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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, SJTUftDAY, MAY 25, 1912.
FOK SALE l
Kcumd-h.ind mntnr-cyelo. American,
7B, Yule. sr Indian Twin. $1.5 .
rUHNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT.
(Inod rooms from $1 .Ml In
week rfl H Hcrctunln
$1 r.o per
Mplcndld ll-li -tn II rcrn
Screens, (timer "t.iluN lnMrn, dcUi,
chulrs. I'll It iihtmil. IJHi -i.rt.
W I'.it, I'ihii'IiIm'uI miir lintel rirt
class help -Mltpll'd I'hnlle 19,i2
K I'tiJIIiiirn Kukiil lane Shirt.
J.imus, nccktlci. made to order
II Akngt. 121 Xtiu.inu rort oars'
oxpcilcncc In America and Jiiimii
Satisfaction guaranteed I O Unx
New Sunrise. 1J Nullum! Pics. cnkc,
tee creum dcllercd to anj p'.rt of
city 1 n iiox '.'01 rst,-lni
1' MutsuMil Ills Nuiinnu Tinsmith
and she. I Iron worker Water pipe
.ml gu ter work In a I ranches
Lstlmutes fornlsbeil free
POWDER HOUSE BLOWS UP.
On May 8 there was a severe cxpln i
slon nt I'ohakupuka. The day before
the powder-house slid down Into the'
Riilch. On tho day of tho explosion
one of the men ai work renmvltiR the
winder threw the tint! of a elunrelln
In Hie debris and the powder cauclit "ir People's niccllnR at fi:30 and
lire. The wnrnliiK ery of "powder" "'" evenltiR sermon at 730. Tho inln-
iniiR out nnd even body skurrlcd lH,pr wl" K'vp ,hc sermon nt both
Dwny. The cx.ecte.l explosion took rorvlcos The subject for (bo morn
place but luckily no ono was scriotisl) "S wl "o "Immunity from tho Vox
Injured. It was a close call for some """lis of Life How Secured." and tho
of those enii!oed about tho building. Wect for the evenltiR sermon will
The explosion was felt In tho surroun- I'c "The I)llno Austerity Its Hear
dlnR country for miles. A number ot '"K l'lon Present Customs." StranR
people wero knocked down by tho eon- tn In Honolulu will llnd tho same
usslon and a Rood deal of Rlnss bro- cordial welcome they would llnd nt
ken. homo with tho home folks. Minister
KvcrythlnR on thobluHsof the Riilch I'cterH can bo found at tho church
that was In tho wny of tho explosion from 12:30 to 200 In tho afternoon
was swept away for somo hundreds of 'f Mondny, Wednesday and Friday.
feet up to tho cano Holds. Tho youiiR
siiRar cano In the direction of tho ex- EPIPHANY MISSION, KAIMUKI.
plosion was all burnt up. No one hap-
pencil to pass en the public road nt'no service or Sunday School at tho
tho time, or MimcthltiR else would Mission on Sunday. Mnv 26th nn nc
have happened Kohnln MldKct. count of the meet I UK of convocation
Tor neirs mid the truth nliniit 11 nil
I'lople buy the II nil el In.
NBW - TO-DAY
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
Tllire will be a meetlllR of the stock
holderh of the llonokiia
June Z:i. A I) !!M''. lit 7
0 l in., lit
llonokuii l.j'einn. lloimkan, Hawaii
W.M .1 IllCKAJtl),
ijecritaM. Ilonnkaa l,c.'uui
.. 1 7 - w
IN Till: iMIK't'lT col'IST HP Till:
Klrst Circuit. '1 enllory of lliiwull All
I'liatiiliers In Probate In the mutter
or the Hstate of ntlza -Seott Wilder, I
Deceased Probate No HfcS Notice .
lo Creditors The underslKiii-d bereb
Ble notice thut the bae b.en ap
pointed and eoiuuih-sioiKd as Kxccu
tors of the Last Will and Testament
of Kllzu Siott Wilder, late of Mono
lulu, deceased All persons ouIhr the missionary ntnonR thorn. All aro cor
sal. 1 estate are herein untitled to make dlally invited to thoso services.
