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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNESDAY, AUG. 30, 19U
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It is not the quantity but
the inherent quality of
that enables it to perform its
mission. It is the one reme
dy universally known and
.used because of its ability to
quickly restore lost strength,
increase weight, and vitalize
the nerve centers.
There is vitality in every
Dirt will ny In conectlon with ac
tive construction work nlong llio
upper portion of Nuuami avenue, be
ginning with- Krlilny morning. Road
Oycrseor Onirics Wilson spent tlie
morning In framing up u plnn of cnm4
p.ilgn In road building, following upon
tho appropriation of four thousand
dollars for tliU Kpcclflc purise wlilcli
turn wim set aside, last night only
lifter ,n hented wruntjlo In which Sup
ervisors Arnold, Amanu, Dwlght and
Low f n Tmed the Nuunniittcs wlilio
McClcllnji, Murray and Ktuger lielil
out for retaining the four thousand
within tho pity coffers, to later on
he uied In what they termed "por
Itoad Supervisor Wilson has sov
efnl men at tho Niiiiauu valley rock
ci Hither today which when placed In
riinnini; inder can he counted upon
to tin u out nno hundred nnd fifty
cubic yards of materia each day.
Knur thousand dollars Is believed
Meiely nn ienlng wedge. It will iu
no -milliner of menus cover tho cost
of placing tho much neglected Null
um n venue In first class condition.
Hut, It will materially assist In gut
ting things stalled and to tho long
MifTerlug resident of Kuuaiiu avenue
who for months has waded through
ml re. and mumbled over piles of rock
nnd dirt, the action taken by the ma
jority members of the board Inst
evening proved a favorable omen.
Link McCandlesi It Thankful.
"I want to thank the members of
tho .road conimltteo for what they
have done fjir us," said Link Mc
Cundloss who was a smiling specta
tor to tho tilting of lances which oc
cupied tho greater part of two solid
hours at municipal law making mill.
lid, Towso, tho scout nppoluled by
Kaliniikites to look nfter tho Interest
of tho "hill tribes" said nothing but
mentally figured upon bringing down
another of tTicsu "Invasions" which
frequently fill the small meeting place
of the board to ovprllowlng.
"Tltey had better not forget Ma
noa valley,'' mused one member from
that district, in 'leaving the hall.
King Street Not Ready for Pavement
iCurblug is uu uxpcnslvo factor In
tho renewal 'or tho 'construction of
new rond way along Nuua.nu avenue.
It Is estimated tha't blxtecn Miousand
dollars will bo required to accom
plish nil that tho road conimltteo
would like to do in order to fuim their
piomlse to bo tho .S'uuanu Valley Im
provement Club. Out of tho four
thousand which will bo made uvnll
cblo with the dual passngo of the re
solution 'and Its signature by Mayor
Kern, seven hundred dollars will be
utnii to ijefrny tho expense of install
ing a storm drain thiouxh tho prem
ises of M. P. Itohluson, whoso prop
erty lies maiildt of tho Mausoleum.
'Supervisors Murray, McClellan and
Kruger maintained a united front
against taking this money from the
Bum already sot aside for permanent
pavement of King street.
Chairman Dwlght bollovcs that
King sticet from Nuuanu to Klver
streets Is not ready fpr permanent
pavement In that tho Territory must
lay a newer nnd turgor water muln.
Ho bases his opinion from what ho
gleauod In a conforenco with tho Blip
prlntundent of I'ulllo Works. Mc
Clellan on tho other hand Is Inform
ed that it pavement may be laid along
King street at nny time ns tho street
Is suppllod with n sntlsfuctory and
permanent water main.
Against Hluh. Priced Bltullthlc.
