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IVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, TUESDAY, NOV.
It Pays to Be
'Isttpi these days, but you
JWeffiil'1 must have dressy k
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Ml 'Ht "A TREAT TOW THE rEET' IB
. Manufacturers' Shoe " 4r
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lli:V. l'KTMl QlftiALY, n -Catholic
priest, wns hn arrival from tlio coast
In tlio Wllhclmlna tills morning.
OOVKIlNOIl KRKAR this mornliiR
rcturticil tho cnll of Captain S. 8. Rob
inson of (ho U. S. cruiser Cincinnati.
J. 0. SKIUIAO, tho Illlo inorclmtit,
returned from n business trip to tlio
coast In tho Wllholmlna thlu morn
ing. SlIHIlIrT .lAIUtUT went to Koolnu
IIiIh mornliiR (o bo present at tho trial
of tho Chinese, who assaulted their
ADOM'II ROWLAND Is a largo op
erator In southern California oil
Ileitis who arrhed as n passenger In
tho Wllliclmlnii this morning.
MRS. C. V. DICKCV niul two clill
ilrcn hnc returned from n visit to
thoinnlnland. Slip was n panscngcr
In tho Wllliclmlnii this morning.
It 12V. J. W. WADMAN wan num
bered mnoiiK tlio returning passcugcro
from tho coast In tho Malson Naviga
tion Htcnmcr Wllheliulna this morn
ing. 1. T. CLKOIIORN, returning with n
lirlde, was nmong tho iasscngcrH ar
riving from Kan Francisco In the Mat
uun Navigation steamer Wllhclmliia
A. S. I112ALY, representing 12ustoin
foreign niul domestic manufacturers,
wns mi arrlvul this morning ns n pas
Bcngur In the Matson Navigation
HON. K. IIICKI, JapnnoKO Minister
to Chile, was an-Interested visitor Tif
' Honolulu tod ly. Ho Is a through pas
senger In tlio Tcnyo Mam, nnd pro
ceeding to Yokohama.
MARMION MAQOON, Katon Mn
goon and tho Misses K. nnd K. Ma
goon, wore among tho passongers to
nrrhe from tho roast In tho stenmor
Wllliclmlnii this morning.
C. S. (1IVI2NS, it well known Sun
rrnnclsro enpltallst. Is numbered
umoug tlio passengers In tho Tenyo
Muni, en route to tlio Far Hast and
on a lound-tho-world tour.
TIIKO. RICHARDS nnd Mrs. niti
nrds, nru buck from a Islt to tho
nalnlnud. Theywero nninug tho pas
sengers In tho Wllielinluu, arriving
from tlio coast this morning.
K. M1DS5UNO, accompanied by Ills
ters. , Ho returned In tho Wllhclmlna
LOUIS 1ILOCK of New York is rep
resenting custom llrms nnd is un nr
rivnl In tho Wllhclmlna from tho
toast this morning. Ho will ranko a
tour of tho Islands befoic returning to
MISS S. PARIS, a sister of Dr. Paul
Paris, connected with tho l'rosbytcr
laii missions nt Ichlfu, North China,
Is proceeding to Shanghai, there to
continue the Journey to her field of
future ondcnor In tho missionary
I). WILLIAM DOUTIIITT, rcprc
Kiitng the Honolulu Opera House, Is
back from n business trip to tho main
land, whero ho arranged for the np
pcaranco of Harry Corson Clark, the
comedian, nnd a company of n dozen
AKAIKO AKANA, who rolurncd re
cently from tho Hnrlfoid Theological
bcmlnary, preached n strong sermon
in tho Kamcliameha Chattel yesterday
morning. Ho wus graduated fioin the
Kamcliameha school beforo proceeding
io tlio States
ALt-'llBD WINDSOR, formerly prcs
Idcnt of tho Iloston Tow Hoat Com
pany, which once operated tho Amer
ican steamers Shnwmut arid Tremont
lu tho trans-Pnclflc trado with Seattlo
lis n terminal port, Is a through pas
senger In the Tcnyo Maru, on a round-the-world
MltH. H. qtlACKHNIIUgll Is .the wlfo
tr u irfinflncnf tea merclmnt of Ncw
York who Is at present located In the
Orient on a buying mission. Mrs.
Qunckcnbusli is a passenger In tlio
Tenyo Mnru and will join hor bus
bund nt Shanghai.
