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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H TUESDAY, OCT. 24, 1911.
Asks United States to Observe
Neutrality As an
vWhllo tho excitement In local Chl
l,cnc! clrclcH liii Iiccmi running hluli
ter the nltmllon In Cli mi It has
(ecu Intensified liy tlio proposed nc
(Toil of Japan to assist the Clilntc
fovorntiicnt nKtilnst llio rowiliitlnnlstx.
all I I hero In a protest lon'i; nml Ion I.
WAi Aula Park taut nleht Hiero wore
hilly four thousand Chinese nasoni
bled In innKM imctlug, mill It was when
jlic talk was al fccr heat Hint n long
jeimtiitloii. embodying n protest
fi;atiiHt any such action (in the jnrt
f 'Japan uni approved liy tlio gather
r1 nnss anil was afterward cabled I"
Secretary of Hlato Philander C. Knox
i,Tho resolution Bet forth the fjc'
thill us the rolieltlon, now roIiik on
m China, Is n natlonnl movement,
V.lth n view to establishing a repub
lican form of government In plico of
iiiunllcged corrupt ono now In p-iwer,
"protest In mntlo against the Intel
forrneo In any way by the outside
powers, nmi inn mined HiaicH is iihk
ed to ret an ex.implo to tlio other piu
ery by assuming nn attltndo of strict
neutrality In tlio matter,
Tlio leHolutton In signed by Yonnt;
Kong Tut, cbalrnian mnHs ineellni;.
v There wan nn early gathering at the
park ami In the bright IIkIiIh that
tlareil from nil sides many of the red
revolutionary flags wore to bo seen.
Young Kung Tnt wan chosen to tho
chairmanship of the meeting and wan
also authorized to sign the resolution
of protest that wan sent to Wnshliig
ton. On tho speakers' stand wcro a
largo number of other Influential Chi
nese of tho city.
Tho present condition of things In
China was tho subject of each spoik
cr nnd they nil expressed hope that
those who aro fighting for liberty
would win out In the struggle mil
voiced a protest imnlnst tho Inter
ference of any other nation.
According to those who spoko last
night the war Is to bo carried on In n
clvlllrcd way nnd all protection will
be given to foiclgners living there.
K.Ahny then spoke of the work of
Dr. Sun Ynt Hen, born In llnwnll, edu
cated here, the man who hid cngl-
fleeted tlio revolution, planned It for
years, established headquarters In
Honolulu from which went out to the
world Hie hopes of tho llberty-lolng
I Chinese for a liberated China.
A stirring addrers was nlno mnilo
by Tung (limn Ymi, who Is ono of the
'teachers at Mills Institute. Ho called
on tho local Chinese to open their
purses and assist those In their be
loed China to a freedom such as they
were cnjolng nt that moment. Ho
1 told them that they would not have
tho chance to Rncrlflec their lives for
their rou n try but they could assist
with money for the purpose of provl-
'slonlng tho armies that wcro fighting
I At the conclusion of the meeting
there wero three cheers given for the
I new revolutionary Hag for the now
republic and for the United States,
1 11 J Dodge, ii prominent lumber
dealer nnd shipping man of the Coast,
Supervisor Kben Low Is back from
his strenuous campaign carried on for
several weeks against the 'host of
gouts which Infest the barren fast
nesses of Knhoolawe, the island em
pire over which low has ruled for
these many years, ,
Soon will Knhoolawe pass Into the
hands of the Territorial (lovcrnment
but It does not want the fesllvo "nan
nies" nnd "billies" which rnngo over
the nvullnblo grazing lands nnd keep
down the vegetation.
"1 will be obliged to make another
excursion to Kuliooluwe before the
end of tho year, and tho time set for
my turning over the Island to tho gov
ernment," stated tho cowboy Super
visor this morning ns ho attended the
distribution of large strings of "Jerked
goat meat" to friends about the city.
"I succeeded in killing a large num
ber of tho animals from the deck of
the Kuenu, which steamed along the
const line, but within range of the
gouts which make their homo in tho
cliffs nnd ledges."
Tho gonts aro to be exterminated be.
foro tho Territorial authorities take
buck the Island. Supervisor Low Is
reported to have sent Home seven hun
dred unlumls to the happy hunting
ground, but a new crop appears to
have sprang up to further defy his
mnrksninnshlp and cause the expendi
ture of additional bullets.
