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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H., THURSDAY, MAY 9, 1912.
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Honolulu- I hlnl Negri r.
Honolulu ('hnpler. It. A. .11.
II. . 1'r.lctliT.
Regular, ,", p. in.
Oceanic Second Degree.
I.cl llnliu Chapter N(. :i, 0.
i:. S. Regular.
AH Tllltlflt mm6rs ol tt
Order tr cordially lnTltfd to
sttcnd mcetluira ol local loajss
Moot on tilt
'.'ml mill llli
nt K. 1'. Hull
7:30 1. M.
(4ABINE ENGIHtEHS'. M'ml' "'
WM. MchlM.l'.V i.owh:, XO. 8,
K. of 1.
.Moots every 2nd and 4th Satur
Iday evening at 7 .10 o'clock In
i, nf P. Hull, cor. Fort ami
Iterotunhi. Visiting brothers
cordially Imltod to attend.
. p. gprtz, C. C.
P. P. K1LDI3Y, K. n. S.
i.v i.oihu:, cic, n. r. o. i:.
v, Honolulu Lodge No. 61 1.
t"2j ., n (HI... 1.. I..
11. I . U. I.IKS, IIU'UIS HI
their hall, on King St,
near Port, every Frldu)
ovenlng. Visiting Profil
ers nro cordially Invited
AMI. Ml'UPIIY, 12. It
II DVNSIinK. See.
OA1IU l.ODOi: XO. 1, K. of 1.
Mceu every flrst and third Fri
day at 7:30 o'clock, Pythian
I Hall, corner Uorctania and
Port streets. Visiting brothers
cordially Invited to attend.
'' A HAWKINS. ( C
(i lli:iK, K. of It. & a.
HAWAIIAN Tltllli: XO. 1, I. 0. it. Jl
Meets every first and third
Tuesday ol ouch month In
Fraternity Hall, I. O. 0. P.
hllfldlni? VI'i.titifT tirntlmrn
ltV Cliriliallv iniltpil tn nttnnil
IIPNRY A. ASCII, Sachem.
LOUIS A. PKIUIY. C. of II.
hoxom'i.u Ai:itiK no, v. o. i:,
Meets nn second nnd fourth
, Wednesday evening of each
.,.!. ... .911 n'xlni.1. In
(W lllUllkll Ul .k,U UkiUia, 111
K. of I'. Hall, corner Fort
and Heretanla. Visiting brothers nro
Invited to attend.
VM. JON'KS, W. P.
J. V. ASCII, Secy.
HONOLULU I.OWIK XO. 600,
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will meet In Odd Fellows' building,
Fort street, near King every Friday
evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited
AMimosiS J. YVIUTZ, Dictator.
R. A. JAC.ORSON, Secretary.
Importer Fort St
DEAUTITIES IN HEADGEAR
Aro Always Found at tho
THE VERY LATEST IDEA8 IN
Millinery Parlors, Boston Block
Jut rirolvril ex Hlorra. latent In
LINEN TAILORED SUITS, WHITE
COATS anil LINGERIE GOWNS.
ROOMS -66-67-68, YOUNG HOTEL
HIGH - CLASS MILLINERY
Club Stables Block
MRS. E. E. DAVIS. Proprietor
MILTON 6. PARSONS
PHONE 3088 FORT STREET
1027 NUUANU 8TREET
Up-to-date Millinery and Men's Hati
WE WILL PACK YOUR GOODS AND
CITY TRANSFER CO,
JAS. H. lOVE
(Additional Ship ping on Page S)
LIBERAL INDUCEMENTS AT CHILE
Strikers Cause Some Delay In Departure of Steamship From
Japan Ports Tug Hercules Here and Under New Owner
shipTwo Intcr-lsland Steamers Make Port S. N.
