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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THURSDAY, JUNE 13, 1912.
Now on Sale!
Novv's your chance to get the.
"jjoy scout" Shoo, boys
thnt world 4fnmoun shoo
rtbout which vou have read
to much In the roncnzlnc
It's making just ns big a hit
la tl ktown as It has mado la
Iho offc cities. Hoys nro "wild"
about them cay they never
saw anything like then or
bncbnll, runnltiR, Jumping
nnd nil outdoor sports.
Boy Scout" Shoe
Totthc9(, lightest, rooit
ranue. uppen are
wear two totbree
limes s looe i or
dlntry tote. Nolln
Inert' Coolent and
Te-llyenr r that "tlnr Scouts" outwear
too to llirerralraolonlinanr shoes, llrloz
him Willi you-lcll him wo have till lire,
Good-Luck Charm FREE
Every pair pf genuine "nor Scout"
6hwi ban "Swniilka" Good. Luck
Charm attached. It' made o( a ipeclallr
prepared tnelnl thai look, llko goldanj It
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til wo tend for more,
-ame thcy'ro going
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Mclnerny Shoe Store
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fOl anjr deaertptior
PAPER o 8UPPLY CO, LTO.
Fort and Quoon Btr.te
GEO. Q. QUILD Managar
W. C. Achi
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Kaplolanl Building Honolulu, '. H
P. O. Boa Ml
The nitVCLK IiKALUIt mid HE
l'AIKKIl, has moTcd to
180 K1NIJ 'STHKKT
.Sen location lied front, near
Young lliillillng. Telephone 2 .IIS.
Japanese Provisions and
NUUANU ST. NKAR KING STREET
CLOTHES CLEANED and PRCS8ED
Fort and Paualil 8ts.
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. !, Townsend
Night and Day Phone, 1325
Ckas. R. Frazier
Phone 1371 122 Kins li.
HOME RULERS TO
Charles K. Notlcy Willing to
Run Again for Del
egate. Charles K Nnllovj or Ilatnitktm, pres
ident of the Homo Utile party, In im
Interview thin innrnlim "aid that he In
willing to he the stnncbird-bonrer of
tiln party again for Deli-Rate to Con
gross If nominated at the party con
vention to lie held In Honcriulti In July.
Notley wiiH entliiiHliiKtlc over his
ehanceH and expressed IiIh belief that
he Would poll more votes oil Hawaii
nt the rnmliiR election than would Link
Notley, who Is vIkIHiir his mother
In Honolulu, said this morning that tho
Home Itulers will hold their conven
tion In Notley Hall, July 29. As prcs
Idcnt, he will preside over tho meet-1
lug, and according to the present plans
the work of tho convention this year
will he much less than that of pre
vious years, Tho Homo Hulc lender
added that other Home Iltilo conven
tions will be. held In Hllo, LahalnniTnd
Wnlluku, all or which will be presided,
ove,r by him
"Personally," he said this morning,
"I inn willing to run again for Dele-'
Kate to Congress on the Home Ilille
ticket If nominated by the party. Ofi
course. If the Honolulu Homo Itulers
have another man In view, one whom
they think will represent the tiartv
moro ably than me, then they are at
llhirty to nomlnatu him any lime."
Talks About Link.
Asked about l.lnk. Notley said. Mint
the Democratic boss Is simply "dis
turbing the ilnt early In tho morn
ing, and before sunset he would llnd
himself so entered with It that be
wntilil not know where ho was at."
Notley thinks that l.lnk Is starting the
campaign loo soon and that before tho
election comes the liters will forset
all they have beard. Buch a thing,
continued Notley. would not help l,nk
at all In the long run Incidentally,
Notley thinks that Abraham I Louis-
on, thq Houokna coffoo planter, II
nninlnftril by tho Itepiibllcnu party
for Delegate to Congress, In the event
of Prince Kuhlo refusing to run again,
would defeat McCandJcss, I
"1 do not think thut' I,nk can beat
me on ilnwiill," said tho Home Ilulo
leader "l.lnk Is like a itinn who
sweeps the dust early In the morning,
and before sunset he will llnd that tlio
dust has already accumulated on tho ,
spot where be had previously swept.
f)f course, l.lnk Im n good worker, but.'
unfortunately for him, he d'les not
know how and what to do, polltl-,
Notlej' said tho rolTee planter would
bo the best man that the Republican
party can put up. should the prlnco
decline to run again. I
Praise for Louliaon.
