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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY. JAN. V. HH.1.
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P. O. Box 60G.
MAUNAOLU SEMINARY CLOSES
YEAR OF GENERAL PROSPERITY
t--"!r. ! 1 t:l 5 : u Corrf ;m l- t, 1
WAIItKr. Maui. Jan 15 Th
annual inttin of the trusters of th
.V.aur.arlu Seminary located al Ma
ka'A'uo. Maui, ai be Id last wrek. All
the trustees wf-re preterit -H A.
lialdwin, president; I ('. Lindsay,
rt-1 :iry and treapurer ; other mern
hirs, Mrs. H. P. Baldwin, H. W. IMce.
Kev. K. B. IVd. F. W. Hardy, Clar-
net- CI. White. Miss Kva I.. Heiisner,
the principal, was also with the
board while it was in session.
Tiie beard elected Kev. A. Craig
Bov.dish trustee in the place of Kev.
E. li. Turner, resigned. The election
of officers for the new year resulted
as fellows: H. A. Baldwin, president:
F. W. Hardy, vice-president; I. C.
Lindsay, secretary and treasurer. The
president and secretary together with
Kev. Mr. Bowdish were appointed a
teachers' committee, while the offi
cers of the board were made a perma
nent executive committee of the in
stitution. Some interesting matters for discus
sion were brought up viz. the light
ing of the building with electricity,
and the obtaining a new water supply
for the school. Suitable committees
were appointed to attend to both
The pact year has been a most
prosperous one for the school. The
DALLAS TO MAKE
DALLAS. Texas Iowa Is expecting
to send 250 Shriners to Dallas for the
Imperial Council meeting next May.
There are four Shrines in Iowa, in Des
Moines, Davenport, Cedar Rapids and
Sioux City, respectively. Des Moines
will send a delegation of seventy-five
including the famous Arab Patrol of
that city. According- to advices re
ceived the Iowa Nobles will assemble
at one point for a joint pilgrimage to
Dallas is preparing to entertain the
lowans on an elaborate scala. Con
trary to the general supposition Texas
presents many scenic charms and it
has 'cities within easy riding distance
which present diversified attractions
to the visitors. May is one of the most
beautiful months cf the year from a
climatic standpoint and the Lone Star
State v.'ill be in her best attire In
Lonor cf the visitors.
Jerusalem Temple of New. Orleans
will strive to have the largest repre
sentation of 'any Southern Temple.
Enroate to Dallas the Nobles of the
Crescent City plart to visit Galveston,
the great seaport of Texas, where they
will enjoy the; surf bathing and other
attracttons of the Island city. As
many of; the Eastern Temples will
make the pilgrimage to Dallas via sea,
either to New Orleans or Galveston,
Jerusalem Nobles have issued and in
vitation to Join them in the last stages
of the pilgrimage. ,
Moslem Temple of Detroit, Mich., is
p'anning a 'special train from there to
New York, 4he trip south to be mado
by boat and return by special train
through the central states. Forty of
the officers and members of Moslem
Temple recently participated in the
dedication ceremonies of Mosa Tem
ple's new mosque at London, Ontario,
tvnd Shriners of that section of Can
ada are planning to join the Detroit
Nobles in their pilgrimage to Dallas.
El Mina Temple of Galvesion, Tex
as, is planning entertainmeni for Im
perial Shrine visitors on a scale that
promises to leave pleasant associa
Uons of the Island City in the memor
ies of the Arabs from other states.
Fifty Nobles of Mecca Temple of New
York have secured hotel reservations
in Galveston for the evening of May
16, after the close of the Imperial
Council in this city. El Mina Nobles
will act as hosts to the New York
Shriners. Special steamers will be
chartered by the various northern and
eastern temples and will bring hun
dreds of Nobles to Dallas via Galves
ton, while hundreds more will return
to their homes throughout the cast
Noble C. W. Hobson. Ta-st Poten
tate of Hella Temple and Chairman
of the finance committee, declares
that tho Imperial Shrine meeting is an
event in which the whole southwest is
interested and i3 gratified with the
preparations now beinp made by the
temples of Oklahoma and Texas for
the entertainment of the visitors. It
is his opinion that every thoughtful
resident of the southwest recognizes
in ihe Imperial Shrine as the greatest
opiort unity in history for advertising
the development and resources and
n rsRic Titr 11 sin
BEAUTIFUL-25 CENT "DANDERINE"
In a Few Moments Your Hair Looks Soft, Fluffy, Lustrous
and Abundant No Fa!l:ng Hair or Dandruff
Surely try a 'Danderine Hair
Cleanse" if you wish to immediately
double the beauty c,f your hair. Just
moisten a cloth with Danderine and
draw it carefully through your hair,
taking one small strand at a time, this
will cleanse the hair of dust, dirt or
any exce;-sive oil in a few moments
! you will be amazed. Your hair will
be wavy, fluffy and abundant and pos
sess an incomparable !-oft"ess. lustre
and luxuriance, the beauty and shun-
j mer of true hair health.
