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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H- SATURDAY, MAY 4, 1912.
IN ONE POUND TINS
A Table Delicacy taken from the
deep sea and prepared for pack
ing with great care.
Our Wholesale 'and Retail Price
lower than others.
TRY IT NOW
NUUANU STREET. NEAR KING
MILTNER, PUPIL OF
II will lip ii niiely-hnlnnocd program
tli.1t (liv Honolulu Svliiphnnj Hotictv
will present us Its opining concert at
lho Umpire Theater next, Tuesday won.
Lovi rs of the thiRslrnl as well as
tin' popular forma will tlml ninny fn
orltos In tlic carefully-selected pio
Krnm, nnil thu nuilluicc should Iiu a
InrKe oni' Statu nro now on wall at
tln Orpheum Tho prnjrrmo bcislnx at
I'rof. Curl M Miner, tln leader of tli
on lii'Htra ami llio musical director of
tin- soiletv's nttliitics. Is ruri'h will
equipped for the work He him play
il under tilt- noti'il V alter D.nmni. h.
whose name Is s noin niou for noml
trj. Inlntr mill K'hkI men tin woiltl ii" r
Hi- has nNo plnnl with tin vplpnillil
Selibl t oiihrslrit t Sin limit Km At
tin- toiuirt Tue-ilnv eveniiiR ,! Miner
will play n concerto from Hit litrrlot
Miss IMIth Hosslyn I'nllabj. thu so-,
pnmo Fololsl, will nppinr In some se
lections rinin ".loan of Arc" Miss Cnl
lala hail a dramatic sopruno oloe of
unusual power ami ilcpth and inny ho
nlli'i upon for a slrlklmi presentation
of selections from thin famous iniisltnl
1 Tin- orchestra s drpendhm iipim tho
support of tli pulille In I In Initial ton
eert InrKdy for a mfipphiR out of the
season's work. Tin Hint s.tlo should
lip a l.iruc oni' Tin- m Ii t Ik iiiiiMiik
it slntere attt'inpi to uhi' tin- pulillp
thoroii(rhl iroud uiifii aiiil dtverw
JAS. T. TAYLOR IS
WELL BACKED :
Cleanliness in the Home
ail ka Hana
Into the thought factory.
Your Grocer Will Tell You
Honolulu Soap Works
' The enso of thu Terrlttfry ncnlnst
Henrlques. Indicted for inurdpr. which
Is to ho transferred from tho Knllun
1111:1111 111 iny iioaoiuia t ircuu, proou'i
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utf tlll UV 111:11111 11 .IIIVIKO IIOU1IISOII,
who Is criminal trial JihIkc for tho
BpiliiK term horo.
Thu ncciiHOiI innti Is tlio son of Jo
seph ( lloiirhiucB nnil the killliiK wns
the culmination of n iinnrrol hotween
the father nnil some .lapnncno ovor ills
Pillcil lumber. Tho son. loft to Etinrd
I ho lumhor with a rcolcr, heenmo in-(
, uH fil In n row with tho .lapauoFo
, whoa thoy canio to carry tho properly
away, anil shot two of thorn. One
man 1II01I of his wounds tho following
day and tho other was seriously
I Six thousand ilollaiH will h addeil
to tlio territorial roM'iiues Ihmui'li
' tho Hit of .lohn I'.ilinor of tho l,i
ofllco (o the othrr islands, lie has
Just returned from checking up on
tho Incomes on lliiuail and Maul, and
Kauai has alic.idy heon checU'd oei
James V .Morir.m Coiupany today
sold at auction for MM) u M'cnnd
inortRsiKc on tho Cninura ilopeity oni
Young street, consisting of three
houses and a lot
VoRraiilB notorious in Honolulu, who
wore arrt'Sted hv Chief of DotoctUes
Mf'Dlltlln lnsl f 1 lir lit iwrn ilmill v.U
uelnrntv to Polled Citrt llilu inttriiltit
by .IiiiIko Monsnrrnt They were sent
to tho roof for beneficial meditation,
mid beneficial medliatlnu is thought to
ho koihI inodlclno In their iiihos
Itnmoii HodrlRiios. loader was ion
toticod to Imprisonment for ihln dni
nnil lo pav tho costs of couit Louis
l.'liirWiifr runt Ant, mlii .i,.uin will um ml
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llfleoii das at tho same place. The
case of llrluto (Snrincudu was stricken
from thu calendar.
W. Wnlsso, W. .1. MurpM and Man
uel dome, also charKod Willi miki'iiuiv
bad their oases umllnued until May '.
'TIh tlio open season for viikiuiiIm
James T Tin lor lni" n vtronir and
enthusiastic IjiukliiK Ini the ollki' oi
silperliilpnilinl or pulilli work .u i oni
ing to I'ounK I'hiKinti'r Sontliwortli or
llllo. who ititof to town todn
'.Mr Tailor I" the Im st i(iiipp(l
1111111 for the position t I111I wi lui In
the Terrltoiv." sniil Mr Southuortli
lie Is 11 .horouiih eiiKlneor nnil u llrt
t'lnss exei'lltlve lie has the support
of thu IhiRllieerhi); Assoclittlnn. nnil I
1111 Informed has it Rood liaekitu; In
tin- Itepulillenii terrllorliil inininlttep
lie has hail iharKP of some of tin
inrKi'Kl and must dllllt'iilt tiiRliiu) rltiK
propiMltious In the Islanils and alio In
I'allforulii. and his weak hits uluin
11 of the Pest There ma bi others, i
nut ou will find none so com! in all I
omul tnpaciu and knowledKe or con
illtluiis as Jaines T. Taylor
"I am in re," said Mr. Sontliwortli. '
pilinarilv to see the c;oernor nnil i
Simevor Wall rpKnnlltiK tlio Terrlto- '
1I11I Interests In Improvements tlml are!
