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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, TUESDAY, SEPT. B, 1911.
MILO M. POTTER, Mgr.
Operated on the American Plan only. Each room has outside exposure. Rates
asked ore leis (Service, Cuisino and Surroundings considered) than can be
found in any any hotel In America. Baggage may be checked direct to
Hotel Potter from anywhere In the United States or Canada. Wire ahead for
reservations, at our expense. For rates, pamphlets and full particulars eon
cerning Hotel Potter, address! OTTO GERTZ, P. O. Box , Honolulu.
Geary Street, above Union Square
European Plan $1.50 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
New steel and brick structure.
Every comfort and convenience.
A high class hotel at very moderate
rates. In the center of theatte and
retail district. On car lines trans
f erring to all parts of city. Electric
omnibus meets nil trains and
steamers. Hotel Stewart recognized
as Hawaiian Island Headquarters.
Cable Address "Trawets"ABC code.
J.H. Lovc.Honolulu representative.
Hotel St. Francis
Union Square, San Francisco
Under the Management of
FACINd the hrantlful mrk
In the heart of the cltj,
Yihlch Is Hit' theatre of
thn pilnctniil r?ciit ol
the famous feudists of Kan
Krumlscu, this lintel, In en
vlrouuicut and iitiuosnliere, n
presses most pliainntly the
comfortable spirit of old Cal
ifornia. Tbe royalty nnd nobility ol
the Old World and the Far
East and the men of hlgk
chlCTeuirnt In America who
assemble here contribute to the
cosmopolitan atmosphere of n
Institution itIiIoIi represents
the hospitality and ludhldu.nl
Ity of Suit Francisco to the
Tbe building, which marks
the farthest adrance of science
In sen Ice, has now the largest
capacity of any hotel structure
In the West, nnd npon comple
tion of the Post street nunei
will be the largest carannsery
In the world.
WHILE TIIK SERVICE IS UN.
USUAL, THE l'HICKS AKK
European Flan from $2.00 U
A Tourist Hotel on lin
ear lino nml within wnlk
lug dlMntice of the INwt
OMIee. It excels In evcryr
Emma St., above Vineyard
ALL THIS WEEK
Go down for a night. O. R. & L.
trains pass the door.
Rooms and Board
W. C. Bergin, Prop.
IF" YOU Alin I.OOKINO FOR
A WIIMM.N'a a I IT YOU
WOULD DO WKLL
to 6i:n oun
WHICH IS OAININQ POPU
LARITY WITH KVKItY
113 Hotel St.
BULLETIN ADS PAY-
SANTA BARBARA, Col.
von Hamm- Young
Pioneers and leader in
the Automobile Buiinen
AKents for turn. well-Known can
an Packard, Pope-Hartford, Btevens
Duryen, Cadillac, Thomas Flyer,
tlulck, Overland, llaker Kloctrlc, and
Supplies & Repairing
..For th. BEST RENT CAR8 In the
city, ring up
OLDSMOBILC, No. 401
RENAULT, No. 404
LANDAU LET, No. EM
C. H. BEHN
BCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
ALL WC ASIC IS A TRIAL
HONOLULU VULCANIZING WORKS
Phon. 1823 Kaplolani Building
Us. a PREST-0LITE TANK on
your Automobile and cave Generator
Acetylene Light and
Agency Co., Ltd.
Jut the Thing
HAWAII & SOUTH
8EAS CURIO CO,
And, All Post Card
ALGAROBA BEAN MILL!
ONE SECOND-HAND STANDARD
GASOLINE ENGINE, 18 H. P..
1404 EMMA STREET T.l.phon. 24M
BEST WORK - LOWEST PRICES
P. O. Box 491 - - - Phon. 3085
Will Do It
IN COPLEY PRINT!
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMIN0 CO.
1050 Nuuann Street
COTTON CREPE SHIRT8, KIMONOS
1243 FORT ST, ABOVE RERETANIA
Gents' Dry Goods
Kam Chong Co.
