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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, THURSDAY, MAY 16, 1912.
Geary Street, above Union Square
European Plan $1.60 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.H.Love, Honolulu representative.
SUN FRANCISCO " K11.3""
Reinforced Concrete Building. 225 Room. 2t first
class citing houses ulthln t block. Rsteslt, 11.60
to 14.00 perdu. F. L4A.VV.Iurpln.Propl.il Mart-
A hotel centrally locnted,
nn tuxy unlk tn business
and places of amusement,
but with the tropical sur
roundings of a suburban
Cmma St above Vineyard
roil injoymi:nt at am, timi:s.
trains ao to Tim noon
Auto hi lent service on tho premises
Newly Renovated Best Hotel
Tourist Trado Solicited .
C. W. SPITZ Proprietor
Only establishment on the Island
equipped to do Dry Cleaning.
Walkiki Beach Resort
FURNISHED COTTAGES.. $1-50 Day
FURNISHED ROOMS.. 75c, $12 Month
PETER GIBB, Proprietor
Now Open Phone 2836
ME FOR A SWIM AT THE
Says the Wise Bather
Woven Uire Mattresses
Klna and Alakea 8treeta Honolulu
OAHU FURNITURE CO.
Klna Street, opposite Young Hotel
P. O. Uox BtO
L. CHONG & CO.,
Mattress Upholstering and Furniture
22 BERETANIA NEAR NUUANU
Wing Chong Co.
KING ST., NKAU BETHEL
Dealers In Furniture, Mattresses,
etc., ete. All kinds of KOA and MIS
SION VUHMTUItK made Id order.
llino you book j on mint hound,
ruling done, or books made, Head them
to the II u lie tin ob printing untl
We have just received a shipment
of the newly invented
For making developing easy.
Ingento Developing Tablets
Cover prnctlcully nil tho deve loping agents In general use,
giving tin- photographer hit favorite developer hi I'otu
pact, convenient riml iriuininluil rorin
Ingento Developing Tablets
Am prepared from the puiest iln munis with absolute ne
curnc) of weight nnil i harm ti r Th' hiiIIU It ntJ (oin
pressed to resist uiij deterioration ni.il nn put up I ti muli-t-pioof
glass e ontuinc rs ,
Ingento Developing Tablets
Save tho photograph cr nil litter nnil muss There Is no
bother ot opening pneknges of powders mnl no waste'
This new method of preparing chemicals has be-en ex
tended I joint dev i lopers iitul Include' SULPHITE OF
SODA, CARBONATE OF SODA mnl general photographic
preparations, I. o :
INGENTO REDUCING TABLETS, INGENTO RE
STRAINING TABLE TS (Bromide of Potash), INGENTO
INTENSIFYING TA DLCTS,
NO MEASURING NO WEIGHING NO DIRT
Ask us for Descriptive Booklet
HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
Market wi: no not niwim: Tim snnvirns op a nn. wi
m:y to tw.i. us oi'it mi:ath Aim rimt: irom CON
TAMINATION AND OK A QUALITY THAT IS SlTl'niUOIt
to any koi, 0 111:1111 Tin: patrons, ok this mauki:t
KNOW IT AND TIU.I. US
HEILBRON & LOUIS, Proprietors
Bargains in Veranda Rockers
IHIUIII.K ItATIAX SKATS AM) HACKS
Priced from $1.60 to $4.40
COYNE FURNITURE CO., fan Bid.
in the price of
PUTS TIIKM WITHIN Tim WIACil OP AM. I'SHIIS OP
J. H0PP &
INGENTO BLUE PRINT
Electric Co., Ltd.
For June Wedding
JEWELER8 113 HOTEL ST.
Says the man
Next Union Grill, on King St.
Due From Seattle June 2
SO HORSES and 24 LARGE MULES
518 S. King M.
OKOLEHAO HAWAIIAN LIQU6r
AMERICAN and SCOTCH WHI8KIE8
RED, WHITE and 8PARKLING
LARGE and 8MALL BOTTLES.
