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HONOLULU STAK-BULLETIN, WETOfESDAT, DEC 4 1012
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- We Solicit Your Investments in
California Farm Lands
Quick Results and Profits.
CHARLES A. STANTON & CO., Inc.,
First National Bank Building
NOW LOCATED and READY
186 Merchant Street
TOM SHARP, the Sign Painter
ARE AS MILITANT AS EVER
I.OXIjOW Nov. Matters of Qr.l- brought together an enthusiastic as
, v-rsal interest, such as the ; Balkan sembly of more than 1 .LHt jterscitrs'
war and others of sudden arid start- tnd more than $2.,,nott were collected
'lias awal as Wednesdays and on the spot. Mr:-; Tawceit. a suf-
Thursday's scenes in the. House of fragist fighter for more than twenty
; Commons are always apt temporarily years, presided, and Lord Robert Ce-
iio hide away the moveraentslof slow- v made" a strong and impassioned
er growth. As far as the notice taken -S;)ef.rh. but no Lon'uon paper rave
uj tut jir8 i lUHinutu suma- rtiore man a tew n:ies to the meeting
i gists might be imagined to have re- and some did not notice it .it all
; tired from the arena. But to imagine though sporadic window' breaking cm
tnis would be a great mistake. They a small scale which occurred on the
have never been more active and famp day secured a fair amount of
have never worked and organized -publicity, a fact which the tnilitants
harder than in the last few weeks. nave been usine sinr to inifv ih01
There have been no organized orgies policy ot violence.
sucn as winaow smasning and otner t ,, . ,
outrages, -jut the militants all ow- " miT i
the kingdom are keeping thete hands . slr fvu
jl v, 1',.,. ing. recently did not secure mum
i hi. i a uig macs nieeiuig- in vie- .
i toria Park on Sunday, whicla had been c " have ceased
practically unnoticed by the- press. fm ma,ki"s t'?"b,e- , Jt w' f
Mrs. Drummond, one of the chief w,'"6r. 11 u" u'
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and many other Christmas suggestions
; ' 'AH newly arrived from Japan
1 245 Fort, St., atiove Bretania
V." BERETANIA AND ALAKEA STS.
Tender Meat of AH Kinds
KW06K KAI, Prop.
Furni(ui;e aind PiapMovihg
2464 Phone- -2464
Lorrin K. Smith
Nuuanu and Qeeen Streeti
r t nrritin dAn
militant leaders, advocated violence, ut a6a'"
with utmost energy. Th? Pankhurst orga, Suffragette;
"Destruction of property will be a this week has for its front page an
particular 'job' in the future.' shde- editorial exerpt from Patrick Henry's
dared, and the great crowd was with famous declaration. "Give me liberty
her. - - j or give me death!" The passage
During the past week III all"; parts starts with the words. "Shall we try
of the kingdom, especially In Ixn- argument." -
don, Birmingham and Dublin, the mil-! The reports of the Royal Commis
Itants have pursued a relentless cam- sion on divorce, although duly noticed
paign against the Post Office. Street by the editorials in the newspapers,
post boxes by the score have been has. not yet received real attention
filled with varnish and some sticky from the general public. G. K. Ches
black fluid, which rendered hundreds terton, whose opinion on all matters
of envelopes illegible, and has given of general public interest is eagerly
the General' Post Office .endless ,' sought, says: "When I" was a boy
trouble fn deciphering the others. jthe only freedom the moderns seetn
' John Burns, the president of the ed to fancy was suicide or the failure
Local Government Board, at a non- of life; The moderns have brighten
political meeting in his own constitu- rd up a bit. Their idea of freedom
ency in Battersea, was practically , now is only divorce or the failure
unable to get a hearing and had to of love. That success is rather more
suspend the proceedings for twenty tree than failure and ten thousand
minutes while he personally superin-. times more common they cannot
tended the police who were throwing I grasp yet. For the present I am
out men and women suffragists. Even against .Government meddling in
Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.
Capital and Surplus, $1,200,000
then he could not carry on the open
Ing ceremony of a harmless flower
George Landsbury, a prominent la
bor member of Parliament, has re
signed his seat in the House and wii
recontest for election from the Bow
and Bromley division in order to
these long moral issues at all. I do
not think a . frankly heathen State
ought to forbid divorce or : suicide,
but the whole Christian populace will
permanently resist both andjwill con
tinue to do so till you literally make
The West End Baccarat Club has
fight in the constituency as a pure! again started operations fpr the win
fcuffragist candidate. jter season. Scotland Yard is again
,A glance at the current number of i debating what it can do with the
Suffragette shows a collection is be-! young son of a peer who within the
ing made of 250,000; and . the fund 1 last week lost 40,000 pounds sterling,
now totals 137000, while the local There is a new development in these
reports, never, noticed In the daiiyj clubs, which affords safety from any
press, show that enthusiastic meet- police raids. Certain W est End clubs,
t - 7 1 J J i 1 H . ii. . ' m x . 1 " . l
Ings are held daily all over the coun
try. At all these meetings funds big
and small come in. "
Last Sunday's meeting of' nonmiji
tant suffragists at Albert Hall
hitherto above suspicion, are allow
ing their members to engage private
rooms, where baccarat is played for
as high stakes as ever before in London.
