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SVBNINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H FRIDAY, DEC. 1, 1911.
STEPS MADf.TO CLEAR TANGLE
OVER PUNCHBOWL LAND RIGHTS
AltnoBt Immediate nteps arc to bo
taken In connection Willi the nettling
of (ho preference 'rlghta tor the I'micli
bowl -lands. Starling ' tonight and
under Iho direction of Joshua Tucker
of Iho InndK department tho witnesses
.ro to ho examined.
Thcro Is n fresh htinch to bo
Lroimlit before tlio lnillntloii court two
or three nights a week when the
wholo of tho evidence wllfbe fully
The una hundred mid twenty-six
Jliillotln newsboys certainly had
tho tlnio of their lives at tho I'cnin
Rurli Thanksgiving Day the Even
ing U u 1 1 o t i n takes Us baud of boy
news merchants for an outing, and
Oils year the Peninsula, at I'carl Ilai'
bor, was tho rlioscu Bpot. They had
.1 special train all to themselves, bolli
Kolng and coming.
tly nltio o'clock yesterday morning
Iho boys were successfully packed
away (cs, tha''H tho word, "parked,'"
for they would Insist on sitting three
In a sent) In the special cars together
Willi tho best Thanksgiving dinner the
Palm Cafo could put up, and away
llioy went, each boy tooting u horn
to tho capacity of his lungs. As soon
as the Peninsula wns reached theio
wero football siunds formed and bnsc
Lnll nines counted off and Ihey vteic
lalrly stnrlril on tho best day of tho
Whllo Ihe hoys were getting up ap
petites with wiry edges Mningor
Illggs, In charge of tho dinner, wlili
tho most able assistance of Ah Cho,
ono of tho popular wallers of the Palm
Cnfo, arranged tho long tables lu tlio
pavilion, ami when all was In readi
ness, the band of future ineichnntH
was scaled. Let iih draw the curtain
for Ihe next half hour, Everybody
knows what happened.
Tho afternoon wu:i spent along (ho
Bame lines as the loicnooii, and as tho
(shadows of Iho liccn commenced to
lengthen the trip home was made.
The day was Ideal. Not a momont
wns lost. Not-a hurt of any sort was
Editor Karrlngton went down with
tho boyu to sco to It that all wns as
it .should be, hut returned to town
early In the day, leaving tho boys In
charge of four of tho D u 1 1 o 1 1 n
ON BOARD CRUISERS
Tho Thanksgiving menu on board
tho cruisers yesterday was as follow a;
Sardines en Canape
Colory Olives Mixed Pickles
Ilaracuda n In Posantes
Sugar Ciucd Ham' Smoked, Tongue
Primo Klhii of Ucef all Jus
Hoast Turkey, Oyster Dressing
Cranberry Sauco Ululct Qrnvy
Stewed Corn Jersey Sweets
Letluco Salmi, French Dressing
Cream Checso . Pumpernickel
Metropolitan I en Cream Knncy Cnko
Nnvcl Orangcu, Apples, llananas
Mixed Nu I a nnd Halslns Candles
Cigars Cafo Nolr
J. S. needier. Paymaster, If, 8. Navy
, Nn doubt them uro cheerful givers
tit did you ever sco onoT
Ilclug willing helps some, but it s
Celling busy that counts.
YOUNQ HOTEL DLDQ.
Bono Into and some sort of a deci
sion nrrhed nt ns to who really has
the right to tho hlockH.
This plan was worked out before
Tucker went to the fjoant but wan
held 'up until Urn final plana were
drawn on tho estate. After Tucker
Iim finished his work at nights Ik
will niako a report to Iinil Cnmmls
slonor Judd who will In return report
on to the Governor for the final decision.
