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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H, MONDAY, APR. 29, 1912.
Geary Street, above Union Square
European Plan $1.60 a day up
American rian $3.00 a day up
New steel 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
ferring to all parts of city. Electric
omnibus meets all trains and
steamers. Hotel Stewart recognized
as Hawaiian IsUnd Headquarters.
Cable Address "Trawets"AUC code.
J.H. Love.Honoiulu representative.
A hotel centrally located,
un easy walk to business
dm) places of umusement,
lint with the tropical sur
roundings of n suburban
Emma St, above Vineyard ,
THIS WEEK FOR THE SUGAR
Trains to the Door
ME FOR A 8WIM AT THE
8ays tha Wit Bather '
Walteikl Beach Retort
FURNISHED COTTAGES. .$1.50 Dy
FURNISHED ROOMS. ,76c, $12 Month
PETER GIBB, Proprltor
Now Opon Phone 2836
OKOLEHAO HAWAIIAN LIQUOR
AMERICAN and SCOTCH WHISKIES
RED, WHITE and SPARKLING
LARQE and 8MALL BOTTLES
Special Attention Paid to Family
ROSA & CO.,
Corner Queen and Alakea Street!
TRY THE NEW HONOLULU BREW
A HOME BEER
rOIt SALE AT ALL I1ARS
You'll Hud tliej'rc all good (el.
I (hts hero.
"It's the Fashion"
Hotel nr. Fort. I). H. Dails, Prop.
To arrive about June 1 from Seattle.
Work, Hack and Saddle Hortet for
52 NORTH KUKUI STREET
518 S. King to.
For absolute comfort and
dreamless, healthful sleep
STEARNS & FOSTER
Jlfnili ly thi tconnVril Wtb
J'roctti Ahnt jircxlucit tht
most perfect mattrtti ktown.
Don't confuse it with other cotton
fejt mattresses; the only thing they
have in common is the wort! cotton
J. HOPP & CO.
Woven Hire Mattresses
King and Alakea Street Honolulu
OAHU FURNITURE CO.
King Street, opposite Young Hotel
P. O. nox 840 Phone 3092
L. CHONG & CO.,
Mattreti Upholifering and Furniture
22 BERETANIA NEAR NUUANU
Wing Chong Co.
KING ST KKAB BETHEL
Dealers In Furniture, Mattresses,
etc, etc. All kinds of KOA and MIS
SION FUIIMTUIIK made In order.
has the best Home-Made Bread.
German Pretsels and Codec Cake. Be
sure and ring up 2124.
1129 Fort Street
Hotel Street. Near Fort
May's Old Kona Coffee.
BEST IN THE MARKET
HENRY MAY & CO,
AT YOUR GROCERS'
N. B. Laming, Distributor
NO PRESERVATIVES IN
THE BEST MILK FOR
Your Grocer Sells It
MILK and CREAM
Kalmuki Dairy F. H. Kllby, Prop.
We deliver fresh Milk and Cream
twice dally to all pnrta of the city.
Phone 3736 P. O. Box 220
VERY LATEST STYLE8 IN THI
BEST QUALITY OF 8HOES
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
1051 FORT 8TREET
. REGAL SHOES
are muilo on the latest London, Paris
ami New York Custom Lusts.
REGAL SHOE STORE
King and Bethel 8treets
Pantheon Block Hotel 8trett
BANZAI SHOE 8TOUK
. SHOES .
Deretanla Street, Near Nnuana
HONOLULU, II. T.
Give your grocer an
order today for- a pack
age of -
Better than butter
You Can Afford
Because It It cheaper even than
and more eanltary than kerotene,
Red Snapper Smoked Mullet
just in moil Tin: colonics oiidkr quickly
TIinY WIM, NOT LAST 1.0NO. TIinVRi: DKLICACIHS.
HEILBRON A LOUIS. Proorietora
9oh Suno.i jxau "-jg 3uh nlU0S!8l 'J8l auu'l.l
ojbo mjM dn opjs iBu si it
Union-Pacific Transfer Co.
oil) Aq poipuBLj
s; ojnjiujnj jnoA uoqw inq iB)BdBj s; pe s;qj.
