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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, JUNE 27; 1914. "The Locse-Leaf Bock -With the ' Rings. . bimpiicitv. Compactness, Durility, : r are , the main characteristic of : , T v.'tbat'great:llne of Loose JP Leaf Price Book;, ... Memo. Books, - y ' '' :' . ". Ledgers, ' i, :- 1; ' ' V':? Ecrapbocka, ' : f, V Check Eocks,-. -v - . ' '; t Stenographers Note Books, ; . SHylents' Note Books, v ' ' Etc, Etc." : ' ' (HAWAIIAN NEWS CO. i yjy'l-: Limited. . '. f-;-; ':. In the Younj Building - j SYMPATHY i7ITH DR. FflY TO BE . IP! PULPIT FOR t Continued from pag one) I : Rev.. William ! Henry Pry, D.D., who arrired In Honolnlu yesterday to as- not more tnan .twenty or twenty-nve same the superlntendency of the Me- xnlnutes, yet he went directly to the thodlst. Episcopal mission, will set in to harness Immediately and ..: will preach both the morning and evening I I II I I ' l I r i II ' '' i ; . J 1 7. X , . - V f THE von" hAMM-YOUNQ CO, LTD., Honolulu. t f v ' r.v v-" - Agents :-' -i . ' ' :.. y VISIT THE NEW 8T0RE OF REGAL SHOES COR. FORT AND HOTEL 8T8. point 4n. every, topic and his com ment was sharp and pithy.. ; He urged larger, broader sympathy for the national and territorial admin istrations. : The government desires to do the right, the wise thing for the good of all the people, and if we ex pect to have it act intelligently and serve us we must play fairly with It, he asserted, ' He said - the national government should have any land or other tning it desired on uanu : or elsewhere in the islands if he could help it the ! government would s take f; anyhow but he proposed proving I UlUiBU IIICUU. ; . tutu .uc r Kl utu j be in a position to ask favors of the ! government for the people of the ter ritory. He asked that the citizens sus tain him in that policy because it (would be serving their own purposes in the end. " , ..t--- 1. He discussed the combinations of ; great wealth and the. menace they are i proving to the common people, and ioia oneny oi me one Bcaeme ue aa, ministration has, adopted in - an effort , to break up the largest combination of all that bf..money by decentral-' sizing. the financial and banking inter-! j ests. Hereafter; the money . placed in : banks on thes Pacific coast will not go straight to New York: and Wall ; street for manipulation by the gam- J. i biers;. it will remain cn the Paclflo t., . .-A 1 . 41 l ' 1 A . west . ""7- -:c-'::- "- r ' Practically all Hawaii county's re p v resentative business men attended, the 'dinner, Including most of the mem bers of the board of supervisors and the other-county offlcials. : : ; The governor .made brief reference i A GOKWS CAR ,0PI1 LAW GIVi r,iAuoor:ED short; severe dlov by M- FRfltl IIILO JURIST h" LO Boat Would Hava Been of More Use Than Automobile When" -It Rained on Hawaii: . ; . t Special Stir-Bulltln Correspondence . HILO," June' 26. A 1 decision which may be cf far-reaching effect through out the islands was rendered by Dis trict Magistrate W. S. Wise yesterday Special Star-Bulletin Correspondence! in tbe case Of Wong BUS, 1 Chinese r HJI.? HawaILf: June -rGovernor,"81148 Sunday for having opium Pinkbam - and . Captain ame I D.i'a "'T. f4 . ! Dougherty. hi aide, Hoi an expert?40 nder chapter 144 of the Session fence yesterday that they will not soon WB."1 v i88 forget ? A " torrential . rainstorm that P!?64:.111? .defedtn.t " .not.5u?tyr continue from ArHht wrf in. noaimr wat tne stawie is msumcient to the. night swept Hilo yesterday and t,-.