Corner Tort and Beretania Streets
.;, .f,,t 44..4 l4'
Trail and Mountain Club Mem
bers Have Great Hike and
Arrive Home Safely.
I-nbnr Hay was spent by somo mem
ber of tho Trull nml Mountain Club
Pall, nml rencbeil there wifely after a
were dangerous nt times but nil seem
ed to reach tho top safely. Paul Super
nml I'rofessor Meail were among those
who hail narrow escapes from going
(Sovernor I'rcnr wan one of -
trampcrs, nml he eertnlnly proved to
be a wonder In going up tho steep
pnthx. llo li nu oxpcrlenceil nloun
Inlneir, nnil took many dangerous
chances. Kmll Hermit wni ono of the
iiipiii1iiti who suffered mot. While
sliding down a rupo lio cut Ills hand
This tramp was taken up l'alolo Vnl-
ley, going up to tho Mnkapuu peak.
governor I'rcnr made some wonderful
climbs on the way up which surprised
many of lib follower. I'rom tho peak
of Makapuu the party went down Into
Wnlmnnnlo oer tho pall. Three menv
horn who Journeyed over this route be
fore were with the crowd yesterday
They were Kmll llcriidt, Krlts Unci'
lug nml A. II. Tnrletun. Tho party
was dlrecteil by Clovcrnor Krear, and
was miulo tip of the following. Pro
fessor Jtoad, W. A. Ilryan, Irwin II.
Ile:idle, Paul Super, A. II. Ford, Chrli
Jenkins tlllhert Urown nnd Gordon
Hroun. tho latter lielne n "tryout" of
tho Ukulele Patrol.
Tho trail nlniiR tho Makapuu rldRo
woh broKen nlon tho walk nnd the
paity had 11 illltrcult time In Koine
thrniiKli thl' part. The telvo trnmp
ir had to climb lnim root to treo for
noun dlrtnnee, lu: finally renclied an
other trail and soon eaino down thn
pall to the homo of William O. Irwin,
where il nlco lunch was nwaltlne
Alter spenillnir dome time nt tho Ir
win rnncli. tho party started for the
pall nml reached there safoly after u
fast walk. ,' , J l ,:U '
(! 1 ''
Good Records Arc Made
Tho Olympic Club track team of San
Francisco won the Coast champion
ship trnik miet hi Id III Astoria, Ore.,
uu AiiKiiHt I'S. Mnny of the members
nr eomhu; down here If tho present
plans aro curiied out.
Many Stanford boss competed for
the club ami they certainly made Rood,
The hundred yards was won by Piter
aerhardt In 10 1-5. A ko between Itlco
mid ho over tho humlnd yards would
prove to be an exeltliiK event.
llellah, who won the polo vault, Is
expecting- to come nlonj: with th" ball
team also. lie cleared the bar at 12 ft,
Tho winners of tho different events
were as follows!
Tho lendlnii Individual point winners
wero Ilelluh, Olympic Athletic Club,
San rriinclscu, 15; Con Walsli, unat
ladled, It: Peto Oerhurdt, Olympic
Athletic Club, San IVnnclsco, 10; J, 'II.
Olllls, Vancouver Athlitlc Club, !; Carl
Wolfe, Multnomah Athletic Club, Port
land, 7. Summary:
100-yard iuih( I C. aerhardt, Olym
pic (Mull, Kan Francisco, won; II. 11,
llensley, James Hay A. C. Victoria. II,
K., second; Ira Courtney, Seattle A. C.,
third. Time, 10 1-5 sec.
Mile run A. Ilcnnewn, Pastime A.
C, Ban Francisco, won; Paul Clyde,
Seattle A. C, second; M. Williams,
Olympic Club, San Frnnelsco, third.
