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EVENINQ DULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, 1912.
Deary Street, above Unton Square,
European Plan $1.50 a day up
American Plan $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 Island Headquarters.
Cable Address "Trawets"ABC code.
J .11. Love.Honolulu representative.
SAN FRANCISCO " K!.?"'
Reinforced Concrtts Building. 22SRMmt. 21 first
cUll tiling houiti within 1 block. Rttcttt, II 80
to 14 00 perdu. F.LA.W.Turpln.Propt.tMgrt.
A hotel centrally located,
an easy walk to business
dtid places of ituiUHetnent,
hut with the tropical sur
roundings of u suhurban
Emma 81, above Vineyard
KOIl KN'JOYMKNT at AM. TIMl'.S
trai.vs 00 to Tim noon
Auto III rent scrvlcu on the premises
Newly Renovated Best Hotel
Tourist Trade Solicited
C. W. SPITZ Proprietor
Only establishment on the liland
equipped to do Dry Cleaning.
Walkiki Beach Resort
FURNISHED QOTTAGES..1.50 Day
FURNISHED ROOMS. ,75c, $12 Month
PETER GIBB, Proprietor
Now Open Phone 283S
ME FOR A 8WIM AT THE
Says the Wiie Bather
Woven Wire Mattresses
King and Alakea Streets Honolulu
OAHU FURNITURE CO:
Klno Street, opposite Youno Hotel
l O. Uox 840 Thone 30J2
L. CHONG & CO.,
Mattreit Upholiterlng and Furniture
22 BERETANIA NEAR NUUANU
Wing Chong Co.
KINQ ST, NEAIl IlETIIEIi
Drnlerg In Furniture, Mnltrrascs,
elr, rlr. All kinds of KOA und MIS
SION i-'UltNITUItK made to order.
Unto you books you lriint hound,
ruling done, or honks made, send tlicm
In the It it 1 1 o 1 1 ii tub prlnllntr nnd
bludcrj- iilauL . jJUM
HOTEL ST. FRANCIS .
AUTO BUS AND UNIFORMED REPRESENTATIVES MEET ALL
liUltOI'KAN PLAN, FROM $2.00 UP
UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF JAME8 WOOD8
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
"Eterjthliiir I'liolocniphle" Kurt, Near Motel
wi: no not nrxitTiRi: Tin: si:nvici:s or a mi. vi
i.i:v to ti:i.i. us oim muath aih: rm:i: khom con
tamination AND 01' A QUALITY THAT IS HI'I'I'ltlOIl
TO ANY SOLD HKIlll Till: 1'AritONS Ol' THIS MAItKITr
KNOW IT AND TKM. UK.
HEILBRON & LOUIS, Proprietors
.Bargains in Veranda Rockers
DOI'lII.i: ItATTAX SKATS AM) HACKS
Priced from $1.60 to $4.40
COYNE FURNITURE CO., Young Bid.1
in the price of
puts thi:m within tiii: iu:ach or all usi:as of
Upholstery and Drapery Work
J. H0PP & SON., LTD.
AND GOOD SERVICE.
" 3 A"
Let us show you this
Electric Co., Ltd.
,M -a. !.... II I1W
For June Wedding
11J HOTEL 8T.
Says the man
Next Union Grill, on King' St.
To arrive from the Northwest about
June 1, for work, hack and saddle.
52 NORTH KUKUI STREET
518 S. King At.
OKOLEHAO HAWAIIAN LIQUOR
AMERICAN and SCOTCH WHISKIES
RED, WHITE and SPARKLING
LARGE and 8MALL BOTTLES
Special Attention Paid to Family
ROSA & CO.,
Corner Queen and Alakea Street.
TRY THE NEW HONOLULU BREW
A HOME DEER
FOIl SLE AT ALL BARS
You'll And they're 'ull good fel
"It's the Fashion
Hotel nr. ForL D. II. Datla, I'rop,
YOU'LL FIND WHAT YOU WANT
City Hardware Co.
