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EVEMIHO nULLETlN. HONOLULU, f H THUR30'Y, JULY 21, 1910.
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To have a FIRE EXTINGUISHER in
Mr. Thomas Hollinger's house at Kap
iolani Park was saved through the
thoughtfulness of his daughter and the
use of an exiinguisher.
If it hadn't been for the Fire- Extin
guisher the house would have un
undoubtedly been in ashes.
Protect yourself by buying a BADGER FIRE
EXTINGUISHER before a fire visits you.
J. A. Gil in an, agent
Many .Are Willing
Go ye therefore into the land
of Kaimuki, and say thou unto
Mr. Pessimist that I shall buy a
lot and profit thereby, and upon
that lot shall I build a house, and
in that house shall I dwell, high
above the sea, and enjoy the Koko
Head breeze forever more.
--Kaimuki Land Co., Ltd.
Tie Supreme Court has conllrmcd
tlio Judgment uf tlio lower court- iti
award iiiude ly arbitrator In the caso
of .Mary A. Illchurds against Carl On
Tal et ul.
Tim case was one as to who should
pay wuter mid sower rates on proper
ty leased by the. defendants from the
plaintiff, and which are submitted to
an arbitrator by both parties. The
agreement was that the award made
by him suould bo llnal and entered ns
Judgment by the court
Appeal was taken by defendants,
leiwover. Tlio Supremo Court held
that loncluflotiH of uibltrntor were
net r'lewnble upon nppoal, (ho only
Ikmio boms whether tin) award waB
m.ido In accordance with the terms of
the Kijbiiiipftlon or wns made by col
lusion or fraud.
The Improved TurtRsten Lamp
The trade mark that guarantees the highest standard
of quality iu metal filament lamps.
Enuals the STIRLING mark on silverware.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Your Morning Order
Should Contain Some of the Famous
Heinz' " 67
There is delicious TOMATO SOUP, BAKED BEANS,
SWEET and DILL PICKLES, APPLE BUTTER, RED KID
NEY BEANS, INDIA KELISH, TOMATO KETCHUP, and
A NEW SHIPMENT JU3T IN YOUR GROCER HAS THEM
& let .5y3
Leave Hawaii Promootion Committee Headquarters
MONDAY. WEDNESDAY and FRIDAY 10:30 a. m., Pali; 3 p. m.,
Moanalua" or Panchbowl.
TUESDAY, THURSDAY and SATURDAY 10:30 a. m., around
Diamond Head; 3 p. m., Pali,
SUNDAY 10:30 a. m., Pali; 3 p. m around Diamond Head.
CHARGE PER PASSENGER, $1
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Hawaii Promotion Conmiittee
Honolulu Power Wagon Co., Owners, Office and Garage, South
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llllo, July 18. Tlio meetings called
In the vnrlous precincts for the elec
tion of ofllcorH seemH to have revived
the Interest In politics which appeared
to bo waning during the preceding
week?. Now the woods nre full of
would-lio candidates for various ofll
ccs, and a large number of gentlemen
are busily engaged In sending out
squld-llko feelers In all directions to
learn how they stand.
Considerable Interest has been
shown among tho politicians In the
report that Itufus Lyman was enquir
ing among his friends to seo how
much support ho could 'count on, his
particular ambition being to rcpre
sent South llllo district on the Hoard
of Superlsors. I.ynian was asked
point blank last week whether ho real
ly Intended to run or not, but ho re
fused to commit himself. He would
not say that lie would run, nor would
he say that ha would not run, stating
coyly that It was too early In tho
game to glvo n definite answer.
Among tlio other new candidates for
the office of Supervisor from South
llllo who have come Into prominent
mention iccently ure Dan Namuhoa of
Walakcj, the llsh Inspector; and W.