Kf sides beautifying the hair, one ap-
' plication of Danderine dissohe every
I particle of Dandruff; cleanses, puri-
slight (klicit in the accounts for tin-
year. Tile school has a large num
ber o! pupils and the work is on a
higher ur;ule than ever before.
j The improvements about
(grounds have been great. Mrs.
Baldwin erected a roomy playhouse
J for the girls on rainy days, which has
'added greatly to the resources of the
j institution. A new chimney, the ad
dition of a milk room, together v. it i
ja new approach to the building from
!the government road have all marie
a vast improvf ment in the property
! of the seminary as a whole .
i Kev. Mr. Bowdish is holding sp-e.-I
ial meetings for the girls of the sernb
I nary this year. Frciu time to tnn
I ether speakers are secured to give
special addresses to the sc'joc!. New
jhymn books were purchased through
the generosity of the Indies' Aid So
ld ety of tne Makawao church, so that
!the girls are becoming more pro
i ficient in the use of hymns. The
jmusica' department cf tie school is
very strong. The coming of Miss
Calvert, t!fe new house mother, is a
great blessing to the institution. She
looks after the welfare of the
j students, and has general over sight
,of the house as a whole.
At the meeting of the board of agri
culture and forestry yesterday, the
president reported that the department
of agriculture in Washingion had ap
pointed the territorial entomologist, E.
M. Ehrhorn, and his assistant, D. D.
Kuhns, to represent the federal gov
ernment here in the carrying out of
the new regulations for plant quaran
tine, copies of which iiave been re
ceived. Mr. Giffard also staed that
so well pleased was the federal bureau
of entcmclogy with the wori of the
local board, through its division of en
tomology, that it gave it fuii powers to
act in matters of plant quarantine, a
privilege accorded to few other quar
antine districts of the nation.
Through representations made by
the president to General Macomb, the
war department had forbidden the
bringing oi dogs here in transports.
Accordingly all the dogs belonging to
the troops just arrived came in on
the Lurline today.
Most of the. business done at the
meeting related to suggestions in di
visional reports, the rartons" Items
needing attention being referred to
appropriate committees. Mr. Rice
was appointed as substitute for Mr.
Waternou8e during the latter's absence
on the forestry committee, and Mr.
Dowsett on the entomology committee.
It was stated by the president that
Dr. Norgaard woulu pay another Visit
to Waipio, Hawaii, next week to fur
ther investigate the conditions inci
dent to the recent visitation of gland
In connection with an advertising
bill relative to a forest reserve trans
mitted by the attorney general, who
has no fund for the purpose, there
was an earnest discussion of the ne
cessity of obtaining an emergency
fund from the legislature.
With President W. M. Giffard there
were in attendance Commissioners A.
Waterhouse, J. M. Dowsett, H. M. von
Holt and Arthur H. Rice.
Terrible Conditions Prevail in Russian
Remarkable statements concerning
drunkenness among Russian school
children are made by H. M. Grove,
the British Consul, in his report on
the trade of the Moscow district. It
is admitted, he writes, that inebriety
is very rapidly increasing among the
school children in Russia in general
and in Moscow nd the Moscow prov
inces in particular. The Moscow
town council recently made an in
quiry into this subject, and it was
stated that if the adults who are ad
dicted to drink ?t had beeu ascertain
ed that ?'" per cent learned to drink
while still at school. Out of 18,134
school boys in the Moscow Province,
from ages of 8 to 13 years 12,152,
or 66 per cent, drink strong liquors,
and out of 10. 04 girls of the same
ages, 4,723. or 45 per cent, also drink.
future of their home states, attracting
as it will thousajids of the leading bus
iness and professional men of North
j fies and invigorates the scalp, forever
: stopping itching and falling hair.