to lie made In llllo. We ale bullillinf I
lor the luture mid for a real i lt Wo
Intiud to hap baulevnrils and tdc
Mitlks Hint will be a irullt to a town1
tw Itl' our size "
The conhllliitlouiility of tho Melio
politan park lommlsslou of llhodo
Island was nplield h tho Supteme
Couit In nil opinion leiiilered to Cov
The rainpalKIl inado at the lecenl
lirlm.iilos in New tU city in behalf
of deloKales fiiMirable to the nonilllii
tlon of Colonel Hoost'M'lt as 1'iesl
delll, cost $.iil,12B.7."i.
vi'M I'M'H S"".V H.m '-is i!iiI ttJlUOS'SI 'IWI ""n'M
ojl'o iiijM dn opts itBjj sj ij
Union-Pacific Transfer Co.
oii Aq poipucii
si ojniUJii jiiov uotM jnq itcUfJE sj pc sii
dn boaid the Amcrlinii ship Kdward
bewail this iiinriiliiR nn Inquisitorial
hoard was held bv the IVifernl author
Itlos In connection with tho danuiKo
suit, brouKht hy Seaman Franl; Sulll
Mtn nKttlnst tho ship. Federal JuiIko
Dole presided, mid tho represent lit lies
of the District Atlorno"s olllco and
Hiiiso of the Pulled Mates Marshall
Tho Hoard Inspected the places'
where It is aliened, tho accident Imp '
polled and the statements of tho wli
uesses were liikon down. Thoy will
ho Inlioduut'd In court during t ho i
On behalf of tho complainant dpposl-l
thins have been filed with tho Clerk I
of tlio Federal Court anil tho answer of
tlio defense, (teiiyim; all alienations,'
was Mini yesterday.
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5cnjartin Q'hcs &J&''
Albert Homer's namo as tho next
Siiperliilendont of rulillc Works Is
iiioiu and more prominently to tho
fore. , I
Nobody now would lako a bet
ak'alnst the Hawaii man, mid there are
a lot of people pullliiK for him to laud
'ho appointment. I Tomer's friends
aro many, and thoy have tho utmost
voulldeuie III his ability to make Kod,
Tho licivonior luul the usual slleiico
on the subject today, but from outside
Koui'ies the ropoits nro stroiiK that if
a man wore mimed today Horner i
would ho that man.
Red Snapper Smoked Mullet
Jl'ST IN TltOM TIII3 CO I.O.N IKS OUUIIIt QUICKLY
TIIIIV WII.I. NOT LAST I.ONO. T1U3VUK UHMCACIKS.
METROPOLITAN' MEAT MARKET,
HEILBRON & LOUIS,- Proprietor!
Ask Your Grocer For It
TO REPORT ON
A PRESS CLUB
The luwspaper writers of Honolulu
blue been tiilled to a Kcncral mcetiuK
to lak( pluce next Monday exenlui; at
7 :io o'clotk at the loins of the 1'iiblle
Sirlce AsMKiiillou The object of tho
mettiiiK Is to reielve thu report of an
orKiiuUatiriu tommittee uained this
Wiek to outline plans and propositi
In laws of a Honolulu I'ress chili
The foinmlttee lias drawn up u tin
tntlw plan or orKiinlatlon, wlileliwlll
hi submitted and made the basis of
discussion at the mettliuj
The various makes of clothing in
this town and the chances are in
favor of " BENJAMINS."
There is something entirely dif
ferent in these garments not found
in other makes. We guarantee
every suit that leaves this house.
WE INVITE COMPARISON
Corner Fort and Hotel Streets Q
KAM CADETS AT
Major Wholley. pot coinin.iiuU r at
Shatter, Inspeited the Kiimebaiiu lu
Cadet lt.ittullon )i'sleril'iy foienomi
and hlKhly praised Its appearance and
drill The boys were assured that tlio
battalion would uicnlu be plum! In
Class A of military schools. Lieuten
ant Turin r, the couimaudmit of the
military ilep.irtmeut of the school, wns
well pleased with thu sliowimr the an-
tlets made and thmiked the battalion
for Its efforts to make a nond record.
The battalion was formed for dress
pin.iU. in in i uniform ut s o'clock,
alter vim Ii It winl through review
At 'i Ink tin l.iiir.i.ki were Inspcct-
.1 A i.on'1 it pott w is nridi' on them
In tl In p. i lor At 'J in tin battalion
tin in d out In liliuUI for loiiipiui) drill
mid okti'iiilfil onler An ntlaik was
uuile l A and II lompanles on C
compunj. In which the latter won out
aftri iisliif; much Jinliinieiil. Tills at
tark Instid for nenrlj nil hour Afler
thi.i tin Imlt illon i,is illmulssitl, ha
Ini; done exit Heat work.
I'lrs) In ilrciilallnn l'lr In the
I curls of I hi' iinilo. 'I hat's the II u I.
1 1' 1 1 ii nnil w In It it 1 1 o ( I n mU pu).
Marks a departure in Waikiki Beach resorts. It is the newest resort, has the highest surf, sandiest bottom, and in all is the
Best Bathing Place on the Beach
Every Sunday Any Day Bathing Suits and Dressing Rooms for Ladies, Gentlemen, or Children, 25c. Do you like swimming and sea air? If you do, why
not establish a beach residence at
Furnished Cottages - - $1.50 a Day
Furnished Rooms, 75c a day; $12 a month
0pp. Waikiki Chapel Phone 2836
PETER GIBB, Proprietor
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