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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, August 31, 1911, 2:30 EDITION, Page 8, Image 8',
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EVENING BULLETIN, H6NOLULU;Y.,H,-THUMDAY,'AUOtJ1I 1911.
For THREE DAYS ONLY we will offer
the following Bargains i;
Terms: Cash Only
' - id irwjy '
rormcrly tOc, ikiw. ......... .30o
Formerly too, now...'. ....... 35e
Ponmrly 60c, na.'., 40e
formerly "Be, no-v .....500
rornlerly 8Dc, now..J..."...55e
I'ormerly Jtl, now 75c
Pormi rly $ .f.0, now .
Pormtrly .75, now.
I'urmirly tl 00, now.
t'orimrly $1 25, mm.
formerly tl IS, now.
Formerly 1 40, non.
I'ornurly f 1 CO, now.
rormcrly f 80, now....". ...J .55
formerly $ DO, now..., 60
formerly 1100, now .75
formerly 11. IE, now....)! i;i
Formerr'.H3yjr?ow. . . . Sf.1i.00
Formerly Uvtiii. now, . . . -Y.fc.LW "'
:. .. s
Formerly! 7C, now.'.ftr.$.50
Torinerly t 90, now..'. .... ....65
formerly $100, now,1..". ... .75
formerly tl 75. now.' 1.25
Formerl) 12 00, now........ 1.50
formerly 2 f0. now 1.75
Formerly $ 1 .50 dor., now 1 W
Formerly $2.25 doz., now 1.50
ORDER HITS HIM
Plated In the position of losing (3000
pi the order ofjOie'Tiliihop Eitnto to
vncalo nix premises, n jnpaneso soy
inakw, T. .Terada. I endeavoring to
secure nit extension of Ills tenancy. It
It another phase of the Walpllopllo
cetspool difficulty. .
The Bishop-Btate, after the cesspool
nulsnnce had been protested again and
nnnln, has taken matters Into Its own
lnrjds VirjjJ (tydretl the tenants of the
properly 10 acnie. -jne oroer was
final, and though the oy makers en
deaxored to secure n stay of proceed
ings ttop F, 8 Dodge superintendent
of the'estatp, thVvZwereunable to do
so. Nojv Ternda Is opposing the order
because fie. oj i Wjlll Result in great
nnnnclal1ossto' l&mA The order goes
Into effect HMunSiy.
Ternda' Ueofeircs'.thM though he has
sought diligent!) hehas been unable
to And any place to moVe, and that If
he does move now, lie" will ruin his
soy mash He has eighteen large tanks
of soy mash, and says' that If the stuff
Is mined while H Is reaching the
proper stage of fermentation. It Is
spoiled. Ills plant and stock are
Milued lit 13000; He has also twelve
Jjurrels of soy ready for use.
Ternda wants two more months on
tha, premises He Mys he does not
wish to hne to take the matter Into
court, but that he can not moc now
without practically ruining his In
15c, -16 l-4c, 25c, and
27, l-2c, 30c, 32 l-2c,
12x30 12Ic each
(2x30 1714c each
IJxidt.. ....!. ,.;... ,20c each
(53C 25c each
Three Days Only
63x90 .45 aaeh
08x90 $ .SO eaah
30x90 62'. aaeh
81x(0 .70 each
63X110 .75 aaeh
72x0 .80 aaeh
60x60 80 aaeh
L. B. KERR CO., LTD.,
7 I '"' kleu TAMIAUTI
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.If 'You' Want to Hear Melody
(Cantinuad from Page 2)
hinder provided, nor to aliens arriving
In the 1'hlllpplno Islands, Ounm, I'orto
Hlco, or Hawaii" '
The other provision In which Ha
waii Is directly Interested, though not
affected, Is the following: .
