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K (J EVENING OULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SATUflDAY, APR. 13, 1912. .
I j" At BAILEY'S At BAILEY'S
I ftil "1B EVERYDAY ARTICLE" jRfM
- ! Uj I fMi We offer yu this Pair of Steel Bedsteads, a finer article money ' ?'f fmW0
1 JU cannot buy-plain, but neat- ' Ug
I At $8.00 net cash 9 At $15.00 net cash.
Honolulu Wire Bed Company
j KING AND ALAKEA STREETS
VDli U I (ML.
I I Si ll 1 1 It 1 1 !
I UUll llillLi
.Mules niiiii'ii liirtl Into tin iliw-
liulni hi liu- iimijiI ebb mill tlow tit
IM'iiii ami It-. i ii,iilllt tlial ror a fuit
iitult lu.ic prevailed In snpcrvisorul
lr tin' clt.v unit nullity r llnnnliilii
Is III need of mules fur tio inntlvc
I'trair ur iii r. fcutly-ncqulrt'd gar
bage wagons, they must go about se
eming tin- Nimr In u perfectly legal
way, insists Supervisor Charles Ar-
lilllfl. who. In tile enforced n1CIICC tit
hall'mati l.iiu i,r tile way met means
committee. t,,,: ociiistnn to tinlk at
the atti'tniit in rllmnd mi oidlnnnee
celling far one thousand dollars
thrilll-lll lll'.t IllRtlfH IIHM'tlllR of the
inmililpul rutin r-.
Knur mule- lira required tn draw the
garbage wagons. '.Murray and KriiKvr
took is-cashm to chiimplnn n reputation
culling far the iiptirnpriutlon of n
thousand dollars tit rover tlic iot of
rnotil llrnily retnlnileil his urgent
rollongucs that the expenditure of such
H 'Hum hiicssltutcO the calling for ten-ilcrtt-
iln ilcclnrutlon ns hacked lip liy
Mllvuitm, unil proved somewhat of a
bombshell In the eamp of those who
iippiiruitly minted mules ami without
any undue foini.ililj or delay.
Tilt new Rarliace wuitou,
numlicr, will roil the comity (lull,
litis Mum hits been ordered paid.
The KiuliiiKc ilipartmeni will take
cure of the dlsposltiun of riiblilsh from
the poitolllcc at the rate of t.'t a
.Murray took a decided stand aualnt
Ibe ileiisliiK mid IticreasliiR tendency
municipal otllelals In their demand
lor three moiitlis' vacations. Tlie mat
tcr mmc Ui with the application re
ceived from llullilliiR and I'lumliliiR In-
peetor MlehlKteln. who has asked tor
tills leiiHlh of respite from service
with the uiuulcliMlin While Mlelil
Htiln limy -jet tils ipuirter or a e,ir
liolidu). llu re Is a irosi,i-t of some
curtailment to the demand made h
tliH next applicant. It was claimed
that with the Inception of city and
ciiiintj Roveruiiieiit viicutlons or two
weeks were tliunkfullv received, which
holidays heve been RrowiiiR at n lusty
rate of liiereuse until Jlurray believes
the iiiaNlinuni lias been reached.
Gift for Gere.
il'lly. nml oiinty Ktiuluccr Hlles If.
(Sire was presented with 51." I the
live members .of the boaid last nklit.
This sum reiiresents his salary tor the
hitler part or April. thoiiKh Here's stic
I'rrtnr, 1.. -M. Whltehonse, has been
driiwIiiR down the leRid.itloii salary as
cily mid eouiitv eiiRlueer since April
1. The combined salaries of .Messrs
(ere. ami Whltehouse rur April will
In retirltiR from otllee. lhi;tlueert;ei'e
to few words thanked tlie board for
many .courtesies. He bespoke kindly
treulmenl for his successor. One of
Ills last acts was to turn In a report of
unto mllciiRc covered by the city ami
county machine, which showed 8X."
miles traveled in February and 10J,"
miles durliiR March
Cere olTercil seveial pertinent siiR
Rcstlnus, chief allium; them behiR tile
iucorpiirntlon or huildlnu ami pluinblni;
IIKpi-ctlon with Hi" euulneer's depart
ment, also Hint all road owl seers In
outside districts icport personally to
thy city etiRlncer Ills recomineuda
Huns follow much iiIoiir Ihe Hue of
siiRRcstlons otfered in the ruinous Field
Two Jobs for the Faithful.
