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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H. MONDAY, MAY 13, 1012.
Geary Street, above Union Square
European Plan $1.60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day tip
Hew steel and brick structure.
Every comfort and convenience.
A high class hotel at very moderate
rates. In the center of theatre and
retail district. On car lines trans
ferring to all parts of city. Electric
omnibus meets all trains and
steamers. Hotel Stewart recognized
as Hawaiian Island Headquarter;.
Cable Address "Trawets"ADC code.
J.H. Love. Honolulu representative.
SUN FRANCISCO " '.?$
Reinforced Concrete Bultdlna. 226 Rooms. 2t ilret
elm tiling houmnllhln I block. Rales f 1. 11.60
to S4.00 perdu. F.LAA.W. Turpi. Propt.Mgr
' HOTEL ST. FRANCIS
AUTO DU9 AND UNIFORMED REPRESENTATIVES MEET ALL
Mti'.ii c. I !l!"l it, v ft
Grill'! Ml I' "I (I!! &
rain-mi fit hi in '1'M.ir.SiV,
THE SPIRIT OF GOOD 3ERV PRODUCE IT.
HUROrMvAN PLANT, FROM $2.00 UP
UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF JAME8 WOODS
All run down, easily tired, nerv
ous? And do not know w!ist
to take? Then go direct to
your doctor. Ask lib opinion
cf Aycr's Sarsapariila. It con
tains no alcohol, no stimulation,
and la a blood purifier, a nerve
tcnic, a strong alterative, an r.id
to ingestion. Ask your doctor
about Aycr's non-alcoholic Sar
sapariila as a strong tonic for
the weak. .
PrtpirH by Dr. J. C Arif & C., WtH, Km , U. S. A.
A hotel centrally locnteil,
1111 easy walk ti business
.Hid places nf amusement,
l)iit with tli tropical sur
roundings uf u suburban
Emma St., abova Vineyard
I'nit i:njoymi:nt at am. timks
TItAINK i() TO Till: DOOIt
Aulo lii runt mhIw mi the premises
Let us show you this
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
wi:iT)(liliir I'linlogmplilr" Kurt, Xeiir Hold
Newly Ronovated Det Hotel
Tourtit Trada Solicited
C. W. SPITZ Proprietor
wi: do not iii:oi'iui; Tin: snnviens of a nit. wi
i.i:v to ti:i.i. cs oi'it mi:ats Aim fhi:i: fhom CON
TAMINATION AND OP A CJL'AI.ITV THAT IS SlfPlHtlOlt
to any soi.i) 111:1111 Tin: iwritoNM ok this mahkdt
KNOW IT AND TIII.I, US.
METROPOLITAN MEAT MARKET,
HEILBRON & LOUIS, Proprietors
Only establliliment on tha liland
equipped to do Dry Cleaning.
THE SPA !
Walklkl Beach Retort
FURNISHED COTTAGES. .$1.50 Day I
FURNISHED ROOMS. 75c, $12 Month I
PETER GIDD, Proprietor
Now Open Phone 2836
Bargains in Veranda Rockers fl
IlOrill.i: 1IATTAX SKATS AMI HACKS
Priced from $1.60 to $4.40
COYNE FURNITURE CO., YnunBld
ME FOR A SWIM AT THE
Says the Wile Bather
Woven Wire Mattresses
King and Atakea Streets Honolulu
UJ.IUI.klW laaaV P., fVcB?TVtJjnfalBnTW
mini.unwiiuwM-vvi xl IS-iM. l4JaUlUjJUl(UljaLafUaftUlJt
OAHU FURNITURE CO.
King Street, opposite Young Hotel
P O. Hox 840 l'hone 3092
L CHONG & CO.,
Mattress Upholstering and Furniture
22 BERETANIA NEAR NUUANU
Wing Chong Co.
KINO ST., NEAK IlEl'llKI
Dealers In 1'urnlture, Mattresses,
etc, etc. All kinds of KOA and JUS
SIOX I'Ult.MTlIlti: made to order.
in the price of
PUTS Tim.M WITHIN Till: ItnACIl III' AM. ITRI.UB OK
Ilaio au hooks jou ltiuit hound,
ruling done, if hooks made, send tlicni
lo tlip It it I lot I ii loh printing and
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Upholstery and Drapery Work
J. H0PP & SON., LTD.
) Milliliter I'elors of the Christian
! Church preached tho second uf n so
, rlcH of RcrmoiiH thnt uro tnken from
tho mime topic at tho church yestcr
'day morning. "A bruised recti Ilu
i will not break and n dlnil) hutulng
wick slll ho not (iicnch."
