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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, WE0NE8DAV, JUNE 20, 1912.
Wc catty all kind of shoes, but when we have
fitted you out with a pair of
HAN AN SHOES
we somehow feel mote contented because we
know you have bought the best shoes made.
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An Old and Well Tried Remedy
I MRS. WINSLOWS SOOTHING SYRUP
hat ln tntd by millxtttt el motKen for llwtf ttuUmi
vrite t'rthmf, wrihprrffct auctfu. It tofteat six lurnt,
tlUyi pm. curft wind colic, and i it br rwneJy tot
&tt. SoU by Dfut mu. lie tuteondaiktr
Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup
Ltrd for mart than thrr ft iteration,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Everything best in the art of
good shoemaking is found in
They ate the tiue aristocrats of the thoe world.
They are worn by that dais of men who insist on
having only the best that money can buy.
Melnerny Shoe Store
. Co., Ltd.
Pioneers and Leaders in
the Automobile Business
Agents for such well-known cars
as Packard, Pope-Hartford, Stevens
Duryea, Cadillac, Thomas Flyer,
Buick, Overland, Baker Electric, and
Types 22 on J 34 Can Bt 3.n at Our
' Garage '
American Motors Co.,
Corner Alakea and Hotel 8troett
GEO. C. BECKLEY, Sol Distributor
SUPPLIES AND REPAIRING
ASSOCIATED OARAQE, LTD.
CHUMAN CARHIAOE CO
For th. BEST RENT CAR8 In th.
city, ring up for
OLDSMOBILE, No. 403
.LANDAULET. No. 580
C. H. B E H N
ALL WE ASK IS A TRIAL.
HONOLULU VULCANIZING WORKS
Phono 1823 Kaplolanl Building
Use a PREST-O-LITE TANK
on your Automobile and save Gen
Acetylene Light and
Agency Co., Ltd.
t'AI.I. FOIl SAMPI.i: OK
The popular new correspond
W'u carry nil fashionable sizes
In exquisite shades.
Illuminated monogram on each
Hawaiian News Co.,
Young Hotel Building
MItS. J. T LBWIS of Hllo. who
1ms been the hoiino guest of Mrs. Ollns
Ocro for tlio puBt wepk, returned to
her home In the Muunfl Kua this morn
ing. MRS. I'll I I.M 1 BKNOIIH and par
ty of this city Hend word to the elTect
that Hawaiian travel and Blghtseelng
ore affording much pleasure. Pnsa
aiJO. W. lilllllAItl). O. I A. of tlm
Chicago, Milwaukee & Pugnt Hound
Hallway at Seattle, writes tho Promo
tion Committee that he will endeavor
to hava Inserted In ull the company rt
folders notices about Hawaii.
II. I COLBMAN, son or City Mar
shnl Coleman, sailed Thursday from
San Francisco for Honolulu to take a
position with the Stnndord Oil Com
pany. He was formerly In the e in
ploy of the company at Sacramento.
Lodl, Cal.,t Sentinel.
MISS KRNKSTINK Mc.NEAU will
leave Saturday for Honolulu. Her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Mc
Near, are In the Yosemlte. Miss Mir
iam McNear Is visiting Miss Amy
Scovllle In New York. Her wedding
to Io Korbel will tuko place this fall.
S. P. 1'OBt.
II. M. MIX of Honolulu is visiting
Ills father. J. It. Mix. having arrived
horn Mnml.iv cvenlnK. Mr. Mix will
make quite an extended visit, remain
ing two months before returning to
hi Islam! home. He Is an Odd tel
Inv. unit nresldlnir olllcer over 1ih
llrst lodge of that order ever orgnnlz
ed west of the Hockles, which occur
red In 1S49, while Hawaii was still 11
mnnnrrhv Two lots purchased from
King Knlakaua, at that time the rul
er, fnr 120. were recently sold for
120,000. Sanger, Cnl., Herald.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record June 25, 1912.
From 10i30 a. m. to 4l30 p. m.