Castle to Remain Pending Orders Which May Send Her
to Fanning Island.
t'lilnoso steerage passengers 111 the
Toyo Klsen Kalslia freighter Huyn Mn-
in. nn arrival nt Honolulu this morn
ing from Hongkong and Japan ports,
are now offered liberal Inducements
by tin1 Chilean government to migrate
their and enter Into various lines of
Chile needs Immigrants and. from
what has been gained through state
men's made today by .lapanese otllcers
In i he lliiyo Mum, the agricultural des
i Inles of (Mille depend largely upon
tin' selection of settlers and laborers.
In the party of ninety-live t'hineso
passengers are soveral who havo
spent ninny venrs In the South Amcr
ii an republic. They claim that this
government has pushed the extension
of railways Into what might be term
ed a wilderness nnd hundreds of thou
bands of acres of land have been open
ed to settlement.
The nitrate industry, which has
heretofore formiHl ono of the chief re
sources of tlio country. Is predicted
may soon give way to agricultural dc
elopmont. An Immigration nltlelal accompanies
the party of Intending settlers who
are numbered among tlio Iluyo Mant
company. He stated this morning
that other Hues of development will
soon overshadow Iho business nf col
lecting and preparing nitrates for uhli
ment. The recent opening of n large cen
tral railway system Is destined to open
u section soon to become tlio center
of a permanent nnd growing popula
tion. In this region all kinds of farm-
lug, fruit-growing and stock-raising
will nourish. Products of the temper
ale nnd tropical zone It Is said will
The Chinese nro considered a desir
able class, of Immigrants for Chile and
they aro welcomed In largo numbers.
Three cabin passengers, all en routo
lo Central or South American ports,
are Included In the list of travelers on
Captain Hashimoto reported n due
trip across the Purine. The lluyo Ma
rti Is being supplied with 2V) tons coal
during the brief stay nt this port. It
Is tlio Intention of Casllo &. Cooke, tlio
agents, to dispatch tlio vessel for tlio
west coast of Central and South Amer
lea nt 5 o'clock this evening. The
freighter Is henvlly londed with cargo
but (hero Is nono for dlsclmrgo nt Ho
nolulu. Seven sacks mall from Orient
nl ports wns received this morning.
Tlio exclusive, story appearing In tho
It it 1 1 o 1 1 n to the cfTcct that n strike
prevailed among .Inpaneso flromon on
T. K. K. steamers, Including tho Iluyo
Mom, was verified by Captain Hash!
motn on arrival hero this morning, his
command sailing with practically an
entire new flreroom crow. Labor
troubles aro caiiBlng much anxiety to
all .lapnneso shipping companies nt
the time the Iluyo Maru left tho coast
Cattle from the Big Island.
Cnttle In llm number nt 7t lionil nl.
rived this morning In tho Inter-lslnnd
steamer Wallclo. This vessel brought
12 empty gasollno drums, fi2 empty
barrels, 314 bundles hides, 31 pack'
ages sundries and 8IMJ sacks sugar.
Purser "Doc" Howard linit nothing
startling tn report snvo that tho wea
ther nlong tho coast of Hawaii provod
propitious for n pleasant trip. Tho
Wnllclo brought sugar from Honoknn
Spanish Immigrants Leave Quarantine
Spanish Immigrants to tho number
of IGn wero transported from Quarnn'
tine Island to the Territorial Immigra
tion Station this morning, Iho party
coming ncross the hnrbor In tlio Pio
neer. Tho last nf tho Ilarpallon bunch
of Immigrants was uiadn up In tlio
main of children. Hut Ihlrly-ono
ndults wero noted In tho entire lot.
Mom tho station Iho ImnilgrnntH will
be assigned to the bovernl sugar cs.
Nlihau an Arrival from Hawaii.
Hrlnglng 0000 sacks sugar, a num
ber of empty drums, 219 head sheop,
1 horse, nnd sundries, tno Inter-Inland
Bteum packet Nlihau, from Hawaii
ports, Is an arrival nt port today. Tho
olllcors report a fine trip and nmong
sugar noted at Island ports aro con
signments Including 13,000 Puualuu
and 4000 sacks Honuapo.
.";. . . .
'Sugar on Hawaii.
