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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY. SEPT. 19, 1911.
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Police .tii.lKo Minium mt liad flftv
tliti'o c.ifi'i to tiv tlila morning, lint
lit tin- ipiIiihI of Attorney C. V. Clill
llnuvwirtli. ttilit-lle Chinese, wlin
we to nrrcxti'ii l.itt iilRln by unlet or
Dcli'cllM'H .Mclltilllo Mini Ills men, lull
tlielr cue postponed until Septem
ber !2 when It In expected, the ile
feiiilnnts will plead Kiillt.
Tin1 Clilueso were caimlit plalnK
!:! k.'iti In a lninso on Muiiua stioet
near Hotel. They ie not nwiue
or tliu m rival or tho 11 Ik t'lilef. lint
when Die police hIkii.iI iih len by
the Kiiaul, one or ihu plicrs. tried
to K'nli the money on the tuldo. Ciller
' MrDiilllo wax too iiilc!( tor him mid
lie soon had the man anetted uinl
the money taken finin the table. Thin
Ir the only exldence which the olll
cem IniM) nK.ilnst the Chinese.
A. II. Dondcio, who Uolntcd the
county orillnance. coveiliiR tho anto
inobllo speed, was loprcsented by At
tnne I)alK, who Ind bin case pist
poned for n week Dondero was In
court betoro on n nlmllar cliarKO and
It In likely that bo will bo lined mora
n ci ely.
I II. Hlehley, who wan pulled In
for the name oftensu asked for u bill
or particular!. He stated that he did
mil remember whether bo wim out
that diy In Ills mncblne or not. Hut
when Infill ineil by tho pro-tecntlim
that he wan out near the I'u.i line
at I'.ilama. about lo'clock In the after -iiixiii
he admitted that he wax In Hi."
lclnlt .it that pirtlcular hour. He
pb'iiiled Riillty mid was lined ten dul
lars and costs or court
A AtoliK, who npiie.ired borne
.Itnliie MotiHtirr.it n (ow weeks ago
paid IiIk tine or llfteon dollars and ilc
paited Ho looked at the inotoioclo
oillcer unite seriously mid walked out
or the court loom.
Martin (Initio, a Kiisslan Interpret'
or In .liiilno Monsnrrat's court, who
believed that his in.icblno was im
inaliaKe.ihlo at the time pleaded unllt
mid paid ten dollars for his plllkl.i.
Willie Clime) , MPpenritiK '" Hie
rie li.re ric uncrs ar" to itipart
trum IIiiiiiiIiiIii for Knff Kiiiiicht'ii be-
Keroiiil time, was sentenced to pa. a,(((n I'rlilur and the llrst part of De
fine of fltlioti ilollais. Ho was iiiiderji,).r, Mml JiiiIkIiu' from the meaner
the suspension of seliteiice on a slnil-jiit of uppllcants for transportation,
bir cluirKu II. Taylor and II. f. II illey there will be a painful dearth of lirst
wbo niu both stumpers In Hon ilubt , i,,,,, pa-scumr-i '.i till the bire mini-
each paid u fine of ten dollars and
A. V. Hatnes. who was pulled In
In Moloieolo Olllcer Allien told the
court that ho was not In a machine
that day Ho assuied ihe mint that
liu was not the man tint the olllcer
wns looking Tor.
l'ioeeiitliiK Attorne llrown, ad
mitted that Mr. Haines wns tho wnniK
man. Hi own therefore eiiteied a nolle
prosequi In bis case which was grant
ed by the ludse Will Thomas, who
also dre Ids aiiliininbllo In a pub
lic street, heedlesslv of the safety of
others paid a line of ten dollnis and
costs of CDIIlt
Max Alfonso who butKlarlzod Cap
tain Mcfb-m's heaibiuarters at Tort
Sbafter. iecrcil bis plea In .police
court tmla. and asked that he may
be pennltteil to consult a lawyer.
Jiulse Monsair.it was of tho opin
ion that the coutt did not have Hie
Jurisdiction to try the defendant, as
the art was committed In a military
reset Mitlon of the fulled States gov
ernment The matter, war put ocr
until September 22.
of these will back out before the liner, HONOLULU
departs for the Const AMIIsFMFrJT
Tl'o woeful lack of passeimers to till nnMDAMV t Til
the empty cabins of trniispnelllc liners 'COMPANY, LTD.
in mis nine in mi' jnir is ti in. ii. v ...
iniich concern to ihlpplnc nKcnts, who
had looked for b-tter business at this
senson of the year.
COMPANY FEARS THE MEN
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 24
TWO (JAMl;S - - TWO iam!-:s.