The air was charged with streot
Itavlng sentiment for u while. Mc
Ollau plainly told tho board that
when the tliuu enmo to pave King or
other sticcts I lint it could bo done
for' prlccB running from ouo dollar
nnd llfteen con In to two dollars ami
forty cents n sqtiuio yard. It wus ro
culled that tho l'oit street Job rushed
through iot the eleventh hour by the
oldi board, cost the city and county
not far from four dollars a sipinra
yard when tho mntler of suppfylng
rock from city quarries was taken
Into consideration. '
Nuuanu Comee First,
Nuuami, the grand highway for
tourists was n themo over which the.
now Kolld four waxed eloquent. It
was probably to the Intorasts of poacu
nnd harmony Hint no largo delega
tions from Knlllil, Manoa, Kalmukl,
PUBLISHING NEWS, NOT EXCUSES
The Associated Press Inst night
gives the Information that owing to
tho Inability or the Marc Island li.ivy
yard to complete repairs to the cruiser
South Dakota In time for that vessel
to leave on September lf, the Falling
of the I'aclllc fleet to Honolulu bus
been postponed to October 1. Adver
tiser. The first nnd exclusive Information
of the change In tho plan for the com
ing of the Fleet was given to Hono
lulu through tho first edition of tho
H V o n I n g II ii 1 1 o 1 1 n, .t special
I'alolo, Wullclc nnd other dlsirictu
were present In largo numbers, tho
city fathers wire therefore spared
much cmbarasHtncnt. ,
Chairman Dwlght took occasion to
scoic tho minority trluinvatc who op
posed the nctlon taken by tho road
conimltteo In carrying through tm
appropriation for Nuuanu street woik.
"Why defer action," asked I.ow. He
deplored what ho termed n lack of
confidence upon tho part ot the rest
of the' beard towards tho road coni
mltteo. Belt Road Commission Pastes Buck.
Tho belt road commission has cotno
nut flat-footed against Incorporating
any work nlong Nuuanu streot In
their schedule. Murray bitterly re
ferred to tho f.illuro of the loan fund
commission to take up this work nnd
spend something llko twenty-live
thousand dollars In the' Improvement.
Tho .commission says that Nuuanu
avenuo Improvement Is not new work.
There are members of the board who
nro willing to hold up their hands
nnd swear that tho street will liavo
to bo entirely reconstructed. Tho
commission stands pat nnd as they
hold tho purso strings It would look
ns If there was nothing doing along
linos of diverting a golden flow of
two hundred thousand dollars. ,ij
OF THE JOB
Chnrlio Wilson Is running tho Ho
nolulu road department In his own
Mveet way and thereby hangs a tnlo
that to Chnlnuan Samuel Dwlght of
tiie road committee. Is no comic al
manac Joke. Wilson may bo filling up
tho ranks of laborers in the rond de
partment with "Achl men," but
Dwlght apparently finds that ho Is
practically isiworlcss to prevent the
formation of an Achl machine In that
branch 'of tho city and county Ser
vice. WHion Still Hires and Flrei.
Wilson says that he was hired In
run the department. Ho claims that
he Is delivering tho goods. To per
form the work which tho majority of
supervisors voted him to do, ho must
have men that ho knows and In whom
he has confidence that n faithful per
formance of duty will follow.
City nnd County ICiiglncer (lero is
the "number ono man" In charge of
all road work on this Island. He has
placed tho responsibility for Hono
lulu district entirely upon WIIkou'h
shoulders since tho board has elected
that Wilson should bo road supervi
sor for Honolulu. Therefore, Gere
docs not gco fit to luterfero with tho
hiring of new or llio firing; of old men
In tho service.
I Chairman Dwlght still has hopes
thnt ho may bring a recreant Wilson
to book. In that ho proposes to regu
late tho actions -of tho road supervi
sor to uu extent that no now appoint
ments to office In the road depart
ment must bo mado until tho matter
has, been brought to the attention of
the road conimltteo.
Scent Odor of an Achl Machine.
Supervisor .Murray takes Issuo with
a now Iruto Dwlght and tolls llio road
coinmiuco mat n is practically none William L. Whitney,
of their business who Wilson takes 4:07 'p. m. L. 7324. Cnndldo III
on or throws out of tho department. 'velru vh. Vlllliim L. Whitney et nl.