Bargains in Veranda Rockers
DOUI1LK 11ATTAX HEATS AND HACKS
Priced Ironi $1.60 to $4.40
COYNE FURNITURE CO., V"un; Bid.
The T. M.
CALLS FOR AND
It Is cleaner, safer
Electric Co., Ltd.
S. Parcel Delivery
Agents Alexander Young HotsJ Laundry
k&WLiMM'4Wu,t-.A AaA!iiAtik A..'.,'-je M.&bLtii!tka4ilxtk .Air'iifeAs - wr'-ri . -
(Prom the .Mnnl Ni-ws)
WAILt'Kl'. Apr !7 Three men of
the fjcodetle Surccy service hnve been
over In the I In tin district the past
The Knliulul Young Men's Club I'
giving another of Hit fitniouH dunces
Saturday evening. Mny 4
The rump 1 baseball tenin defeated
ii t ''ii in friiin Pimnene nnd Knliulul
Inst Sunday by n fiore nf 5 tn 1
Supervising Irliif Itml Raymond of
the Ijiliilliin district went over to l.n
luii thin week to tnke n look nt the
Applications for liquor licenses must
he In tli hands of tlie secretary of the
liquor commission vimt later tluill
O J Whitehead left Inst night for
.Honolulu He sail for the Count on
tho Slerrit; to nttend the Foresters"
lonvintlou at l'reno, Col.
, The Mexican mine In tn Knliulul
yesterday. She In rushing her cargo
to make room for the llonolulnn.
which In expected tomorrow.
Mrs. Judge Kingsbury, who bus lieen
ronllneil to the house fur some time. Is
Improving nnd will noon he about
among her friends UKnln
A. T. AndirKiin. engineer nf the tug
hoat l.enllc llaldwln, In lenvlni; Knliu
lul for Honolulu Mny 11 and H sellliiK
hln furniture nt rlvate nale
One of the Jupanexe nuto drivers
went to sleep In hln car cm the wav
to I.nlinlnn Thurwlny, Thp car started
to climb n klnwc tree, nn.l the result
wns n bent axle
The Wnlluku Indlen hnve taken tho
wlhiB fevcr. nnd by the for,,, .-
ready Hhown, we idiouhl soon hno
(ome Indy bowlers who will make the
men hustle to bent them.
Sir Kennedy, nmnniccr of the Iilin-
llio store, left with hl fnmllv lout
evenlnR for n loK trip throusl, Amer-.J.T
loaaml Hurope. Jnck OonnoVta Sm-
poijirlly l chnrse of the store.
HiiKli Howell lins been oxer to Hnnn
11. 1.. ..-.- .... . I
un m-PK luoKinir nriPr hip cnnlrnrt
. . .. ,, t 1 UIill, .Mill III- wii i(IIUIlUlllliniM n
work In that district He Is now nt .Department. WushlnKton. D C. April
a '"' t'.1" K.m' "Urvey "ork for 22. 112. HHAl.P.D I'HOPOSAI.H. In
ti em, ' nUP rnncl,cr elupllcnte. will be received by the Post
J ne I lllplno rnmp nt iVnlrhu. which Quartermaster. Marine Uarrncks, Ho
nas been cumnintlned for some time nolulu. T. II.. until eleen a. m. Mny
Iiecnuse of smnllpox. has been pro- 25i jgij, nn,i then be publicly opened,
nnunccd clean by the sanitary Inspec- . for furnlshlnc fuel durlntr the llscnl
.... ...... tut. iiuarnmine tnKcn n(T yenr i)eKlnnlnK July 1. 1912, at Hono-
lulu, T II Proposal blanks and other
WAifiiStt tt,i1 Corrj'siwnilenee.l Informiitlon con be obtained upon np
l,uAn V Ma,,".A,Xl 2SiTC- " I'lhntlon to the Post Quartermaster.
