In the local
theaters several months ago and later
went out to tho Orient, llgured in u
morn exciting sceno In .Manila, ac
cording to the Manila Cublo-.N'eus. Tho
'George II. Hay, a well known and
popular traveling drug salesman, com
mitted sulcldu-ut ll:CB u. m, Thurs
day by Bwullowlng prusslc acid In
beer. The deed was done In a calesa
on the I'usny road Just ufter Miss
draco Wilson, an actress nt the Apolci
mentre, Hat! rerused for tho Inst time
to marry him. After taking the poi
son he stopped tho calesa nnd got out.
Miss Wilson (lagged a passing auto
mobile party nnd appealed Tor help.
They rushed htm to the (lencrnl Hos
pital, but he died at 2:40, a few min
utes after reaching the hospital
Mr. Itay hud many frl Is In the
Philippines nnd ull nlung the China
Coast. Ho was honorably discharged
from the 3rd U. S. CuvuIm- In 1908.
The funeral will be held at (Jiilngue's
parlors Sunday artcrnoon at 3 o'clock
under 'tho uusplccs of th Veteran
Army of tho Philippines, United Span
ish War Veterans.
JUROR STR0UP WRITES
OF RESOLUTIONS MADE
Judge Cooper of tne Circuit Court
lecelved .1 Icttcr'thls morning from onu
of his Jurors that shows the Inlliioneu
of Jury duty on Mr. Hlroup. The let
"Honolulu., 'July (, 1911.
Hon. Henry K. Cooper, Judge, First
"Dear Sir: As I leaco shortly lo
tnke up my iihodo on the Island of Ha
waii, I beg to request )ou to exeat.)
mo from further Jury duty during this
"I thank you for the many nets of
courtesy and kindness, not only by
jourself, hut by ull the mllc-ir of our
"During my sen Ice us a Juror In
jour court, I have In en painfully Im
pressed by the congenial rel itlous ex
isting between nkohol mnl crime. Fully
60 per cent, of the can's uhkli 1 sat
upon wero caused by liuon In one form
Wine may he u mo. ker, nnd strong
drink Is iindotibte.ll) rrtKlng. hut lioj1"1 m"' """ ""'"" "oveq
who soaks his s)slem hi .i.ign red 1,,.1'lrc.llnii.. " Ihnuvnd, $tl,7r,0.nOO)
who soaks his s)slem h. ,l.,go red ,. I
lurlts a license to sat his neighbor.!
his nelghbor-s wife, his neighbor's man '
and maid servant, mid likewise .,-
'After viewing ull tho misery, sor
row iinil heartaches brought iiii.Hr my
ohservntlon In your court, cuused by
the Indulgence of ll.iior In some form,l,,,y- WUB l"lrr,,al";r "' "10, cnuro is-
1 will henceforth and foreerinore sul
scribe myself, yours truly.
TIIOS. D. HTHOUP, T. T.
'P. S. -T, r: Is mi honorable do
sreo unconsciously conferred upon mo
by )iur court, nnd Ktmi.ls for 'leeto
laler.' T. 1). S., T. T."
A now nnd moro substantial floor
ing, u rain and weather proof shed Is
to adorn thu present Khmii wharf,
now used by the lutcr-lsland Steam
Nuvigution Company In the handling.
"' imnauilBUIH ui.u ireiuuc iioui steuiu-
ars such us tho Claudlne, I.lketlko, Kl-
nan aim Wallelc.
Tills morning divers wore ut work
making u careful examination of thu
piling which supports this structure.
Tho Inspection is a matter of much
concern to tho Harbor Commissioners,
wno nave the construction of tho
wharf In hand,
The Klnuu wharf has for some tlino
past been declared as not safe. It Is
claimed that heavily loaded trucks
can,iia longer enter the shed for fear
that the unstable flooring will give
way with wagon and contents, send
ing them In tho bottom of the harbor.
The old ram-shackle structure will
booh glvn way to n moro commodious
and wutor-tlght shed.
II il 1 1 Klin l-Mllnrlal Ileum Phone
2185. Hulletlu liuslurHS Ofllre
BEGIN WORK ON
(Continusd from Pao 1) .,
Tho lime of ociui'lon from tnxos
grunted in tho frauchlso of jour com
pany upon nil llio property essential
to the i ftallam of tlio tn id, oxplruil
on the :10th it June. Taxes iiihiii alt
l of the Company's properly commenc
ed from that date. The considerable
Increase In the cxonio for 1910 nnd
1911, as shown nbtm, Ik l.ugel.v-duo
to taxes, local and Federal.
