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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H, FRIDAY, JUNE 14, 1912.
Geary Slret, above Union Square
Europea Plan $1.60 a day up
America Plan $3.00 a day up
Hew ttee and brick structure.
Every coifort and convenience.
A high dot hotol at very moderate
rates. In te center of theatre and
retail dlstrtt. On car lines trans
ferring to il parts of city. Electric
omnibus neets all trains and
steamers. lotel Stewart recognized
as Hawaila Island Headquarters.
Cable Addrss "Trawets"AEC code.
San a Barbara
SAN FRANCISCO " K'"'
Reinforced Concretesutldlno. 22S Roomi. 21 tint
elm eating hornet illhlnl block, diletll.il SO
to 14.00 pJir. F..AA.W.Tunln.Prapt.tMir.
Ins the iiitrnnage of the
people win know what a
l,ood hotel should bo from
point of ojMne nnd ser
vice MISS JOHNSON,
Emma St., Pibove Vineyard
TRY A SIX-FIFTY WE.EK-END
QUIET and REFINED
Large cool outtlde roomi, private
sleeping verandat, phonoi in all roomi,
artotlan plunge, night and day tennis,
Four acres of BEAUTIFUL TROP
3PECIAL RATES BY THE MONTH
Home wai never like this
Newly Renovated Best Hotel
Tourist Trade Solicited
C. W. SPITZ Proprietor
Walklkl Beach Retort
FURNI8HED COTTAGE8..J1.50 Day
FURNISHED ROOMS.. 75c, $12 Month
PETER GIBB, Proprietor
Now Open Phone 2836
ME FOR A 8WIM AT THE
Bays the Wits Bather
Woven Wire Mattresses
King and Alakea 8treats Honolulu
OAHU FURNITURE CO.
King 'Street, oppotlte
P O Box 840
L. CHONG & CO.,
Mattrett Upholttering and Furniture
22 BERETANIA NEAR NUUANU
Wing Chong Co.
KING ST, .NEAIt BETHEL
Dealers In Furniture, Mattresses,
rlr, etc. All kinds of KOA and JUS.
S10N FDUMTCIIE made to order.
HOTEL ST. FRANCIS
AUTO DU3 AND UNIFORMED REPRESENTATIVES MEET ALL
t f tit
EUROPEAN PLANT, FROM $2.00 UP
UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF JAMES WOODS
p0i amioi Jx.)ti -S S"IM MiU0!!S! l!8I Bo'M
ojbo i) m tin ops )lQu s;
Union-Pacific Transfer Co.
oi Aq popuei
si ojnjiujnj jnoi uaiv inq ujeBdoj si pc s:ii
Get Some From
Tlin AUSTItALIAN UU'ITIIIt WI3 AUK HULLING PASSKD
AM. aOVKHNMENT THSTS IT IH SL'PKltlOlt TO ANY
utrrrnit sold iinnn
HEILBRON A LOUIS, Proprietors
or1 repair wo
Latest detlgnt in Fixture!,
Are the choice of the exclutiva man for
The Oriental Crepe Goods Co.
61 KING STREET NEXT TO ADVERTISER OFFICE
V T"l-jrV i la..
Of THE MOST EXACTING
rk promptly done in a tatiifae-
Domes and Reading Lampt.
Electric Co., Ltd.
Big stock of varied
Citizen Sets Forth Views
Improvement of Kala
lMllor Kvcnlng bulletin
A croat deal has bocu said nnd writ
ten recently nbout the proposed park
I in; of Knlakaim avenue, about the
beautiful automobile road which could
bo established on that thoroughfare,
and a groat deal more to tho snino
effect, but not a word has bien Bald
In behalf of those who travel on foot
Vud who, necessarily, must use tins
uvcniio because their homes nro local
id there. If tho present proposition
Is carried out, where do the pedes
trlans comu In? It Is bad enough as
It Is, when people walking along tho
avenue ara in constant peril of their
Uvea from tho speeding automoblllHt,
but how, at least, they have a faint
chance for Bafcty by hugging, If not
(.limbing, the fences while tho ma
chines go skidding ami thundering
over the road, which Is apparently Just
wide enough for them to moid colli
slon with each other
Hut what will it ho when the center
of the road Is fenced In to gho tho
trees n very doubtful chance of grow
lug In oiled macadam? By all meatus
let us have a "Prndo" or "Lunetta" or
any other fancy style of road, but
plcaso consider tho man who walks,
and who pays his road tax as will us
tho ihaulTeurs do.
Out' paper says, "Kulakaua avenue
wouliTIeally ho u drlo to add tn Hie
pleasure of homo people and tourists
alike." Suru It would, but bow ubout
the pleasure of tho humble pedest
Hao you cer, Mr lMltnr, walked
on Knlakaim avenue and gulned most
strumous exercise by dodging flying
automobiles and enrrhges while vain
ly looking for a sidewalk and safety?
