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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THURSDAY, 8EPT. 21, 1911.
rn there, which would hao been (he
heller in r:iiKi incut.
The drUcm or ilrtiyH were found In
ho In the hnhlt of iil.irlng (heir dray
anil team rlnht iirross tho wharr no
that competitor! couldn't Ret In. In
this way they could set the first load
I of stuff up the town and Ret a name
I fur Kinnrt htmlllf'Hg.
Juxllllcatlon of their dismissal of, ,( ime nHnco (hoy found out
Captain A. N, Tilup, harb irmaster,, 1Cro tho system led to trouble A
trurks of tho drains trado to delay Chinaman had asked tho people mi
competitors, brutal police work, niliilV ,ho lmrf to stralulitcn out u team
B " i t- - t .. l.t..,t,LM I.Ik ll . ..illnttl,,l
Hon of the regulations, action to so
ciuo waterfront lands of tho Tcirl
that was lilurkltiK him and n policeman
Instead of cloiirlliK the Jam had hit'
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lory and erl.leUn. of tho methods of
handling fi eight by tho InlcMsta ul .' . . .. .,..,
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oii'iiiil.iinii iiiiiiMi.ij -nu ....,, .... .Iirmlllir
matters brouKht ,, at the mee.lnK ,l '
ho ha.lmr conunlssloneis held c-
onlay afternoon In tho henato chain.. M (mly al(ttei, , x
,; . , ,, i ., i . i . I !" Tho extrn weight on tho ono
.Members ..the board hate 'n'
going around the a.los whanesn d,
wntrt.lng tho manner In which 11 to , ,,!, of tho
MUlft II IH UIK lillllVII llllll lir. i vim.
j whole llio coiniiilsslcners rcir(ed Hint
they had ndopted the rules and lo
bulations with the exception of the
claune rcfcrilng to cargo for tran
shipment anil marked as mcli. This
will be allowed to remain on tho
iltf,tr fin in., ihnu tli imlillulilnir Mm
Cisco, although It had been known for,
forty-eight horns before, tho harbor- ,. .... ,',' , ,.,.., ... ,...w.
I le I'll Wl IllllL'l I nnvil "
It was decided that no more sprliifis
t-cijucnco I hoy nro of the opinion that
Captain Tripp Is not tho man for tho
position of harbormaster Colonel Mc
Carthy and Secretary Kuill Hermit re
ported Ctonlny that when the steam
er M'irlliie nriloil from San l'ran-
master had berthed the Ilrltlsh steam- "u "" ","" L' ' ,,""vl
, ., .... ... ., ,, ,,'tcr nssumes his (lutlcs
r Crown of Castillo at tho Hackfeld, ,
wharf thus depriving the Mntson peo
ple of their picferenco rights. Tlio
Oceanic wharf had been vacated on
tho Wednesday by the Sierra anil tho
Ilrltlsh steamer could havo been tak-
. Athletic Park
SUNDAY, SCPTEMfJCR 24
TWO OA.Mi:.S - - TWO UAMfcS
1j30 J. A. C. v. HAWAII8
3:30 P. A. C. vs. STARS
Pricei 35c, 25c. 15c, 10c
tliwrwil SciiIh for ernlrr nnd wlngi
of crandHtHiid can bo Imokcil at II. C).
Hull & Sou'b simrlliiK depurtment. lln
trHlice, King strret.
Tickets on sale at M. A. Onrnt'"
Cigar Store from 1 p. m. Saturday to
11 n. in. itunday.
w k I t R 1 1 1 1 ii ir Tr.
khould be put on tho wharves. Chair-
I man Campbell explalnlnj; that this
was an Idea copied by one of his pre
decessors from a San FYuncUrn wharf
where thcic was a hlg fall of the tide.