NUUANU AND KINO 8TREET8
Watch Us Grow
James Guild Company
HOU8E FURNI8HINQ GOODS
Collins Block Ttlaphont 3591
-. ... ....
Mill .c!AV.fa'Jh. ajl.iCV
The Merchants' Association yester
day took up a real old-fashhloncd cel
ebration for the Kourth of July, tram-
nunc will ho a Keneral committee, and
plans nro on foot for Homo military
features, which will he left to Oen. M
M. Macomb, Admiral Cowles and Col.
Jones of tho National (Juard. i
A Btreet parade with comic features
U projected, tho committee In charso
rf this beln! J. Walter Doyle. Johnny
.Martin, (.' !'. Uiomls, J. J. Ilelscr ami
Albion Clark. The parade will be
Ablci. Illehard Cooke and W. I). Ad- 1....,"" "'.?,. V" .",. 7.. .."". "I.".. throiiuli Wnlmine-uka .mil Wnlplo ll-
uiiuiii . in 1 iimui s 1...1 ., , Hum It Stone lire Wurden I'ulolo ti,e ( t mul Count) of Honolulu, mc
two hours later there will be n llts-p.' VnlU- (M,y to .omphtH the work In iie-
uij, muniwi ,.,... I.........V. Iwi'i .",
the palace (-rounds, with Kd Tow so1
and W. 1). Adama In charge of thlii
part of tho day's doings. I
Plelil HportH will ho held In tho lift-1
ernooti, Charles 1' ClilllliiKWorth be
ing chairman, Julius t'nRer and a del
(Kiit Ion of Army olllcerK on the com-'
mlttee. A special committee consist-
IriR of Mrs. (leorge Sherman, James A.I
I Hath and Miss Frances Lawrence will
I arrange a series of children's roiiics.
I Military sports, a water carnival and
other features are talked of, and A. U
C. Atkinson has been asked to Ret up
tho water carnival. The fireworks
committee consists of Marston Cam-
bell. James Wakefield, i:. A. Iterndt,
(. J MclVthv and K. II. MeStocker,
I which Is the Harbor Commission.
1 Julius I'liKer. II. M. Hepburn. Kd
Towse, Klmer fhcuthnm and other en
thusiastic members of the Association
ure taktiiR hold of the celebration
plans with much lKir.
WAS STILL ANGRY
Japanese Spaniel Episode
Was Not Forgotten
When Mrs. (leorRe M. Pullman
reached the CoaHt on tho Sierra she
was Kt 111 aiicry about tho placing of
that little Japanese spaniel In quar
rntlno here, according to a San Fran
cisco paper, which printed the follow
Iiik: AiiKcrcd nnd chagrined bccaiiHo the
quarantine nll!cluln at Honolulu per
slated In klckinR her fancy-bred dog
uroutid, Mrs. Ocorgu M. I'ullman. wid
ow of the I'ullman palaco tar mag
nate, cut her Islt In tho Islands very
short and returned today on the Oce
ante liner Hlerra.
Mrs. I'ullman explained that she had
expected to spend another month In'
Honolulu and Its cm Irons, hut that
the iiiiarantlno officers took her pet
spaniel an ay from her and gavo It a
course of spraying and disinfectants.
Then tho Honolulu newspapers took,
tho matter up and sate it publicity,
which was very displeasing to Mrs.
rullman, and she decided to "cut" the
Paradise of tho Pacific, and hastened
to leave, bag and baggage.
After many unsuccessful attempts i
to cet her dog out of quarantine, she
gavo up In disgust, nnd arranged with
un agent thcro to solid the spaniel up
on the next steamer to San Francisco,
and It will bo forwarded by express
FREE IF "lT FAILS
Your Moncj Hark If You are Xnl Sat.
