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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, August 29, 1911, 3:30 EDITION, Page 3, Image 3',
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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, TUESDAY, AUO. 23, 1911.
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NO MATTER WHEJHER YOU ARE IN 8AN FRANCI8CO OR
AT HOME, DO YOUR 8-0PPINa AT "MAONIN'8"
Price Values on
Women's Colored House Dresses
Neat, stylish, practical drone that are attractive In the homo
or for Summer Retort Weir,
$1.50 Houte Dresses In navy and white stripe, black and white
check, white ground with imall blue and black stripe, material
percale, made Dutch neck, buttoned side or front.
$200 House Dresses In a large assortment of Blue and White
Check and Navy Stripe Gingham.
2.50 and $3.50 House Dre ses In issorted styles.
A Brassiere Is essential t a correct figure. "'
$ .50 Brassieres In 3 Special good styles.
$1.00 Brassieres In Hook, Cross, and Button styles.
$1.50 Brassieres In many styles. ,
I ALL PACKAGES $5.00 AND OVER WILL BE SENT TO THE
I. x "ISLANDS" FREE OF CHARGE
Orant Ave. and Geary St.
San Francisco, Cal.
Thai just describes our new
Oxford styles in Women's Regal
Shoes. No other ready-to-wear shoes
for women have their trim, graceful lines.
embody every latest fashion-feature of the most expen
sive custom models now being worn in New Yoikand
omer rasnion-cenircs. I nesc iecai styles aiso give
you the perfect fit and comfort ol made-to-measure
shoes because tliey arc made in quarlcr-iizes.
REGAL iilOE STORE
(Continued from faga T)
lean Medical Association, lie declared
Dr. McCorrpnck said that when ha
took first Rt6ck they had 120,000 lic
ensed doctors now they hnvo Iw.OOO,
Then only one In four had pone Into
organisation matters. Many of thorn
were n danger. Oor CO.OOu of them
had never taken In any new hooks.
The" refrain ran through his mind,
lion ncjiuino people in ineir cunrge.
Ho foitnfl'that tho "average doctor
could not afford to kcop up. This Ii
also tmo of over fifty per cent of tho
doctors of today. In Pennsylvania the
great majority of doctors aro poor. It
Is not ro on the Pacific Coast and
Northwest but in tho great part ot
America. In caso of an epidemic
there Is n danger to tho people. Where
not poor they were In discord and
had brought tho profession Into bad
repute. It has made It almost lmpos
Blblo to get good, effective, legislation
and stop quacklnery.
'There Is a very bad system of
backbiting prevalent. Tho wholo sys
tem Is bad In tho medical colleges and
It bus Ljon a curse to tho country.
Tho llrst colleges started got Into u
thrcc-curncu i.nht. There uro now
172 schools lu all the balance ot tho
world, while a llttlo while ago thero
were 162 In America only. Tho young
man who graduated there lived In an
atmosphere of slander. Tho fight
spread through tho country. It was
waged throughout and It was no won
der that tho public got tired ot them.'
MR. KERSCHNER RETURNS.
J. W. Kcr ihnir of tho linn of Kersh
ncr Vulcanizing Co, rccinlly Incorpor
iitcil. has returned from a business
tilp to the other Manila.
Mr. Kcndincr Is well known to hII
niitomobllo owner In the Islands, and
nun) of us hae occnMon to thank him
for his timely usslsloneo when strand
ed mi the road with u tiro tliu. lias
Tho Increasing patrunngii enjojedby
tho ilrm Is duo to tho hlgh-grudo work
dona In Its shops.
home llo limo jllons In the line of
tho latest appliances used III vulcnnlr-
Ing are In evidence at tho company's
work. Tho Kerf liner VulcunUIng Co.
Is will equipped to hnndlo tho work of
It" rnpldl -Increnslng business.
WILL PROBABLY DROP
Matters 111 connection with tho Tat
IvrHanjLiiurKtk are lying ilormnnt, noth
ing further Ian Inn been henrd by Su
perintendent of Public Works Marston
Ho stated till morning that he hard
ly thinks that there win any need for
pushing tho matter further from his
olllie. "1'uttirson has expressed bis
willingness ti come forward and mako
Ills ufltiliiNlt,' -lio laid, "and ho also
gao the name of tho man whom ho
tillcuc inndo tho bribe. This should
satisfy cerbody concerned. Perhaps
the Maul Loan Fund Commission may
feel Inclined to follow tho mutter out,
but I really think that this should
utile over thing." .
FREAR SEES NO DANGER
FROM DILLINGHAM BILL
A copy of tho Dllllii'jhiiiii Immigra
tion hill has been rcielod by (lovcrn
or l'rt.ir. It bhowi what has been cut
nit mid what has been added to tho
present laws. and. ns htutcd by tho
II ii lie tin, docs not greutly affect
I do not think that the Dillingham
bill nffetts us much either ona way or
tho ollur," said tho liocrnor: "wo nro
put down among tho other possessions,
but wo aro not inlliil n possession.
