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pfwyy w" ""-" irry py ''W EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLOLTJ, T. It., MONDAY, MAY 3,. 1909, 5fc-l Pi lMai i rvm K sb Reductions New Shipment Photogravures Fa c-Si miles Carbon Prints At Gurrey's m Wash Materials BEFORE SUPREME COURT THIRD TIME N order to mako room for new Spring floods, vvo lmvo decided to ilcnr out mituln lines, regalities of icnt or Millies. Tlio one object In view Is tlio quickest posslblo clearance. Come mid too the biggest nnd bctt bargains over ofTercd In Wash Goods. I'lUNTED HATISTH 16 2-3 ct. quality at S nnil "tOc il.i 1". H. iiunllty, Sc yd. ; I'lUNTUD DIMITY 12 ct. quality, 7c yd.: 9 1-3 ct. quality, Cc jd. riOUlli:i) DOTTHD SWISS IS 2-.1 ct, quality, 10c vd. i:miiuoiui:iu:d uatistk sr, ct. quality, 20c d. SOI13 DU MONDi: 30 ct. quality, 20c yd. 1'IIINTKD CIHITON MULL 40 ct. quality, 25c yd. STIIIPKD AND riOUUEI) VOILUS 25 ct. quality, 15c 3d. SOLID COLOR DRDS3 VOILKS 25 ct.'qti.illty, ISVacyil. SOLID COLOR KTANINKS 20 ct. qunllty, 1 2 ,i c vd. I'lUNTUD SWISS AND OROANDIKS 20 ct. quality, 12'c d. ' ' iachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd. Fort and Bcrctania Streets Damage Suit Againsl County of Hawaii Up Again Tor the third tlni since Its Incep tion, tliu tult of Kumnio MntBiimtira against tin' County of Hawaii 1ms co.ite before tlio Supremo Court. This time It Is up on a bill of exceptions on tin merits of tlio case. Judgment for tin plaintiff In tlio mini 'of $7501) Inula;.' been awarded In tlio Circuit Court. In bin original complaint Mntsttmiirs. claimed Unit bis store, goods nnd dwelling won- destroed by n landslide) due to the dlvcndnn of tlio wilier of n llinmj b) county lahorcts working on Ibc loads, He asked for damages In the Bum of $15,000, nnd after the ctse had twlre been before tbei Suprimo Court on questions of law, ho got Judgment In tlio Circuit Court for half what he claimed. Now the Count) has appealed. FOBD WBITES OF PLANS. Alfalfa l:onc3 anil cattle than California wheat hay. PHONE 890. The finest Hawaiian Alfalfa, well cured and" baled. It is better for Ml. Call and See the New 30-H.P. Chalmers-Detroit Roadster THE 7-PASSENGEIt, 40-H.P. Kissel Car nnd 40-H. P. CHAIMERS. DETROIT TOUIUNQ CAR. at the ASSOCIATED GARAGE, Ltd Merchant St. Phone 383, Just imported, some Fresh Family Milch Cows nnd a Fine lot of Poultry OLUB STAELES Fort St. TEL. 109. BENNY & CC, LTD., DEALERS IN ' Bottles ""And Buyers Of Raw Material AUTOMOBILE For Hire ABSOLUTELY HACK RATES. Wilson and Murphy.... Proprietor! Hotel Street near Nuuanu (Old Fowler's Yard). Phone, temporary, 408. Autos Repaired Your machine will bn ready for you when we say it will be. We don't experiment on autos; we repair them. Von Hamm- Young Co., Ltd. ALEXANDER YOUNQ BUILDING. Royal Hawaiian Garage GEO. S. WEIXS, M&r. HOTEL ST. PHONE 191, Prices Reasonable. 415 Queen St Phone 443. Bulletin Business Ofllcc Phone 25G. Bulletin Editoiial Room Phou 180, Ford TOURING OAR, $1185. SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD, MERCHANT ST. NEAB. ALAKEA. Received ex Alameda a New Ship ment of Latest Styles in LADIES' HATS. K. UYEDA, 1023 NUUANU ST Woman's Exchange FOR TAPAS, BASKETS, MATS. Hotel near Tort. (Continued from Fa:e ti In the Clark booklet. Moieovir, Mr. Clark bus contracted for annual pago advertisements In several leading magazines, nnd I think I can promise that a cut of surf riding at Wnlklkl will adorn n portion of these pages, so that our Outrigger Club offers this )cur to Hawaii at least 10.000 of free advoi Using to tlio world. I am arranging with Travel Mnga- zinc for n handsonio color cover for tlio June number, showing some of our bojs coming In on their surf boards which will bo an Illustrated account of Kccmchomeha Day hi Hawaii. Calkins' Weekly has for publica tion n scries of "Outrigger" pictures and nn article on surfbnardlng at Wulklkl, ho you see wo nro doing our part to nttinit outsiders to coiuo lo Hawaii, summer or winter, al though 