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EVENO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, THURSDAY, AUG. 24, 1911.
We have Juit received a new shipment of Steamer Trunks
nd Suitcases., Wa have
Fiber Trunks, Canvas Trunks,
and Black Zinc Trunks
Genuine Leather Suitcases,
Panama Matting Suitcases,
We paint your Initials on trunks and sulteasss free of charge,
and we do the came work on your old trunks and suitcases
without charging anything.
KAM CHONG CO.,
Corner Fort and Deretanla Streets Harrison Block
COURT FILINGSWANT TERRITORY
TO GET MORE
"HfcTJT Having the -low, damp spots in
B jf your' yard filled in nid the lot
" graded you will be assisting in
the campaign against mosquttos besides making
your place much healthier. Estimates furnished.
P. M. POND,
J. A. GILMAN
Shipping and Commission
ARTHUR SEWALL & CO., BATH, ME.
PARROTT & CO., SAN FRANCISCO
BADGER'S FIRE EXTINGUISHER CO.
GENERAL FIRE EXTINGUISHER CO.
(llltlNXKU, AUTOMATIC Sl'HINKI.KIt)
NEUMAN CLOCK CO.
ROYAL STANDARD TYPEWRITER
., AACHEN & MUNICH FIRE INS. CO.
FOUT STItKKT, NKAK JlfclHJItANT.
Pilings of document In tho Supreme
nnd Circuit courts up to noon totlny
nro given below. 4
I Tliu letters shown after tho lime of
tiling are lined fur Indexing purposes
and mean ns follows: D. dlvorcoi K,
'equity; I., law; nnd 1. probate. Tho
llguie are nlBO for reference.
August 24, l'Jll.
10HG a. in. 559. In ro Crnlg vs.
Praecipe. Designating parts of record
to bo Included In transcript.
10:60 n. m. Smithies vs. Conkllng.
Brief, of plaintiff.
August 2.1, 1911.
1:10 p. .in. 1. 4379. Kitnto Henry
O. Mnrchant, deceased. Order appolnt-
! p. in. li .1722. Knneohc rtnncli
vs. Kmieolio Mill Co. Motion, etc.
3:05 p. in. K. 1732. Quant vs. Well-
urdsoii. Final receipts of commissioner.
August 24, 1911.
7:30 n. m. U. 4351. Haasonrlttcr
vs. Haasrnrllter. I.lbel for divorce.
9 n. in,-- U. Naalualu vb. same. Ap
penriiiicii uii'l answer.
9:20 a. in. O. 4152. Chew Suk
Tank vs. Chew link Snug. Decrco of
dU'orce. Issued copy.
10:10 n. in. E. 1732. Ouard vs.
Mncfarlane. Order confirming Kale, etc.
10 n. in. i:. 1710. Kaneolio Ranch
vs. Knneohe Rice Mill. Notice.
10:65 n. m. D. 4271. Mashlmotovs.
same. Decros of divorce.
11 a. ,m. P. 4422. In ro guardian
ship of Kcrrelra et nl. Petition for
appointment of guardian.
(Continued from Pago 1)
navy dock at tho earliest possible
moment. Several transportation men
seen this morning declared that thn
nnvy will probably bu willing; to con
sent to the transfer, and lint thn
Territory can If necessary include the
Channel wharf as part of the deal.
This Navy wharf emi then ho used
by tho Mntsotv Navigation company,
nnd In turn tho Inter-Island CJin)nny
can use tho present .Matson wharf.
It, Is suggested also that thoro Is
n space for 'approxlmalely 2,000 tons
of freight at tho open end of tho
Alakea wharf which should ho util
ized. It Is further pointed out lliat
on the maknl .side of the Oceanic
whntf freight thed Is a coal-dump
that should bo roofed over nnd used
as n warehouse.
A transportation man who has suf
fered a Rood deal In tho past few
years because or inailcipiulo ware
house and wharf room said this morn
ing that the Hnckfctd wharf Rlinutd
bo used merely as a iccclvlng wharf,
and that after dlschaiglug freight nt
tho Navy .wharf or soma other place,
steamships could then go to tho
Ilackfcld wharf and pick up their
bulky sugar nnd pineapple cargoes.
Tho Canadian-Australian line, which
has steamers in hero only once In
three weeks, could ure. tho Kwu side
of the Alakea wharf for their limited
imrposeg which Involve the handling
ofin hundred or two hundred tons of
Local shipping men want tho com
mission to begin now on some compre
hensive plan that will Include tho ex
tension of the present wharf spare.
