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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN JUNE 27, 19H.
rivn We Bottle v ' ': ... ' Pure Milk especially v for - Ocean Traveler And We Wi Re iver . ? To Any - Steamer Crossing '. the Pacific . ? n ?. : f : '- Honolulu Dairymen's U Association"-' PHOENIX PICNIC HONOLULU LODGE NO. 1, MOP : ; ' ' Will Hold Their pTrst Annual Picnic at the . PENINSULA, SUNDAY, JULY 5." General Public Cordially In vited. Hawaiian Band in At tendance. Dancing and Sport. . Ticketa 75c - . Refreshments and Lunch to be . bad on the grounds. . m. SUDEII CALLED TO HIE GREAT Dl IW PnOiViOTIDN COHM PLANS IRE ATTRACTI01 FOR TOURISTS TIIAYEIISAYS ; : : , BOND PROJECT ,: a filial ' .. '-.4,1 r ii rAnnv (ILL Umiiii Maul's plebiscite to decide whether 1119.000 of .county ' bonds shall be is- needed public improvements Is being NV J. ' ( vJ y Thayer, secretary ot the territory, the voun ,wmi snow max tney iavor ui ; bond, project at the plebiscite. - i j ;ri think that It ought to pass, and from toy' observations while on . the Island. I believe it will. But the mar gin will be narrow, for In order, for It to carry it is necessary that the replaced -prompt majority cf the registered voters on ; . v the island vote In favor of 1L And I Special lenses: ground, to" order. t believe there will be a large number Broken frames promptly repaired. who . will not vote. I am .waiting an ;near ine returns." , r - Broken Jenses and accurate work. i To enlarge the usefulness ot Kapio- round-the-wcrtd cruise via the ; Pa- lanl Park both for residents and tou-jnama Canal, San Francisco and Ha rts ts. the Hawaii Promotion Commit-j wall. H. P. Wood presented a letter j tee hopes to secure ine estaouanment wnicn ne naa just received rrom the 1 I of at least a nine-hole golf course cn manager of the Hamburg-American Wife Of PaStOr Of Central Union 018 grounds. The matter was Company In New York stating defln- rhiirh Piecflc Aunw AOap . taaen up uuormauy among mem oera ueiy inai uiese snips wm visu ooin UllUiUI raises MWay Hlier of the committee ft day or two ago Htlo and Honolulu.. ; ' . . . v a a a l - - -- I a . w .- vu. 'j . Several Weeks' Illness lar; meeting yesterday afternoon. J. - D. Mclnerny was appointed J to vote to hold a school teachers com-: a peuuon. xuree ,cosuy uauieies rwiu ' A sueclal memorial uprrfr ll h!tf in rntKit fniAn nivh . a... mmmittM cf one to recuest th sun-. b offered as' first, second and third o'clock tomorrow afternoon In honor' ervisors to provide public golf links Vrlte for the three best , descriptive c the memory of Mrs. DoremniScid-, e park, V,: ; .S-f :&rt&?n be carried out if possible. V ! tiT r . . . r r competition. v .-. -Steady progress and jnud -work by ( Handicapped by Uck of funds, the the committee were shown in letters cojnmittee will ask : the Chamber of read at3 the meeting and In ojscus-. Commerce for j400 ingtead ; of MOO ness or several weeds' dnratlon. Rev. JU A. Kbersole will condnct the ser-vlc-s.' ' .. following the. fcneral- services for t n iiri . ' . VWUliiJrv will be cre4l8ion of proJecU to receive and enter- j monthly, en to ? win" tourists. . It was decided, to get gecreta iu.cu iraiiifa prompuy repairea, w Factory on the premises, vf-j ouslyrJoO iA' U -SANFOllO -K0,L0A stockholders ? . - OPTICIAN : Boston Building . ,:: . .Fort SL - Ovtr May L. Co.1 .. APPROVE BOND ISSUE cr r -'. Coyns Furniture Co. Alexander Ycung .Ctds 1C53 to 1C59 Dlshop St. . At their meeting yesterday, in' the v j Hackfeld building,; the stockholders ; ci noioa .sugar i:a unanimously ap- prove the $300,000 gold bond issue. 'As previously reported,. the proceeds of -the: loan-are to pay for the mill erected last year . 