1:30 J. A. C. vi. HAWAIIS
3-30-P. A. C. vi. STARS
Prices 35c, 25c, 15c, 10c
CIHfAfiO. III., Sept. 2 Dlllclals of
Hit- (!.ir Unit and Sirew Company nre
In n preillcnmviit About October 1
thc ixpict to nlre Soft women uinl
Klrls to work In ,i new factory now In mr of menus, fo.1
tier of unity stateroom.
Tie IMcllle Hull liner Siberia, which
left th port for Snu l'ranclsco last
Sutiuday cvi'nlni?, bad sexual lino
cabins without n kIuhIi' passenger. Tho
essel lould bine necoiuniodated one
bundred and lreiity-llu imsseniiers,
and barely sixty persons nvalled them
s,des of the siipi"!! nc(oinnioilatlun to
bo found In this class of essel.
The 1'aclllc Mull stiamslilp China Is
ilui to sail lor tie Coast on Saturday
loornliiK, nml while the ever-popular
steamer lias room for between forty
and llfty passeiiuiTs, hardly u score ofi
applicants have been icKlstcrei! ut thel
otlke of II. Ilackfild At Co, the local
The Matson Navigation atviiuier I.ur
llne, which has on one or more oieu
slons u rt the port with over llfty p.is
sviiKim In her noiny cabins, will In
nil probability sail for Sun I'raticlsio
eu Tuesday next with a Jlstiesslimly
sinall list Today lull ely half u do.eu
persons bad rcitlsUicd at the otllco of
Castle & CooUe, hlid us tbu list booked
for the China Is a small one, the iudl
tatlons point to tho 1. in lino drawbiK
but few travelers.
At the present time less than llfty
people have booked passage with II.
lliiikfeld A: Co. for the TacUlc Mall
liner .Manchuria, which Is scheduled to
depart for Die Coast on Siptembir 1!9.
The list of iiainei now on lllu do not
represent posxlhle p.itions by any man-
In many Instances
BRUISED AND BATTERED BY
HUSBAND, GETS DIVORCE
llecntise of the fact Hint .John Ma-
noun, luikhniiil of llntllo Mnnoim,
boat her wllh Kienl cruelty, a dl
vorco was uraiilod this mornliiK In
tho circuit court by .IihIko V. .1. Hob'
Tho woman stales lli.il durltiR sev
eral mouths In lllin her husband
struck her, kicked her and cilled her
vile and Inappnipilale uainiM until she
becaiuo fenrful of hor life. Also dui
ItiB n drunken riiRe he slrurk and
bruised her and diove her from tho
homo. Slnco then he has failed t
Hiipiairt, her and the little tlneo year
old child, llntllo.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Hotrvcd Seats for center and wines
of Krniiilstauil (an be hooked nt I? D.
Hallo. Sou's spnitliiK ib'p.irliuvut. Hu
trance, Kliiu strett.
Tick, Is on sale at M. A. fiiinst's
Clivir Store from J p. m. Saturday to,
I 11 n. m. Sunday.
th,. toiirM' of eonstriict on. As there Ihe same mimes me to he rounu i n-
iii e not liflv un-'inplojid women In 'rolled nt nil three principal shipping
liarv. It will be luiessury to Import 'otllces of the city.
tin. ,-,u(i Iiuiilr made nt the Dceanlo nKeiicy
Hut the iliiniind for wives In Onry today Indlciitid that tho Sltrru, with
is live times the ivall.ible supply. The ample iiccunimodallon for two Inuidred
pioiiiiitloii of mules mid females In and twenty-llee eubln passunifers, would
the town Is : to I. New feminine iir-jlenve the port on her next voynco to
rivals are usually the subjects of pro- San rranelsio, ivtolnr . Willi less
posuls In fore they have their Krlps' than one biilnlreil passeiiKi rs. About
lulrly unstiapped. I llfty imssenBirs l.:ive thus far booked
Conseiuenlly Hie ennip iny appears by Ibis vessel
to tie confronted iiy the nltinuitlvo of( Tho Matson Nu'ditnllon steamer Wll
actlnc as a matrimonial iiKent on a belmlua Is to sail on Ditolxr II, and
larKo and unproiPable scale or dleov- HioukIi bookliiKS are made far In uil
irlni; some novel wa of preveiilliiK viince for this s'. "liner, theie are but
mnrrl.iKiiible wouun from .mttlnit mar- n few prospective tuiveleis on the list
rled uinl tlure Is a lively pimpi'd that soino
Entered for Record September 18, 1911,
From 1030 a. m. to 4i30 p. m.