Tho refunding of your Company's;
bonded d..ht. .Iiini; 30lh. 1909. by tho Moxlcnn War. In 1898 Mr. Uruco mar.
Irfsue i,f $2,000.1 on 5 10-IJSs Opldlrled Miss Julia Andrew... of Youngs
uoupon iii.nus, r?.iuce( your ..llxed
!"'arKCH '20niM I,0r ,"""" .'l I'.itor1
''red I ami firiy 'thouyin. $U.7r,l).non) Interested In sp.
,)""',r8, i,f ""' "cw 1r""" wa? Hoh .," womlei
"""i"""" "f,1 ' n?''Amoi ,9P9' "ae ,lmo l'eld
TJ.o Ivlanru of the .V.Msmib (?25n,uno) 'championship, i
""" H'1,1 N'ovi'liihi'r lP 1910, nt the.tldnnl lllln rout
samo rate An underwriter's, commls-
skin of 1 ' was paid upon tho wholn
Irnnsiction. W. tl. II win, then lu this
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Table No. 9. gives Btnllstlcs of pag.
lenger traffic, Including mail express,
nnd b.iKgug!', showing u steady In
crease fiom tho year ending June .10,
1908 ($IC8.!ni 04) for each year, to
Juno 30, 19)1, tho j ear 1911 nninunt
Ing to )21i;,1G3.39.
Tablo No. 10 gives Interesting com
parathe fieight statlstici showing
that for tho )('.ir cndljiStJuu? 3)lh
!;u,l, there wero Sin,ii97 tons of frelglit
hauled, ylchltng a tovcuuu of f .'TG,
No passenger has been' Injured dur
ing the )cnr.
In closing, the President nnd 'Hi
lectors duslro to expiess their appro
elation of tho good and faithful xer
vices of olllcer.t nn. employes,
Tho financial statement, shows gross
Income for tho cnr of $1,020,373 30.
niieratlug extieuses wero JHS.Cni.SI,
and net earnings ll.r,.2rt2 "" Monllily
dividends paid at nine, per cent upon
(lie capital stock of $1,000,00(1 niuouul
c.t In $3(10 000. Tho surplus for lh
year Is $8.r. 202.75, and together with
tho net revenue halnucn from last
year mukes $.198.01 1,90, or This, $10,
873.99 Is written off for depreciation.
Sierra Taking Many 'Passengers.
Ono bundled an dtcn cabin and sev
eral slcerago pnssengcis havo book
ed trniuportallon lo Ihcr m ilulaud In
the' Oceanic steamship Sierra which
Is lo sail for San Francisco, nt. ten
o'clock on Wednesday morning. The
vessel will 1m supplied with a fair
cm go Including bhlpmoutn of sugar,
pineapples, epffeo and lice,
MciulieiH of the l.ito lamented Nor
ton Comt'ily Comp'iny nio to dep.iit
for tho Coast In Iho Sierra. ,
The Best There Is
What, More Do You Want
"Benjamin Clothes" possess these
essential points. We handle this'
lamous make because we know it
is the best. Clothing with a re
putation, and sold under a guar,
antee, isvthe safest kind to buy.
RFLE SHOT DIES
I The Army nnd Navy Journal In
forms of the dentil of America's
greatest rlllo shot nnd goes on to suy:
I "Mr. U-slle C. Ilrnce, ono of the
(most famous rilln shots In the world,
died ut tlreenulch, Conn., Aug. 2, 1911.
I Mr. llruce, shortly ufter the establish
ment of tlio, National Itlflo Association
of America, took n great Interest In
title shooting, nnd early became a
life member of the orgunlutloii. He
was born in Lexington. Ky., In IS 19.
being n son of Col. Saudeis I), llruce,
who, with Mr. Hamilton Ilusbey. es
tablished Turf, Field and Farm. Ills
1I10,hcr Murn lur IImrr,aBa Wli; illM
Ijibeilo Combs, daughter of Gen. U-s-
lie Combs, u famous lighter of tho
tWn. Ohio. who. with i ni.ii.ir...,.