Two Job will soon be avail. ihle rnr
the ralthrul politician. The I. nurd
passed an jippropriatlnn or $1.',') u
month to cover the salary of two men
to be detailed to (imillll't a trallle cen
sus. The posit Ions will continue for
Jx months The reeommeudallon that
such otllces be created comes from
Hoed Overseer Caldwell, wlin lliii"
hopes to deal lntclllKeitly as lo the
rare of certain spcclflcd streets.
Jarrott Win Out.
Hlierlh Jarrett carried lila,inlnt with
the ussl-itiincc of the city attorney's
department In that be has been mi-
. tborlzed tn retain Felice Olllcer rtn
herbacher In the service A report
from the police committee was adopt
ed -which iiuthorlrcs Jarrett tn con
tinue Hoherbacher n-i a special The
question bad' been raised us to his
Hiatus ns a citizen, which, however,
has been settled satisfactorily.
' Sheriff .Terrett renorted March lins-
lnes tn Ii" hide "fit nrre I- "II crui
.vlotlnin. 'J'tioH ai rested nnnibereil S4
, Portuguese and ss nf ntlicr natlouuli
Iiiik. limnhlcrs numbered 1V9. drunks
Til. assault anil battery 50, larceny 10,
nil ia I wirs 21). netting a total of
lines mill costs muoiintliig tn S:'i;s.:u.
Little Hope for Mak.o Island Roadi.
l-B-"- bTc reported Unit It would
ml II liinlclpallty fSlxo c place
Mukcc Inland roads In lielter repair, to
Include IIIIIiik In anil the rvinoMil of
Ttoo eiilile yards of earth mat tlieeree
tlmi of a brlilse The entlnuite ap
pareiilly xtiiKRered the lionrd, iih tlie
report wiim xent to tho iirililvcs of tlie
1'lie roail lomnilttre Iuim heen iiHKed
to take up repair work on Sixth 11 va
line, Knlimikl, and reported fimirlinr
.Indue Henry K fooper Iiiih written
tlie hoard eoiieri'iilliK the had eondl-
of the road lietMeen Mammilla and
ill the illreetlon of
I'llirl "111 He elalniK the tlinroncli- I
fare Is daimeroits and a menace to :
sale nperallon of an iiiilomidille
Macedonian Call From Kalihi.
KiiIIM residents nml tuxpaytrs and j
they aiipem- to lie III Boodly nuniliers i
have uppeated to the supervisor fort
assistnnce In niaintainliiK hotter roads I
III that district. Henry () Sullivan, parly.
secretary of the Kalihi Improvement "1 believe that we can trust the wo
C'luli i-ulls atteiitloii to one road In . men of Hawaii to Mite on eery ipies
Kaiiilatil tract, known as Kallhl-uka.! tlon, whether national or Territorial,
upon which work was commenced' Just as IntclllKcutly us the men will
rears auo and never completed.
ilm siiKk'csts the addition pf a
'nulls of rock on the road near
Intersection of Oulick avenue.
Tlie road committee has reported the
, tiling or speellleatioiis preliminary to
(calllm; for contracts for the Improve
ment of linner N'liuanii avenue.
Nuu (IrAAn, tn llua.n P.ltu U!n'l.,u.u.
A 5 4 ! r. Iirooni will lie purchased to
assist In the cleaiilnrr of city streets.
