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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, June 24, 1912, 3:30 EDITION, Page 5, Image 5',
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CVENINQ BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H., MONDAY, JUNE 24, 1912.
We carry all kinds of shoes, but when we have
fitted you out with a pair of
wc somehow feel more contented because
know you have bought the best shoes made.
having only the
von liamm Young
Pioneers and Leaders in
the Automobile Business
Agents for such, well-known cars
as Packard, Pope-Hartford, Stevens
Duryca, Cadillac, Thomas Flyer,
Buick, Overland, Baker Electric, and
others. ' - i
Typei 22 anil 34 Can Be S.n at Our
American Motors Co.,
Corn.r Alakaa and Hotol Str.ett
GEO. C. BCCKLEY, Sol Distributor
SUPPLIES AND REPAIRING
ASSOCIATED OARAGE, LTD.
CHUMAN CARRIAGE CO
For lh BEST RENT CARS In tl
city, ring up for
OLD8MODILE, No. 403
LANDAIILET, No. 580
C, H. B E H N
AM. WE ASK ta A TRIAL.
HONOLULU VULCANIZINQ WORKS
Phono 1823 Kaplolanl Building
Use a PREST-O-LITE TANK
on your. Automobile and save Gen
Acetylene Light and
Agency Co., Ltd.
Chemical Engines and
For Hale by
J. A. OILMAN
P. Q. Box 708
IK: Me-chant Street - Near Alakea
HONOLULU, T, II,
we Ji j
Everything best in the att of
good shoemaking is found in
They are the true aristocrats of the shoe world.
They are worn by that dais of men who ini'tit on
bcit that money can buy.
NEW FINISHES AND SHAPES
and regular finishes In
New finishes and shapes in
ut mail you a sample
llawai'an News Co.,
Alexander Young Building
Yoalorday was a strenuous day for
the fleh at tlio Aquarium anil It took
some lively work on the part of Su
perintendent I'ottor to save their lives.
The Inflow pipe from the sea became
clogged In Romn manner and the wa
ter that tlio flah worn then In was get
ting so Hlnlo that It beKan to tell on
come of them, uml thero was grnvo
danger Impending for Homo time.
Superintendent Potter lost no tlmo
In getting a gang or men at wqrk un
covering tjio pipe, and by forcing u
stream of wnter from a gurden lioio
through tlio supply pipe the clogged
part was finally cleared. Superintend
ent Potter says little sponges which
collect on tlio Insldo of tlio plpo -ow
und seaweed and Band which float
along through the pipe collect on It
uuu rorm a regular dam, provcntlng
the usual swift flow of the water. The
plpo Is only four Inches In dlan"
nnd Mr. Potter believes this shou' I he
replaced with a plpo at least i
luchoH, so as to prevent another clou.
A porcuplno flsh Is tlio latest addi
tion to the flnny tribe In the glass
(units, and It Is attracting considerable
Unto jou books yon want bound,
ruling done, or books inn do, send llieni
to (lie llulletln lub printing und
The splendid home of Mr. II. I Kerr,
on rucltlc Heights, In oifereil for
rent, lompletely finished, at 7B
month. Illcctrle lights, telephone, und
best wnter In the city Ilarn, gu
ruge, good ro.uls. JIugnlllcent land
scape und murine view Apply to
Trent Trust Co., Ltd., Kort St., be
tween King u ml Merchunt 8ts.
One Hbnre Hidalgo rubber und coffee
of 1905, heiirlng illvldend this yeur
Address "Hulilier," llulletln olllce.
AQUARIUM FISH '
LOCAL AND GENERAL
For a hack, ring up 2307,
Curios from ull over the world at tlio
It goes without fuyiutc thai mr
thing Is lies' ut The Kururi-
Special ptlces on potteries nnd
brasses. Arts und (Jrnfta Shop.
Friday was the thirty-fifth wedding
nnnlvcrsary of Mr. nnd .Mrs. K. S.
The Underwood Typewriter Visible
none belter. Wall, Nichols Co., Lid.
Tho Regimental band will piny nl
Kort Shatter tomorrow owning from
8 to 9 o'clock.
Wanted Two more passengers 'or
around-the-lataud at JC. '.ewU
Studies and Garage. Tel ZM1.
If you want u good Job dour on so
auto or carriage take it to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co., 427 Quen SL
.W...W ..,!, vn u,n ive,uillIIK. IIU7-,
Ol Navy Jllcycles, J45. i:sy terms. I
Dowson tiros., Smith nnd Hotel Sts.
Do not overlook tho Maul veal nnd
Austrulian smoked snnppcr nt tho
I Metropolitan Meat .Market, phone
Pineapple soda and Hire's Hoot lle'or
excellent summer drinks are hot-!
tied by the Consolidated Kodn Works.
For an nuro rail up Joe Santos at
Young Automobile Stand. i'lionn 2311.
Seven-seated Pope-llartrord, No. 92').
Hates reasonable. ,
Ronton Illud of Kohala has Just re
ceived word that he bus been elected
a member of the American Society of
Wring 10 Orcen Stamps and one dol
lar and get a complete Hoy Scout suit
for vacation. Orcen Stamp Store,
llcretanln and Fort streets.