He also stated that tho Matson wharf
was not In a shaky condition ns all
Ilia I was tho matter was that tho piles
had some of the sheathing utiippcd
Tho methods of the Inter-Island
Company In making each drny back
up lo tho slings and lunc the frclKht
taken off before they would allow
another to como was criticised vciy
Roercly. This meant that there were.
alwajR a long lino of waiting dras
and that tho merchants wcro alwas
complaining that their w aeons wcro
n long time away fiom their stoics.
The commissioners aro to make an
attempt to acquire all the Tcrrltorlil
laud along the watei front. There me
neeral leaes expiring fry hhorllv
and the commissioners feel that they
Khould liato the disposal of them.
PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 OAY5.
l'AZO OINTMENT is Ruarantced
to cure any case of Itching, Blind,
Weeding or Protruding Piles in 6 to
14 days or money refunded. Made by
PARIS MEDICINE CO., Saint Louis,
U. S. of A.
(Continued from Paa 1)
Pearl l'lt school liulldliiK li said to
lie able to acconiiiiinlate all applicants.
At Aha the same method as employ-
..,1 In kitmn nf tin. rllv frlmoN is 111
MiRiiP, namely, the illvldlni? of the time
for the dllTrront classes, so that n por
tion of the school will rcccle Instruc
tlnn during the luornlnK hours, whllo
the other chutes receive nttcntlon In
Kallhl-waena school Is crowded to
hik.1i an extent that n number of appll
units In this district arc rrcclvliiK In
striictlon nt the iiilsslon chapel nearby
Accordliiit to ImcstlKiitlon carried on
by KiiRlncer (Sere, the city schools aro
all ery milch crowded. The Central
Oriiimiuir sebonl Is pointed out as at
tempting to take care of a large num
ber of pupils who meet In the assem
bly hall. It Is found that there are
not enough seats to accommodate the
scholars, but arrangements have been
made whereby these will soon bo pro
WILL BE RAZED
ExtcnsUo changes nro to ho mule
on tho Knmchnmeha School grounds
this ji""-, according to the tiustccs'
plans. Thcso Include tho tearing lon
of several existing buildings among
them tho old gymnasium, tho old
dairy buildings nnd tho old museum
workshop. , Nnno of the buildings In
their present condition U needed.
Tho new model dairy building will
bo completed somctlma In Oc'obcr at
a cost of $19,0110 and will bo up-to-
date nnd embody In every respect tho
latest Ideas In farm building con
struction. It will servo to glvo added
Impetus to the prnctlcil work douo
nt Iho schonls now.
Much nt tho work of tearing down
the buildings and clearing off tho
campus will be dono by tho students
Wm. T. Ilrlpliam, director of Hlshop
Museum, had an exciting expcrlciuo,
this morning, when, at the corner of
Kort and King Btrcets, his automo
bile was slightly Incaptcltated by
trolley car number 51, which was
heading for Walklkl.
Dr. Hrlgham was coming down
Fort stiect In his machine, and, on
arriving nt tho corner, opposite tho
First National Hank, ho slowed down.
In Iho meantime, ear CI, walklkl
bound, moved on, and In doing fo,
collided with Hrlghnm'K machine. Tho
occupant was not Injured at all, but
liU machine was somewhat put out
or commission. With the aid of C. F.
Chllllngwnrth, who grabbed and push
ed the front wheels, llrlgham's ma
chine slid down the street again.
I.leut. Philip M Kcliultz "f the Her
man iinoy was put on trial In Ply
mouth, ling, on the charge of being u
Police Judge MfiiKorint held a short
st'tilon this morning In lilt courtroom,
there being only nine urncs on tho po
Kiilol Pcrrett (w). Hawaiian, who
was arrested last night ut Knknaka by
l.bpinr Inspector W P IVnnell. was
sent to tho reef for one month. She
pleaded gullly to the charge, but Pros
editing Attorney llrown akpd for leni
ent punishment. Phoney Divli and
NflMin IjiiiiI, alio eluiigcd with sell
ing liquor without llctnxcs, had their
cases put olf for a week.