Mild ltd the Medicine We
We ure so positive that our remedy
will permanently relievo constipation,
no matter how chronic It muy be, that
wo ofler to furnish tho medlclno at
our expense should It fail to produce
It Is worso than useless to attempt
to euro constipation with cathaftlc
drugs. Laxatives or cathartics do
much harm. They cause a reaction,
Irritate,, and weaken tho bowels and
tend to make constipation more
chronic Ilcshles, their use becomo3
u habit that Is dangerous.
cjonstipauon is caused uy u
ness of the nerves and muscles
Inrgu Inlestlno or descending coloi..
To expect permanent relief you iiiiirI (
therefoiu tone up nnd streiiBlhen
those organs and resloro them lol
Wu want you to try Hoxall Orderlies
on our recommendation. They nro ex
ceedliiKly pleasant to tnke, being eaten
like candy, and aro Ideal for children,
delicate persons, and old folkB, as well
as for the robust. They act directly
on the nerves nnd muscles of tho bow.
els. They apparently havo a neutral
nctlon on other assoclato organs or
glands. They do not purge, cause ex
cessive looseness, nor create any In
convenience whatover. They may ho
tnken nt any tlmo, day or night. They
will positively relievo chronic or hab
itual constipation, If not of aurglcal
variety, and tho myriads of assoclato
or dopoiident chronic
aken with regularity for n reasonable
leiiKlh of tlmo. 12 tablots, 10 conts; mniey. mo nappy couple were mar
30 tablets, 25 ccntB; 80 tablots, 50 rfloU on May ith nt tho homo of Mr.
cents Sold in Honolulu only nt our Snyi cr father, on Clay street. Mr.
stcVro-ThJ Hexall Store. Uenson, Snyder and 1iU bride will make their
Smith & Co.. Ltd.. Tort and Hotel Sis homo In San 4 ranclsco.
8II.VA-ITJITA In this city, Mny 5,
1912, (leorRo I'ujltn to Jennie Sllvo.
Iloth of this city.
KINO III Sun rrnnclsco, May B, 1912,1
Charles .lames KIiik. eldest son of
tho late James Kins of WashliiBton
ntid brother of (let). W. It. KlnK of
Honolulu, need C8 ycurs.
Brush Fires In Patolo Valley.
Notice If. hrphj Klven Hint In nc-
ciirilnnco with Hcitlon C of Ait 71 of (lt, .t fund f 'uifMlsslon of the City
the Hes-lnn Ijiws of 1905. It l fnrhld- m enunt of Honolulu up to twelve
iln In start tires for the liurnlmc of (I-& 0U noon of H.iliirelu. Mny 18, 11)12,
brush dry icm. etc. for n period of fllr ,(, l(1imn ,,f nrty.llve thou
three mouth from ilnte, vllhln that i W11()i U(. lliniir(1 ,! twenty-tour and
porilon or I'linuo iiuict, minei " .
Komi. 'lty mill County
if Honolulu. I
(r ,ni,' nri, vrnril.ii Ims heen tlrst ul-
.lt ,Iln rtids ",uci pre hnll not
)(. tnrt,, ,urin( heavy wind with-
,,, M1in,rnt help present to control
,,. mm, (11 ,,, rc n ,lf, unlcn.
,,, . ,,,,, KHtlllllt 10 ,amt., r
,,( ,.!,.( i,K,tB or hl, until put
.rr,uh , i. ol,tnlned from Mr
ItAI.I'll S HOSMI.lt.
Chief I 'Ire Wnrdi n
Honolulu. HiiwiiII, Muy If.. Ii:
521S -Mny IS, IC, ID
""UNTTED'STATES OF AMERICA."
In the District Court of the United
States for the Territory of Hawaii.
WHI.'ltllAR. a llliel of Information'
mis Mini In the DIMrlct Court of the.
