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If III (III- lift' Jllll llll Mill Mill till' )irlst'f
l.i'l imt iinullicr's viliiului: (toiul die
d ivhut l nnti, Imt what niii( mil
'I here nil (lie mirlli, ami nil llir l
(lnii I lev.
Jiiiiii'i l.anc Allen.
lli'if'H hnplnn th.it Dr 1'ratt rpIr in
.gonil a man for rhlef uuiiltury vUlcr,
as ho has liooii,
,"m Xlr" N",,:,n" lMin r.ittcrson has been
W' it'iiipttti'(l hy the Suierlnleii(li'iit nf
Jj$rc t I'tihllc Works to ilcnno slop into the
The roininon poopto nro Milking all
kinds of gains In Kiipjiiml. Soon the
llrltlxh i:niilro will have no use for
i;ro.it wealth and aristocracy except
lt.ia RrallftlUK to know that tho np
polnttuent of Dr. I'mtt ns l'roslilont
of tho I Ion id of Health catlsllos oven
rmiiftNif tho ohjoclorn, aftor thoy li.in
thoiieht It over as presented liy tho
II ill! o 1 1 n.
Sonic of tho IlKii-ri'S KlmuliiR tho
tanrkod Increase of manufactures In
llanall during thu Inst ton years,
ranees ono to 'question whether tho
data for ISO!) vvcio aft roiupleto art
those of l'.Hlll.
Now that tho money Is piling up In
the hanks, try to flint some method of
liivontmi'iit that will hrliig a return
for vniirself and for Honolulu. Knoimh
iof It has already gone to fill the pock
ets of mainland promoters.
Tho heauty of this year's polo Is
that Ihn games hnvo hceli Hist class
coulesls -good polo fioni stmt to Mu
lsh. Tliat'H what the ciowd likes to
reo, and (hough lctory Is ory sweet,
defeat this jear louu-s no unpleasant
ness. Klrst report had It that Admiral To
go would leave for Japan from one of
the American poits of thn north. Can
It bo that tho lit of Indlgostlon hu suf
fered after his visit Willi tho Itoston
eso has mused him to chuligo ills
Take It us ono of tho certainties of
fllfe that you cun do hotter by rein
vesting In Hawaii than Is posslhlo In
nlno out of ton of tho "opportunities"
offered you from tho mainland. You
would bo a wizard Indeed If you
L$. phked tho tenth.
Mainland papers are declaring that
lii.iti has as much right to shirt sleeves
as woin.in bus to tho shirt waist,
lllghts or no lights, the warm weather
levels nil distinctions . Man has n
light lo keep cisit, and only u woman
can look pretty while suffering nil
the discomforts of fashion.
.Mr. Notley, speaking for tho Homo
Hull! party, refuses to come out In
, favor of Delegate Kuhlo for fiov.irnor.
Goodness knows what tho Homo Itule
party amounts to nowadays, but from
what tho Delegato lias said of his own
plans wo urn inclined lo belleyo lie
Is In entire Hympathy with Notley on
this particular point.
When tho 1'roniotlon Committee, de
cided that ult tho schemes for Floral
Parade posters nro uniformly bad. In
the estimation of the committee. It Is
kind enough lo withhold tho names of
tho competitors, who might II nil boiuo
"Daughter, did I not see you sitting
on thai oung man's lap when I piss
ed tho parlor door list evening?"
"Yes, and It was very embarrass
ing. I wbli von had not told mo to."
"florid heavens! 1 never told you
to do anything of tho kind!"
"You did. You told mo that if ho
ntleuilted to get sentliuentnl I must
ell on li I in."
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Pet Vcr. -nwlwteluUS I. on
Per Yrftt anywhere? n (.'dikIi. I.rto
Pet Veftl po0aM, loittiu.. . . 3.im
ntrred at th Pott office at Honolulu
m tml-flim matter
AUGUST 21, 1911
Ii.'ilm fur their woe In (he fact that
Honolulu has loner put nut n poster
that Iiiih not liceii crltlclHtHl ut huiiio.
1'iesiilent Taft taking to tho road
on the aihltratlou ticulleH shows that
he lias more nerve than tho luiinorlal
Theodore on this particular point.
When the Senate said "lloo" to House-
ell. ho xtinlghtvvay called for Ills
aihltratlou tieatles and pigeonholed
tlieiu without further coniiuvnt.
Keducllon of tho working staff of
tho railroads In the west and the cot
ton and woolen mills of tho oust, may
ho accepted us thu response of tho
standpalters to tho proposal to re
duce the tariff Tho working people
will ho hilghty hungry nliotit tho I lino
Congress reassembles, and mighty
haul pressed when election time Is
THE MOSQUITO FLOOD.
While not assuming to take Issue
with tho i lunsiulto cxpeits on the
ciiuso for recurring "epidemics" of
mosquitoes, it seems reasonable to be
lieve that there am other onuses than
tho activity or luck of activity of tho
It has been noticed that the excep
tional swiirms of mosquitoes have
been general throughout tho town and
In sections whoro previous to tho last
few weeks there had been neither In
spectors nor mosquitoes.