The case of Manuel Italian, ngalnst
whom ll charge of ass.mll with a deadly
weapon was entered, iiImi went over
for a week.
t'hoy Young Soon. Korean, with lit
tle feet, was In court to iinivvcr to two
charges of gross cheat and one of em
bezzlement. To the charge of gros
i bent the defendant pleaded gullly nnd
win. sentenced to six months' and three
months' Imprisonment, reipertlvely. Ah
lo the charge of embezzlement, iho de
fendant told the court that he was not
gullly. On this contention tho prose
cution put up Its evidence ami. having
sntMlcd the court bejoud reasonable
doubt lis to tho guilt of the defend
ant, Judge Mniisnrrnt sentenced hlnito
thirty day.' Imprisonment.
Sir William Whte. vice-president of
the Ciinaillaii railroad, has retired on
account of advanced age.
Vhe entire town of Dragon, f'nlo,
boasting f00 Inhabitants, Is lo bo moved
twelve miles as the result of tlio com
pletion of the Uintah railway.
Tonight's Feature Film! "Madlclna
Comedy") "Bumput at Romeo" and
many othert) all new.
PHOTOPLAYS TIIK LATEST
Brown & Robinson
"The Bricklayer and Helper," featuring
the "Village Btacktmlth" Song
A HIT OK T1IU WEEK
Vivian & Allen
Acrobatlo Nontente, and Loads of It
Kunz & Kunz
Artlttlo Vocal and Instrumental Act
A CATCHY DILL
Monday Wednesday Friday
PltOOItAM CHANGED TONIGHT
Three Nights More and
will close her engagement. Never a
more popular singer In Honolulu. By
request will sing "My Hero," from "The
Coffman and Carroll
Comedy Singing and Dancing
"Review of Chilean Troops"
Orchestra Direction N. C. Parry
Headers nf the Unite tin run
quickly locate n wide variety of nr-
crsullles far Hie limine, nfllro or liusl
nr hjr consulting the classified col
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
SO LADICS' C0WN8 50 C.nti
36 " 60 "
3G " " 75 "
CO " CHEMISE 45 "
38 " " 50 "
36 " - 60 "
tO " GKIIVTS 50 "
25 " ' 60 "
?5 " " 75 "
75 PAIRS LADIES' DRAWERS 35 "
CO " " " 40 "
fiQ " ' 50 "
1450 YARDS WAI8TINQ
750 " " t
500 " CIIAMBRAY
2250 " BATISTE ; :
200 " CRYSTAL CLOTH :
250' " POPLIN BRILLIANT :
200 " POLIN :
20c Yard .
2700 Yards Excellent quality Swiss, - 10c yd
1750 Yards Finest Grade Flaxon, - - 22 1-2c yd
39 Plr2'2 Yard Long 55o Pair
36 " 2x " " 77i2e "
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 m ii ii 5,50 ii
100 Reduced from $15.00 to $7-50
100 " " 1800 to 9.00
100 " " 20.00 to 10.00
?'M Reduced from $2.00 to $1,50
150 " " 3.00 to 1.75
100 " " 4.00 to 2.00
25 OUTING 8UIT8 $1.75
25 NORFORK " 3.00
150 WOOLEN ...; 3.75
25 " 4.00
200 WASH 8UIT8 75
100 " " 1.00
100 " " , 1.25
100 " " 2.00
5-4 NORWOOD 16'4c Yard
9-4 " 27'2o "'
10.4 " 30o "
8-4 PEQUOT 22'2o "
9-4 " 25o "
0.4 " 30o "
15 Piecee TABLE DAMASK 372o Yard
50 Doien HEMMED NAPKIN8 $1.10 Dozen
500 Yarde GLASS TOWELING ..122o 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,
SALE NOW ON
L. B. Kerr A Co., Ltd.,
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