!m.J "r itT,0' V' I'lrst Natlonul ut the station named. This olllce rc
Ilnnk of Wnlluku. oft ast Mmulnv .i. . -i. . n
., . ,, , . . . '
ovenlng for Honolulu on his way to his
ota homo In I llnojs to be present nt
tho elKlity-iilnth reunion celebrntlon of
the blrthdav anniversary of his moth-
or. no win uo oacK the llrst week In ternluster. In Chnrne of Department
J,lnc- I 5218 Apr 22, 29
Captain O J, Whitehead also left 1
yesterday for I.nlinlnn en route to Ho- KOItAflH, Murlno Corps, Quartermas
I nolulu. He is a delegate of tho Maul ,cr' Department, WnshliiKton. D. C,
Order of ToresterH lo tho convention 'M""" ' lftl2 BHAI.KU PHOI'OH
, to he held In Krosno this year. AI.H, In dupllcnte. will be received by
I Messrs. J. P. Cooko ami 11. A. Haiti. 'he Post Quartermaster, Marine Hnr
, win were at the Circuit Court, Wallu- rnck"' Honolulu, until eleven n m,
kit. this morning, when their final ac M"- s5 ,912- incl ,1,en l' P''llcly
1 counts as oxecutorH under the will of "I101"-''. furnMiInu forago during
the late Hon. II. P. Haldwln wero fin- t'"' ,,"c"1 yonr belnlll"K July 1, 1912.
ally approved by Circuit Judgo S. IJ. nt II"""'"''!. T II Proposal blanks
Kingsbury. Mr. Cooko also paid tho "n'1 0",cr nf"-mntl0" ran he obtained
. Wnlluku tnit office a business visit. ,,"" "I'l'Hrotlon tn the Post Qnarter-
Itov.Ym. S. Short of tho Protestant m"Bter nt U,e .?tnll.,n. ,na",c0- ,Thl"
iKplscopnl Church of tho Good She".. "1c,,11r'H1ctrvi'H ,l, "J1",1. reject nny
; herd. Walliiku. addressed tho member or ''j'1" 0l,l"1r,,,; ,,Tre0n,i ,""? '
nf Mm ni,ri.i i-.i.r. "'"'"y""""" waive iifoniiallt es therein. Hlds from
l?LtI'eL..r.1Lr.S"tt". I:"1.f.avor. Soccly. n regular dealers only will be considered,
the haahumanu native church last
Thursday evening on "Homo Mis.
Blon8." his remarks being Interpreted
iiiiu imwuiun oy iuiutior unns. Wll
cox. Thero was n lnrgo audience pres-1
ent and tho romnrks of tlie speaker,
el'ori, nW0? "' .nfl"l
character, wero highly praised hy
those present, especially the church
tnemberB, who were gratified to havo
tho opportunity of hearing Mr. Short forage und straw required nt posts in
In their church. Rev. It. II. Dodge will Western Di Islon during llscnl year
ho tho next speaker, on or about May commencing July 1, 1912. Information"
9th. Col. Kroiich of the Salvation Ar- furnished on application hero or to
my will address the C. lj. members of ,,OHt Quartermasters, and Quartermas
the Kaahiimnuii Church tomorrow , . ,,, ... , ., ,
evening nt 0:30 oV-lock. and at 7:30 terH at SrattU"- Wn"" : ,'ir,luni1' re"
o'clock the Colonol will address a ","1 """"'"lu II. T.. und bids may be
large gathering at the Walliiku Union received by Post Quartermasters nnd
Church, when Mr. Fled. Uutlcr will Quartermaster, Honolulu, II. T., until
sing- 11 u. m, Taclllo time, Muy 1. 1912. V.
Tho new concrcto Roman Catholle
church at Mnkawao known as St. Jo -
seph will ho opened and dedicated to -
morrow morning hy lllshop Libert anil
several of the clergy, Father Justin
has Issued several hundred imitations
,. H.....A .la.l.lnn ... I. . .. . . .. '
iu uiuBu ticniiiui; iu uo prcHCIll Ul Clio
Sheriff Clement Crowell reports hav
Ing found the larvae supposed to be,
thoso of the fruit fly nest at nil of Ibo1
Walkapu residences, covering an area
of about two miles square. None in
Walliiku yet. Tho fruit fly committee.
of tho Maul Chamber of Commerce
wlll do nil iu their power to reduce the
evil from the fruit fly if possible, ami
will use tho $1000 appropriated for that
The Maul County Committee 'of tho
Republican party met In Walliiku yes-
tcrday. The matter of campaign man -
ager was submitted to tho various pre
ducts for recommendation,
"WOMAN'S WORK IS NEVER
It is the faithful, woman In tho
home, who does the cooking, sweep
ing, dusting, washing and Ironing, am
bitious to keep her home as neat as
a pin, und often having two or three
children who require cure and uttou.
tlon, who calls for our sympathy.