- r,v; shalli constitute an offense of and non-effective because It does not what from Sam Johnson's home M Pahoa In the afternoon was caught hi a flood at Four Mi!er Just outside the city. . - The car of C. G Remedy, in which J Governor,; Plnkham was riding, was conpietelr , marooned by,; a . sudden wave that swept down the" vaney-' f nd rose to.withln.aa Incli or. two of the tonreau sesL eomnelllng the governor to . climb, u on the seat and sit on the back of iL .while the other elsht men of the party rot ont info the Icy, rushing - water " and with tbe tide at times up to their arm-pits; tneged ?nd pushed until by . main ; strergth thfty bad : hi uled the.: neavy machine ; to birbrr ground," .; 'y:- v-; The men .worc;; frantically for the water, was ristnsr rapidly, and Douei kind. constitute i an offense of that 'It Is. nnderstood Judge Wise, before rendering his verbal opinion, conferred with the second , district- magistrate, W. IL Smith, and that the latter con curred in the view taken by Wise The opinion is based on the rule Is id down by the territorial supreme court; In thef,M.Piito snd Yung Gang cases, in the.' Se.ventli Hawaiian Reports. ; The case was argued by County At torney ' W.'T-c Beers for the proaeeu tlrn' and Attorney H. I Ross for the defense. " ' X t'VCf iv- rii nder, the court's ruling It would seem that it would be useless hereaf terto make arrests' for opium sales of for having the drug in one's posses- FRESH Love'c Baliery ' ertv says thst fifteen minutes Ufter 'f?V under thernewterritorlal ylaw. they, bad got-the Isst r- throueh.V: Tifu e c w ? J uvnw Though it may sound unbelievabl e, there is a "tripod you can put in your vest pocket' , , . The Honolulu Photo S u pply Go; wi 1 1 gladly show it to you: ; . 'Everything Pnotosrsphic Fort Strtet 4 to, the recent graft scandal and the' 1 fact that several - former county ofii clals are now In the high- sherlfTs1. j care. "And they're going to . stay there aw-ile, said -he. "You might v- i Rev. .William , Henry Fry, D.D,"the new superintendent of the Methodist Episcopal Mis sion," who will - preach at the First M. E. Church tomorrow ; morning and evening. T ; , . ' MM4 . tA..f ih,f nlte-interpretation and opinion from -AosehorTcorrilea v brave . the- water - and ' save j th peir-1 -. -.! - nor : were D. E. Metiger. O. G. Ken-1 iTtoe your wife open an the m-u nJv. John A. Pcott and the drivers -.wai comes in uie nonre; - - ; A 4 of the several cars. ' ' , vj "Everything except the bins. And The csr of AttornyV a ? 0rK 'she's A afraid t, see- what's Inside smith passe through' the guich- bithemr-Ihilrt.Jt Free Press ':-a New Styles in H AT 8 PA NAM A AND 'CLO TH ' At Mainland Price . ; , ; ; : FUKURODA CO. J Hotel bin Co, mjou L.4ine.: 1:i two or three ft and came through j First ,Girl ( In crush of the parade) I fcuccessfuTly. Thinking the" ' other Mercy! ? What a dreadful crowd. I ! t membf rs ' of the ' crowd' were h,ead J wish .now I'd" stayed at ; borne, don't ..they came on into (own and did notycu? Second Girl Certainly not; but - iwrni f rtir; frinA': Tnprfncn 'un- Ittriah to eoodness those others had.' as well ao away witn your courts anq. sermon attne rirsrwetnoaist cnurcD; ,n g,, hours latr. ; fa the Carl- Boston Transcript . . : : - i ' prosecuung ouciais. dismiss ; Juage, tomorrow. - . - - , -mlth machme. were the attorney audi rarsons and abollsH the