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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 1912.
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World Famous
"SCOUTS"
Now on Sale!
How's your clinnco to get th
"Hoy bcout" blioe,,bo)S l
vuai wuriu inraous snoa
about which ou have read
so much In the mnenzlucs
It's making juit as big a lilt
In tills tow n as It hn made In
thoblgcltles. Hoys are "wild '
about thctu ray they never
Caw anything Ilka tlum (or
bascbill, running, jumping
niid all outdoor sports.
The
"Boy Scout" Shoe
Tomrhett, light?!, moit
tcmiLia evervuay ttioe
iuuci uppers are
toftaRfftovei. bold
wear two tutbreo
nmes at lomr at or
dlnarytolti NoIId
loci Coolett and
tnost healthful boy'i
inoe eer
Id vented.
Tell your ta that "Bor Scouts" ontwear
two to three pairs of ordinary shoes Brine
Dim with you-tell lilia wo have til slie.
luo.
Good-Luck Charm FREE
Every pair ol rennlne "Dor Scout"
Shoes has a "Swastika" Good. Luck
(.harm attached, lt'a mads ot a specially
prepared melat thai look like to J and It
always staya btleht. Ifa bister than Iho
TiffMlir Irt tlm rrv reins' an,l !. - - a
'; --- - vv.m. ii muni h uiogr
ifliitini. i
Jleller btiTYOUf "nojr
ocuuu now it you
aon i want to wait un
in we lerta tor more,
Alius lliu'! nl.i
ewtullylait, (le)
BOYS, $2.75
MEN, $3.00
Mclnerny Shoe Store
WHEN IN NEED OF
Paper
of any daierlption
Phone 1410
HONOLULU'S LARQE8T
PAPER HOUSE
AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN
PAPER & SUPPLY CO, LTD.
Fort and Queen Streate
QEO. Q. GUILD Manager
Conkling's
Self-Filling
Fountain Pen
Just press tin' crescent imiler
the thiunli That's ull tint Is
remind In (III this pen
Readjustments Without Charge
Repairing of All Pens
A, B. Arlcigh & Co.,
HOTEL, NEAR FORT
WARM WEATHER
SUITINGS
J. E. ROCHA
TAILOR
Elite Building - - Hotel Street
OWL
ri(IM(-MY Ce
M. A. GUNST & CO. Apcnts
Towiisend
Undertaking Co.,
Limited
Night and Day Phone, 1325
71 BERETANIA
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CRISP CRACKERS
Love's
Nurd's
Stationery
NEW FINISHES AND SHAPES
LOTUS LAWN
AND LAWNETTE
and regular finishes In new
shapes.
New finishes and shapes In
WEDDING STATIONERY
Let us mail you a sample
book.
Hawaiian News Co.,
Limited
Alexander Young Building
PERSONALITIES
T .NAKAMl'KA. Identified with the
Jupunese consular corps stntloned ut
Ottawa, Canada, Is a through pussen
Iter In the liner Chlvo Mum
WALT UK A. SMITH, a grudunto of
tno tilcnn County High School and
university of California, Is expected
here In the near future to tako a posi
tion In the school service of the Isl
ands. M YUIIAltA. president of the Tok
yo Academy of Music, Is returning to
japan utter completing h business nnd
pleasure tour of the United States
and Kuroiio llu In numbered with
the passengers In the liner Clilyo
.iar u
MISS KI.I55A R SCIDMOUi:. novel
i"!, writer or noto and lecturer, resld
Ing In Japan, Is returning to the Or
ient us n passenger In the Chlyo Muru
Miss Scldmore Is nuthor of Jinricksha
Das and other vorks of fiction and
trncl
LLDF.R FARR of Ogdon, Utah, who
has been connected with one of the
leading banks there for years, arrived
on tho Honolulan and Is now at the
Mormon Settlement at Lale .Mr. Fun
is to spend thrco years hero ns a mis
sionary. Ho Is the grandson of tho
luto Ulshop Knrr of Utah.