"If I do make another trip to Ka
hoolawo, It will bo after I have se
cured permission from the Hoard of
Supervisors," remarked Low ns bo at
tempted to dodge an Irnto Manon tax-
Closing -Out Sale
All Goods must be sold by January 1st Goods all
New and Up-To-Date. Bargains Unprecedented.
TERMS CASH ONLY
payer who had been obliged to tramp
through a sen of mud to gain tho low
er levels of the city, following u heavy
NOTE THESE PRICES
Men's Suits, $6.00, $6.50, $7.00,
$7.50, $8.00, $8.50, $9.00, $10.00
Boys' Suits, 75c, $1.00, $1.25,
. $1.75, $2.00, $3.00, $3.75, $4.00
Men's Shirts, 50c, 75c, $1.00,
$1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2.00
Ladies9 Voile Skirts, $4.00,
Ladies9 Underskirts, 50c, 60c,
75c, 85c, 90c, $1.00, $1.25, $1.50
Lace Curtains, 55c, 77 Vic,
$1,1212, $1.30, $1.75,$2.15, $3.00,
TOWelS, per doz., 40c, 90c, $1.00,
$1.15, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2, $2.50
Ladies' Hand Bags, $2.00,
$2.25, $2.85, $3.50, $4.00, $4.50,
Ladies' Sateen and Taf
feta Skirts, $1.50, $1.75, $2,
Men's 1-2 Hose, $1.00, $1.50,
$2.00, $2.50, $3, $3.50 per dozen
Men's Undershirts, 20c, 25c,
35c, 40c, 50c, 60c, 75c, $1
Ladies' Drawers, 40c, 50c,
55c, 75c, $1.00
U B. KERR & CO., Ltd.
A lake a St
"Tho government Incinerator, now In
the service of tho city nnd county to
properly care for Its refuse. Is1 not the
cause of tho smelt, If nny, which Is nl
leged to pervade Camp Very, according
to n report in a morning paper," In
slHted Chairman Kruger of the city and
county supervlMirnl committee on
health nnd sanitation.
"Tlio troublo arises from the United
States naval Incinerator, which Is a
much smaller nffnlr nnd has been used
by tho authorities at Camp Very to
care for their sewage and refuse," con
tinued Chairman Kruger.
"When the matter of tnklng over tho
government Incinerator was first moot
ed, members of the health committee,
Including Supervisors Murray, MeClcl
Inn and myself, visited the marine
cump, nnd at thnt time we had a con
ferenco with Major Neville concerning
"Major Neville told us to go ahead
with tho work of placing tho garbage
Incinerator In commission." '
According to the members of the
city health committee the prevalence of
a south wind for the past few days
mny have caused the fume and smoke
from the small Camp'-Very Incinerator
to spread over the 'camp where are
nuarter.d a number of marines. It Is
contended that the, stack of the big
garbage furnaces Is too tall to permit
of nny of tho Mnoke or odor to roach
the ground in the vlolnlty of the post
It was stated this morning thnt the
board would take no cognizance of any
complaint unless It bore the stamp of
having been an official one. Tho mere
mntier of a morning newspaper story
Is sntd to be no basis for conducting
nn Investigation, nnd for thut reason
none will be held.
A. II. Dondero, charged with ex
ceeding the speed-llnilts for automo
biles set by City al)d County ordi
nance, lost his case ,11)18 morning In
Police Court, JudgeMonsarrat hold
ing that the capoiiaii out by Motor
cyclo Officer, Abreu was a good one.
Previously, a dem'urrpr filed by Don
dero's attorney, Franc Thompson, had
been denied. "'
Abrcau was on the stand a long
time this morning' and Attorney
Thompson piled hint, with questions
thick nnd fast. Ho answered them
rapidly, proving JibuUK to bo some
thing of a mathematician In tnlculat-J
Ing speeds and catching time with
his stop-watch. j (
Dondcro's claim )ils, not, been that
he did not violate the'spced ordinance,
but was ngalust what was considered
the unfair ndvuntage taken by the ar
resting officer In catching the tlmo
Just when the speed-limit was reached
and white Dondero was trying to slow
County Clerk D. Kalauokalanl nnd
Assistant Fernandez were In court
with the records of the Board of Sup
ervisors. Kulauokalanl read the
county ordinance regulating automo
bile speed. Thompson . asked him'
numerous questions as to the action
of the Hoard In passing the ordinance.
