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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1911
"Scouts" Have Arrived
sible. Nothing like them for baseball, running, lumping or
any outdoor sport. Colon: Olive, Tun and Black.
THe "BOY SCOUT" Shoe
Is made especially (or the growing
foot. It's the most sensible the
most attractive the most comfort
able shoe ever made (or rough and
The tops are as soft as n clove
they're made from Elk Skin
Leather. Soles are mado from high
grade Elk Sole Leather and heels
are solid Elk Leather. Our secret
tannage process makes the soles
wear two to three times as long as
Hoys' Sizes, $2.75
BY AUTHORITY NOTICE.
oitioi; ok tiik iioahd ov
Honolulu, Hawaii, Juno 3, 1913.
TENDERS FOR BEEF CATTLE.
Sc.ileil tcniler In duplicate rndomrd
TKNDEItS KOIl IIEKK CATTLK"
"III be received ut tlio olllco of tlio
lloar.l of Ileum, until 13 o'clock noon.
m.,,,,1..,. i ,- h , , ,
Monday, Jimol,, 1912, for aupplylns
the Leper betlleinent, Moloknl, with
oeer came ror the period or Mx month
from July 1, 1912, to December 31, i
1912, under tlio following condition,
I. Tlio bidder must offer to fiirntnb
fat beef eattlo to weigh not lens than
.ISO pound net when droned, In lots
iivcnmlng about CO bead per month,
more or lens, n& may bo npcclllcd by
tlio Superintendent of the Leper Set
tlement, delivered nt tlio Leper Set
tlement, Moloknl. For further Infor-
Illation apdy nt tho olllco of tlio Hoard
nf Health, Honolulu. "
2. Hide, tallow und' offal to bo the
property of the Hoard of Health.
3. liich bid must bo for tlio prlco
per pound live wclulit. with an alter-
...i V , i I ,
natlvo offer of u price per head.
4. The Mirccwirul bidder must nurco
that all eattlo arc offered for delivery
Kiihjcct to the right of the Superln-'
tendent of tho Leper Settlement to
reject any or nil unlit for use, In which
event other cattle must bo forthwith
furnished to make up tho required
number und thoso rejected forthwith
removed nt tho expense nf tho bidder.
All bids must bo submitted In nc-j
conlance with, and subject to. tho pro-
visions nml requirements of Act 62.
.Session !' 1D09.
lenders must bo Accompanied by n
rertllled check equal In amount to B
per cent, of tho tender on tho basis of
m iiuiii irur luuiuii wcikiiiiik nci. wnen
illcniicu, .tun pounds encu.
THE HOARD OK HEALTH,
lly It President,
J. S. H. PRATT.
C2MJune 3, t, 5, G, 7, , 10, 11, 1
BY AUTHORITY NOTICE.
OFFICE OF THE HOARD OF
Honolulu, Hawaii, Juno 3, 1912,
TENDERS FOR PURCHASE OF
Senled tenders In dupllcalo endorsed i
"TENDERS FOR PURCHASE OF
HIDES," for tho purchase of hides be
longing to the Hoard of Health, for
the period of six months from July 1. th. Matter of the Estate of Jame.
1912, to December 31, 1912, will bo ro-1 F. Morgan, Deceased.
rrlvnl nt tho olllco of tho Hoard of
Health until 12 o'clock noon, Juno 17, The undersigned being tho duly np
1912. I pointed Kxecutrlx or tho Will of James
Tenders must bo for tho prlco per !'' Morgan, deceased, hereby gives im
pound ror bides delivered on tho wharf llco "' "" creditors of said decedent
nt Honolulu, on weights approved by Kcit their claims, duly authentl
an ..gent of tho Hoard or Health. , I"1 '"." '"'. 1"r"',Pr vouchers. If any
Payments required In U. S. gold colli
iiimii-jiiHiriy iiunr uenvrry.
The Hoard does not bind Itself to
accept the highest or nny bid.