According to report brought to tliia
city by Purser Howard In tho slcnmer
Wnllele. the following sugar Is nwalt
lug shipment on Hawaii: Kukaiau
OOOO, Kiikulhnclo 7C00, Panullo 27,000,
Panuhaii 10.000 Backs.
GINGER TALK BY
CARTER AT THE
Kx-Oovernor Carter gnvo tho Hono
lulu Ad Club n glnger-tnlk of Iho live
wlro variety nt the lunch today held
In the private room of tho Young Ho
About thirty members of tho club
wero present and they wero so well
pleased with Ihe service and accom
modations that arc so woll ndapled to
tlio purposes of tho club that It was
decided to mako the Knthskellcr per
Mr. Carter In his tnlk gnvo nn In
teresting description of tho Ad Club
of Rochester, N. v.. which had been
tho menus of developing tho Roches
ter spirit and making that city n real
llvo town. Tho club held n luncheon
meeting each week and while, making
a study of advertising ns a science nl
so promoted good-fellowship and good
cheer by working up skits nnd songs
nil of which centered on tho upbuild
ing of the city of Rochester and tho
development of effcctlvo advertising.
Dealing with the local situation Mr.
Carter noted Instances where adver
tising wns dead and thorcforo outside
tho list of real advertising. Ho had
many suggestions which wero adopted
by the club and will bo brought out nt
tho meeting to bo held noxt week
when Mr. Mr-Grew of tho Crossroads
Ilookshop nnd Mr. Child of Thco. II.
linvloH H Co. will glvo talks on prnctt
cnl problems of advertising in llono'
Mr. Carter, In recognition of his
hnvlng proved himself a thoroughly
llvo wire, wns made an honorary mem
her of tlio club.
SEAT SALE OPENS
FOR MINSTREL SHOW
The Hale of seats for Hugo Brothers'
minstrel show opened at tho rooms
of tho 1'rmnotloii Comiulttco this
morning, nnd from tho way that tho
ticltcts were "bought "P, thoso who
wnnt to get seatH fur tills entertain
ment hud better got In II no before It U
Tlio company, w tilc-li Is billed to pl.iy
here eight days, beginning May 14, Is
one or the best that bus over boon
brought here, ami according to tho
press notices that it hns received from
tho Cedar Rapids, Omaha, Denver, g
deu, llutto, Walla Walla, Portland nnd
Seattle papers. It Is u show well worth
going to see.
There nro thirty-six in tho company
besides a galaxy of well-known vuuilo
vlllo headline.' In addition to Milt,
thd nggregatlnn carries Its own mili
tary band, orchestra, anil a brand-now
layout of costumes and scenic effects.
Kvery day during Its engagement
here, the troupe, will give u big street
parude and In the evening prior to tho
performance will give an opon-nlr band
concert In front of tlio Oporn House.
At this concert, to which nil urn wel
come to uttend, Miss I.cii Clark, known
from coast In coast as tho "girl who
slugs to boat tho band," will render
a popular program, nnd tho band will
bo conducted by Happy Young, who
Is known In theatrical circles as "The
Wizard With tho Ilaton."
The entertainment Itself will consist
of a llrst-pnrt minstrel show In which,
besides the old Southern plantation
songs, all tho new ragtlmo nielndlcH
will bo sung nnd un all-star vuuilovlllo
bill which will Include every kind of
u stunt from monologue to an exhibi
tion by two tinging curtoonlsts.
Tho troupe, which Is mudo up en
tirely of American negroes, will be
heio on the Wllhclmlna noxt Tuesdny
morning, and tho snmo evening will
open thefr eight-day engagement nt tho
Uu will Ian Opera Houso.
TIDES SUN AND MOON
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a.m. it m. a.m.
CM 3.3.' Il.ai (.91 6.SP
Ml 4 30 13.3.1 5 3.1 6.OT
10.33 &.M III 61 0 30
IMS t..a 3.31 511 8.30
u.ai e.tn mi h.sj est
1.03 0.13 003 k.21 631
I 0.W 1M 710 ftil 0,33
I II n
i. mi n
of the moon May 8.