Oierwork Is tho result. Outraged na
ture asserts itself In time and fenuilo
Such women should remember that
I.ydlti i: Plnkhum'a Vegetable Com
pound is the exnet medicine they need
when their strength is overtaxed and
female weakness und derangements
iniike life n burden. For nearly forty
enrs It has been the standard rem
edy for such troubles.
Kd Tuwso suggests that the entire
111 Kt week uf Juno bo set aside for Ho
nolulu's Becond "cleiiu-up. The llrst
cleiiu-iii held lust year, continued for
emu day Towse Is u member of the
Impioieitiont committee ImUiig tho
mutter In charge.
no word to exprcsa
the efficacy of
in the treatment
all Dnuaaiara .,.
LAUNDRY HmtVIt'i:. Murine Corpx.
cjuartcrinaxter'K Department, Wnnh
liiKton, D. ". April I'.'. 1912 HHAI.
i:i) ritoroSAI.H, In duplicate, will bo
received by the Pott CJuartirniuster.
Murlnn llarracKs, Honolulu, until
t-l"en n in. May 2S, 1913, for fur-
uMiliiK Iniiiulry nervlce nt Honolulu,
T ," ; ,,"r.'" I!10 I1",n,y',"rj heglnnlriB
iJl,1 ' ,9,s I ropotal blanks andoth-
rr """'"'"" '" ," "
'"11?. '" . i ' '."'l. Q"rU:"n.?:;
tir, Murine ILirrncks, nt the station
n.timd This olllce reserses tho rlsht
to reject nnv or nil bids or parts there-
of. and to wale Informalities therein,
Itlc's from reuular dealers onlv will be
a. n' " XU.' AW,l,'v'
,,f Prt.n. . t
contldrred ('. I,. MiCAWI.HV, l.t
' ' " -
rurx .!. ..-..- r..fc -.-
" I n eii- eiHtiv i" ir;rvi ,uj wi ,.,
Mds or parts thereof, nnd to wahe
Informalities therein. Ulds from rcctu
.,r dealers only will be considered. C
I.. McCAWI.KV, l.t. Col., Asst. Qunr-
C L, McCAWI.KV. l.t. Col,. Asst.
Quartermaster, In Charge of Depart-
6218 Apr 22, 29
OKI'ICH C. Q M, Chronicle Illdg. K.in
lYunclsco, C.I., April 1. 1912. Sealed
, . . , , . .,
!,r"Pow 111 h r-UeU here until-
n " ,n 1,n' ' 1912, for furnishing
v u.i.r.,., r n i
I r,2oo-Ap'r 1. 2, 3. , 29. 30
( T- " ;
. . ...,.- ... ...
(ADMINISTRATRIX'S NOTICE TO
The undersigned duly nppolnteel nd-
nilnlstrntrlx of the Hstnte of John K.
K"ea'. deceased Intestnte. hereby
elsc" noilce ,0 "" "editors hmlng
c,n'm ngnlnit tho estate of said de-
'" present sume to her nt the
0II,L'' of tlle Lierk nt tUo Klr' Circuit
r'mirL within six months from ehito. or
,'hey will be forever barred All per-
,on" lng snld estate are requested
" mahe Immediate settlement of the
Administratrix, Hstnte of John K.
Honolulu, T ll AprlJ 15, 1912
5212 Apr 15. 22, 29; May 6. 13
The Highest Quality of Work
777 KING 8TREET PHONE 1491
J. ABADIE, Prop.
"TOOAV'8 NEWS TODAY"
C'Kl.llt NOW Se
M. A. GUNST & CO. Agents
Senled tender will be ncehed ut
the olllie of the c'ltj and County Clerk
up to ll! n clock noon, Ma 7, 1912,
for the lmiinei(iit uf thut portion
of the wet side of Nuuami Avemiu
from u point .180 feet mukul of Jnclc
Lime to I'ulnn Ijinc, lonslKtlnK of
the construction of u concrete curb
nod cutler nnd the grading und inn
(udnmlsliiK of the loudnuy, suit, work
to be completed by Jul) .11, 1912.