I'nnilianlr.lng tho Imporlnnco of the
spiritual mid wllietlc in the moulding! fever got In hero It would not mat
of character and touching but briefly tor. If the stcgoinyla cnlnpus inos-
upon temporal blcsplngs which nro sa'qultoes were cut down fifty per cent
often tho tlicine of Thanksgiving sor
inons, tho Itov. It. Kline r Smith at tho
Central Union church, and Illshop
ttcstarlck nt St. Andrew's cathedral,
preached strong sermons to union
ratheilngs In these churches yester
day. Although different lines of de-
velopmrnt lent character and Indlvi-'nnd
duality to thoBormons, tho general
tlienio wns much tho same. In both
churches srcclal music was rendered
nnd an elnborato plan or lecoratton
carried out, tho HnrvcBt Homo motif
"Tho "Threo Ideals of Antiquity,"
was the speciflo subject chosen by the
Hov. Smith. Ho spolio or Iho three
most initortnnt things of life; tho cul
ture! derived from tlio Orocks, tho re
ligion from Iho Hebrews nnd the con
quering ability of tho Unmans. To
IJickc ho mndo present day applica
tions, Urging hill nudlcnco to lay
gieoter stress upon these things.
Othcrn who took pint in this ser-
vlco wero the Ilcv. J. P. ICrdnian, who1
dolUcrcd tho' invocation, tho Itov. .1. :
I.. Hopwnod, who conducted Iho res-
ponslvo rending, the ltov. David Cnrcy
Peters, who offered the Tlniiksgtvliis
prayer and Iho llov. II. W. Chamber
lain, who dcllvcici! the benediction.
Itov. pr. Scuddcr presided us ouster
of roiemnnles and (lovcrnor Krcnr
lead tho Thnnkagivlug pioclamiition.
Tho music Included Iho offortory,
"Hark, Hark, Sly Soul," by Miss Col
litis and tlio male quartet mid an an
them by 'tho double qu.irtct.
SI. Andrew'o service took place at
10 o'clock, with a largo nitdlcnco pro
rc.n,t to, bear tho lllsliup deliver tho
Thanksgiving 3crmoh. Other clergy
sooted In tho chancel woio llov. Can
on Ault and 1'otwlne anil Ihc.ricv. Wll-
ilam, IvroJI, Merrill, Kong And Kalian.
"Hnppy-vVrt Thou O Israel," was the
text from which fho Illshop preached.
Tho music was under Iho direction
of Itcglnsild Carter, "organist ami choir
master and Included n boautlfiib nn
llicm, "Praise llio Ijord, O My Soul,'
by tho largo choir.
That tho Hoard of Health regulation
passed nt tho time of tho cholera out
break prohibiting any swimming In i
ii. 1.....1 '
nu Milium- was ri'UKoiiiiuio ami prop
er Is Iho decision arrived at by Jiidgn
Henry B. Cooper. Tho enso ngaliist
J. Mghlfoot, Jr., was up for healing
Vodiiesdiiynftornoou anil after hear
ing tho evidence, n sentence of 1
without costs was passed.
Mghlfoot Is talking of an appeal to
I lin Killsrnlitaa Pdii ft In nnlim In nl.tnlii I
1 final ruling on Iho question. Ho "A snnu iih Ihe now eimlnes mid
went In swlnuiilnent tho Hc.ilnnl boat boiler Mro inntnllra wo will then pro
house, defying tho board's published jeeed lo Manila."
regulation against anyone swimming - -
In tho ocean between Kiilihi nnd Wat-
klkl. Tho matter was fought out on
technical grounds, tho evidence being
P n Wnkl UAMM
nr-TiinVicI rnnn -rnin
RETURNS FROM TRIP
C C. von Hnmni loturnod on tHo'" ume or mo application
Sierra thin morning fiont a fouri 5MJ.i!. ..'-'ftfn
months (rip through tho States and
jbroad pultlng in conslderablo tlmo
In Germany. Ho was fortunate In be
ing In Herlln when Urn groat automo
bile exposition was on and put In
many hours studying tho foreign mo
dels. On Jits way homo ho visited all
tho nuto factories Hint his local com
Ilo brings many Ideas picked up on
Iho other r.ldo of tho Atlantic and
some of them will ho Introduced hoio.
Knur now Ondllliirs arrived for Iho
von Hamm-Youiig Company on tho Si
erra. MANY MEN JOINING
AT NEW Y. M. C. A.
At a special meeting of the direc
tors culled' for tho purpose on Wed
nesday afternoon last, sixty-two new
members wero voted Into tho V. SI.