Temperature (i n. m OS; 8 a. in.,
"3; 10 n. in., T4; noon, "7; minimum
Inst night, 07.
Wind C ii. in., velocity 4, direction
N. K.i 8 a. in., velocity 4, dlrectlon'N.
K.j 10 n. ni.f velocity S, direction N.
K.; noon, velocity 10, direction N K.
Total wind movement past 21 hours
Haromcter nt S n. in., 30.12:' low
point at S n. in., 01; relative humidity,
8 n. m 73; absolute humidity, 8 a. in.,
Total rainfall during past 24 hours,
VESSELS TO AND
FROM THE ISLANDS
(Special Cable to Merchants'
Thursday, May 9.
SAN PRANCISCO Snllcd, May 8, S.
S. Arlzonnii, for Seattle.
Arrived, May 0. 0:20 a. m S. S.
Ilonolulnn, henco Mn.v 1.
PORT AI.I.KN Arrived, Mnv 0, schr.
Minnie A. Cnlnc, from drays Har
bor. KAIU'M'I - Arrived, May 0, schr. Co
cllln Sudden from drays Hnrbor.
AT THE PORT
Arrlvnls at Ihe port Inrludo tho In
Icr-Istniid steamer Wnllclo and Nlihau,
from Ilnwnli ports.
A mall from tho mnlnlnnd Is duo lo
arrlvo hero on Saturday morning In
the Pacific Mall lenmcr Persia.
Tlio Matson Navigation steamer Wll
hehnlnn, for Unifolulii, sailed from
San Prnnclsco at 2 o'clock yesterday
Kvery effort will bo mndo for the
dispatch of tho .Inpaneso freighter llu
yo Maru this afternoon. Tho vessel
called hero en routo from .Japan
ports to Central and South America,
The last of the fuel oil brought by
the American ship Palls of Clyde has
been pumped into tho tanks of the in
Ion Oil Company and that vessel Is ex
pected to be dispatched for unviota to
day. Tho Intcr-lsland steamer Claudlnc,
with a fair list of cabin passengers
nnd a number of reccntly-nrrlved Im
migrants on deck, Is on tho boards for
departure for Maul nnd llau'ail ports
nt 5 o'clock Prlday ovenlng.
Stock exehnngo business was dull
today, registering another In tho long
list of dull days lately. Only two sales
were mudo on tho board, 100 Olaa go
ing at C nnd live Hawaiian Commer
cial at ir.S.'i.
Iletwecn boards thero vas n lttlo
activity In Ouliu, Sugar nt 29.50, and
several bond snljjs wero noted.
Porniul aiinniinceinout Is mudo of the
uxlra dividend nf Hawaiian Commer
cial, Ml cents mi Juno S, of which tho
news was published 111 these columns
soiih. ibij-H ago. Tho directors voted
the dividend nt u meeting In San
COL. FISHER WON'T
RESIGN RIGHT AWAY
Autlltnr J. II. Plsher considers re
signing, mid Is prepnrlng slowly for
It, but bo Isn't rendy to resign yet.
lie said so himself this morning.
"I am In with the Mutual Invest
ment Company, but my position there
Is not a salaried one tiowv nnd I am
not certain that It would bar mo from
continuing to hold tho nlidltnrshlp," ho
said "i don't want tn die In a gov
ernment otlleo, but there are some re
Ports that I want to llnlsh before quit
ting, i don't Intend tn resign now."
The Republican Territorial cejitral
committee met at noon today nnif In
dorsed Colonel Plsher for reappoint
ment His commission expired last
November, It Is said. Tho comiulttco
also Indorsed J. M. Dowsett for prison
Inspector to succeed General Davis,
who has reslgnerl
115 MORE IMMIGRANTS
OFF "THE ISLAND"
Another batch of about 115 Immi
grants, who havo been hold ut Quar
antine Island ever since thoy arrived
on the steamer Hiupallon, wero
brought over tq tho territorial linml
grant receiving! station this morning.