6nd the Irrigation. :d?tch from Llrua.' The bonds are ra dHh from Lihue. The bonds are. re- 20 years, and bear Interest! aV 6 par cent per annum. ;;;'iiv Ilpnolulu PhotoVva Supply . Co. : KODAK HEADQUARTckn K UZ9 Fcrt Street : For ICE CREAM FREEZERS - ; See X"Hlr: CITY MERCANTILE, CO. 24--Hutel SU 'nr; Nauana'-' Phone 4206 ' SPECIA!. . ..a FLlrts at .11.00 Ea. Four-in-hand Ties 50c Ea, Ilea's Hosiery .......2 pra. 25c ;- YAT LOY .CO. King St. V" Nr. Nuuanu St .. DANCE AT HOME- , . TO "VICTOR MUSIC. For Victrola. Prices and List of ;. Victor Records, ask the CCRCSTROM MUSIC CO, LTD. :' i:ELPIREJHEATER;gg , Educational .to a degree In its ml3 ston,; better "than : a. . travelogue," 'and , w 1th all the outdoor beauty and splen 'dor of scenes' to be, found in the hls .toric holy land, a moviilg picture 'pa j tarama i of! the ancient city of Jeru- salem, together with Interesting bits j of Its environs,' is. a. star offering' at the Empire Theater for this afternoon and . evening. . Comprising a beautiful Etudy of Palestlner the street life- in Jerusalem's Y narrow - and crooked streets, a passing glimpse ; ' of ' , the Church of the Holy Sepulchre,-views takeif fit the Garden of Gethsemane, a visit" to .-the mosque of the faithful, then on to historic-Bethlehem, a Jour ney along the banks, of the river Jor dan, then following in "c rapid succes sion an animated presentation of the coast line; of the Dead -Sea- and the Sea' of Jericho, the. production is fax and away the most ambitious of its kind introduced in this city in many mouths, '.k . ' v ' . ' ."? - An Empire offering today Is a drama entitled The Call of the Blood," in which a beautiful girl stolen in her youth by Indians,' is discovered In their camp by a trapper, who; learns her sad story , and later brings about a meeting between the young, woman and her father. - A new, farce comedy The Democratic state - convention opened at vRaleigh, N. C, to nominate a -United States senator. V Mrs., Scudder the remains msted ; and the stihes taken to ? Win- 13111 wunsis. ,u w as ueciaea. to get SecreUry Wood reported ; numerous Chester, Mass..- for Interment -beside u. raierumuieui j matters showing the growth of -tiie the children or Dr. and Mrs. Feudder. j benefit of-the tourists who will visit tourist, traffic The newly-organised 4 The news of , the death of, thh bfi Honolulu and HIlo on the Hamburg- committee is extending Its 'scope of loved wromsn comes as n sever? rhock j American steamers Cleveland and Cin-jwork and paying more attention than to many of her friends in Honoln'u ' cinnati early next year. Both ateam-1 ever before to the entertainment of who were not aeqaalnted - wIPi - te t er !eSLje New York next January on ar the tourists after they reach llawaiL" ire i . w;t ; f ne wes senossiv in;nps fact bavins been earef ally: guarded hv the family and a.very small c!rcle of Intimate friends, - MiiC Scudder was a nitlve of W's consln. She swas born at Angela Wis.. June 17.-1859. - Her mMden name was Ellsi Jane Canfleld." her fathe- T CafieM bein a fcndant of Elder Brewstejp of the' Mayflower She en-tp-ed . Vassar college n the- class of 1, kI...,!.. h Union v parish house on BeretanW fore beinr-graduated - owinr: t-y , the, . . Tthtk, n, ( c,(1,.. y de?th of hermother,' In W2 Missi rVM ; ' .. . n." tr i ance will bold a "students night In ITS ;Ifendal b"t, was .widowed. In , from insUtuUons 18 8fv'K;:'; t'-Vv- "it'.f'-TrV'iand'k. few departing members. ; Followlne; the death of her h unbind. ) t, Those " who graduated are Misses Mrs;,. Kend'll - undertook ' missionary shoo Tsln"Kau. Yln-Tsin Kauv Ua work fnY Japan, making the .Jonrnev i ral Soong, Aoe Ting, Emma Kau, Ma- :Wong and Miss Emma kau. is at work t the Orient at er own eTDense on; bel Ahuna, Annoe H, Hohu. Ruth Ing endeavoring to make this occasion a beha!f of the rVAmeHCJin i Ponrd .r.iAt and Julia Lee of thei,Normal .school; very enjoyable one. : : i- "Nl