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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, May 21, 1912, 3:30 EDITION, Page 7, Image 7',
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CVENINfl BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, TUESDAY, MAY 21, 1912.
L ' WW WWPW HHHWIWW li III Pill ill
A Wonderful Sanitary
CENTRAL CIVIC BODY PLAN 15
Mot Himltnrj bccaut.e now here
In the entire lining nr food cninpirt
nicnt Is there a. single groove, crack
or ircvk'o where a Rnnn hip dodge,
tlio cleaning clnth, and there din ncv
rr be any such hiding places, because,
unlike nil fitlicr sn-e ailed stone, tdato
or tllc-llncd refrigerators, Xvno stnno
inn never chip, ernik or discolor Cor
ners rounded; Hhelvcs, Ico tank, every
IhliiB slide's out from front, then n
gllntmlng, naked snow-white llnlnr
of XYNO stone, ns durable, as nickel
steel, lieiiutlfnl iih marlile, nml us
ciisllv cliancd iih glass.
'llir UIiIik l.tlnTor Ih itiO t m
!im1ml I'lrM H'tiui nf prii
hmrr tlimi nii ollirr rrfrlKrnmr il ir
iiiK to nprn u h Hip UliliH ImikIi r in
i lilt Inn Humiil. Il(uiui of mini
mum lie ircuIUMiiriitM Tlio nihiK H
MMstrut tt1 i)( tight hcpiinitu nml iih
tlwl wnlN or niftlng, MiriiltiltiR n rut
mutt liiiiK, Im hnlliiK i iiilnoml wont
lining nml tlic VN() Htitnn lllilnc II
Kn w nut tilt? limit, kw h 111 th mil
I tirthi rnnur? tin ItliliiM;itiil r linn i
ih;iln u;c nKlfiii ninl 11 fMuii "f i ir
ulnljnn (lint Hinrnnlt tH thrnimlimit
tin otitlro rrfrlmti)i nhxnltiti' lr
ii Ir 'I In In- ihnmhcr 1 nimh of rti-t
liriMif K'iliinlol lrn wllh 1 m k
wlnntliit; MiMir to Inxnro prnpor ilmin
dp ('ttMnrU of tiniiillfiilly-nl1u 1
nit ililisl ink, unmnilltioitiilly iiiinii
lit (I hkuImM unrplim nr full Ink iiimt
It i hh Kcl ti (minings,
Representative Men of City Be
gin Work "For Love of
COMMITTEE NAMED TO
I ENLIST COOPERATION
Commcicial Bodies Asked to
Hearty Aid ,
(Ions some place where wo roulil
put Hip trunpH He urged a grent
central organization to which the Pod
oral !nerrmipnt rnuld turn for advlco
and assistance And let us do all
this,' he said amid applause, "for (ha
love of Honolulu '
,1 I!, Halt warned against the. dan
cer of one orcanlZRiloii pulling against
'another, llliislrailng his remarks with
a remliilsccme of the opposite action
strong publli hod. Willi the Joining ,)f ,,, oimmhcr of Commeree anil tho
oi nanus oi an our earnesi orsers in Mor(i,nntH' Assorlatlon on the coast
In one representative Hawaii Chamber w))(J lR,cnKPr regulation
of Commerce, let us sa. e would ,,, r nI10 nduxaled that tlio
then he able not otil to cement the mnMpr ,0 .,t first to the Chamber of
gnoil work which has nlreaih been (mmorco nnd the McrclinntH Asso
lione, but to hae the assurance of far r,mi , ,i,.rde He said If they
greater things In the future With our KmMt ,)l0 roBl M he easy sailing.
Chamhers ut Commerce, MerihantB, A M i'ord declared that a better im
Asolatlon. I'romollon Committee. ,cri)nnunK between Hie commercial
CUIe rederatlon. Public Scnlic Asso- i,n(t.H nm t,P pbllc generally must
elation, ami our man other epiall M, roarOI, that tlio people must bo
i.scful cllc orFniiIzntlc.n so cnnsolbla rprm,red without regard to station,
ted, and each pulling together as .Wfllt, or rniP.