I'ntteil Stnten for the Territory ofll.i- '
wall on the 20th ihiv or Siptemln-r.
a ii 1:111, ny itnneri v iirei mms,
INil . Attorne) or the I'nlteil Htntes
fur the 'IVrrltorv or llnuiill, III the
n nut' nml In l.i-hnir or tin- t'nlti d States
or Anit-rhii ugniuxt the Hihooner "Con.
niril,' hr lnut tackle, npparel unci
furniture. si-eKIng to enforce certain
pi'iialtti- nlh-Kiil to li.i 1,,-en Incurred
lo wild vessel for vlolitlnn nf the nav
igation laws of the 1'nlli.l Hl.-ili-y, to
wn, Arthli-s :' nml f, or Ht-etlon I uf
An Alt or the Cungrf" or the I'nlteil
Htlltex Ultlthil 'An Act to Adopt Iti-K-iiliitlons
for pri-ventlng I'i.UIbIimii at
Ken." npproveil June 7. 1W7,
NOW." Tlli:rti:rolti:, In pursuance
of the monition, and under tin- pal of
the Court to tue direct and delivered,
I I do hereby give public notice to all
! persons claiming the said Kc-hoonrr
I "Concord," lit r liniitN. tackle, nppartl
I anil furnttnre, or In n manner lnt-r.
I'Mlfil tlloroln f licit fltut' lu nti.l ,.,....p I
In-fore the said Dli-trlc't Court, to bu
' --" - ...... ,...j ... ...., ....(.. ...
held nt the City or Honolulu, on lrl-
day, the 17th day or May. A. D 1912.
at 10 o'clock In the forenoon of th.it '
In noil or ilium. tnniiKii or a line uruwn . . . ...... .,., . ., .... n...
lay. provtilnl the some shall he a day .the lo Industrial School at Wcilulee,
of Jurisdiction, otherwise on the nextjoahu; und on the same clay nnd date
day of Jurisdiction thereafter, then and 'will aim he received Senled Proposal
there to Interpose their claims and to
make their allegations In that behalf
Dated the lllli day of M ly. A. D.
i: II IIRNDIIY.
United States Marshal.
nonnuT v nitr.cKONs.
C. C. lllTTINO.
United States Attorney nnd Assistant
United States Attorney.
May 13, H, 15
AND HIS WIFE
Itlchnrd Walton Tully, tho play
wrlKht well known In lluuall and the
author of "The Illrd of Paradise." and
Mrs Tully have become reconciled. The
follow Iiik Is from a Coast paper:
The radiance of u complete reconcll- '
lotion has hurst IbrmiKli the marital
storm clouds which have heen hover
Inn over the romance or the Illehurd
Wulton Tull)s. ns told exclusively by
the Call Mime months ago, und with
hearts ulhime once more, this gifted
literary couple arc now plunnlm; what
they cull ihelr "second hone) moon" to
be spent under Italian skies.
All threatened divorce proccedlnirs
are off The complaint Instituted hy
Mrs Tully, who was Kleanor (lutes be
fore her inurrlnKe to the phiywrlKht
during their college da)s, have been
burned ut the domestic health, nnd at
the nttmctlvo apartment In ono of the
smaller hotels, which the young couple
have been occupying since their re
union, they admitted c-sterday the
iriiin of their udjusted differences mid
lllt. ,.. happiness which Is Ih..lr
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
ITie Kind You Have Always Bought
BRIDE ON HONEYMOON
11 V Snyder, formerly a resident of
Honolulu arrived on tho l.urlltie with I
his bride on a honeymoon trip.
