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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, AUG. 23, 1911.
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We have Juit ractlved a new shipment of 8teamtr Trunks
and 8uitcaiei. We have
Fiber Trunks, Canvas Trunks,
and Black Zinc Trunks
Genuine Leather Suitcases,.
Panama Matting Suitcases,
We paint your Initiate on trunki and eulteatet free of charge,
and we do the eama work on your old trunks and auttcaies
vlthout charging anything.
KAM CHONG CO.,
Corner Fort and Beretanla Street!
"JT having the low, damp spots in
flfe-jT your yard Ailed in and the lot
graded you will be 'assisting in
the campaign against mosquitos besides making
your place much healthier. Estimates furnished.
P. M. POND,
J. A. G1LMAN
Shipping and Commission
ARTHUR SEWALL & CO., BATH, ME.
PARROTT & CO., SAN FRANCISCO
BADGER'S FIRE EXTINGUISHER CO.
GENERAL FIRE EXTINGUISHER CO.
(UIIINftm, AUTOMATIC Sl'ltlNKI.KH)
NEUMAN CLOCK CO.
ROYAL STANDARD TYPEWRITER
AACHEN & MUNICH FIRE INS. CO. ,
FOHT STKKET, M'AK MOCIIANT. s
Protests That City Dumps Are
used as .indiscriminate
Protests thnt refuse from tho pln,e
npplo 'canneries, sent to tho city
(lumps, is being allowed to pllo up
until It forms a mennca lo health have
licen niniio within tho last few days
and yesterday a reporter for tho n u 1
totln, In company 'with an expert
chemist of the city, visited tho spot
to asccitaln conditions.
Tho city dump In spots Is literally
allvo with files and Insect pests ,ln
vnrlouB stages of activity, and the
whole Iwllel district Is feeling the
It Is stated that a treatment of lime
on tho dumps would prevent three
fourths of the present pest. Instead
of that the dumps llo untreated In
the hot sun, and files nro bred by the
Tho Hawaiian Fertilizer Company
has been suffering from this plague
of flics In its buildings and offices.
Bpoaklng of conditions, n chemist for
the fertilizer company said yester
"This refuse could without doubt he
used ns n potah fertilizer If proper
ly burned, potash being one of tho
most expensive plant foods Import
ed Into this Tciritory that go to mako
up tho commercial fertilizer. All of
this plant food Is Imported from dor
nmny, a fJcrman Trust controlling tho
output anil price of same."
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Has No Equal in' the Laundry
TAKKS OUT Tlli: DIIIT QUICKLY AND TUOHOUaiU.Y
DOBS NOT IKJUltK TIIU HANDS
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.
Twenty-seven passed tho primary
grado examinations, two tho gram
mar In full and lirtecn tho grammar
grado In parts, in tho examinations
held at tho Normal school last week
following on tho summer school scs'
slon. Tho examining .board oomplot
cd (Its' findings last night.
Tho Erntnmar crude subjects nro
nlno In nil 'and teachers aro allowed
four years In which to pass tho lot.
Those who wcro successful are:
Joseph Knmoniua, Kva 8. lioardman.
Margaret Kalmlloa. I.lly Ackcrmau,
Oliver Mitchell Cnthcrlno Choy,
Oiadys A. Pearco, Constanco Aflaguo,
Ray Bell, Ut K, Kauwe, Mrs. J. P-
Sisson, Mildred Bvans, Shirley B. Pos
ter, Daisy Sheldon. Margaret Bvans,
Dcrnlco Hundley. Mary nrfpozo, Jon
nlo Caspar. Charlotte I,owdcn, Mr.
Askow, Ocorgo K. Apcla, Edward K.
Kekucwa, Milln Dunn, Amelia Gay,
Oabrlcl Ah Yo, Ernest 0 Cockott, Ucr
Tho following passed tho grammar
grado subjects In full: Margaret Mc
Clymont and Abel Ah You.
Those who passed tho grammar
grado subjects In part nro: temma
Knlpu, Mllnoo Hnpal, J. Vincent,
John Pahin, Kugcno Horner, Manuel
do Coite, Clmrtotto Cowan, Mrs. Mt
slck, rtoso Alan, Maud Woods, John
A. Mcdelios, nindys llalna, PaubTal
Ictt, San Chin Wong, Kinlly Bwallko.
