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V ia EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, FRIDAY, SEPT. 1, 1911. , '
Iwv i iatim rn"vTrNi,,'M FiniPTfiiiffp pup in i lininiiriiTP 4 m
rcglfe MILO M. POTTER, Mar. SANTA BARBARA, Cat. nnnnflPn IP 1111 iW 111111111 8PORXS t
MRr Operated on tho American Plan only. Each room hat outside exposure. Ratea 1 1 1 1 1 11" 1 1 111 I ill I I IT IIARIIIiIi
Wl n.ked aro less (Service, Cuisine and Sjrroundinoe considered) than can be UIIUI I UU I 111 II 1111 Ul EJf 1I1V1J 111 1 4.4,4444444
mSt; found In any any hotel in America. Baggage may be checked direct to
HKI Hotel Potter from anywhere In the United States or Canada. Wire ahead for
M&'' reservations, at our expene. For rates, pamphlets and full particulars con-
HEbl. cernlng Hotel Potter, address! OTTO GERTZ, P. O. Box , Honolulu.
m i hotel 1 BELLEVUE
I STEWART Hpjg.
Mfc SAN FRANCISCO
Geary Street, above Union Squaie
Juit oppoiitc Hotfl St. Fiiocit
European Plan $1.60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish
ing cost $200,000. High class
hotel at moderate rates. Omnibus
mecta all trains and steamers
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
Hawaiian Island headquarters.
Cable address, "Trawcta" A. U. C
Code. IJcservations made through
Trent Trust Co., Fort Street,
Hotel St. Francis
Union Square, San Franciico
Under the Management of
F ACINI! the beautiful park
In th heart of Hie city,
nlili-h Is the thr.ilro o!
Hie principal cients vf
the famous frstltuls of Sua
FraurNcu, this hotel, In en
vironment nnd atmosphere, ex
presses most pleasantly the
comfortable spirit of old Cal
ifornia. The rojnltj and nnbllltj oi
Hie Old World and the I'ar
Knit nnd the men of Iitgk
arhletcmrnt In America who
nsscmlilo here contrlhulc to the
cosmopolitan atmosphere of an
Institution which represents
Hie hospitality nnd tndltlilual
Ity of San Francisco to the
The building, which marks
tho farthest niliauce of science
In sen Ice, has nor the largest
Capacity of an) hotel structure
In the West, and npon comple
tion ot the l'ost street annci
nllt he the largest caraiauscrj
In tho world.
WII1LK TIIK SERVICE IS ON.
USUAL, TIIK 1'KICIiS AKE
European Plan from $2.00 Up
llOOMY BUITKS AND
Ai'i'HAh to Toi'itisra
WHO l.IKU l'l.UNTV OF
AlU AND FHKKDOM
t-'KOM CITY KNVIHON
MENTS. Till! 11 AT US
Aim NOT 1IIOII.
hi;t a day oit two at
UKFom: vacation i:ndh IT'B
THE PI.AC13 FOU OOMl'OUT
trains pass tiu: noon
Rooma and Board
W. C. Beryin, Prop.
IF YOU AHK I.OOKINO FOIt
A WKDDINO OUT YOU
WOULD DO WDLL
TO SUE OUK
WHICH IS OAININO 1'Ol'U-J-AiUTY
113 Hotel St.
BULLETIN ADS PAY-
A QUIET, REFINED HOUSC OF
American Plan Itoom with Hath and
Hoard from 11.00 a Day
European Plan ltoom with Bath from
12.00 a Day
Special Monthly Ratea
A high-dim Family and Tourist Hotel.
Half Mnek from Columbia Theater,
ntiil on tho eilgo of tho ltctall Shop,
plug District. Hvrry room with I'rl
iite Itath. I'linlthcly Fireproof.
W. E. Zander, Manager
l!.'Wnlliuin umilo through
RAVEN & JACOBSON
174 Kino Street - Honolulu
von ilamm- Young
Piunccri nnd Leaders in
the Automobile Builneii
Agents for such weH-known eara
s Packard. rope-Hartford, "Steyani-
Uuryca, Cadillac, Thomas Flyer,
Hulck, Overland, Dakar Electric, and
Supplies & Repairing
..For -the BEST RENT CARS In th
city, ring up
OLDSMOBILE, No. 401
RENAULT, No. 404
LANDAU LET, No. 6M
C. H. BEHN
6CHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
ALL ffi: ASK IS A TItlAL
HONOLULU VULCANIZING WORKS
Phono 1823 Kapiolani Building
' Use a PREST-O-LITE TANK on
your Automobile and tavo Generator
Acetylene Light and
Agency Co., Ltd.
