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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, FRIDAY, MAY 17, 1912.
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3462 FEET OF FILM
Two years spent in the making of the pic
ture film. Cost $200,000. Endorsed by
the presidents of all leading colleges,
Will be seen
ACTION OF "BIG FOUR" MAY
STIR BUSINESS MEN TO PROTEST
Iho award of a contract to supply
tho city tiro department with two ad-
dltlonal Seagrave combination motor-
Mum chemical engines, also an 80-
horsepower tractor, besides a quantity
nf Incidentals, making the total
amount Involved $in,l)27, without tall
Itiir fnr iniimotttlvn bills linn lirndlireil
nl.ui the ends of the' scaled "Wk
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four" on tho Hoard of Supervisors,
storm of protest,
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number, which were only received
hole some weeks ago, were purchos-
cd through the Schuman agency.
Supervisor McClellan explained last
evening that the Seagravo company
had In tho past few weeks passed to
tio Lnch company. It was pointed
out that when the first tenders wcro
received for Scagrao trucks one bid
came from the Honolulu Iron works,
.lth which McClellan Is tdentllled I ration of tho resolution calling for tho
"Wo propose to lot tho contract foe expenditure of $1G,000, (
tlieso additional Scngrae machines Low matlo a strong plea In be
whether you like It or not, ' half of a long lino of residents and
declared Murray last night, In rising taxpayers who happened to bo pres
and expressing his contempt at tho out and clamored fur better streets,
objection ofTercd by Members Low audi Ills appeal did not deter tho majority
Dwlght , I faction on the Hoard from backing up
i'l.ot us havo a square deal." advis- Murray In his meaBuro for equipping
e,l Uiw when tho proposal that Sea-i
bo purchased from tho,
ny came up. "Thero aro
oilier manufacturers of auto llro
trucks. Let us give soma of the oth-
Most Wonderful Creation of the Age of Picture Building. .
The Last Word in Motion Pictures.
Picture Produced at a Cost of $200,000.
Students should not miss this picture story of
wanderings of Ulysses.
for the first
cr agenclcB represented in Honolulu
a chanco at the fat slice of business
that seoms to have been diverted to"1' .","!. ff", " ,.,,,'" ' '
the Seagmo concern and Its several J.T,, "?!,", ,i?"'., ,., !lt i ?
Dwlght declared himself on what he
termed "steam-roller methods pur-.
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Huuli 1,y "cClellan. Murray. Kruger ft'lng dellclt of nearly fho thousand dol
. forcing the SeagrnNe truck lars but his figures failed to appeal tn
upon the city, to tho exclusion of any
other make of machine.
Mllverton Smoothed the Way.
Deputy Attorney MUterton Bald that
tho Hoard was acting In accordanco
with itB charter and laws so long as
it was specifically stated in tho ton
ders that Seagrave cars wcro wanted.
tfy Insisting on tho Seagrao car, Mil
Norton decided that it was not necos
nary tor the Hoard to advertise for
bids, and advised against tho nubll
tho Honolulu lire department. Those
who voted that the exclusive contract
bo glcu tho Seagrao agents were
McClellan, Murray, Kruger, Arnold
time in Honolulu tonight at VE LIBERTY
Kruger now comes forward, and lie
vsould hate all tho present garbage de
partment equipment thrown out and
motor-driven wagons substituted.
Last night, practically tho entire
membership of tho Hoard took a ding
at the. matter of roads, Tho City and
County roads hae staunch champions
l In Supervisors Low, Dwlght and Ar
nold, lliese thrio took tho stand thai
ftomethlng should be done, and without
delay It was argued that while th'i
I IIIMCCtC bt lfV4 lV lW US fci W WI,w.e
I crease and Improvement, the toads of
'the City and County wont begging.
Low nttcmptul to point out a star
it cut catlttnie uj i
jrtfttiTM. Tl-T ftfcntal
amar m Ut few,
doiuli W, an
Jick Hniith ul tUimiM, u b3Eo. km,
3mll Pill, Snail Oeio, Small Prtco
Genuine miiUm Bignaturo
OVER 1000 ACTORS
Required in the cast of characters. Con
sideied the acme of animated picture
manufacture. A classical, sensational, in
among the solid
One Low Bidder Wins Out.
ricanco, the lowest bidder on a
contract 16 complete tho improvement
of upper Nuuanti atentie, was award
cd tho contract ni last night's meeting
with Supervisor Low as the solo ob
jector. The claim wub mado by Low
that the successful bidder had fallen
down on a previous piece of work.