II. Winchester, tho harncss-iuukcr.
Doth aio mentioned as prospective
Itcpubllcan candidates. John Keulo
Im, who lias been holding down tho
job of Inspector of the Ilonolli road
work, is teported to bo working tooth
and nail for a nomination for Sup
ervisor. IIu Is being mentioned as
candidate on both the Itcpubllcan and
the Democratic tickets, tlio Demo
crats claiming that lie will Join their
party In tho near future. Ilo Is
prominent member of tho llllo Iibor
Union, and Is figuring on strong sup'
port from that organization.
On tho whole tne olllco of Supenlfl
or from the llllo' districts seems to bo
tho olio which" holds forth the gi cut
est tciuptatloiiS.' The other day somo
of the pollticul gentlemen around the
County unices, who uro now becoming
lair acrobats In their viforts to hold
both ears to tho ground at once, held
a conference, at which tfiey counted
ull the person's whom they consider
us possible candidates for Supervisor
from North uad South llllo. They
made up a list of twonty-live name.),
and then they wild that they had prob
ably overlooked some bets. As some
of the leaders of all the parties col
laborated In the compiling ot tho list
it may be regarded as fairly Instruc
tive. It Is us follows:
Itepubllcuns Jus. I), Ixnvl.f, John
Dohnonbcrg, Otto Hose, W. II. Win
chester, Dan Namahoe, John Kealo
ha, Keola Knlllmal, J. T. Molr, Hums
Lyman, A. M. Cabrlnhu and C. E.
Democrats D. K. Metzgor. J. A. M.
Osorlo, John Kealohu, E. K. Sim
mons, H. K. Ktukl, Jim Kepoo, K. 11.
Homo Hitlers SI. S. Puchcco, Eu
gene Lyman, W". K, Campbell, Win. A.
Todd, Simeon Kahana, Hen Ah Leung,
John .Munulu and Moses Dolron.
It Is reported that Slemon Kulmna
may Bwitch to the Democratic party
belore long. Jim Kepoo, who Is men
tioned as u Democratic candidate for
Supervisor, may transfer his, alfeC'
tlons to tho House.
The Mulamalama, the Hawaiian
Democratic orgun, last week created
homo excitement by announcing that
a wing of tho Homo Hulo party was
considering dropping Uilakoa, who
has hold tho olllco of Treasurer, and
uf placing Eugene Lyman, his deputy,
on their ticket In his pluco . This re'
port was denied by Lynuin, who mild
that his ambitions ran In the direction
of the Hoard of Supervisors.
It Is ulsq reported that Chas. 1
King, the former school Inspector who
was a few days ago given u position
as supervising principal In Komi,
might bo u candidate tor tho Uepubll
can nouiluatton for Treasurer. Some
of his friends uay (hat tho chango hutj
been I A the nature of' Irish promotion,
and thut King will probably be look
ing towurds'otlier pastures. Tliero Is,
however, nothing dcflnlto on which to
buse this' report, and King limy bo
John Jlua' Is being mentioned as u
probable candidate for the Houso on
the Democratic ticket. Ho Is a mem
bur uf the Labor Union, and will' have
its support If he runs.
From tho outside districts a num
ber of political reports have been
coming In. It Is stated thut Sam Kuu
hune Is thinking of running on the
Hepubllcun ticket foV Supervisor for
Kim, In which case ho will have to
run against Shlpmun.
Willie Hlckard Is being backed by
many Hnmakua folk for .the olllco of
Supervisor for that district, but ho
docs not appear to be particularly
nntlouj nbout entering the fight.
Wm. N. Purdy, the oM Homo Role
warnorie, will be the candidate of
that party for Supervisor from Itama
l:ua. J. N. Koomoa, tho present deputy
Bherlff of North ICona, la being
groomed for a run for. tho olllco of
Supervisor from that district by the
Jim Kcpocj the llllo Democrat, Is
being mentioned as u possibility for
tho House. -
John l.ewls, tho Kohala deputy!
sheriff, will probably run (or Hepro-'
dentutlve on the Home Itule ticket.
