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' HONOLULU BTAE-BULLETIN, SATURDAY, JAN. .11, 1013.;
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Plans for traveling libraries fostered I'ircnlaticn taken, necessary repairs
I v the new Carnegie library here are I made, and then the library is forward-
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Frcourse we; always carry such higK
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here are some specially inviting offers.
ASPARAGUS, BOUILLON, CONSOMME,
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CHICKEN-GUMBO,' MOCK TURTLE,
CHICKEN VEGETABLE, PEA
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' A neat appearing man is always thaught well of '-We have very
tbing a discriminaiininaj wants, Let ua fix you up. ; ... .
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The; entire, worWappreciatesthisbest...
of muicrai water. :, -, It .blends well with
v all liquors, and is a most delicious table
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At a result oC the cliangQ .at the.
boat schedules, it has been found ne
cessary i to v make several i changes. In
the dates of the Men and Religion
campaign. ; The. campaign ; wilL , howT
ever; begin on the same day as pre
vlously, announced.; January 23 but
wQl close Wednesday afternoon, Janu
ary. 29, two days earlier, than at first
expected. A : more intensive program
has. been prepared for the visit of the
team," Including the same' number of
features. '' -
. The committee la'charge of the spe
clal: functions ;of ; the campaigB met
yesterday afternoon for -the purpose
; of planning; a banquet to be held on
the afternoon or January Z3, probamy
at the Moana Hotel. This will be
perhaps the largest gathering of rep
resentative business and professional
rnn ever hld in th dtvr: cover A for
I fully Qiree hundred - will be laid. In
vitatlons and invitation" lists are ncrrt
bteing prepared and the former will be
issued next week. Messra Smith and
Robins will speak at t the dinner and
the . international quartet, which, ac-
i companies the team, will render sey
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Get Started Right
If you want a home
If you want to sell your home
If you want to loan money
If you want to borrow money ,.
If you want to insure your life
If you want to insure your property
v; If -you want to insure-your automobile
"X If tyou want t to insure against accident
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S3 Merchant St.
J Statistics compiled by .Superintend?
eht of " Schools W.I T; .'Pope -from re
t ports f which are s beginning to i come
, Into the departmenl of public instruct
tion from the various districts en the
I attendance in the- pubUc schools since
' the- close of the? holidays, .-show ap
S proximately i26,00 pirpils 'are attend,
i fng the-?public schoola tntheTerri
1 tory of s Hawaii. :Aa all of the re
! portal have not as" yet come to hand,"
i It IB believed that this' figure will be
increased somewhat ; The attendance
during the tlaat term," which closed
with the beginning of the holidays,
was 25,186, with Honolulu leading all
'other? district in the Territory with
i-a total-of 10,000. f? ,
These figures show that there ia
comparatively little change in the at-i
tendance after the holidays. The
places of some of the students who
fail to return after Christmas are
; 'taken by the new scholars and in'
this way the average for the year is
i maintained. The problem of the
crowded conditions of the different
schools and has been remedied in the
best possible manner and in so far as
accommodations are concerned, Kau
ai probably leads all other publid
school - districts. That there is no
overcrowding in this district is due
to the fact that the school authorities
of Kauai added twenty-four additional
rooms to their schools and erected
another building. There is some over
crowding in the schools on Maul, and
according to- Inspector of Schools Gib
son, the greatest number of accommo
dations are needed on the schools in
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WHOLESOME AND NUTRITIOUS
WHEAT AND COFFEE.
5 PER MONTH
A cablegram, dated December 23.
1012, from the International Institute
tH Agriculture, Rome, Italy, has been
rereived by the United States Depart
ment of Agriculture, giving the follow
In Argentina the estimated produc
tion, this season, of wheat is 235,161.
(00 bushels; oats. 115,882,000 bushels;
flaxseel, 51.1S0.000 bushels.
In Crazi!, the estimated production
tA colTee, thi& season, is 1.322.720.000
The Clarence Mackays have estab
lished themselves in what seems to
be a permanent home in Paris, and
have suspended the work of improving
their' rr.aguifirent estate on Long Isl
and, near New York.
In fixed collections.
Out of .a- general: loan collec
tion from which, travelling libraries
are selected ta meet specific needs.
The fixed colections are made up of
the best popular books of fiction Jiis-tory.-travel,
biography,? sociology, lit
erature, nsful arts, fine 'arts and sci
ence. A " number of children's books
are Included. rv ; " - ' X ';vX'. ''
: These, traveling librahes are gener
ally, put in charge of ; a volunteer; li
brarian. ' : Such a collection may be
kept .three months or a longer; time
on special application and .then re
turned? to the central library in ex
change for another collection. They
should be In charge of an interested
person and be kept at a place central
ly located where people will feel free
to go. .