Onspnr Sylu by atty to Kdwsrd
C Howe ...,..Hcl
J O Henrique und wf to First
Hank of HI1in..til M
.Mrs nilza Roy et nl to Elizabeth K
White efnl D und Pur Ilel
Caroline J Robinson to Mrs Klls.1-
beth K White Pur '
Caroline J Robinson to Mrs Allen
8 Wall , I'r el
, MatlUla Walker- by ntty t ol to
I Jose dc K Sllvelra !
nilznbcth K Meyer anil hsb to
I Onhu Hullwuy & l.und ,Co. , D
! Curollne J Robinson to William K
Christina I. Wall and hsli tn Hllza
For hack,' ring up 2307.
Ourlos-from all oyer the world nl tho
It goes without saying that over?
tblng Is lies' at The Knrore.
Special prices on pntterleB and
brasses. Arts and Crafts Shop.
The Underwood Typewilivr Visible
none better. Wall, Nichols Co., Ltd.
J. i:. Hocha, Klltc building, Hotel
street, follows tho correct modes In
tailoring lor ludlvs.
Ukuleles, CalabaBlies, Trays, ftc, at
factory 1719 I.lllha aboe School.
Alleging cruelty and non-siipporl
Mrs". Pauline Hayes has Hied petition
for divorce from Otis Hayes,
nuuceu no iuuio inuiiutcii lur ,, , ..,.. ... ., .... ...ii.i
around-the-lsland at 10. Iwls leU(1 ,,e , Sux linil n ,,ou,,le ,mrM
8tables and Garage. Tel. 2141. T,.ncn ..Wnke. ( Wake," from Verdi's
It you want u good Job done on an . Attllla." A lulln duel by i:elyn cle
auto or carriage take It to Hawaiian .ux and John Niul und another se
(Vrrlage Mfg. Co., 427 Que.u St J ' lection by the iiuurtet und overture,
Hic);leSupllc8 and Ilepulrlng, Hoy- "The Golden Heeptcr," by the orches
al Navy illcycles,: 14l Kasy terms, tru, comiMweil the inuslcal proiirain.
Dowson Uros., Smith and Hotel Sts. Oratoni were delivered by leblro
Klyo Ogala was granted a divorce Jlnioknwn, "lluihldo"; Kim Knn l.ee.
today from Matakel Ogata by ..ludRu "A Future Need." mid Kenner Slick
Whitney. Non-RiipiioM was the ney, "Dur Mlsslnn In the World,"
charge. "Kllleleney In the Public Schools"
Tho meeting of Honolulu Chapter, wu the subject of- the brilliant class
ltoyal Arch Masons, called for toinor- uddrem delivered by Itev llllam II.
I- 1 ioci
Many Friends- and Relatives
Commencement exercises were held
In llin Mi'k'lnlrv llluh Hilimil hull hist
Iplenltiir. ilurlntr which twelltr-elaht
graduates received their diplomas.
Krlendn nnd jiari'litH of the students
packed thu hull to the walls and were ,
lilKhly upprtclutle uf the progruin,
which wns opened with Invocation by,
Hev. J W, Wadmun. "ureetlngs " wtre
row evening at the Tempte, has been
You will like the Owl Cigar) It
nus been o, ular with discriminating
liiiukers .cr Iwanty yen? At ull deal
ers for five rtntB.
In (.losing his address Mr Olesun
wekomed the ineinber'ri of the class to
the greiit army of workers In the world
The honor 'graduates are l.eom,' Hun
Imu, ZalliJa tie lu .Mix, Fou Kail l.ee,
Plneappl soda and Hire's Knot Ileer En Sue Yong. Charles Dowson, Mnsno 1
excellent summer drinks aro hot- Kuho, Ichiro MotoKaua, Adele Wlcke,
tied by the Consolidated Soda Works. Tntichlro Mlynharn, Itwiklchl Tamiira,
Phone 2171. .? I Mary llulna Hopkins.