' Danderine is to the hair what fresh
showers of rain and sunshine are to
! vegetation. It coes richt to the roots,
; invigorates and strengthens them. Its
I exhilarating, stimulating and life-producing
properties cause the hair to
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You can surely
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reci ipr.- have been
I though extra and
i p'-ns s a ions; sj-ne
in n Mkuro it
T. r r:tf- i.il T.-aMirer Conkiine. he d
(.1" the board -i equalization, who at
ire:-eii is -iigasf-J in working out the
tax rates on tiie arimi-; inlands, has
virtually cr in; leted bis figures for the
coiiiitie-j oi Lawaii and Kauai. These
sho.v that th" property tax rate on
Hawaii is to be ne reaped from
p r $!m. the rat" i:it vea: to $1 J3,
the sum o! $tt..oeo b-ing al.''d for
th yenr. as against only f:i'0. ))
u.-ed last year. Kauai will require
$1'4.U;..T7 mor.' than last year, asking
lor a total collection of $J1."..(h'm in
1 - I which will advanc li' lax rate
to $!.! pei $!i"t on tiiat Wand.
' 1 have I'ccu hero three week? and
1 like the country very much." said
Allen Kaiss, a S;ui Francisco capi
talist, met this morning at the Hank
oi Hawaii corner, amidst a bunch of
local Wall St i cetera. I
"Eveiything is ery beautiful and
these are all good fellows. They have'
given me such a hearty welcome that
l feel quite at home. Sugar stocks
are dov. n about as low as they will
go and all will be lovely before long.
I visited Olaa plantation and found
things hooking so well that I have
bought 20') shares of the slock." i
Mr. Raiss is a partner of Carl Raiss
& Co., members of the San Francisco
stock pnd bond exchange and among
the biggest stock broking firms of
that city. He will remain here until
the sailing of the Mongolia on the
28th inst., but he said this morning
he would surely be back here soon.
Asked if California would make a
fight in Washington against the re
moval of protection to the sugar in
dustry, Mr. Raiss said it undoubtedly
would, but for his part he did not
think that any radical cut would be
made in the sugar tariff.
CHlftEgE RICE PLANTER
Corporations owning sugar planta
tions and stock ranches' in Hamakua
dutrict have given timely relief to
Akaka, the Chinese rice planter who
recently lost all of his working animals-
excepting one by glanders. A
fund of $2490, with more to come ir
necessary, was lately deposited in
Bifchop's bank, having been contribut
ed by the corporations just referred to,
for the purpose of buying animals fjr
airaka to'aaWe film to take off his
c:op. The ftloney Is a loan to Akaka,
to be repaldf when he is able. Com
panies repreented by T. H. Davles &
Co.. F. A. Schaefer Co. and C. Brewer
& Co., together with the Parker Ranch
by A. W. Carter, truitee, were the con
(Continued from Page 1)
The suggestion by navy officials of
the need of three new ships sends
shivers down the back of Mr. Burnett,
who redoubles his effort at the very
thought of such an appropriation.
Mr. Burnett's antipathy to appro
priations for battleships is an echo of
the fight of last session, when ihe
Public Buildings Committee, of whi.vh
Mr. Burnett was acting chairman, and
the Naval Affairs Committee engaged
in a legislative duel for three month-.
The caucus declined to permit the
bringing in of A public buildings bill.
commonly known as the pork barrel,
and the Burnettites adopted the slo
gan: "You can't have battleships if we
can't have public buildings."
The Democrats of the House held
four caucuses and finally compromised
upon the insistence of the Semte. on
an appropriation for one new ship.
The Public Buildings Committee is
new drafting a $.1ft.00'i.OO0 pork barrel
bill, but Mr. Burnett and a number of
his colleagues have not forgiven the
House leaders for the partial defeat
ot last year. Partly in consequence
of the former struggle and also be
cause Mr. Burnett is opposed to the
customary authorization for two bat
tleships each year, the Alabama mem
ber has inaugurated a campaign to
prevent a battleship, appropriation
erring the present sesst6n.