If memory serves correctly this
smile condition has been noted In pre
vious years, and nt about tho same
time of the year. Tho mosquitoes ap
pear lo linvo been brought fairly wall
under tontrol, when suddenly nil sec
tions of the town nro visited by mil
lions of tho post. The mosquito In
spectors aro held responsible and
while wo do not wish to rub tliom of
anything that Is their Just due, It
would be Interesting mid very Import
ant as well, If the men who have kept
un absolute record of thu conditions
could tell us whether there nro condi
tions of wind and weather that have
un liillucuco on tho musqulto supply,
uIbo whether there are Bpeclal breed
It Is significant that sections of tho
Island whoro there wore practically
no mosquitoes four weeks ngo, should
liu ns liberally postered as other por
tions of the, town mid nt thu same
As over) ono who bus had anything
to do with It bus said, the mosquito
piohlcm of Honolulu Is n mighty big
one. To conquer tho pest means n
careful research mid observation car
rylng over u considerable period. If
It bo found that tho mosquito thrives
better iititl- travels farther In certain
kinds nf weather, we cannot climigo
tho weather but It should bo posslhlo
to search out the sources so us to bo
f oi canned nt tho periods when "mo
squito weather" may bo expected.
CAPT. r7s. PRATf FOR
Captain llnymniul 8. 1'rntt, First
Field Artillery, Is relieved from duty
In tho t'hlllpplne Division and will pro
lied, to Seholleld Jlarrarks. Pratt will
ho detailed for duty 111 bis company at
llio Lellehua camp, hy tho command
After saving her niece from drown
ing nt Coney Island, N. Y., 15-year-old
Fannin Westeruinn lost a light Willi
llio undertow for her own life.
cup of coffee over n fellow's colored
"And gnt out of p.l)lng for tho
"Why," ho talked llio other fellow
Into paying for tlfo coffee."
Aillsl My object was In try nnd
oxprcss all llio luurois of 'vvur. How
do you like It?
Friend I hnvo novcr Been anything
Large Attractive House
Formerly a Rooming House
In Downtown District
F YOU have any attractive
investment in view ana
require funds lo enable
you to tVe It up, call
nil tee ut. We may be
able to help you.
We have money to loan on
Sugar Stock or Real Ettate.
We buy anil tell Slocks and
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
924 Bethel Street
A Crate of Six Selected Pinei or
Large Bunch of Bananas
Simply leave your order we do the
ISLAND FRUIT COMPANY
(With Wells, Fargo Express Company)
HUSBAND LEFT OUT,
IS TO CONTEST WILL
reeling thnt ho lias n right to regis
ter a kick, thn husband of tho late
.Matilda Hrlglit Hnrkwltz. lias notlllid
tho court that ho will contest the lu-
gallly -of tlie will by which ho Is left
entirely out In the cold.
Those who benefit nro Miss Hlbn
hi til Cloodwln, who draws n house'and
lot at Chagrin Falls, O., and Mrs. H.iek
wltu's stipson, Chailes Kackvvltli of
I'alolo, gets the remainder.
The will came up for probate this
morning nnd the ensu has been con
tinued for n week.
Land of Puupueo
WHEN a man buys something useful
which at the same time is steadily in
creasing in value he is twice fortunate. 'It
is only a little over ten years ago since the
pioneer settler on the land of Puupueo
made his home there. Then there were
none of the many conveniences required hy
the exacting suburbanite. Now all the ad
vantages that can possibly be asked for are
procurable: Mountain spring water, tele
phone, electric light and Rapid Transit
service, and gas for cookipg.
BE TWICE FORTUNATE, and purchase
one of the most desirable house lots to be
had within three miles of the Capitol.
Remember, Easy Terms Are Offered.
.juill htiHiiSU&itLto! .i, ,f-
SALE OF PRINTS
To clear out surplus stock. Half pricet
ir out surplus stock. Half
The' office hours of the
are from 7 m. to 5:30 p. m. on week
days and on Sundeyt from 8 to
10 a. m, and until 11 every
night for ships'
Chairman Oiorge It. Carter of the
sanitary commission stated this morn
ing that no moro meetings of tho com
mission are likely to bo called until
uftel un appointment of a president of
llio Hoard of Health Is announced by
"Wu will wult now until wo know
who tho president of tho board will
lie, as there lire some matters we want
to talk over," said Chairman Carter.
Tim commissioners luivo n mass of
Information now that they nro digest
ing nnd will uso ns a basis for recom
mendations. CITIZENS PEEVED AT
EYESORE IN GROUNDS
Many of tho residents of Honolulu
who are strong for keeping this city
the most beautiful In tho world nre
somewhat peeved that wheelbarrows,
Inilib rs nnd other homely things should
be lift piled up In tho recesses formed
by tho huge dowu-hniiglng roots of tho
liunnn tree In the Capitol grounds.