Tlie mail committee has lieeti allowed
this sum to cover the cost of a Haas
i'lreet sweeper It Is Chilian the ad-
(dltlonal linpleiiient will permit of the
machine Ih-Iiik used on outside ills
Overseer I'ahal spent 8"S.r.' 1
durliiR March In keephiR Koolaupoko
roads In repulr. accordliiK to his latest
report He stales that a larRc amount
of work was iliine durliiR that mouth.
The new road department stables for
windward tlahii lire now conipletcit.
Will IMinunils. win, Irom Ills Hani
lio)iuit letterheads halls from the F.m-
erald Isle, and modestly declares that
he Is a musician of no mean caliber. fmidless explained that It was the cus
wouhl usurp the exalted position held , , r t, DcnimTatlc party to cntcr-
ilmvn for these forty years by Hcrr 1
HcrRer as lender of the Hawaiian Iwnil. I eoiilil hardly all'ord lo attend the con
HIs iippllciitlou for the position of ventlon. The tickets were printed on
bandmaster was received with Inter- ,
est. but silence. The Impression has
evidently been Rained nbroad that Ka- I
pi'lbnelster IterRer Is lo retire
less noisome and private life.
Deputy Attorney Mllvertou has of
fered, tho opinion thut a person while
In the service of the unity. althotiRh
stationed liv Ihe city und county of
Honolulu, uciiulres u IcriiI residence
as would entitle him to bold olllce or
employment with the municipal riiv
eminent unless be luiiiRs hlmscir with
in the exception class relative to cases
where It Is not reasonably practical to
obtain citizens loinpetent for u partic
Deputv Mllvertou also submitted at
last nlKht's meeting n draft for the
proposed now oidlnance relating to the
sule of Iced llsh at local markets.
Through the Kalihi Improvement
l ilili. the attention of the board has
been called to the necessity of park
ing the old school lot at Kallhl-waena,
which Is now said to he the property
of the Territorial government.
A complaint received from John J.
MucRurvcy of Tenth and I'ulolo ave
nues, stilted that cattle lire permitted
to run at I arse, thereby doing diim
urc to premises of residents there. The
matter has hem bnamht to the atten
tion of the police committee.
F. J. Diitra asks for the extension
of III odd lane so that It will connect
Duekle lane with Kiikul stieet and af
ford a better outlet to new markets
Hoad Supervisor Adams at Kahtiku
has been ordered to ship one municipal
steam roller to Honolulu In time for
Its employment on Ntltiaiiu avenue w
later than April ili.
F K. Uleharilson was the lovcst bid
der for supplyhiR the city and county
with electrical equipment suttlclent to
maintain U00 additional tire lumps IIU
figures were IS9C7.45. Other tenders
received Included those from the Ha
waiian I'lcctrlc Company ut J!i070 and
Ihe von Hiimni-YouiiR Company at $!),.
2:!'.S.V The electric liuht cnmmltlcH
and Superintendent Frnzee will decide
on the merits or the bids and recoiu
nieuil the award of the contract.
II II III
1 1 n nils best lluilncis tie),
FOR VOTES FOR
"M l.iilin p.iloka lia nahine" Is l.lnk
.McI'iiiiiIU'hh' new tiattla cry. Which,
Inundated Into plain t'nlted States,
mentis " otes for women.'
StiltriiRe ma he a plank 'in the Dem
ocratic platform to In Joined at Moll
n,.y s cvi.ni iiliuli. ijie niiKKcNtluiic'iimu
to tlie liTrilorl.il ceiilial coiimiittee
last tiluhl to I
lorin of a red-hot
n tolutlon Irom Ihe loiirti-entli nreeln, I .
iclnli of ihe Fifth District. Tlie tilth
lesolnlcil on various matter.. Imt ttie '
eiiital siiiIniRe clause stuck out iuimI
.Mct'imdlcss Is for the plank, as are!
many oilier promlueiit men of
vote." s.ulil I. lull this morning. "It U
tlrst of all hi the home that evil con
ditions of a community arc discovered.