Harriet and Ix-sllo C. Jr., survive
nuu-,i,iin. Mr. llruco was always ileuply
Interested In sports, and was for many
rful rule shot. He ut
the individual world's
and for tlnee Internu-
t.iuiii.i lino contests net neo tne Aiuer-
Jean team win. He was cupliiln of the
victorious American title team at llls-
ley, Knglaud. eight years iiku. He
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was at one lime a memiier of the 7th
tors, iiii.i uc ins iieaiu wus ll
member of the Union Inguo Club,
Ardslcy Country Club, Oikdnle (U I.)
(iolf Club and Greenwich Country
WANTS ACCOUNT8 SENT IN.
Marshal Hendrv Is verv niilnii r,.e
all Ihiisn who havo any bills against
Iho Fedeial authorities In cjnncctlou
wlllu tho winking of moving across
fiom tho Judiciary building to send
.. . .
Ho wants to get the whole of tlio
accounts settled up ni they are not
coming along quick enough to suit
him. I.lkewlso he would bo very
much obliged If the accounts would
be madn out sep.trtel,v,thnt Is so much
for moing the Judges' hoiks nnd so
much for shining Iho ciisldor for tlio
watchman's' olllce, o!c,
EWA TO CUT MELON.
Tho expected two percent oxtn
dividend on Hwn slock was declare.!
this moinlng by tho Kwa dlieclors,
(.ITccthe August 31. In addition to tho
regular ouu per cent. Tho high prlco
of sugir and tho excellent plijslril
condition of jjhu plantation nio tos
imiihllilo for tho extut melon Hint will
Hxport plumbing nt reafonulilo
prices. John Nolt, tho pioneer plum
ber nnd tinsmith, Mciclinnt street,
Say "Owl" when jim want, tlio best
In cigar. Sold by M. A. (luust &. Co,
and all retail dealers.
A LOW PRICE
Colonel J. W. .tones says that thu
purported mint In thu price of meat
won't boiher tlio National (luar.l much.
Tho g.i:ir.lin. it will begin an exten.led
fall fiicninpinciit soon, nil. Colonel
Jones In his ciip.ielty ns adjutant-gen-
al of the orgaulralloii H nmv con-
.lu.tlng an Infill mill 01104 Into Iho
prices of Htibslktc mV,
'ltlidtr tlio Inw, we lire ulloue.l In
piirchuso our suliNlhteiice nt the con
tnut price glon tlie federnl nrmy." he)
said this iiiornlug, "so nny rulso In
prices will not nITirt us as miuli ns It
Captain Hhultlcworth of the nrmy N
lo bo the Instructor when tlie guards
men begin their thr.e wicks' Septem
ber tneauipiiient ut l.elb him. Tho lllln. '
Hauiill, mid Maul tmii.iiil. will ennui
the llrst nnd second uiw-ks In October,
m thai tho mllllla will have three Sep.
arnte ciieampiii.nls this )ear.
NEW LAW WILL BE .
TESTED mjj THURSDAY
For Hie first time since It hns been '
made law, section fi of Act 84 of tint
lust U'glslntuie will bo put to tho
pi oof on Thursday next, beforo Judgo
Attorney Uirrlu Andrews will nsk
'"" JIK lo dismiss two uppeals from
"'0 J'ltrlct Court on tho grounds that,
W,1L'" ,1I,MK tlu-'lr """I" H'y did not
f."ow "Mt ,,,,, WI'it melhod ns laid.
llflU II I.V fllla ........ Mt ...l.lt...... ... ..
........ .... .,,, ,L-V1-4lt I.IIUII..II. Ill tUO
amendments of tho Territorial luw, 1
ine ciisea nro thoso of Lilian ,
Auld ngulnst J. M. Olles nnd M Na
Icnnn ngulust Ijini I.ung.
PEACE MEETINO REPORTED.
Tho peare niee'lng between Urn
American and Ilrltlsh residents of Ho-1 ,
miliilu lias fnuii.l rec ignition In tlio
Sprlngflelii lleiuhlican Tho piper -also
pilntH the resolution that wus
Collier's Weekly his also a picture
i-linuliiK the Ililtlsh ciulser II.' M. S
Kent firing a tpliitn nt Honolulu 011
Julv 4 anil commeuls on Iho fuel tl.ni
"ll8 ls tIle "rf,t llin that It has ee
lloth papers were sent nlong to thu
rUnernor and ho hauled them out
John W. P.Vcil, mine rescue expert In
Iho fg.lerpl bureau of mines, lias be
gun a campaign of education for res
.no crews throughout Hie country.
(Ill In work In candy slnip. Apply
rlcnccd plefened. Apply at Sweet
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