Tho wutcrfront hero. It Is pointed mt,
Is limited at the best, and the Terri
tory must secure, every foot possi
ble. The building of lha warehouses
Is a necessary ndjunct, but spico wl I j
be found for them If the coinmlssloi
will negotiate for moic wharf fro I
ARE LOOSE NOW
Has No Equal in the Laundry
TAKKS OUT THE DIRT QUICKLY AND THOROUGHLY
DOKS NOT INJURE THE HANDS
H. HACKFELD & CO;, LTD.
Registration of births and deaths
throughout tho Territory Is a niattor
ihat the now president of the board
of health Dr. J. 8B. Pra't, Is look
ing Into with an idea of trying to do
vise sonic scheme whereby' a better
-check can be kept on tho vital statis
tics. At the present tlm'o tho system of
checking up the deaths tg working all
right but when It comes down to a
(uestibii of1 births tho figures are only
approximate. Tho question of who Is
responsible for reporting them Is un
settled. The doctor, tho father, or
In his absence, tho mother are all
EUiine( to send In a report. As
matter of fact It works out that each
one thinks the other Is going to do It
and In some cases the fact of the
birth Is never registered.
Among tho Chinese nnd Japanese
thcro Is a big discrepancy In this res
pect. With the Huwaliuns in many
cases a doctor Is not called In and
the family forget to send along a re
port. With the haolo papulation, ex
cept for some of those living away
out in tho mountains tho reports nro
The Importance of the matter was
brought out ut the meeting of tho
board yesterday afternoon. Ex-Gov
ernor Carter, who Is chairman of tho. mvry cllinB, ()f memWn BPt.
minimi luiiiiiiiBmuu, uikuu mi, rruu
about It and as to tho advisublllty of
the commission proposing a special
. vs'iv'jr'j .v i.i . iv ! n r- jn
'I: It ,V-wW f : 3 1 5 I M lUlraV.
The Best There Is
What More Do You Want
" Benjamin Clothes" possess lliese
essential points. We handle this
famous make because we know it
is thp best. Clothing with a re
putation, and sold under a 'guar
antee, is the safest kind to' buy. ,,.
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Under tho heading of ".Mural of tho ulcR Iho ressure. The Shipping Ked- largor pay than tho skilled seamen of
Strike," a leading London shipping erutton has always Insisted that thu n former generation eter dreamed of.
writer says: "The lesion nf tho ship- jnopcr plan Is fur uvory ship owner! Tho food, too, which Is thrown In,
plug strlko has come home to ,shlp- to do his part In currjlng bay sail- is now on such u lavish. rrale, thanks
owners.- They now-nee that they have, ois. Hut tho dlsisiidtlnn In too many! to tho statute, that much of It Is lie
ns a body, neglectrd tho Imperatlvo rimes has been to take Iho view that,' tually wasted. Tint Increased Maud;
duty of carrying boy salhus, and thus whatever 'happened, the -foreigner' nrd of comfort nshorc must ncccssarl-
(Contlniie'd frorn' Pege'1)
gist Kuhns liberated them In a ynrd,
where there is n plentiful supply of
fruit. Immediately after their arrival,
..I tin., tlw. rnuiill tx liplni? wnlfllpil
with Interest. I past there has been it relative dearth nation has now arisen, tihlpr
' .,m,.... ...... ,.nrir,w i,,,...i ..niini-lof men, due to the circumstance that are laying L'fi 10s per month f
M MV ... . .- .... ..-. r, . .... I ' ...
Fi-nliM niul other Hinnller Insects, when '"'lay every Hlitp Is lii aetlvo amploy- men who, ns compared with Iho men
ensuring n sutllclent supi'dy of sea-' could always be i idled' upon. Ho has
men. It Is no secret that for months I proved n broken reed. A curlom sit
entlnc'" lm'"' lllle ll "o circunisinncn unit are raying la nis per month for rea
Nothing Just As Good
AUSTRALIAN RUTTER IS IN A CLASS BY ITSELF. IT
HAS TRAVOR AND COLOR OI- A STANDARD NOT REACH
ED nY UUTTER niOM ANY OTHER PART OK THE WORLD.
TRY SOME AND ORDER SOUTHDOWN MUTTON AT THE
SAME TIME. SOLD EXCLUSIVELY AT THE
Metropolitan Meat Market
HEILBRON & LOU 18,-Proprietors
ly have some reflection in wngm
afloat, but tho shliHiwners' view Is
that It has now been considerably
overdone. As I here Is u rude awaken
ing' to tho fact, that this Is largely'
they can cutch them. They make their "lent, and thai crows have had In bo of tho sailing ship days may fairly bo the owners' fault, we nro likely to
hoinu In the ground and It U from i"uiiu mr semes oi now vi'hbcis. caiieu mere iicck uiuorers. men who seu very coiiRwor.uiio nciivuy in mo
there that they will wage war on the" Then, again ,t!io fact that tho yarht- nie to nil Intents nnd purposes un- direction of enlarging the supply of
fruit lly. When the fruit which Is Iii-i'"B HPar.on Is In full swing ncrentii- skilled nro, that Is to say, getting llrltlsh born seamen.
resteil Willi mo maggots in i-ie ny
drops to the ground, they tear It open
nnd eat up the little wrigglers on tho
Inshle. They will also wnjfo war on
the pupae In tho ground and thus may
lie uble to do a gnat deal of good.