ASIC FOIt THEM
HAWAII & SOUTH
SEAS CURIO CO,
And All Post Card
ALQAROBA BEAN MILL
ONE 8ECOND.HAND 8TANDARD
GA80LINE ENGINE, 10 H. P.
1494 EMMA STREET T.lfphon. 24J3
BEST WORK LOWEST PRICES
P. O. Box 491 - Phone 2085
Will Do It
WASHINGTON', Aug. 1C Tho tar-1 Tlicro wcro'throo croups of Dcnio
IIT entiio near to splitting the Demo- crntlc Senators nt tlm caucus those
crude party In tho Senate wldo open fnvorlna; thu cotton bill nlone, another
today. Tlio lisuo caiiio nliout on tho
cotton hill, mid tho radical wing of
tho party that has forced tho alliance
with tho Insurgent llenubllcnns won.
At n rndclis that continued until lato
this evening tho Scnnto Democrats
"agreed" to pass n cotton bill, with
the Cummins amendment reducing tho
duty on sleol.
Tho effect of this mny bo n pro-'nH
longed session, despito t lie fact that I It Is part of tho bargain that Ilrls
a majority of both houses itro ready. tow's sugar amendments will bo
to unit nt uny time.
As tho result of their trip to tho
windward side of tho Island yester
day the Hoard of Harbor Commission
ers havn decided that tlm $"ni)u up
piopllated by the lust lA'Klsluturo for
n boat landing is to bu expended nt
Wnlkaiio. Tho commissioners looked
oer three posslblo sites and picked
out this plneo with tho proviso that
tho county builds n road "000 feet in
length In order to connect with tho
On that side of tho Island the flats
run light out toward tho open sen nnd
there arc not many places where oven
n lauding can bo made by boats. At
Wnlkaiio, however, by running tho
wharf out about four or llvo hun
dred feet, twelve feet of wntor can
bo got. Whether this will bo dono or
not Is now up to the Supervisors. Tho
main road nt the present tlmo runs
parallel with the beach and unless tho
connecting spur is built then tho new
wharf would he useless..
Tho land through which tho road
would run Is owned by Link McCnnd
loss nnd nn Hawaiian. Chairman
Marstnn Campbell, C .1. McCarthy, P.
II. McStockcr nnd Until Hermit mndo
tho trip, being taken to Kniieoho by
automobile and thero picked up by
Kbcn Low in tho steamer Mokolii.
CHINA ASKS 30 MILLIONS
INDEMNITY FROM MEXICO
KIj I'ASO, Tex., Aug. 18. China
has olllcially demanded the payment
of $311,000,000 for tho killing ot Chln
cso anil the destruction of Chijieso
property In Mexico In tho lato revolu
tion, according to Shung Suno, Charge
d-Affnlrcs for China In Mexico, who
paused through here. Ho Is return
ing to China, and says ho believes tho
sum will soon be paid.
When asked what would happen if
It were not paid, ho did not hcsltato
to say that Chinu would send war
Sluing Bono pnsscd through Ilono
lulu, a fow daya ago nnd again reiter
ated that China will enforce tho In
Horry Adams, s4 years old, ot At
lantic City, l totally blind from tho
relUetlou or n vKhl Hush ot lightning
in a looking glass In which ho chanced
to peer as tho bolt streaked ucross tho
flora D. hah heen watched with Ku-
llhl Hoy for n raco to tako place nt
Kaplohinl Ilirk on Ijilmr Day.
Scaled proposal will ho received hy;
tho City and County Clerk up to Sep
tember l, 1911, at 7:30 o'clock p. in,
for resurfacing 2SilS Hiliaro arils of
Queen street between Fort and Al.i
Kea streets with a two-Inch (2") wear
Each bldiKr shall stuto in his pro
posal: 1. Tho material which ho proposes
to uso In tho conjunction of tho wear
ing surfneo and the specifications un
der which be agrees to lay tho hnmo.
2, The prlco per wtinro yard for such
wearing surface, nhlch prlco shall lio
understood tr, Include tho removal of
tho present wtarlng surface.
.1, Tho prlco pir culilujard for such
concrete as may bo necessary.