court if you ' n naa oeen . prearranged mat Rev. ; c. vSTnlth gpztzq IL Vic- tjMm to Push It stUI further nn the decide- a man deserves ' decreed t they ought, to have, SSSB . . . i . ' , fc, "i "J!v- flood,; c.rrle Mrsieerhet outboundmachme which -1 .t, jav ,m!.i,,nt v vwi f man At Mh rirM ! , laonihB old baby and the nurse. :ourt if you t' It had been prearranged that Rev. M CaVamith i ndtGrgei.H.Vlc- hm to push It stUI further up the punishment; JvU Hopwood shonld nil ; the DQlPlt C lretzrer ' -car which"' also was hill. ' ' :' '-' --i: -i-v- and take the punishment you have I decree they ought to have. ? At least tltejll stay there as far as I am con cerned. - ' - . ' ,i; President D. E. Mettger .'Guests .about -to as thev had gained through tne . It was the first' toget?caughL and gulcbL and ; transferred ; the governor i after the men Had. ousted u to .wnatf Mrs.iAietzger ana ner caua ina nurw W 3 of; the aching ready Tyu Head yjgy thought was-ftifh, .dry ground to IL-.seDdinj?: them on Into the city. : y tot sclitary J be and had t suc n a rnA- j , t ' ; ; t - 4 Rennear car mrousauae worst, uar thm tn9tt rhJ ,peM t- w . enjoy their, stay. . Shac. will do , It. -t crcDt Un and covered the nubs of the I none of 'other speaker cf the evening was At- advertisement 1 . :- - . r heels of the Metxger. auto, requiring this Lu. and i Motor uDnii.r-- 1 omey Harry Irwin, who responded - Luxe, and Motor Supplies. , tha tnB.t ho r.nirerBn, nn,. i-. PITV FTITflD pn ' ter's talk was filled with spicy wit,! LI I I LIU I Un LU. 4 withalit contained a quantity of sound Skilled Mechanics tor All Repair' political doctrine the theme belnc1 -. Work. " ; ' - ; - 1 1. . t 6canaais EUCn, &s that which Ha Pau.ihl nr. Fort St. . Tel. 2051' wail eenntv faced the last rear would i not have occurred had the people giv en proper Intelligent Interest to pub- j lie affairs. The-duty of the voter,! declared Irwin, does not end at the polls, but only begins there. The citi-' xen's duty is to ; watch public affairs and public officers, always. Had this been done the financial tangle would have been caught at its inception eight years ago $100,000 would have ! f oeen savea tne county ana several several .hours later. : Except for some : jsore.: muscles . and stiff Joints ; the men appear any the worse- morning for their experience. J. U 1J The "mohui of try in and - No doubt among the prospective brides of merry June are some of your young frlends.1 Perhaps the question of suitable gifts Is givlni - you serious moments.- We can help. you over the difficulty with sug gestions by the score. AWe are primed for such contingencies. Every department fa teeming with gift suggestions.- Our Warts Protect Your Reputation for Good Taste. r-; .- W. W. DILIOIID 3 CO., Ltd. The House of Housewares. . . 53-6 King St P. H, BURNETTE Commissioner of Deeds for California end New Sale, Leases, Wills, etc. Attorney for.nlLU BAND M AY GO the Oistrlct Courts,; 79 MERCHANT STREET, HONOLULU, Phone 1845. York; . NOTARY VuBUcI men not now be in JaiL j lortsaeea, Deeds, Bills of ' . . 7. ?t a - 4 v ! ; ON STRIKE JULY 4 - IF SALARIES STOP Vir ;7:-:'- -;:v-ic-: !i-;,vS 4 -r Special Star-BuUetln Wireless -f f HILO, June 26. -Who is Koine -f 1 to furnish the music one .week from tomorrow. 'July Fourth? -f IF YOU WISH TO ADVERTISE IN NEWSPAPERS -:'-; Anywhere, at Any "Time; Call on or ' -.