Ask the Hawal'iMi Niiwk Co. fnr al The Rrnihitcs ure:
snn.lit of Kurd's SlOiil While I.tvji ' College entrance Ichiro Motoknnn.
clt. Oorrespondend'" Sta'lonorv. AH'Helene von Arnswnldt, Kn Sue Yong,
fns,.ionable sizes I nil sh.iles. -Kenner Stkkney, l.eong U111 llun. Ko"
-or on auto cnn up Joe Santos at K1111 l.ee. Arthur Wong, Charles Dow-
The choice of connoisseurs
the world over
Seattle Brewing & Malting
Young Automobile Stand, Phone 2511
Beven-seated Pope-Hartford, No. M29.
According to reports the cleaning
up of the streets In the Pawua district
of the city Is creating considerable ex
citement among the residents there.
uniy the highest gr-ii" o' hand work
fleneral course Olympln Snares,
l.ydla Dins, Grace Inn, Inaklchl Tn
mum, Mnsao Kuho, Imond Parker,
Kleunor Voxel. Ullohehinl Hutchinson.
Cfimtnerelul course Msrv Knlnn. IVstBla
I Hopkins, Kalldn de In Nux, Josephine I 1 1-1 lr
Azevedo, lllro Mlyahuru, .Yoshlo lllro
is UBed at tho French Laundry. 777 naka, Adele Wlcke, Arylmn Hoong, !
Mng street. Mr. Abddlc, the propri- Kook Tal Yap, Carrie James, Clara
otcr. norBonally Biuieri'lUiatls all work. Installs. Mela Peterson. William Rosa
Drlng 10 Green Stamps and one dnl-i The honors of this year's class wen'1
lar and get a complete Hoy Scout suit) captured by Koo Knu l.ee, 11 Chinese
for vacation. Green Slump Store,
Iteretanla anil Fort streets.
Heautify your home with Imartglass.
It is a pe Ice; Imitation real stained
g'asa and ptuduccs viry beautiful ef
fects. For saTe by Lwrrs & Cooke,
Ltd., 177 0. Kin stro,
The odlco of tho V'lH-less Is open
on week'dayB from. 7 u. m., to r,:30
I p. m. and on Sunday morning from
v to 10. Messagesi Mr chips at sea
will be received up 10 eleven every
night. Telephone lfiTt
A young Chinese named Willie Ah
Blng was arrested yesterday and
charged with going through the pock.
ets of ball-players
boy, who is nlso the class president
At the conclusion of the entertain
ing exercises Principal Marlon M
Scott presented the diplomas to the
class, after making his farewell talk
to them on the culmination of the four
"THE 8TORE FOR GOOD
Elks' Building King Street
Correct Modes Followed
J. E. ROCHA
Mrs nilzu Itoy et al to William K
Hoy D und Pur Itel
Mrs Kulinulello to Ah Sing !
Geo P Knulukou to All Sink 1,
Ed K Duvauchello and wf to I. I,
McCandless - M
Kst of Tom May by tr to J S
Marie K Humphreys and hub to
llank of Hnwnll Ltd Agrmt
Ellznbeth Rycroft to Mnrle K Hum
Entered for 'Record June 26, 1912.
From 8l30 a. m. to 1030 a. m.
Mnnoel Urnnco to Gestrudes V Cn
dlnha nnd hsli Hel
Kiiehu Knnehe to S NnkntsuJI .... D
Mlknlii Tcunelie und hsli to S Nn
Pokn Knnehe nnd wf to S Nakut
Jonquln P Martins to O Inndn .... I.
Kami Cornii to Itlntarn Murakami D
R Murakami nnd wf to Farm Cornn M
NOTICE! If you are In trouble, day
or night, nnd cun not start your nuto
either electric or gasoline trouble
Ting up Tel. SSH or call ut 70 School
R. J. BERGER
A force of ten prisoners, with sev
eral wagons, has been engaged slncu
lust Friday in disposing of tho refuse
from Clean-un Day which was left un
clothes at Athletic on temporary dumps Hi various places.