THE HOARD OF HEALTH.
Hy Its President,
J. S. R. PRATT.
Wfit Juno 3, 4, C, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 12, 13
The Wnlalae. ICnlmiikl and I'alolo
Hip.... emont Club will meet Thursday
ri-iillig, at 7:"0, nt tho Chinese store,
end of car line. Ruslness nf Import
ance In relation to the Juno clean-up
wm. k. Mcpherson.
The House committee, on expendi
tures In the ngrlculturnl department
postponed Indefinitely action on tho
Nelson resolution to Investlirnto the
incut Inspection service.
famous Boy Scout" Shoes
the shoes you have been
reading about in the big
magazines the shoes,
that havo made such a
tremendous hit in
the big cities are now in
townand ready for you.
And they're beauts"!
Better than the maga
zines said they were,
if such a thine? is pos
common soles. And they're put on
so good they can't pull off.
"Boy Scouts" are made without
linings they're the coolest and most
healthful shoes on the market.
Tell your pa and your ma about
them. Tell your pa ho can get a
pair (or hlmielf, too. Tell him
they'll outwear two to three pairs
of ordinary shoes. Have him bring
,-ou up to look at tnem costs noth
ng to see them,'
Men's Sizes, $3.00
RESOLUTION NO. 654.
UK IT HKSOI.VKD by tlio Honr.1 of
Huprrvlxorn of the City mid County
of Honolulu, Territory of Ilnwnll. that
"if um of o.VK THOUSAND AND
,'1VK HL'NDKKO DOLLARS (fl.SOO)
" ,""' tl,e mma ,H herriiy npproprl-
",,(,,0"J "f "" ,nonoy8 '" ,hc "",1
''"'"I f 'ho Treimury for mi account
known IR "maintknanvb oi
ROADS, HONOLULU DISTRICT (Rc-
palm, loth Ave., Pnlolo)."
Preitcntcd by Supervisor
8. C. DWKillT.
Honolulu, May IB, 1912.
Approved thin Cth day of Juno, 1912
JOSEPH J. KERN,
RESOLUTION NO. 658.
HE IT ItESOLVED by the Ronrd of
SunervlMnrH of the ('IK- nml r'nimli nf
Honolulu. Territory nf Hnwnll, that tlio
I Hum of THREE HUNDRED SIXTY-
NINE Mid 91-100 ($369.91) DOLLARS
i "" "ni1 '" name Is hereby npproprl-
""',, "'" "r n" ""' ' tho Oenral
.1'1"", "f """ Tr,,""lr' for " "cr-mint
known iih "INTEREST IlEOISTERED
Presented' iiy Supervisor
EHEN P. LOW.
Honolulu, May lfi, 1912.
Approved thl Sth day of June, A.
..,.. JOSEPH J. KERN.
"' l .Mayor,
H(,ale(, TPlllorM w, ,,0 rccelved tip
, J0 .clock , ,, of .Snturi,,iy, j,ino
., ms ,,y tho Malll ,,,, ,,,, Com.
'mission, .it their olllco at Wallukn.
Mmlli T. . for furn,hll,nif ,, milto.
,.,, ll1)or ctc ,, coniltrucl,1B n
Two.8tnry Concrete School Houso nt
Plans, Hpeclllratlons and blank forms
of tender nro on lllo with Mr. Fred K.
Harvey, secretary of tlio Commission,
Wnllllku. Maul, and ut tho ottlcn nf
i Mnrstnn Campbell, chairman of tho
(Maul Loan Fund Commission, Capi
tol HulldlnK, Honolulu,
Tho XI.iul Loan Fund Commission
reserves: tho right to reject any or all
Chairman, Maul Ixmn Fund Cnmmls
NOTICE TO CREDITOR9.