"Hoss Achl" diplomatically stays 'Demurrer to amended coiniilulnt of W.
iuway from tho heated deliberations
ot tho city fathers while a dark brown
sentiment against, political machina
tion Is In tho air.
Tho attempt of Dwlght as chairman
to hold up tho payroll of somo htm-
Id red men Including clerks, tlinekcp-
era and laborers .has again placed
(Wilson on tho defensive.
It takes n unanimous volo to dis
lodgo Wilson from his thiouo h rity
hall. As long ns ho makes good with
tho dopiiitincnt bo ;uppenra to havo
tho support of McClellan, Murray,
Kruger, Arnold, Amnna, while Dwlght
and I-ow helluva Unit theio Is no pos
sibility of a mllloiilum over being
reached in road department circles
until the Wllsonlnn star lius set for
good ami for nil time,
City Clcik KulatioKtil.ini has boon
instructed to draft a letter to Wilson
requesting that In future ho consult
with tho road committee before mnls-
lug further appointments,
It's up to Wilson. May bo ho will
and again may bo ho won't.
Oovcrnor Arum J. Pothler of Ilhode
Island will retire from politics a't tho
end of his presint term, which Is his
Portland, Me., was syH'dcd as tlio
pbieo for th next niinual meeting ot
the nntlonnl division, Sons of Temper-
I cablegram from the Iliillotln's
I Washington correspondent having
necii received at tnu II u 1 1 e 1 1 n olllco
shortly nfter noon.
Tills 1 it 1 1 o 1 1 n cabin was copied
In the second edition of the other nf-
ftcrnoon paper with a lame excuse, and
the Advertiser limps along as usual
twelve hours late. While the Uni
te tin's contemporaries nro Indulging
on paretic discussions on how to write
cables the II u 1 1 e 1 1 n Is giving the
news first nnd the truth about It.
If you don't get tho llulletin
ou don't get the news.
Filings of documents In tho Hupicmo
mid Circuit courts up to noon today
lire given below.
The letters shown nfter tho time of
tiling uru used for Indexing purposes
and mean ns follows: 1), divorce; K,
equity; 1., law; and 1', piobato. Thu
litmus ure also for refciencc.
Al.gust I'll, lllll.
111.10. n. in. D. 1355. Anderson VS.
11:30 u. li. 1. 3C2S. ltc estate of
Thomas Cummins, l'etltlon for np
provul. , 12:.'I0 p. m. D. 43EG. Frank Levy
vs. Murlit Levy. Hied libel mitl order
and Issued sniud with summons.
l:S8 p. m. 1. 3C2X. Estate Thomas
Cummin,), deceased Petition undordtr.
1:S'J ii. in. P. 4411. Kstuto Slarlo
Klurcnbeck, deceased. Order of pro
UfitOll 'li'.!0 'p. m. P. 4414. ,Ilstatc Marie
StiirtMibovk', Uecennod. Letters and Is
1:31 1 1. in. 1 4419. Kstnti- It. O.
t'ralibe. deceased. Order appointing
1:5." p. m. L. T3T2. Smith et nl.
V.. Holt. Two disclaimers tiled.
2: 15 p. in. I 73C7. Adolpli & Son
vs. duo Wan Hoy. Motion to dismiss.
2:20 p. in. U. Wcrblay vs. Hewitt.
3:20 p. in. P.
4:07 p. m. U
4411. lte estate W.
'31t. Juan OrlU vs.
Delimiters to amend-
4:07 p. in. L. i318. Juan Ortiz vs.
Wlllluin !.. Whitney et at. Demurrer
In amended cunipl-iliit of W. L. Whit
ney. 4; 07 i. in. I.. "318. Juan Ortiz vs.
UIIII.UII L. Whitney et nl. Demurrer
to iiinend (iimpl.ilnt of William 1'.
4;07 p. in. L. 7317, Kamon OrtU
vs. Wllllatn'l.. Whitney. Demurrer to
amended complaint of Alex. Lindsay Jr.
4 07 p. in. I,. 7317. Hamuli OrtU
vi. William I Whitney et ul. Do-
'imiirer to amended complaint ot W. 1..