IIAUO.N T OS5AWA, prominently
Identified with the Red Cross move
ment In Jiipun, Is returning to the
Island empire after u hurried trip
throughout tho Unlud Stutes. Ilaron
0iiwn was gneted by u delegation of
local lupaneso upon his ur.rlvul us a
passenger In the Chlyo Mam this
morning
MAURICE r. I.OWi:NSTi:iN, gen
eral manager of the Pnclllc Cummer
clal Company, one of tho blggist
Amerkun Arms doing business In the
Pur East with headquarters at Manila,
Is proceeding to the Philippine cap
ital us u cabin pasBonger In the Jap
uneso liner Chlyo Muru. Mr. I-owen-stiln
is rounding out u business tour
of the world
CAPTAIN II L WIOMOIli:. and
Mis, Wlgmore, returning to Kobe, Ju
lian, as cabin paHstngers In thu Jup
uiicse liner Chl)o Maru, were thu
gutsts of honor at a plcuBlug llttlu
Impruinptu dinner and function held
on ho ird the Clilyo Inst Thursday
evening Word was passed around
that Capt and Mrs WIgmoru had
pussed their tenth milestone on tho
It nit ncal highway. Captain Wlgmore
is attached to the American legation
at the Japuueso port
e
DR. CLARK IS BUSY ON
RUSSIAN IMMIGRATION
1'imnllillltkH for Immigration of Hits
hlaiit to Hawaii tire now hi lug Inves
limited by l)r Victor H Chirk, lom
iiiIkhIoihi of Immigration, at Dtilu) or
Dalrtn The Inst news rmlud from
lilm wits to tho 1'ITii.t that he Im thite
now
WANTS
FOR SALE
Unfurnished roinon, J 3 00 mouth Tir
rltnrj House, fit l, South KlUK
SiC'J-lm
New plum rolls All the Intist music
1 Ijirne shipment rtnlud ex Hono
lulan llirKhtrom Music t'o Ltd;
Phone iii B2C9-1W
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
llulldttiK-s, paper-haiiKlng, palatini,', re-
pnirliiK, materials suppllt-d Mat
tress and pillows to order Full line
of furniture In stock Wing Tnl A
Co, 1-M0 Nituunu -52CU-3I11
TRANSFER.
Island Transfer Co, ul.1 Alakea Day
phone SkO'J night Skill Spli nil Id
equipment for lia'uitllng nil kinds of
ixprtss nnd drnvlng All tinplo)eH
hiivu hud long experience
SJI.U-1IU
W. C. Achi
I ATTORNEY AT LAW
Kaplolanl Building Honolulu, f, H.
P. O. Box (Ot
Bakery
LOCAL AND GENERAL
For a hack, ring up 2307,
Curios from all over the world at tho
Anchor Saloon,
I The llllo Tax Appeal Court has be
gun Its sessions
It goes without saying that every
I thing Is lies' at The Kncore
Special prices on potteries nnd
brasses Arts and Crafts Shop
1 George Mann, a postnilku employe
at llllo, died of pneumonia yesterduj
Tho Underwood Typewriter Visible
nono better. Wall, Nichols Co, Ltd.
. Agents.
1 i:n plantation will not pa an extra
ror tills tpinrtcr T he regular dividend
will bo paid ns usual
News litis lH.cn iccelved here telling
of the dentil of James Duncan, long
cverRcer of Olan plantation
Wanted Two more passeugora for
nrouud-tltc-island at tti. Lewis
1 Stables and Oarage Tel 2141.
I It you watit a good Job doue on an
I auto or carriage take It to Hawaiian
Carriage Mfg. Co, 427 Queen SL
Illcjclo Supplies and Repairing. Roy
al Nay Illcycles, $. Kasy terms.
Dow don Ilros, Smith and Hotel Sts
Pineapple soda and Hire's Hoot lleor
-excellent sitinmtr drinks nre hot
tltd by the Consolidated Sodn Works
Jliono 2171
For an auto rail up Joo Santos at
Young Automobile Stand, Phone 2". 11.
Seven sented Pope-Hartford, No. 92'J.
Hates reasonnblo.
Ilrlng 10 Green Stamps and one ilol
lar and get a complete Hoy Scout suit
for vacation. Green Stamp Store,
Deretanla and Fort streets.
A general cargo Is being placed
aboard tho inter-Island steamer Claud
Ine preparator) to the sailing of that
vessel for Maul and Hawaii ports this
evening.
News uf n shooting affray near llllo
In which a Chluamnu and a Hawaiian
were mixed up reached the llllo po
Ilea. Tho Oriental Is said to be badl)
wounded.
Work upon tho reconstruction of Pa
lolo avenue, Knlmukl, along which the
now wntcr pipe lino has Just been
laid, will commence this morning by
tho rotul department.
The Oahu Railway . Laud Com
piny has donated land on King street
near the Palama Settlement for n pub
lie plnj ground Tho tenement build
lugs now on tho property wilt bo sold
at auction and rumoved.