DR. N. J. HLACKWOOD add Mrs.
Illnckwood will proceed in the Jap
nneso liner Tcnyp Mnru as far as
Hongkong, thero to continue tho Jour
ney to tho Philippines, where' Dr.
Rlackwood will enter tho Utltcd
States naval service. '"
JUDOH SANKOHD II. DOLL', of tho
United states Court, nnd Mrs. Dole,
lifter n sojourn of six months on tho
mainland, Uultctl Kingdom and tho
continent, were grcotcd at tho wharf
by n Inrge concourse of friends with
tho arrival of the Mntson Nulgntlon
back to Honolulu by last Tuesday's
Claiidlnc. Mnul News.
COUNTY ATTORNBY 8. K. KABO
of Kauai Is In town, having nrrived
lii tho Klnnti Inst Sunday. Hq will re
turn'lo his homo at Llhun next week.
PUPKRVISOR P.HEN P. LOW pll-
red his steam launch oii to mi.et the
Milton liner Wllbel r.irn, wlin she
nrrhed on port. Ho went out to
greet Judgo 8- " Dole nnd wife.
Bit Kit IKK JAHRKTT, who wns for
tnorly connected with tho Intcr-Islnnd
Strain Navigation Compnny, was
plaong those who boarded the new
slciiner Kllauca, which docked at the
MR. AKA1K0 AKAVA, who recenl
ly returned from the Hartford Tho
loglial Seminary, left this iuoinln,
for Illlo, In the Manna Kca. It Is
(.ported that he will be appointed ns-
distant chaplain of the Kamehnmclia
lU'.V. WM. II. OLKSON, scoreUiry
of tho Hawaiian I!tar'd of Missions,
pHllct' In tho'Mauna'Kca'thls tnoVnlni;
for HUb,' Hawaii. He Was accompa
nied' by Mrs. Olcsan. Mr. Olccon will
ii.mi ..b uik vvivu.uttw.. ui ..w "T(1j
ff"Ai-M",.,'nli,T':Birr7 H! ifI ii,P"u
Iloirdlng .School. , '
PHl'SJIDKNT AND (II'NBRAL MAN
A'lJKIl J. A. KI'NNBDY of the Intcr
Ifelnnd Steam Navigation Company, Is
bnck from a huplness trip to San
Krnnclsco and tho Union Iron Works,
whoro he superintended tho finishing
touches to tho handsome ncw Konn
nhd Knu liner Kllauca. Ho arrived
this morning ns an olflcor In tho Kl
lauea. Mr. Kennedy was present nt
tlio sc-cral trials given tho latest nd
dltlon to tho Intcr-Islnnd flict nnd Is
loud In Ills pralso of tho seaworthi
ness of tho cssel.
JOHN W. WADMAN, superintend
ent of all Methodist mission work In
tho Islands, Is a returning passenger
on the stoamcr Wllholmlnn, which Is
duo Id arrive In port early tomorrow
morning. Mr. Wadmmi tins spent tho
past BOcrnl months traveling Invnil
pus parts of tho continent In tho In
terests of missions. Ho will uo icn
dcrcd a reception nt tho Korean com-
lund tomorrow evening, nnd on weu
nesday evening will conduct the
Thanksgiving prajcr scrvlto at tho
Methodist Episcopal church.
i 28, 1911.
"Tt.'i JH" . ''"TTT
; n M .' mvn ! .if.:
' jji1 ' ' ' jsix months ne
Live or I
And Six Months Hence
THE average man buys two
suits per year, but the
average clothier doesn't know
how the suit, he sells will look
wlfn nnd daughter, Is tho Japancuo Btcnmor Wllhelmliia this morning.
consular representative nt Now York. ,,a ., ,, , ....
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The parly Is roturnnB to Japan ns,Mlmii , ,h ,mfcB0IIBCr ,
l,aDRnGEOrOl' 8 BAKKRof tho ' f? "" tS
DR. OEORUL S. UAKJl Of tlio j0 jnpan wlier0 s , , ,
United States Marino Hospital Ser- nbnd.lnt material for sub ects o?
vice, with headquarters nt Manila, Is her brtlgli MrK ,, ( B wc known
preceding to tho Kor Last nnd to nmI prominently Identincd witli art
service as n passenger In tho Tenyo circles In tho Klour City.