Oeo. P. Kuinauohii, nt one time dep-.
my sueriii anu now roau sup.rihor
of South Koun, is n possible Itcpubll
can candidate lor the Senate,
DR. GRACE FLANS
, TUJJAVE HILO
1111.0, July 1 8. ,l)r. John J.
Grace, the well-known physician of
this city, Is preparing to leave llllo
with his family, nial is now making
arrangeinPiitr. (or having, his prn?
tine taken over by somo Other phy
sician. He expects to leavo during
the end of October, and will go first i
to his home at Wellington, New
Zealand, where he will visit his
mother. He has no definite plans
ns to what he will do beyond that.
Tlio health of Mrs. (Irace furnishes
the main reasons for Dr. draco's de
paitttre, and he states that he (eels
sorry tu leave tho place whore ho
has been situated for so many years.
Dr, draco came to Hllo eleven
Sears ago, and has built up a very
extensive practise. He has also
been the local representative of tlio
United States Marine Hospital Ser.
vlco. He has the universal respect
nnd conlldenco of the community In
his ability as n physician, and both
his wide circle of patients nnd his
many (rlends In private life will be
sorry to see him leave, as woll ns
Mrs. Grace, who Is a daughter of the
late Dr. Oreenfleld of Honokaa,
WHITNEY & MARSH, N.
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In Linen and Rep
White and Colors
ECZEMA (DDE II MIRACLE?
NO-, JIM pp SCIENCE
Physicians now admit tho superior
value of simple medicines for nil dis
eases. For eczen)u and other "kin dUeacos
certainly nothing In tho world could
bo klmplor than oil of wlhtergrcen.
carctiilly combined with suca well
known healing and antiseptic sub
stances ns thymol, glycerine, etc,
Head this letter:
"A few years ngo eczema covered
my Unibs, part of my lxidy nnd be
gan breaking nut on my fnoe.
"I bsgan using oil of wlntorgreen
mixed with thymol and glycerine In
D. I). D. Prescription. Used five bot
tles nnd was cured sound arid well.
My druggist said It looked almost
like a miracle to him, but ho explain
ed to mo Hint tho use of this oil
of wlntorgreen was Just sound science
"That has been almost n yoar ago
and I see no signs n( tho dlseato re
turning. "My skin Is Just as solt nnd nice
as It ever was."
I). I MILI.EH.
Such n wonderful experience wo
feel speaks for Itself.
Honolulu Drug Co., Fort Street.
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FORT SHAFTER NEWS
a a a a a a a a a a a a a u a a an a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a
Companies CI and H took one of . has been completed for this year.
the most strenuous hikes Tuesday I The National Guard Is still using
morning that" was ever pulled oft tlio range on Sundays.
.inc. the second battalion of the To Duty
20th Infantry has been stationed , , . .
IV. , , ' , , , , of Company G, have been reported
here. The companies started out at ' - ' , V. . ' .
" , .. , . fit for duty by tho post surgeon nnd
S ociock in mo morning unu i... ,,.-. , ,,.
up through" Monnnlua Volley nbout
'llyan's rtecoptlon,'' which will bo
tho offeilng of tho Casino Musical
Comedy players at the. New Orpheum,
promises many surprises nnd novel
features. This farco is said to bo of
tuneful and hilarious c)iaraotor and
abounds In pretty ensembles by vtJio
chorus. All of tho principals will bo
seen and heard In now Items. Miss
Rockwell will slug by special request
"Love Mo and tho World Is Mtno;"
Miss Caufleld accompanied by an or
gan, will render "The Itosary;" VII
mer Stech has n pretty little number
In "Oh, You Candy Kid;" Harry
Stuart and Olga Stech have a duct
called "Itoscy Itosoy" and otlior mom
bors of the company will add Items
which promises ta enliven 'the bill.