Park. Many Bums of money have Tho work Is being done under dlroc-
been stolen lately and the police Hon of Charlie- Costa, of tho County
think they have the! right narty. garbage department, who stales that
Petition for probating the will of "t wm ue compieteu mis weeK. some
Danforth Joy (JooOa.tttWusflledl In lomplalnVhas been made to tho Hoard I
Circuit Court yesterday. The hearing Health mid to the directors of
on tho will, which leaves an astute Clean-up Day concerning these tcm-i.
valued at 11500 to the widow and live l'orary dumps, out 11 is certain mat
minor children, has been set by Judge ?' w!" llBVe, ",?en removed within a
. - . fnli, ,lnliu IT. II lr a In at linnH onle n
Whitney ror July 30. ."" ""' " '. ;; u
Auto trips around tho Island will be 1,n,a" Proportion, of the rubbish and
made every Wednesday and Friday by teniso collected could not he permit
the City Auto Stand cars; autos leave t'ently disposed of jm Cleanup Day.
stand at 9 a. m. and return about 5 ... .. . ' ".. ' " T
p. m. Threo cars will be placed on Aioertu cuurs or Hiicriuun. wyo, nut
run If required. Hates I.S0 a passen- completed her 8100-mlle Journey ucrosj
gor. Thoso dcBlrlnB.to molto trip aro "' continent r''"" u pony uial uc
requested to come and fiook. City compunlcd only by her dog
Auto Stand. Phono 3GC4 or 1179. . "
VejrT"K P I J--. 1 r"1
Fetched an Extra
Circle Swing Derrick
Ring Up-Then Hoist Up
Geo. H. Paris,
Machinery Sales Agent
Chemical Engines and
For Sale by
P. O. Box 708
18J Merchant Street Near Alakea
HONOLULU, T. II.
IN POLICE COURT
Klght cases of assault and battery
were on tho Pallce Court calendar this
morning, and, at the request of the
defendants, they were continued until
C. J. Holt, Jim Holt and Fred
Wright, who nro alleged to havo com
milled assault on different people,
were In court this morning, but, as tho
witnesses were not present, the cases
were continued until July 2.
Hung Heong, Chinaman, alleged to
lin-i committed assault on another
with two Irqn bars, will be tried on
Friday morning. The Iron bars aro
row iri possession, of tho police- author
ities. J. WeSt, arrested for ombezzloment,
was tried this morning before Mon
tnrrat, and tho case continued until
tomorrow morning, when It Is expect
ed tho prosecution will put in more
J. Padrlko, Filipino, charged, wjtli
lurceny, was sent to' the reef for one
yenr. Josoph P. Mcdclros, charged
with the Illicit sale of liquor yestcr
I day, was In court today. Lorrln An
drews appeared for him, and tho case
was postponed until next Friday, June
1 Poor coul caused the Hrltlsli steam
ship Indian Monarch to travel rather
slowly acrpss the i'acinc trom ammo
nosekl. Julian, to Honolulu, Captain
K. P P. Wood reporting lino weather
during the nineteen dayB' passage. The
Indian Monarch is n large Hrillsh
tramp freighter and is laden with S500
tons Japanese coal, consigned to tho
1 Inter-Island Steam Navigation Com
pany. Tho vessel arrived early this
morning and was brought Inside the
harbor and moored at the coal Blip,
p Ibero to discharge the consignment of
...... ,..., ..,. 1 1"0'- Somo llmo BK Captain Wood
lln lie tin Want Ad will find IL visited Honolulu. He notes many Im-
to Hie Hullctlu lob nrlutlug und provementa since Ills last call at' the
bludcv iilaut port.
ch.Uckot App.Mlt. Iltul MulUTlni,
titt and wina on atomacn, uio.i.a r.e i-
Inc, P.lnt tn btom.cn .tier L.tlnr, 9KK
lltta.di, fia.m.a., wmwi iv.u,
Blllousntst, L Grlppt. Denrut Ftvcr.