One paper bemoans cum tho fact
that tho aenue was iir widened and
says that "The boulevard was spoiled
jenrs ago by cutting ml lis vernal
and arboreal beauty nnd straightening
nl tho expense of Its graceful umes "
Indeed, the curve at 'Sumo South"
wns grand, notwithstanding Its nar
rowness and further along there was
that famous nnd beautiful nine with
tho sweet scent which pormeated the
cooling brocie from the swamps and
duck ponds at that point known as
Hopkins' or (lllbert's switch.
If wo had lived In an automobile
ii go then, tho clinuffeuiH would have
had some sport with the poor pedes
trlans, considering the curves and
I narrowness of the road. Too had,
rcnlly. It was changed, as then no pe
Idcstrlnn would have bad one ihauio
I In a hundred of getting "from under."
Ho would have stayed under.
Gangs of prisoners have been clean
ing Knlakaim avenue along the fenco
line of tho wealthy, hut when It came
to tho homes of the poor there wns
no Interference with the weeds aud
3hrubs growing outside the fellies
Probably they looked to tho pilsou
gang like an embryo "park," which
they thought It would have been van
dallsm to destro). So tho "park" was
left Intact till this dnv.
All good citizens wish to sco the
city of Honolulu embellished, but In
beautifying our narrow roads we
should avoid Interfering with their
utility and the comfort and rights of
pedestrians should ho considered as
much, If not more, than the pleasuio
of Bpcedliig.aulomoblllst or the tour
1st, who is, In tho end, only a bird of
'I hanking you, Mr. IMltor, for your
spuie, I am,
Honolulu, June 13, '12.
NEW STORE OPENED
BY MAUI PEOPLE
WAII.UKU, June 13 A new Btore
will be opened In Wulluku next month
under the name of The I'eople's Store.
Ltd The old Ilalley store, which has
I remained vacant so long, will be oc-
'.-.i.ilml liv tlin nou firm (n,iiniilnru
are now at work putting In new fix
tures and furniture, and remodeling
The old wnrehouso has been torn
down, und a new one Is to be erected
I There will bo two entrnnces to the
store Instead of olio us heretofore, so
I that peoplo may now enter the storo
from High street as well us from
A complete stock of general mor
chundlBe will bo carried The capi
talization Is $15,000. The olllcers ol
i the now corporation ure; I'atrlck
iCockett, president; Hev. U 11 Kuume
.helwu, vice-president; I) J. Guerrero,
'. ...... ... w a rt.n
irt'unuiur mm iiiuiiubci , ,, a vuii-
llngworth, secretary, und Chas Wil
cox, auditor Weekly Times.
e est e
ANNUAL REGISTER OF SONS
OF REVOLUTION ISSUED
Tho 1912 register of tho Hawaiian
Society of tho Huns of tho Itovolutlon,
.compiled by ,le A lllckey, Perley
'A liorue, llobert J Pratt und Howard
. C. Muhr, has Just been Issued. It con-
Inlttu (i lid, tit tlin ttiflilliflru Mini, I..V
olutlouary ancestors and a roster of
olllcers aud members of Aloha Chap
ter. Daughters of tho American Itevo
liition. In addition to a large numbui
ot other statistics of Interest to ull
members of the National organization
nnd Individual members
II Ul MI' 'llU.l.nil iKVII.
Toduy marks the twelfth year of
Hawaii's admission Into the Union
On Jul) 11, I900, Judge Haliford II
Dole wus Inaugurated us 1 Inw all's
m'urked 'Vlie'day In" the" evening 'n
. .... . i . .....
uriiiiuni niuugurui u.in uo !,
Cut i athviSci mJ mim, TWereDnsel
-DumaMnwr. 1 17
fer aa the
lick UtltAt i UWmUm, u nSoM turn.
Small Pill, Scull Data, Small Prtco
Genuine mu.it,.. Biguaturo
von Hamm - Young
Pioneers and Leaden in
the Automobile Business
Agents for such well-known cats
as Packard, Pope-Hattford, Stevens
r . -.j. nl- ri n..
Luryca, nuiuac, i iiuiuas (iiyci.
Quick. Overland, Baker Clectric, and
Types 22 and 34 Can Be Seen at Our
American Motors Co.,
Corner Alakea and Hotel Streett
GEO. C. BECKLEY, Sot. Dittributor
8UPPLIE8 AND REPAIRING
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, LTD.
