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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, October 19, 1911, 3:30 EDITION, Page 3, Image 3',
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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THURSDAY, OCT. 1D, 1911.
TWO OF THE DARING CONTESTANTS IN
GREAT OCEAN TO OCEAN AEROPLANE RACE
GOES TO MAUI
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Wntor Clilcf W. l Martin loavei
tomoriow by the stenmer Clauilliio fur
Muni wheru ho will start nn Invc-fl-KUtlon
Into the water resource of
wlint Is commonly known ns tlio "illtcli
country" on ICust Mnul. He will luei"
I. II. Stewart tlio man In charge ol
the work on that Island at Wullukn
nml tlioy will go over tlio mound to-Kether.
Stewart will Rtny In that part of
the country for the next three or four'
months placing rain pnnRi's niii lik
IhB of all tlio water nlotiK the Hue ol
the ditches. When the woik I eom-
liletcil Mr. Mai tin Iioiich to have n
cry complete recoril of all tlio wnlei
In that vicinity.
Alter staying nlinut four davs on
Mnul he cxpcclH to connrct with I fir
Manna Ken nt Mcdrcffor's bnilliii? ami
will croH to llllo where he will nret
C. II. Plcrci, Die man In charge of
the work nt that end.
They will ro up to the 2500 feet
level on the ilopcg of Manna Ua nml
where they are nt the present time
takliiK records for use In ronnerilon'
with the Kan ditch. . Arrani; nn mIh
will bo made for the oxteindon or tlio
work townrdu the ninth, all the iec-
onls ko fnr linvliiK heen made from
the most Foiilherly part of the Intake.
The dlxtnucc from the camp to wlieic
tlio II rut rcrnrilH were mado Ih nlinut
live hours xtcady hike :iii, N
phiniiPil to extend aliiiut tlio xaiiio iIIk-
tauce to the north,
Mr. Martin Ixks wllhln a nliort
time to have nil the flKiireti on the
Jul) nml ho will then lie nhle to make
en CKtlmnte n to the niiioiint of wa
ter Hint will ho available for the
CHINESE ARRESTED FOR
PERJURY, BEFORE JURY
Tom Moon ami Clio, two t'hliimm-n
arrcHleil yrxlcrthiy iilteiiiooii on :i
chnrKo of perjury before the (Irand
Jury, were brought before the t'om
mlH.sloner yesterday iifternoon and
their ciiKea set for licurlliK.
Moon will tell Commlxsloner Davis
all that he known nbout the fneu of
(ho cast on October 20, while liny will
tako the Ktand the following day Hall
wax set nt SIMM) but neither of them
eoiilil collie tnroilKli nml lliey me
KiiestH of the Territory for the pica
NKW YOUIC, N. Y. Cnlbralth 1. ciulcnvorliiK to crnxs tlm country from different i1nyn from New York c,,VK)vnMNO -In Honolulu, October 1R,
ocean to ocean mill tluw win the $30,-'wer wltiiexneil by IboiifiiiHln of liiter-l ,,.,, ... nl W ,. k.,.,..,!,,..'
Tln.h'.TH llntu.rt H. l'mvltr mill JliniCS .. ......... ...... ..... . . . . . ... ... '"' '" MT' '""' lrH! "' ' I'OHIlllll,,
" - " uuv prioe oncreu ny ii iev i orer.' chico xpecuuor), mm oiko m tnai m
J. Wnril ore the tlirco neroplanl&ts now Tim Marts of Ward uml northern on Kowlcr from San l'ranclKco.
l, hi id i MTm'M
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Wrfil: mm ml
Is awaiting you. Here you'll
see as great a showing of
Men's and Young Men's Fall
Suits and Overcoats as any in
town. Our clothes are the
recognized standard in Men's
Apparel, and any talk of our
Fall Clothes would be incom
plete without our slogan---
"Satisfaction to Your Satis
faction every time, or Youi'
CliarlCH Orlh of Waller, Okla,, lias In n football scrlnimnno, James Ca-. Valunblo records of the family ol
UoiikIiI at public miction for $70 thoiiey, a fourteen year old schoolboy or, Horace Orcely, the editor, were
Kansas, Iiwlon & (lulf railroad, cap- Mllford, Mass., with tho ball iimltsr, burned when the barn of tlio Ilev.
Itallzcil at $5 000. Tho road was his arm, ran upon tho New York, New j Frank II. Clendtnln, In tho Ilronx wan
chartered to bullil from Coftcyvlllc, Haven & Hnrttonl railroad tracks burned. Dr. Clendeuln's wife Is ii
Kan., to tho lied river. 'mill wbb killed by n passliiR train. 'dniiKhtcr of (Irecly.
New Wash Skirts
THE "SOCIAL MILL"
HKIIKIXKY, rnl.. Sept. 2D. Tlmt
stiulentH eiiKMKlui; In frnternlty nml
ehlb uctlvltlcis nt the Htnte university
here lire lint utile to maintain a lead In
scholnrslilp, nml that iiitdcrKriidimtcxuf
the "plain citizen" type excel In all
departments, were shown hero today In
no liilei-cHlIm; ret nf statistics prepared
nml made public by tlio faculty. In
two sets of (niupiitatloiis, one of which
covers n peiloil of three years, the fra
ternity men appear lit the bottom of
In. Hut. rlllli liwtiiilitru tmvt. ntul mill.
club nod non-fraternity students at tin
lop hi Fcl.olorshlp.
The tables JuM coinpleteil by I'ro
fi'smr K J Klcharilson, tiikeu from mi
nver:ii;e of nil students limited, show
that uiialllllateil studi'iits maliituiuid n
ImkkIiik Krnde of 'Jl per cent. durliiKthe
I last year. Members of house clubs liv
iniKcd a passliu; made of VI per cent.
land of fraternities M.2 per cent. The
' percenliiKe of students In h,. nr,t and
second Kiades In scholarship wns as
follows- t'nalllllateil, f.ii.t per cenlij
Icluh", r,4.B per cent.; fraternities, I", 2
I'or the Inst three years, the record
Is as follows 1U1I - I'uatllllated. r.C 1
'per cent , clubs, iil.fi p,r cent frater
nities, 4&.: inr cent in io fm'iajui.'il,
Rl " per cent ; clubs, R: I p
fraternities, 12.2 per cent. liu:i Qry f
minted, r.i.r, per cent : clubs, r.l ht
cent; fraternities. 39 1 per cent.
I l oupleil with I lie low percelitane nf
the fraternities Is n special condemna
tion nf the existence nf too many foclal
activities for the students of the uni
versity nrraiiKcit by rraternlty mid club
BULLETIN n PAV-
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THE BEFORE-REMOVAL SALE at this Store marks an epoch in Merchandising in Honolulu,
because every patron has been pleased with the purchase made, and the price has been "better than
light." Every article is to be sold. Particular attention is called to the tremendous values in
Wash Goods, Table Napkins and Cloths
The Wash Dresses are a revelation, for such goods have never been offered the ladies of Honolulu even in
this Store, which is known as the home of legitimate bargains.
Hosiery, Rain Coats, Children's Dresses, Ladies' Underwear, Laces and
Embroideries are almost given away
Opp. Catholic Cliur Ii