Special Attention Paid to Family
ROSA & CO.,
Corner Queen and Alakea Streets
TRY THE NEW HONOLULU BREW
A HOME BEER
r'Olt HAM! AT ALL UAHS
You'll Und they're nil good fel
"It's the Fashion"
Hotel or. Fort D. II. Darin. Frop,
YOU'LL FIND WHAT YOU WANT
City Hardware Co.
NUUANU AND KING 8TREET8
Watch Us Grow
James Guild Company
HOU8E FURNISHING Q0OD3
'Collins Block Telephone 3591
u s consul i:Ni:itAi. sam
MONS of Yokolinluu will pass through
Honolulu on .liny i on the .Mutichtirlu,
bnund for the tliulllluml
I.AUUn.NCi: THOMPSON, of Purdue1 portion of Pnlulii Valley, District of
University, Is u pasBenger on the Kii-, Komi, Clt mnl County of Honolulu,
rcu. on his wny to the Philippines. He Island of Oahu, inatiku of n line drawn
wi,s met by several local college! men, mrns snld Piilolo Valley from the Ma-fcllow-inembtrH
of Setn Tlietn P f ru-' lion ridge to the Wnlnlae ridge, follo.v
teri'lt), mid escorted to spots of Inter- Inn the makal buunilurlei of the land
est liround tho city nf Wnllupe unit of the Wnloiiiniilinmc-
II K HAHMON, of Ilrookln, S Y, stenils. unlem the wrlttm pirinlnilfin
has returned to the mainland after n of the I'lre Warden Iiiih heen tlrst ob
vacalloii trip In Hawaii, , tnlneil
A. V T IIOTTOMI.i:V, of Hlshop
Hank, uccompaiiled by Mrs llottom-
Ity and A V. T llottomley, Jr, were
returning passerine In tho Patllle
Mall liner Korea that urrlved from the
coast this morning
Mil AND MUS. C Ti:.MPI.r.TONouf
CKOCKKIl, iiccompntiled by a bey of
senantK, are dlstini;ulshed San Fran
cisco society people who urrlved In
the I'aclllc Mall liner Korea this
nun nine The Crackers propose mak
ing a nextetided lslt to Nations points
of interest throughout the Islands
Oi:01tOK S. OAY, brother to Prim-
els (lay of Kuuul, Is tin arrlMil from
tin const In tho Korea this iiimnlng
ll'IKll-: CIIAHI,i:S 1 I.ANDIS. a
well known Pittsburg Jurist, with Mrs
Lundls, Is malting u tour of the Pa
c'llc as it pnssenger In the liner Korea.
AUGUST 1)AIJI) mid ltoberl II Hill
nn two Pittsburgh, Penn , business
men on it tour of the Kar Kast. They
mi Included among the through pas
sengers In the Pnclllo Mall liner Ko
lea 1' I IIA71'e ..1... t.,b..U 1.., I.t.ltr.,,1
trips across the Pnclllo, Is u well'
known tea Liner He Is it through
passenger In the l'ucllU' Mull steamer
CIIAHMIS O IIOCKUS, the business
man iitul broker, Is back from ti tout
ol the coast, during which time he
pattlclpatcd In the Shriller festivities
at l.os Angeles Mr. llockus relumed
this morning as a passenger In the
Mlt AND MUS. A. 1) DIAS, who
liae been Identllled with the settle
ment and growth of Sacramento Coun
ty, Calif., are passengers In the Ko
rea for Honolulu They propose tak-iiii-
up a country place In the Mends
and accompanying them on the steam
er were several head of flue blooded
stock, Including cows, culves and
VICTOR MAIIKUX. representing n i
Nevv York paper supply house. Is uday, the 17th elay of May, A I) 1912,
through passenger to tho Orient In the nt 10 o'clock In the forenoon of tint
S. IIOSKNTHAI. and MAX TOlllAS
through passengers In the I'aclllc Mull
steamer Korea, lire commercial men
representing n string of coist busi
ness concerns. Thby lire credited wltn
being the tiiBtlguturs of a line line of
entertainment given on board during
tho voyage from the dolden Onto to
MRS. O. I POLLOCK and MIsj
Lucy Itlchiirdson are members of n
small party of travelers uboanl the
Pacific Mull liner Korea, who will
visit extensively In Japan.