The women could use their Influcnco
for roiii! In tlie Territory, and I for
one urn favorable to rIvIiir them a
vote As to whether the lsuc will
be hi our platform. I can't say. That
Is strictly up 10 the cumcntlnii."
IjisI ulRht's meetliiR of the central
committee, Willi Mci'mulless In tlie
chair owitiR In the unavoidable tardi
ness of Mayor Fern, who was altend
Iiir he supervisors' ineetliiR. went oh
smoothly and ended In a love feast.
Fern, McOandless and Hyan tcllliiR
how huppy hint been the relations of
1. eomiultteemcn durlnu the Inst two
years. Fern said that harmony should
characterize future action and that "the
tlRht Is over and every man should
steer Hie Democratic party to it vic
tory." Thota Meal Tickets.
T. J. Hyan repnitcd that "follow Iiir
Instructions of the conunlttee" be hud
had tainted 1000 meal tickets Mc
1 it 1 rt mnnv of the outsltle ilelcRntes, who
order of the conunlttee, Imt neither the
committee nor the party Is footbiR the
,ii which will be defrayed by I.. I,
Mci'mulless Kvery ilclcRiite who take-i
Ills ine.il ticket Is the Rucst of Mr.
The eoininiinlcatlon of the four
teenth. referred to above, also con
tiilned a roast for the Hoard of Health
for euttltiR down the bananas, and re
solved that the Legislature create a
pcYla) fund to rclmbnrso property
owners who hail sdiTercd. Link was
boosted iih Deli'Rato to CotiRress, nud
Un the planks of the 1910 platrorni were
endorsed. The communication was re.
ferred to the convention without rec
ommenilatloii. The delegates will caucus at the III
rano Hotel lit ":)0 this evening.
T. J. Hyan Introduced two new
planks, which were udoptcd, as fol
lows: Should It ho found that tho organic
art of Hawaii In anv wav prevents tlio
j ontlctment bv tho Leelslntttro of laws
providing for establishing what Is
commonly known ns Initiative, liefer
enilum nnd Ik-cull, then nud In that
case, wo pledge our candidate for del
egate to Congress to endouyor to se
cure such amendment to tho organic
act ns will rcmovo such disability.
Tho platform of both dominant par-
tics lu Hawaii having ropeatodly
pledged tho enactment nf n direct pri
mary law, and both parties having rn
pcatcdly pledged Its candidates for
tho enactment of a law by which a
Ilccordcr of Heed's nfllco should be
established in each county, tho lie
piibllcnn. pnrty having horoloforo had
control of tho Legislature and having
neglected and refused to pass such
laws, thcroforo, If tho next Legislature
again falls wo pledge our cniulldalo
for delegate to Congress to sot forth
tho facts and ask Congress to pass
both such laws so repeatedly de
manded ami repeatedly refused,
ROBE IN NEW YORK
An. an 'OJiiimnlo of tho pu'il royally
of Hawaiian kings, u remarkable
feathered, wnr rotie. iiiivi' tlie property
of Kntnclmmeliii III., tind Kalit to ho
Ilia equal In value of diamond ornn
mollis In several of the Kiiropran re
palln. In displayed In the hall of South
Sen iKlanilH at the American MiiKenm
of N'alutnl llUtnrv, uavs an exeluuiKe.
This cmlilem of Hawaiian royalty waH
lirescnteil liv the kliiK "I tlie IhIiiiiiN
In I'oninioiloro Lnwreiieo Kearney, I'.
M. T . In 1 Kin It tn ii u-ntrmin with a
hlxtory nuil.'arcortlliiR to Dr. IlrlBliam,'
an aullmrltv on Hawaiian fratlierwnrk,1
n similar clonk, .t.omplrled In I lie iol;n
nf Mite, of tlio klnKs of the Islanils, was
In i'rnfc8ii .of falirlcatlon tlirotiRli elKlil
Tlio" Kninclianielia rnval capo In
niado of liiniimcnilile feathers of tlio
Jlw! nml Oo ulrilH, which were liuiitpil
, ( " , . . i
III Tito ravines and wooded slopes of
tho moundilnri of Hawaii for Hie decor-
i"' I"" "f tb"Ko robes of rank. The toy
nl enpe, .which Is clescetll-Blinp", eon
Hlslh entirely of small ted ami yellow
feathers, which are Interwoven upon n
fiber network made from the bark of,,,, nrkn'ir
the olona plant. Contrary to tho c""-i,.'anc' rn,
torn of tho Peruvians, who lrst mad-s, . .
