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.? 3 TO Evening Bulletin ( ' From San Franclscoi Arlsnnan . .May 2.1 For San Franclscoi L'hlyo Mnru Mny 28 From Vaneouverl Mnkura June IS) For Vancouvarl Zcnlandla .t...Junc ID The merchant who will not advertlta LETS BUSINESS SLIP THROUGH HI8 FINGERS and permit! It to go to the man who does advertise, who tails the public where he Is, and what he haa to tell, and how he sells it. 3:30 EDITION Has the Interested Attention of the Public rw 3 ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 5245. 14 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, MAY 23, 1912. 14 PAGES. PRICE 5 CENTS. TAFT HONORING HOLSTEIN & PARKER DUKE ASSURED PLACE IN OLYMPICS ANA NSPECT FRUITS TWO KUH10 MEN TAKEN ON TOUR WITH PRESIDENT win Establish uprising IN; Checking bys- tiida ii c LUDi; U. J. ALARMED WASHINGTON, D. C, May 23. Tho (Hrvcl.il n til let In Cable.) (, .Mny M.-President Tuft I WANIUMt !()., II. ('., Jlny '.'.l.-President Tuft him Miami ,iecliil honor ti iillnmil (onitiilltrcmiiu II. I.. Ilolxtrlii of Hawaii, nnil ( ol. Ham 'nrkrr. belli of whom are In I lie nut fur thr- iiiitloiial committee niiillinr mid Hip Chicago cnntinllon, hj inMng llirm with him In liN irliiilc car during lilt present campaign rciun(-ti of (he .Stale of it Jmrjr. V. 8. AI.HKHT. KAHANAMOKU IS WINNING; GETS UO YARD RACE (Associated Press Cahlp NEW YUIIK, X. W, .Mnj 23. Puke Kalianamokii, of llonoliiln, lit cutrr. Ing ill) jardi In slxtr-fnur seconds In (lie Unhcrll) of Pciinvjliniil.i tank, has irartlrallj iikmhtiI lilmsrlf n jiliirr on the American xnlmmlm; loam at (lie Olympic giimrs In Stockholm. tern Here California will establish hero al onro ii UioimtBli system of Inspection for outgoing fruit mid vegetable prod IICtB. TIiIh nniiounccmcnt was made todny ..... . i,i..i i . . 1..- rt.li i.v ii. n. tvuuiiuiii., Bi-m imiu iij lhii-j WASHINGTON, U. c May Z3. Tho (Hprcl.it II ii 1 1 .M In Cubic.) '". "." '..., ,. ;,.'...'.... I :."':,r".nP.or'rr"'r,.e h" b"" V?"" ,0I NEWARK. N. J.. May 23.-Both Taft and Roosevelt have begun their " "" """ "." ""- "-' - emoarx ouu marines at rniiaaeipnia lor ,.., ;l ikrnilni, w.u, .l.r... T nhi H.l.n.t.. i ik. n.iu..l ROOSEVELT GETS 387 OUT OG 754 IN OHIO CONVENTION Imperial llullclln Cable.) COLUMBUS, O., May 23. It it now estimated that Roosevelt It sure of 387 out of 754 delegates to the Stato convention. La Follette't total vote In Ohio it about 15,000. a NEW JERSEY TO ELECT 28 DELEGATES NEXT TUESDAY $122,000 OUTLAY FOR IIIlO BREAKWATER JOB paring to co further tlinn a frult-fl Cuba. tight, and will establish a system of, t f, .aid that there it danger to Inspection iinlquo In tlm United States Americana in Cuba because of n up. nnln.uo becanso tho Stalo to which ri,n am0nB the negroes. ino prolines nro going win iiseu uu. tho Inspecting In tho community from which tho products como. Peculiar conditions Biirroundlng the trade otMlnwall and California inako convention will be elected next Tuesday, SUGAR HAN FRANCISCO, Cnl., .May 23 - COPELAND PLAN this tnovo desirable, said Mr. Woinlaml 1'eets: S8 analysis, l!s ; parity. 4.5tc. this morning In announcing tho pro- Previous quotation. Ms 10 l-2d. posed plan. "It Is very dcslrablo that shippers Irnm Hawaii may bo nssurcd that their pioduetH will not bo condemned on tho Coast and sent back hero at a Borloua loss of both-limp and money, said Mr. Welnland (oday. "To assuro that Cal ifornia will accepl the shipments, 1 . .. .. Ili. . ... 