CHUMAN CARRIAGE CO
For the BEST RENT CARS In the
city, ring up for
OLDSMOBILE, No. 403
C. H. B E H N
ALL WE 4.8K 18 A TRIAL
HONOLULU VULCANIZINO WORKS
Phon. 1823 Kapiotani Building
Use a PREST-O-LITE TANK
on your Automobile and save Oen
Acetylene Light and
Agency Co., Ltd.
Chemical Engines and
For Halo by
J. A. GILMAN
NOTIC'ir -If ou are In trouble, day
or nlklit, und can nut start jour iiutu
elthir (Itctric or gnilliie trouble
ring up Til JSlt or cull nt 70 School
R. J. BERGER
P O Hox 70S
182 Merchant Street Near Alakea
HONOLULU, T. II.
By Abadl.'t French Method
177 King Street
Dry Goods Store
IN SACHS BLOCK
72 Beretania Street
BAKER & HOKE, Props.
Only etlabllthment on the Itland
.nnlnniul tr. Ha Df-v C .an nn.
v -i ri--- - -- -' ---
A mott attractive decorative
novelty which can be uted on
any room of ordinary tize with
out repetition of design.
Thete frieze, are reproduc
tions of beautiful paintings by
Nurtery friezes and panels.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. KING STREET
I ORANGE BLOSSOM CANDIES I
The Moit 1'oputar Cnnd'es Made!
on tho Coast
HONOLULU DRUG CO, LTD. I
1024 Fort St. Telephone 13641
NEW DRUG STORE
SODA WATI'H POUNTAIN
HAWAII DRUG CO.
42 Hotel 8treet, at end of Bethel
Well Stocked with New Drugs and
VERY LATEST STYLES IN THE
BE8T QUALITY OF SHOE8
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.,
1051 FORT STREET
Pantheon Block . Hotel Street
ure made on the lutest London, l'urls
nnd New urk Custom lists
REGAL SHOE STORE
King and Bethel Streete
WAS AWARDED HIGHECT HONORS
M the ivnil California State Fair
held at Sacramento.
A QOLD AWARD
A BLUE RIBBON AWARD and
A CA8H PRIZF
City Hardware Co.
NUUANU AND KING 8TREET8
Watch Us Grow
James Guild Company
HOU8E rURNIBHINQ GOOD8
Collins Block Telephone 3SS1
K. O. HALL & SOn, LTD.
Cor. King und Fort Sta., HOMILCLU
Ilurdnarp, I'aliits und Oils, Ship
cLundlerv, Slotes, Crockrrr, Glass,
mire nnd Kllrben Ulentllsi Sporting
(loads, Guns, Iteroliers and Auimunl.
I F I T'S PAINT
And yoCf want a good Job, te. me
SHARP 3IQN8 ARE SEEN
Phon. 1R47 847 Kaahiimanu
Brown & Lyon Co, Ltd.
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDINQ
"Everything In Book."
Have You Seen Them?
THE CAMPBELL KIDS
THE PIPPIN PUPPY
THE PIPPIN PUSSY
Tlu ure at our store, and the chll
Inn will go wild nvir Hum
A. B. Arleigh & Co.
Hotel, Near Fort
For GENERAL OFFICE STATION
ARY and FILING SYSTEMS, call or
writ, to ut and w. will 011 your wants.
OlNCe jUDOsT CO,, Ltd.,
131 TORT 8TRCET
OKOLEHAO HAWAIIAN LIQUOR
AMERICAN and SCOTCH WHI3KIEB
RED, WHITE and SPARKLING
LARGE and SMALL BOTTLES
Special Attention Paid to Family
ROSA & CO.,
Corner Queen and Alakea Streett
TRY THE NEW HONOLULU BREW
A HOME BEER
SILK AT ALL II IKS
Tfl( phone 211
Imported and Island
WORK, DRIVING AND SADDLE
FOR 8ALE OR HIRE
518 S. King M.
TO 60X REDUCTION
Main Entrance! Near Hotel 8tret
1140 FORT 8TREET
has the best Home-Madc Bread,
Geiman Prelsels and Coffee Cake. Be
sure and ling up 2124.
1129 Tort Street
Hotel Street. Near Fort
May's Old Kona Coffee
BEST IN THE MARKET
E N R Y
& C O.
AT YOUR GROCERS'
N. B. Laming, Distributor
NO PRESERVATIVES IN
THE BEST MILK FOR
Your Grocer Selle It
MILK and CREAM
Kalmukl Dairy F. H. Kllby, Prop.
We deliver freah Milk and Cream
twice dally to all parts of the city.
Phone 373C P O Hoi 20
"TODAY'S NEW8 TODAY"
258 B.r.tanla 8L, ipp. Royal Hawaiian
I -TODAY'S NEW8 TODAY" M
SCAN'S TVHNASii I
Q. IM. DUNCAN .
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