The sermon was a poweiful one.
nutl using tho subject fur :i center, hu
I Kiirrountled It with a holt of promise.
' to tho Christian drawn from this strlk
Iiik picture of the nttituilu uf Coil In
Jtlin Christ toward IiIh people.
Mr. I'ctem Knld In part
I "To I ho person who feels Hint he
rnu ilo thlliK'S hetter I linn iuonu else,
I lime no message this mornlni;. My
nicssaKo Is to the man and woman
who nro discouraged hecause they rec
ognize their llniltatlons. ami are ready
lo ipilt hecauso they bellow their wolk
"We of the world erect arhltrary
1 stnmlaids and then require others to
He up to them. If they fall there is
hut little charity for them.
"You nro ramlllar with tho state
ment freuucntly made from this pulpit
that the man who understands tho life
and spirit of tho Christ understands
the spirit and life of God. This was
the Master's claim; 'He that hath socn
me hnth seen the rather.'
"Men JuilKi' "s by what we do. Tho
1'ather Judges us by what we want to
do. That Is tho dlffcrcnre, and In
that difference lies tho source of tho
encouragement I want to bring to ou
all this morning.
"Slneo this day Is recognized largely
oer the Christian world as 'Mother's
Day,' and Is being used In many of the
churches to honor the mothers. It Is
appropriate that my messago of en
couragement should bo directed first
this morning to the mothers who me
present. You hao bad ambitions for
your children. What mother has not!
It mnv bo that ou have been disap
pointed In some of them; anil It mav
bo that tho big cruel world has. In Its
bungling way of Judging things, lull
sinno of the blame for this failure at
jour door. The world has said you
linvo been but a 'smoking wick.' Hut
the world docs not know all tho houis
of patient toil, the agonizing of heart
when you have prayed, tho tender
lieart-throtiblngs as you have worked
far beyond your strength for thoso
children; mid therefore It Judges,
amiss. Tho Father knows. Ilo will
not (liionch with harsh Judgment your
lllckerlng little light. No. And fath
ers, too, I would not miss them. How
many times have I found men In my
score of years pastorlng folk who have
been blamed by other men becauso
they made such a poor showing. Hut
I have known something of that ter
ribly heavy load theso fathers car
ried. Other men havo not known; but1.
tho pastor learns things to make, hi
charitable. And no the world has sau
bo Is hut "a brined reed' break him.
Harsh sentence Is passed. .
"And In tho last placo I address my
messago of eiicourngcmcnt to Chris
tians who feci that thero Is nothing
for them to do In the light to redeem
the world, tin knnu'rt ttin lnnfrliiL-a
that prompt the little wo do; and ho
i siiuwh iiiiw Krcui mo cubi ui me ntiio
.service wo render. Ho will not brenlc
the bruised reed. Ilo will not quench
I lie smoKing nax. no gamers up tho
bruised and broken reeds that bao
been ruthlessly cast ashlo by n too ox
act lug world and pours tho cement of
Ills love and grace into the cracks un
til they shall bo able again to sound
fntlli lis sweet notes as over before.
Tho little smoking wick ho will trim,
and Into the vest-el he will pour a new
supply of oil until sometlmo you who
pro now hesitating and refusing to
itMider ocn the little service you
might, shnll become great lights set
for tho lighting of them Hint nit In a
yrcnt darkness. And this Is tho mes
sage I bilng you today."
I At the Uljou.
1 Last night tho last of tho evangelis
tic services were held at tho llljou
Itlm.itui- liulliltnir nmt tlin flipntnt vna
crowded as at the other sessions. Over
120U persons were present, ns on tho
week previous, and tho members of
Mncwatters Quartet assisted by a
large chorus again dilected tho music.
The theme of the sermon, which
was jii cached by the llov. 8. .Adam
(lakes, n member of tho quartet, was
built mound Mother's Dny,
The songs of the quartet last night
verc "Shadows." by darkness; "Lord,
It Is I!" "At the Cloe of Day," and
The quartet ghes a farewell concert '
on Tuesduy nl the Ihnplre theater and
leaves during the week for tho Oilenl.
At Central Union.
Ilov. A. A. llbersole, nt the Central .