-These- traveling libraries are usoA
ally shipped in strong packing 'cases
with the necessary supplies for keep
ing . records-1 of circulation. , On ' the
return f - a collection to the central
library It Is checked up, a record of
tmnStey can tit . Lie : i a 1
of those who wVuld not' otherwise Le
served.' :pz z&'f 4 &. -f X-l
The foregoing plans are provisional,
and suggestions from all persons In
terested are requested especially as
to the places to be selected for sta
tions, ? Alt communications should be
sent U the undersigned at Honohilo.
-; Honolulu, January. 10. 1913. - ; w ;
? X-ROBBIN3 B-JANDEIRSbN
Chairman - of Committee on Island
Libraries and ; Stationa;. Trus-4
tees of ; Library of 'Hawaii ; ,
JAPArt LECTURE AT x. i
Y. W. C. A. VESPER SERVICE
vThe vesper services at the Y. W.
C. A. will bs held at . the Homestead
tomorrow af ternoon'.at 4 : 30. o'clock.
Leader Miss Ida Duncan, and It
promises to , be a very interesting
meeting because she iff Just return
ing 1 from Japan and . is; fb speak- of
her-work there and alSii to exhibit
some curips" whiclr ' she brings; from
that 'country.- s ' : '
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Wean to put a ttop to the cooperation
of the board of agriculture and bosrd
O supervisors," the report sets forth,
'"as it is beyond reason to expect us
to .jgin to.break in a new man to do
work which it will require at least one
year for him to become familiar with.
It is required to mske the test with
ba cost to the owner. This arrange
tntut, which has saved the board of
'tupervisors. a cost ot testing 5000 to
$f'G0 head of cattle annually, has prov
ed Immensely satisfactory.
I. ' Richards has given his whole time
to study not only the dairies and herds
bnt the character and idiosyncracies
of each individual milk producer with
th satisfactory result that the milk
supply of the city and county of Po
r.tlulu may be Laid to be 100 per cent
iftter than it was two years ago.
"I therefore suggest that your board
(sericulture) make such representa
tions to' the board of supervisors to in
sure a continuance of the-- services f
R;cbards: for the-tuberculin : est
a saving of $75 a month. The county
physician andT. his assistant each got
$150 under the old regime. Under the
new plan, Dr. J. T. Wayson takes care
of the entire work with the assistance
of a nurse. Dr. 1 Wayson gets $225 a
month from the city.
The supervisors have also reduced
the city sanitary inspectors to six in
stead of seven. In this connection
there Is much dissatisfaction with the
plan of having the territorial board of
health handle the city inspectors and
there Is some talk of asking the next
legislature to turn the sanitation work
of - the city back to the territorial
There Is a rumor afloat that the
supervisors will soon consider a mu
nicipal paving-plant This is flatly de
nied by Lester Petrie, chairman of the
roads committee, who says that the
committee has not taken the matter
up, and that the report be read this
morning was the first he heard of such
Halibut, Salmon c!e, Sm2lt,
Try our Picnic Ean - 20c ia Pound
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17 Acres With 2-story,r4-bedrooni'r.8u$8;'FsJr and ocean views.
IT A AT, A Y7 A T. Beautiful, beach residence;
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auciicn Trust Co. Ltd-923
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Full Line of
Port Street bdov CcaYcr.t
COAL IN THE PACIFIC
The dominating factor in the coal
production of the Pacific coast States
H still the heavy production of Cali
fornia petroleum which is used for
Gay is now a mounted officer in the Dl , , w , T . .
nnHr- forre and objects to the state- V"." "XV4-. 4"c yX"uut"IJ
ment that be is an inexperienced man, c vvasa ff " ? :po
" was brought up on a ranch at Wai-1 8how a Uht increase for domeo
alua Uhd know all about cattle and' !C Purposes over the output in 1911.
r XX t ctonah.l I California and Oregon the Drodue-
hnrcQ I wr manaeer of the slauszti-; ' v6iu mc yiuuuc-
ter-house and rfeat-shop at Kohalaj t,on f 1 negligible. The con
for three vCars." he said this morn- sumption of California oil for fuel pur-
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ing, ana I consiaer myseir quue aui
to perform the duties of milk inspect
or. I can get on to the tuberculin
and milk tests in a very short time, I
The supervisors are carrying out
the sweeping changes in the sanitary
work of the city that were decided
upon in caucus. The assistant city
physicianship has been cut out, with
popes in 1912 was approximately 57,-
000,000 barrels, or more than four
t;nies the equivalent of the total" pro
duction of coal in the Pacific coast
Chancellor David Lloyd-George ex
pects to visit the United States In the
Fall, and will extend his visit to San
Francisco and Los Angeles.
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First National c Bank BuJ!rfi
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