The St. Louis College alumni wilt
hold their, nnnunl reunion at tho club
house next Saturday evening, begin
ling at 7 30 o'clock. It wilt consist
of j smoker, during which a pedro
tournament will tnke place.
Taking general cargo for Importers
nnd island plantations tho Intor-lid
end steamer Helcno sailed shortly aft
er noon hour today for Koholalele,
Piiaiillo, Kukalaii, Ooknin, I.ijiipaliuo
hou and I'apaaloa Tho Helcnu car.
rled no passengers 9
Six j ears' active, service with the
United States quarantine service In
the capacity of master of the Federal
launch has been rounded out by Cap
tain I. Dray. According to records,
the skipper has 1937 round trips be
tween the quarantine station and ves
sels lying off tho harbor to his rred
It.
The annual Ladles' Night of the
Men's league of Central Union
Church will bo held at Kawalahao
Seminary, Mnnou Valley, this evening.
Dinner will bo served In tho dining
hall at 11 :iil, after which Prof John II
Cnrvlu, of Denver, Col, will glvo an
illustrntid Icduro on Moxlco. In the
auditorium of tho same building.
Auto trips around tho Island will bo
mnde every Wednesday and Friday by
tho City Auto Stand cars; autos leavo
stand at 9 a m. and return about A
p. m. Threo cars will bo placed on
run It required. Rates $4 GO a passen
ger. TTioro desiring to mako trip nru
requested to como nnd book. City
Auto Stand. Phono 3GG4 or 1179.
Following n dinner given by tho Ho
nolulu School for Ilo8 to a number of
tho friends of tho school, tho pupils
wore addressed by Judge Whitney and
the class leaders wore presented with
prizes. Tho evening concluded with a
glorious bonfire, Jn which the debris
collected nbout tho school premises ))
tho pupils, as their share of Clean Up
Day, was burned.
REAL E8TATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record June 19, 1912.
From 10:30 a. m. to 430 p m.
Poll Knlua unit lisli to Lihalnu
A fret I Co Ltd ... . 1)
(' D Kunikon to Ham Kuhaunaele. 1U1
Sam Ktihiiunndc nnd vvf to H1-
viino Do KobrlMi . . M
t'luta M It Mossinnii ami hsb to
Itunilolpli - (ioodell . . L
Palolo Li ml ,j Imprviiit Co Ltd to
Mrs Mar) Schults it nl . .. D
Chuck llo) it nl to New China
Village . . , jn
W C Achi. tr, to Uiiinnukii Trait Pliin
Kaluvvulanul Kuuvva (w) to II
Tung Kwul (k) . .. D
lt nt llinr P Ikildwln h trs to
Odti of Oenrgo T McLean VM
Alnieldn-Mattos Plumbing Co to
Hank of Hawaii Ltd ... .CM
i: H C'jiiha and vvf to Harry Ar-
lllltllKU . . . . . u
Win Pullnr nnd wf to Clmrles Jl
Cooke Ltd ... ji
A (luiuphcr iiml vvf to Jouu Ho-
tilho J)
Take Kawntiara and hsb to Joh P
Meuihiiieu ,, M
Itore K Ktkiiiiln lis Co Khcr to
Paul I! It .Slniuih Slier 1)
Entered for Record June 21, 1912.
From 8:30 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Klin Ktihlnu to K Sblnohara .,' I,
T .Murnta to von Hiiinni-YoiiiiB Co
Ltd CM
Aueustti M Crahiiui and hsb to
Tliointis Mifllltli n
Thomas Menillln ami vvf to Sind
wleli Islands I lone Co Ltd I)
Polly lllrd to W 11 llurbnttle AM
W II Hnrbottlei to I) i Id Peter
son . ..Ilel
David I, Pitirson and vvf to Ka
huna . 1)
Kulami nnd vvf to Hiindnleli Is
lands I Ion, Co l. id n
K Ilajushl to August Drelel Ltd CM
HEN
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Cupyrijlit Hart, SchiFncr & Mux
Silva's Toggery,
lil s Bldg "The Store for Good Clothes"
fftrf
This
Walk-Over
Man
Is tiuhiv (iinsliltreil the most
vallial.li- trade mark In all the
world mill is It had been nnd
upon thoiouKhlj de pen ilu hi 0
slims, which vMin dlstilliitliil In
u loiiseliutlous mamar. It would
be valueless it tnkis merit to
mull tin top and stay time
Jacobson Bros.,
Pantheon Blk, Hotel nr. Fort St
ftY AUTHORITY
RESOLUTION NO. 669.