1 t lH snail csiauiisit tins nyniuiu ui iuvui hi-i spection. I "Tho banana Inspection will go nlong much as It Is doing now, as the ananas are being accepted, and tho system of shipping Is not such as to make a special Inspection by us I ho most effective bananas- aro brought The AIREDALE TERRIER KEPT IN QUARANTINE (HpecUl II u 1 1 e 1 1 n Correspondence.) 1111,0, Hawaii, May 20. Within a few weeks a vast amount of gear will begin to arrlvo for the pushing ahead of tho Hllo breakwater by the Ilreak water Company, tho largest spoclnllt ed breakwater concern In the world To accomplish the work this company has on hand In Hllo Hay, paraphorna- lia Involving an expenditure of Vi2, 000 will be necessary. 1 It will Include two Immense steam shovels, thrco powerful locomotives. Mivcnty heavy cars, 300 tons of track materia), thrco lf.O-horsepowor boilers, two largo nir-comprcssors with capac- Tho tug haa already been described In tho newspapers and Is en louto In collapsible form from the Hast The scows will be built hero and will iil carry hugo cranes and powerful en- jioth NO TOLLS, IS HOUSE VOTE ' Associated Presn table. WASHINGTON. D. C, May 23. Tho House today reaffirmed, by a vote of 147 to 126, its decision that no tolls will be charged on American coastwise shipping passing through the canal. Tho announcement of the voto wa greeted with cheers. The canal government hill passed by a vote of 206. to 61. The cablegram above I lndrllnlte as to w bother or not the bill as the House has approved It carries the measure prohibiting American railroad-owned from passing through the canal, of tho local commercial bodlea Another Feminine Dog-Fancier' Thinks Regulation Isn't Fair. Yet an American citizen coming hore, desiring to locate, Is not permit" I tftrl n friesit at 4'uttlalhl.Kr rum.! t ire-AA.i1 .tr havlnir shipped tlm name from u purl Mtiol tugboat. 700,000 feet of timber- where citizen cuii prove there hu never been n chho of rnblew. Will one i v i "vll ii now m luunn, (till vuu - . .11 1 of these Influential Territorial i.Hlcers scow8 n"(1 n,any ,hlnB" of mlnor lm' poriance. Tho 700,000 feet of timber Is coining on the schooner II. K. Wood. A shipment of twenty tons of dynn' Once more the four months' dog pleats Inform me where these "special quarantine established by the Hoard dlxpensa lions" can be secured, 11s I, of Agriculture and Forestry Is assailed strenuously object to having my vain- by a femlnln dog fancier. jiiblo dog cooped In a hot enclosure Mrs, Oeorgo M. Pullman and Mrs, under the sweltering sun at my ex- Frank V. Wilbur of Iloston haven't pense, while dogs from foreign ports fnvfSltAi tfrtll'nll liannilDa llirtt lllin utk rvft.it. tjut fa.AA.lA rtfrtjl I htiimli It O . . , 11 a a ' ima '1 liunn Lrvniint; inut uiuu- 01 ,- hinilK II imHi'lll tlll II Minn 11 1 1 J textbook nucBtlnn bobbed nn t.. .. .. . ...... ... ,.. ....,....... down in tho wharf In lots nd U o 1, s afternoon when ho supervising ,, , ll,liran,1,n fennels, and now say that such elasticity In the admlnis. condemned ono bund 1 wo woul I ; imyo .rlnclpals heard commttco reports. In Mr w , H, HniI,n who arrlvci, ,r,ftoi, f ,1Ianint,J0 ,IlWH wnuM to condemn the lot. Tho field Inspoc- tho form of a suggestion from- Cope ,, , ,,, ;, .,,. ,. ,., , .. ,,, , tln ...... hanclnil mil 1V 1i Trtrrllnrlfll Inn.l ll.nt lAvil.nnln. ct,r...1.l I.