4, The tlmo within which ho will
completo tho work.
Proposals slmll bo In a sensed cn
velopo nddressed to tho City and
County Clerk ot tho City und County,
nf Honolulu, nml plainly marked nn tho,
Hillside, "Proposals for Resurfacing
All proposals shall be accompanied Hherman, Mr nnd Mrs. y. D. Alexan
by a certified check us provided for In'iUr, Jmlgo nml Mrs. W. Ij- Whitney,
tho specifications for u sum eiiunl to
tlvo per cent. (5) of tho amount of.
Tho Ilo.iiil of Supervlmrs of tho City
und County of Honolulu reserves tho
rlght In reject any or all bids and
wnl vn all defects.
Plans nnd siieclflentlons ran be had
on application to tho City nnd County
D. KAT.AUOIvAT.ANI JR.,
City nnd County Clerk.
n01G Aug. 2j, 1'S, '.'9, SO, 111 J Kept. 1, '.",
I, C, ,
group including the North Curollnn
and Miuismim senators nnu amiiu or
South Carolina, who opposed tho pas
sage of any mote, tut Iff leglslhtlori, .ind
u third group (hat favored tho pass
age of tho cotton hill with tho steel
amendment. This group finally won,
but when (ho Senators emerged from
tho caucus rooms they wcro us mad
Tho board of harbor commissioners
who yesterday inado a hip to the
windward side of I ho Island report
that the i.cnch thoie is strewn with
rotting pineapples and that tho stench
In somo places Is almost unbearable.
Thu matter !s to ho brought before
tho lioard of health with n recom
mendation Hint something be dono to
nbato tho nuisance. -Tho litter is
spicad tor mites along tho beach and
Is caused as tho result of l.lbhy, Mc
Nclll & Llhby'o pineapple cannery
having all IJh refuse taken out to sen
nml dumped. The currents hrlng DacK
the rcfuso and lino tho beach with It.
Tho commlssloncis also found what
they thought to he thousands of can)
of fruit on the beach. Theso arc de
recti vo ones that have swollen up
nnd burst nnd they also add to tho
htench. Tho road passes closo to tho
beach at times nnd I ho smelt can bo
noticed by automobile parties pass
AGAINST PROPOSED LAW
Japanese hero object to being class
ed with tho Chinese In tho Dllllng
ham naturalization bill, according to
editorial utterances In tho Japanese
press. Doth the Hawaii Shlnpo and
tho Nlpnu JIJI protest against the
terms ot thu proponed law.
Tho Nlpnu JIJI yesterday said:
"And now Hie Dillingham bill means
to gtvo tho Jnpancso tho same humil
iating position in the United States
Hint Is given lb tho Chinese, which
nttltudo tends to Inclto the Indigna
tion of tho Jnpancso peoplo and to
strain tho friendly relations between
tho two countries.
"Wo would like to know," con
cludes tho Nlppu JIJI, "what stand
the Japanese statesmen wilt take
when the spirit ot this new bill is
understood by them. Wo bellevo It
will oxclto a feeling of strong resent'
Kdltor Shcb.i of the Hawaii Shlnpo
tees an Insult to his raco In tho term
of the hill. In his paper ho says:
"To treat tho Jnpancso peoplo at
belonging to an Inferior raco ia a
groat Insult to tho race, ono which
has never been Buffered In tho past,
and If the United Stntes lnslsls In
placing such n slight upon them they
should not stay within Its territory.
That will ho accomplished when tho
Japanese people comblno nnd lenvo
In a body, when tho tlmo comes. And
that will Im n snrnrlso for tho United
States, for tho Japanese tiro not a
people who can have their national
pildo so wounded without n protest.
They w 111 combine In Asia on tho
j principle of Abla for tho Asians."
BERKELEY POET TO
SING HIS SONGS HERE
Charles Kceler, tho ' nerkelcy poet,
who Is well known In Honolulu, will
soon arrive on n visit nnd will appear
on the evenings of September 7 nnd
11 reading Ills own poems. It tsprob
ablo that tho readings will bo given nt
tho Alexander Young Hotel. Among
tho list of patrons nnd patronesses uro
finvernor nnd Mrs. Walter F. Fre-ir,
Qui en I.lllunknhinl, Prince and Prin
cess Kalnnlannnle, Admiral nnd Mn.
Walter C CViwIcs, General and Mrs. M.