The other witnesses called on the
stand this morning were Motorcycle
Officer Chilton and II. Afong.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record October 23, 1911.
From 10:30 a. m. to 4i30 p. m.
John Hema to Ho'a Inatna (w).... D
Maria Verdlnha nnU"hBb to Leo-'
nora Desantos ... I.....' D
Kenlohn I.lpano and hsb to Oeorge
V Davles Ex U
Kaelcku Sugar Co Ltd to Kealoha
Llpano Ex O
I"rnnk K Clark to Mary K Kalel-
Mnry K Kalelklnl and hsb to Sing
Chong & Co M
Yoshlmatsu Sakural to Wm T nob-
inson , Bur L
James W Pratt nnd wf to John.
nenwlck ,' D
Woodlnwn Dairy '& Stock Co by
attys to Notice .'..'. Notlco
I'lla Kahuuna to Lydla A Kalolo
et al D
Julian II Yates to Margaret K
Dertelmann .' CM
Entered for Record October 24, 1(11.
From 8t30 a. m. to 10i30 a. m.
H D Barnes to von Ilamm-Youns
Co Ltd CM
lister Pctrlo to Trs of Est of B
P nishop i M
Elizabeth O Angus, and, hsb to TrsM
of Est of n'p HlHlSop ,:....."...' M
Court of Land Registration.''
J n Atherton Est Ltd to Trs of
Mnnoa Cluh ..,,..!.,.., D
Manoa Club by tra ,..Decln Trust
Mnnoa Cluh by tra to J n Ather
ton Est Ltd M
Tho most convenient way to carry
funds when traveling Is In the cheques
issued bv Ihn Altmrlrnn rtnnWnrn' An.
soclatlnn and for Bale by tho Bank of
with the Ara -Notch In
places of the bothersome ,
Cluett, Ptthody It Co., Makers
ARROW CUFFS. 25c a Pakt
8econd week in the eueceetful en
gagement of one of tho moet charming
personalities on the musle hall stage.
Lucia Lottie Collins
The London Favorite
Refined, Fascinating, Irresistible In
Every 8ong 8he Singe
Positively tho Last Two Nights' f. the
, Great v ''A
A Ventriloquist of More Than Extraor
dinary Powere i
A Klrst-Clasa Entertainer
WONDERFUL MOTION PICTURES
WILL BE 8HOWN j
The Management announces the flret'
night of 8elig'e Picture Drama
Realistic beyond the power of de
scription. Bald to be the Sellg masterpiece.
EVERY ARTIST A IIEADLINER
BEGINNING MONDAY NIGHT
Dashing and Dainty
MAY EDITH TAYLOR
In a Whimsical Musical Talkalogua
Miss Taylor was lately leading Sou-'
brette with Sam llernurd In "The Man
EARLY A FITCH
A Charming Slittr Team in New '
Their voices have set the whole town
talklng'ln prnlso of their harmony.
NEW BONOS AND NEW COSTUMES
Second Week of '
MICHAEL BRAHAM ' .
' AND BRIGHTEYE8
The Mott Wonderful Team in Vaude-'
Mr. Urnham nnd his dog do things.
Tho Kenture l'llm will be a Dickens
"THE TALE OF TWO ciTIES"
This Is tho latest In Films and will
bo shown In three pnrts. A wonder
ful story graphically told In this picture.
Maunakea, One Block .From Hotel St.'
WHERE THE BEST SHOW IS
,BUT A 8HORT TIME LEFT TO SEE
At Presented by
Most Clever of Juggler J
Ernie Walker '
In Hie Hoop-Rolling Specialty
A fEW 8HOW THIS WEEK
SPECIAL ATTENTION TO LADIES,
WHITNEY & MARSH
A host of NOVELTIES have
arrived this week in almost
For Ladies and Children
, e j
In Tailored effects, Marquis
ettes and Lawns, High arid
New Redfern Models
LAYMEN'S FIRST .BUILDING ON
i . h y
Though tho opening exercises of The month of October 1911 will fltul
the Laymen's Missionary Movement In more new buildings and residences in
the new Y. M. C. A. building yestcr- process of construction than those for
day during the day, a resume of which the month previous, If the p-esent
was published In yesterday's Ilulle- tato Is maintained In the applications
1 1 n, were of n strenuous nature, the for building permits at the office of
TWO (JAMES . . TWO GAMES
SUNDAY, OCTOBER 29
1i30 3TAR8 vs. P. A. C.