Koni? Kee (llrm) to Co-I' l
Alo I. Hill Ah Will unit hsb et ul to
lllin ltnllroad Cm 1)
Kane Nnbola mid bsb to James 1
(lieKory Nahola and vvf to Jmnes
K Kuln n
Itobeit I' Wulpa to Hiitlle K Wulp.i 1)
Itobert 1 Wulpa to Mlanonelte
Itobert I' Wulpa lo Sarah Wulpa.. I)
Antene Sllva to Mis lYnnk San
Muniiel Louis to laliclso Maiipies U
K Mlurii to von llainiu-YouiiK Co
J J Snilddy mid uf to John ltuck
Hattle Iv Kuln and hsb to Unity
John 1,1'inra to Notice Notice
laiurn A Coney and as tr it nl to
11 Wnterboiise IY Co Ltd. tr.... I)
Tlrst Amer Savs & Tr Co of 11 Mil
to William It Cistle Jr Itel
Abraham Kernaii Icz and wf to
Thomas l.edwui'd D
Thoni.'is Ledward to l'loneir HldB
H Loan Assu of I M
Entered for ReeoH September 19, 1911.
From 8i30 a. m. to 1030 a. m.
John Walker and wf to lllese llol-
Mlllo Morris to John Kiipom 1)
SEE MONDAY PROGRAM
MUSIC AND COMEDY AND PHOTO
Combination ol Fire Features
Brown & Robinson
In their novel sketch, "Bricklayer and
Helper," have won merited plauditi,
Bett singers that have been heard 'at
Vivian & Allen
Comedy Acrobats Very Funny
Kunz & Kunz
Artittlc Instrumental and Vocal Act
Monday Wednesday Friday
Will Be Teature All This Week
With lh-te will be
2 GOOD ACTS 2
Coffman and Carroll
Dancing Extraordinary Loads' of
Last Week to Hear
Vaudeville's Charming Vocalist
To nrrest the spread of Infantile
paralysis 111 WoIi'tii, Mass the board
of health of that city has Issued orders
lo previut nil KatherliiKh of children.
John It. Ilarlv, the alleged leper, has
applied for ii renewal of his pension
lor services In the Spanish American
war llnrly Is o'i the 1'nelilc Coast,
IIvIiik under mi .insumed name.
Whitney & Marsh,
We have just received a
quantity of the celebrated
the regular price of which is 25c a yd.
We offer this for
One Week Only at
a piece of 10 yards
See our window displays for the latest
Weekly Bulletin, $1 Year
We are retiring from business. All Goods must be sold. All New and Up-to-Date. Stock is very
complete. Terms of Sale CASH ONLY.
Ladies' Muslin Underwear
50 LADIES' GOWNS 50 C.nts
DO " CHEMISE 45
Z6 " " 50
3S " " 60
50 " SKIRTS 50
25 " ' 60
75 " ' 75
75 PAIRS LADIES' DRAWERS 35
50 " " 40
50 " " " 50
1450 YARDS WAISTING
750 ' "
500 " CHAMBRAY
2250 " BATISTE
200 " CRYSTAL CLOTH
250 " POPLIN BRILLIANT :
200 " PO"LIN !
20c Yard .
2700 Yards Excellent quality Swiss, - 10c yd
1750 Yards Finest Grade Flaxon, . - - 22 l-2c yd
36 Pain 2'2 Yard. Long 55c Pair
36 ' ?i2 " " 77jC "
36 " 3 " " 1.12'2 "
36 " 3 " " 1.30 "
32 " 3 " " 1.75 "
38 " 3 " 2.15 "
36 " 3 " " 3.00 "
36 " 3 " " 3.45
12 " 3 " " 4.30 "
18 " " " " 5.50 "
100 Reduced from $15.00 to $7.50
100 " " 1800 to 9.00
100 " " 20.00 to 10.00
25'J Reduced from $2.00 to $1.50
150 " " 3.00 to 1.75
100 " " 4.00 to 2.00
25 OUTING SUITS $1.75
25 NORFOHK " 3.00
150 WOOLEN 3.75
25 " ' 4.00
200 WASH SUITS 75
100 " " 1.00
100 " " 1.25
100 " " 2.00
15 Pieces TABLE DAMASK ...
f.0 Dozen HEMMED NAPKINS
600 Yards GLASS TOWELING .
.12jO to 30c Yard
250 Pairs of Boys' Woolen Pants at - 50c Pair 250 Pairs of Boys' Woolen Pants
200 Men's All-Silk Four-in-Hand Ties, 40c each
SALE NOW ON
L, B, Kerr & Co., Ltd.,
tw fei iT-'6
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