Piment tn the undersigned; and nil
persons IioIiIIiik . lalms iiKalnst said
estate are berehy notllled tn present
the same, together with an) Miuchers
therefor, properly authenticated, to
the underslsned at No 151!) I'ensacola
Mrect, Iloniilulii. within six months
fiom the llrsf publleatlon of this no
il ee, such tlrst piiblleitlon Ih-Iiir ilated
' the 1'utb day of May, ltil, or suih
Halms will he forever barred. Dated
this 25th Oil) of .May. 19IS WILLIAM
ciiau.v'ky wn,Di:n. "iiAni,i;H
TIIDJIAH WII,Di:it, nxecutors of the
Will of Ktlsui Kiott Wilder, deceased
fJI7 May 23, S!i. June 1, C, S. 12, 15, 111
CUSTOM-IIOCHi:, Honolulu, T II
Collector's Olllco May 21. 1912. Sup
plies for Ituwnuo Vessels Sealed
proposals for supplying rations and
io.il to vessels of the Itevunuc-l'nt-ler
Kitrvlce, regularly statlnneil, or
tempornrll), at Honolulu, 11 T, and
delhcreit on hoard salil vessels at
.'.'.'''l.'".'.';"!1 r:,.t:!',,"T.,.i,''l.ln. ".""
Illumines as may no required during
no i sent e. rending June .in. isiia. ,,,niont please communicate with Tho Hooa mill has turned out near
vll be received nt this oniee until u10 Secretary, D. T. Illuo. No. 117 iy 0000 torn, of sugar so far this sea.
i n clock p. m of Thursday. Juno 6. Hold SL, or plinno 2111, koii and II, n end Is not vet.
I !)!;', ut which time ami place they
will be publicly opened lllank forms
bf proposals fur co.il, ship chandlery.
ami rations, showing conditions as
to coal, articles of ship chandler),
unu .component parts of rations with
specillcallons, may be had upon up- ,
plication to this Olllco; proposals '
must be submitted on these forms
Keparate bids will also be received
ui ino same lime nnu place ror in-.
brlciitlug und Illuminating oils. Tim ,
right Is reserved to reject any or nil
bids and to wulvo defects If It Is
deemed for tho Interest of the Gov-1
eminent to do so, and no contract
will bo put In forco until Congress
shall liave made nn appropriation for
the purpose. E. It. Stackabl. Col-1
6X47 Slay 25. SO; Juno 1.
j,"1':,' ""u ""'"" "u,7lT,,1 ,
"cv. DoremuH Scmlilpr I) I)., Minis-
nit iii'i. milium i. ri'ci,tii- unauti
nlc Minister- n .ii) a. in, llllilo School,
Mr. Wllllnin a How en, Siipsrlntcnu
cut; 10 00 n. m . Itosworth lllble
Class for Young People, conducted by
the Associate Minister; 10 10 n. m
Ailnlt lllble Class for Men and Wo
men, rtinilurlpil by llev. I'. 8, Scnddcr,
11 on n. m. Morning Worship, sermon
by the Minister; fi 30 p. in., Christ Inn
llndcnvnr Meeting, dchnlo "Itesolved
Hint the world ran be and should bo
evangelized In Ibis generation;" 7 30
p. in., otcnlng serlce. The Life of
Christ, pictures by lb" Kngllsh artist,
Wllllnin Hole. Illustrated with ster
copllcmi by Mr llunlne; dcscrlpllvo
readings, tho Associate Minister A
most cordial Invitation Is extended to
Ell visitors and strangerR rti the city
to attend Ilio services on Sunday at
Central I'nlon Cburrb.
THE FIRST M. E. CHURCH.
Corner tlerctnnln anil Victoria, fas
ter Uov. II. Klnier Smltlj; parsonage,
adjoining ehureli. Sunday School,
0 4 a. m.; Men's ("loss. 10.1." a. m.i
: Mninltig Service, 11 00 a. m.; K
I north l.cngitc, K .30 p. tn.; livening
Service, 7-30 p. in. The mens class
wishes to announce
Hint n stranccr
will lead them on Sunday mornliiR.
