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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, TH., TUESDAY, JUNE 1, 1S09. '
Now In Progress
AN immense accumulation of Remnants
of all kinds. Among the Dress
Materials the lengths are sufficient
for Dresses, Skirts, Waists, etc.
The entire lot will be
Remnants Now on Display in our Show
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.,
Corner Fort and Bcretania.
Hotel Street, near Nuuanu
Vaiiv margin will h renrlv fori
you when we say it will be. We
don't experiment ou autosj wo repair
Von Hamm- Young
ALEXANDER YOUNG BUILDING.
GEO. S. WELLS. Mcr.
HOTEL ST. PHONE 191.
t'' TOURING CAR, ?1185.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
MERCHANT ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
Received ex Alameda a New Ship
ment of Latest Styles in
1028 NUUANU ST.
TAPAS, BASKETS, MATS.
Hotel near Port, u
Half - Price
Opp. Fire Station.
Soil, black or Waianac sand, coral
or rock furnished to fill up depres
sions or build up terraces.
P. M. POND
On display at
FRANKLIN 1009 MODEL
FRANKLIN "D" TOURING CAR.
The famous hill climber.
The car you hear so much about.
Large imported work horses for sale.
. Fort St.
BENNY & CO., LTD.,
And Buyers Of
415 Queen Si
185 editorial rooms 25G bush
ness office. These are tho telephons
numbers of tho Bulletin office.
Metal frames from i5c to $2
CO. REFUNDS BONDS
Hy nctlon tnkon lit n upi-clal meet
liiK of (lie Kliaroliuldera tills morn
IliK lit 8.30 o'clock thu Alexander
YouiiR IlulldliiR Company, Limited,
redeemed itx $:ir0,0Q) Loud Issue of
November 24. 1902, mid ordered n
new Iskuo for a similar nuiomit, pa
nlile June 1, 1929 To secure tlia
new bond Issue new mortgage or
trust deed In favor of the lllsliop
Trust Coinpanv vvuh authorized. Tlie
new mortgnKu wax died later tills
morning m It li t lip lleglstrnr of Con-
eynucv8, raid a release of the old
mortgagu at natUlled In full wax also
The refunding and retiring wni
made possible liy n clause In t lie
original trust deed nutliorlzlng sucli
action on tills date. Tlie new Issue
of hW ier tent bunds, tliough p.i-
able .lime 1, 1929, may bo redeemed
ten cars earlier The Instrument
provides that beginning with June 1,
1914, mid every year thereafter live
per cent of the par value of tin
uoiuis sunn oe sec name us n mumiiki
rund One huiulred or tin ufto
tlmus.tnd-dollar bonds must lie ie
deemed In 1919, ami at lead IS
uiore each succecdliiK .ir from 1920 '
to 1928. The niottguRO to stcurr ,,y ,Ile B,10r ,)f Ijlk(, n,n whore
the bonds tovers the hotel propnty.l u. w1(,,. limiat, life of the race
The Instrument Is signed by Aleian- g t.(
dcr Young and V. A. llnlrd. resec-1 CMna mg n Hfrp(l f 1,oUn ghow.
tlvel president and ti (.usurer of li B t mnKl,( buliics houses, thca
Alcxunder Young llulldlng Co . Ml.. ,,. ,,,,, ,, WMtnul Siberia
and S. A Damon, president, nt'l i has sent a whole village of Kskltnos,
Juuies I.. Cockbum. treasurer of tic ,,iul theru nre head hunters from
lllshop Trust Company Mlenguet nnd other little brown
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(Continue'd from Paze 11
has been announced and u whole lot
more that none knew nn thing at
all ubout until the covers wero off
the packing boxes and the exhibits
As an Industrial exhibition It Is
tho last word Process, rather than
product. Is shown, and the result Is
that the Manufacturers' building Is
filled with whirring machinery, dem
onstrating the wny of making In
stead of the things mnile. Troiii top
to bottom thu huge Liberal Arts pal
ace Is Jammed with miniature fac
tories turning out tlielr wnrcy in
full view of the passing crowd.
The same Is to bo said on tho agri
cultural and horticultural sldo In
the I'nlace of Agriculture Is the
ktoiy of the resources, develnp-d nnd
undeveloped, of tho west nnd nil of
fruitful Camilla. It Is laid lit by
county, state nnd province, ajd thero
Is a pure food show demoLStratlug
tho thlncs to eat that may lie made
of the raw products shown In Ilia
other departments. i
All that any othei expoltlon las
hud to show of these tpngs the
$400 4-r. house and la 50x100,
at Schnack TracNuuanu.
$500 4-r. house and lot 45x61, at
Aiewa, ueiow juoiai.
$600 5-r. house and lot 45x60, on
extension Kuakin,1 nr. Pinch
Bowl car line.
AND OTHER BABAINS.
P. E. R. Stauch
i S. King1 St.