YOUR DRUGGl"sT CAN STOP
If you are suffering from Hczema,
Psoriasis or any other kind of skin
trouble, drop Into our stole for In
stant relief. Wo will guarantee to
stop that Itch In two seconds.
We have sold other remedies for
skin troubles, but none thut we could
lecommend more highly tluiu tho well
known compound of Oil of Winter
green, Thymol and a few other ingred
ients that have wrought such wonder
ful cures all over tho countty.
This compound Is known us I) 1). D.
Prescription for Kczeuia and we know
thut the very tlrst application will cool
and heal the Itchy, burning skin as
nothing else cull.
W know thut I). D. D. prescription
will bring relief. Come In and see us
about It. Ilenson, Smith & Co , Ltd.
HIL0 RAILWAY TO
BRIDGE MAULUA GULCH
One of the grcntest pieces of work
attempted by thu llllo Hallway Com
pany is about to bo coiniiieiiced In tho
construction of the Maulua bridge It
will be over a thousand feet long, and
will have a height of ir,0 feet, making
It tho lurgest bridge on tho extension,
It Is estimated that It will take nearly
three months to complete It,
The railroad people fully expect to
bo running trains to I.niipahoehou by
tho end of September. This bridge
has been the greatest obstacle tho
rallway-biilldeiH have et had to con
VISITING PADRE IS
WELCOMED AT RECEPTION
The locnl chapter of tho Ancient
Order of Hibernians tendered a de
lightful reception to I'ather Carahor,
tho Htnle chaplain, at the alumni hall
last night. K. I). Creedon presided
over tho gathering nnd Father
O'ltourko's orchestra furnished tho
music, and played a number of old
Irish airs. Illshop Libert and a num
ber of the local priests vvera present.
Tho alms and accomplishments of
Catholic societies was tho themo ot
the remarks mndo by Father Carahor.
Tlie Stars and Stripes will fly over
tho 1100 polling places for tho Now
Jersey primaries on May 28, In com
pllanco wit ha law recently passed.
I 39 Merchant Sfect
Brush Fires In Patoto Valley.
Notice I hercb given Hint In ac
cordance with Seitlon fi of Act 71 of
the Session l.nws of 110",, It l forhld-
den tn start tires fur the burning of
iinmli. ilry grass, no, tor n periou oi
three months from ilate, within that
The law rendu "such lire shall not
be started during a heavy wind with
out sutllclciit help promt to control i
the same, and the tire shall be watch- '
ed by the pirsori xetthu? the same, or
bv oiinpetent n,'i tits of III-", until put i
Permits may be ohtalneil from Mr
Sam It Stone, I'lre Warden, Palolo
ItAMMI S IIOSMIUt,
Chief Plre Warihn
Honolulu, llnwall, May K,, 1913
K1X May If,, II!. IS
UNITED STATES OF AMERICA.
In tho District Court of the United
States for the Territory of Hawaii.
WimimAS n tllul of Information
win. Hied In the DtnirUt Court of tho
Cnlted States for the Territory of Ha
waii, nn the .'Atli ila of September,
A I) 19II. bv Kohirt W Hrechons,
I i:i Attnrne) of tile t'nlted Stntes
1 'or the Terrltorv of llnwnll. In the
name and hi behalf of the t'nlted Stntes
of America, ngalnxt the Schooner "Con
cord." her boats, tackle, nppirel nnd
furniture, seeking to enforce certnln
penalties nlleged tn have bei u Incurred
by ald vessel for violation of the nav
igation laws of the Culled Slates, to
vvlt, Articles 2 mnl U of Section I of
An Act of the Convtress of tin, United
States entitled "An Act to Adopt Iteg
ulatlons for preventing Collisions at
Sen," approved June 7. 1M7:
NOW. Timimroim. In pursuance
of the monition, mid under the seal of
the Court to me direct nnd delivered,
I do hereby give public notice tn nil
persons claiming the said Schooner
Concord," her boats, tackle, nppnrel
nnd furniture, or In any manner Inter
ested tin rein, that they lie mid appear
before the said District Court, to lia
held nt the Cltv of Honolulu, on IYI-
dny, provided the same shall be a. day
of Jurisdiction; otherwise on the next
day of Jurisdiction thereafter, then nnd
there to Interpose their claims und tn
make their iillegatlnns In Hint behalf
Dated the 11th day of May, A. D.
n. n. imNDitY.
