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EVENINQ BULLETIN, .HONOLULU, Tj ,(, THURSDAY, .8EP,T,b, 911.
Meeting Results In Discussion
I of Many Interesting
riThe Civic, Federation held nn Intcr-
nillng met ting yesterday afternoon In
l'uldlc Hervltu Aisnvliilloii lifiidipinr
ters, taking up 'i 'large ntxl varied
mfniher of subject. Child lnlmr mid
hiiln dancers, belter mull carrier scr
vice mid mlnilinmiK, nnd n few other
tilings wire nrutignt I'trore mo reiicr-
iUonlHtN, who gave eiieli tmich earnest
JChiilrmiin Anderson of the leglMa-
tlv toiniiilltrc Hiilnnltted n report on
chlfd labor In the Islands, containing
itletter fiom Pieildent James Mule of
thg Hntviillan l'lncapplu Company. Mr.
rjpi! explains the labor that children1
,1m In llu, .nnti.tlli.rf mIiiiWl' Mm! nt.'itlV'
o?.l. child..,, vvre Kent to the can-1
n.ry for employment by the Pallium'
Kfltlcinint Association and other puli.
lt!J charities and that the work Is not
mliimiH nor the surroundings nn -
healthful. Tlie federiitlmi. however,
bym'vcs that nl.iies may llnally come
ifi Uiiunll uiilesi n law riiwrjf th"siiti-
kct. and the eommltteo was Instructed
bill along tlie desired
cgmmiiie. n porting n me reecm gni
ny wui-.il i.iii,ii..uiam ... ii I..UK ...
the city, which will be called l.llluokn
hTtil Clurdviin, said that option, have
been secured on adjoining property
ijnd a fund, of f.0)0 vvlll be rnlied for
Ji.'iliKin condition were brought up
hut no action tnl.en, the feeling being
tluit Mil matter U lint In tho province
of. tlie federation. It bad been pro
posed to object formally to any Knku
aKrnncli J Oreen presented n resolu
tion on the needx for more mall do
Iffery routes, and consldernhlo dlscux-
A special committee of
amed by rre-ldent Ar-
threo will bo na
thur fl. Smith to go Into the matter,
iwiien the federitlonlits got onto tho
riuesllon of liuln dancing, there was on
lilt, resting Hue of talk developed. Pro
fessor Cooko brought the matter up by
mentioning the hula .show ndvertlsed
for n local theater. This itnrted off a
discussion of hulas, harmless or the
of tho haka-haka of Maori-
, , i, , . ,.,., i ..
land, the inlklmlkl o HJI. nnd the ge.1-
sb.I- of Japan. Professors Ou lck.
tip.,.,,. rjf,k.i nn.l l.,r,l tnrtl tinrf In
ltryan. Cmike nnd Ford took part In
debating the relative merits. The point
was brought out that n hula If done In
seemly milliner l harmless and Indeed
nn attractive promotion feature for tho
Islands. So the federattoiilsts talked
over thu proposition of denaturing the
lii(lii nud making It serviceable ns n
: Tse Slieng l.liin, the Chinese govern-
nient student nt tlie University of
Maine, who slot .Miss Christine M. t
Hhavv, a youhg Oiono school teacher,
oiV tlie night of June 8, was found
Millty mid ninand. d to Jail for sen
tence. A Skin uf Beauty is a Joy Forever
Ii. T. FELIX GOUIUUlTS oriental
CKEAH 01' MAUCAI. DEAUTIF1ER
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hwkle. UU I'jtclti,
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ttun everf bit nai
ti tVautjr, miri nt
tiKtUMM tb trtt
of ii rt Bit I
It ftC liKTinlrat 1
Iffit tf aluilut
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Srrc iftld to
Iwljr of tbt baot
ton ( tiitknut
"Al juu iaui.
alrtn ttrt feml Inn ' I
..' lilt lfrt bftnnful i'1 til tbt
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Ura.HOP(IIMf., 37 CutJcnn SltHllr.T'4
LAID ON TABLE
The Jiotltlon signed on bolmlf of
Captain Tripp and nsklng that tho
board reconsider Its decision In con
nection with the appointment of Cnp
tain Foster ns harbormaster In his
plncc, ns reported In the 11 it 1 1 c 1 1 n
' yesterday ntternoon, was dealt with
by the hnrbor cominUsloneis slttln,?