Mr. Snyder was hero several years
if iW n battalion sergeant major of tho
I To"" ,llt."'"ry alntloncil at Camp Mc-
139 Merchant Srect
i-hif,-. -4'. Jiiii! . ,
Senled proposal will he received by
ll.ri i-IioIIim tlhenl feet ff,u.R24 3'l. or
, .,..,,.,. ill,,l.ir,.lt,i, ,.,u... nf
trlcts. t the iiuuiiduuiiretl mail at Kl-
l"1,", "ulch, In the District of Wnlplo,
'' ,""1 -'"'i,' uf Honolulu
I'roposuls ahull he on forms furnMi-
eil l,y the Commission
lach Milder nhull ntnte In hl pro-
(li A rpevlilc sum for which hewlll
furnish nil liilor, Kwli mid male rial,
exupt im rilled to ho furnWied liy
with the plans iiixl rpclHi-n-
(2) The ilnte upon which he will
nxl i' to luixe the work complftul.
Tin. Comuilxnliin, In ihtirnilulnif
which hlil In tliH lowest, will consider
the illfferi nee In time of promised emu
111, t loll Milted In the hlds lit the rate
of Klfl (J60 00) Hothirs for each d.iy
I'roposjlfl hIiiiII he In n svaled en
1 elope addressed to T 11 1'etrlr. S'-e-reury
of the l.oui I'uiul Commission.
city nnd County of Honolulu. Iloom
r.l. Youiik HulhlliiK. Honolulu, nml
plulnl) iniirked on the outslile, "pro
posiil for the Construction of Section
:', Claim lli-lt Itond "
All proposals shall he nccompauh-il
liy n certified cheek for n sum equit to
lle (ROS) p'-r cent of the tender.
1'lans, spclllcutlons and forms of
tenders etui he had on application to
the lhiKln-r of the Commission, 11.
Stunrt JiihiiMMi, Itooui ill, YoiinK llulld
A ih'puslt of T-n (110 00) !ilhirs
will he riiiulreil for each sit of plans
nnd ii mentions taken.
chalrmnn, li.iu nuid Commission,
City mid Count) of Honolulu.
Sealed PrnpoalH will bo received hy
the Kuperlntendi lit of Public Worki
until 12 iil of Wednesday. May 29,
1IH2, for eonntructlng a Dormitory for
for un addition to Dormitory No. 2,
llovs' ludustrlul School, Walaelee,
I'liins, spcclllcallons nml Iilank forms
of tenders arc on tile In tho nlllco of
the .Superintendent of Public Works of
the Territory of Hawaii, Cupltol llulld
The Superintendent of Public Works
reserves the right to reject any nnd
all tenders for either work.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu. May 4, 1912.
During my absence from the Ter
ritory, Mr Chnrles P. Osborne will
carry on my undertaking business as
The embalming branch will lie In
chnrgo of two experienced nislstunt
whose shipping (-nses have nlwuys
given perfect satlnfuctlon, as scores of
letters on file testify
II II WILLIAMS.
Honolulu, April M, 1912.
Watches that won't
Yes; I unlit you to send me
jour watches that vvun't keep
time, uatchi's the aveniKe
watchmaker can not fix No
work too illlMcult for me to do
I employ no tinkers, hut expert
vvutchmiikers, unci supervise all
work lujself ami cheerfull) Kiinr.
nntee every Joli
Estimates tilven when re
MUlred Wm. Prucha
EXPERT WATCH MAKER
1128 FORT.ST. . HONOLULU
Cook a a c
With HA J
WA8 AWARDED HIGHEST HONORS
M tin recent California Stat Fair
held at Sacramento:
A OOLD AWARD
A DLUE RIBDON AWARD antf
A CA8H PRIZE
K. O. HALL SOX, LTD.
Cor. King und Fort Sts, JIOMILUMJ
Hnrdnurr, I'uliits nnd Oils, Ship,
rlmiidlery, Stores, Crockery, fllnm.
mire nnd Kllrlien Uleimllit SporllnR
Ooods, Ouus, Iterolieri and Amniunl.
I The lVeeklj Kdlllon of the Etch.
Iiik II ii I let In trues Into nmro
Homes IhroiiKliout (he oultldu Islands
Hum mi j other iuwhiapcr publMicd
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