220-yard dash Tlnals; P. C. Ocr
h.irdt, Olympic, won; Ira Courtney,
Seattle, seconr; It, 11. Ileasley, James
Hay A. C, third. Time. 0:22 4-C.
riyu-inllo run II. M. Williams,
Olympic, won; Harvey Johansen, As
toria, second; A. F. Schluetcr, Astoria,
third. Time, 00:C1 2-5.
Javelin throw Sam Ilellali, Olympic,
won. illatnnro HI ft.; Don Kvnns, Se
attle, second, dlstanco 125 ft, 3 In.; Ui id
Jveudrlek, Olympic, third, dlstnuco 128
ft. C In. Ill
" fifi-pound welslit William Walsh,
Seattlo (unattached), won, distance 21
ft 10 1-1 In.; Duncan Olllls, Vancouver,
second, distance 33 ft. 8 2-1 In.; Carl
Wolff, Multnomah, third, dlstnuco 28 ft
Discus throw Merlo Alderman, As
toria, won, distance 122 ft, 0 1-2 In.;
Duncan (Hills, Vancouver, second, din
tanee 121 ft. 10 1-2 In.; Carl Wolff.
Multnomah, third, .distance lit ft,
ID 1-2 In.
llro.ul JnmpCnin Hdlah, Olympic,
won, 21 ft. 11 In.; Jnmes Donahue,
Los AliKi'b", second, 21 ff. 1 1-2 In.; M,,
Hawkins, Multnomah, third, 111 ft,
10 1-2 In
CAN CLIMB SOME
CUSCJIRETS for a
SICK, SOUR STOMACH
(icnllr but Iboroimblv cleanse anil reir
nlate jour .Stomach, Liter ami
IIohcIs n Idle J oil sleep.
That nwful sourness, belching of
r.cld and foul gases; that pain In the
pit of the stomach, the heartburn,
norvonsncFs, nniisea, bloatliiK aflcr
eating, tcellns of fullness, dizziness
nnd sick headache, means lmllir,G3
tlon; a. disordered stomach, which
cannot bo regulated until you removu
the cause. It Isn't your stomach's
fault. Your stomach Is ns good nn
Try Cascarets; they euro Indiges
tion, becnusc they Immediately cloauso
and rcgulato tho stomach, remove the
sour, undigested and fermenting food
and foul gases; take the excess bile
from tho liver and carry oft the de
composed waste matter nnd poison
from tho Intestines and bowels. Then
your stomach trouble Is ended for
ever. A Cqxcnrct tonight will straight
en you out by morning a 10-eeiit bo;
from any drug store will keep your
entire family feeling good for months.
Don't forget tho chlMicn lliclr llltlo
Insldcs ticcil a good, genllo cleans
Big Crowd at Kapiolani Park
Yesterday to See Horse
Out nt Kaplolani Park yesterday aft-
ernoun three Interesting horse races
were pulled off, two of which were not
scheduled to take place.
A big crowd turned out, nnd tho park
wnh full of eager Iomth of the sport,
Tho main oven was tho half-mile rnco
between Knllhl Hoy, ridden Uy J'c
zelnles, nnd Dorl Dee, the Maul horse,
which wuh In charge of Holllns. Right
from tho start Dorl Leo took the polo
nnd held It till tho end, winning by
twenty yard". It was a great race nnd
tho winner covered tbe distance In 58
Tho second rnco wns arranged nt tho
park nnd wns a one mile trotting race
bwtnreen California nnd Dingo. The
former liorso was from California and
lilngo was Hawaiian bred. The out
come of the contest wns n win for the
Const trotter, which mado tho mllo In
3 mln. 39 see.
Tho third raeo was between two
horses owned by Japanese. llannl,
which had n young Nipponese as Its
Jockey, nlmoit tumbled to the ground
during the rnco. It wns over n ono
eighth of a mllo course. Togo won
easily from Hanznl by tlva lengths.