Tho examining heard Is composed
of .1. Davis. Royal tchool; Charles
Daldwln. Kaahinianu school: Mrs,
Fi.izlcr, Knliilnnl school; William
McCliiskey. supervising principal, of
FOR AGED PEOPLE
Old Folks Should Bo Ciyoful In
Their Selection of Regu
Wo have n safe, dcpcndablo and
altogether Ideal rtmedythat Is par
ticularly adapted to mo requirements
of aged people and persons of weak
constitutions who suffer from consti
pation or other bowel disorders. Wo
nre so. .certain that It will relieve
these 'complaints' and give absolute
satisfaction In every particular that
wo offer It with our personal guar
antee that It sflall cost the user noth
ing If It falls to substantlato our
claims. This remedy Is called Kexall
Itexnll Orderlies- have a soothing,
healing, strengthening, tonic and reg
ulative action upon tho bowels. They
romove all Irritation, dryness, sore
ness and weakness. They restore the
bowles and associate organs to moro
vigorous and healthy activity. They
are eaten llko candy, may bo taken at
any time without inconvenience, do
no cause anyf griping, nausea,
diarrhea, excessive looseness, flat
ulence or other disagreeable effect
Price 2uc. and 60c. Sold only at, our
store Tho Itexnll Store. Ucnuon,
Smith tCo. Ltd.
Hunolulu's iAo.su.ulto campaign may
yet produce a lltcrnture even us thu
fly campaign on the mainland Is now
producing It, Collier's Weekly, uhllo
depredating tho fact that lly-huntlng
has not reached tho realm of literary
Inspiration, proceeds to start some
thing with tho following editorial:
Fly bunting Is without Its literature,
yet It Is .almost the only form of hunt
ing that keeps tho hunter a in used In
his own home. It Is ulwnys available;
tho game is plentiful, and It Is one of
the few sports in which It Is a vlrtuu
to be a gamo hog. Hlneo tho amount
of strength required Is small, tho gnmo
Is open to young and old and to mem
bers of both sexes. I'olso Is tho mut
ter of most Importance, and any one,
who Is proficient enough with it swat
ter to strlko down u lly on u swinging
window cord or tip one oft the sliada
nf the gas-light without shattering tho
mantle need feel no hesitation about
going In for billiards. For success III
wing-shot swatting an extraordinary
sharpness of the eye Is essential, for
wing-shots only stun tho game, and
unless tho hunter's sight can follow It
to tho floor to strike a second time
with wonderful quickness tho scoro is
tiwt. vile riilHril In il flv hunter's i
rooms become ns wary ns wlso old ONCE ROYAL HOME
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The Best There Is
What More Do You Want
Benjamin .Clothes" ppsscss these
essential points. We handle this
famous make because vc know it
is the best. Clothing with a re
putation, and sold under a guar
antee, is the safest kind to buy.1'.
crows, unu wlicn u nouso nas ocen
limited for a few days u considerable
amount of nature study enters Into the
sport., At the sumo time, the eye' must
nc iraineu 10 nctrci nmn or inuvu
tlmo wasted creeping up to swut n
small rip in the cloth of tho window
seat. Don't swat flics near sharp
edges of tables or chairs where a blow
will bend tho wires. Scnro your prey
Into tho open, follow Its flight and
bring It to earth In some moro ndvnn-
IS NEARLY BURNED
"Miiolnulnnl," tho royal residence of
Queen Lilluokiilaiil on King street, at
l'ulamn, during tho days, of tho Mon
archy, narrowly escaped destruction
by lira last night, when quo of the
Japanese tenants, accidentally dropped
a lighted lump on a floor mid started
tho flames'. Wlicu tho other Japanese
bow the trouble they rusied to box f3,
corner nf Kinir and I.llllia streets, mid
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lageous miming grounos. Ann aiwayturn0(, , , Illirm t0 Ul0 flr0 Ftutn
remember, nn animal clever enough to
walk upside down on u celling It not
to lie despised for hunting purposes
Just because it doesn't weigh us much
ns n duck.
got busy and were soon on tho scene, a Japanese, who is -making .the
Tint when they nrrlM'd thcro was noth- grounds look piesentiiblc. While Die
Ing for them to do, tho lire having structure itself Is fast decaying, It Is
been extinguished by Honda, a Japan-
csu who lives there.
Miiolnulnnl was onco tho gathering
place of tho royal fnmlly of Hawaii.
Many official functions In which dip
lomats of foreign countries stationed
horo were guests, wero given there.
Queen Lllluokalanl, who was then a
Princess, entertaining her distin
Tho pluce was recently lensed" by
Fire Chief Thurston and his men the Mlliioknlnnt Trust to T. Urntnke,
tho Intention of the present landlord
to Improve tho pi nee generally.
Sold Interest In Many 8choonera.
J., A. FiecmanV Son sold at auction
nt Philadelphia on July 10 'an Interest
in live schooners: l-t28 In tho Paul
Palmer, or 2nS; 1-1S8 In the Kllcri
Little, for, f 130;' 2-01 In tho Maud U
Krum, f(jr 193; 3-C4 In tho Collins Wi
Walton, for J 101. and 2-C4 In tho
Hiimarock, for S."3.