I'liloli service yesterday morning, ex
pressed most emphatically his belief
that tho churches of the city were on
the right road.
"It Is a fact," he said In part, "which
we cannot deny Ihat until recently (he
burden of our Christian teaching has
been lo urge people to bo saved and
In order to mnk sure of hcacn. The
cry of the professional preacher and
especially tho evangelist hns been,
'Prepare to meet thy Hod."
"Among (he more Ignorant commit
nltles this teaching worked an Infinite
harm. Annual relva!s found tho po
pie seeking snlvatlon with frantic fer
or, but being largel nn emotional
state no permanent results came from
In his conclusion, he said'
"It Is at last dawning upon us that
If our Christianity menus anything at
nil It must manifest Itself In every
realm of human relationship. It means
cleanliness In life, purity fu heart,
honesty In business; kindness In the
home, forgiveness under Injury, pa
tience under trial. And above all It i
means devotion to the highest welfare
of all and loyalty to ecry true and
"Wo propose to do It systcmatlcall)
a'nd effectively nnd under the lender
ship of our Christ and by Ills help
make this cltv more nearly than It Is (
now n Christian city."
TO CHIEF McDUFFIE
Tannkn Aral, .lupunese, who arrived
by the l'ersla Inst Saturday morning.'
has confesijed to the embezzlement of
$140(1. according to Chh f of Detect
ives McDullle, who placed the Nippon
ese miller nrresi as soon u me in-uni-er
docked at the wharf. Tannka was
on his way to Japan, where he Intend
ed to engage In business when he was
taken on" the ship here In conform
ance with cabled Instructions from the
According to advices received by
McDullle from Sheriff Hayes of l'asco,
Wash., Tnnnkn embezzled the money
from the Japanese railroad gang nenr
l'asco. The prisoner told McDuflle be
was willing to return to l'asco to face
the charges Ihat are awaiting him.
ADMINISTRATRIX'S NOTICE TO
w., . . .. i , ......, ...
hctilcil propoxdlM will lie n-rcei'u vy
The underpinned ilnlv nppnliitert no- ; wie i " ....-....... -v..,
mlnlMnitrlx or the IM.ite of Jolm '' ' " " """ " "' "' '""""
Knneiie deiensMl Intestate, h.reby , u'clmfc noon or KutmUii). Muy IS. 11112,
gives notice to ull .redlters lniln for lhe.ioiii.trut linn i.f lirty-IHo tlioit
chilms cgnllovt the .Mute of snld rte-fniid, He IiiiihIimI mill twmly-foiir ami
iiirce-ieinris iirieni mi i u. . .i i. ur
ten nnd lirty-two hundimlth miles of
eensiil, to presi lit Kime to tier nl tne
iiitlce ot Pie clerk lit the I'lrst Circuit
Court, within six month" from date, or
they will tie rorever barred All nr
son owing snld estate are request 0
to imiki- Immediate settlement of the
Administratrix, IMntu of Juhn K.
Honolulu, T II. April 15. 1112
MI J Apr I". 52. 29: May . 1'
great fin or
emiiinlltee. who will call for Hie mime.
'Ui:iiim.a u i.owiti:v
ANNA O. I'OOKi:.
LAtlltA D. 81Ii:ilMAN.
KATIIAItlNi: i: It COX,
outdoor Circle of the Klloliauu
May i.. I'.H2 tCtl-Ht
I highway, ileslgnute! us Section Two
or the Unlill licit Itoad, and extendlnir
from tile end of the present iiiacnda-mlzf-d
road In Nnhilua DIMrlct,
I through Walnnae-uka and WolpluDls
Jtrkts, to the iiiucadiiinlzed read ut Kl
papa (Illicit, In tho District of Wulplu,
I'lly and County of Honolulu.
1'ruposi.la shull be on Torms furnish
d l' the (.'oiiimlsslon.
IJich bidder shnll stute In his pro-o-nl.
(I A specific sum for which he will
fin nl.-ti all lnt.ur. tools nnd material,
except us specllled to be rurnlshed liy
the City anil County of Honolulu, nec
essary to totnpMe the work In ac
cordance with the plans nnd specifications.
(2) The date upon which lm will
Six hundred sprouted cco.iniits are
minted tor planting on Katukniu B'-e-
une by the Outdoor Circle nf the Kl-
lohaiia Art League. Anone hulng
any immliiT to donate for this piir-
noo will lonfer n great fuior by .
telephoning to liny member o tne imree to hue the work completed.