They want to know why this rubbish
should be allowed to mar tho beauty
of mi fine n specimen of nature, nnd
bo u vclllnblo eyororo to those travel
ing day by day past the grounds. It
nlso does lint make a hit with tho
tourists visiting Hawaii to view Its
Weekly H 1 1 1 1 tl oer Tear,
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Imprisonment for two months was
(ho sentence which I'ollco Judge Mon
carra'i handed ilnvvn this morning to
Fumllln ltnvviinnnnv tho ltusMun wo
man whom I.luuor Inspector Fcnnell
arrested Inst night nt fvvllel for llio il
licit sale nf n bottle of wine. Tinrs
rolled down tho difendnlit's cheeks ns
she .listened to tho sentence of the
Unlike other Russian women arrest
ed lately, Itnvvunann. did. not hnVe n
baby In her bands tnst nlghi when
Fcnnell nrrested her. There was noth
ing to cnuM tho svninnthy of the liq
uor Inspector, when brought Into po
lice court this morning slio pleaded
GIRL SAYS L H. REED
TOOK HER SJLVER PURSE
' Chief or Detectives McDutllo Is look
ing for I.. If, Heed, n business ngent,
who hfis been soliciting advertising for
n publication In Honolulu. Mis I.ottlo
O'.Mnllcy of tho Empire Theater, has
reported to tho pollco that Reed took
Iter silver purse.
Chief 'McDullle said today that Miss
O'Mnlley reported tho matter to him,
emphasizing the fact Hint lteed would
not return the purse when she de
inunded It. It Is further claimed that
Heed took the purse on the rcprcsen
tutlon thnt lie would give her iln oil
vertlsemeht. Now Miss O'Mnlley vvnnts
her purse hnck, but ns Heed Is charged
with having refused to return It to It
owner, Chief McDiifllo wns naked to
hpprclicnd Reed nnd nslc blm the rea
son. MeDuffle expects to find Hpcd
sotno time this afternoon.
COMMERCIAL HOTEL SITE
BRINGS IN $9,000
Tho old Commercial hotel silo on
tho corner of Nunanu and Ilcretniila
.brought 19,000 when put up to mic
tion Saturday. It wns purchased hy
Charles M. Cooke, Ltd. after Borne
Tho nrea Id 8.1CS sqnaro feet nnd
there wns a mortgage of $2,901.08 on
It, tho sale being ordered by Judge
W. J. Robinson. The complainant was
Rulli Richardson Ouard and tho ros-
pondents wero Ocorge W. Macfarlnno
and wife, Fred, W. Mncfarlane cndj
wife, Mrs. Emma Mncfnrlaiie, widow
and solo dcvlseo under the will of tho
lato Henry It. Macfarlane and a mini'
bcr of others. V. M. Harrison, ap
pointed by tho Judge, conducted tho
FIRST SUITS ARE FILED,
P0I DEALERS VS. CITY
The llrst of the cases In which tho
chlneo P')l dealers aro suing tho city
for closing down their shops during the
cholera outbreak wero filed this morn
ing In the Circuit Court by I-orrln An
Kvvong Kut Chung nssesses his dam
ages nt $1005, Cluing Yung nt HCG2.20,
All Sam at 310r..l0 and Sung Wo I.ung
The complainants state that tho city
dlil with "force mill nrms nnd without
vvanant or Justice In law" close their
shops, and that they sultcred accord
Flftv norsons nro dead In Nlclragua
as ii result of thu recent Moods on 'tho
gulf coast nnd In the Interior. The
town of Ilenia was submerged, nnd tho
gunboat Omatepo sunk In tho llcnia
MILK that Is PURE, MILK
that la RICH, MILK that
It WHOLESOME, MILK
that la FQOD in haalth and
M E D I C I N E in alcknass,
MILK that la from abso
lutely sanitary dairies,
vvh.ra condition! ara open
to all who care to Investi
That's' the kind WE sell.
Call at our Sheridan street
depot and see the new
.lecirlcal purifying process
Smart and Snappy '
All sorts a6i stylish
shapei in the new
Grossetts. Models in
gun metal, black, tan
or patent; in button or
lace; with scallops and
perforation. Fit the
foot snugly; give the
height of comfdrt.
Look them over. .
$4 (o $6 everywhere,
Lw!e A, Crotieti, Inc., Maker
Noil Abloiton, Hw,
1 05 1 Fort Street.
SIX ROOMS and BATH
Electric. Lights Modern Plumbing
Cheap for Cash Apply J. J., Bulletin Office
Ira. Ianailri "'
Stwntch, Uvtr, Kldmy, and
MS THIS flCTOSS MUST
fie on gyewT mbhsi
iil i alrT fic
J tljMesteeeaei lHWJ.ierww bj
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nonoiulu Drug to.
WHOLE on FAMILY
Literal Installment ym"
Shoe Go., Ltd.
Tel. 1 702
Are the Acme
. in Pocket
They Keep Correct
H. F. W1CHMAN & CO.
l'lare jour hand on flip poise of
Honolulu's business norlil lijr lielnu;
n constant reader of tho AVaut Ad
'Section of the Hu lie tin.
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