Tho owner nt Knllhl Hoy expvets to
match his horso again on Regnttn Day
with Dorl Dec and believes ho will do
better next time they meet.
KAUAI IS WELL
UP IN SPORTS
Three Cups Given to League
For Winning Teams of
Sports on tho Oardcn Island nro re
ceiving inticli attention from the llvo
wires down 'there. Tho baseball sea
son, which Is almost at an end, lias
bten a success, nnd tho boys havo
taken a great deal Nof Interest In tho
Now thnt tho' baseball season Is al
most over, the Kolon sports nro tho
llrht on tho map to start up a soccer
team They nro ready to play any
other team and hope, that n leaguo will
be formed soon, so thnt some good
gomes can bo arranged. Kauai Is get
ting up to date In the line of, sports,
nnd If tho boys pull through on tho
soccer scheme they surely will havo
something doing nil tho year round.
IjiHt July 4 tho association pulled off
the first track meet and It was n hugo
success, Ono Islnnd record wns broken
by Hans rnssnth in the high jump and
the tlfty-ynrd record was tied. The
irowd that attended tho meet wns
much larger than expected. Tho base
ball giiine also bnvo drawn good
To show how keen nil Interest Is
taken In sports on the Clnrden Islnud,
three prizes go to tho successful ball
team of the series. It looks now as
though the Makawells nro going to be
the winner, of tho threo silver cups. In
nddltlon to these there nro other prizes.
If only such spirit was shown In Ho
nolulu -when the school tenms get out
and piny their gumes, It would cer
talnly stir up some good spirit nmong
tho athletes. V. W. Dlmond Co. came
through with n cup for the Interscho
lactic ball series last year, nnd tho St,
Louis College, nine annexed tho trophy.
The cutis given to the Knuut base
ball league champions are from Man
ager Itohl'lg of I.lhlio store, T. It. Da
vies & Co. of Ilniiiilulii and i:, O, Ilnll
In tho coming track imet Kauai will
no doubt be represented by a few of
V , . I k u 1
The Highest Honors
Were Awarded to
At the recent California State
. held ol Sacramento)
A Gold Award
A Blue Ribbon Award
A Cash Prize
41,000 bottlei (carbonated) sold
AHD Y0n WANT A Q00D
her star mendiers, which will make tlw
Ilonoliilu nthlctes go nomo for tho
There If. oven talk on Kanal of n
polo jnime to bo played on the Ilulclnl
grounds on New Year's Day between
the Kiitml and Cavalry teams.
A tennis tournament may he started
soon, ns thero nro many expert racket
wlelders around I.lhue.
AT HOME PORT
The Kelo ball team was given 11
heart)' welcome on Its return home
last month from u tour of America.
While lauding the boys wore their
college cuta nnd certainly looked llko
Yankee, states tho Japan Times. j
Tho boys claimed to havo learned n
great deal while away and promlso
that when an American team visits
them ngnln It will surely need to bo
a strong bunch In order to bent them.
They bud won twenty-eight games,
loit fifteen nnd 'drawn two. This Is
tho record given by tho team 011 Its
arrival nt home.
The Japan Times nlso states that
they playid tin, games here nnd lost
two. Well, tho Honolulu fnns know
ery well that they lost five games
hlIo playing here. I
Tho honor of heavy bitting Is shared
by Knyama, Mlyake, Kankl, Sasaki,
Taknhaum nnd lllgo. rive homo runs,
six three-biiggcrs, ten twn-baggers and
forty singles nre credited to Koynmn,
the lending batter on tho team. Sasaki
titled In handily ns the plnch-hlttcrnnd
his lecord shows that ho has the eyo
for tho ball. ,
Tim llildlng record of tho players was
nut quite so good as It might be. Cap-'
tain Kankl nnd his men all, attrlbuto
their trip tri'tho coaching given lnst
winter by Sbeffcr nnd Thompson of tlio
N'ow York 'Nntlonnls.