Hawaii Is reported to bn much In
need of rain, especially throughout
the Puhulu district. Crops tbeio uru
uctually In danger of dying.
John West, accused of gross chent
In riding in Albert Machudo's nulo
on a promlso that J. II. Young would l
puy tho bill, wns discharged by Judge!
Owing to the new capital stock of
the Ouhu Hallway und Lund Company
being Issued, the stockbooks are to!
ue closed from June 26 to July 1 und
new certificates Issued,
The final uccounts of W, O. Smith,
fldmlnlRtrnfnr nt tha nutntn nf Annn
II. Dulley, were accepted by Judgo
Whitney yesterday und the udmtnis-
trutor was dlschurgcd.
I The Thompson Settlement Associa
tion ut Kohala on Ilawull has just
. sold Its crop or cane for this season.
The cane was weighed In 'the Held
. and paid for by the ton,
I Charles Stanton, manager of tho
Knlmukl ltnd Company, now In Sun
Francisco, will -o Kast the latter part
of this month to again figure with a
client for the sale of Lannl Island.
If you have any freighting to do In
a hurry nnd you wish It dona satis
factorily communicate with the Ho
nolulu Construction dnd Draylng Co.,
In the Hoblnson building, Queen
Superintendent Pope, of the Hoard
or Public Instruction, this morning
niado application to tha Commissioner
of Public Ijir.ds for a lot for the pro
posed new Kullhlkal school. Tho lot
chosen for tho site Is near Kallhl road
on Queen street,
l The Sulvutlon Army took the llttlu
chlldien o( the city tor un outing on
Sntuiday. Major John Willis of the
baivauon Army und Ills wrokers had
charge of the happy outing and ar
ranged u moat Interesting progrum or
races and games.
A plot or land containing 4800
squnru feet has Just been donutcd by
the Wutmett plantation for school pur
poses. It Is a strip forty feet wldo
und 120 fiot long, und adjoins the
present school grounds. Additional
buildings will be erected ut ouco.
Tliut the untl-mosqulto campaign
uccompilstied wide, results In destroy
ing the mosquito Is proved by the
statements of local drug firms to the
elTect that sales of buhach, the pow-'
dcr 'burned to drive the pests awuy, j
have fallen off very perceptibly.
Secretury Wood has Just received ul
letter from C. J. Hyder. one of tho
corresponding secretaries of the!
Ameilcnn Missionary Association of
now lork stutlng the "World" Just
held In Cincinnati was a distinct suc
cess und that ut tho next "World" to
be conducted nt Ilultlmore, Honolulu
und the Islands will be presented.
Auto trips around the Island will ho
mado every Wednesday and Friday by
tho City Auto Stand cars; autos leave
stand at 9 a. m. and return about
p. m. Three cars will bo placed on
run If required. Hates 1 1.50 a passen
ger. Ihoso desiring to mako trip are
rcmicstcd to coitio and book. City
Auto Stand. Phono 3GC4 or 1179.
Geo. H. Thayer, who Is the cuest of
Mem. II. 11. Pratt, Is a recent vis
itor to the Panutnu Canal. He wui
greatly interested in tho work, so
much so that he leisurely walked
across tho entire length of tho canal,
the better to Inspect It. He was In
'formed by .those iu charge of tho
work that the canal would be ready
for the water some time next yenr.
MI8S LAURA HAYNKS of Scholleld
Ilurrucks Is spending the week-end
with Mr. und Mrs, K. M. Cumpboll of
AKTHUll O. SMITH, nsslstunt At-
torney Genoral, will leave for Mauli
tho latter part of this week to attend ,
me sessiuus oi mo tux appeal ooaru
on that Island.
MISS LAURA HAYNKS 'of Topekn,
Kas Is visiting her cousin, Dr. James
Iluyues ut Scholleld Ilurrucks. Miss
Huynes Is to leave for Jupan and!
China und tho Philippines on July 4th.
wune ut tne uarracKs she was tho
eclplent of many social favors,
IIAILKLK In Honolulu, 9G4 Dowsett
Lane, Juno 24. 1912, to Mr, und Mrs.
S. Hnllele, a daughter. I
11 it 1 1 e 1 1 u ads best lluslui'ns (Jet-lent,
IsiMiiiiiiiilffl! IIIMflillli lnffiaB'll nnHMKv
"fell I Vo
111 I '
Copjri(hc Hut; SchifTncr It Mm
The league lenders tunic their re
venge from the cellar th. Impious fur
the lone giuiie the latter luixe won this
Beurott If Unite Asuhls could but
llut sometimes It pays to protect. In
the J. A. t'-P A C nrrulr Murklmiii
uent tn third mi nil ow-r throw Into the
Kwit bleaihers In returning the ball
to the diamond, Houbii sent It right on
through to the right-IK-ld bleachers und
Mnrkhum rap home. I'Yeltus protest
e,1, decltiring the riiiiuer eould not go
beyond third until the bull uiih olll
clally put In play, which meant that
the pitcher 111111 have It In the box
Umpire Ilitteneourt suit Murklmiii
back to third
Ijimaii, the1 college man who appear
ed behind the bat for the Hawalls.