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ly questioned by several other mem
bcrs on the Hoard.
Tho Carlos Long plat, known as the
Olomana Tract, is laid out according
to existing regulations and a favorable
report was received from Jinglnoet
Whltehouae. It has been adopted. I
Passing of Reit-House Row.
Kaliniikl was well represented nt
tho meotlng at which a parting Beah
nf nppioval wns placed on tho plctur-
esque design for a rest house to be
erected at the corner of Ulghth avenue
and Walalau road. Attorney Mills
mid a nuuibor of his adherents woro
on hand to carry forth a domonstra-l
tlon The Hoard ngreod to tho orec
tlon of the structure provided It com
pllcb with tho specifications present
Iced-Flih BUI Passed.
Tho Hoard passed to flnal reading a
bill which has to do with tho rcgula
tiou of tho sale of Iced llsh Then
aro some radical changes Involved li
tho passage of Oils measure.
While money was lavishly spout foi
(Ire apparatus, a sum of throe thou
sand dollars actually required to
place two bridges on windward Oahu
In condition has been withhold for tho
time being despito the rccoinmonda
tlon of Engineer Whltehouso. Hauula
bridge Is declared unsafe to t raffle of
any kind, while tho Kalialiiu bridge
may bo uble to stand up fur somu
Paving Galore, but on Paper.
All kinds of permanent paving I
mooted, but so far It is all on paper
Last evening Chairman Dwlght pun
ed the center of nn amused bunch ot
municipal lawmakers in Ills effort to
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of a number of down town streets.
I Dwlght was sincere enough In his In
I tnntlnnn tint tlin trouble Is that tlu
municipal coffers nro bare
The Hoard did pass an approprln
tlon bill calling for tho pavement ol
Ulshop street from Merchant to Queen
streets with bitulltlilc. This will cost
fttno, according to figures secured
rrom Agent Joseph Oilman,
Dwlght would also pnvo King streot
from Nuiianu to Alakca with ohlu
block and Whltehouso has been ro
quested to preparo estimates on the
err Hcrger has been given six
months' vacation with full pay. A. IJ '
Marrallluo, clerk in tho Auditor' or
flee, who was elected a delegates to
the 0 O I' acatlon, will get two
W"Vs pav on d six weeks' wuatlon
Murray announced that In eU'iit nt
Is the general expression a
man hears when wearing
" BENJAMIN'S " clothes.
They are so different to other
makes ; they possess an indi
vidual style that places these
garments in a class by themselves.
Corner Fort and Hotel Streets
Ilia Tcrrltor) agreeing to tho r"no'n
(if the Iron fence from around Capitol
Square the same might bo instulled
iilnug the N'uuauii rher bank to pro
nt "accidents "
working pnt lift nu the light
hiiii.it ttiiibr Kukul 4Mt(rdu, hound
for Moliikiil whin ii new llkbt is to
lit InMullt-d on Ijie-o-ka l.uui
I Ik til l to bo urn of the new
in i Hh no IturhiK iiiitciniiitltiilly
id on win ii the Mm mih iIovmi
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mi Mirloiis points riiintlj iitnl ntliiri
Iiiim rtphucd the elder lluhli Tin
Inn KlM'ii (.iluriil ltlfni lion Tin
K iitnl will In nut about u Weill
Ahsolute deerei' of .lhorce weie
gi.intiil h) Judge Whltuo) this uioru
lug tn Kim Shu Slum, tho wile, from
ll"i C'liti S'uiu. the husband, and to
Shtzu Sojcdii from Kuruso Kojeila, the
liuxlund I'u 1 1 ure to pnnldu Is the
charge made In both cases
Ask Your Grocer Fpr It.
The schooners Concord Lukn and
bailor Ilo nil were relen.i'd nu bond
jcsterila) b) the lVderal court, and
tie costs and expenses of tho libel
ngiilust the ncum'Is h.ie hecu i aid
The llbellees nro glen u wueKr tlmo
In which to tile their iiusntrs
'I tie cliarge Is fulluie to coupl wlt'i
Hie Iidernl tuarlne regulutlJtii re
I pec ting the ilni'aj of llgiits nnoird
I h shlp. while nding nt uichnr 'll the
liiibor lit nl(-'V
ITnlform Hunk Knights of l tlil.is
will gle a dunce ut the hull tomor
row owning Tho grand march will
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