.-a,..,, ii.ii, v in-, in-, nutii viuiiiii, in n.
cured or unsecured, to tho undersign-
,,,. ... Ihn ,,. nf ,,,, Hmtn, av.ip.
rc1 & Uenienway, attorneys ut law. In
tho Jiulil Ilulldlug, In Honolulu, Ter
ritory of Hawaii, within six (0) months
from tho .Into of tlio first publication
of this notice, said ditto being May 16
ll!. or within six (6) months from
mo nay tl icy rail due, or tlio samo will
. be forever barred.
Dated. Honolulu, T. II., May 1C, 1912.
MAROARET T, MOROAN.
Executrix of tlio Will of James F. Mor
dan, Deceased. ,
SMITH, WARREN & HEMENWAY.
'"" '"' "?" ' ' ,,:ral,'r,x . ..
t m.' iin- io, -.i, .nj; jimo t. Id
1 1911 Ilupinnblle touring ear.
1 1910 Stevens Model X 6-pasuengcr
1 1911 Stevens 6-cyllnder Model AA
Any reasonable offer will be accepted.
cnll and eo them nt my auto stand
Fort St. M. E. Sllvti. 5256-lw
The acme of typewriter con
struction. The Oliver Is scientific In prln.
clple, flawless In construction,
accurate in adjustment, splen
didly efficient in operation.
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alex. Young Building
IVRW - TO-DAY
SALE OF GENERAL LEASE OF
GRAZING LAND AT NAPILI, DIS
TRICT OF KAANAPALI, ISLAND
At 12 o'clock noon, Saturday. July 6,
1912. at the front door Io the Capitol
Hulldlng. Honolulu, there will In- sold
nt public auction, under Part V of
IMo JJind Act of 1S9.V Sections 27X
285 Inclusive, Revised Ijiws of Hawaii,
n general lease of the laud or Naplll,
dbtrlct or Konimpall, Island or Maul,
and containing mi area or 2.".0 acres,
more or lees.
Upset rental, $75 per annum, payable
seml-nnnunlly In ndvance.
Term of lease, 15 years from July I,
Purclinser to pay cot of advertising.
Itservatlon rcnardln-z land reniilrn.1
for agricultural, homestead, reclaim-
Hon, settlement or public purposes, und
the rent or all lands wltlidrnwn or
pineapple cultivation or other ngrl'ul
tmnl purposes to be llxed by arbitra
tion, will be embodied In this lens-.
AH persons des rhur to olileet .,-
causo these hinds should be hoine-itcnd-
d or otherwise, aro requesteil to prc
fcnt such nbJrrtlniiH to tho Hoard of
Public Ijinds, In writing or In person,
mi or before Wednesday, June 26, 1912.
For mnps and further particulars,
apply at the olllco of the Commission
er or Public Lands, Capitol Hulldlng,
JOSHUA D. Tl'CKER.
Commissioner or Public 1-nnds.
Dated at Honolulu, Juno 5, 1912.
5257 Juno 6, 13, 20, 27: July 5
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OK THIS
Klrst Circuit. Territory of Hawaii.
At Chaniliers. In Probate. In the mat
ter of tho Estate of Frank Wrny Terry,
Deceased. Order of Notice of Hearing
Petition for Administration. On rend
ing and tiling the Petition nf Clara
Terry, mother or Frank Wrny Terry,
deceased, alleging that Frank Wrny
Terry or Honolulu, Territory or Ha
waii, died Intestate nt New York City,
New York, on the 7th day nt Novem
ber, A. D. 1911, leaving property with
in tho Jurisdiction or this Court nec
essary to be administered upon, und
praying Unit Letters or Administration
Issue to Hawaiian Trust Company.
Limited; Is It Ordered, that Wednes
day, the 10th day or July, A. D. 1912,
at 9 o'clock ii, m., bo find hereby Is
appointed ror hearing snld Petition In
the courtroom or this Court In tho old
Y. M. C. A. Hulldlng In the City and
County of Honolulu, at which tlmn
nnd place all persons concerned may
appear and show cause, If nny they
have, why said Petition should not bo
granted, lly tho Court: JOHN M.AII
CAI.I.1NO. Clerk, First Circuit Court.