Jgrttar the . farthest, frontier station e ; - : - ; t - i - - -i- ' , !n the mission, she became acquaint- NtW nlLU hhUtKALO -; : raent ior,nanaiing mis sort or, work. GUN METAL CALF WITH KID OR CLOTH TOPS : XX THE FAMOUS "F1T EA2Y- SHO E. C V ,t ruiniccr QTiinrnrrou in a nircfe UIIinLUli O 1 UUUIU rtLLIrtlUL jL. .. WILL HAVE SPECIAL raGIIT r-r McEiieriniy Fort above King Street On Monday evening, June 29, begin-. Miss Alice I Lccng of the McKInley nng at 7:30 o'ccy. at r-.e Centra) J high school : and Messrs. Alfred Yap, JosephrYap, Jongg Coo of the Puna-? hou collega : -l-v K-ri j-1: Those Chinese . ' s tud en ts" . whes 9 standing' in schools is from the eighth grade up-, the Alliance cordially ., in-. vltes to come, ;:'V;;-'---';v"-;',;v -r The social and 'lecture committee, -composed of Messrs E. S. Kong, Qulnn IV n i. .a I i ii AW ANTON STANGE & BRO. 1 Photic ortlcrn for nrca1 , Cukrs, Pies n ml Fancy Past r ies, efe.;.wiH roorivc prompt attPTition. '''rX"-''r-:- t: 1119 Fort St. Phone: 383 ed with Trl Scndder. detslled to medT- cfl mlFTnary,, service for .the;Airein rari Board. They were married .Tine 21. 18P8." and the followlne yea" Wr compelled to; refnrn .to - the UnltM Ft?tes t)wlng to serious Illness In the ..i ...- . .-'-.,-'- '-vr..; . 1 . i it . ... mm nnm urn i nr- : wu s me joo. , ,. ; , ; DgiLUiuu : .uiuu ' DC ' The appropriation for the edifice UNDER WAY VERY'SOON was '$2no,00a and & is :-tcr be of rreln : i i -,-5!? v torced concrete Practically all the ma f Special Ptar-Buiietin Wtrplwral . terials will ? be cbtalned ? from local f .HILO, June 26.-r-Dlxt;will fly on the, sources; even to the structural steel, site of HiTo's new federal .i buildine Mr. Campbell expects to. return .to the -.ISCbaX ?JLi tAiiiWtlfJea v within the neit few daj's.t Such'Ia the'malnland In a week or ten days, leav- iVs a rnrnt active ' worker In I promise of A. Campbell,' the Salt Xake Ms the business: in: the hands of the Equal; to the Sterling mark cn Stiver. PACIFIC ENGINEERING : COMPANY, LTD; Consulting Designing" arid Con- : structing Engineers. Bridges, Buildings, Concrete Struc tures, Steel Structures, Sanitary Sys ums, Reports and Estimates on Pro jects. Phone 1045. - City Diy Goods Co 1009-10 U Nuunau SL '1 Successors to :'; 8ING FAT CO. NEW LINE OF ORESS GOODS JUST ARRIVED. ri ; , , n 1 ! ill.'li If! SUCH PAII1 innn nni nnirn 11 Slaughter: Sale; Is still on at 152 Hotel Street - M R. B E N,N -V HAWAIIAN PICTURES, STATION ERY, PICTURE FRAMING, ; OFFICE SUPPLIES, YE ARTS AND -CRAFTS SHOP x 1122 Tort SL Suffered Ererything Until Re V stored to Health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegeta- v .ble Compound. . TiorencerSo Dakbt VI used to be Verr " sick ' every' month with bearing down pains and backache, and had headache a good deal of the time and very little appetite. The pains were so bad that I used to sit right down on the floor and cry, be cause it hurt tne so and I could not do any - work at those times.-"' An old wo man advised me to try Lydia E. Pink ham's Vegetable Compound and I got a botiie.'' I felt better the next month so I took three more bottles of it and got well so I could work ail the tune. 1 hope every woman who suffers like I did will try Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. " Mrs. P.iW. Lanseng, Route No. 1, Florence, South Dakota. ' "Why w ul women continue to suffer day , in and day out or drag out a sickly, half hearted existence, missing three-fourths of the joy of living, when they can find-. health in Lydia Pmknam s vegetaoie Compound?, ' ; For thirty years it has been the stand ard remedy for female ills, and has re stored the health of thousands of women who have been troubled with such ail ments as displacements, inflammation, ' ulceration, tumors, ; irregularities, etc j Ii -yen want special advice