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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, May 02, 1912, 3:30 EDITION, Page 9, Image 9',
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P RI V ATE g ARTIE S
will find every provision for their,
convenience and comfort.
Invites your presence on the. open
ing night-SATURDAY, MAY 4th
EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H.( THURSDAY, MAY 2, 1912.
A special table d'hote dinner will
be served. $2 per plate. Tables
may be reserved now.
system is the most modern. The
place is as cool as your lanai.
Special star performers have been
engaged for the Opening Night.
The New Rathskeller
'IV ' V
Formal Opening;: 6 p. m, Saturday, May , 4 th.
NEW QOODO MUST BE 80LD TO MAKE ROOM FOR
OTHER NEW GOODO
Price truthfully toll the profit-cutting eloryi
20,000 Yards of EMBROIDERY aro being told from 5o up
14 Yard, of FANCY DRESS GINOHAM $1.00
STRIPED MADRA8 Worth 30c, now 15e a yard
All SHOE8 pricod per pair from 25e to $2.50
MEN'8 SHIRTS, with and without Collars 25e up
Hundreds of article! at prices half the usual.
KWONG SING LO Y CO.
Three Doors Ewa from Bethel
Upper Side of Kino
STEEL MEN TO BUILD
BIGGEST DRYDIM AT S, !'.
NRW YORK, N. V. April 22. It i
transpltod loilav thai tlm object of tin-,
visit In Sun Pram-lsco of Charles M.'
Rohwnb, president (if I ho llothlohoin
Steel Company, is In Htiirl work on Ih"1
construction of a drydock nt Hunters
Point, Ban PrmiciHii), which will he
the lurcest In the world 'I ho Union
Iron Works, now u liraneh of the
Bethlehem concern, already hits two
drydocks at Hunters Point The lar
Rcr of thoio docks Is more tlihn SOU
feet lone, and has heretofore been stif
llclent to mecl all demands. ,
The building of thin new and Kieal-
cr dock will he Sch wili'.i conlilbutlon
to the work of cpitlni: San Vtan Ismi
leady for Hi" biiMnc- ili.it will fl '
low tho openluc of Hi" Panama Canal
Tho new dndnek. 'Ii (ousirueilou
of which tk'hwah has .IpcIiIpiI iirnn. la,
to ho lar.O fppt Ions or 2.'. fpd looser
Mian nnv now in existence. It will hoi
httllt In the WUnllv or tho other dry.;
docks, wlfero i-ondliinns for dopk eon
btructloti nro said to hp Ideal, na the
rock Id solid iiium;h fur Btulillllv anil t
soft piiourIi to lie pvmatid at niodct '
ate cost. There l deep water rlKhti
up I" the dock entrain' . mill dredKlir;
will not he neccssim 1
TraUniony lo the effect that (hey
personally know IMwaid Mitchell, de
fendant In'IVitPinf Court who la chars
eil with iildltiK in bihiikrIIiik RI" fro'n
hxisi.pI. and Hint li Ik reputation fin
Acrarlty was cnoil. w-as Riven yeitcr
d.l hv ShlppiliK Co'ntiu, -loner tl N.
Altnv and I'hnrloi Mmire, wllnessea
tailed hy the defense.
Wage Increases ratiRliiB from 5 tn 8
per eent. went In'n efficl at Iho War
ner cotlon mill and the Texllloso mill
of the Amcrlcnn Toxtlloao Company at
Tlio Calumet and Hccln MluiiiR
Company Iiub atinoiiiiced an Increase
of 10 JK.T cent. In wases for Its ora
ployco and those of ton subsidiary
All lo friendly asaln between Turkey
nnd Greece nnd tho Connuls of the
two nations will return to their former
Parlg was in total darkness for ten
minutes when the sun was ecllpbed by
the moon. Many went up In balloons
lo obtain a better view of tlio eclipse.
SHARP ANSWER POLITILS STIRi
The Oriental Crepe Goods Co.