Mr. K. leefe ha kindly consented to
come nnd rIc us n talk nn an up to
date, live topic. NotbliiR need be saldl
regarding Mr. Keefo's ability as a
speaker ns he Is well known as n'
stroiiR Christian worker. Come out.
and Rle him your support. The sub
ject for the mornliiR service will bo
"Soma Searching Proofs of tho Chris
Man Religion." In the evening n spo,
clal memorial service will be held for
I lin 'flnnt A I'M! V nt tlin llnlitiltlCn '
T ann(. ' , ;,
, , , , , conKrcRntlon
in i. .... ... . . ... ti,
"III 's. (II I nv lit. tlf hivtl II II (lli I I IV
nibject will he "Some Sacred Mem
ories." Kvcrybody Is cordially In
vited to attend the service. Tho pas
tor will preach at both services.
ndny services at tho Chrlstlnn
rhiiirh consist of the Hlhlo school nt
9 : n'"1 l" sermon nnd communion
nt 11 " In Hie forenoon, nnd tho
Tenth and I'alolo Tbcro will bo
wnicn is iiciu in ni. rtiiurows uaincii-
rnl, anil lo which every ono who pos-
slbly can ouclit to come. There will
liiv n celebration of tho Holy Com-
niunlnn at 7 ft. in., Hnwallan servlco
at 'J:l a. m., innrnlnR service at 11
a. in. dedication of St. Mnry's Mission
House nt 3 p. m., united servlco with
short addresses nt 7:30 p. tn. Tuo
day. May 2Sth, Is Woman's Auxiliary
dav; meetlllR nt 10:30 a. m. and
,li,nclieon nt 1 p. m.
ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL.
The torvlcpR nt St. Andrew's Cathe
dral tomorrow will bo ns follows:
Holy Communion nt 7 n. tn.
At ! 1! at the Hnwallan service
lllshoi Willis will bo tho preacher.
At 11 a. ill. Bishop Itestiirlck will
deliver his annual address,
At 3 p. in. St. Mary's Mission build-
MIR nt MolIIIII will bo dedicated.
At 7 !UI ii in n. tlin r'nllipilrnl tlmrn
" I " - -.
will bo Two short nddresses, ono by
nishop Willis nn TonRn nnd ono on
tho Ainerlcnii Indian by tho llov. V.
W. Merrill, who spent many years as
"HOME OF TRUTH."
1220 Kaplnlanl Stront, near Here
I aula. Sunday service, li a. m., by
Mis. M. M'. llunler-Jones; subject,
Pltn U-lnn(lfl. Inu. tt fllvln t,n,l tin-
celvliiRi" Mondny. 8 p. m HeallnB
inooiinR, and lesson on Tho uto or,
.lesim" frnin "Tlin Annnrliin f!nun..l'
or .lesnis i im Christ Tiiiiruiinv h 11.
tn., lesson In practical Christian Heal-
Itlvato .Falth,' I
dssoii In an ad-
liiB. by Mrs. M. M.
subject. "How to Cultivate
Ihls holne Itin eli-litli lnsHnn In nn nit.
anccd course All meotliiRS at "Tho arrived In tho Mntina Kca this morn
Homo." All who nro Interested In (?. Mrs. Klnnoy will remain In Ho
obtaining a peatoful mind and a body ,,;lul1 fn' ' '"' extended visit, bdllor
lieo from dUeaso, uro earnestly ro K'nnoy will return to tho Dig Island
.ltiestod to atlond thoso lossons, on Tuesday morning to resume his
work of gntuorlng data under tho
THE FIRST M. E. MEN'S CLASS, "usplces of tho promotion Interests
A muss mooting of tho abovo class on Hnwall
will shortly bo aniioiiuced for tbo
purposo of renrRantzliiR and plannlnKi
of a wotklng schomo In help promotol
luriher Interest amonc the young mon'
of ,l' d,y- a" ,h0 motnliors desirous
(lf Interesting thomsolvcR In tills
FIRST CHURCH OF CHRIST.
oiui.mj Bt-i vices; oiiiiuu Dcnooi a.i
!)-ir. a. in. for young people under
twenty years; itsson sermon nt 11 a.
in., subject "Soul nnd Ilody," Wed-
nesday ovenfng testimonial meetings
at 8 o'clock. All services aro bold In
111') Odd Fellows' Ilulldlng, Kort
micui, wucru uiso n iroo rcauing
room Is open lo tho public dally from
11 a. in. to 1 p. in. All aro cordially
KHKAI At his homo on Kainehninehu
1. rnad, Kalllil. Abraham Kekul, 6S
nmira u me iiincrui win do given
It has a proven reputa
tion in cases of Poor Ap
petite, Belching, Heart
burn. Flatulency. Indi-
5 jestion, Costivcnoss, and
inlana, Fever and Ague.