write to Lydia E Pinkham Kedieine Co. (confi dential) LynnIla&s ' Tour letter will be opened, read and answered by a irom&n and held in strict confidence. . . . wVn mill ttrafoK Mnltniiflnn la Am a nn So nSrlrpuh and an -active Iwf. beat; and Campbelljia negoUatlngiTbe annual meeting ot the Clvl3v n5JIrl5 See Cub ; From; with local ;men to whom the contract, Federation, called; for Friday evening r TsoTWW-rte was 5r nltlr,: J !a Pa lie Islands, "ably will be sublet. It la likely Charles postponed to Arcnday evening. June . She as active in the ,membefshtp of H. Will- who has ; a complete equip- at the same place the - Youne women s uuntia- ao--- . .. v ? T-fl"?vv ciaUon ; and pf- tne King s uausuw; DUN'S REVIEW OPTIMISTIC, v I, Dun'l Review (Newlf rk)-ef -Jun 15 takes1 a cheerful vie f of buslneai ;i prospects for the. rest U this season, v It saysti a:.,:- ,' -' :-:a ; "Official promise 6f -another ; pros- j perous - year; on- the ; farms' tends- to strengthen confidence- in the general business:- cutlook. Y I The government I grain report this .week made a splen- f did exhibit quite fulfilling expecta tions and,, in the case cf wheat, as- surance Is given of the greatest yiell th a t this country "' has ever raised. With the Increased ; wealth derived : from the soil the purchasing power of . the agricultural " community t will be j enhanced; an enlarged railroad freight;--traffic Is indicated by the bountiful harvests and, since funds here are in : abundant supply, no difficulty should , be experienced In -financing the-' mar ' ketlng cf the crops' Vr'' "In regard to the monetary situation , much significance' has attached to re- , cent developments', gold Is still being withdrawn from this center in1, sub- i stantlal ; volume without exerting any ; : material effect upon rates for accom- v modatlon. ; . Obvlously.'ithls Is - not a p normal condition; when some 117,000,-; COO worth of the precious metal is en gaged , for; export hi a .single week ; it t might logically be assumed that lend- -ers would restrict their offerings to a considerable : i extent. Yet, money is exceptionally cheap because require ments both in speculative and mercan-: tile chahnels are comoaratlvelv mea--ger; and the locdl banking position is unusuallv strong. This latter : fact means that one essential stimulus to business expansion is not lacking, and there now are several signs of reviv ing activity in commercial and indus trial channels. . , Absence of .conformity continues t to characterize trade advices, but, con sidered . in a broad sense, favorable reports predominate. Retail distri bution at leading points Is widening, and some improvement Is also mani fest in jobbing and wholesale depart ments, while rather less complaint is heard as to collections." V wafcsjg; LESS FLOUR -1 j ' s' iR-BULLEilliceiTSPERliOii Jt ' ' 'r ' - " r : ' ... ; "". m i mil ii i M . i. . . "' 1 . . ; . 1 r 1 .' ' . .' ' " , ' j- . 1 AUDir COMPANY OF HAVAll S24 BETHEL STREET Q S'A delightful pastime is motoringj spfjoially wlion riaing over smfHtrtrml fronr the heigh fa nf tvliirh one may obtain "such an inspiring panoramic Vienna ig jiot to befmml wonderful' islands. . J , x ' , r ;-; . X'-' '".Siiich .will be your, pleasure when taking this trip. The round-bip wilt cost you ing to.Manoa oar. line, ' : As you enjoy the nnexeelletl view arid breathe the pure mountain air, yoa will realize; what an opfortunity you have Ho niake your home amid these picturesque surrounding-, in llejiutihil AVMMllawn- Don't Miss This Beautiful Tr i io 2 . (' t - SUNDAY SCHEDULE- . I.!. Daily Schedule LEAVE MANOA CAR LINE A. M.: 8:30, 9:50, 11:50, rr tp tt w- - - nn f-- - rv - I From my ofiic Foii: &ercht StsftJ Fare;. , -, '.. -rl -ifer KlS Vcdh'th ' LEAVE MANOA CAR LIKE, P. 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