-. ..! I.. v' " i. .. t.j """h"""u "' '" marketing department Is better. number work as early as tho first and "'" J"BUHc ,": 1 ed I greed "Plnnnniiloii wn w 11 IllHIloct and imBS enxnml irra.lna lrlnl,,ol llnulo l.o.l """ V-.lU"e "lr l lllhri III upon ns woll ns other products. My reported for tho number commlttce.i plan Ii to Inspect tho outgoing snip- ns Copcland. Its chairman, has not glues capable of lifting 20-ton rocks., have gone on record against this pro Thcso scows will be Uf feel long, !0!vllun nf the bill However, the orlg- feet wldo and 10 feet In depth. I liml bin, of which this proviso against Work To Start In June. rnllroad-ouncd klilp was a part, call- Actual work on the new contract of ed for a toll on coastwise shipping, tho Government with the Philadelphia with a maximum of II a ton and a leople, for the Urcakwater Company, minimum of the expense Involved In has Us headquarters In Philadelphia, such passage In view of tho fact that Is supposed to Btart on the first of the House has decided for "free tolls next month ami there urn two vearR1 for American coastwise shipping," tho S o 4000 fiS o fat aTnln to tw'e , '- which this company's portion of the' provision .., rallroad-owned ship. U holding engines sever 30? to Uork ' l" ' completed, taking tho may have been strTckcn out (intiU n iivi vit'i'i a nit luni, nivi i.. .j ." .--.. ...... . -- - work Is then contracted for by some1 House Tho sugar shipments through other company thero will bo the tho canal, under tho plan now favor chanco of several mora years elapsing ed, will not have tn pay tolls, before tlio complete brenkwater Is' as s realized. CharlcB K Wood, vice president of the brenkwater company, arrived in Hllo per S. S. Wllholtnlna last week! (Continued on Page 4) Ing, machine shop and saw mill cqulr nienls, dynamite, twenty rock drlllr, mile arrived yesterday aboard tho 8. S. Ilntorprlso. MARTIAL MUSIC WALL'S REPORT charges discrlmliiu- person, and offers little Inducement to Alrcdalo bona llde American fltlrens to locate terrier is also held In quarantine. In Honolulu nr even to tourists tn Mrs Klndrn, who Is residing at visit the place, as such propU do not AGAIN FOR SHAFTER Tho report of Arthur 1' Wnll. dlreo- IScholleld llarracks to Fort Shatter for lor Kenern or tno iz Moral rara.io. probably thrco months, and for awhllo ?' nrc.Uailjly- bo made at the Promo- She neayr..own post w.,1 parado; dance "on. C omml ',ng omorrow nft- , , ... ,ii, rinr Itiov imvn i ... 1. ..1 neiens 1 ouri, 1 is morn ng saiu inai hi 11 poor y-nrri nor uiseaseu nogs, S.nlL '.he TorV lltfrtal d SSfh'ih 2 1, ' lSZ,"?, she came to Hawaii to make her real- nor do they meekly submit to such r?JZP I, ?nihor words Canfornla?i MTrX,!??' a '" '"" '"'" -xperleco dlscrlmlimtlou There's Just the least K.r5?n wl be Zm Tit bora Slli . tS! 'jEEntt '' " ""'" 'luarantlne has ulmost grain of satisfaction to bo derived from anT, hi, , assu'reT'Sf ci'l.'ry taJS ' bS use" ' 1 M r" "" T '" "V' '" T'T !' f '""? " " T '" l'1"" I r.',ifV..,i .U,i.io Ii.,. .ivi lryi Hlie says, In a communlciitloii to In keeping visitors' dogs from the con- I ' "In making this innovation. I nm ns .tho Bullet In todays laminating Influence of the hordes of . T,iebaml of(in First Infantry. sured Hint California will then accept Snolll(1 10 now cnurB0 or Btudv for' ',e I-",or: In '","r lB""ctl of ""angy.looklng cats and dogs which kmM 0I10 of ,,, crack ban,,H ()f RhlnmentB from here. Of course, wo , ," ,' " ,,l nf ,h7. t ,1 ""X 22 appears an art Ice regard lint are allowed to roam at will through , ArmVi , to bo transferred from shall have to have aovordl Inspectors. ,,ro0!lc,, ,,y Principal C E. Copeland " T , ' '""m""n nuv,m? """ w,e H,r"',M "' """ tho number varying from tlmo to tlmo bo nP0'elt would "nvolvo nn'entiro ""'?' ,,leX ' "JJI STE " MIlR W.M..A.M 8NIDKN. ns the shipments Increase or decrcaso. chnn60 ,n 10 1st of loxtbooks now ,n "'l '"' exl,',''t " '"''' llc " ,"",eh of . Tho money appropriated by tho Call- 11HC, bThla mucI, WRB admlted today '""" fro'" " forflg" port ' """"' Mll -"' 19U fornla Legislature for tho fruit-fly 1)y tirnc,m8 