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HONOLULU RTAR-RULLETIN, MONDAY, DEC. GO, 1012.
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To assure good racing .on New
Year's Day and to get tiie roadbed in
froper condition .the race trcak at Ka
piolani Park has been 'closed to auto
rcbiies. Barries have been placed at differ
ent' points on the track and automo
Lilists who disregard them, do so at
tSeir own risk.
NEW YEAR'S RACE COMMITTEE.
The above warning was issued by
the New Year's race committee toray.
.1. Walter Doyle, publicity agent for
the committee, says that teveral ma
chines have narrowly escipeJ a
smashing, on the track since the bar
riers were erected and that one auto
was damaged several hundred dollars'
'The outos tear the track up, and
we are trying to get it Into statfe for a
f ne meet," said Doyle today. "Hence
thr committee has decided to warn an
autos off the track. "
Booie and billiards will not mix,
that is if the police department can
Judge Monsarrat, heard testimony
this morning which convinced him
of the guilt of Nashima and Sinochi,
who were alleged to have permitted
promiscuous drinking of intoxicating
liquor at a .billiard parlor, which they
operate on Beretania street
The. Japanese were assessed a fine
of twenty dollars and the costs of
prosecution.: Deputy Detective Kellett
made a 'little excursion along the Ori
ental Great White Way on Saturday
night, visiting many of the billiard
and pool rooms, j y
In one Instance, wher4 minors were
found on the premises, the proprietor
was hailed Into court, and fined for
the infraction of the city and county
ordinances. . ;
. When, the name. of .Frank U. Craig
was" called in police court this morn
ing, several local attorneys sat up
and took immediate notice. Craig
will be remembered as having figured
ifr the case wherein he was charged
with doing business as an immigra
tloa or labor agent, without having se
cured a license. The case arose out
of the, almost forgotten visit of the
steamship Senator, which came down
from the Coast with a view of taking
away a number of Filipinos and Porto
ricans, to. work in the Alaskan can
neries; v : '- '(.-. '. . - ..: v v
ine . case against Craig is . still
pending In the . supreme . court, and
for this reason was again moved
along -on the police calendar for an
other month. 'V '.
Two Japanese charged with having
opened . lodging houses without TLrst
having taken out a lfcense, were ar
raigned t at police court Later it de
veloped that the defendants called at
the board of health, secured their per
mite, and ; thereby avoided ; further
prosecution. " -
A bunch of Filipinos and Hawaiiahs
found fn the : Magoon blocl Where
they are alleged to have been en
gaged , In an , attempt to woo fickle
fortune ; by the seven-come-eleven
route, were, placedVunder arrest by
Deputy Kellett, and, his men, and this
morning received nominal fines.
DON'T. KNOW THEY ;
Many Honolulu people who have
chronic appendicitis, which is not
very painful, have doctored for years
for gas on the stomach, sour stom
ach or constipation. The Hollister
Drug Co states If these people will
try buckthorn bark, glycerine, etc,
as compounded in Adler i-ka, the Ger
man appendicitis remedy, they will
be surprised at the QUICK benefit. A
SINGLE DOSE relieves these troubles
CHANGE AT HAWAII.
There is a change of films at the
Hawaii this evening .all new and of
the first order. The crowds t the
Hawaii every night testify to the su
periority of the films that are shown
The semi-open air construction of
the Hawaii makes it one of the most
comfortable amusement houses in the
city, and Manager Noyes hakes it a
point to have the best in the market
in the line of moving pictures.
A cheaper or more entertains
evening cannot be spent thin :;t the
In honor of the fiftieth anniversary read for the first time to any living
of the issuing of the Proclamation of human being the Proclamation of
Emancipation by Abraham Lincoln, Emancipation,
special services were held In the Letter to Greeley.
Central Union church last evening, ati "On August 22, 1862, he wrote tQ
which Charles A. Cottrill, collector of Horace Greely his celebrated letter, in
internal revenue, spoke on What which he said his object was 'to save
Emancipation Has Meant to the Re- the Union with slavery if he could
public." without slavery if he must' Many
Rev. Dr. Doremus Scudder presid- thought by this letter that'Mr. Lincoln
ed at the services and an excellent had deserted the cause of freedom.
musical program, which was ar- and yet the Emancipation P roc la ma
ranged especially for the occasion. tion was already drawn and in his
was given. The church was well filled . hands ready to be issued. He was
and over one hundred cadets from the only waiting an opportune moment to;
Kameharaeha schools attended in a give it to tne world. On Sept 22,'
body and occupied one section. Mr. '1862, the preliminary or threat of a'
Cottrill's address dealt at length upon ' proclamation of emancipation was 1s
the great advance which the negro sued, and on Jan. 1, 1863, the final and '
race has made during the past fifty j complete emancipation was issued. j
years. He spoke, in part, as follows:! "These emancipation exercises are
No Racial Lines Here. j for oar teaching, inspiration and)
"We are assembled to celebrate the ' strength. It is no ordinary occasion,'
fiftieth anniversary of the issuance of lut solemn time for thought anil
the Emancipation Proclamation. I am
deeply sensible of the henor done my
i ace variety by the invitation to. me
to participate in these" exercise. No
one familiar with the history of this
nope ana promise. To this day we
should come as to an ancient shrine j
i. lit. . r . i
iu iuis reat iuu.ii as a aiusea oi ois
people. There is not a home in the
land where the printed pages of his
beautiful Island territory can Question 1 birth, his life and his death have not
the propriety of holding such a meet-i111 real bjr. youth and age. The fee
ing here, where racial lines havef ora 01 n'8 career la tne common lit
reached the minimum in their influ
ence upon the opportunity and welfare
pf the individual. .