Ihe fcathcrti fast to a cord anil then;
knotted tlie cord to a cloth, tho Ha-
wallaiia attached the feathers separ
ately tn the nettliiR.
Although a fortune In labor Is rep
resent ed, the feathered war robo only
wcIrIis six ijoiinils. It was presented
to tho miueuln bv UeorRO S. Howdoln,
and Is mounted flat between two plates
of Kliiss, as is another specimen, which
Is snld to have been used by a former
n tier ns a slclKh robe, In iRiiorunco of
Its great value.
Amonc tho noted collections con
tnltiliiR specimens of this craft ar?
tlinso nt Windsor Castle, which In
cludes examples Riven by Queen Vic
toria, and Lord llrassy's, whoso trnnli-
les Includes a ropo brotiRht to I'.iiRlaud
i ii ..V,.. i.i.n,!. LnV,
tho Hawaiian Islands a history of each
.... .,...,.. ft..,. ... !... nwnl.L.nu r.t
cloak niado has been Inscribed. The
capos are sometimes worn nt ceremo
nials In the Islanils lo denote the rani:
of tho wearer.
HILO FELT QUAKE
(Spiti.il llu I let In Coiresisiiidince.)
HILO. Apr. ll.-Thu earth shlvcicd
perceptibly at exactly I o'clock es
terday afternoon. i
Hundreds of people noticed the
quiver of the crust of nature. i
Those seated In their homes and of
llces noticed the phenomenon inoru es
pecially, the folks on tlio streets not
paying any particular attention to the
It Is understood that there are prob
ably slight tremors of the earth's
coating every day on this Island where-
on stands tin, great crater- of Klhiuca.
and an Innocent earthquake without
unpleasant results Is a thing so com
mon that but few people notice It. but
yesterday afternoon's shiver was par
The motion was from west to east,
mid endured for about seventeen sec
onds, with un Interval of II vo seconds
and then another shiike enduring for
about twenty seconds. After thiitthcie
was mi Interval of probably a half
minute, with n following of tin on
slighter tremors of about ten seconds
each, with brief Intervals of two or
lu this connection It may be stated
that Kllaneu Is very active, not more
active tlum lu the last three or four
weeks. Imt actlvo In ii way somewhat
dlrfcrent from tho recent uctlvity The
liquid In vn seeiiis to bn changing Its
manner of eruptive expression and
seeking new avenues of escape. The
scientists' prophecy of an Imminent
eruption of Mokuaweoweo appeal's
about to be fulfilled,
Manna Loa Back with Sugar,
Tlio Inter-Island sleatner Milium Mm
from llonolpii was an arrival at port
this morning with 10,0.10 sneks sugar,
20 crates seod-cano, 1 horse, and 13
packages sundries. Tho vessel met
with fair weather on both Inward and
I'lirser Phillips of tho alcamor Man
Hit Ken reports tho barkonllnn ICmie.li
having snllnd early Fridav "morning
from llllii Willi deitlliialloii tin I'iP'ol
Sound. Tho. .vessel can led ballast
WUKIV dLAltltlNd I
Work on the l'rarl llarlmr ilryilnclc
!'" Hlackened off conaliloralily dtirliiK
tlio lant few ilaya. This la due to the
fact that concrctc-potirliii; by tlio Tic
nicy iimlcr-water met hod. on tlio bot
tom of tlio tilR Htrtictiire, 1ms been
stopped tn clvo the sample blooks laltl
two weeks aco a tborntiRli lest. In the!
meantime "Drvtlock Smith Is on liN
! In Cnn l,,iiiiinlufm In rrttnf tcllti
t. Ill Ollll I IllllVICtll III tUIIIII nil II
,,, ,....., ,,, ,,., i,...,,.,-.