In a committee of the whole. On r.,.
sumlng. thev retorted thnt the not I
ii.... t....i i. ...... int.. .... i.n i.iiitii nn, i
liwil iiatl UVVll luill nil lilt; mim ..
thu board endorsed the action of tho .
irci, WCro mndo from
i,oimt oy 8nm Johnson, tnniiHRflr of
lhe ,,ahoa inlucr ,,,111, Hawaii, ns
to whllt ()l0 ,l(ar(, cae,i seasoned
, i0 8tated thnt several' pros-
ictlvo contraclors weto nsklng him
if 10 c( Mwy hc blocks. Ho was
t(,(1 wml )ie wnnted to know nud can
nilw ak huslness wllli all tho con-
'Tho committee of the whole also'
,oat with an application from the
J Kahulul ltallnnd company In respect
(0 n wharf at the angle of the shoie
,ini l(. hrenkvvatcr. Tho compiny
wants to deepen the site for Its light-
(.rs, The ehalrninn Is to obtain an
opinion from tne ntiomey general as
to tlio whole proo.dtlon.
There Is under consideration too nn
application to tho Governor to obtain'
of the tiark.hy pioclamatlon an area of land ad-
joining tne iKoanic wnarr. u is lro-,
iHiscii io uiu iiun nn .uiiuK ...u cu.m
of pineapple that
come from wind-
GUESTS WERE HOSTS LAST
NIGHT AT HAWAIIAN HOTEL
Dancing was revived again at tho
Itovnl Hawaiian Hotel last night
when the guests entertained their
friends. The big Iannis wcro lit up
with colored lights and those present
had an enjoyable time. These dances
will bo held at more or less regular
" '"" " " " " "-"'" '"
J'10 hotel management giving them
Among thoso who wcro present last
night were: .Miss I.. Turner, Miss
lCillth Smith. Miss Josephine l'ratt,
Mr. and Mrs. Sandaled Mrs. Drown,
Mr. and Mrs. V. 11. Frledly. Mrs.
'Jennings, Mr, and Mrs. 0. J. Drown
Miss M. Dunn, Mrs. II M. Oeverefitl,
i Mr. and Mrs. R. Hcydenrclch, Mist)
I .Mary uoucn, .iiiss t. binei liuicniiis,
chamberlain. Miss Nora
Mn. j. A. 8ot.
Mary Couch, Miss U. Ethel Hulchlns,
tie, Mr, and Mrs. P. E. Davis, Mr.
and Mrs. J. U Clark, Mr. and Mrs.
E. C. Vaughan, Miss M, T. Kelly, Mil
It. M. Chllllnjjworth, Mrs. P. C. MIs-
scn, Mrs, Charles S. Crane, Mrs. P. .A
Svvllt. Jlr. und Mrs. W. T. Hellbron
Mr. and Mrs, P. Thomas. Mr. and
Mrs. Ma Dreetibaugh, Dr. mil Mrs
Cowes, Mrs. Sarah Ncwcomb, Mr.
and Mrs. John M. Giles, Mrs. P.
Uodgo, Mr. and Mrs. V. I. SlovenBon,
Miss E. I- Lamho, Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
llockloy. Miss J. Ilcckley . Messrs
Herbert, Ray Lawrence, Prechette, T.
L. Clou, C Hcbelcr, It. II. Hath, Rob
ert Lau, C. A. P. Newcomb A. Reln
ccke. 0. Oiborne, .1, O, uttdl, E. w!
Qulnn, W. II. Smith, D. Davis, E. Wi
P. St. George, J. D. Cantleld Arthur
P. Oay, It. Porstcr. G. S. Young, M.
Grime, P. J. Lindenhaun, E, J. Wnt
orman. IIAXII fOM'KKT.
Tho Hawaiian ,band vvlll play this
oveiilng at 7:30 o'clock und wll pre
sent the following program tiit the
March Semper Pidells .",'...'... Sousa
Overture The King's Lleufinatit.
March The Thunderer Sousa
Cnlnn.lr.ti Viln.itn Vfnnll
r . t, ii .... n
I null iiitwiiioill songs, ar. o iiurger
I .. , ... ......
I Murcu r.i Papuan
Finale Manhattan Reach .... SoUBa
The Star Spangled Haulier.
The opening of the schools being near at hand we have prepared to
fit ut the boys and girls at prices reduced from one-quartet to one
half. The sale will last for one week only. See our window display.
L. B. KERR & CO.,
Hawaiian Politicians Would
Boom Him, But He
.ending Hawaiian politicians nro
i n . . t i. t t
'"''"& i ofi ra rat. .. i.
I oblnsoii, vlco..rc.dfent pf the Jlrst
,ntioiini uuiiK, lor ueieguto to ton-
tor Governor should Krear
"' ," reappointed.
Mr Kobln8" IIclolni nny pollt-
iispiruiioiis in iiiu uireciiou ,iuui-
icuteii nuu yesieruay uecinieu empiiai-
icully that, he intends to take u main
land and European trip shortly for
an extended vacation, but the llu
wnlliitis are not satisfied that, If
enough pressure were brought to
beur, lie would not consent to take
olio of the two positions mentioned.