TERMS OF PROPOSAL.
1 he bidder Will state In his prnpn
' A speclllc sum for vhl Ii ho will
! furnish nil labor, tools, and material,
except such machinery and material an
will be furnished by the City and
(oirt of Honolulu necessary to con
strue t the curb und kuUt; und Krddo
jnnd macadamise the roadway uccortl-
lui' to the plans und speclomtloii')
I Alternate prupoinl will he received
I for furnls'ilii Vnrr nlte or other sim
ilar veiirlnx surface' on n four lend
one-half (41") Inch roe'k base In pine
of oil nuiciidum
Hitch bidder must submit with his
propoaitl n certified check for the sum
of live per cent. (G) of the nmoiint
bid, pontile to the City olid County
Clerk, city nnd County of Honolulu
All pmposals shall be on blanks fur
nished bv the City nnd County Clerk.
rians, speclflcii lions and forms nf
proposal may be had upon application
nt the olllce of the City nnd County
A ilepcnlt of the (') dollars will
be required on such set of plans nnd
The Hoard of Huperlsors reserve
the rhchtH to reject any or all bids nml
to wulve nil defects
D KAI.AtTOKAI.ANI Jit..
Cltv and County Clerk.
f.2!l Apr 2C, 20. 27. 29. 30
Sealed Tenders will be received by
the Superintendent of Public Works
up until 12 noon of Monday, May C.
1912. for furnishing nil labor nnd ma
terial und constructing one-story frnme
cottages for the Olrls' Industrial
Helical, Miillllll. City nnd County of
Honolulu, T. H
Plans, specifications and blank forms
for proposal ore, on tile In the olllce
of the Kuperlntendent of Public Works,
The rtupe, Intendent of Public Works
reserves the right to reject nny ten
der, any part of u tender, or nil ten
eleir MAHKTON CAMPIIHI.L.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, April 19, 1912.
Sealed tenders will be received by
the Hoard of Harbor Commissioners
until 2 p m of Wednesday, May ,
1912, ,for sub-structuie repair work
nnd pavement on Queen street bulk
head wbnrf, Honolulu.
Plans, speclilcntlons nml blank
forms of pioposul uro on tile In the
olllce of the Superintendent of Publlu
Works, Cupltol Ilulldlng, Honolulu.
Tho Hoard of Harbor Commission
ers reserves the right to reject nny or
nil tenders; nnd to award the contriitt
as u whole or In part,
Chairman, Hoard of Harbor Commis
sioners. Honolulu, April 20, 1912.
NOTICE OF 8PECIAL STOCKHOLD.
Oshu Railway i. Land Company.
A special meeting of tho stockhold
ers of tha On 1 1 1, Itullwuy nnd Uind
Company Is called ut tho request of
stockholders owning more than one
fifth of the cnpltal stock of the coin
puny, and will bo held lit the olllce of
the company. eOl stnngenwuld build
ing, Iu Honolulu, Hawaii, on Tuesday,
April 30, 1912, tit 3 o'clock p. in. ror
the purpose of considering u propoil
Hon to Increuse the capital stock nf
the lompany. The stock books will be
closed to transfers from April 25 e
A. W. VAN VAI.KKNllintCl,
Honolulu, April 24, 1912.
5221 Apr 25, 20. 27, 29
During my absence from the Ter
ritory, Mr. Charles P Oahorne SUII
curry on my undertaking business as
The embalming branch will be In
charge of two experienced nsslstants
whose Khlpplug yuscs have ulas
gven perfect satisfaction, as score of
letters on file testify
II 11 WILLIAMS.
Honolulu, April 24, 1912,
WAS AWARDED HIQHECT HONORS
M the recent California 8tte Pair
held at Sacramento!
A OOLD AWARD
A BLUE RIBBON AWARD and
Unto you hooks joti rfiiut hound,
ruling done, or hooks mnde, send thorn
i,. ,... ii i .. 1 1 .. i..t. ...,,
hid, pC ' b """
I Cook -CAP
' With UA J l