Oon't experiment insist
It tones and invigorates
For sale by Benson, Smith & Co.,
Ltd, Chambers Drug Co., Ltd., Illlu
Drug Co and nt all wholesale liquor
TICKETS AT PROMOTION
Rexrvtd Seats, 25c and 50c
JOHN DBTOH, tho Illlo bonlfnce. I
ii Honolulu visitor, having nrrived this
,0"""B '"J," Passenger In tho steam-
- ' '","".;":
A, W. III'.KN, former Student lit I'll
nalioti, is homo for a vacation, but will
-u-- -f nu uuouibhj ui wtiiiiurui.t
,0 continuo bis studies in architecture.
HUNUT W- KINNKY, editor of tho
"" Tribune, MrB. Kinney und son,
ictiirn to tho University of California
A now Iron roof has heon put on tho
Cntmic Church at Ilonomu. Tho cell -
iico will noon bo nalnted.
Kxtcnslvo alterations aro tn tto made
n the mill at Paauhati asioon aa tho
Inresenl eriin Is mil of tlin WAV.
-riio Koliala Midget is making a
strenuous "kick" about tho mnll sA-v.
CP nH far ns Itself la concerned. It
cites cases of IcttorH being eleven.days
n transit between Honolulu and Ka-
walhac, It makes somo HUKeestlons
ttint appear to bo good and timely.
OLD RESIDENT DEAD.
Abraham Kekul, former prominent
politician, died yesterday afternoon at
Ills lioine on Kumeliumeliu IV. road,
Kiillhl. He was 57 tears of uge. A
lurge fumlly survives him.
i u 1 1 e 1 1 11 iiu.1 uoiii nusincss uci
$40,000 PER MILE
COST BY DECISION
(Contlnutd from Pag 1)
every other appurtenance or appliance
by them required In the construction,
equipment, operation and maintenance
of vuld railway "
"Hallway" In the net Is Oellned In
Section 835 as follows:
"'Itiilhwiy' shall refer .to nnd mean
the tracks, rails, rondwuy, with Its np
purtrnaiiccs, appliances ami connec
tions to be placed III streets, roads or
places on the Island of Oabu," etc.
TakliiR these two sections toRcthcr,
President Peck and other officials are
lirmly of tho opinion that they have
inoro control over their own roadway
than Is the holding under the Supremo
Court decision yestenlay
In Its syllabus the court says:
"The duly Imposed on the street
railway company by Scitlon 838, It. I,
to pave or macadamize the portions of
the streets' occupied by Its tracks
whenever the other portions of the
streets irc paved or macadamized Is
not limited to original construction,
but requires the company to lay n
p.ncment corresponding with n new
pavement laid down by the proper gov
ernmental authority though the por
tion of the street occupleil b) the com
pany had previously been macada
mized. "Under Section S6t, It. L. the duty
Is Imposed on the street railway com
pany to pave Its portion of the street
so as to conform to a new pavement
laid down on the rest of the street by
the city nnd county of Honolulu,
whether tho duly Is enjoined by Sec
lion 838, It, I, nr not The wonl 'gov
ernment' Includes street Improvements
made by the municipality
"The obligation of the street rail
way company ns to puvlng Is defined
nnd llxcd by the franchise act. The
Hiipcrinicnticni o puonc worKs nas nn
discretion, to authorize or Olrect tho
laying of a pavement of a kind dif
ferent from that used by the govern
ment. "The necessity for repaying tho
streets Is to be determined by the gov
ernmental authorities having chnrge of
Mich work. And In prescribing the kind
of pavement to be used the authori
ties are not limited to that which was
In ordinary use at the time of the
granting of the franchise.
"Notice to the railway company that
It shall conform to n patented hltu
llthlc pavement laid upon n concrete
foundation rAit down on n certnln sec
tion of King1 street. In Honolulu, by
the municipal authorities does nut con.
stltuto an unreasonable requirement.
It not appearing that tho cost would
be excessive or that the owner of tho
patent, contemplated exacting condi
tions cither than payment of tho price
of the material and tho cost of laying
the pavement, and no claim being mado
that the pavement was not nn approved
one, or thnfihe action of the munici
pality In laj'lng II was In nny wny Im
proper or Inappropriate, though iearly
one-half or tho life of the franchise
had expired, and nt tho end ot the
term of the franchise tho ties could
be taken up only with much difficulty "
This case, brought by tho Honolulu
Itapld Transit Lund Co. against
the Territory of Hawaii und Mnrstnn
Cumpbell, superintendent of public
works, wns decided yesterday, the de
cision being written by Chief Justice
Robertson and concurred In by Jus
tlces Perry and Do Holt.