- "Write L C. DAKE'S ADVERTISING AG ENCY1 ' v Members of the Hilo Band say 124 Sansome Street il Bin Francisco: that organization is unlikely to 4-. be seen or heard, on Independence ; New Lint of V FANCY GROCERIES - Table Fruits and Vegetables, KA1MUKI GROCERY CO. Cor. Waialae Road and' Koko Head Avenus ;.. " Phone 2733 VWiZAKU foiish f, -, ..-"'V C, CARRERE -:--V-v. : HONOLULU DRY GOODS CO. GRAND TWO WEEKS'. 8ALE NOW '-.v:-'V: on r c'lV. i; 7Hote! SL;-'V;;l?rOppvBIJbttjTaUir ' Vuicanlrsr Correct Prices Klnr Bt . YEE YI CHAN CHINESE RESTAURANT Chop Sury and other Chinese dishes rrrred at rcasoanblo prices. VV 111 Hctrl Ctreet, Near Maunakaa , ' - (urstairs) --rvr'r 4 Day unless they are assured the 4 supervisors are going to continue -f payment of $175 a. month to the -f -f band.i , The story;, was heard this 4 4- week that, the board proposes 4-, eliminating this Item of expense ','4 4- from Us budget at' the July meet- 4 4 ing, and the July session begin 3 "4-4- next Wednesday, July ?Vi4 4. Chairman Ewaliko said Tues- -f 4- day evening be had heard nothing .4 4-of the report that the board In- 4 4- tended making some salary slash- 4 4 es. ' One or two other, members 4 4 said substantially theraame thing, 4- Fhcne $237' but It was admitted 7-XhtX. the 4 t ooara muse aa jome ciose pruning -r 4- and It Is certain some salaries are 4 4- going to feel 5 the effect i The4 4- board cut the band boys off en- 4-4- tirely a few months ago, .but at 4- "the request of tha Board of Trade 4-, 4 reconsidered its action, finally 4 consenting to 'pay the musicians 4 4-a monthly stipend of $175. ,-4 4- "If our salary . stops July ,1. 16 4- quit -playing then,", declared one'4 4- of the band boys this week. "And 4 4- itis not likely we will play on 4 4- the Tourth unless someone pays 4 4- u'svforif There is .talk that the 4 4- Fourthof July committee may ,4 4-bend t& Honolulu for one of the 4 -f military5 bands' for the occasion. 4 "4 One Y of those organizations has 4 -volunteered its services, and for 4 4-ia very nominal sum. . The matter 4 must be' settled within the next 4 4-few, days. .4 -r-'-'W.... , V . ' ' . 4 4 4- 4 4 4- 4 4 44444 Opp. Library. . 1 !LVA, The:Leadina ; zr.TAKEft & EMBALMER - ' : and Kuuantf Sis. v. t call i5H of 2160 v: Mr.r BenhamWhy did that woman keep "you standing at the. door for half an hour! His Talkative Wtfe-r She said she hadn't time to come in, Pearson's Weekly. - Father- What! You want to marry ; my daughter? Why, sir, you can't ' support her! I can hardly do it my self. Suitor (blankly) C-cant we shin ; 1 in tofjPthor.T Iximlon Opinion. 13 ' i - '." v . 1 , v ) ; 15 -v. . ft ...ir A' 1 . v- r 1 44 J- -J - 1 1 x. s Boy time now its ; ...Now it's the happy time for wild, free play; for long-repressed animal spirits to give vent to ex uberant enthusiasm in game and chase and frolic. -Now it's also Clothes-time; time to purchase clothes "For Best" and somewhat stouter clothes for vacation wear. j ' ' liring that fine, manly boy of yours to SILVA'S TOGGERY, Ltd. where You, He and We can choose w hat he needs. iCliccIv tk Items : ' your boy lieeds, bring boy ; und this slip with you to V our. store and let us show T :. you how- little Jt costs , to - properly outfit hhu: . V, STRAW HAT ..-.FELT HAT ; j.:.FINECAP ..STAR" SHIRTWAIST . 1.. BLOUSE-WAIST ' . -v " , ; ': .; v -.1. SHIRTS, soft cuff . . . .1 .SUSPENDER WAIST - ?j . ....RIB STOCKINGS ' - KNEE DRAWERS UNDERSHIRTS BLUE SERGE SUIT ' ....KNICKER SUIT ....KNICKERBOCKERS ... 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