1 dwell on It chiefly an a summer resort, u great holiday plnco for athletes, tollcgo boys nnd thnio who can got away for tlio three months of summer. I presume that jou know of Mr, Clark's donation of cups. Ho will do more. t called nt Pain's flieworks headquarters recently nnd shall bring back with mo ha in pies of many led ored II ro sticks for use on surfboards ut night. They burn flvo minutes each. Tlio colored sticks nro but a dollar a dozen, but the magnesium sticks that give a glaro brighter than biiullght arc 00 cents each. This, to my mind, solves the problem of Biici n.tsf ul display of surfboardlng at night Kv or) into I speak to about tlio pioposed I'olynesc.iu 01niplu,cnthus- es. Young David walker, son of llrluben Walker, may run over with me to help promote this. lie hecs great possibilities. When I flrtt know joung Walker ho was 20 joars old, editor of the Cosmopolitan, hud drew a salary of 21,(100, Now ho owns or controls huveral magazine) mid Is one of tlio moving spirts In the now Travel Club, of which I shall wrllu mi later, fur Its Its destines, I believe, will bo closely allied with plans for Hawaii. Wo lmvo our first banquet nt Co lumbln University next week, but more of that Inter. Ily the way, I lmvo como Into pos session of 100 subscriptions to Tiavel Magn7inc. They nro woith 1.50 each, and I wish to place them ut the disposal of tlio Outrigger Club. How would It do to offer a fieo subscrip tion for n car to each new member coming In after May 1, cither to tlio Club or tlid Auxiliary? Or, It thn subscriptions nro taken separately, lot tlio amounts go to our building fund. I (tin getting up somo souvenir cards for tlio Club that will adver tise Hawaii nnd demonstrate bow c.iblly and cheaply n New Yorker may get to our grounds and surf boaids. I will prosont u number' for use of tlio Auxlllnry. I find that overyono Is easily Interested In siirf boardlng, bo lot us keep tlio most tinlquo ncquntlc sport In tlio vvhoto world In such sliapo that wo may never need fcot ashamed of Its exhi bition before strangers. " I hnvo promised to obtain for sev eral well-known lecturers moving pictures of our Outrigger Club sports. I hope, therefore, to bring with mo the best motion picture and color slide nrttst In Ameilra, lklwnrd II, Kemp, nnd his wife, who is a well known lecturer In this country and .n IJuropo. 1 wish them to niako liany slides nnd moving pictures nnd ihow theso In splendid color In n orlcs of entertainments for the ben flt of tlio Outrigger Club. Kemp Is In touch with over) famous lecturer In thlvcountry nnd abroad, nnd his slides nro much sought after Ho may visit Australia nnd New Zealand after Hawaii nnd show the pictures ho has taken in Hawaii throughout the Antipodes, while duplicates will be sent back to Atuerle.i. After discussing with the magn etics nnd others the idea of a I'oly-'ii-M-nn Oljmpla to bo held In Ha waii In the summer of 1912 or 1913, I nm about ready to make another trip nrolind' the Pacific, bcrurc cil eries and nt the fcatue time complete tlio nnnngcnients.tor Pacific Ocenn promotion work In America and 13u lopc. I will nlso look out for tho beit places for Clark's round tho Pacific cruise lo visit It would mean a wonderful move in trans portation matters on the Pacific, with Hawaii ntr the hub Ily the way, speaking of transpor tation problems. For many jears Thds. Cook & Sons controlled the liasjengor traffic between New York and Ilurmurta, 'running but nno boat every ten days, whereby they stifled competition And kept tile return rate lip to fit), n splendid thing for Cook. Recently, however, nn American con cern has put on a fast (20 knot) steamer that' mnkes n louiul trip every week and has cut the excur sion first class clown to 20. Tho Cook concern" met tlio cut, nnd mi great 'If. tho rush, nfter months of HAWAIIAN EXHIBIT Alameda Will Carry A I But The Fish Tanks ! Lloyd Ciiltds will sail o lithe Ma- mill ill linn i.i'iii'i iii.ii i.vi..,iiui ivio u, niu lwiiiiiiisaiiiii- by men who expect cr in