Alnkn-Yukon-I'aclflc has to nhuw.'rii iilppi ipil n llf 1 tirr
The manufactures are different only rVllMllrllliAl.t W A i I
In thnt they are dovn to the minute lil fUlULLIUflLU II fill 1
and' more than ever before they are
shown In their evolution. Tho agri
cultural exhibits are the same M
other agricultural exhibits have I
been, except that t lire are moro of
mem, and lands nre represented thnt
were never shown before.
It Is In Its Alaska exhibits, lit
(liowlng from the Orient, Its pageant
of wonders from the south seas, the
Straits settlements and tho whole
equatorial sink, that the Seattle fair
flndi Its greatest excuse for being.
Never before at nn Occidental port
has there lien so mixed a gathering
of strange peoples mir has any
wm Id's fair had them to show. Theie
are dozens of strange races nnil nl
most ns many dlffeient religions. It
Is safe to say, for a matter of fact,
that no exposition i-vt-r Held has had
en much to offer of the picturesque
and the strange; certainly none has
eer offered educntloii.il value of so
high a standard.
The exposition atmosphere" Is
distinctly Oriental Tin- lings of the
Dragon and the Rising Sun ninke It
so, for Japan and China have taken
advantage to the full of the oppor
tunity to express their friendship
ror i'nc(. gnrn an,
Hon of the Pacific's trade possibili
ties Japan hns one luigu building
In u beautiful wooded Kectlon of the
grounds nnd a whole v Hinge down
'..ii.iui n .i.iiii vuw j ,iiiiiiiiii'n, nu
have never before been given their
chance to see their more or less be
nevolent Undo Samuel
There Is another village of strnng
irs from San Marino, the oldest and
Inlest of tho world's republics.
Tlielr "nation" is nnl) 38 square
titles In area ,but a world of (uter
es has been gnthered there nnd
trinrferred to Seattle, nnd It makes
one if tho pictures of the show.
All of the essential structures of
the exposition have been llnished for
moro turn a month. Many of them
were omplcled before tho llrst of
the )cir. The only uncompleted
work ctnnected with tho exposition
will be, the motor boat pavilion, out
on Lain Washington, which will not
be In iemnnd until August, and the
stock Ahow sheds, hidden In a forest
of fir on the narrow neck which di
vides Lake Union from Lake Wash
Ingtiu. The stoik show is to be one
of the very late events, nnd, since
nit construction would be hidden
frfji the exposition proper, the
buldlugs were not begun until after
the rush of Important work had
''" J- Sullivan, at onu tlmu manager
(if the Commercial Club, has Ixeu of
Cured and has accepted a ikisIUoii nt
'Uliiti, Hawaii Ills many friends will
be sorry to seu him leave llui cli hut
all wluh him good luck in Mb new
Patrick Walsh Is on trial n't the I'o-
I llco Court on a serious charge In con
nection with a Dii!ig girl. Tho case Is
belli heard with closed doors and prob
ably will last nil day
I.eoiig Wall Slug was found gullt.v of
selling opium without n license and
was lined $50. with J 1.30 costs hy
.luilgo Andraile this morning.
Nino gamblers faced Judge Audrtide
this morning mid on being foiu I gull
' ero lined Slo each
Ask for Butter Specify
Pure As Gold
California's Choicest Creamery
The Hawaiian Hvnngelleal Assn.
'elation, which Is holding Its annual
convention In the Centinl Union
Chuidi, will adopt a resolution to
night asking for the absolute aboli
tion of tho liquor tralllc In the Ter
ritory of Ilnwall. Tho resolution
will be drawn by John C Woolley,
champion of the liquor opposition.
After the routine matters hod
been dlsoscd of this morning, the
convention took up the general dis
cussion of local option, ns applied to
Hawaii Rev A S linker spoke on
tills subject, stating Hint the lln
vvallnns, who constitute the inajnrl
t) of the voters In the Islands, were
largely responsible for the liquor
business in Hawaii. He said that If
the Hawaltans wanted to check the
Issuance of liquor licenses they could
do so by petitioning the Hoard of
License Commissioners, opposing thu
renewal of liquor licenses.
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...ere is a nil. pcnu.ng in congress