(Dowson & Russell)
61 KINQ STREET, NEXT ADVERTISER OFFICE
Wholesale Importers of Crepe Goods, Silk Crepes, Cotton Crepes, Crepe Shirts,
and Crepe Goods of Every Description ,
CALL AND'SEE OUR SAMPLES
Replying to tho ciltlclsni made hyj
.1. A. Cillnmn, head or die hltullthii.
company, nt Iho it'enllni; of the llonul
of Harbor CommlnH'lonprn lns.t week I
James IT, Castlo sent In a holly.word
ed roply that wan rend .at yesterday's
session of tho Hoard, In which tlio wri
ter declared his reason for refusitiK to
Che the bltulUlilo company a llfeuto oil'
ohla tinvliiK-blnrkB was that mich ae-,
tlon would virtually bar tho Hawaiian,
I)oelopment Company, which Cnstlo
represents, from competlllrm for tho
conlrart of pavitu; Iho (Jupcii slreoi
bulkhead wharf. I
Tho hltulltlilo company and Iho lla-
wallnn Dovolopment Company wcio'
both bidders for this contract. Wlien
Iho tenders woro opened n week aco
Hint of tho hltullthlc company was ro
Jeclod because It naked for permission,
to bid on hllullthlc material nlonn I
Tho l-ord-Yoiint; Company, Iho lowest
bidder for tho Jolf, failed lo nnino tlio;
specified tltno In which tho wnik'
would lie com plot ed. and as n result!
all Iho tenders wero thrown out and
ro-nil vol ttsciociit was ordered
Tlio bids for pavfrn; tlio Queen street
wharf nro lo bo opened Wednesday,
May 15, To ascertain whethor tlio
amount of money uvnllnhlo for Iho civ'
tiro job will ho KUlIklcnt, the bids for
tho sheds will bo ripened nt tho Hiuno
Tin' llllo labo" union nipeari lo be
KcttliiK busy alieail.i for the fall cl"f
Hon. News from llllo Is lo the effect.
Wat (ho Union hits nlnady llvil up a
slnto which It lutpuds to support, and,
tliir union Intends to plai a iirouiinenl
part In polllliK thin fall.
The slate Is as follows Sheriff, S'nin ,
Pun; Count) Clerk, mini K. Knl.i
Treasurer, Charles K Snnln; Auditor,!
C. K. Maculto; Atlolliev W. II llecrs,!
llllo Huperxlsois: 'llnviil Kuallko anil,
M. h. Pneheco; SeniHotK' .lames l).i
LowIh nnd. I). 10. Mulriser, lpireienln '
lives: H. I,. DeHha. M. K. Ionian and 'I
Thii Homo Rulers are ubio beulniil'u;
to stir. Ilcrnard KeU-Knllo, tho "hoy' I
orator," Is said lo bo liiiendlnK lo run1
for County Clork. Hwalu will doulil
less 1)0 tlm Itoiiitliliuin candidate fori
Treasurer nmiin. The Supervisorial,
llRht will he a hot one.
To be Sold at 50c per Room and upward
Choice Selections of the Finest Wall Papers made. Put up in
lots sufficient to cover the walls and ceilings of rooms vary
ing in size fronv8 ft. x 10 ft. to 20 ft. x 24 ft.
With two men on the Territorial and
eight on tho County wnllliiK-llst cIIkI
blo to places on Iho stall when vnenu
cIoh occur, President Pratt of tlm
Hoard of Health hns announced 4 hut
thero aro no nponlnca for now men on
tho forco of health Inspectors.
1 -V ''iWJWM
AssoiHiik Hint ho lift a nil' iiamlnu
Hinm us executors, and iiImi left the
sum of tlR'Hi In a snfe deposit bok at
tlio Hawaiian Tiusl ('imiuanv'H vault,
!r. W. I). Alexander nnd llonry ('
.Meyers yestonlay llled h tier:, of ad
ministration on tho estate of the late
Dr. C. T. KnilKorH, asklnii for an or
der of the colli t iiermitlllii; neiess lo
tho box. They also Mate that ho left
?r5.Q In (he Hunk of Hawaii Tli'
only heir .they alllrm, Is I)r (.eotto
II. Voiiiik of CIiIpiiro, a hulf-brotlier of
Don't Neglect This Opportunity
Sale Begins May 1 st
vThe new Rathskeller at the Alexan
der Younrj Cafe will open on Saturday I
ovenlng. See advertisement,
1 77 South King St.