Prom tho station thoy will bo Bout to
tlio various plantations.
What 1 to bo the mission of n spe
cial cruise of tho bnrkentltio H. N.
Castle to Funning Inland and the South
This Is n question that hns been
bruited about tho local waterfront for.
the past twenty-four hours, pending
tho delny In the disputed of the now
repaired American windjammer.
Cnptnln von Dahtrcn nnnniinccd tho
llrst of tjio week that ho was rendy to
sail for the Pacific Coast, presumably
Snn Prnnclsco. Ills gnlinnt command,
which has seen many years of active
service In southern sens, nnd which
limped Into Honolulu many weeks ago
In distress, bus been undergoing ex
Over two thousand dollars wns spent
with local shipbuilders In effecting the
necessary rejuvenation of the vencr
nblc S. N. Cnstle and making the ves
sel seaworthy nnd eligible to pass mu
ter before u local board of survey as
well ns the Pedcral Inspectors or hulls.
The Castle lias been fumigated. Her
cargo or llfty tons of copra, from Pun
ning nnd Washington Islands, placed
aboard, nnd yet the vessel remains at
one of tho locnl wharves with otllcers
nnd crew marking time.
Advices reached this city within tho
past twenty-four hours which notllled
the skipper to remain hero pending the
forwarding of further Instructions.
The story Is gnlijg the rounds, and
bears tlio stump nf authenticity, that
the H. N. Castle will bo ordered to
proceed to Punning and Washington
islands to complete the demands set
forth In the charter.
It Is known Unit much copra remains
there, ready for shipment to Sun Prnn
clsco, where a ready and .lucrative
market uwults Its nrrivnl.
There Is a well-dollncd rumor iillnat
that Putlier Itotiglcr. tho South Seas
copra king, may niill himself of the
oppnttuiilty or returning to lilt Island
estates In the Castle, should there bo
a possible hllih It, the present nego
tiations now under way between blm
solr ami Captain Prrdorlck Miller over
the charter or the sale of the yiieht
The launching of n new craft do-
Slllliod In nil llm tvninrn ,1l.wnitf in
the port of Honolulu will tnko place to
morrow morning should t lies expecta
tions of tlio builders as well us owners
The Inter-lslnnd Steam Navigation
Company hns had under way for sov
eral months pnBt tho construction nf
a lino largo scow, which has been built
to tho order of McCnbe, Hamilton &
ltetiny, tho locnl stevedoring llrm.
The bargo ns now completed and on
the wnys ready for tho Initial dip into
the harbor represents n substantial
outlay of money. Tho best grnilo of
one-piece, lumber has entered Into the
construction of the barge, which has
a cargo capacity of 3110 .tons and is
.i.i.u ieei in wnitn and 70 feet long
The scow, which will bo sent down tho
marine railway In tlio morning, has
neen coppered nnd Is provided with
two nniplo hatches which ylll Insuro
Ihe speedy removal of cargo. Tho
neen is in such sizo that a largo quail
Hty of coal can bo stored or convoyed
from shoro lo ship.
Tho purpose of tho scow Is lo great
ly facilitate Iho handling of both
freight and coal by the stevedoring
firm Which Muds lluil llirrni.l, n .lnni.i
ed Increase. In business nt this port
u is warranted in tlio const met Ion of
tills bargo and perhaps moro llko It.
PEACE ESSAY CONTEST
TO CLOSE MAY 15
t'hiilrinnn W. A. Ilowen of the cham
ber or commerce's International peace
committee wishes to remind all thu
ehllden who aro writing essays In com
petition for tlio peace prize, uniiouncod
sumo months ago, that they must send
their essays to him by .May IS, as the
competition closes then.
"Only two essays havo sn fin- i-mw.i,.
ed mo," said Mr. Uowen this innriiiiii,
"and 1 want all of them to be Mulshed
by .May in."
Ills otllce Is ut CIO Stangenwiild
Hercules Here Under New Orders.