Dated, Honolulu, June G, 1912.
6257 Juno G, 13. 20. 27
No. 223. TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
COURT OF LAND REGISTRATION.
TERRITORY OF HAWAII to TERRI
TORY OF HAWAII, by Alexander
Lindsay, Jr., Attorney Ocnornf, anil
Marslnn Campbell, Snperlnlendent or
Public Works, mid J. D. Tucker.
Land Commissioner: CITY AND
COUNTY OF HONOLULIT. by Jo
seph J. Fern, as Mnynr and President
of tho Hoard of Supervisors; CAR
RIE IHNOER, n minor; REHECCA
RINOER. a minor; IDA HINDER,
a minor; JAMES KANOIIO. Guard
ian of the Estates of Carrie Ringer,
Rebecca Ringer, and Ida Ringer, mi
nors! WILLIAM HOPE, or hll
heirs; HENRY MAPI and JOSEPH
K. CLARKE, and to ALL whom It
Whereas, u petition has been pre
sented to suld Court by HENRY E.
COOPER, to register and cnnllrnl his
title In the following-described land:
Palmyra Island, Paclllc Ocean, In
Loiigltudn 161 53' West and latitude
ii" 4' North or therenboiits;
You aro hereby cited to appear nt
the Court of Land Registration, to bo
held ut the City and County of Ho
nolulu on Ihn 2nd day or July, A. D.
1912, nt two o'clock In the afternoon,
to show cuuse, ir any you have, why
the prayer or said petition should not
be granted. And unless you appear nt
said Court ut tho time ami plaeo afore
said your default will be recorded, and
tin, said petition will be taken as con
fessed, and you will be fornver barred
from contesting wild petition or nny
decree entered thereon.
Witness tho Honorable W. I.. WHIT
NEY, Judgo of said Court, this 6th
day or June, In thu year nineteen hun
dred and twelve.
Attest with Seal or said Court:
(Sf.ll) JOHN MARCAI.I.INO,
5257 -June , 13, 20, 27
Indications nre that nil or the Inter
national olllcers have been elected by
.1 larger majority than two years ago,
was the statement or .lamen M Lynch,
president nt the International Typo
LOCAL AND GENERAL
For a hack, ring up 2307.
Curios from all over tlio world at tho
It goes without laying that every
thing Is lies! at The Encore.
Special prices on potteries nnd
brnsscs. Arts nnd Crnlts. Shop.
Tho Underwood Typewriter Visible
none bettor. Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
Ladles' goods and Jewelry of best
quality at lowest prices. J. Carlo's,
Alleging ctremo cruellv, Kathorln
K. Davis has (lied petition for it di
vorce from Edward E. Duls.
Wnnted Two more passungcrB for
nround-tho-teland at $C. Lewis
Stables und Oarage. Tel. 2141.
If you want u good Job done on an
auto or carriage tako It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co.. 427 Queen SL
Did you over try thu Expert lint
Cleaners on Fort street with a soiled
hat. Satisfaction Is guaranteed.
Hlcyclo Supplies and Repairing. Roy
al Navy Illcyclcs, X,, Easy terms.
Dowson llros., Smith and Hotel Sts.
Drink Hires It Is pure; also the
distilled water bottled by the Consol
idated Soda Works. Phone 2171.
Sco the Interesting line of books on
photographic subjects at the Hono
lulu Pluto Supply Co., Fort street
7.. Tiinnkn, plaintiff in the leplevln
suit against Kluhaclii Oba. this illum
ing Illcd a demand for a Jury trial III
tho Circuit Court.
For nn nuto call up .loo Santos at
Young Automobile Sinnd, Plume 2.",n.
Seven-seated Piipo-lliirtford, No, .I29.
They'll look llko they were mado for
ou, when you get tlicm from Oeo. A.