' Here, no such thing as h-uraan slav
ery has . ever cursed the land, or the
inhabitants thereof, and I pray God
that the awful curse of racial preju
dice may never, secure a foothold in
this the fairest land under God's
heaven. I voice this hope not merely
for my race variety but for all others
of the various varieties who are not
purely Caucasian. To my Caucasian
friends I appeal for a square deal for
all men and for the continuance of the
splendid lnter-racial feeling existing
here at this time, but which Is likely
to ; be disturbed t y the movements
Two Great Classes.
"The people of every nation are di
vided into two classes, the many who
,with backs to the sunrise worship the
past-the few who work and sacrifice
tor the fuiure; for the generations yet
unborn, and labor to relieve the op-
erature or tne country. For more
than two score years; In all lands, gift
ed .speech-has proclaimed him; the
writers of history have recounted his
deeds; the pen of poetry has-sketched j
his virtues. Among all the great lead
ers, Lincoln stands foremost." v t ; ' j
AUTOS WARNED 1 WHAT EMCIPATIII HAS H ;P "
OFF PARK TRACK TO THE REPWJMIIILL'S THEME 'V;;: v
The annual meeting of the , mem
bers of the Honolulu Sailors' Home!
Society will take place on December
3l8t. 1912, at 9:30 a. m. at the office
of Messrs. F. A. Jchacfer & Co., Ltd.
V CHAS. H. ATHERTQN.
,l : . ;v-: " Secretary.
Honolulu, December" 27, 1912. '
5430-lt ; ; .: , ,
SEALED PROPOSALS, indorsed
Proposals for-Oil Tanks" will be re
pressed, to remove the distinctions ofjCeived at the Bureau 5 of Yards and
caste and to civilize mankind. In the
Revolution. the"fathers of- the republic
grounded their standard dn the solid
rock of .human , Rights. ' They sub
scribed to the, doctrine that 'All men
are-created equal and are endowed by
the Creator with; certain inalienable
rights that amcng these are life, lib
erty and the pursuit of happiness.'
His First Object Lesson.
; "On Feb; 12,: 1809, a babe was born
in the woods of Kentucky amidst the
hardships and ipoverty of pioneer life.
He was- schooled In "the University,
of Nature.' In rtte spring ; 6f ' 183l',
while still a younj)man he went down
the Mississippi oil a flatboat. He vis
ited New Orleans'and svith8-dme com
panions "went abdut the city. He vis
ited a .slave market where 'men and
women were being sold at auction like
cattle. . . '
"A young colored girl one of my
race, was put on the block. Young
Lincoln heard the savage remarks of
the bidders, the bruta, words of the
auctioneer. The' Vcerie filled his very
soul with indignatron and horror. He
swore vengeance upon the unholy in
stitution and, turning to his compani
"Boys, if I ever get a chance to hit
s!ayery by God. I'll hit it hard."
"From first to last Lincoln was the
real leader, andlcept step with events!
On July 22 1862, he called a meeting
of his cabinet s When' they came they
found him- reading Artemus Ward.
Some of the cabinet were greatly dis
pleased at this seeming righthearted
ness .in such serious times and were
impatient to goJ He then took up a
document he had prepared and said:
'Gentlemen, I have called yoii togeth
er to. notify you what I have deter-J
mined to do. I want no advice, noth
ing can change : my mind.' He then
Docks. Navy Department, Wash in g-
.ton, O. C, until IV o'clock a. m.,Jan-
ur.ry 2o, 1913, and then and there
publicly opened, ' for : three Steel C
Storage Tanks at the Naval Station,
Pearl ' Hartfor, Hawaii. ; Estimated
cost ?56J)00. : Plans and specifications
cn be oDtained - on application to
the Bureau. " ' :
Chief of Bureau
December 13, 1912.
5 130 Dec. 30, Jan. 6. .;
IN-THE CIRCUIT. COURT OF THE
First Circuit, Territory of Haw-ail.. At
Chambers In Probate. ' In the mat
ter of the estate of Mrs. Mary A. H,
S. Rose of Honolulu, Oahu, Deceased:
Order of Notice of Heai Ing ; Peti
tion for Probate of Will. '
A document purporting to be' the
last will and testament of Mrs. Mary
A. H. S. Rose, deceased, having on
the 28th day of December, A. D. 1912,
been presented to said Probate Court,
and a petition for probate thereof,
praying for the Issuance of letters
testamentary tp Cbas. H. Rose, ' hav
ing been filed by Minnie Elizabeth
It is ordered, that Monday, the 3rd
day' of February, A. D. 1913, at 9
o'clock a. m., of said day, at the
Court room of said'- Court In the old
Y. M. C. A. Building in the city and
county of Honolulu, be and the same
is hereby appointed the time and
place for proving said will and hear
ing said application.
By the Court: '
Clerk First Circuit Court.
Dated Honolulu, December 28. 1912.
'430 Dec 30, Jan. 6, 13,. 20.
Refined, highjy respectable German
woman, experienced lady's maid
and children's nurse, wishes posi
tion with fine family. Address M.
C. this office. 5430-6L
Several ironers wanted at French
laundry. King St. o430-3t.
Phone 2295 Reaches
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' ALL KINDS OF KOCK AMI SAND FOB CONCRETE WOEX.
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Chickering piano, good condition:
cash or time. Address "W. W.,"
this office. 5430-6t '
Lady's ring with red stone. Finder
return to this office and receive re
ward. 5430 2ts
Latest Styles In
Our stock of Hats arrived by the
Wilhelmina Tuesday, too late for the
Christmas trade, so we will 'offer
them at reduced prices rather than
keep them in stock.
J We call particular attention to our
line of silk fur hats, which is the lat
Our line of Panama and soft hats
is complete in every respect.
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