"I llrmly believe that l.oulsson would ,
make a strong candldato for Delegate
to Congress next to I'rlnce Kuhlo."
said Notley. "Of course, Prince Kuhlo
Is the strongest man that, the Repub
lican party can put up,' but In tho
event or his refusing to run again, the,
next best thing for the party to do Is
to put up Loulssou.
"Loulsson can easily beat l.lnk Mc
Cnndloss at the polls. He Is well
known to the voters on Hawaii, and.
with the backing or business Interests
throughout the Territory, It Is certain
that he would be victorious."
Changing Ids subject, he said that
his coffee business In Hamakua Is
prosperous and, with the completion
of a big cotTee mill which he recently
eroded, the coffee Industry In Hama
kua this year will become n substan
tial enterprise. Notley will leave for
his homo In Hamakua next week
Captain Ilentv V. Weeden, veteran
navigator and master or tho atcamRhlp
I.urllno, which vessel Ib reported to
hnvo sailed out of tho harbor en mule
to San KrnnclRco under high spcc-l. Is
dcclatcd not to bo In lino for conjure
Irom tho trianagamont of tho Matuon
Navigation Company. .
A careful mirvoy mado this mornlnR
of tho hark It. P. Itllhot, alleged to
havo beon damaged to tho exton' of
"IhousandH of dolla's" through b-n'
lug from hor moorings, rIiowb thai Iho
windjammer will bo repaired at a, couti
under eight hundred dollars. Tho
Illthct Is said to havo parted her linos'
owing to tljD heavy strain placod upon
them through tho wash canted by Iho
laal-rovolvlng propeller of tho Lurllno.
"Captain Wccdcn Is one of Iho moat
careful and experienced navigators
that tnako tho port of Honolulu," do
clnrcd ono well-posted ahlppln'jmaii
this morning. "Ho Is known through
out tho Purlllc, ns wnll as on the At
lantic, us 'Wizard' Wooden."
Tho consensus of opinion along tho
local waterfront Is to tho offoct that
tho tow-lines which held tho Illthct to moored at tho wharf and work of load
her wharf wcro old Slid worn-out and Iiir migar under full headway by 3
i should havo boon relegated to tho o'clock In tho morning.
I beach. I Wcedon's wonderful work In nicking
"Ilndlho Itlthot been moored to her up tho low of tho disabled Knterprlsn
wharf with now and stronger lines, tho ix something thai has not boon forgot
nccldent lo tho windjammer would ton by skippers and shipplngmen of
novor havo occurred," stated ono spec- two oceans.
tator who witnessed tho departure of' Tho repairs lo Iho damagod Itlthot
tho I.urllno. can ho completed at a Hinall enmpuru-
According lo thobo who havo watch- Hvo cost. Tho collision resulted In
cd tho career of Captain Wooden, ho tearing away a portion of tho uppor
Is known to ho qno of tho vory fow work of tho sailing vessel. All dam-doop-Kcu
skippers who, through unerr- URo siistulncd is woll nhovo tho wuter
lng judgment can bring, nnd havo lino,
brought, their tommauds Into tho liar-; . .
hor of Honolulu at any and all-honm An Increase or I127.I5U lu dlildends,
Of tho night. On moro than one oc- paid by ten or Maine's sixteen steam
caslon Captain Weeden has arrived off railroads, over the previous year, was
tho harbor nfter midnight from an Isl- shown by the annual report of tho
and port, and his steamer has beenrullroad commissioner..
The acme of typewriter con
struction. Tho Oliver la scientific In prin
( clple, flawless In construction,
accurate in adjustment, splen
didly efficient in operation.
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alex. Young Building
Intelligent white Hngllsh-spcuklng of
fice boy. Must be neat und Indus
trious. Apply Olhir 11. Ionising. 80
.Merchant St. 62M-31
Clilneso boy with some experience In
store. Apply Honolulu Motor Sup
ply, Ltd , Nuuanu, near Ilerctanla Ht.
ROOM AND BOARD.
The Itosclawn, IMG King llcuutitul
grounds, excellent sen Ice ,
New cottages, Kort Street Intension.
Rents, IIS and UK Apply Tim Kee,
King and Alukcn Sis. 5263-lw
Popular House, 1249 Kort. Cool rooms,
tub and shower baths. t,262-3in
r-URNI8HED ROOMS FOR RENT.
Alakea House, next llulletln Rooms
12 week Hatha and telephone.
5x7 Century camera; worth SCO; with
complete outllt, will sell for S2r Kx
cellcnt condition. Phone 2744.
Manoa Kxprcss, King and Hnutb ; Tel.