UK IT ItLMH.VI.I) h the llo.ud of
KupervlsorH of the Tt and Count) of
lloiiolulii, Tnilloi v uf Hawaii that the
sum of T'llltl.i: Tltni'HANI) 1)1)1, -LAItH
(IIUU(iliM) Ik iiml tin' runlet Is
hi rib), appropihiti.il out of all 1110111)11
of tin Peimaiii lit Impiove 1111 lit Fund
of the Tirasui) for an mcoiin! kuoivil
as PAItKINO, KALKAUA AVUMll!
(Curbing)
l'risi nlcd by Kiipiivlnr
II IL MUItltAY
Honolulu June 13, 1U 1 '
Approved this -MM da) of .lone,
D Ull.' '
JoSLI'H J FLUX,
Mnor
o.'i.'J J11111 21 ii M
(llliirs ma) 1 In ill He papers hut the
II11I let 1 11 Is ailiiilllul lo lute Hie
iurgtat clriuliillati.
you're not
just loafing and
!s wncre von want to ooc wen c ressea.
COAST ALLEGES
PEST DANGER
California is hi lug stirred up on tho
fruit II) danger" not mil) by Prof II
II Molt, rln flu. lnrnl o, luntl.il ultn linu
In 1 11 talking much nnd lciudl), but b)
( iillfornla olllcinls ruder dato ot
nine 7 tho Suit Francisco Cxamlner
publishes the following'
' Asserting Hint tho actions of steam
ship Hues In disregarding tho quaran
tine ngulust fruits Infested with thu
Mediterranean lly Is a menace to tho
millions Invested In tho fruit Industry
in California, Frederick Maskovv, chief
quarantine olllier at this port. Is ore
paring a report In which ho asks that
lie anil his itsslslitntH be permitted lo
keep all foiclgn ships anchored until
(oiupiittly searched
"In the report which will bo rerc Iv
I d by Dr A. J Cook, Stnlo Comuils
sinner of Horticulture, today, Mnskew
decltires Hint unless tho local qutirun
linn cilllcers recelvo nuthnrlt) lo tit tain
hteameiH It Is probable that every oth
ir precnutlon taken to keep the fruit
pest nut of tho State will fall . T ha
pest has been found in five dllTcreitl
shipments recently
"Professor II II Severln and Wll
Hum II llnrtuiig of Honolulu arrived
hero on the steamer llouolulnii yestcr
tiny ami reported that If California
wished In prolect her gnat fruit in
diistrfes it would be uercssnry to pl.uo
a quarantine against the admission ot
mi) fruit from Hawaii They have
1011IK hue to nllend tho Slate Fruit
(Iinntis Convention nt Snutn llnrbnra
cm June 1J nnd will try to show tho
men Interested the danger of remain
lug Inactive when tho entire Stnto Is
threatened
"Until men iissert that IiiBpeetoi II
II Woln'aud who nlso arrived hoi o on
Hie same simmer after Investigating
tho trull II) pest In Hawaii was lax In
I trfiirmlng his duties Mnskew nnd
Welnlniid linvo asked Severln and
Ilartung 10 nc company them lo Sac
lamcnlo tmlnv anil reisirt their liifor
million lo Di Cook "
NBW - TO-DAY
MI.M.I 1) PROPOSALS, indorsed Pro
piiiuls for TravilliiK (rains wilt be
ii ilvid nt tin Hun an or Yards nnd
Docks ,av Di partial nt Washing
ton until II o clock a 111 Jul) t, l'J I J
and then mid thin inihllilv opined for
I 1 he trie all) and ll haml op. sated
tiavelliiK rianiH for Hi. Nav il .Station
Pearl Harbor Hawaii plans and spi
ellltatlous can he obtained on applica
tion lo tho lltueaii or to Hie 1 mum 111
ilaut of the naval station tnuiid ft It
M'AM'eiltD, (Tiluf of lliiiiau Jum R
lJl.' 3:C'J Jtitit ill, .
"doing much of any
enjoying yourself,
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Hart Schaffner
clothes make: :i wcll-drcsscci man wherever the
man is, whoever he is; young man or old; any
size or shape or figure.
We fit anybody, any mind, any pocket
book in this store with these clothes. You
ought to wear them because they're the best
clothes made.
Suits, $20.00 and up.
Overcoats, 20.00 and up.
YOU
Crisco
ONCE
and you will realize that it is superior
to butter or lard for all cooking.
Your grocer has it.
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NEXT WEEK
we will offer
At Special Prices
A Large Purchase of 4
New Silks )
Particulars in Tomorrow's Bulletin j
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