"Sec. 6 That It shall be unlawful
bnd demed a Violation tot section 5
luf this act to Induce, assist, encourage
ir solicit any alien to come Into the
United States by promise) of employ
ment through adxertlsements- printed
published or distributed In any .foreign
country, whether uch promise Is true,
or. false, und elttier the civil or the
criminal lucnaltyiltapoaedf by- aald oo
'tlon shall ''be ifrptlcablo toisuchia
case; provided, tnatiBtatesfor ,Terr)
tones, tne District, or -cplumbla, tor
places subject- Hhf (-Jurisdiction of
the Unltell States.nmay 'advertise ,and
liy written1 nndf'flrol. communication
with tropecklv alien settlers i make
known, the Inducements they offer for
Immigration thereto, respectively, anil
they may rut) nut uf the ordinary Bto.ta'
.....I lnl.l ...... .-....I-... '
Printed for that wirno-o. the trntmnnr
(ntlon of such 'alien settlers, provlileii
always that suoh authority shall not
be Used ns a niennsiof evading the pro
visions of this and the preceding fcec
tlon" t '' ',
ThT 8w'aala'al"TJl?r Ih'Vaua.vllU,-
tha one io hear and than you'll go
l ' ' ' ' again
In Roaring Fare. Comedy, Are a 8how
FEATURE FILM i "Fat.'. Turning"
A SPLENDID SHOW
' ' NEW TONIOHTI i
For WriaU at ataol-and StaadyrNorvaa
Cowboy Sharpthootara; Can .Claim All
i.vWlLLIAMv TELL OUTRONPI
1 8oa The-r'-aeThem! '
7 1'v ,
Bait Trick like Riding Th.y Hava
, MIDGET and MIDGET
THE TEXAS WARBLER
"Duaty Roada Flioa Ha Aaroplana"
DO YOU -WANT TO LAUGH T
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Made from extra heavy tin, heavily
coated, and specially tinned Wire. Guar
an teed to burn perfectly ' and to be of
the very best materials and construction.
. I ' I - ' 11 fit - ,
Strong, reliable light, proof against all air? Currents. J!:,j:'.
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UII1VI Vllt OVYtWS 111 3LV7V.IV. i.
Davies (& Co.,
LimHH, v ' -" ,
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pnly,Womf Hypnotltt.ln the
tha Goon Eyoa"
In Th.ir Original, S.niatlonal
rTha Funnlatt 8how on Earth I
ARE YOU COMING?
WHY, OP 'COURSE YOU' ARE
Whitney & Marsh,
Owing to tje conditions existing
.in the . Cotton; Goods market in
New York, we were enabled to, :,
purchase some .' "
at extremely low figures. These
we will place on
On Friday Next, Sept. 1 st
Goods of exceptional value as low
10c a yard.
See our. window. display
WARNS USERS OF
)i ifnr, " p-ritM.
(Rpcclil a u 1 1 i t l'n 'ctarMfcoiilfi
nhe lnscctlcliio Xct Ar n9IO,"lh' Dbtj
;iartment of AKrlcultiire Ih charged
with the iluty,, ofcxopilnliiK iweci
mens of liiBcctlcitleg; rVrls' dranh!
lead arsenates and fungicide for the
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" Athletic'.'RarK ,.
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SUNDAY, 8EPTEMBER 3 '
TWO QAMKS - - TWO QAM EH
1.30-J. A. C. va. STARS
3i30-HAWAII8 va. P. A. C.
'Pflciai 35, 25, 15 and 10 Canta
RcncrVM) Heuts for 'center and wins,
of grandHtand can be booked at IS O.
Hu)l & Hon'B Bpnrtlne depurtnient. En
trance, Klnir'atre'eL ' "
Tickets on i sale at M. A. Qunst'
Cigar Store, "from 1pm. Saturday
11 a m. Sunday.' ' ' 5
4 -J" rt t-'jf
' irw -vt
This pivnlnc rit 7:30 o'clock, at the
MdiiriaHotel.vWaiklkl,, tha Huwapcro'
bund will present the following prp
gram: ' . Ff'
purposo of determmlng from Much
examination whether such' articles
ore adulterate.) or mUuranded wltnln
(he meaning of the Act, and mibse
quently recommending such legal ac
tion, if any, as the flndlnga may war-
rant- , , ,
f Sections 1 and 2 of the Act ate
especially applicable to persona en
gaged In trade In the nbove articles
n the Territories, and insuiar run-
esslons of the United States, vu.
Alaska, Arliona, Hawaii, New mo-
Ico, J'hIUpjilne Islands, and rorio
Hlco,,' In vler of titer Hc.tnat tne
manufa'cture or sale of Bny,adftor-
ated or mUbrandedjInseclcide, Parli.