M. Miienmb, Mr. and Mrs. F. M.
Hwnnss-. Mr. nnd Mrs. flcrrlt Wilder,
Dr. mid Mrs. C. II. Cooper, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Walter Dllllnglinm. Mr. nnd Mrs.
J. n. flalt, Mr. nml Mrs. Fred Mno-
fnrlane, Mr. nnd Mrs. James- A. Wll-
iter, Mr. nnd Mrs. F, A. Rclmefer, Mr.
nnd Mrs. John W. Ollniore, Mr. nnd
Mrs. M. M, ficott, Mr. nnd Mrs. Oeorgo
Mln Anna Paris. Mr. und Mrs. Arthur
Wall, Mr. nml Mrs. W, II. Castle, Mr,
hnd Mrs, n. F. Hllllngli.ini, Mr. nnd
Mrs. II. M. von Holt, Miss Frnncls
Ijiwrence. Mr. and Mrs. F. T. P. Wa-
to.tnrhnuso, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred It. Our
rcy jr., jir. and Mrs. Fred Maefarlann
jr.. Mrs. Acnes II. B. Judd, Mr. and
Mrs. W. Tt. Farrlngtnn, Mr. nnd Mrs,
HenJamln Marx, Mrs. K. A. Weaver,
Mr. and Mrs. It. O. Mntheson. Mr. nndjwlll hold n meeting In tho Public Ser
Mrs. D. Howard Hitchcock, Mr. and Nice Association rooms "on September
Mrs A I' (IrlllltlH, and Mr and Mrs, IS for the purpiem of electing u buuid
TTiuiimm lioijgwlch. "r maiuiijua for the ensuing jciir.
HAVE HARD RACE
Relay Team Picked As Win
ners of Coming Race Big
Crowd to Turn Out.
The ten-mile relay race to be run on
nt the Athletic Park on lathnr Day wltl
bo the best ever seen fi u local track.
The race will begin nt 4: IS o'clock,
soon after the bull game. I
jiuuniu iii7Keraiii lias ueen put uacK
somewhat uf late by suffering from
sunhiirri, but yesterday lie started out
In do bis hard work again. Jlminlo
Knows ho Is up tigulnst a hard propo
sition nnd Is llgurliig on how ho can
bent his men. Ho has sized them up
ami knows exactlv where ho must
sieed up In order1 to win. I
The three nicn who are to lackln
Fllzccratil over the ten-mlto rehiv liavo
been working faithfully right along for
the past few weeks and lire In excellent
condition. The public will no doubt bo
surprised to sec how Schnrsh can run.
Ho has Improved a lot and today can
glvo Soldier King n run' for hs money
over the flvo miles. I
Tho relay raco will nil depend on
how much lead Fitzgerald can gain on
Schnrsh In the Inst half of the first five
miles. If lioth come out even nt the'
live-mile post, then Jiinmlo will huvo
little chance of defeating King In tho
last leg of the race.
The rnce will bo u hard fought one,'
and no ono who loves track events.
should mlss'thls event, us It will be a
rnco from the word go. Fitzgerald will
show tho public rluw lie can run when
forced to. This everybody wns expect
ing to seo In the last llfteen-mlle event
iigalnst King, but ho did not put on
liny sprints, becnuo ho was not forced
to. Tho bets at tho present tlmo
around town nro five to four In favor
of the relay team. If Jackson nnd
Fcharsh can hang on to tho champion
Canndlnil runner during their share of
tho distance, then Jlmmlo will need to
go somo with King, anil tills ili "Where
tho public wll ho, treated lo one! of
the llncst races of Its' kind, pulled oft
The winner o( tho raco should muko
tho dletanco Insldo of 08 minutes.
Golfers Will Turn Out Sunday
and Labor Day For
l!p at tho Oahu Country Club, Sun
day morning will sea the start of u
bogey golfatourimmeut, which will be
gin promptly nt 10 o'clock. There will
bo u big turnout for sure, as It will bo
tho llrst tournament pulled 6"ff there
Tor somo time.
On Ijibor Day thero will bo another
tournament at tho club. This tlmo
part of tho dny will bo occupied with
driving,, approaching nnd putting) con
tests, which will pn dfluht bring ou
many entries. All tho experts will bu
on hand, and then somo Closo contests
will bo pulled olT. Tho special tour
nament un Monday will start nt 10:30
a. in. A special luncheon will bo pro.
villi d und u largo crowd Is looked for.