Copeland and Wells, - llglit is nvanaoio, nnu pun 01 hub omu who gay so tml tbo cnuro change 1 plan to uso In tho Inspection. Tho W()U,i extouil over a porlod of eight Inspectors aro nlrondy commissioned ycnrSi or (l yonr fr cacb Brado. by tho Territorial Hoard of Agrlculturo Tho mmplat0 effect, they admitted, and It ought to bo posslblo to got W(l, bo nn entire change In tho thorn for dock Inspection when Its textbooks for the tlrst, or lowest recessary and In Black ttmr-a tliov can Kra(lc Afler tla, cmnB w0, continue their present work. tako placo each year, advancing up to Mr. Welnland oxpects to Inaugiirato tbo PKi,t, wt, t, Bnnl0 caBll of tho now system right away. Ho will mi)B lnat B(arte, n tbo nrst, so that tag all fruit accepted by him hero and cacn IulplI Btarts tlo llrst grado this tag will bo accepted In California. noxl y01lr wol,, hMe t0 be Hn cntrc. No TO BE MADEi!: Important Recommenda tions as to Floral Pa rade Changes. WAS BRIBER ( Hncclal It 11 1 1 e 1 1 n Cable ) COLUMBUS, O, May 23. State Sen- Isaao Hoffman has been convicted bribery. I MELLANO, Mex. May 23. The reb elt have won a slight advantage in a ,U... !..... J. ... U.lll. in ...I.I. U and dream to martial music. Also, tho """ " - -- '""each side had about 4000 men engaged. .people of Honolulu will reap Iholr, h, fm tho Coast. . share of bcnellt. for In all probability1 Whllo nothing hMtbccn b ven out RnTql, TRArArpnRT a number of concerts will bo arrang- ? P 'nt. h' rt,l,,rt n nl18- Mr; B' ' lb" ,'Np.bnllU"' o-rn.iyr-ied at Blinder to which the public will W .'" ? " '" . " ,,11p,rt. WORKERS TO STR KE l.o welcome, and every Friday evening '" 1 would hnvo no Important ret-, I tho battalion will bo i.lajcd through nnimcndallons to make .as lo changes , . . ,,,, CKhM 'dress parade. 'r"m V10 I,ar'lu,0 nl" "c nu,v"l LONDON, Eng, May 23. The Trans- LIVE TOPICS III BUSINESS AND I 1111 YA IV HI- A II IK I The s,e al reason for ordering the rates tho retention of the present fr.-' WW KdVrVi. has ordered lllVlll I III Al.l I I rtl Hill rt I ll llllln hw band toSl.nf.er Is that It may h "ono evci-since tho IlrlU. for lonlflht ,nvolvlno 150,ooo 'participate In the Decoration Day nud ,m,,e' Fourth of July exercises. Hchollcld Tho cnmmlltcn has Mvo discussion of specific and gen- "ot to have Increased my llfo Insur- cral advertising topics was tho order mice before attending this luncheon. which shows that tho careful Inspec. A rnblo has been received hero Hint ,v n.v Hnt nP ,.nnk .,..,. v..lr . ,, "" ""V:"'"1 ' ."'''I'f ,"" ,.".. I .. ,,.., n,nn nr ihn a,i tho good pcopln of lllehua love mu. tho Inst shipment of sweet potatoes was ailvance(I to tll0 ,B, 'school po- i is noo . ,;,, 0U muy ,10t all agree nl" thV feel that they can spare 0110 sent to the Coast was ncccptod there, r,n,, . l" u, , .!,, ,,.,! ...r with ih onlnlons I express, at least I organization for the bonolU of their . - . . ! a a uiuniui .. imi'vi ---- -..- -, - . , . , .il .. . !- Under tho present system, whllo . nf ,bn inrai nrnhlomi of ndvor- do wish It understood that I 1,111 crltl- '"ss loriunaiu ... o.-. -..... ..... - .... . .. .. 1 . at a a nnrniin iiiiitmi v linn 11 iiinLi'iuiihcii tonw u I person- band; tho Fifth Cavalry ban on aggro I'Aiinn tT hrnHH-hlnw pta and drum Mr. Wnlnland emi.hasUes llio need ","A1"?: "Vr! " , " P . m , " : n paper on mo Kin 1 01 auven sing ,..