POINTS OUT WAY FOR
THE SMALL FARMERS
Under the title, "Smnll Industries for
White 1 lawn I Itu is," the Kohala Midgut
"If Hawaii, with JTS.OO'J.OOO Invested
in sugar, makes JIO.OOU.000 a year on
tho Investment, It, must be losing n
largo part of another U 0,000,000' which
it might make If the la'111) that Is unlit
lor sugar growing were utilised for
other kinds of agriculture.
"'No transportation fof small crops,"
breaks in the iiessimlst. Too true: but
that Isn't saying our hands nre eternal-1
ly tied. Wo have mentioned before
how tho pcopb' of lli'rmudu mid Jn-I
malca cooperutcd and chartered their
own steamships, reducing rntes two-i
thirds and making 350 per cent, dlyl-i
dendi, at least In case of thoformer.
If the United fruit Company won't
take our bananas, wo can bo a united
fruit company. )
"'a snw Japaneso hauling melons
from Konn to llnmaljua over the, most
hoirllilu mads, killing to livestock mid
profits. Tho belt road will ndd 100 per'
cent, to tho protlts of this melon In-J
diihtry. A belt railroad, or around-the-Ivland
steamer, would make thousands
of acres 011 thla 'IslundMpi'olltable. A
1 mall manufacturer In this district who
wanted to ship his pioduct to llaina
hun, found that there wan 110 steamer
that would tako It from Mahukoim to
llnmnhua ports. He had to ship toKa
waehae and thenes overland by stage."
J. n. ,TAI.(;i.It, of Allen .v llciblnsnti.'
Is back from a combined business anil
pli'lisniu trip In thu liialnlaud. lie to
turned Ibis moilllug us u passengei
In tho Alatsuti Navigation Hteamer
at tho Fair In throe days.
JOB, III MX T0K CXAU
.Mtl.M'IILV- .MKTKOHOI.tKilt'.W, .
U. S. Department of AgrlciiUmc,
Station, Honolulu, T. II.; month.
Atmospheric Pressure (Uedueed to
setf level; Inches nnd hundredths)
Mean 2fU)7; highest 30.0.1, tlato T2il;
lowest 211.91, ilula.-M.
Temperature Highest SI",, date, 21st;
lowest "0, dnto SGtli; greatest dally
raugo in, dale 2Gth; least dally range
(J, date 14, Mean for this month In
18IMI, 7S; 18.11, SO; 1SS2, 71); 18!t3, 7S;
1SD4, 77; ISW, 71); 189(1, 79; 1897, 79;
1898, 78; 1899, 79; 1900, 80 j 1901, 79;
1902, 79; 1903. 78; 1901, 78; 190."., 77;
1900, 79; 1907. 78; 19dSr 77; 1909, 77;
1910, 77; 1911, 78. Normal for this
month, 7S.r; absolute maximum for
this month for 22 yours, 8S; absolute
minimum for this month for 22 years,
C3; uvorngo dally deficiency of tlil-i
month ns compared with thn normal,
0,4; accumulated deficiency since. Ian
nary 1, 131; incrngo daily clcllcleiiey
since Jnnunry 1, O.C.
Precipitation Total thin month,
O.C I; greatest precipitation In 21
hours 0.22, dato 19th. Total precipi
tation this month in 1877, O.n.1; 1878,
1.22; 1879, 1.78; 18S0, 0.81; 1881, 2.17;
1SS2, 1.72; 1883, 2.12; 1S8I, 1.09; 1S83,
2.01; 18SC, 1.71; 1887, 1.32; 1888, 1.47;
18SJ, 1.20; 1S90, 1,12; 1891, 0.93; 1S92,
lG.fi; 1893, 1.10; 1S94, 0.1G; 1905, 2.20;
190C, 0.C4; 1907, 1.S2; 190S, 0.91; 1909.