Nothing Just As Good
AUUTUAMAN IIUTTlCIl IS IN A CLASH HY ITHKI.F. IT
HAS FltAVOK AND COI.OU OF A HTANDAIID NOT HUACH-.
i;il JIY HUTTKlf FIIOM ANY OTIIKIl I'AltT OF TIIU WOHI.D.
THY SOMK AND OltDIJIl SOUTHDOWN MUTTON AT THE
8AMI3 TIME. SOLD EXCLUSIVELY AT THE
CITY HAS KNOWN
CELTIC CHIEF CASE
STILL BEING HEARD
Tho Celtic Chief coso was again con
tinued yesterday when mora technical
ovldenco was called. J. Sato, n Jap
anese, contractor, told tho number of
men that ho had supplied Captain Mil
ler1 with for tho Job.
Captain Miller was placed on tho
stand nnd was questioned as to tho
tacklo that was used in hauling the
vessel off the rocks. Ho stated that
It wns almost Impossible to tell what
strength a steel hawser was and that
sometimes a smaller one would take
moro strain than a large one.
Tho examination will bo continued.
;:;, IFEE OTfcET
PERPETRATED BY WAITANFDOUCALL
Metropolitan Meat Market
HEILBRON A LOU 18, Proprietors
Wbm i t your wfxva&M call for HELP,
wD com to the reseua with food old
. PRINTER'S INK i i
ood AmrtKTitma has haved many businiss mi
BOM HNAMOAJ. MUrWftBCK
PINEAPPLE PACK WILL
BE UP TO ESTIMATES
The pineapple park for the Islands
will rub Just alioiil as estimated earlier
0O.OQ0 cases respi'i I h oly.
Tho seuson Is 11 little moro than half
over,i but the rush part of It will bo
over In u week or two, ufter which the
Honolulu's milk supply now Is tho
purest ever known here, siiyw D. P. IL
senhrrg, as tho result of the electri
cally nurllled milk sent out by tho Ho-
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nolulii Dulrymcii's Association, whlcli in llio season iy loeni pineapple men
Is furnishing by fnr the majority of bet ween 7S0.000 nnd 800,000 enses. Ofj
mlllc-uslnc residents of tho city with this amount, tho two big local can-
tho lacteul fluid. Jncrles, those of the, Hnwallan Plneap-.
iiinnw iii niliu Ix nrovlnir so nlo Comimnv and tho Hawaii Prescrv-
valiuiblo for young babies that it has 'ing Company, will lie somo 250,000 und
been ndnptcd by the Children's Hos
pital In cases where youngsters need
only thn best 6f euro and attention.
Miss Dewat. superintendent of tho
Children's Hospital, has notlllcd Mr. pints will come from tho Held moro
Iseiibcrg that sho has been Investlgat- sbrwly.
Tng tho milk nnd that It Is glvlng Proipects for ncxt season nro un
splendid results for thn feeding of utually bright,
young babies who need much nourish-1. a
ment. Hbe told bin, the story of a DAIRY GIRL CARRIES GERMS
baby who was wustlng nwuy' under or-, CHICAGO, July 31. Two perrons
dlniiry cure, but when the electrically- nro dead, ono Is dying and thirty aro
purllled milk was administered, begun ill In bno district In Kngtowood as tho
at once to pick up health and strength, result of using milk Infected with ty-
phold fovcr bacilli. This wbb disclosed
BORN. today by tho health department.
Tho prevnlcnro of typhoid cases In
WKIIHTKH At the Knplohinl Mater- th0 Knglowood district attracted tho
ulty Home, Honolulu, August 21, to attention of the health department two
Mr, und Mrs. M C. Webster, n son.
EMBROIDERED IN COLOR8
weeks ago. Investigation showed
that most of tho families affected ro
eolved their milk from ono'dalry. Ftir
Uior Investigation slinwcd that Hoso
Iloersma.'an omployeo of this dairy,
was what tho medical profession term
a "natural carrier," y
Miss Uoersma Is apparently In good
health, but the i"h has been typhoid fev
er In the noersma fumlly since 1908,
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LOCALNOTES ' A.Guy "Ydpp and family have returned from a 'wo-tnonllts aLroatlind v(1h
a loT ol valtidblc dnllquc3.rlri Tdpp has secured a gargoyle Irom namlcl's loinb.OlsYaimc
copped off Oliver Cromwell S Itavfnd-inug, Ira app liouglit tx g ass cyo once used by Goellic,
Fill Tapp obtained a porous plaster Lelondlno totlioDukc of Alva and A C.Yiup bouolil an
alledcd nandpalnTeJ Rcmbrundl which louUs prclly bul which some of our best artci
berry fbstival at Inc Oi
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