The new members nro coming along
fast now, and rccords'nre being smash-
id evuy diy I'lrty-lbiee of Hie mem
bers enrolli d Wednesday wein seniors
nnd the remaining nine juniors.
FOR CLEAN CITY
That Honolulu can bo put Into n
horotighly sanitary condition an.l
ns n conscipieiicc would swell In po
pulation In tho opinion of Dr. Itupcrt
llluc an expressed nt the big sanita
tion meeting held In tlio tlovcrnorV
'office Wednesday afternoon, n sum
mary of which was published in tho
Ilulletlii. A concrclo draining sys
tem nnd tho abolition of wot farming,
ho states, are tho wnys out of tho
Tho meeting wns nttended by ropc
tentative of the nrmy and navy, tho
main property owners Interested nn:l
slso the government omclnls connect
ed with the s-inltatlou movement.
Dr. Ulna staled that at tho best
quarantine can only give a minimum
of protection and that the real safety
lies in nutltug tlio city In such a con-
Million that If any plague or yellow
Ihcic would bo no danger of this be
coming an epidemic jiolnt for yellow
fever mid he stated that lie believed
prompt measured would make this bo.
George II. Carter, chairman of the
Sanitary commission, dealt with tho
wholo situation lu n forelhto manner
gave facts and figures to back
u p his stntcments. Of tho H.nno
teres over which Honolulu Is spread,
ho said thirty-six rcr cent of It Is
swamp land. Tho iorccntnge amounts'
to nbout ono ncro per capita to tlio I
)K)Milatloii. He outlined a scheme)
whereby each owner should bo asked
to stato In his tax returns what pur
pose Jib Intends putting his property
to nnd where tho answer Is wot ngrl
culturo thai no houso should bo al
lowed In bo built on it. Ha hcllovcd
thai his plan would reduce the danger
or epidemics Iwonty per ceni.
Representatives of tho various big
estates also Spoke during tho meet
ing and expressed their readiness to
cooperate In tho filling In of lauds and
tlio abolition of wet agrlculluic.
At Iho conclusion tho Oovcrnor
slated that although thcro were many
sides to Iho question the- ono grc.il
object was the sanitary Improvement
of tho city nnd promotion "of Its
growth nnd lioinly. "To mako com
niuulty spirit wa.s ono of the objects
of this conference," ho said "and wc
hope that this spirit, which has grown
npldly during tho last six months,
will grow on and that all will work
together for tho community's good,
making Individual Interests 'subservi
ent to those of Iho general public."
Writing to tho
Hongkong, J. W A.
II ii I let In from
Ilpdhousc, n mem
licr of the noted party that left hero
on tho Uttlo gusollno schooner Ecllpso,
"Just ii lino, to let you soo tlio
schooner Ecllpso arrived hero O. K.
with rverybody well oi bouril after n
smart pnss.igo of forty-lhrec days to
tho China const or forty-blx days to
Hongkong. Wo wero two nnd a half
days becalmed outside or wo would
buvo dropped anchor In forly-tbrco
days. I consider the schooner not only
proved to bo u good sailer, but u good
sea boat, no thanks to Iho waterfront
critics who prophesied she would nev
er reach here, and sho would not an
swer her helm, etc.
"I lell you, from what I lienrj I
began to think I bnil a little, yellow
streak. ut ono lime, but after that ex
pedition to Palmyra Island, Capt. Mil
ler .tolil ipo she would never reach
here, so I went along out of curiosity
, wW,t was wrong with tho boat
'. - -
The Socledado I.iisltnua Heucflclculo
I do Hawaii' has llled mi answer In tho
.circuit court to Ihe complaint of Cnro-
llno Plnhclro. It denies thp right ot
une complainant tg make any demand
I on tho society owing to tho fact that
Hn" n""WC1' " much tlmo to elapse
between tho death of nor husband, for
whoso death dues she Is applying, and
relief for cotiffhtt,
Vhr oat, branchial
all punK rituiT n-Avons
HONOLULU DRUQ CO.
1024 Fort 6tre.t
NEW DRUG STORE
Stocked with Naw Druae and
BODA WATKU FOUNTAIN
HAWAII DRUQ CO.