Htrolitr rnnilnllleeH In inrrlnif on tlietl . - ' . .
ri.lOW Ope.) DOO.8 aiKl Londln..? "'' ""r'"1"?".-: .-Inicl.ate aeS s,aUng8Z.P the org",,:
M1HII IliOI.' itll It I'll 1(1111 t'lllIK It'I I'll . .. i lit .... I .1 1A .1
lod, of men women stirring up' !llIlJ'f', .J"a d,"1 tt
indn'nuVentirarfira;:! A-' '"7 -!.,-'
Hh promfimiil tiKMnbrrH of Ihr
iui iiMiiiiiiiviii Mii'iniM'in im niri u Miiion inipriiiiiK imr nnnirH inwani . . . - rt,-. tnnA M
t hamber of ComnVT... and ,,o M,r the Improvements thai are s urgent , "', " ! "' "'" ,1, 1
hauls Association ileclirliig lliil I) needed'
these two bodies should Join in the This started the dlsi usslon
proposal for one great mitral orgiuil lively niaunor .lames A Hath head
Come in and let us show you this wonderful Refrigerator, also
our twenty different styles and varieties of Rhinelander
FROM $16.00 AND UP.
Sec our Window
Sec our Window
Ask Your Grocer For It,
Arc tho choice of the exclusive man tor summer wear. Dig stock of varied
SI. SO up.
The Oriental Crepe Goods Co.
61 KING STREET NEXT TO ADVERTISER OCFICE
Bargains in Veranda Rockers
doijiim: iivtia.v ,si:'is a.m. hicks
Priced from $1 60 to $4.40
COYNE FURNITURE CO., Young Bid.
me that the dinner was for discus-
slop of the project and not for hasty
ill Ion, niiinlganiiillng most or the pres 'of I'alamn Settlement, emphasized the Clergy Indorse Plan,
on! publli and semi publli organlsM . value that a central organisation' Ulshop Itcstarlck gnve his Indorse,
tlons of the cllv, the dinner given by could he In charltj, educational and men! n the plans, and so did Illshop
Mr J P Cunko at the Utilversll) Club philanthropic work. Mr Cool-e read Mliert, the latter suggesting that tho
hist evening started the movement n letter from exdnvernor Carter in , work proc etd carefully and bo assured
with mine prospedB of success than doming the Idea heartily and telling "f pcrmniiencv lis It progressed,
mom or Hie diners had expected 'or the experience or Hoc healer, V. "r Sc udder liked the Idea or a
'I hornugh disc usslon of tho alms and Then (ieoige W Smith wascallcd up 'people's rorum " Ills talk was along
partial illsi usslon or Hie plan or rorina on to point out some of tlio obstacles "in lines of public meelliiBS where
Moil expressions or linnet,!, opinion as In the vvnv Mr Minlth. iilll.n'.mli bo erv man should hnvo a xolco.
lo ihe .iilvnutnges anil clrawbaiks, nnd incut lorn el a number or obslailes sald '' -' Atherton then moved the adop
ihrongh all the spirit or a slneere at hlmseir lb.it none should be Insur Him of the resolution which was after
tiinpi to give Honolulu n public bod immutable, and personal)) ravore-d tho wards tho basis ror tho plan of action
liiverv sense or the word all con plan hcarlllv anil Kiiggesled He n. nilnpted The original resolution was
trlliilecl lo ical piogiess las! night polntmelil or n strong committee lo ror tlio appointment of n committee to
Ihe i one role acllon was the naming begin at once working out plans with look Into the reaslblllt of forming
e r a commlllce h) a resolution moved Hie cooperation or the bodies iilfec tod.' " a popular organization as tnoso
In P C Atherton and adopted aRer Hlqh Ideals Should Actuate. I present had talked over
liberal amendments It Is as follows I.. Tonne) Peek dwelt noon the all W. H Panlngtoii wns then called
lie solved That the following gen- truistlc spirit which would mak,- a upon and pointe-d out that the Japan
ilemin P Dillingham, II von civic organization large c iioukIi an I cse and Chinese nnd other elements of
linuiin I P I'avton. I. T Peck, II A icdastlc enough lo tneel the- needs of the cll's iiopulallon should bo repre
I i nidi ! Smith liilin A Hughes,1 the clt, now and In the future ' It U tented on the committee named to tako
ltlihard II 'I rent. Major Pern, John a matter of Idc'ils." he (lectured Ho the matter up "li seems to mo that
It (-all S Sheba Win Kwul Pong,' Mild that he liked the Ideal or public (ieneral Maiotnb has sounded tho key
and A I' Caiiro be nppolnteil a com- welfare." and that with the hroadc r note of the situation when lie said tills
nililee lo Investigate Hie feasibility or spirit Imbuing the intn or Honolulu. organization should he Tor tho love of
lorinlng a united civic organization In dm piaillcnl working or Ihe plan Honolulu." " ho ..aid "That's what
Honolulu to he known as tho Hawaii would come easllj ivvlll make the organization great. Tho
Chamber of Commerce or anotherl (ioiurnl M M Muiomb In a verv, j eople o( Honolulu must love tho city,
mime ecpiallv suitable Tor Hie purpose, practical vvh) told Just how such au must speak well of It, must be proud
and at a public meeting, to he (alloc! organization can he of Incalculable' or II I should suggest that the Chain
In the committee mnke a icporl sub- henellt to Hawaii I her of Commerce throw upon Its doors
mil titans foi sue h an niganlzatlou, on "Pi mil Ihe viewpoint of Ihe Pcdernl and sa. 'l-t nil come In'"
make some other definite recomnien-' !ov eminent ' he leinnrkeil, "we must Want Outline of Detinlte Scheme.