O.r.S; 1910, 2.04; 1911, 0.61. Normal
fur this month 1.11; deficiency nf this
month ns compared with the noimal
0.90; accumulated dellcicncy flincu
Jnmmry 1, 3.49.
Wind Prevailing direction G. 13.;
toLil movement f73G miles; nvnrnge
hourly velocity, 7.7; maximum veloc
ity (for llvo ininiites) 2R miles per
hour, from tho southeast on the l'.ltli.
Weather Number of days, clear !i;
partly cloudy, 20; cloudy, G; on wlijch
.01 Inch, or more, of precipitation oc
Miscellaneous Phenomena (ilntes
of) Auroras, none; Imlos; solar none,
lunar, none; fog, 110110; thunder
Menn Telntlvo humidity, 70.2 por
WM. 11. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, Weatier Unrcnii.
Two cases will como up boforo tho
Hoard of License Cnmiiilsslouorx at
tbolr mooting Kildny next. Tho man
cger of tho Wulnlua Wlno Company
will ho nuestloncd cuncernlng several
mnlters In connection with his hiifci-
ness nnd thu wluilosalo firm uf Itosa
(did Company will bo asked iiuestloiih
us to their methods of keeping thn
Tho matter of granting a license foi
tho Knkuuko district will ali-o com.'i
up bcfoio tho comnilsslonor'a ugaju.
It was practically decided nt their
last meeting that nothing should ho
done along these lines, hut Inspector
Kennoll lias been busy getting tho
consensus nf opinion of nil thonc- liv
ing within 0110 thousand fort of the
proposed pnlixiii, Ho declines (11
sUufo, howcior, how tho fwsiitlniaiiC Is
ICveii If nil nf I hose lhlng within
this dlHtniieo nre In fuvor tlicrcs ! no
reason why 'tho lleenso should bo
granted, lis the 'lioird lias Iho Haul
say In the, inntjer. If thoy gnuif. this,
It will bo bIK ngilnst Ihi'lr pluvi
ous decision of no niort) Balomm wllh
in Iho Iho limits pud Ihoro will lie a
kick eonilnif fini other people who
huvu been refused.
1.. ('. AIIMCH, who left llonoWlii
rnme iiinnths ngo to at. end the luiper-'-.i
Council fmiviillnn of Khrlners nt
Itochcster, Now York, returned In thu
iMatsoii Navigntioii Hteuiiicr Wllhel-
iiilnu this inornlne.
ROSA J CO.
Good Old .
Bottled In Bond
JULC3 PCRCHARD3 & FILS' '
CALIFORNIA SPARKLINQ WINES
We Deliver to Any Part ol the City
ROSA & CO.,
Alakea nnd Qnecn Ctretti
FOX IAIK AT All. IASI
I acific J
KINO AND NUUANU 8TKEET8
You'll find they're all food fel
"It's the Fashion"
Motel nr. Fort I). H. rjaviei, Froy.
INGLEN00K WINES ,
Phone 2026. P. 0. Box 488
Fine henvy ones juet arrived frony
6an Francisco k
The BICYCLE .DEALER and RE
PAIRER, ha moved to
1 80 riNQ 8TEZII
New location -Red front, nea
foung Building;. Telephone 2518.
Pau Ka Hana
MOVE3 THE EARTH
a. p. Mcdonald,
Contractor and Butldsr
Estimates given on ull kinds of
Concrsts Work a Spaclalty
AUAHI STREET. NEAR NUUANU
"The Pioneer riiiinber"
1SZ Merchant Street Phon 1931
CIQAU HOW la
A GT1NST CO rnts
NEW DRUG STORE
Well Stocked with New Drugs and
80D.V 'WATl'Ill I'YIIINTAIN
HAWAII DRUG CO.
42 Hotel Street, at end of Bethel
P' BtNJAMIN COMPCMJNul
ALO ' (M I
I Stiim.K hand Liver BS'Bk, I
11 If aWfnia-1i
i mKili IMA'