42- Hotel Street, at end of Bethel
BULLETIN ADS. PAY-
The records of the men on board
the five cruisers, now In pjrl, who
have had their shore llbcity nro most
satisfactory, according to tho office! s
of the fleet patrol, who have head
quarters in police station.
In tlio absence of Lieutenant flees,
chief patrolman of tho licet, Midship
man Wilder s.ild this morning that
the sailors who camo ashore In Hono
lulu since the arrival of tho fleot, be
haved themselves In n most satisfac
tory manner. '
Sheriff Jarrctt has nothing but
words of praise for the conduct of tho
men from the fleet Ho snlil today
that whllo (here wero about two thou
sand men from tho cruisers up lown
within tho past few days, tho police
hnvo not made any nriests at all.
Tho Honolulu Consolidated Oil Com
pany has sold tho product of Its big
gasscrs in the Iluctin Vista hills to tho
California Natural lias Company,
which supplies gas lo llakersflelil mid
tho west side towns ami oil Holds.
This contract that was closed somo
weeks ngo by Captain Maison Is ono
of tho most Important that has been
made by tho Honolulu Consolidated
interests, nnd means that n very largo
share if not all of tho natural gas
supply of tho company will bo dis
posed of nt n very good figure. This
Is entirely Independent of tho work
that has. been going on to obtain gas
oline from gas. Tho gas Is delivered
at the company's wells nnd will bo
piped by tho California Natural Gus
Company nn far as t,os Angeles.
HAVE TO GO
Although Dr. Marshall does not In
tend lo Inlio nny rndleal steps white
Dr McCoy Is uwit on Hawaii, bo In
timated this morning lh.it In nit prob
ability Ihero would be something doing
after .McCoy getvunck again. This Is
following on tlio'Vicrsnnal discovery f
mosquito larvae In lilies by Dr. Mar
shall. "I do not Intend In do anything more
than Just see that everything" goes nil
right." ho said this morning, "until Dr.
McCoy comes back again from Ha
waii, Then the matter of whether
lilies must come up will bo placed be
fore the coinmllleu nnd the wholo mat
ter gone thoroughly Into. One thing
J oi may rest assured of, however, nnd
that Is whatever steps are taken, noth
ing will bo done without tho greatest
rarefrind cnrfsldorutlou being given lo
LOCAL AND GENERAL
H suing enjoyed 'tho tnrkoy you
bought from u.s tho MctrnHilitnn Most
Morket will bo pleased to supply you
with tho best meats over sold in Ho
nolulu. JudgQ William U Whltnoy was this
morning appointed Judgo of tlio court
of laud rcglst ration. Tlio appointment
wn made by llio cliler Justice, A. tl
.Spiritual exercises will bo bold ut
llio cathedral every evrnlnirnt 7 o'clock
from Sunday, December 3. till Hunilay,
December 10, Inclusive, except on (Sat
urday, the Olll.
After being away on Ihe mainland
for almost four months, Mr. John
Vlvlschavcs returned this morning In
2ood health fioni St. Helena sanlto
riuin, wbero ho went for his health.
Mrs. Irono II I folio way lids filed n
motion In tho Circuit Court asking
that tho allowance of Francis Hyde
II Drown ho Increased from $200 to
1300 a month from tho John II estntc.
Tho residents of tho Settlement nro
looking forward to the usiial hounllrul
Christmas that Is always.mado pos
sible by tho generous1 donations of
money nnd prosenls from tho outside.
Tlio Inmates and managers of I.enbl
Homo deslru to thank Mrs. Ceo. It.