guvu evidence of' lit lug u "coiikt" lie's
big and powerful und looked rather
uwkusrd, but lie proved mighty ac
tive, holding the riinntrs 011 base In
good milliner with his powerful whlp
urm. Hu ulso proved 11 valuable run
gttter, clouting out a home run high
over the rIglit-IH-kt cigarette sign on
the llrxt ball pitched lillit ll the sec
ond Inning, scoring his next time up
lifter being wulked to Tlrxt base, nnd
handing out a tvvo-bagger on his third
Vhunce, milking three of tho I law-all'
The Asiihls learned another "wrin
kle" In the national game yesterday.
A. Desha, The Hawaii shortstop, got tie
tween a runner und second buse,
cuiight the pitcher's throw nnd ef
fectually blocked tho runner's attempt
to get buck on base, tugging him out
The Asuhls protested, but found out
that It Is the runner's privilege imy,
hlx duty to smash right through the
buxeiimn If the bitter U In hlx way.
It was for xiich Interference that Home
Hun linker of the Athletics got badly
spiked In the world serli last fall.
He admitted lie hud It coming to him
und Hindu no protest
The value of 11 good Holding pitcher
was demonstrated by Clillllnguorth,
who also gave some very good reasons
why his former phiMiiate, now In the
Coast League of the Htates, Is always
boosting C'hlllliigvvorth to the Coast
magnates. People thought it looked
doubtful for the J A '"s when hu
went Into the box. luxteud of tuklng
Sho. Polish at
MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO.
-just loafing and
"The Store for
bU regular place nt shortstop, when)
1 he has proved the best In the local
lengue. Hut he soon ended such doubts
lie made live ujikMm nnd one put-out,
and some of these were of n sensation
al churaittr .And he struck out 11 v
battels, made two base hits uml one.
Kai 1 like Into tho barguln.
' C'hllllngworth lived up to his coguo
men n 11 "tool ciiMnmer" In the box
He uppe.iteil to work nliiiot ton fust
urly In the giuiie, und the wlxe ones
I thuiight lie would soon wear. out. Hut
le dlxplayed 11 Tiilek delivery and nil
iiccuracy in hurling to Imxcx that held
the limners tlote to the bags. Ills
I coolne.H ciiine Into evidence when the
' P. A. Cs got three men on liuses with
un mils. He hcltled down anil struck
out one, then caught 11 hot grounder
orf the but, hurling hack to cu tiller
und inahllni; that prrouuge to catch
the iinimr ut llrxt, thus making up ft
neut I'oul.Ie play and shutting ofT the
P A IV chuiice to score
BOND ISSUE IS
The President has approved the II.
BOO.OUO Territorial bond Issue. This
news, In n long cable Iroin Governor
I'Yeur, enme yesUrduy to Acting Oov
ernor Mott-Hinlth, nnd this morning
the wheels were pioinptly set In mo
tion to rush through the notation und
obtain tho cash ut the curliest pjAlhle
(lovtriior b'renr wunts Treasurer
Conkllng to meet hint ut Sun IViin
clsiii before he sails from that port for
Honolulu, on the Wllhelmlna. July 3,
but Mott-Hinlth cabled It I tit this morn
ing that this probably will prove Im
possible, und linked for further Instruc
tions, I'oukllng nt present Is nt Hllo,
iittendlng the hearing of the tax appeal
hoard. Ho was wirelessed to return
Immediately on the Mniina Ken.
Ho can not leave hero before Wed
nesday, 'on the Honolulu!!, which may
place him In Sun I'rnnclsco July .1 If
tho bout Is 011 time, but limy not leave
time for u lengthy conference with the
(lovtrnor before the Wllhelmlna's de
parture ut noon of that day.
Oovernor Prear, In his cubic, ulso
stated Hint hu bus asked Attorney (leu
cm! Wltkerxhmn for an early appoint,
meut to tho Kauai Judgshlp left vacant
by the resignation of Judge Hardy,
He wired Ids approval of tlui setting
aside of the vacant lot lit School und
Port streets for park purposes.
NOTH'IJ! If )ou are In trouble. day
or night, mid can not start your auto
sillier electric or ga .oil ne trouUc
ring up Tel, S9H or cull ut 70 School
R. J. BERGER
"doing much of any-
enjoying yourself, you often are
wnere you want to look well dressed.
Ttnakc a wcll-drt'ssetl
whoever he is; voiinjr
shape or lignre.
We fir anybody, any . mind, lv any pocket
book" in this store with these clothes. You
ought to wear them because they're the best
Suits, $20. oo and up.
., , pvercoats, 20.00 and up.
Worth of Dry Goods To Be Sold
At our Store opposite Catholic Church
Beginning at 10 a.m. Each Day
Show Cases, Chairs,
A great opportunity to buy cheaply.
A stock of Worth-While Goods
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