Maru. DR. . I8IIIKUR0 nnd Count V. Ya-
II. P. LINNBLL of tho Atlantic, (lulf nlgusnwn, member of tho .lapnncso
and i'ul'iiil-, Yviui i'iunn ul - limine, or reors, vvho hnvo been rep-
nil.i, Is piocceding to tho Kar Kast as resenting that country In Krrincc, nro
through passenger In tho Tenjo humborcd nmong a largo delegation
Maru. Ho Is accompanied by hla j,f prominent Japanese officials who
uiuiKiiier. inro tnrougli passengers In the T. K. K.
Judgo William J Robinson yesterday'
afternoon hunded In bis resignation ns
Judgo (if'tliu Court of Land Registra
tion This vvim followed this morning
by tho resignation of M T. Blmonton,
the Judge's clerk.
Thli. Is' tho first step that lias In en
taken Inwards tho cbnngo that Is to bo
mnd In tbo 'Circuit Court from tlio
ftrH"of the tromlng jenr, vvhen tbore In
to bo ii gcncrul change all round. At
tho present tlmo nnd for tho last four
J ears Judgo Robinson has been tho
hardest worked man In the Circuit
Court, as he has had plenty of cases
coming In ull tho time.
IIo Is ver eulogistic about tho work
Unit has been done In tho land regis
tration -court, and stated this morning
that all the titles established by this
court ero Jut.t ns clear and valid as It
was posslblo to make them "flood tl
tics nro un imnet to any community,'
ho continued, "and I think that by thn
Imo tho court of registration gets
through, Honolulu will be nblo to boast
tho best titles of nny where"
After the (tret of tho J ear the changes
will bo ns follows: Judgo RoblnHon
takes tho criminal cases, Judgo Cooper
the equity and civil Jury, and Judgo
Whitney tho probate. Jury-wnlved,
Court of 1-and Rcglsratlon and the Juvenile.
W. II. MclNKRNY Is back from n
successful buying trip to the main
land, during which tlmo ho visited
a number of prominent Kastcrn con-
YOUNG HOTEL BLDQ.
Tcnyo Murn en routo to the Orient.
CMAIILKS LYNCH, of tho engineer
ing slnir of tho Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Company, wio hns been
nbscnt on tho coast for boiiio wocks,
returned this morning In tho ncw lin
er Kllauou. Charlie officiated as chief
engineer of this crack liner and Is
highly pleased nt the superior fittings
provided tho now steumor.
MRS. S. S. ROBINSON, wife of tho
Commander of the U. S. 8. Clnclnnnti,
Is proceeding nuoss tho Pacific and
to tho Orient ns n passenger in tho
Japanese liner Tcnyo Maru. Mrs.
Robinson had hut a few hours In
which to greet her husband prior to
tho depnrturo of the American cruiser
for China station this morning.
'COU WAU,ACK P.'TAYLOfl, of the
Philippine Constabulary, who Is a vet
eran in the pacification of the south
ern Islands, Is a through passenger in
tho Jupuueso liner Tenyo Maru en
routo to station nftor having spont
sevoral months lenvo of absence In tho
Sintos. Colonel Taylor boars marks
of more than one spirited engagement
with hostile, nnd wild tribes.'
' W. K. DRAKB, formerly Collector
of Intornnl Rovonuo at Honolulu, was
B guest nt tho Maul Holol this week,
Mr. Drnko now represents Arlhur
t.ockninn, of San rrnnclscn, doalor In
California wines and brandies. A wire
less, informing him of the Illness nf DEFORE
his child, called Mr, Drnko hurriedly
Tlio millions of Cnscnret users never
hate. Headache, Constipation, Illl-
lousnrss or Sick Stomach.
It Is mnro necessary that you keep
vour' Dowels, Liver and Stomach
ileun, puro nnd fresh than It Is to
keep tho sowers and drulnago of a
largo city frco from (instruction.