Dl.bm. Grivt .incicitnicncni .ui-
. lll..1drTraabl.. tnurttll. Rhcu
ntllin , I mpurt moo j, Ljurrn, otnjiun,
Mtuncnon., ntryou. uio,a.r, ip
l.iin.n, Htmovii Wornit. Cum Ceo
ttlp.tlon, An.cml Coa4ltMlb.
A Grt.t Tonic lor Women.
It.OO per bottle, 3 for 12.10,6 lor f S.00
HONOLULU DRUG CO.
The tax appeals of Mrs. K, C. Judd,
the Kualoa Ranch and F. M. Swunzy
will b'e heard by the upeal board
this afternoon At leust the claims
will be taken up, though ull may not
be finished tpduy and may be comple
ted tomorrow, Tho appeul case of
Mary Hooke, ut her request, wus con.
tlnued yesterday to tomorrow after
noon. When the appeal of the John
II Estate, set for hearing Friday, will
llnlsh the Ouhu board's work.
Another ward of "red tape" was un
rolled this morning by the Federal
government lu the case of Linn Ynn,
tho Chinaman now con lined at tho Ka-
lllil liMaiillfil mill wlin Is npmiuail nt
bigamy. A bench warrant was issued, T" ',uy
tor ins arrest uy tne uircuit uourt,
following a mandate Issued yesterday
following tho decision returned In tho
case of tho United States Circuit Court!
nt nmwmla In tlm end T.nm Ynn tirnh.'
nhlv will tin eivpti Itifn llin eiistmlv tf Three
tho Federal olMcers and deported.
News comes from Alhambra, Cali
fornia, of tho death of Jared D. Uoud,
prominent in financial circles, C
tnrouguoui uiuiuuu. iwr. iiuuu muuu
several vIsltB to Honolulu, remaining
for months ut u tlmo und during
these visits made many friends who
will regret to learn of his demise, He
was for many years caBhier of tho old
bank of Fort Wayne, Ind., retiring
from that position In 1904 upon the re
organization of the bank. He then
toured the world, settling In Honolulu
for a time.
Shoe Polish at
MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO.
good second-hand G-seuted
automobile. Address "K," IiiUletlu
bedroom house, partly furnish
ed Hath, electric lights Apply to
Mrs. Pinigclluaii. 172 Kullhl ltd
HKNHY HAPAI Is now acting Ter
ritorial Treasurer, In tho absence of
Treasurer I). L. Conkllng, who may
not return until tho mlddlo of next
It. C. HOWMAN, who has chargo of
tho blacksmith department of the La
halunluun school, Is lu Honolulu, for a
week's visit, the bcIiooI having closed
for the Bummer vacation.
NEW - tmiy
NOTICE TO STOCKHOLDERS.
Honolulu Rapid Tr.ntlt and Land
The books of tlu Honolulu Itupld
Transit und Umd Compuny will In
closed to the trunsfer of stock ccrtlu
elites from i p. in , June ", tu II u, in ,
July 1, 1912,
D I,. WITIIINGTON,
Honolulu, June 2C, 1S13.
CASTOR I A
For Infants anil Children.
rtie Kind You Have Always Bought
Bulletin Want Ads rtlll And IL
Three Concrete Bridget.
The Kuiinl 1 .0,111 Commission will
receive bids until 10 o'clock noon of
July 0, 1B12. for constructing' n 90-root
concrete bridge at Wuloll Stream. 11
tfi-foot concrete culvert ut Wulpn
Streoni and 11 tO-foot concreto bridge
ut Wulkoko Streiilii, ull uenr the vll
luge of Iliinalel
For pluns, speeltlcutlons und purtlc
ulurs tipply to J. II. Morugue, Kuslneer,
Kuiiul I nun Kiiml Commission, l.lliue,
Kaiiul Appllciitluns to be accompa
nied hy 5 5273-Ct
Monday, July 1
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