There are some of the smaller spd
clcs here, but Mr. Ehrborn thought that
perhaps roiiie of the larger ones might
do more good. Ah the colony was lib
erated In the one place, there should
tlni! along nil right. At n Inter stage
their life history here will be worked
mil W1i.il, mi tliA mitllitntul flint' III
to cover It. Attorney-Qeneral ,. , .. ,....,.
,1 ! l.l , . limi", iiniw -
"'"',"" , , ... ,,","U"B" "ling tho usual run of Insects here
raw In which the production of a , ot ,,, , lmblt.
birth certidcuto was an Imimrtanti .
matter In some laud cases when the
ownership of laud de ended on It,
As. soon as he Is ready with Ills
rcheme Dr. Hrutt will give out tho
details but as It Is ono of those mat
ters that aro not of paramount Im
portance compared with the larger
oneH In hand at tho present ho may
not come to any final policy regarding
It for some time. "
MRS. JONES DEAD
After suffering for some tlmo with
pneumonia, Mm. W. II. Jones, sister
of Hon. Fred. K. Decklcy, Hawaiian
Interpreter of tho Circuit Court, died
last night at the lleekley home, Ku
llhl, Tho deceased was well known
in Honolulu, having been educated at
the Knmchnmeha Ulrls' School.
Mrs. Jones married about four
yearn ugo, and lived on Molokal. tJho
No sales were recorded at this morn-1
Ing's session of the stock exchange, and
business generally was unusually dull.
In splto of good news on sugar prices
from the New York market, tho local
Investors nre not iietlve, nnd oven tho
talk of "live-cent sugar" falls to stir
up many buying orders nt prevailing
The principal sales were 100 shares
of Hawaiian Commercial nt 41, thrco
blocks going at this llgure, Wulaliiii
was sold between bourds at 11 7.2 J, but
strengthened nnd Is now lit 117. SO. Ho
nnkaa Is steady at 12: CO.
Two bonds showed sonio activity. I
Illlo Extension G per cents went at
92. to, nn advance or n point' and n hull
PERPETRATED BY WALTAAPDOUGALL-:
A man In Memphis lias asked 1lie Postmaster General wtiat it would cost" to print him
some private postade stamps with tils portrait endrdved tncrcon . He says no con use
them in hts busmess. Gooj rj .idea .W gujmt a few.grrjjnal aesjgris to MiHjtcJwoci,.
'wS5 il 'jtf,)
Ezra M. Blister, Lodi, Mr.U-cd.R.Majsoleum Mrs Iodine Q.Cumbcr, Hiram Sodrdome, tlie
NaJ. Prest. Marshview Composer, writer uf of Cumberland falls,Va. inventor of the Wlrewove
o m r 41 i "Tl m .p. 4 ri n II Ml 4
neaiiyuotauihoroi ins ineonewttig-gum inanuiaciureroi ino uvcrau ana the reluming
Dcmolilcl. Why ,,o1 moke Mill Is Mevcr Idle' and Ucal Stuffed Piclilo Colf ball. He established
'I .1 4 "C4I .All. 4 1 IQ 4-C et I 41 lit . . u )
our UdllS more coiniori- lathers van always ana jwcci iern iiomocn inc riamcures i tomeaii
able? Comes Bdck. JiHers lor Oays.' Kioli.Ki.tlTrailecl.;
(Ileg. U. S. Tut. Ofllco) SWt
Miked by tho man behind the counter. SjLQlT
Obtainable In battles (carbonated) at Y&S.
all Soda Fountains, Retail Stores, S-SSySV
Clube. ' iLni5
For the Home, obtainable by the Cae flMrl AB"
from Arctic Soda Water Works, lJAVr"
Tel. 1557. WS7Vl
PINECTAR SYRUP Xm$E?
For Table Uie At All Grocers
and her husbind came to Honolulu
ntil,. n tiwu wfinku n.n Tim funAcil oepr tho lnwl-reitnrteil snles.
wt.t,. ll.il n...o WSW. .. IWO.M. ----- - --.
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services wni oo iieiu, mis nueruoon hi nu-h vi-m uj, u ijumu-i , u immih, p.-u-.lo'clock.
Interment nt tho family plot.liiB nt l!.75. As n whole, tho day was
I J?CS6gj. wggT'
Ilendiuartcrs to further the cnndl-
Onvernor Dlx has In his hands for
daiy of Woodrow Wilson for President action u ney. election bjlt, In which
have been opened In New York by personal registration Is mado neces-
Lnwyer William P. McComb Jr., a sury throiihgout New York State.
champion of the (lovernor of NewJer
"Snobbishness Is dividing the church
ngnlnst Itself In America," declared
Miss Clara ll.irge, secretary of the
Woman's Home .Missionary Society of
thn Methodist Episcopal church, In nn.
address before 3500 Chicago Method
EMBROIDERED IN COLORS
I stop mew J 2r&jtp - ittiiw3v7 V- -"Jga. C )
. sai i y'sK L L rvjaisf' xi. nm 1R - ,
I&INK AND Bo6bSOME PEOPLE SAY THE.Y ARE NOT RI&mfiTEinHEAD8.WHATI