The following wireless mosBuge has
been received by tho agents from the
S. S. Sierra:
"8. S. Sierra, At Seu, July 20, 1010,
8 p. in. 140 miles out. Modornta N.
K. winds, sea smooth apd (lno clear
weather. Passed Wlltielmlna."
live miles. The companies were then
halted and toon mountain climbing
commenced, Prlvute Orant'of Couir
pany II being the IlrBt man to reach
the top. He wns sent up to Inves
tigate nnd see If everything wns safe.
The men then started, all In heavy
marching order, tho equipment
weighing ninety pounds. In somo of
the plaecs the slope wns ull of seventy-live
degrees. It was a lucky
day, as none of the men of the two
companies fell. After tho companies
were nt the top, thoy were rested
for about fifteen minutes, nnd then
started down on the other side, .hik
ing nbout three more miles and thon
leturing to the valley. The com
panies then lested for nbout an
hour, nnd In the meantime the men
cooked their own meal and dined.
At 12:45 the companies assembled
hud marched back to the. post, ar
riving nt 1:20 In tho afternoon, be
ing out five hours and twenty min
utes. ThcT men hiked nbout twelve
miles in all. Tho trip was very
muddy uml the path rocky nnd slip
pery, ruin adding to the uncomfort
nbleness of the hike,
Company II lit going to try nnd
"hike" tho Wnlnicn Pass about tho
twenty-ninth or thirtieth of this
month. Tlieio was a detail of En
gineers sent over the trail about two
months ngo, but thoy w'ere unable
to go through this pass. Company
II will leave with only two days' ra
tions, nnd will hike to Wnhlawu and
from there will try to climb Up one
side of the mountain and down the
other to Knhann, All Hie companies
of this post except II expect to start
on a threo.day hike on tho twcnty-
seventh of this month
CAPTAIN TUIINBH of the Flrtc
man's Fund Insurance Company has
returned to San Francisco after a
trip overland to Inspect tho wreck of
tho bchooner Annie K, Smule, which
Is on tho rocks under tho Point Heyos
llghlhousu. Ho voilflud tlio report
that the vessel would be a totnl loss
auil reported thnt oven If a vessel
succeeded In (lulling her oft tho rocks,
hor bottom would drop out and her
cargo of coal would bo lost. Sho Is
slowly breaking to ploces.
Prlvnto Hobortsc has been sick In
the poit hospital for two months.
Tho men ot Company G have had
their third doso of the typhoid vacci
nation. Some of the men suffered
with very tory arms at first.
Sergeant Harry Westphelenger,
Post Exchange steward. Is having
the exchange tljorausjhly cleaned nod
The Princess Kink will bo turned
Into a vaudeville houso this evening
with Professor Antonio's surprlso cir
cus and the marvelous Tyler, equili
brist and foot balancer as tho star
features of what promises a splendid
program. Antonio's trouiHJ of per
forming dogs and monkeys Is said to
be a mnrvelotis aggregation. jTho
Intelligence ot (he canines and mem
bers of tho npo family, which An
tonio has carried around the world.
Is snld to bo almost beyond belief:
They go through n program of skip
ping, fentH of balancing, walking tho
tight ropo, and; whoollng n barrow
along, somorsnults nnd lumping and
besides ether tricks too numerous to
The marvoNms Tyler, equilibrist
and foot balancer .does several sen
sational fentB among thorn being what
ho cnlls tho "human mcrry-go-around.
Ho juggles and tosses from his feet
lingo casks, mattresses, Japaneso
rciccns and other largo nnd cumber
some objects. In addition to tho mini
nture circus, irtid Tyler tho latest mo
linn pictures will bo shown.
The lather of triplets Is. certainly In
a position to realize that It Is the lit
The shooting ol: the target range tie things that count.
Stands for and is
the name of
Nothing but the
best material and
used in their :
L. B. Kerr &
U ADLER. L&'f) WS
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