Mr. Itoblnsnn yesterday promptly
''? "' """! J'" ""."'l!'. 5
. ..V, .! .... .. .
most emphatically that he lias been
contemplating making n vacntlou trip
to the States, and to Kuropo In the
early part of next year. He wnnts
rest, he said, nfter having been In
harness a long time.
I "No," said lloblnson, "I would not
'consider nny political honor now. In
, the first place, I do not enre to get
,,,, ,)ululcgi nnd BCl.0tiy, i .would
v , ,,. roa, , .,.. , ,,
feolliiK well lately 'and I want to go
. . states and to Hnroiin. whero I
can have n good rest.'
He also said that ho would not be
n enndidato for the gubernatorial po
sltlon should (lovernor Frear fall to
I get the rc-appolntmcnt at tho hands
of President Tnft.
Tho fact Is that Mr. Robinson's
(-name hug been discussed quite gen
orally by some of tlie lending polltl
clans. They claim thnt his name
would be acceptable not only to the
Hawallans but to the other elements
When Mr. Robinson was president
of the Hoard of Health bo did all he
could to relieve the burden of the Ha
wallans In the leper settlement. Tills
action on his part bus Impressed the
Hawallans so much that they ure now
willing to back him up for tiny polit
ical position. During tho monarchy
Mr. Robinson was Minister of Finance
under Queen I.llluokulanl.
iSpedot II J I let In CTorresponilence.)
VAHHINOTpN, I). ., Sept. 1. The
Ohio i)cmocrntlc fress Ilureau, located
nt Clomhu, p., and dedicated to ad
vancing the nomination of Governor
Judson Harmon for President, becamo
much dlssutMled wltli the various con
gressional polls, nil showing that Har
mon was second er third choice, Wood
row Wilson and Clinmp Clark being
considerably uliead of him. A newer
nnd mora complete poll wus taken nnd
the bureau announces the standing of
tho leading Democratic candidates
The Democrats of tho Sennlo and
House voted as fellows:
For Harmon , Rt
For Clark , M
For' Wilson 37
For Folk 13
I For Marshall
For Carter llarrl-ion ,.
For Dovernni Vmn
fniilnln Tlimnnu Vlftmlnir TVjie. It'lifl
, "' " . ' " ""'
crossed tne Atlantic in a nnyvynvi,
""I "Is companion, Theodore It. iioou
win, Brrlvcd In New York on tlie llmr
SALE of CLOTHING
FOR BOYS and GIRLS
BROWN & ROBINSON
TO OPEN AT BIJOU
Brown ft lloblnson, (ho team that
opens nt tho Dijon tonight, mai'lo a
big hit In Australln.'to judge by their
press notices. Tho following mention
Is given them:
Al tho commencement of the Rec,;
ond part of, the program, .Messrs.
Urown and lloblnson (who, by the
WHy, have Just completed a most sue
cessful season nt the Tlvoll, Sydney,
under engagement to Mr, Harry Rlck
nrds) made their npticarance, nnd It
Vns some little time before they were
allowed to dcpirt. They nro both
vocalists of a very high order, and
tho audience was very ngrecably
surprised at their performance. They
opened with n novel turn, entitled
'Tlier'llrlcklnycr nnd Ills laborer," In
which they both apicar attired In la
boring costume, Tliey are supposed to,
bo engaged on tho erection of n muslu
store, nud an organ has already been
dcimslted on the pnrtly finished prem-
ires. At knocking oft time, somo)
music Is suggested. Out- of tho pjr-,
forniors scats himself nt the org in,
whilst tho other" rolls unconcernedly
on "ii wheelbarrow. They open wllli a
beautiful rendering, ns n duet, of (he
"Lost Chord." with orchestral and or
gan accompaniment. An outburst of
genuine applause greeted, this num
ber, nnd ns n first encore, they did
even better In "Sweel flonovlove." In
icssiiiso to a further encore, "Annlo
l.nurle" was sung. Still Iho'nudlenco
wcro not satisfied, nud ns n concluding
number, tho vocalists gave a flno rcn -
dcrlng of "Klllaruey.
That the hypnotists Ayesha nnd
Harnett aro giving to the public u ,
llrst class attraction Is proven by tho
enormous crowds which continue to t
nttend the Savoy. A great number ,
were tdrncd away last night j
MoBes Kuwaa, tho young man who
was put under n hypnotic sleep for
forty-eight bourn In J. Ilopp's win
dow, was awakoned last nlght,on the
stage. There wero no 111 effects at-
tendant on the long sleep, in fact the
subject declared ho never felt better i
In bis life.