Tho big seagoing tug Ilorcules.
which arrived off port this morning af
ter n successful tow of tho grcut dry
dock caisson, Is now owned by the
Crowloy Launch and Towboat Com
pany, having passed from tho hands
Of C A llnnnrii nr- Win. l,..nn..
I "' -.,... i w. ..,,, nininii on
I Ihe Coast us tlio Rod Stack interests.
vupiiiiii wan inonipson, tlio veter
an navigator and the dean or steam
ship skippers along tho co-Li' Is with
tho Hercules. Thompson bus mudo
several trips to Honolulu in tlio pow
er! ill tug.
The Ilorcules Is to return to tin
l,l.,fl,,il ...III. .1. I.l .!.. ... .. r.
..... ,, .I..,! n,m inu ijiK ureuger lau
foiiih'. In tow.
The Ilorcules has n strong llvo hiiii
drod horsepower onglno nnd Is well
equipped for taking u tow.
CHAMP lHIOTIIUCK CIIAl.MIXHI.S
Mnnucl du Melln, champ bootblack,
who matlo a trip to Snn Prnnclsco und
Chicago and won blacking competi
tions thero, Is back In Hawaii. Ho
arrived In tho I.urllno yesterday. Do
Mello says If any ambitious bootblack
wishes to test his speed, ho will glvo
him all tlio competition he wants.
Mnnuol A. Pote'r toiSflTed n' peti
tion for dlvorco from his wife, Emily
Peters, charging adultery.
(Continued from laae 1)
post discharging their various duties,
It. wns not until 11:20 that orders In
march promptly nt 1 o clock were Is.
sued, and the various commnnds'hnd
lo do somo tnll hustling lo get ready
with the proper equipment, especially
ns thero Is n considerable shortage of
wagon transportation Just now.
Colonel Dell hns established his
headquarters under canvas near tho
tile of tho new lnfnntry quarters. The
umpires during tho maneuvers will be
Mnjor McCluro and Captain Carter,
who recently worked out a complete
tactical campaign as members of a
r.peclnl board appointed by General
Macomb for that purpose. This plan,
which has been kept nn absolute se
cret, and which no ono but tho depart
ment commnnder nnd tho two olllcers
above mentioned Is familiar with, Is, It
Is understood, satisfactory Colonel
Pell, who will .adopt It In whole or In
part for Ihe field campaign.
Inspection Giant Task.
Colonel Tlelrs Inspection Includes n
thorough examination of the troops
under both service nnd gnrrlnon condi
tions, nnd nn Inspection of all Ihe
equipment. It Is usual In the lnVpcc
Hon of n garrison for the Inspector
general In examine personally every
ride und every piece of equipment, but
In tho case of such n largo post ns
Schoncld, this task would he hercu
lean. It would be almost Impossible
for ono man to look down the barrels
of 300U rides, for Instance, nnd get
through In anything like the time pu
vhleil. It Is believed, therefore. Hint
the present Inspection will bo of a
more general nature.