United stntes Marshal.
noimitT yv iiimcKo.Ns.
c. c. niTTiNa,
United Stntes Attorney nnd Assistant
United States Attorney.
May 13, H, 15
SPECIAL MEETING OF THE
HONOLULU GAS COMPANY, L1M-
Notice Is herebj given that, by order
of the directors, n special inciting of
tin Honolulu Uns Company. Limited,
will lie held nt the ottlco of Castle a
Wlthlngton, Merchant street, opposite
the I'OHtolllce, In Honolulu, nt 9 o'clock
a. in, Saturdnj, .May 18. 1912, for tho
purpose of iilithorUIng u bond Issue,
the refunding of the present bonds of
th'i company, to provide for a trust
deul, ami every other mutter Incidental
to sue h principal purposes.
Dated, Honolulu, May JO, 1112
A N campiu:m
Secretary, Honolulu Oas Co, Ltd
r234 May II, H, 16, 17
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the Matter of tha F.lat. r vn
Hoy, Also Known as Young Hoy, '
The undersigned having been duly
iiPliolnCeel Administrator of the Kstnto
of Yong Hoy, also known us Young
lloj, deceased, hereby give's notice to
nil ireelltnr of said de cedent tn pre
sent their claims, duly mtthntlciited
mid with proper vouchers. If miy exist,
and whether such claims lie secured
or unsecured, to the undersigned nt the
ntllces of Douthltt ft Coke-, attorneys nt
law, 208-9 McCandless building, Hnno
lulu, T. II . within six () months from
the date of the tlrst publication of this
nonce, sin. i unto being May 2, 1912 or
thu same will lie forevir barred
ntr.DnmcK w cautimi.
Administrator of the i:atute of Yong
5227 May 2. 9. If,, 2.1, 30
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In the Matter of tho Estate of James
F. Morgan, Deceased.
The undersigned being the duly np-
polnted llxccutrlx of tho Will of Jntnes
1 .'ixiKiiu, neceiiseii, uere liy gives no
tice to all creditors of said decedent
to present their claims, duly uuthentl
cnted nnd with proper vouchers, lr any
exist, mid whether such claims bo se
cured or unsecured, to the undersign
ed at tlie olllee of Messrs. Smith, War
ren & Heinenwiiy, attorneys nt law. In
tlie Jiidd llulldlug, in Honolulu, Ter
rltorj of llnwall, within six (6) months
from the date of the first publication
i"i ems nonce, sum uate being May 16,
I 1912. Or Wltllln ttlv CV nnnll,u r-nm
the day they full due. nr the same will
be forever barred
Dated, Honolulu, T II , May 1C, 1912
MAItCUItr.T T MOmiAN.
Kxieutrlx of the Will of James I' Mor
smith wahiii:n & hi:m.:nway.
, Attnrne) h for llxecutrlx
, ''219 -May 1G. 23, 30; Juno 6, 11
Aillsllr Job printing run ulnars he
I obtained (mm the Hit I let Ill's com.
plclclj fiiulppcd Juh printing plant
Sealed proposals will be received by
the Loan I unil Con-ilssiun of the City
ami Count) of Honolulu up to twelve
tc( f Sutunliiy, Amy IS, 1912,
fllr ,K. ,n,tniithm of lift) -live thou
sand, live hundrid mid twentj -four and
jthrei-tenllis IIikuI Tiet (B5.f,J4 .!'), or
tin nnil lift) -two liundredthi miles of
IIiIkIiuu), ckslgn.ited ns Section Two
I of tlie Oahu Ili.lt Itouil, mid extending
from the end of the prem lit in.icud.i
nib.i'.l road In Walalua I)lntrlct,
tlironnh Wiilaii.ie-uka unci Walplo IJIt-
, trlits, to the imic'ndaml7td road at Kl-
pnp.i (Julcli, In the District or Wnlplu,
i 'Ity nnd County of Honolulu
l'liipciils shall be on forms furnlrh
ed liy lha Commission
lich liiddir rhnll state In his irn-
(I) A "piclllc sum for which lie will
fnnil"li nil Iiil or, tools and material.