- ""'"'" ,..,.. .. eaiers that can render "The flosaiy of cooperation with California and bokB",0 ',',"e classes following them, JA' L Mr BtrnB goffered a resohit.on l.o, d T ."kPevrr. fy . duHng Bl a full gallop: tho First Field Arlll says that there Is no reason why his whpHl0P tll0 rcpresentatlveB of (ho wrhc," nlrjt ,"," K "position but "a" which time I have pursued an even Icry has a band that Is tho pride of work and that of tho Territorial mar-1 ... .... York lox book intorPBt8 have Ic" TL , "' iWtilT .,.... Li ... . ,.v sect or nartv tho regiment. History relates tint an ketlng department shouh iiot bo in at)- bcPn tIlk,nB an actvo nter0Bl tbo Hltuatlon should bo or movement, and. having absolutely olllcor of tho Harracks has moro bands than any nia ropon ocioro ibkiuk uciioi on ,t)1d,till . iininitirr inn mrnpinr -11 unvi vnnr a 11a, nnil much as . - - - r IIUIU, Thl mtiant that li asntlpM Irani. been awaiting pon of iM port wll be ,t , post In tho wholo army. .. i.' n?i. L inmniil if parrlr-d nut u . l" I,rcsenl , yn. , , wnno Bolno of tho ocaI proMom) of ndvor- do wlsli It iinderstmm 1? i l' t Z f ns iro the nass. Snmo cllnKos lir0 milrto nnniinlly and tslnB from tho standpoint of tho sell- eking no Individual. SB r??ipu Into raUforota 80"10. r I1880!.8 Ur. con'lellei1 ,to ;','' er of advertising a,.d Mr. Btrango read only the concrete cust, ln?."f S",1 ,;E1 nood OX.,0!!,u?okB: lW l'"ccn to the on kml of a,lvertBlllK ,,. y Bee then. REBELS SUCCEED IN CAPTURING BATTERY Hactl nn It 01 In Cable.) rtELLANO, Mex, May 23, The reb els havo captured a Federal battery. Bolnto cooperntlon nnd sympathy, First Artillery hot a present controversy hero Ib unknown. It Is known that tho traveling ropro- thoroughly canvassed beforo the Club no axe to grind, I do clajm to be un nvnsseu uc oru me iiuu ." nv u, s . ....... . v .. ,. ,,,,;, ,. ,,ioii ahin .Following the papers a prejudiced and to hve somewhat of njlo b. W wore I, Iced s.do Princess C'antacuseene. dauglder of '" ,7" ? (UnnVcom- TX, V V, " ' I'vnl ' I " ,' ,,'on.ooker wlTvo side. an.L each louched off there would .1,,. 1,il.. Mn nr npnpn.l lTPUITICK If. , , ,1 . ,. -n..i,n.. ---- -..--.-- ... .- o--. - - --. - ., - ....... ....... i-a m... v,ri, o.. n.n i'"y. Ju"'y-- i'Ki u.u ' the loclinlcnl details of cffoctlvo nil "m"'. ",u"" " " " . inreo or lour wcckb ago, anil is sum steamer muspr winipnu 11 will remember, sees some of thu gamo. "In promising to give this nddrrss, month's Balary that If the band nnd a S. T.. Btnrrctt, Superintendent of ny riil. llc Marketing, was surprised to on his return from tho Coast. bo aothlng but n faint pulf of Binolto to tlint tho regulation preventing ship- Indlcato that salvo had been llrcd. Un- n.enta of fruit or vegetables from Ka. HIT BY RULING EARTHQUAKE IS FELT AT HILO the funeral of her father MEMORIALS We have the largest stock In the city of both Granite and Marble. Orders will havo our prompt atten tion. H. E. HENDRICK, Ltd., Phone 2648 Merchant and Alako vr.i.B.i.K. i.iu vu.uu u. iiuaii.tiu nnu .to navo visiieu oacn supervising prin- classification will be discussed nt next without much consideration I cntllleu "'i' - - ' " - - " "' ,',":-", "" 'dpal In Hawaii. Including Copeland week's meeting by Mr J.ib I) Mc- It 'The Kind of Advertising Hawaii never been settled. - does not see any good reason for It. o'clock last night ''and Wells. Much of tho nrcsent book o.:,..7.. ....... i'r...i.. v... r P,.mfiii, o.,in into ii, All nf which goes to show thatTtlio and, on the other hand, thinks that tho nuake In four vea I ...! - ....... v ... ...,- owuiiouh uiiu i.ti. iuib .uu,i. " v., , .... w. ul.n.,l,,llu M.n.,l Itlnn for "Hip, fnnd Irnnhlnu urlulm. frmu llm nmlinr.n mnv W 4mn. 1. ra I Hlllllll V IK IlinilUI I'll IIV II1IH (.(IIIIIIII II V. . .Tm.A. ...a .l..n .,-I.a I.'..... n. .. ..... T .I.... ...,,. .au,,1AO ..,A n 1 - ULUUlllllUllVn ...... V ...