Young Hole) laundry
Work Call.d For and
Union and Hotel Streets
Ve Are Here to
- Do Your Printing
We Have a Large Assortment
of Type Ready to Serve You
Wliat You Want,
The Way You Want It
And When You Want It
(Continued from Page 11
that a great ileal could ho done to cv
peilltc busllKss on tho wimrvce ir a
capable person were Appoint d to reg
ulate Jralllc find tho means (of acixss
to and exit from tho w bancs.
We beg (n niHIsei
Second: Thnt thq controllers of
other wharves In Honolulu bo request
ed to Impose tho same regulations ns
nro finally adopted by the boird of
harbor commissioners (for the govern
ment wharves with tho additional pro
lso that time limits nro contingent
iiKn sulllclcnt enrs being furnished by(
the railway company when freight ls(
to he removed 'by mil so far as this
Is be olid tho control of tho conslgnte.
On Foreign Cargoes.
"The reasons Inducing tho committee
to make the above recommend illoiii
nro ns follows:
No 1. Three- thousand flvo hundred
Ions was shown to be tho largest for-
clun tnrgo delivered, Tho collector of
customs uses discretion In Issuing gen
cral delivery orders; ho never Issues
samo until tho expiration of twenty-1
four hours ufler the discharge has been
completed. Ill tho, ease of 3.,00-tnii
Oriental cargoes, which nro unloieleil
In one day, this gives a minimum tlmo
of two days plus tho seventy. two hours!
which nro recommended by the eoni-j
inlttee, or n total of llvo davit, which
evidence shows Is ample.
"Kor n 2000-ton cargo of fertilizer,
which Is discharged at , tho rate of 10U0
tons per day. tho time would thus also
ho a minimum of flvo dnjs.
No 2. The evidence shows that tho
largest cargoes dealt wltn arc ,woo
tons, anil these nro onl at the Ainerl-I
cnn-llnwnllnn wharf, where time Is no
dllllculty In getting rtrdjs In. and lt'00
tons per day nro readlls disposed of.
Huih a cargo would have twilvo ill)
nfter the da) of nrrlw.', whlih Is cvl-,
dently ample. At the othri whurvts
tho lirgrst nilioiipt discharged Is shown,
to bo .U00 tons this nt tne iiacKiciii
and Oceniilo wharves. Such a cargo
would have seven das In uddltlnn to,
the day of arrival. The oceanic wiuri.
even with tho present chaotic trnlllo
regulations. Is doing 700 tons a lay,
unit cvblenco was given that the same
Is tho case nt tho Hackfeld wharf.
"No 3. Consignments In Inter-Is
land vessels nru so small tint pro
vided that outward freight docs not
Impede evidence showed thn't these
cargoes could readily bo moved within
the time set.
"No. 4. Thero was no difference of
opinion thnt the tlmo allowed vvns suf
ficient for freight that vvns hauled from
points In the Honolulu district.
Sugar First Consideration.
"No. 6. The evidence showed that
Sugar had principally to bo considered
here; but plncnpplcs would iiImi 1 a nf
fected to a certain extent. Sugars nro
shpvvn to come In by Intcr-Ishind car
rier and by rail; It Is Impoolhlo to
gnugo the arrival of siuli cirgoes, and
yet It Is Impossible tn add tho expenso
of extra handling Involved In movlngj
from.whnrf while uwnltlng tho arrival
of the deep-sea carrier It vvnH shown
In evidence that such sugar, whin In
largo ipmntltlcs, uiuliiableilly Impeded
the wharves. Nevertheless tho com
mittee felt that tho tlmo had not yet
come to Imposo restrictions, vvbero no,
abuse Is existing, and whero when oth
er regulations nre hi effect no Incon
veniences may ntctu The committee
hereforo retoiiiinenilnl that no regu
lation bo Imposed. Tiny stated, how
ever, what was the minimum limit
which ought under mi) circumstances
to be allowed."
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II 4Kc'fforfW WvW A... HP. r ..' . f
I Phoenix "" I
1 Genuine Thread Silk
BmailT, beautiful. br!I- frT 1 "F HnP ! I
Hant. Itc-onforccJ nt A ACAt X lw
I M 1 jci, h ol nntl topi, ho thnt f&9& A&L. M ill
ri 11 0 ordlnnry silk bono. fc H I fi I
Won I bcomo nlioddy or M L m J,, M
M loao lustra when vvnshccl. laB I
I The Clarion I
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aviation riiee. for example. That was Tio .Hawaiian Sugar l'laiikrs' As
ia no sense u test or what thu mi- riKl.itliui, It Is reported, nre nbniit t
chines or the jillots -cmild do It was inter mi ugriiment with Chemist H.
niirclj n reckless sporting event In I". Itntt. He to flvo his process fur rc-
N13W YOH1C N. Y., Aug. 20 MI- which the men bet their lives ngilnt lining sugar u inoroiigii kmi . hiiiiii
r WrlklifH latest tour of I'.uropo has n certnVi amount of money. It was u sugar factory .may bo criHtnl upon
gnuiblu with death. .Mime- pinntutioii nun cnu invciuion emu
out there. ,
iiain has withdrawn
WILBUR WRIGHT ROASTS
The OiiIiii pii
Inenased his disgust at tho dare-devil
tnctlcs of the lluropciiu aviators.