The Navy engineers anil the con-
tractors have niado nearly 200 tests In
pet a concrete that would set properly
under water which could bo made
from local material. Sharp silica sand
here, and lliicly-Rrnuiul vol-
rock has been used In place of
:sand. In San Francisco the contract-
ors nro now makltiR tests to sec whe
ther there aro any chemical proper
tics In this rock that makes. It unsuit
able fur the cumposltlnn of ertnerete.
About 100 men liavo been laid off
tlio ilrydock Job, and only about 2,i re
main nt work. TIicbc aro tlio divers,
carpenters, litters and mechanics. Tho
divers are cnRttRcd In sawim; oh pile
heads under water and In ilynauilllii';
This last Is a brand-now sport which
the cxisonclos of ilrydock construction
discovered. It was found that tho to
redo bored lnt the four-foot IctiRlh of
I'IHiir sticking up from tho ilrydock
bottom even before tho concrete coulii
he poured. In a few weeks after driv
ing, the piles wcio riddled. So the
'"thciito was tried of planting a small
r .,,' -, , ,.,,
section of a dynamite stick at ten-foot
Intervals and shooting tho charge. Tho
1 shock was suflkient to kill nil the to-
i redos. It might be sportier to play tho
l torctlos with rod and reel, and then
For this ideal climate what could be more sirtable for
furnishing a living-room, bedroom, or lanai than
Hand Wrought Willow
It is light, cool, and comfortable and comes in most art
istic designs. We arc showing an unusually large and com
plete line, comprising arm chairs and rockers, bedroom
chars, tables, stools, jardinercs, fern baskets, dog baskets,
golf baskets, bassinets, hampers, etc., in natural willow.
At a very nominal charge we can stain any shade to suit
your particular requirements, or make cushions of cretonne,
taffeta, etc., to harmonize with summer draperies.
See our Window Display.
Wholosalo-HOME, CANDY CO, 1100 Alakea. Phono 3765
Retail PAWAA JUNCTION STORE. Phono 1117
CHOCOLATE CREAMS -They
DUTTER SCOTCH -The best
FUDGE Chocolate, Cocoanut
MOLASSES TAFFY Lika you
PEANUT DRITTLE It tastes
All Candies sold nt Pavvaa Junction Storo aro guaranteed to
bo pure and wholesome, as they are all mado by the
HOME CANDY CO.
bring them to galT with tho aid of a
microscope, but It's unlikely that tho i
dynamite method will bo abandoned. I
ONE DISTILLERY OPENS
AND ANOTHER CLOSES
HIM). Apr. 11. -ltcprcsenlliiR the I!.
S. Internal Ilcvcnue Olllce, llci Irani V.
Ilcllbrou arrived hi llllo yesterday
morning for the purpose of opening
the Serrao Liquor Company's ilbtll
lery Luther l.vuns esterd.iy closed
the Komi distillery. Mr Hellbron ex
pects lo return to Honolulu In tun. Dr
um's Minimi Ken.
Hill let In Wan; Ads will tlnd IL
melt In your mouth
made on the (arm
SUPREME COURT CASES
Several mutters aro on the slate
for the Supremo Court. Tho taxing
the costs in the casn of Annie Ijarvlu
'"vans against tho Ilishop Trust com
pany Is tint Ilrst thing to come up for
Argument in the enso of Mary Jos
ephine llitttlo llaunlstci' vs. Mary N.
Lucas, being exceptions from the First
Circuit Court, lias been set for hear
ing next Monday.
On Wednesday the hearing on the
Kalvvikl homestead cases will conio
up. The olllclnl title of the case Is
Alfred llanle Henderson against
Charles S. J mid.
HONOLULU, T. H.
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