It Is n friendly suit brought by tho
company to determlno Its rights In the
matter of paving between Its tracks
through tho streets and In repaying
when the original highway covering
has worn nut The contenders agreed
upon the submission of facts.
Ono of the Important features of
the decision, attorneys say. Is tho rulo
laid down that may Involve conflicts
between municipal und Territorial an
thorltles In tho deciding of future cases
The decision says that the word "gov
eminent" Includes Improvements mado
by the municipality.
Chairman Samuel Dwlght of the city
and county red committee appeared
to bo well sntlsllcd.wlth the Supremo
Court decision bunded down In the
matter of street paving between trucks
and right of way of the Honolulu
Rapid Transit company, In which tho
transportation company under its fran
chise must puvo between Its tracks with
tho same material us that used by tho
"Tho road committee will consult
with the city und county attorney's
department In regurd to what steps.
If an), shall bo tuken, now thut a 'de
cision bus been handed down," stilted
Dwlght this morning.
"I 4iiii pleased ut the victory won by
tho city and county. It should mean
nai iving street, upon wlilcli the city
has expended nearly 116,000, will it ho
placed In presentublo shape."
The city fathers muny months ago
appropriated funds and let a contruct
to the local liltullthlc concern to puvo
King street from the river to Niiuanu
street 'Ihl work was done In tlin
mo agreeil upon between the contruc.
tor and the city, but a strip of eighteen
feet In width yet remains unpaved and
bus In wet as well us dry weather
proved a great source of uiinoyiince
to trulllc as well as business linns
ulong that thoroughfare.
Tho city also Is keenly nlivo to the
merits of the decision In that It will
also apply to tho proposed pavement
of Queen street. The street railway
company operates a lino of curs ulong
the entire length of tho thoroughfare,
soon to bo puved with block or bltu
llthlc. Agnes Donno Cameron, tho Canad
ian wrltor. author of "The New
North," died at Victoria, Urltlnh Co
lumbia, following an operation for up
1'tnnder Chllds principal of it school
, In New York, dropped dead at bis desk
rrom heart failure Mr Chllds had
been a tcuchcr for moro thun 00 yeurs.
BEST DILL IN MONTHS 8EE IT
Will put on new and pithy sketch to
night. Every sketch a scream, I
Japanese Acrobats whose act Ii full of
thrills. Were a London rage.
MANY MOTION PICTURES
Baseball for Sunday
TWO (JAMES -
1i30 HAWAII vs. A8AHI
3 1 30 J. A. C. vs. P. A. C.
llescrv.cd scuts for center of grand
stand nnd w.. can bo booked ut 11
O Hall & Sou j Sporting Department
(entrance King street) up to 1 p. in.;
after 1 p, m., at M. A. Gunst & Co.,
Sing and I'ort.
Prices 50c, 35c and 25c Children 10c
I F I T'B PAINT
And you want a good Job, see me
8HARP 8IQN8 ARE SEEN
Phono 1697 847 Kaahumanu
Use a PREST-O-LITE TANK
on your Automobile and save Gen
Acetylene Light and
Agency Co., Ltd.
HERE ON TRIP
IMItor Henry W. Kinney of the llll"
Tribune arrived tills morning on (lie
Milium Kea for ii short business trip,
und will return to tho Dig Island next
Tuesday. Mr Kinney has left his edi
torial desk temporarily to handle a
big publicity scheme fur the Island of
Hawaii, under the auspices of tho Illlo
Hoard of Trade
He has already started on the col
lection of pictures anil statistics for
a promotion booklet. It will contain
much "booster" stuff" for the lllg Is
land and will be profusely Illustrated
The book will lie put on sale at a.
moderate price low enough til Insure
Its wide distribution anil high enough
so that every copy will gu Into rospon.
In 1UI1 there were ST2 bull lights I
In Spain. Ten bull lighters were kill
ed und 166 Injured; 4391 bulls and S618
horses wero killed.
Japan) has accepted the Invitation
of President Tuft to participate in the
Punuina-PiicJflc International exposition
Men's Suits, - $5, $6, $7, $8
Men's Pants, 600 pairs at $2
Boys' Suits, - $2, $3, $4, $5
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Men's Collars, - 75c. a dozen
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