'The sensational flights nro really w Ki,,in of ljuhiih Ii.ih n crudco
hurting the urt," he deehire.1 on his nM,Nt jiliinefotn. Ho bought forty from further participation In the polo
arrival lure "Tho do not work to- lir(,M r .iali. fr, t, Btate mid on tournameiU, mid Kntwl .mil the I'lflh
waul imiliitnlnlng u healthrul Interest ,,,)Pltion found Hint all except thrco Cavalry will light It nut for honors.
In neriiiiautiis or blip In prictlcal de- mul ,ic.hjlf ncres wns water. The announcement vvns liuolo rollow-
vclopimnt or the machine . . lug u mictlngof tho captains Ibis
'Tiikii the recent Intcriutlonil circuit MP-nULLETIN ADS PAY-sjbjbj morning.
REAL E8TATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered fcr Record, Aug. 28.
Mrs. Antcmlu Moiunhii to Munucl M
Pedro ' Kel
Niiehokukul and wf to Henry Cham
II. ItcnlcH and wf by Atty to bum
Chlm: and wife Uol
Colin McCleniinn to Kalrtlew I)t
Liilka I.lnna ami lurti t" ThomnM
Maim Jr ct al D
lohn lluckloy to Stella D. Italsoyi.,.1)
Wiihlncllll ami tub to Dick K Dla-
l.eo Un ct al to U Kwal Yaw &
Frank C. Ilcttcra to l.eo I .en et al
HAWAIIAN HUI IS
AFTER ROAD WORK
UULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
(Continued from Page 1)
"Tho bond Is too high and tho regu
lation nbotit i.uret is Is too stringent,"
said Vr'Iso this men nlng.
' It simply ineniis that tho county
will bavo to pay a big prun for get
ting Its ro.ul work done. They ,hnvo
,lleen talking iibout doing tho work by
contract, irtul now this regulation stops
all but four or llvo of the big fillovvs
from bidding on tho work, and ,tho
prlco of tho bond will bo added to tho
Shark Klin Hlilnir In. l.eo Clioncr. .UK , '""
Hiiwii Com &.8UB Co to Vlnconto I The hul plan has not b any means
,, i-rnnptt i...I) ,,en abutuloncil. mid Mo lioptu to bo
llnuin fnni "si'iff'n!, 1,1 V'l'llVln IvVj ublo to lirratlgo till! bowls.
nnn.lo, n' Uul COIltrilCtotS
Hawn Com & Sug Co to John O I'"'"11 "llol,lu ',0 llllt,, ,0 ("'"rnntcoat
lMHa , d' Isfncfory perroriimneo of tho work.
Hawn Com'&'piig Co to AiiKiiiiVn'o Wl s.ijs that the loin fund lommls
H do Aguiur n hl' shnulii sis, that tho work Is prop-
Hawn Com & fltig Co'to'Vaiiiiel' ,rl Inspected before accepting It.
MendoBa, s (n "
Marin R dn Costa and IirIi t i Kn. Blank
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Entered for Record. Aug. 29. I
Knheio (w) ct nl to K.1I0III (k),...n
Kgpenu Napah (w) to I'lonecr Mill I
Co Ltd .t.,., 1
I.ahnpa () to I.npeka Ako n
booaa of all sorts,
1 etc , manufactured by the
1 Publlstilni PnmiMni
I 2185 editorial rooms 2250
' business ofllre. These nre the tele
phone numbers ot the It u 1 1 c 1 1 u.
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PERPETRATED BY WALT AcDOUGALL-:
miATS WHAT THEY ALL 5AY.
Everybody ruw it eosy except inoj
IVnlhe only one U hcwllie roifcn Job
Intliis um rJuinp,c3sfara3 1 ean see
The oflieps get the corn, I get Ine cob I
Ume II from mejomtlio only one
Who hdrvttimeto even nkile a knock.
I husllc Nil mv worK Is redllv done
While 1hev Ait round a-looUln' dtlhc clock.'
&if It tfets my cfoot to see Ine easy snops V,
rl "- "'-.. . . . t .
ese sfmple boobs hdve somehow copped Jm
ih 'JuipTTiLgs T m
3 I 14-1 I II I
1 I mirthl hrWe. rlnne ).( well nerllrttrS
1 helieve.b'rfee.thdtclocK has slopped I
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5 . 1 I I.
Kin, believe me
jlm Ihe only one iiidisvoriiii,ueiicve mei sff
I Theonlw duv Ihdt HAS to drfnd oil dtiv : Sj? Sj
1 W v . r " a. ( '-JST SM
The others merely fuss from nine to three;
Aim one c? memthat real earns his noy f
H- I II 4-. I I
1 11 mdKesmeso doicJcjrnaiionec tnaa
fJTo'secmo woy these other fellers shirk
111 have to quit end rest myself, b'dcid ,
Before I do another stroke o worK !