tho Knplolanl Ilulldlng has been urslona to Honolulu, the scene of lively activity during experiment, that the old company has had to put extra boats In tom lnlslon, and Instead of one halt- fllled boat leaving Now York three ' ,. iitpntlrnn 1 J times n month we have three crowd-1 l!h lf IV r I li) rSli A V cd boats a week, ovcrvonc is making UULU Ull II LUllLUUn 1 money, nnd Iteiniuda tins mine littol her own al last It Is In hopes, that the little tipple the Outrigger Club has sent out may grow Into a billow tho size of n Polyncsenn Olyin. ph. that I nm wot king. If wo enn bring about lcsults for Hawaii that have been accomplished for Bermuda , by competition In transportation, 1 feel that tho Outrigger Club was not luuiiuvu in mm, mm i iii-iii-tb iiiui ,-,,. ii'.,n.,,, ,,. ,,,, jb m.W ,.. a Polynesian Olympla held In Ha-, , . . .. . wall would attract so many visitors tlon of "le llawnllan exhibit for the Hint better and cheaper service would 'Alaska-Yukon Imposition. The spo- lm Innugiiiatcd, nnd In this belief I idnl headquarters of thu Commission nm encouraged to conduct excursions nnd others who will organize a cioss-J the past few da.vs, and all prepnr.i continent motor race In connection Itlons for sailing nro piactlc.ill) iom wlth the opening of tho proposed ' p'lete Polynesian Oljmpla In Hawaii. Let, A set oi Hawaiian postage stnmpt us build up and use the Outilgger villi lie ouo of tho features of the ex Club for tho benefit of Hawaii. , htblt. 'I bo Mumps nre artistically Yours Elnccrcly, (arranged In a hnndxomc koa frame. A. 11. roitl). tho top rows being so arranged as to spell out, the word "Hawaii." The fish exhibit will not bo shipped 1 until thu transport Dlx leaves here This arrangement was made ttccci Miry by the fact that the tlnn beau ties must have their domicile equip ped with certain machinery, con nected with the ship's apparatus In order to keep it continuous flow of fresh water of even temperature cir culating through tho tanks. Tho fish exhibit Is now ready for shipment, however. The weak sped mens hnov been weeded out, and I those that havn been retained will, It Mrs. II W. Kinney, wlfo of lMltorj8 believed, reach Heattlo In lino con Kinney of the Hllo Tribune, will lenln ltton. tomorrow In tho Mauna Koa. tho will ' . bo accompanied by her two children Sounding tho praises oC Aycr'u Hair Vigor. That's what every one dogs who uses this tplondid i Tirfni.'irnlirin ijSi for tho hair. If you don't $3&k2i Im$Wzi iftvt i;ftr5 emm ST William Heath Davis,' an unclo of Mrs. J. A. King of Honolulu, and grnndunclc of Robert Davis King, Wil liam Heath Davis King, Samuel Wil der King (now a cadet' at tho Annap otic Naval Academy), Daniel Kin and Helen King, mil formerly n resident of Honolulu, died nt H'v wards, Cali fornia, on April 20. Ho wns born hern In 1822 but early moved to tho main land, where he spent (bo remainder of his Hfo. BULLETIN AD9 PAV -Jflj-J v RE.R.Strauch For Sale I ?1350 House and Lot on extension of Kul'.m St. at Juiyalama, m rear of St. Elizabeth Home. Lot 50s 130. Hor.se 0 rooms. ' Tor particulars apply WAITY BLDO. 74 S, Kma ST. i Vustavc Pabst, MiwSee brewer, recently offered a prize for the best letter on the subject of Temp er perance or Prohi bit ion, specifying that the letter was to be in answer to the articles published in the COSMO POLITAN MAGAZINE written by himself and the Rev. Alexander Alison; and that the prize would be awarded for the best brief, logical statement, whether it sustained the side of Mr. Pabst or the Rev. Dr. Alison. The prize-winning letter, selected from among thousands by a committee consisting of Messrs. Nathan Straus and Arthur Brisbane,, was .written by the mother of five boys and sustained Mr. Pabst's arguments in favor of temper ance and against prohibition. That the youth of the land should be trained to rely upon their strength of character and n'ot be put into a straight-jacket to make up for their lack of character was the substance of her argument. ' '. i The moderate drinking