except ns sjmiIIIiiI to be furnished liy
the Clt mid Count) of Honolulu, nec
essary to eoinph le the work III nc
eordmiee with the plans unit specifica
tions (Si 'Die dnte upon which he will
ngtee to have the work completed.
The CouuulsMiun, In dt ttrmliilng
which hid Is the lowest, will consider
the itlffi rciicc hi lime of promised com
pit Hon stilted 111 the bids at the rale
"f l'lft (tBuooi Dollars for ench day
Proposals shall be In n sealed en
velope addressi'd to T II Petrle, Sec
renry or the I.om I'lind Commission,
Cltv mid Coiintv of Honolulu, Itoom
01, Young llulldlug, Honolulu, and
plalnlv marked on the outside, "Pro
po'al for the Construction of Section
2, (i.ihu Hell Itoid"
All proposals shall be nccompiuled
by a certllleil checli for n sum e'quil to
five t,H ) per cent of the tender
PI ins, specltlintlntn. and forms of
tenders can be hid on application to
the Knglneer of the Commission, 11.
Stuart Johnson, Ittnim CI, Young llulld
A deposit of Ten (J10 00) Dollars
will be reiiulred for each sot of plans
nnd speriiinitiiins taken.
Chairman, Loin I'lind Commission,
City unil County of Honolulu.
Se-nled Proposals will be received by
tlie Superintendent of Public Works
until 12 in. of Wednesday, May 29,
1912, for constructing u Dormitory for
the tlojs Industrial School nt Wnlalce,
Unhu, and on the same day and data
will also be received Sealed Proposals
for an addition tn Dormitory No 2.
l!os Industrial School, Walaelee,
Plans, speclllcntlons and blank forms
of tenders ure on tile hi the ottlco of
the Superintendent of Public Works of
tho Territory of Hawaii, Cupltol Hulld
the Superintendent of Public Works
reserves the right to reject any mid
all tenders for either work.
Superintendent of Public Works.
Honolulu, May 4, 1912.
During my absence from the Ter
ritory. Mr Charles P Osborne will
curry on my undertaking business as
The embalming branch will be In
chnrge of two expe rlenced assistants
whose shliuilm; ruses linvn r,l.
given perfect satisfaction, as scores of
letters on tile testify
H II WILLIAMS
Honolulu, April 21, 1912.
Watches that won't
Yes. I want )ou tn send mei
Sour vviitehes that won't keep
time, wnti lies the average
watchmaker ran not Mx No
work too ellltlcult for me to do
I employ no tinkers, but expert
watchmakers, and supervise nil
work ni n if nii.l cheerfull) guar
antee evcrj Job
llstlniates given when re
iiulied Wm. Prucha
EXPERT WATCH MAKER
1128 FORT ST. . HONOLULU
WAS AWARDED HIGHEST HONORS
At the recent California State Fair
held at Sacramento:
A GOLD AWARD
A BLUE RIBBON AWARD anel
A CA8H PRIZE
E. O. II.U.L 4 SOX, LTD.
Cor. Klug nnd Fori Sis, HONOLULU
llnriluiirc. Taints nnd Oils, Ship,
chandlery, Sloten, Crockery, (limes,
nure and Kllrheu Utensils Sporting
finoda, fiuus, lleioliers and Ainiuunl
linn. I The w,','M, IMItlon 0f (lip Kit-11.
lug II 11 1 1 oil n goes Into more
Homes throughout (hi, outslilc Inlands
than mi) other newptipcr published
In Hawaii. ,
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