4:07 p. in. I,.' 7317. Itninon Ortiz
vs. William L. Whitney et ul. De
murrer to amended complaint of Wil
liam P. Jurrett.
4:07 1 1. in. L. 7324. Ignnclo Owabh
vs. William 1.. Whitney et ill. Demur
rer to amended enmplalnt of William
4:07 p. in. L. 1324, Ignnclo Ownbb
vs. William U Whitney et ul. Demur
rur to' attended complaint of Alexan
der Lindsay Jr.
1:07' p. in. I,. 7324. Ignnclo Ownbb
v.. William L. Whitney et nl. De
nim rcr to amended complaint of W. P.
4:07 p. m. I. 732C. Candero 111
velru vs. William L. WJiltney et al.
Demurrer to amended complaint iV
Alexander Lindsay Jr.
4:07 p. ni. 1 732G. Candero III
velru vs. William L. Whitney et nl.
Demurrer tu amended complaint of
4:30 p.m. R. 1710. Knncolioltnnch
Co. vs. Kant olio Itlco Mill Co. Stip
ulation mid order.
4:30 p. m. P. 441D. Hstnto of II.
(. Crnnlio. Letters of administration.
August 30, 1911.
9:03 n, m. Long vs. Cnlhtirn. Sub
9:30 n. m. n.
Corren et nl.
9:30 n. m. I.
1793. nndrlgitcs vs.
Tbn Ilnwnllan band will glvo a con
cert this evening nt Aula Park, with
nn loiiowmir pioHruui:
March Manhattan lleaeh Snusn
Oveiture l.nrgo (new) Handel
Tho Clown Dance (now) ., .Jtulilnstolu
'Selection Operatic Mirror ....Tolunl
Vocnl-rllnwrllun Songs. ,Ar. by llergtr
'Selection Faust Oounod
I Intermezzo Serenade (new)
.March 1.1 Cnpltun Sousa
Tim Star Spangled Ilanner.
I To raise tho $173,9C7,R35 required to
nm )m ,,ly of r;w York this jenr,
every MOO of tnxnblo properly In tile
borough of Manhattan will bo tnxiAl
11.7224.' Last year tho rain wan JI.7B79.
ttomnli, lnr, Kldnty and
MtTMIt fICTUSC MUST
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w pti oricc
ImRmJob, Dywrfm, Sout Stdft
JicmclApfKMv, Hurt r InttaiBt, Ul
vmn aa . atosMcit, motm r traioi
StiKMch tlttf t-ittni, c HM-
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. Dutx Cnwl, Ua.
MM BmM Uih-mc. HfctkW TnublN
fcjrann. fyktuBttwn. tavtura Btood. Oiutli,
MtuJiMwi, Kcmc Wonst, CaCM Coft-
MMMU AMK VMMOB,
A CnM Tw Ut Wowt.
II JO Mr tottta 1 1 Iw U4 , I lor IS.M
ttb Bcfrtwfa CgmmA .HaUi
4 tarn Umm wi r &r.
Honolulu Drug to.
ARMY AND NAVY
Tho Koro Hlver Shipbuilding Company
of Ijblney, Mass., bns Jmt lnunebed Ar
gentine battleship No. 1 thu ltlvndavla.
Tills monstir vaishli Is n vessel ot
about 27,r,uo tons, mid will rank with
the most powerlul warships of tiny
nation now built er building,
Tim ltlvail.ivla nnd her sister ship,
.Moreno, nro HSR fret long, 91 fott In
breadth, with n normal draft of 27 feet
i; Inches, llxleriully these boats will
appdir lunch llktj the llrltlsh l.lou or
the U. S. S. Arl.aiis.'is and Wyoming
Tlio hblps will have two funnels, placed
tar apart, furwanl nnd after bridges
and turrets. The main nrmor belt,
twelve Inchon in Prickliest, will extend
four feet nine Inches nbove the normal
water lino nnd P-reo rict four Inches
On top of this main belt of nrmor
W'lll In another belt reaching to the
upper de'ik. This will bo nlno Inches
thick nt Its lower edgo nnd eight
Inches nt the upp r deck. Above this
upper deck will I,o n-fncti armor to
protect the f.-lnch guns, mid tho
smokeplpes will Iu protected by n cas
ing of i tool. Tim iirrntiKcmcnt of tho
armor follows, as regaids the distribu
tion, the pi. in adopted for the Japan
ese Dreadnoughts now building.