102.1. Hxprcss and draylng or all
kinds. Prompt and etllclent sen Ice.
Six teams. 52M-2m
Asabl. r.GI N King; Tel. 2227 ClothCs
called ror and delivered. Mending
KuJI Co, 618 N King; Phone 1S79. Can
furnish house at prices unheard of
Old furniture exchanged for ney.
Will send man to juur bouse Dis
count on purchases of 110,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
T Hokosbln. 711 N. King; Tel 3091.
lliilldlngs No charge drawing plans.
K Hum, 524 N. King; Tel 3921 llulld-
lugs, slone and cement work, etc.
.1 A. Nunes, King ijnd Alapul 24 years'
experience In Hawaii as horseshoer.
The Expert Watchmaker
1128 FORT STREET
We believe that our present line of Men's Shirts, Collars and Ties con
tains a greater variety than has been ever offered for inspection in
In Shirts we have "E&W" and ' STAR," so well
known for the high quality of material, superior
needlework and perfect fit. These shirts are in
styles for formal dress, semi-formal dress, business
and outing wear.
$1.25 to $3.00
SILVA'S TOGGERY, Ltd
LOCAL AND GENERAL
For a hack, ring up 2307.
CurloR from alt over tho'world at Ihu
It goes without saying thai very
thing Is Hcs nt The Knrore
Special prices on potteries nnd
brasses. Arts and Oralis Shop.
Tho Underwood Typewriter Visible
nono better. Wnll, Nichols Co., Ltd.
Wunlcd Two moro pnssengera for
nround-tho-lsland at 16. t-ewls
Stables und Oarage. Tel. 2141
If ynu want n aorxTJnb dour on an
auto or carriage take It in Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg Co. 27 Queen SL
Did )ou ever try thn Kxpcrl lint
Cleaners on Kort street with ii soiled
hat. Satlatactlon Is guaranteed.
Ilicyclo Supplies niuf Repairing. Roy
al Nnvy Ulcyclos, $11. ICasy terms.
l)nw-snn Urns., Smith nnd Hotel Sts.
Drink Hires It Is juiro; alsoi tho
distilled wator bnttfll (l'tho Consol
idated Fudn Works. "Vhono 2171. .
For nn nuto call up .loo Santos at
Voting Aulomnhllo Stand, Phone 2511.
Sovcn-senlcd 'Pope-Hartford, No. 921.
llrlng HI Green Hlninils nnd olio dol
lar and get a complete Hoy Scout suit
f6r vacation. Green Stamp Store,
Ilerctanla nnd Port slrcols.
Seats are on sale for Ka Mylolt
Song Recital In the Oi'yni Houno Mon
day evening, June 17th, nt ll.f Pro
motion Rooms, Young building. Phono
Mnll will bo dispatched for the
Philippines with the departure of tho
United States Arniytninsport Thntn
ns, dcpnrtlng for Manila nt 5 o'clocl;
Tho summer course of shop mnthc
tnatlcs and drawing for tho machlno
shop apprentices will open at tho Y.
M. C. A, this evening. Tho class will
ho under tho Instruction of .1. 1'. Hor
ry, Jr., of the Honolulu Iron Works.
Dr. Sun Yat Sen, founder of the
Clilneso Republic, will hno n hard
(lino establishing the republican form
of government In China, says J. I).
Mclnerny, who has rceontly returned
from ii trip (o tho Orient nnd tho
Auto trips around tho Island will bo
mndo every Wednesdny by tho City
Auto Stand cars; anion Icnvo stand at
9 a. m. nnd return about l p. in. Threo
rarn will be placed on run If required.
Ilntos Tt.no a passenger. Those de
siring to make trip art) requested In
emtio and book. City Auto Stand,
Phono 36C1 or 1170.
. m .
DR. COOPER VISITED
FAMOUS MAYO" BROS.;
PRAISES MAJ. MUNSON
Dr. ( II. Cooper, who nrrived on
thn Wilhfllmlhn fmm tho school nt
Kort Leavenworth, included In his
lour u visit to Iho famous Mayo
llrolhors' establishment In Minnesota,
whom ho spent a considerable llmo
attending tho clinics. This was a very
interesting and atunhln wind-up of
Iho period of study that Included
about ail tho conditions a modicnl
man could meet In pe.ace or war.
"Tho c.nurso at Leavenworth was
real study," commented Dr. Cooper,
"because It was all now lo me, Tho
tlnin I spent nt Hie Mnyos' was almost
n vacation on account of Its being In
lino wllh my general surgery practise.