Carter, also Mrs. !'. M. Swiinzy, anil
all Urn other klndt friends who helped
to provide Iho Thanksgiving dinner,
which wns enjoyed nnd appreciated by
The Manna I.oa for Kona ami Kan
ports of cull was, u departure front tliu
port shortly after tho noon hour to-
'hlV. TIltH VnilSnl Wll trtvn.. n t.irir..
goncrul fielght Including supplies for
winuwnru Hawaii plantations. Ths
-.eBscl oairlod tlio later mainland mall
that arrived this morning In Iho Si
erra. A fair list of cabin and 'deck
pasBongeis departed for tho yig Isl
and. l''oowlng tho Manna Urn will
ho Hip sailing of tho Clnudlno for Hat
wall via Maul polls, tho W. (I. Hall1
for KuunI poitu of cull and tho Ho
leno for Kohnlalclo. I'nnullo, I.aupa
hochoe, iho latter vessel carrylnr
SEE THE HOLIDAY GOODS AT
BEFORE BUYINQ YOUR CHRIST
'"For Sale" carila at Bulletin...
" Benjamin Clothes"
And Six Months Hence
TpHE average man buys two
suits per year, but the
average clothier doesn't know
how the suit he sells will look
six months hence. Very often
if he did he wouldn't tell. How
the suit looks is one thing and
how it will last is another.
How can you be sure? Iftyou
want wearing, lasting good
ness, insist on "BENJAMIN
CLOTHES." We are showing
them in a large range of pat
terns and styles.
A QUIET, REFINED HOUSE OF
American Plan Itoom with Oath and
Board from tt.OO a Day
Europtan Plan Itoom with Bath from
12.00 a Day
Special Monthly RaUs
A high-class Family and Tourist Hotel.
Half block from Columbia' Theater,
and on tho 'edge of tho Itctall Shop
ping District. Everyroom with Pri
vate Bath. Positively Fireproof.
W. E. ZandarManagtr
lteservntlons mndo through
RAVEN A JACOBSON
174 King 8tret Honolulu
Geary Street, above Union Square
European Plan fcl.GO a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
New iteel and brick structure.
Every comfort and convenience.
A high class hotel at very moderate
rates. In the center of theatre and
retail district. On car lines trans
ferrin!; lo all parts of city. Electric
omnibus meets all trains and
steamers. Hotel Stewart recognized
as Hawaiian Island Headquarters.
Cable Address "Trawets"ABC code.
J.H.Love, Honolulu representative. '
The COLONIAL appeali
to porioni who know ho
tels. In respect to appoint
ments, cuisine and service
this place Is unequaled.
The terms are considerate
Emma, Above Vineyard
1'lnre rour band on (be pulse' ol
Honolulu's business vnrlii 'liyiuliig
a constant render ot tlio Waal Ad
Sectlou of Iho llulletlu.
HOTEL ST. FRANCIS
' SAN FRANCISCO
AUTO BUS AND UNIFORMED REPRESENTATIVES MEET ALL
THE CCNTER OF ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CITY THAT EN- '
EUROPEAN PLAN, FROM $2.00 UP
UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF JAMES WOODS
AHD YOU WAHT A flOOD
SPEND THANKSaiVINQ DAY AT
OFFIJUS VAItini) ATTRACTIONS
TO TUB STRANOUU AH Wl'.l.U AH
TO THE nt:SII)i:NT TRAINS TO
Rooms and Board
W. C. Bcrgln, Prop.
yaW:a4,ti i!JtS:.-ji v ft
JOB, IEI MI TOM UABI
AXX IEEN EVDB7WHZRE
GET THANKSGIVING TREAT
Tho ntmunl swimming party nt V'nl
Kllil to which tlio kindergarten dill
dicu of tho Kakaako district look for
Ward tho cntlro vonr. took nlnca
Tnesdny. This ovent Is In tho nnturo
or a inanKsgiving treat to tlio chjl- .
dron. Miss Fuller and her rnrps of
Lsslstnnts took tho youngsters to t!:w '
bench. It Is a mattor of irooril tlifi
tomo of tho small Ilnwslbna could
not niiraln thomsehes n iho slHht
of tho uiitvr ami idmiKcd In with nil
their rimlmj on. Thi-so IncUlciils pr
sciiirii , 1110 ronipllcntlons. for ' tho
lom-i'cr. but on Iho wholo tho outing
v. an cnctrssfiii nnd Iho youngsters
ir b"py . ;'
li.tir-lriit.iKt rtiul O II, ft iJshlpi.lnn ,
i.uoks rnr sale at tlio Ku I lot la.
olUcu, bi'n ivlCU.
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