Tho Argentine ships will bo cnpabln
of currying 4000 tens of coal and 000
tons of fuel oil. The turbine engines
will bo caji.ible of developing 39.S00
indicated boisepower, giving the ships
a speed ot .'2 1-2 knots nil hour.
Tho batteries consist of twelve 12
iiich, .r.o.eidllK r guiif, mounted In six
turrets, nnd arranged so that nlltwelvo
can bo II red at oil" broadside on either
Hlrio of the ships. In addition to this
main battiry, tho ships will carry
twelve 0-lilih fiu-ralijicr gun nnd
twilve 4-lneli ,r,0-callber guns, besides
smaller Held and fainting guns. The
12-Inch guns will have n protection of
12-lucli armor In .front, II. Inch nrmor
at tho sides, 11-Inch armor ut tho back
and .1-Inch armor on tho top.
Tho electric power will bo supplied
by two main stations In duplicate,
tacit lilted with turbo dynamos, capa
ble of geneiatlliR nil tho power re
iiulreil tu ndlon and located within the
armored casemate. Thero.wlll also bo
a third Installation, operated by heavy
oil inotois of sutllelent power to lllu
mliiiiti! tho ship mid nlso handle some
of the turrits for practise
Tho third stntlnn will ohvlatn the
necessity of maintaining boilers under
pressure for nuxlllary sirvlio In har
bors, mid ought to result In tho better
preservation of boilers nnd steam pip
ing. Tho ships vlll cost approximate
ly XI 1,000,000 ench.
WASHINGTON", I). c. Aug. 21. Tho
United States nrmy Is likely to bo ill
vlricri Into a continental and 'nn Insu
lar force. Mnjor-Cieiicral Leonard
Wood, chief of staff, Is ricvilophig a
plnn for establishing permanent regi
mental eoiiiniiilids In thu Phllhinltics. to
tuko the place of tho present expen
sive one of transporting entire regi
ments to nnd from tlio Islands every
two years. Under tho new plan, old
cers would be sent out to tlio Island
regiments and ordr rod .homo, ns Is now
tloiii. In tho castt of lumil nllleerH ns
signed or detnehed from duty with n
vessel on a foreign station.
WASHINOTON, D. C, Aug. 21. It
Is tho Navy Department's purpose to
SACHS DRY GOODS CO,
nbaiidon nil work nt tho Peiisacoln
navy yard, but not to dismantle if. nc
cordlng to u report of Acting Secre
tary Wlnthrop to tho Sennto today on
ii resolution of Inquiry. Wlnthrop
Hibl all the eiiilpmeiit In the Pensn-.
nln ynrd would bo preserved for pos
slblo future use; Tho Wlnthrop report
said tint maintenance of tlio ynrd ln-(
velvet! such outlay that It unduly In-i
creased tho total cost' of production'
WASIIiyOTON. 1). C, Aug. 19.
President Tuft today Issued orders that
the bones of all enlisted men recov
ered from the battleship Maine bo
hinught from Havana to the United
Stntet on n battleship. Tho President
takes the position Unit tho enlisted
nun who went down with the Mnlno
:lro entitled to nil tile honor that the
Unllid States ran glvo Iheui.
Acroidlng to report received today
from Puiscr Uii;nu of tho steamer
Kauai, the following shipments of
sugar await iranssiitntloii from Knit
a ports or call: Malt. fi202, O. & IL
J3.r,0. IC. S. M. 2I0O. V. K. Ufa), K. P.
ll,Ci:2. K. 8. Co. 2800, I., p. 12.70a.
KEEP YOUR EYE ON
For toon It will be llio tcne of'tho greatest boom tlio world hat over witnessed.