Are you keeping clean insldo with
Cascarets or merely forcing a pas
sageway every few days with Baits,
cathartic pills or castor oil? This Is
Cnscaicts Immediately clcanso and
rcgulnto tho Btnmach, rcniovo Uio
sour, undigested and fermenting' food
and foul guscs; tako tho excess bllo
from tho liver nnd carry out of tho
sjstem tho decomposed wnsto matter
and poison In tho Intestines and
No odds how badly and upset you
feel, n Cascnret tonight will straight
on you out by morning. They work
whllo oii sloop. A 10-ccnt box from
your druggist will keep your cntlro
family feeling, good for months. Don't
forget .tho children tholr little In
sides need a good, gontlo cloauslng,
SEE THE HOLIDAY G00D3 AT
BUYING YOUR CHRIST
We hsvt just rcivd mag
nificent ttrt of Turkey. Fine,
young end fat. Juit right for the
We will 'ell them live or
on your special order, Turkeyi,
Pigs, Chicken and Ducks. We
prepare the stuffing and deliver
the roasted meat to you Jutt in
time for dinner.
the' suit' looks is one thing and
how it will last is another.
How can you be sure? Iou
want wearing, lasting good
ness insist on "BENJAMIN
CLOTHES." We are showing
them in a large range of pat
terns and styles.
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Save trouble and buy our nice,
hot, freth Mince Pies. Jutt at
good at your maybe better.
We alto have pies of all klndt.
Ounther't celebrated Chicago
Chocolate and our own make of
Special package for the Holl
Made to order from Pure
Cream. Any Flavor,
We are completely equipped to
furnith Cake, French Pattrlft
Tor the Holiday, Partle and
HOTEL 8TREET Near Union
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'As"a mark of 'distinction1 to Judge
mid Mrs. 8 11. Dole, who returned tlilai
innriitiig on the Wllhclmlna nftrr 'in
eight mouths' trip nhroad, tho Tcrrltn
rial band went out In thn government
launch and accompanied tho tblp to the.
Wliari. Alter lliu &llli u llfent'il iii'J
Jinllio nnd his wlfo were accorded an
enthusiastic reception by a largo as
semblagu of friends. Including most of
the city and Terrllorl.il olllclnlt Oth
ers wero nt Ihe )iu to receive them,
Tho rooms were literally banked with
Honors, and on every hand were heard
expressions of plcusiiro at tho return of
tho travelers During their trip Judge
and Mrs Dolo were entertained cxlcn
Klvcly by high foreign officials. Their
Itinerary Included many famous place!
In tho Old World. Un route to the Is
lands they spent homo tlmo in vurloui
parts of tho Kast.
iooo just m:ci:ivnn most hkattlh. corn ruo and
I 'AT. At CONDITION. i
PARKER RANCH TURKEYS
11IO KJlt.LOWH, WCMi I'lIIJ.
AUSTRALIAN BUTTER, I"iNi:ST QUALITY, 40 CENTS A
Metropolitan Meat Market
HEILDRON & LOUI8
GOVERNOR CONFERS ON
LAND AND WATER RIGHTS
Conferences occupied most, of tho
Governor's time this morning and ro
Hiltcd In tho bringing of tho leaning
ot mora land to tho Mnkco Sugar cam
liHiiy almost Io a flnlxh and nlun fur
ther ndvanccH being mado In innncc
lion with Iho proposed electric titrcct
car Bystcm for Illlo.
An engineer Id to bo ncnt down to
tho Kapan lands to look ovor tho vail
ous irrigatlou schemes that have bcun
proposed and lu ropoit as to which Is
I lie best. Otherwise tho details as to
tho lenno aro all ready and a fair
draft of it Iiub now to bo made. After
this is ilono and Iho engineer's lopott
lias beep received then tho lauds will
he. put up to public, auction.
In tho matter of tno street cur tor-
vico for Illlo and tho llcenso for the
company to iibo tho water of tho river
for generating ponor tho Oovernor
stated that ho and Conness had guno
over tho miil.tor hut hud not conic
down to anything dual as yet,
Tho ninlii dlscussou had been as
In whether tho government would ho
wiser to put up un ludorndcnt plant
or to giant a llcenso to Jiio compnny
on tho theory that It was for tho pub
MORE DIPHTHERIA ON
THE GARDEN ISLAND
I'lvo moro eases of diphtheria huvo
broken out on Kauai according to u
wireless received by Sonator Kalr-
rhlld this morning.
They aro at Kealla and tho doctor
(hero lius sent n messago to tho board
of health asking that a bacteriologist
shall ho sent down Io mako un Inves
tigation of tho matter,
IV.ekly Blllfetll II nerTMtl
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