'Ayesha and' Oarnett will extend
their enga'geinentw in Honolulu by'
special request of tho mnnagement, j
which changes the .announcement 1
made In prevlous'lssues of this paper.
And they wish to unnounce that !
they will continue! to give a complete t
chungo or program, onerlng an es
IH'dally good show all this week.
BASLER WILL GIVE
Carl Dasler, win lias recently been
representing- n New York publishing
company In Honolulu, vvlll leave ou
the Korea on September 2il for n two
j curs' trip around the world to Intro
duce nnd establish ngencles for the Ex
celsior Cod System, compiled by A.
J. Wlrtz of tills city". Incidentally,
Mr, Raster, representing the Hands-Amrnd-tho-PnciriiJ
Club, will boost
Hawaii and ether Pacific countries for
nil he Is worth.
Mr. Wlrtx, tho Inventor nnd compiler
of this code system, has been nt work
on It for ovi- fourteen years, nnd com
mercial llrins who have studied the,
result of his compilation unite in de
claring tho work to' be monumental.
Mr. Haslcr will visit every commer
cial center of Importance u tho world,
mill the Introductb n of tills code sys
tem Io the world vvlll serve to keep
Honolulu and Hawaii before tho eyes
of nil civilized peoples, for It Is pub
lished in thlH city by tho Ammcnn
Hnwallan Publishing Co.
aiil i r-riw arte) ev.
POSITIVELY THE LAST WEEK OF
THE WORLD'S GREATEST
NHW KF.NHATIONB NIOIITI.Y
Rightly Termtd the Funnlttt 8how on
You Wjnt to L h on,t ,
i REGULAR MATINEES
Monday Wadnatday Friday
I HETTKR THAN EVHRI
Coff man and Carroll
( Black-Fet Comtdfani
iD;ncna Extraordinary H(t of Waak
Vaudavilla'j Charming Vocallit
Fox and Claire
Never a Mtia William Tall Outdone
Brown & Robinson
Finest combination of Tenor nnd
Ihirltoue J.'oc(ilists pnVuude- ,
vlllu stage, presenting
"BRICKLAYER AND HELPER'01
Using own sceneiy
Vivian and Allen'
Now Comedy Acrobats Crackerjacki
Kunz and Kuhz
Artiitlo Instrumental and Vocal Act
Como Early and Avoid the Ruth
1HC Ctf AT K NJAMIN COMPOUND
Cure . CoiMtlpatlon.
.'Stomach and Liver
Curat tha Kidneys.
2185 cditorlul rooms 2256
buslnesi odlcr. These are the tele
phone numbers nf tha II n 1 1 1 1 n.
Eyery department has
ceived its share of
during the last two weeks.
Our Fall line of
All the latest novelties in ?i
Veils and Neckwear
WARRANTS OUT , - ,v
" '"" FOR AUT0M0BIL1STS
" Declaring It In their duty to safe
guard tho public from being run over
by heedless -nutomoblllsts, motorcycle
I olllcers Chilton and Manuel 'Ahreu
liavo sworn out warrants for tho ar
rest of tho following n?tple. who. lhe
officers claim violated tho orillnanco
covering mitomobllo spceil regula
Thoso served with warrnnts are
R. M. Morton. H. Taylor, Albert
Afong, A. II. Dondero, Wm.- Crime,
F. Howald, IU W. Utiles, Mnrtln
0 rime, W. A. Thomas, 11 1'. Jackson,
L, II. ItlcUey and II. C. Ilalley.
i,'T1ieo people will apioar helljro
Police Julge Monsarrat tomorrow
morning to glvo their explanations.
Some of them have been In court be
fore, and It Is intimated that they will
be dealt with severely.. The motor
cycle ofllccrs nro determined to put
a stop to fast nnd heedless driving
of tho automobiles In Honolulu. "
recnfleld, Mass., is threatened with
n water famine.
A.rijiLfitrtr j '
' W$ '.
Called Far- and Delivered
oi Hotel Streete 'Phona 1812
Athletic Park -
8UNDAY, SEPTEMBER 17
TWO GAMES - TWO UAMCH
1l30 P. A. C. vs. HAWAII3
3:30 J. A. C. vs. STARS
Prices ,..J5e. 25c, 15c, lOo
Reserved Beats for center and wings
of grandstand can lie booked nt Vu O.
Hall & Hon's sporting department, i In
tro lice. King street. '
Tickets on salont M. A. Ounnt'7
Cigar Store fruin 1 p. m. Ruturday to
11 n. in. Hunday,
Headers of Hie llulletlu ran
quickly 'locale vildu Tiirlety of nt;
restllles (or the hoiiie, ofllce or bnsll
ness by consulting the clnssllled ruj