The army remount depots hae beer,
depleted by the mounting of caval-y
ar.d other regiments returning iron;
the Philippines, and Secretary Stirn.on
baf asks Congress to make immediate
ly available S10i,m.,o of the $::2".:M"
estimated to be necessary for th pi: -clr.se
of horses for cavalry, artillery,
engineers, etc.. for the next fiscal
The N'aw Deio-tment lu-.s .uuio-in-.
ed that transatlantic steanilo't Iin- s
he agreed to nioe their tracks to
the southward in order to -ivo'd '' '
Ntss. the chance to heroine efTertiv"
J-nuary l.". The new traf-.s will
a- follows: Fastboun l. oss tT de
grees, west longitude, ir. ocra s
north latitude; west hound. ':os 7
vest longitude, in II degrees nor- -i
These crossings are on degree, o.
rbout sixtv mil's, to sou'h w ""d '
iosincs heretofore ufd at that time
of the year. The branch office at e"
York reports th" nf w tracks ar- dn"
to -"eommendatior. of the hy:''.v
gi; 1 hif office concprtKng tr.-.c'.'-
pefted by 1'ipt. .J.im'on of 'lie Ain- ii
r.n line steamship St. I.ouis.
It is expected that the t ro.-sing?
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We're the Doctors
IN THE MATTER OF
iRESS AND CAN TELL YOl'
WHAT YOl' SHOULD WEAR.
ARE A POSITIVE CURE
FOR THE SLOPPY APPEAR
A N C E P R O D F C E 1) B Y
SHIRTS THAT DO NOT KIT
THE STYL E C E N T E R
Fort and Merchant Streets
agreed upon, will remain in use until
August unless the ice conies down In
abnormal quantities. Passengers thu
v il; avoid much discomfort due to tho
am4 heavy seas farther north on the
tracks now in use.
The good business man will be quick
to fee the salient points of the Denio
Fire Alarm system and order its in
stallation in his store and rcsid3nce.
Its added protection will give them a
renewed feeling of security and satis
faction. The unsuccessful business man will
still sleep at trie switch and ugain
neglect the opportunity .-r-adveitise-ment.
HAWAIIAN LODiiE o. 21, F. & A. M.
There will be a special meeting Of
Hawaiian Lodge No. 21, F. and A. M.
at 3 o'clock this afternoon for the pur
pose of attending the funeral of our
late brother, Robert Montgomery.
Members of Honolulu Lodge No. 409,
Oceanic Lodge 371, and all sojourning
brethren are fraternally invited to at
tend. Per order W. M.
K. R. G. WALLACE,
1 1 Secretary.
I hereby give notice that I will not
be responsible for any debts contract
ed in my name without my written or
der. (Signed) W. L. WELSH,
ANNUAL MEETING OF STOCK
HOLDERS. The Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.
By order of the Board of Directors,
notice Is hereby given that the regular
annual meeting of the stockholders of
The Bank of Hawaii, Ltd., will be held
at the office of Castle t Cooke, Ltd..
in Honolulu, on Wednesday, the 22nd
day of January, 1913, at 9 o'clock a.
m., for the purpose of electing offic
ers and directors, and for the transac
tion of such other business as may be
properly brought before such meeting.
F. C. ATHERTON,
Honolulu, January 14, 1'J13.
IN TIIE CIRCUIT COURT OF TI 1 K
First Judicial Circuit, Territory of
Hawaii At Chambers In Probate.
In the matter of the estate of
Charles Kanuha Kapaealii, Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
The undersigned having been duly
appointed Executor of the estate
of Charles Kanuha Kapaealii. de
ceased, intestate, hereby gives notico
To all creditors of said deceased to
present their claims duly authenticat
ed and with proper vouchers, if any
exist, even if the claim is secured by
mortgage upon real estate, to him at
his office in the Customs Building.
Fort Streer. Honolulu, within six
(Hi months from the dat of the flr.-t
publication of this notice, said date
being January 15, 1913, or within six
1 til months from the date they fall
due, or the same will be forever bar
red. Honolulu. T. H.. January 15. 1913.
K. R. STACK ABLE.
Executor of the Estate of Charles
Kanuha Kapaealii, deceased.
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