The Commission, in ileterininiiiB
STRVBNS To I.leut. mid Mrs. I,.
M. Steens, I' S N.. a daughter.
May 12, T.I12. ut Honolulu. T II.
Diirliig tn nh-ence rroin the Ter
rltoi). Mr Charles p Oslmrne will
i-nrrv on no iindertakliig liusliiess us
The einlialmlnt; tiruticli will lie In
charge or two experlenc d assistants
whose shipping fuses have nlwavs
given perfect sntls'nctlou, as scores or
letteis on III.- testify
II. II WIM.IAMS
Honolulu. April '.'(. 1012.
OI'nci:"c"UM!7 Chronicle llldg, San
I'raiiclsco, Cat. April IS. 1IU2. Sealed
propiisats wilt lie received here until
II a. in.. May IS. 1912. for furnishing
coal required nt posts In Western Di
vision during llscal cnr commencing
July 1. 1912 Infill million furnished on
application here or In Post ijimrtir
musters and tjtiartt'rnuislcrs ut Seat
tle, Wash: Portland. Ore. nnd Ho
nolulu. II T, and Idds may he re-ci-lcd
b Po-t Quartermasters and
Qu.irti rmestcr. Honolulu. II T.. until
i: a in. Pnctll- time May 1.'.. 191!
Sve See a"H'.. It S I' Von Sclimdir,
' Q M
r.211 - Apr IS. Pi. 20. !5: May 13. It
which hid Is the lowest, will consider
the dllTeroice In time or promised com
pletion stated In the bids nt the rate
or Fifty (JfiOOOl Dollars for each day
Proposals shall be In a sealed en
velope addressed to T. II Petrle, Si-c-reary
of the Loan Pond Commission,
City rnd County or Honolulu. Itnutii
til. Young llulldliig, Honolulu, and
plain!) marked on the outside. "Pro
pna! ror the Construction or Section
2. Oaliu licit lto.nl "
All propoals Hhall lie accompanied
by a certified check for a sum equal to
live Z'A ) per cent of the tender.
PI'ins, Hpcs'lllcatlons and forms of
tenders can tie had on application to
the Kuglnecr or the Cotumlsslou, II.
Smart Johnron, Doom CI, Young Iliilld-
A deposit or Ten (110 00) Dollars
wilt lie required ror each set of plans
and su.limnticin taken.
Chairman. Loan Fund Commission,
City mill County of HonciltUu.
Sealed Tenders will be recede ed by
the Hoard of Harbor Coininlssloners
until 2 P in of WcdncMlny. May 22.
1U12. for siili-Htru tore repair work
anil iLnemeiit on Quc-en street liulk
liead wlintf. Honolulu.
Plans, spec Mention and blank form
of proposal are on llle hi the olllce of
Hie Superintendent or Public Works,
Capitol building. Honolulu
The Hoard or Harbor Commission
ers reserves the right to reject any or
nil tenders, oiul to award the contract
as u whole or III P'irt.
Chairman, Hoard or Harbor Commis
sioners Honolulu. May 11, 1912.
My Ji:Vi:i.ItY STOIti: Is still
located on Fort Street, but now
In Newer and Larger
EXPERT WATCH MAKER
Fort Street Above Hotel
Three Doors from Pauahl
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
In the Dittrict Court of tho United
Stalei for the Territory of Hsvvsil.
WIIKHKAS, u libel ot Information
was tiled In the District Court of tho
l'niieii suites fur the Territory of Ha
waii, on the 2Cth day of September. I
A li. 1911, by Hubert W. Hreckons, i
i:sq . Attorney of the I'nlted States
for the Territory of Haw-all, In the ,
name, and In behalf of the United States
ot America, against the Schooner "Con. i
cord," tier bouts, tnckle, apparel and
furniture, seeking to enforce certain
penalties alleged to have le-en Incurred
by Mild vessel for violation of the nav
igation laws of the United States, to
wlt, Articles 2 and 5 of Section 1 ot
All Act of the Congress or the l'niieii
States entitled 'An Act to Adopt Heg
uhititins ror preventing Collisions ut
Sea," approved June 7. IS'.i";
NOW. TIIi:Hi:i'OUi:. In pursuance!
or the monition, and under the seal of
the Court to me direct and delivered,
I do hereby give public notice to all
pursuits claiming the said Schooner
"Concord." her boats, tnckle. apparel
and furniture, or In any manner Inter,
ested therein, that they bo and appear
lie fore the snld District Court, to lie
held ut the City of Honolulu, on l"rl
day. the l"tli day of May, A D. 1912.
ut 10 o'clock In the forenoon of that
day, provided the same shall lie a day
of Jurisdiction, otherwise on the next
iluy or Jurisdiction thereafter, then and
there to Interpose their claims and to
iiiaku their allegations In that behalf
Dated the lltli day of May, A. 1).