Never was there a greatecertainty of making money than by buying Panama Government lands at tho
Price $6.00 per Acre; $1.00 Down and 25c per Acre per Month,
with NO TAXES TO PAY FOR FIVE YEARS!
Tho Western Coast of Panama has a delightful climate, and the most fertib lands on earth (tea U. S.
Gov. Reports), which have recently been thrown open to all nationalities on equal terms. v
The orenlng of the Panama Canal will, almost in the twinkling of an eye, give this heretofore closed
region access to every market. Think what effect the increased population ana development will have on
To encourage development, first owners can have their lands cultivated on shares, so that, beyond pur
chasing, tiio raw land, from the Covernmcnt, the properties can be put on an income basis without further
pnymont. As the country Is filed up, owners will be expected to attend' to their own development. Thus
tbero is every Incentive to buy
PANAMA DEVELOPMENT CO.,
DETWEEN FIFTH AND SIXTH
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pf '. -bit
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a rwt j niti -N''S'
uenuine inreaa oitiv
DRESSY FELLOWS pralso f-ftl-p H "
their smart style, bcauti- 11CII1 lHJOCT
ful appearance, lasting qual
ity, nnd low price. Nino beau
tlful shndeH from genulno
Italian thread silk that won't ,
lovu lustra or beoomo shod Jy,
HE TRIED TO ESCAPE
THEM BUT IS CAUGHT
Among tlio sudden departmes on
board tho Lurline yesterday afternoon
wus 11 young gentleman named Morell
Itandall, who has been ronnetcd with
tho llulletin staff for some length
Ilehlnd him hn left many weeping
female chums who wcro Hhorked al
most when they happened to sen him
on board while tho ship was pulling
off. Ho tried to escape from being
seen but was too late.
Itandall won't bo gono long us he
Is making n round trip on tho boat.
Ho Is going up nuletly on both 11 bus
iness and pleusuro trip. Ho will re
turn with his wife, who Is now resid
ing In Sun Francisco. Ho has 11 host
of friends In Honolulu and this will
no doubt he news to them when they
hear ubout his sudden move.
Wallele on the eBrth.
Tho Intcr-lslnnd sleamer Wallele,
has been placed oil tho berth for dis
patch for Honokna, Kukulhnele, Pa-
nunnti nt II vo o clock mis ntlurnonn,
taking shipments of general rnrgn
210 MERCANTILE PLACE
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Sf i -
FEDERAL COURT QUIET
BUT WILL HUM LATER
Matters will bo fulrly quiet during
tills week ut tho United .Slates Did-
Irlct Court, ns there is nothing showings
on the ciileiidar except the drawing;, ofjl
,t.n M.ul.i.nl ....t ... ,1 !....... U..t.. .!.... .
ttiv , nivi.ii tin,, i' tit jtti, in rtutiii t,.tjr'KJ
morning net. mfi
.... I...- r 11 , ffvfl
t.,11 7titt-iiii't 1 u tlll'llt lilt, lit,, t.is,-2
to liu illspostd of, Jioth of wlilib tira-;
In coiiiiectlon with smiigKllug opium,' j
Pong I ling's ense cuniei. up fur nrgie-1
nielli 011 iieiuurrer, 111111 also lieorga.v
1 , ,' , . . : ic
i.tnv lor 11 piea 111 (liiatciiioni lie
states tluit bis name Is George lwj
Lono and not us set don 11 In tllel
Two captains will aimenr durliiirv
, Seplomber In regard to linen linpospjl
for carrying opium on their shlpsAi
Cnptalu Adilan Zenler of tho SIIhtHs
It ono and ('iiotuln Nichols of tho ArlH
zoniin Is the oilier. Virt
Tliern fs a big lb,t for (Vctober. Se.VvJ
crni 01 uu- cases 111 connection wim,
the llndliiKs of tho last grand Jury will
be heard, nnd nlso, the hearing of ths
Mnliukn silo question It scheduled, h'
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arBULLETN ADS PAY-VM'
I 1st Ve
LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA M
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