"Whllo nt Kori Leavenworth I was
thrown Iji contact with Major I',. I,.
Mtinson, head of tho Medical School
nnd it was a real treat to ho associat
ed with such a man. Major Mtinson
Is an authority on military sanitation
and technical and tactical warfare
lie has written extensively and his
works nro quoted throughout tho
world. Major Munson Is a man of
great personality and ptofound learn
ing." DUNCAN'S GYMNASIUM
G. M. DUNCAN
KB Ber.tania St ipp. Royal Hawaiian
Neckwear for all occasions, 50c to $2.00
(Conttnu.d Irom Pag. 11
be held on that day This lnporilnii
Is Intended to give the iiimmllt I
general Idea of the work to be dime,
and also that the householders ma)
have pointed nut condition whlehthcy
are expected to remeilj at once.
Juno 20 will be generally a da) lir
carting debris that has been previous
ly collected to the dumps and for a
second Inspection by the captains of
the districts to sec linu their Instruc
tions have been carried out
Plenty of Labor Promised.
William Wolters, chairman or the
committee id labor, repotted yosterda)
that an abundant supply of lalmrers Is
promised It Is probable that upwards
or SOU men will bo engaged ror that
day The labor committee held a
melting during the afternoon and de
cided various details In connection with
their part of the work.
Another Meeting Today. I
-The captains of tho various districts i
will hold another meeting this after- j
noon, ut which time Acting (iincruor
Mott-Smltb Is expected to tie present
Willi d.lt.i finin the llnird of Health
us tu (he number of Inspectors need
ed in tiarr the ground on Saturday
t'lmlrmnn Norman Watklns of the (
committee or transportation has sent
out reply postcards to automobile own- !
ers, usklng them to donate their ma
chines with drivers for Inspection pur
poses on June 20, Clcan-t'p Day, III I
eihr, to cover tho ground thorough!) I
A largo number of automobiles are
almost liidlspeiisiible. and It Is hoped
that many favorable replies will lie re
ceived Mangoeo and Clean-Up.
This Is a record-breaking year for
mangoes In Hawaii W M (JUTaril,
who has charge of the .Mediterranean
fruit My campaign, sus that not with
in Ills memory has tin re been such
a tremendous quantity id this fruit in
and around Honolulu To make mat
ters worse, the rrull mango seems tu
bo a raxorllo breeding plm-o for Iho
fruit lly. and u considerable propor
tion of the fallen fruit Is found to
have bcn slung by the pest.
Sliue tho mango season reall) open
ed, Mr (llrfurd stales that about ten
huge wagontoads or the fallen fruit
are collected by his Inspectors dally,
and that tills promises to continue ror
mi Indefinite length or time.
At a meeting or tho captains or the
Various Clean-Up Day districts held
)estenla) afternoon, Mr. Glffard was
c)nlcal In Jdrt remnrks concerning the
attitude of especially the wealthier
class of citizens, towards the fruit lly
"It Is Iho wealthv ones who rooner-
ato tho least, and the poorer ones who!
most try to help us," u.is the way Mr '
0 1 mini put It "I should just like to
show )ou our report books You would
bo surprlMid at tho names you would
llnd on It Hair a doren or more no
tices In many cases are common, and
then fnquently wo have to clean up
tho till Ic li fruit ourtMivc Tho worst
districts are In tho Piiuaboii hit lion,
between Wilder avinue .and King
street; the Punchbowl district on both
sides of L'mmu street, and through the
residence section of Nuuanu I'ltlrui
worth hundreds of thousands of dol
lars are utterly Indifferent or antag
onistic to our work "
Mr. Ulrfard stated that already the
county Incinerator Is practically chok
ed with the fruit and' has great dllll
culty In disposing of It He suggested
that an effort bo made hi connection
with tliu general I'leau-l'p campaign
to havo fallen mangoes and other ref
use fruits placed In sepal ate piles In
order that the carts might carry away
tho fruit first, disposing of It possi
bly b) carrying It out to sea In scows
Colonel J W Jones suggested the
use of a simple incinerator such as
the arm) uses In disputing of camp
roruse This consists or a hole In the I
ground a row reet deep, lined wlthj
rough stone, In which a lire is built
After the hole Is thorough!) heated,
Colonel Jones stated, a surprising '
amount ot rc-HiM can be burnt up by
ai'dlug a small quantity at a time, to
gether with a very little crude oil ami
wood It would Im a simple matter,
he beile-ved, ror every householder to
dispose of his own refuse fruit In this
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Welt Soles - $4.50
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