Iliilste.nl, tho man who mado u ro-
markiiblo record at tho Haleiwa golf
links some time ago, will bo on hand
at tho Country Club and will glvo tho
rest of thu biimli u run for the honors.
The local golfers are Interested In
tho coming tournament, and all thosn
who can spare tho time should bo lit
the golt links, Tho grounds nro In
perfect condition, und the clubhouse
bus been much Improved of late.
FANDOM AT RANDOM
Thero Is somo doubt whether Duke
KahaiiamnKirH records for tho 50 and
100-yard hw limning eventH will stand
good mi the Const. If Hill Itlco springs
a surprise nnd breaks or Hcb tho
world's record for tho 100 yards on
Kepteniber SO, It may also bu dlsro
gurded by tho home olllco of tho A.
A' U- , ' i I
F.verybndy should glvo u helping
blind to thu St. Louis Collegu team by
atendlpg thu benellt shows at tlu
Puik, starting on Monday ovmlng.
Tho UhliioMi-Cuvnlry gutiio to take
place on Labor Day Is attracting much
attention. Ilnlh tenuis uro working
haul for tho occasion.
Tho Ciermantown Cricket Club (U
S. A) defeated tho Mltcham Cllckct
Club at London on August 12 by 313
Tho local branch of the A. A. U,
kM-i iHt 4 W-4 V -' ---''
on thin, pale children U
It makes them plump,
rosy, and active.'
contains no drug, no' alco
hol, nothing but the purest
and best ingredients to
make blood, 'bone and
Wo havo all the necessary req
uisite PORTRAIT ATTACHMENTS
Photo Supply Co.,
IN COPLEY PBINTl'
PACIFIC PICTURE FEAMIH0 CO.
1050 Nunsiin Street
COTTON CREPE 8HIRT8, KIMONOS
1248 FORT ST, ABOVE, PERETANIA
Gents' Dry Goods
Kara Chong Co.
Corner Fort and Beretania Streets
DRY QOODS FOR ECONOMICAL
Yee Chan & Co.
FINE LINE OF SKY QOODS
WAN YING CHUNG
Kinic Street, Ewa Fiihmarket
Wing Chong, Co.
Dill IT. NEAR BETHIL
Dealer in Furniture. Mattreiiei,
.lajetc. AU kind of X0A and MIS
SION FURNITURE made to order.
And Cloth of Al Quality Cn fr, '
MC CANDLESS BLDO.
P. 0. Box 801 Telephone 1731
IMPORTERS OF ORIENTAL QOODS
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
941 Nuuano, near King Street
PHONE 1020 t
Fine Line of
Carpenter Tools .
At the New Hardware Store
CITY HARDWARE CO.
Kins and Nnnann Btreeta
PLfiCTRIC CABINET BATHS WITH
A natural method of recovery front
bodily disorders ladles and gentlemen,
BARON 8CHOOL OF PHYSICAL
Phone 2467 or call at 178 8. King 8t,
Tor 8ulo" cards ut llulletlu.
- iritlt 4rfdJlll d f 'L.ttjri... r-v4 .st-A'w?. t
ROSA Jt CO.
Bottled In Bond
JULE3 PERCHARDS & FILS'
CALIFORNIA SPARKLING WINES
We Deliver to Any Part of the City
ROSA & CO.,
Makes and Queen Streets
F0K IAII AT All. BAU
I acific 3
KINO AND NtJUANU STREETS
Yon'U find they're all good fel
"It's the fashion" f'
Hotel nn Fort D. fl. Dariei, Proa.
Phone 2026. P. 0. Box 488
Duo September 2j per Hbnolulan, 35
The BICYCLE SEALER and RE
PAIRER, hu moved to
ISO KINO STRUT
New location Red front, near
young Building, Telephone 2518.
Pau Ka Hana
MOVES THE EARTH
a. p. Mcdonald,
Contractor and Builder
Estimates given on all kinds' at
Concrete Work a Specialty
AlMHI STREET, NEAR NUUANU
"Tho I'iiincrr I'lumher"
182 Merchant Street Phone 1931
CIGAR HOW Si
. A OTWST CO Atenta
NEW DRUG STORE
Well Stocked( with New Drugs and
SODA WATKIl FOUNTAIN
HAWAII DRUG CO.
42 Hotel Street, at end of Bethel
Makes New, Rich
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