d.Ulcins to carrv out the spirit of this know tho feillng of the people Ik re I 15 H Puxton suggested an nmenil
meeting llhere should be some centiul or"an- innnt to the resolution lo provide that
Cxprcsjlon Free. Mzailon with which the federal nil when the committee mado Its report,
'I here was Ihe utmost latitude In the elals inulil coopernte 'Iheio Is now It lax out some plan f organization.
xpiiHsluii or views last night but no no coordination of activities b'-twecn This was afterwards Incorporated In
one oppeihed Ihe idea generally. In the two" lie Inslnnced Isolate d e jtlie resolution.
fact It was admitted universally that nmples of lucky iihipi rjiilon, mcullnn W (1. Smith told of tho work of tho
Ihere Is need for itioie cooperation and lug the fnct that Knlmukl s improve-' s.u, Diego Chamber of Commerce, nnd
(oiirilln.illnn mining the public bodies ill work .mil the1 Pent linger work Indorsed the Idea thai the Chamber of,
of Honolulu and Ihe elements or Ho j (tow-tail lo the advantage ot both, and Coiumerie "throw open Its doors and
iiolulu's lire (ieneral M. M Maiomb, that Moaualiia's private betterment accept the good-will and tho member-
I M lo'iim.inillng the department plans nnd Port Shafler's ilc vclopincnt snip of every good (IHzen"
ifl'avvnil pointed Hits out ipilto dell have been mntiiall) helpful "Hut this' Mnor Pern however, spoke for
nlie'i hv Hinting that Ihere I no gren inetely haiieued so." ho raid "I'e pcHlponlng acllon uulU tlio Merchant'
eenlrnl nrirnnlzalloii Ik roiow till tmiT) tween Iheso two KpolH v.e ii.ive n great Association and Hie Chamber ot Com
Pederal (loveinmetit can turn fornl- vvnterfront almost a desert Some--' irerce themselves should meet with
vice oi assistance tiling must be done with this. If tho somo of those present last night nnd
The basis of Mlscusslon or. rather, people of I ho (own would unite, thev ngrco to the plat, of amalgamation Ho
Hh'IiiIIIiiI lii''"lus. was furiilshod by would bo able (cask for large appro nlso spoke for n brotherhood of all
II (idoillng Plcld, who read nu nblo prlatlous ami I have no doubt vou races nnd all residents as tho basis for
raiirr on nubile oignnlzallon. Mr would get them You should tinlto on united action
( ok who tit iiil as Informal toast- lotno plnn for the vvnterrront bctweciil After n number of brief comments
icasicr (ailed upon Mr Plehl llrst. Port Do l!uss and Port Armstrong, had been made, all favoring tho Idea,
Mr Plehl spoko of what has been ac- Then there are the slopes of Punch the original resolution was added to
(oinpllslu d elsewhere along theso bowl, now a inllltiir) reservation Tho nnd redrafted Into the form previous-llne-H
instituting the Cleveland Cham- pioposltlon now In to return part of It inenliiiued and passed unanimously,
her or (online ice He said In part 'the mllltnr) reservation there (or a Then (he mooting adjourned, alter
c iiiii i nil orliuiNl) realize that park It would Im or Meat value when passing with applause a motion by
now is the opportune time (or the i-eti boilles or Ihe tnllllar are brought to George W Smith tot,vo)lng tlio thanks
Iralizaliuii ot our civic effort Into one the cltv for procchslous or ulebrn (Continued on Page 8)
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Union-Pacific Transfer Co.
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sj ojiijmjnj Jiiorv uoiM jnq ic)etlD si pc s:qx
iriiiiiiiiit iiiir mmmmmmr- -"-"
Here is illustrated one
part of the wonderful sanitary
Bottling Plant of the Honolulu
Brewing & Malting Company,
The picture shows the discharge end of the Pasteurizer with the Labeling Maclr'nc,
and bottles of the BRIGHT- SPAIIKLI NCI -- NOUR1SHI NG-- R.KFRI5SH ING-
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