of good beer is good lor the weak and the well. In Honolulu its important that you-drink f rTbe JReer, That's 3rewed.Kj I' i i want to ? unf it. Ynu see, you will lie fo pleacd with it that j mi will just havi" to till our frisiuls all about it. $Lair Vigor lemoves datultufT. m 'K s tho hair grow thick nnd li '-ivy. Handsome hair, ri- h. r1osv hair, always nttrict'?. Y u may liavo just stu h linir if you vrill wse A-ci'a Ila'r Vigor. Accept no biititutu. titmti It tr. i . Aac e. i.a. Mm., u. I. tmw i... , nwint.w.1 1 KUHALA. NEWS " The Kohola Midget gives tlio fol- lowing ii-v lew of Kohola district news It wns with regn t that the com-,,' munlt) learned of the retirement of ' 41- . -1 , .,. . .'II il .'II UUUIIV illllll 4UU niuii.iHei- .. . ship of the Hawaiian Merrautllo I , Company's stnro. On April 21 ho ' was succeeded by Mr. .1. A. ItCld. Into V of San I'rnnclsco. Mr. McKeuzlu had been In the position thrco anil a half venrs, and has mudo many friends by his genial way a, his busl-ne-H enteriirlse and nnd obliging spirit Mrs .Mc ! nxle. also. Is dc- seriedly popular In Kohnla circles. The (itillcl gave her a farewell card party on Saturday. They will go to Komi for the present. Mr. John Hind returned from hit ( recent Inspection of his newly ac- ' quired liindd in Konn, by way of liH , i'uak.i pt.iutntlciu. which ho rraohed In leaving his auto at Walmea nnd tal lug the saddle, nnd then coming lio'i.c from Knwaihnl on ibe launch. A mct-tlng of the Freo Masons waii held In ihe hall on the ntternian of ' , Apill IS, .) meet Mr llelxher. of llono'iilu. who Is n Maron of hlGli degroo. The Kohnl.i plantation Is trying the experiment of sprinkling (ho rn-ul to tho mill with innlaucs to '.' kerp down the dual If there Is tv hctlei 'vny to do a thing. leave Man- ' agcr Wntt. to llnd It Kohnla planta- "" Hon hrs now rrrtlnly the tuoit enor- getl nnd Hiieesesful manager that It has ever had. The many friends of Miss Hall . were glnd to kco her nt survleo on Sutidnv efter her roeent lllnou, Itn.ifl Oversell N'alpo hns been tak ing time bv the forelock 111 sloping WVIn-l (Siiloh to prevent a costly " land II''" In the fulurc where I m. 'Ilium tiles o' water are seeping ' through. Mr. and Mrs Hind and Muriel will sail on Tuesday for Ban I'rnnclsco. rhe, will he nwav about two montli. A lumber of friends surprised thorn ' on Tuesday night and nfter a pleas ant evening bade iboni forowcll. Master Hnrry nnd Miss Mnrgaret ' Ilrjant leave by the Mauna l.o.i on Haturday for their homo In Konn, after a few weeks' visit to their cousins, thu Misses llrvunt. In llawl. Mr. (icorgo (' Watt and Mr. J. Atkins Wight weie ikiiaongers on ". tho Mauna Ken Wednesday for Hllo. The reception and dincci nt tho Koh.ila SoclaMIall In honor of Mlslit I'dna Homer of Kiikullriele, was thu f t-oclal event of tlm month. Mlsa ,j Hornm hold.) a warm place In thu henrts of Kohala people, who hopii for more freiuent visits from her In the future. Kohala District furnishes a good nuotu of Jurymen for the court nt , Knllu.t this week Messrs. II. II. Kenton, of I'nlon Mill: A. MrKonzlo. I (' lliirns, of llawl. Thomas A. (lull,!, of Kohnla, i: Langcnheim, ot I Nlulll and Hubert N'alpo, road ovor m or nie mi the giatid Jury and went eniller, homn by the launch. J. Smeaton, being on tho- trial Jury, went on the Mauna I.oa Saturday, al did Mi I'niiik Woods. Mr. Heckle went In his auto Titctday, taking: Mrs lleekley with li tut. Mr. Henry, , Kenton took Messrs. I.angcnhclm, i llriins and Guild In his auto. . . i j APPOINTMENTS AnE '"" ; riNALLY ANNOUNCED 'Oontinncd from P?cs 1 ' (ioveruor ictuins from his tilp to ) Maul and Haw-all Nelthc-r M,' Traltf nor Mr Cat den was reappointed tn the I 'oant of ImmlKiatloii, and It It believed that the vacant, will ba tilled b n new iniin. l i .1 T, IlnokroM nnd V Kbnip will letvo In tho Mnuiin Kei toiuorrovv noon. Thw will lind nt I.nlMHi Mini, where they will Inspect the plantation. 1 i tfH tl 'I'" '''l mV-tfh-. .X - .j'c.i.,..Af-i :,i't. , 'tM-tt, V tii. i- l , !'