3i30 J. A. C. vs. HAWAII8
Prices 35c, 25c 15v 10a
neserved Seats for center and wings
of grandstand can be booked at B. O,
Hall & Son's sporting department. En
trance, King street.
Tickets on salo at M. A. Oumt'e
Cigar Store from 1 p. m. Baturday to
11 a. m. Sunday, .
exercises of the evening wero nono
the less marked for thoroughness.
f The speaker of, the evening was
IilshoD W. M. Bell of United Drelhren
Church at Los Ailgees, his subject
being "The Passion df Christ" The
IJInhop Is an earnest and convincing
speaker and his theme was handled
In a broad manner showing Jils wide
experience and study, while Ills words
created an enthusiasm among those
who heard that will have Its effect up
on the movement.
The first speaker for, the evening
session was the Rev.t Kong Yin Tet,
who spoke of the serious need of
Christ In his home, country.
The evening session was quite en
tertaining, and those Interested were
sorry to see that there wero not more
women present. TheTe la a big time
on for tonight and It Is the distinct
wish of those who have the conclave
lu hand, to see a. goodljr attendance of
women at tin session,' ,
Program (or Today.
'The third session In the movement
will be called at half-past fourjthis
afternoon. Delegates will meet at
their own places of assembly, by com
munions, to consider what they have
done for missions In the past, and
determine on a program for the fu
ture, to be reported to the convention
at the session thut night.
The evening session will bo held In
the Y. M. C. A. hall at 8 o'clock, the
program to be that of a "Missionary
mass meeting' with A. P. Griffiths
Hymn, "All Hall the Power of Jesus
Pruyor, Rev, A. V. Soares.
Reports from various denomination
al meetings of the atternoon.
Hymn, "Blest Be the Tie that
Address, Major Av M. Davis, U, S.
Array, Chalrmun Central Cooperating
Committee. " . '
Doxology. . ,
Benediction, Rev. II. II. Parker.
PONOAULANI At llolnul, Hamakua,
Hawaii, October 17, 1911, to Mr. and
Mrs. Oliver K. Ponlaulanl, a sou.
KOOLANI At Paaullo. Hawaii, Oct.
1G, 1911, to Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Koolani, a boil,
Dr. C. Wlllard Hayes, chief geolo
gist of the United States Qeologlcal
Building and Plumbing Inspector J.
f.Ai the, cIobp 'of business on last
Saturday) permits totalling 65,170.M
bad been Issue'd during tho present
month. This amount called for new
work only, while applications havenl
leady been received and permits
granted for carrying on $8990.40 of re
pairs and alterations.
September figures for twenty-ono
days pf that month show that pormlU
for new .buildings amounted to $01,
907.00 netting the building and plumb
ing Inspectors office but $143.70 lit
fees against $152.70 collected for the
ame period In October,
Moderate Dwellings the Rule,
October building permits call for n
large number of what might be term
ed moderate priced dwellings. Ac
cording to plans anj specifications
passed ujion by Inspector Mlehlsteln
and his staff, .many small residence1)
are contemplated. These Include
houses which might cost anywhere
from eight hundred to eighteen hun
dred dollars. . '.
Threo largest amounts specified In
the list or applications for building
permllB for October Include the Oeorge
llodlek 'residence' for Nuuanu avenue
at a cost of $8,000, the Alexander
Young basement cnfeterla to cost (n
the neighborhood of $5,000 and also
the Manoa residence of Mrs. J. Mist,
estimated to cost $0,175.
Among the permits Issued within
the past few days are nbted tho fol
lowing: Stella D. Halsey, Llllha street:
Wong Wong, builder. Residence, $1,
150.00. John Knplono, Morris Lane; Wong
Wong, builder. Residence, $750.00.
U. S. Government, Merchont street;
postofflce. Iron awning $600.00,
John de Costa, Bmmelulh Line; K.
Hara, builder. Residence, $400.00.
C. Tnkano, Llllha' street near Vino
yard; K. Mlyata, builder. Residence,
Y. Takamura, Nuuanu street; Y.
Fukuya, builder. Store, $550.00.
B. H, Clark, upper Fort Btreet; K.
Tamura, bulldej. Residence, $3,350.00,
Y. Ahln. Iwllol ' road': Mlvamoto.
builder. Reslderice 11.000.00.
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paper Publishers' Association states
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