General Mneomb did not-mnkc tho
trip In Schofleld to witness tho Bhnm
battle today, although he will probably
go out nl some time during the Held
"Tlicso innneiivcrH are In no wny
significant," snld General Mneomb this
morning. "They nto part of tho regti
lar routluo nnnunl Inspection by tlio
Inspector general's department, but
owluiy to tho fncl that somo of tho
hcholleld garrison wns engaged nt tar
get practice, tho order to take tho field
made n trlflo more stir than would or
dinarily have been tho case. However,
tho present maneuvers nro Interesting
from the fact that thoy nre Just what
tho troops might be called on to do in
ease of an actual need to repel Inva
sion." Charging bigamy nnd quoting tho
record of the District Court showing
that her husband was convicted of that
(rime on April fl nnd Hint ho wns sen
tenced to n year's servitude nt Onhu
prison, Mrs. Gloria tlotcllin Paeheco
this morning liled in Circuit Court nn
nppllcntlnn for dlvorco from John Pa
WL XOTCH WHISIWM
Distilled in the Highlands
Duff Gordon & Co., Port St. Mary's SHERRir:s
Cockburn, Smithies, Oporto , PORT
"Dons Head" Brand, Kentish Town ALE and STOUT
The Old Bushmills Distillery, Ireland IRISH WHISKEY
Heldslck 4 Co. 1 , , MONOPOLE, RED TOP
G. H. Mumm & Co. j R",m" MUMM'S EXTRA DRY
Louis Roderer GRAND VIN 8EC
Maris Brizard and Roger, Bordeaux LIQUEURS
Otard, Dupuy & Co, Cognao BRANDIES
D, & J, McCallum, Edinburgh j Pecfectlon
Usher i Co. Edinburgh ( O. V. S. (SCOTCH
Buchanan & Co, Glasgow (Black and Whlto ('WHISKEY
James Alnsllo & Co., Leith ) "Liqueur" ;
E. &. J. BUrke, Dublin .'IRISH WHISKEY
Hiram Walker & Sons, Walkerville CANADIAN CLUB
OLD TAYLOR, in Bond GUCKENHEIMER
OXFORD CLUB DRY GIN
MONT ROUGE CALIFORNIA WINES
JlKltniAVr NIMH T'OKT STItKlX
LOCAL AND GENERAL
For a hack, ring up 2307.
Tho only Curtlss blp'.ano in town Js
nt tho Anchor buIooii.
It goes without saying that every
thing la Rest nt The Encore.
Picture-framing, Arts and (Jroia
Shop, Port nbovo Hotel sired.
Always buy nt H.o stores that give;
Green Stamps. They're, as good us
The Underwood Typewriter Vlslblo
none belter. Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
Wanted Two more passengcra for
nround-thc-lslund at $0. Lowls
Stables and Garage. Tel. 2141.
It you want a good Job done on nn
auto or carnage take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co., 427 Quean SL
Island ngctits, Kverrendy Auto start
er; nuio repairers; M, C. King, tugr..
Queen nnd Mllllanl Sts. Phono 3C3I1.
It Is reported that Mrs. .1. T. Mc
Grew Is soon lo return from Pnrls,
where sho has been visiting with her
Something now. Royal Navy bi
cycles. Preo wheel, roller chain,
nickel rims, doublo brakes, $10.00.
Dnwson tiros., Smith nnd Hotel Sis.
Thoy 11 look llko they wero mudo for
yob, when you get them from Geo. A.
Martin, tailor, Itotho) street (20
Prnnk llnpozn, recently from Iho
Azores, today filed with tho Federal
Court n declaration of lutein Ion to
become a citizen of tho United States.
The rcgulnt monthly meeting of tlio
Free Kindergarten nnd Children's Aid
Association will bo held Friday, May
10, ut 0:30 n. in., nt the Y. W. C. A.
Ptipuken pineapple lands sold nt mic
tion ycslcrclny at tho tiUlce of .lames P.
Morgan Company brought JlS.iinil. P.
W.. Mncfarlnno and Mnrk Robinson be
ing tlio buyers.
Tho llnnl nccountlng of Knapu Ka
hunnhann, executrix of tho estate of
Joseph Kahunnhnnn, was filed In Cir
cuit Court this morning. It shows u
balance nn hand of $007.00.
Nakano Gcntnro, of Walakeii, llllo,
has been adjudicated n bankrupt by
the Federal Court and tho matter bus
Leon referred to William H. Peers,
referee In bankruptcy nt HIIo.
The Missionary Gleaners will hold
n delicatessen sale on Saturday, tho
eleventh of May, between tho hours
of 8:30 and noon, nt the store form
erly occupied by I.ewls"& Co., King
Hereafter the Attorney Gcncral'H
I'cpiiriiuciii win give counsel anus
order prosecutions for tho health dc-
pat I ment, Inking the place of Judge
I.ymer, who was appointed for this ,
work some months ago by tho Ship- j
pern Wharf Committee, when dllll-
culty was experienced In Inducing ,
people lo coinpl) with tho depart
ment's oiders. The work has now
been reduced lo n very smnll volume.
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