wine, u l-asseu wm deck me n-
quur iiiimr ill iinwiiu. lie BUggesi1
ed thnt It would be a good Idea for
this body to pass a resolution, ex
pressing lis unanimous support of
tho body. Uev Katmiu stated that
tho best way to stop the sale of li
quor In Hawaii was to elect nil tho
pastors, ministers of the Gospel, and
church members as Senatois and
Representatives nt the coming ses
sion of the Legislature. Ills sugges
tion met with the evident approval
of the convention. (
In order to carry on tho work or
the Evangelical Association, Uev O
II. Gullck wa', on motion of J L.
Knulukou, appointed Hawaiian In
terpreter for the balance of the ses
sion. JACKSON CHEAT CASE
IS NOLLE PROSSED
Tho case against A. T. II, Jackson,
who was charged with gross client, was
nolle prosscd this morning In the Po
lice Court. County Attorney Calhcnrt
on being seen with reference to the
matter, stated that tho complainant in
tho case, Mrs. Horner, had declined to
It Is understood that the whole of tho
money Involved has been made good
Cathcart savs that Jackson wus leav
Ing for the mainland In the near future
Acting Superintendent of Public
Works Ktuegel culls attention to tho
fact that a good many users of artesian
water aro either consciously or uncon
bciously violating thu law regulating
Jliu use of such water. Section tllliS of
the Ituvlsed Iaws provides that no
user of artesian wuter must allow It
to run to waste, and thu following
section provides a x.nalty of S.p,o for
violation of thu law,
CAPTAIN It, WOOI)rii:i.l), master
of thu Ilrltlsh steamer Ycddo, icorls
that his steamer left Newcastle, N. S
W. on May 8, nt 11:15 o'clock p. in,
mid arrived in Honolulu Mnv 2'J, at 4
p. m. film made tho passagu In tweu
ty days and seventeen hours.
Till: HCIIOONnil Concord. Ca tain
I'lltz. of thu Miller Salvage Coiupnuv.
arilved this morning with a general
cargo, Sho was towed Into port b a
BULLETIN ADS PAY
There is a sure rem
edy for your weal:
stomach, inactive liver
and clouued bowels,
nnd vou'U find it in
Bittcts. It will tone
and invigorate the en
tile system, promote
the supply of enstric
juices and in cvciv
way licit) digestion.
Try a bottle today for
Loss of Appetite,
and Malaria. Fever and
Ague. Insist on
n)r Bat. in iienson. Smith i
U(, HoMel 0ni.. C(l ,
c,mlI1,,m D,llfi t.(1 , ,., , .
Co ; and at
nil Wholesale l.lq ur
GEARVSTREET ABOVE UNION SQUARE
JUST OPPOSITE HOTEl ST. FRANCIS
EUROPEAN PLAN SI. SO A DAY UP
AMERICAN PLAN S3.00 A OAY UP
A new down loan hotel. Sleel and
trick slructuro. Furnished it a coit of
$150,000. Eteff comfort and comenl
encs. On car lines transferrins lo all
parts of city. Omnibus meets all trains
and steamers. -
i HOifc'L STEWART
Now recognized as Hawaiian
Cable Address "TRAWETS."
WAH C110NG CO.
BRY G00BS ANB TAILORING-.
Everything- absolutely new and
fresh from the Const.
WAVERLEY BLK. - HOTEL ST
Rat and Roach
rids the house of all vermin
'in a night. Drives rats and
mic out of the house to die.
2 or. bos 25c; 10 ot. box $1 00.
Sold everywhere or tent eiprn
prepaid oa receipt o! ptico.
STEARNS' ELECTRIC PASTE CO., Chicago, III.
KAPUNA, H0N0IPU, KALLUA uid
. From Sorenson's Wharf.
Apply on Board or to
(HAWAIIAN BALLASTING CO., Agt
(Telephone 300, Maunakea St., below
King. P. 0. Box 820.
Wing Wo Tai & Co
9-U NUUANU ST
Um Ills U fur uiintart
diehrf i, liillamuiAtioot,
Irmitunufwi, niisajuwui it utcfruoDi
i inicat sdij not uino
Cf bt or ioUodoui
Kuld by lrucclta.!
ClrcuUr nt on imqm
Bulletin Business Office Fhon? 250.
Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 18&.
TEV OiunUfllu M
mk D.S.A. aw
When letting tlinr runtucM
for paintinr sonny w P.
Fuller & Co.'s
It l.i ' , lontrri, hns n innip
betiitu il i, ii, li .mil ii morn
((onomiiai iii.m laint hand,
mixtd hy l,,. , pnintcrn.
Lowers &, Cooke,
17" S Kin Sltcct.
Salurday, June 5, 1909
ST ANDREW S CATHEDRAL
nioM 2 to ii r ii
Co-ne Ore. Conn All
Boston Baked Beans.
Boston Blown Bicad.
Leave orders a day ahead. .
2S lows of bund for $1.00.,
1120 Fort St
r0H SALE AT ALL BATIS
B L U B W I N E
ONLY tabic drink. Mnnufac-
turcd by the
Arctic Soda Water Works
A refreshieg, cooling
ful and pleasant to
the palate. You will
enjoy a glass as it is
the real thing.
& Co., Ltd.
Hotel and Fort Streets.
CEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Suits for $25.
WING CHONG CO
KING ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses,
Etc.. Etc. All kind nf VOA r-,1
Nuuanu nnd Ho'r' 0u stto of old
MISSION HjRNI'URE Ju&de To
LUNCHES and D R I N K 3
The most ponular
place in town. J,
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel St. near Tort
Tack Scully. Jack Roberts,
lSr editorial rooms 25( bull,
number of th flullflln nfflcr.
ness office. TI csa are tlie telephone '