TICKLES SOLES OF
WIFE TO MAKE HER
, MAD; SUCCEEDS
William Amos White, a wood turner
of 909 McAllister street, San Francis
co, has been in the habit of tickling
the soles of his wife's feet at night to
see how mad she would get, according
to the divorce complaint of Jane H.
White, filed jn the county clerk's of
fice this morning.. Because of the
tickling, Mrs. White says that she has
rarely been able to get a good night's
sleep and, as a consequence, 'has 'be
come a nefvdtis wreck.
APPOINTED FOR HAWAII
HILO, Dec. 3. Dr. J. S. B. Pratt,
president of the Territorial Board of
Iealth, arriving here last Friday, is
making a complete tour of the Big
sland on a thorough Inspection of
health conditions, which he will use
as the basis for a number of recom
mendations in his report to the com-
His work already has proceeded far
enough to enable him to announce one
of. these recommendations;" that is,
that a bacteriologist be appointed for
this island. He favors a bacterio
logist for each one of the larger is
lands, but thinks Hawaii especially
is -in need of a specialist of this
kind because the work is rapidly, be
coming too heavy for Inspector D. S.
Bowman tQ handle alone.
During his tour Dr. Pratt will In
spect the rat laboratory established
at Hamakua since , his last visit to
that , place, and at Kona he will in
vestigate the. matter of the proposed
new hospital at Kona-Waena. He ex
pects to return to Honolulu the latter
part of the present week.
For news and the truth iibont It, N
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That's Why Yoa'ra Tirwl On! of
Sort Ht No Af fdSc,
will put yoa right
in tew day.
imicit, laiigtttioa, mni Sick He dick.
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Genuine mutbew Signature
i vri i kiwi
is Nature's completest
food and choicest bever
.age. It is so delicate in its
perfection that alight im
purities multiply rapidly
and quickly become harm
ful." Unclean milk har.
The cleanliness, purity
and healthfulness of our
milk is absolutely guaranteed.
t( C UFFS?
For Children to -Wear
In the Home
Wlnerny Shoe Store
. : (
l0 Corner Lot Nuuanu and ' Judd
A i r fl m
is., wxit, gooa lor store or
$ 5001 acre at Alewa Hefghts, good
soil. Fine marine view.
$ 800 Lot 100x100 In Kekio Tract,
nr. Waikiki bridge.
Lots at Puunul, . l2c per foot
P. E. R. STRALtCH,
Waltj Building 71 S. King Street.
We know everybody and understand the
-;: King St. JOHN ARADIE, Prop.
Phone 2295 Reaches
Hustace-Peck Co., Ltd.
ALL KINDS OF ROCK AND SAND FOB CONCRETE WORK.
WREWOOD AND COAL.
tl QUE EN STREET. f. 0. BOX I
Before giving up
I did not
Understand to be
To coffee until
Coffee to Postum.
The larjie army of persons who have
found relief from many chronic ail
ments by changing from coffee to
Postum as a daily beverage, is grow
ing each day.
It is only a simple question of try
ing it for oneself in order to" know
the joy of .returning health as realiz
ed by a young, lady, who writes:
"I had been a coffee drinker nearly
all my life and it affected my stom
ach caused insomnia and 1 was sel
dom without a headache. I had heard
about Postum and how beneficial it
was, so concluded to stop drinking
coffee and try it.
"I was delighted with the change. I
can now sleep well and seldom ever
have a headache. .My stomach lies
gotten strong and I can eat without
suffering afterwards. My whole sys
tem has been greatly benefited by
"My brother also suffered from
stomach trouble while he drank cof
fee, but now. since using Postum. he
feels so much better that he would
not go Mck to coffee for anything."
A few 50x100 lots in Ntmanu Valley.
Several fine large lots at Kalihi.
Two fine lots with houses at $1000
and $ 3000.
To a couple without children, small,
furnished cottage; bath, wilchen and
2 rooms, gas and electric- light $16.
J. H. Schnack
137 Merchant Street.
FILLED WITH HAWAIIAN COTTON. BETTER THAN SILK
FLOSS. WILL NEVER WEAR OUT. MAKES A BETTER
CUSHION. . ' r " "
SILK FLOSS CUSHIONS SAME PRICE.
COYNE FURNITURE CO., LTD.
W. C. ACHI,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
aj!fan! uildinf Honolulu, f. H
P. O. Box IN
Etlmata Furnished on Buildloca
i Rates Reaeooaoi.
: t60 Hotel St., Oregon Bldf. Tel. ISli
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There's a Reason"
Sold by Grocers
' Only tstablithment on the Ulanrf
quipped to do Dry Cleaning.
1 Your attention is called to the fact
! that we have just received, by last
: boat from the Coast, a large shipment
;of the best PORTO RICO HATS. Reg
; oJar price, $5; reduced to $2.50.
int LwuiPHi MAT CLEANERS
No. 20 Beretanla St., nr. Nuuanu Ave
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From the famous Hartr Mountain springs in Germany. - A de
lightful table water, refreshing, pure and healthful. Blends
well with all liquors. '
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