Martin, tailor, Uotliol street. (20
Fresh California "IVIimiisc" pork
sausages received by Hie Simonin to
morrow morning. Henry May & Co.,
Ltd. Telcphcino 121.
Tlio vnlvelcss self-starting Ktmoro
In now In the rent setvico nt the City
Auto Stand, opposite Catholic Mission,
Fort St. Phono 3CCI or 1179.
Judge Whitney this morning grant
ed temporary alimony of G per week
to Tsuno Mlkl, who Is suing for u di
vorce from Mlchlnosuke .Mlkl.
Ilrlng 10 Orccn Stomp and ono dol
lar and got a complete Roy Scout suit
for vacation. Green Stamp Store.
Dcrclanla and Fort streets.
Applications for wlinlesalo nnd re
tail liquor licenses have been Illcd by
W. Holt nnd M. Fnrla, nf Wnlnlun, nml
have been referred to tho license In
spector. The will of tho Into Dr. Charles T.
Rodgcrs was toduy Illcd In ,lho Circuit
Court for probate. William I). Al
eander and Henry T. Meyers aro ap
Hy tho Sonoma tomorrow wo will
recelvo it i,!ilpmvnt.of licsh California
fruits jiinl vreifaUta .pr.il Puritan"
creamery butter. Henry May Co.,
Ltd rek-phono ii'il
Tho regular meeting of Hawnll
Chapter No. 1, Order of Kiunehamehn;
will bo held this evening. Installa
tion of olllcers. , Members are earn
estly requested to attend.
T. C. Wills of Piiliala, Iliiwnll, who
cumu to Honolulu scleral weeks ago
to meet his brother, a prominent con
tractor making n tour of tho world,
returned on the Manna Ken yesterday.
Tho Right Rovcrciul Alfred Willis, i
I). 1)., lllshop In Tonga, will preach
at St. Clement's Church, Sunday next,
nt the II o'clock service. Visitors nro
cordially Invited. I'unnliou curs pass
Oelieral Passenger Agent Cockrroft
of tho Oceanic Steamship Company ;n
San Francisco has naked the Promo
tion Committee to send him a largo
amount of literature bearing on tlio
Islands to bo sent abroad.
Judgo Cooper this morning enicred
n default Judgment against tho Tnju
Macaroni Manufacturing Company, V
Onto, K. SliuJI nnd C. Hnsegnwu, de
fendants In u suit nn a promissory
note brought by lllshop & Company.
Secretary Hurry Wolch of tho
Phoenl (Arizona) Hoard of Trade
writes tho Promotion Committee that
ho Is planning to visit Honolulu this
summer, and may ludiico a number nt
other Arlznnaiis to accompany hint.
Tho closing exorcises or Knmeiin-
nichn School for Hoys preparatory de
part ment will bo held on tho lawn or
tho Preparatory School on Thursday
afternoon, .limn the sixth, at (1 o'clock.
All friends of tho school aro cordially
A force of men wns put to work
yesterday boring holes In tho piling of
tho Alakca whnrf nnd pouring In hot
petroleum, Io check tho advanco of an
army of white nuts discovered thorn
by Entomologist Ebrhorn.' I In said
tho wharf would bo destroyed quickly
If they worn not stopped. A number
of piles wns found badly honoycombcil.
Consulting Engineer Shortly of tho
Inter-Island Company has boon asked
to Investigate the possibility nt a
thango of location for the derrick on
I ho now Napoopon wharf, nt Kona. Tho
Hoard of Harbor Commissioners mnilo
tlio request yesterday following tho
leading of a roqucst fur n clinngo mado
by tlio Koun Improvement Club of
Kona district, Hawaii,
Superintendent of Public Instruc
tion Pnpo bus been appointed chair
man of tho School and Hoy Scout
Committee for Clean-up Day, with tho
following members: Edgar Wood,
Porloy llorne. I). 11. Hitchcock, llrolh.
or Henry and U (I. Illackmun. The
committco win meet today and por
ted plans, which will bo presented to
tho Clean-up Day ollUlals tomorrow."