- w ..." . ...rx.i.u . ,.n a.u... ,,,v u..."H.r" .....J ,.w UUflinHV ,u b AUi Milium, principals siory .. .. vertlslng Hawaii Need.." H l Ktrango Oidy two of tho committees on re- llluclu ,, following remarks: vision of tho course of study were at ..Mr ibidem and Gentlemen: I wnrlt In tho Kpiinto ehuTnl.er nf the ........ ..., ...i.,. .,. i... -. , win.l , ivr.il Ki.iau will! llio lULIIl.y "l 'f-imltnl l mirl.mnrnlnc tmliiv Thpsp. ,. .... .... . .. " - " -' - - reeing inio ino (inure; nm very iar, working on mathematics und language. HH. ,ll(lUt tcn mnutCB, or tho tlmo It reported good progressed Mild they w, ,uko 10 to mi(, t),H nMrcgtl, t would be ready with an almost enm- nquUl Uten kllow ,r j lmV(, I1()t nadB a pleto report by tho time of the gencrul In8tllku ,,, HtlllK 0 rar away froln meeting scheduled for 2 o'clock. ,,le 0(mr ,, whclier j WM un,,,! The other coiiimlttees were said to mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm, have desired unbroken solitude for TZ their cogitations and likely had .sought Tho National Humano Alllanco nf exclusive iiuurtirs elsowhcro for tho Now York presented to tho city of Oil- consultations en revision and readjust, cbro four granite drinking fountains ment of tho study course. I which woro dedicated by tho Antl-Cru- (Hrcl.ll ll'lllrllll Wireless.) Mav 23. At 11 the strongest earth rs shook this island. ported, vertlslng wo need Hawaii Is being sub. of love" wnno me ininmry musicians iar ouiwcign any uiyigcr oi iruiwiy in- Dr. schute or ruhoo rancn reports Jected In snmo forms of advertising are out visiting. j vnslon. Mokuaweoweobelchlnp smoke, we could very well do without. The Second Infantry band was Btn- At the marketing department this The shock was felt most heavily In "Heveral years of unlet observation Honed at Shatter for four months, morning Mr. Stnrrott and AsBlstnnt Kau and Hllo, A roaring sound pre. i ,...,.. (i,( , wv .pm leaving thero March 4 last. Thero aro Wall told of having n thousand sacks ceded It. The tremble was fierce but .,nu PI iwwt, .,,. "" .-.....,- ..... .,... ,,, I.,,,,,! nl . ........ , l. . ..! X. .. , .,-.., I --.-.l If . no sepurliu iuiiiivin iui inn ,'niii, ,.b I,. ui.uui'B .tin. ii mi u. (Milium (iiiiiuis unci, wdidsca punu acicu is 11 swejp tho post, and It menus some figuring from Kauai, but' the ban on shipments by a sudden oale." Horses bolted, wo- to get the bandsmen sottled, but on has "played the dickens," ns It Is ox- men screamed and the alarm was gen- tho wholo tho Bhafterltes want music, pressed, with tho small farmers' plans, oral. even at the expense of elbow room. . The weather has been hot with no Thero Is a good chance that the band TO DISCUSS KALAKAUA AVENUE, rain and frequent very slight tremors. will give Bomo public concoriB m no- havo with us ono especial form ot advertising that probably does more harm than all our efforts In the right dlicctlou tend to benefit. (Continued on Page 6) city Society of Chicago. Tho town of Ilurllngton, formerly nolulu lh "upllpnl" town In Sknclt Countv. Wash., recently wont dry nnd tho Tho Hoarding iioubo ucopers asso- itainKaua avenue s improvement win win no noiu nt tuo rooms or tuo com. The.speclnl commltteo nf tho Oahu The regular meeting of tho members Central Improvement Commltteo on of tho Hawaii Promotion Commltteo Town Council planted cherry trees to elation of Now York has been lncor- hold a meeting at 4 o'clock this after- mltteo: Young Hotel building, on Frl offset tho loss In liquor revenue poratcd. noon. day. at 3:30 o'clock p. in. 4'.:M jl'ZL.JsLi.tt,.,, .. -,'iijJk iJi.erfi.wiiiySLaiiU- 1t&m&Ml 1411 If Tu I 5 i mt&tlMMfaltoirfa1 A''A;'-"-"' ' A" tfi.Jti4t. 'jU&utAMt&- '-flJtafc lasta.. .ii nm irissfct" x'-t"