green, lead arsenate or ffnngtcldu
within the Territories Is pimlhal)10
by fine or imprisonment. An fnsectl
cldo or funglcldo Is any ( substance
oi mixture of substances, Intended to
;,bo used for preventing, destroying,
repelling, or amltgatlng any Jnsocts
or fungi in any environment whatso
ever. Inquiries on (he part of thosn
interested may be addressed .to, the
Insecticide and Fungicide Board, De
partment of Agriculture, Washing
tun, D. C , to whom application may
be made for copies of the law and
rules and regulations for Its.ienforce
The Insecllcldo and Fungicide
Doard, composed of four members. se
lected from .the scientific staffs' I
the Bureau, of Aulmal Industry, the
Bureau of Plant Industry, 'the, Bu
renu of Entomology and tjie Bureau
of Chemistry, was organlied fry the
Secretar) of Agriculture to assist
hlfli In enforcing the provisions of
the, Insecticide Act of.1910 as pro
vlded by Mawr and has- Just flssued
Decision. No. 1, reatldg to tho sub
ject of Insect poWders. , -
MAINLANDER HAS MADE , "1
REPUJAJ0N. AS EXPERT
.the, recommcndutlon of Paul V. BatJ
gent, the acting director of'tlie Federal
burruu of ood roads, arid'-la mbat'
highly rtH.-onin)erided by all Uie inelll''
. berK of.tlwiNe'w York Slate IrighwbV
t air. IllrfiOP ban' been with the h(fh-wn-idepartnient,.pf
Ne'York sliicV' ll
creation, niul for the, past two 'years
linn hud idlrct liargo of the repairs
mid maintenance, of the highways1 of
tbnt Hlute. inrtlculnrly looklrtg after
4hui inic4ddrn',orlr;i which vyatwnot
on the roads or tins isianu. lie -
nlxol) en a ijeinbpr ot the comiijU
lon stitctally iii)iiilnted to Investigate
and report on the joimtructlon of bltu,
inlnous and oiled roads His workhaji
rUdcntly beep of the most satlsfar-,
tory character, to Judge from the req
oiiuneiulationH Iwlilch come from jii's
HUperlsor In oiilce. i j ,
Ai-tlng Dlrrttor Sargent wrltes'
"Illshop has had charge of the main
tenance of the most complete ayatletn ,
of. lilRhvtn) Ji) the United , States for
a neriou oi inrec or lour yeara, nn
think he will be entirely com)e(en
handle your slumtlon. ',y
Tho conimli,ion also recelied
ter' fi'oin r'Vfiliilion. nnDlvJnff for
local posjtloft,fn(iresard towlilcli
hail been auvlseu liy Mr. Sargent;:
ftftec consultation cabled acceptlnl
services and asking that he star
tulH Territory at once, Immedtarfly
iipon his arrival, steps will be fttn
towards starting work on this lannil.
Tho first work to be commencacjbjAc
fording to the plans of the copimljipoih
will be the road between this cltfnd
Pupalknu, wMch will be hurried ahaii
us quickly as.posHjble Itjls ueltvet)
that there Is awilluble at the present
time enough generul .and detailed, In
formation to wurrant the statefpftit
that bids for this work can be .called
for ery shortly after. tie.'urrlYS,l of
Mr. Bishop, as,, beyond thanglng' the
grade In u few Instances, tho engineer
ing features 8f this work will pot he
great. , ,
i . .
(Special Bulletin Correspondence.)
1IILO, Aug. 29 The engineer who
Murch Tho.Tliugdwtr Sousa
0 erturiv-Itor amundu, ...... Schubajrt
Mlser.re--r!l Trovutore .,.,.,. Verdi
Vocal-Uawallan SopBs..Ar.by llerser '" ,m c""ree of ,he bamng .r U,e
Selection Operatic Mirror'.... Tobtinl Hawaii county roads, under tho dlrec-
Intermezzo Serenade .... Jfoskowtkl tlon ofv. t;io loan fund commission,
Muri.li The Jflcider !...i... Losey which consists of Messrs, Horner,
Tho Star Spangled Banner.
Curler, Lewis, Hind and Campbell, will
bo rtolicrt K. Bishop of Albany. N.Y.,
BORN. " - lull" has reslgntd the position of first
SMITH In Honolulu. Hawaii, August deputy In the New York State depart-
29, 1911. to Mr and Mrs. E C, Smith, pint,o( highways to accept the local
' a eon ' ' position He has been appointed upon
WORLD. IS SOON TO ? - .
,;V -END, SAYS ADVENTST
INDIANAPOLIS, Ind , W.5T. '
"Tho world will come to an endVl'!'
n n very few ears" declared! Klder
O. Montgomery, president of'Wf In
Jltma conferenceof tbe,8evenjKjDny'
AdVentlsls,'dhrng"tie iervlce.Tat Hip
camp meeting now progressln)riera,
'JT canftot'setWyeahf If may bo
next y.car it may uenyaijfears.tBin i
lb knby that ll'wljllcdnie befjjjjj, the
death of tho last man who saw tho
falling of tho ttars on November l;:,
1833. There ore few people llvlmi
now' who saw that night and I know
that, the end will come before all uf
them 'are gone." ,,'
Elder Montgomery said tliatclenrq
had been unabln, io solve' the, fsllliin
of llio stars In 1833 and ttiat ho a
proof that the mlllenlum would occur
within the generation following that
eent. t i ,,
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