Judge Whltnoy has summoned Itti.
dolph J. Hcrgor to appear in court to
morrow morning und show cause wli
ho should not be lined fur contemn!
of court for failure to pay alimony nf
?30 a month und tlio costs of tho
suit brought by his wife, ,Mnrger
Ilerger. Tim order requiring liltu In
pay alimony was Issued March 27, nnd
tho uumuiuus' states that hu has mado
no attempt to compl with tho order
since, its Issuance.
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Silva's Toggery. Ltd.
WHEN IN NEED OF
of any dticrlption
PAPER 4 8UPPLY CO, LTD.
Fort and Quttn Stroll
GEO. Q. GUILD Mantgar
NOTICE OF SALE OF PUDLIC
Tim fiillnwliiir lands xltuutril on
Kclimil xtrrt't. Hum, lulu, mul nt (H.i.i,
111 nil. Ilnunil, will Im' nlTi'l','il fur M.ilu
lit IMllilll' 1 tilt lull at till' rnlliiullIK li-
M't prli'i'h. nt 12 ii'rlork iiihiii. Hatur
ilny, AiikiiM Mi. 1UI.'. nt tho friint ilimr
to thu Capitol Hull. lint. II lulu
(I) I ti-tn in, lit at Silmiil .stri'tt ii -tnliilin;
an ni'i'ii ut l.riStl ii.n - Hit,
nur in Iimi I'pKi't i. Icc ll.'.ri.
U'l Ki'iiiiiiint nn m:i kit i llm ni
School Htri-it. (iiiitalnliiK nn ana nl
11.11011 Mj frit t'lisit iirliv, J.'i.lJ
CI) I.oIh III anil 711. Illoi'k ,,
Olan. Puna, Hawaii, nilitailliliK an uri'it
I M nrri'H. I'isil price. IH.'i.lMi. Tin
hiiiiii' Iii'Iiib, mill an u nillru.iil rlitht-nf-wiiy
anil lint Inr riHhUiiuia purpiim.-.
TirniB nf mill., L'aBli.
Purchaser to pay cost (if patent nml
I'll,. I.l.ink ,.llil fllllll.. I III .', Ii.lllil l-U
upply nt the nllli'i' nr tin- i.'oniiiilKKliinir
or I'uhlli' l.aiuli,, Cupltnl llullillni,'. Ilu
liolulu, josiu'a n Tt'i'Kiiit,
CiiiiiniliiHliini'r of I'uhllc IjiiiiIh.
D.ilnl at Honolulu, Juno r,. l'.il.'
S25T-Ji.ni ii. I". :'". 2". July '. II. H.
nr,; Aub 1. !
Tucnilay. J ii nn II, 19IJ, 1iiiIiik ln'in
net npart mul OMtubllhhcil hy lni hh ii
Territorial hnllU.1). nil Tei'rMnrliil nf
lli'i'ii will tie i-loHt'd on that il.i
13. A 1IOTT-K.UITII.
Actlne Ouvrmor or iiauuii
Honolulu, lluuall. June u, 11)12.
we expect, all the well-dressed
this town will get the true idea
store: the idea that our real
object in running this busi
ness, and advertising it as we
do, is not so much to get you
to do something for us, as to
get a chance to do something
We really feel that way
about it; we put at your ser-
...'VV. iriPA nnr irnmxrlortfTa rf flio
y; j Dusiness; we gm togemer
j tne goods
- are best for
on them that are perfectly
fair to both of us; give you as
good a profit as'we take; give
you good quality.
Hart Schaffner & Marx
clothes, of course, because they're
best for you. Values at $20 and
$25 that carry out our idea.
& tiatfner A Mart
"The Store for Good Clothes"
L X Jl
mat we believe
you ; put prices
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