I! It HHNDHY.
Fulteil States Marshal.
IlOHHItT W HltKCKONS,
C C MTTINO,
I'nlted Stale-s Attorney and Assistant
I'nlted State's Attorney
Ma) 11, 13, H
THE RAILROAD MAN'S
Cue and Works guaranteed.
They coit you from
JEWELERS 113 HOTEL 8T.
Seale'd propouls will tin received by
the I.cmn Fund Ceiiutnlsslon of theClly
,111111 Ceiunty or Honolulu up to twelve
o'clock noon on Saturday, May IS,
1912. lor Ihe construction or Twenty
Six Thousand, Three Hundred Fifty
i Fight unit Seven-Tenths (2C.3SS.7) lin
en r feet of highway designated ns Sec
tion One of the Ouliu Licit Itoad, mid
extending from the north end of tho
I He In ltlce Fields to the Wnlnholt)
Hrlclge. in the District of Kool.iuioLo,
I,. I.. .....1 ........ n. I ...., .,..!..
- ii) nun - ,'iiu, ,i i luii.-iiiiii
I Proposiils shall be on rornis furnish
ed by the Commission.
ljich bidder shull state In his pro
I (1) A specific sum for which he win
, furnish ull labor, toots and mnterlats,
except as specllled lo be furnished by
the City and County of Honolulu, nee
Jessury to complete the work In ac
cordance with the plans and speclllc.i
(2) The data upon which he will
agree to bnvo tho work completed.
! The Commission, In determining
I which bid' is the lowest will consider
the dllference In time or promised com
pletlon stated In the bids at the rata
or Twenty Dollars (5:10 00) for each
j Proposals shall ! In n scaled en-
Vclope addressed to T II Petrle, Sec
retary or the Loan Fund Commission,
City und County or Honolulu. Iliuini
61 Young Hulldlng, Honolulu, nnd
plainly marked on the outside "Pro
posal ror the Construction ot Section
1. Ouhu Hilt Itoad"
All proposals shall be accompanied
hj a certllled check ror :i sum equal
to live per cent (S) or the tender
Plans, specifications nnd forms of
tenders can be bad on application to
the Fnglmcr of the Commission, II.
Stuart Johnson, Hnom CI Young Hulld
A deposit of Ten Dollars (110.00)
will be required on each set of plan
nnd specifications taken
Chairman, Loan Fund Commission,
City and County or Honolulu.
City Hardware Co.
NUUANU AND KING STREETS
Watch Us Grow
Sealed Proposals will be received by
the Superintendent or Public Works
j until 12 m. or Wednesday, May 29,
1 1912, ror constructing a Dormitory tor
i the Hoys' Industrial School at Walalee,
Ouhu; mid on the same duy and date
I will also be received Seuled Proposals
ror an uddltlon to Dormitory No 2,
Hoys' Industrial School, Walaeleo,
Plans, specifications and blank forms
or tenders are on llle In the olllce of
the Superintendent of Public Works nf
the Territory of Ilnwall, Capitol Hulld
The Superintendent of Public Works
reserves the right to reject any and
nil tenders for either work.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu. Muy I. 1912
James Guild Company
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
Collins Block Telephone 3591
139 Merchant Street
1:. 0. 1 1, u.i, x son, in.
Cor. Kins untl Fort Sin, IIO.MII.UI.U
Hunt it 11 re, Faints and Oils, Ship,
ibaiidlirj, Stoves, ( rorki-rjr, Glass
nitre and Kitchen I'teiihll; Snorting
1 Coods, (Inns, Iteinliers and Aiinniinl-
First In (Irriihilliin First In tho
hearts of the people. That's the II 11 1-
etli und nh) II 11 1 let 1 11 ads pa).
VAS AWARDED HIGHEST HONORS
K tb recent California State Fair
held at Sacramento:
A GOLD AWARD
A DLUE RIOOON AWARD ana
A CASH PRIZE
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