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title: 'The Hawaiian star. (Honolulu [Oahu]) 1893-1912, May 30, 1912, SECOND EDITION, SECOND SECTION, Page ELEVEN, Image 11',
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Nil. H.WVUIXX STAR. THl'RSDAY, MAY JD, 1112.
, Regal Shoes
ro mado on tho latest London, I'arls
ud Now York Custom LastB.
Regal Shoo Store
King and Bothol. King nnd Bothol
I Forcegrowth 1
I WILL DO IT. I
Milk forms a most important
item in the diotary of children
and the utmost caro should bo
exercised in providing an abso
lutely puro milk and yet a milk
rich in food value. It is such a
milk as this that we are furnish
lag our customers. Our cows
are In perfect health, they are
fed on rich alfalfa and every
caro is used to aasuro perfect
WONG WONG CO.
Guilders and Goniraciors
Office, Maunakea 8L
H itEinnAi a. owua nnu
g OTHER PIANOS. g
lfl Hotel Street Phono Sill.
Issue K. N. & K. Letters of
Credit and Traveler's Checks
available throughout the world.
Tho Books Everybody -Is Beading.
A. B. Arleigh & Co., Ltd.
Hotel near Fort.
REMARKABLE REDUCTIONS IN
ALL LINES OF HATS FOR MEN
NUUANU ST. NEAR HOTEL.
rewer & Co.
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
E. F. Bishop President
Geo, H, Robertson
W. W. North Treasurer
Richard Ivers Secretary
J. R. Gait Auditor
Geo. R. Carter Director
C. H, Cooko Director
R. A. Cooko Director
Oay and Night 8ervlc.
Si Ctpg iMt Bo, Ltd.
NH W, MRP. of Emit ana HoWl BU
Pan ka Hana
HAS NO RIVAL IN SOAP.
Y. WO 8INQ CO.
Groceries, Fruits, Vegetables, Ku.
Butter ISe lb.; Fresh Dried Fruit.
1186-1188 Nuuanu (Street
rclcphona 1034. Box II)
The Great Washing Soda, used for
Hospitals and tho Home.
Cheaper than Pearllne.
SANITARY 8TEAM LAUNDRY.
By Abadie's French Method.
777 King St. Telephone 1491
taking a policy of life insur
ance In any other company
ask to see the
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL
LIFE INSURANCE COM
PANY OF BOSTON, MASS.
and compare the many ad'
vantages It offers with those
of other companies.
Castle & Cooke,
ALSO KNOWN AS THE
THE LEADING CHINESB NEWS
PAPER IN HAWAII.
Tri-Weekly; Ten Pages.
The Paper for tho Chinese Trade.
Shipping and C
SUGAR FACTORS and GENERAL
Ewa Plantation Co.
Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
Kohala 8ugar Co.
Apokaa Sugar Mill Co.
Fulton Iron Works, of St Leuli
Babcock & Wilcox Boilers.
Green's Fuel Economizer.
Matson Navigation Co.
New England Mutual Life Insurance
Company, of Boston.
-.Aetna Insurance Co.
National Fire Insurance Co.
Citizen's Insurance Co. Hartforo
Fire Insurance Co.
The London Assurance Corporation.
KAY'S OLD KONA 601TI1B,
Beat In the MarkeL
HENRY MAY CO.
A man Inserted a "Classified Ad." In
The Star lately, received an answer
and closed the desired deal In lest
than one hour after the paper left the
office. Star "Classified" ads. bring
Castle & Cooks,
That Honolulu Bhoulrl derive mueb
boncDt, directly or Indlreollj, Hum
the new national commercial organi
sation organized In Washington n few
Weeks ngo nt tho Instance of Pres
ident Tnft, is the belief of many lo
cal business men. Situated as wo
do In the path of the rapidly grow
ing trade with the Orient, Hawaii's
position Is unique, niid should give
our representatives In the nntibnal
body a place of particular vantage.
Of course the new organization will
deal only in the broadest possible
way with matters which nre of gen
eral Interest, and probably the great
est of theso will have to do with for
The initial meeting of the organiza
tion was attended by some seven
hundred delegates, including repre
sentatives from both the Honolulu
Chamber of Commerce and the Mer
By recent malls reports of the meet
ing have been received here, indjeat
ing that the now association was
launched under most auspicious cir
cumstances. Articles of orgnilzii':oit
nnd resolutions were adopted, from
which tho following- particulars ate
Plan of Organization.
The name of the association is the
Chamber of Commerce of the Unlte.1
States of America.
Tho object of the association shall ,
be to provide a national clearing,
house for the development anj con
sideration of business opinion and to
secure united action upon questions
affecting the commercial Interests of
the United States. Only questions
of national importance shall bo con
Every commercial or manufctctur-,
era' association not organized for pri-.
vatc purposes shall be eligible for
constituent membership in tho cham
ber. Such association shall lie of
two classes: (11 Local or State com-
i .. i .r.. ,,i ,,. ,.....!..
tions. such Pi's bor.rds of trade or
chambers of commerce whose activi
ties are confined to a single State,
cily, or locality, and (21 State, inter
state, or national, commercial or
manufacturers' organizations whoso
membership is confined to one trad
or class of trades.
Associations having twenty-live
members shall be entitled to one dele
gate and one vote, and for each one
hundred additional members in ex
cess of fifty, one additional delegate
and ono vote, but no association shall
be entitled to more than ten delegates
and ten votes.
Each association shall pay annually
in advance dues or $25 for each dele
gate to which it is entitled. Mem
bers from cities of less than CO.000
population may bt admitted by vote
of tho board of directors upon tho
payment of such dues as the board
of directors shall fix.
There shall be .an advisory council
made up of one representative se
lected by each constituent member.
Tiiero shall be elected by tills con
ference a board of directors of 25 to
servo until the next meeting, which
board shall elect a president, three
vice presidents, and a treasurer.
Duties of Directors.
Among the duties of tho board of
directors are the following:
II shall provide permanent head
quarters In the city of Washington
and tho necessary clerical forco for
the transaction of tho business of the
It shall deslgnnte tho place of moft,
Hard coughs are bad enough, to
be sure. But It's often the lit
tle,,hacking, tickling, persistent
cough that means the most,
especially when there is a his
tory of weak lungs in the family.
What should be done? Ask your
doctor. He knows. Ask him
about the formula on the label
of every bottle of Ayer's Cherry
Pectoral. Ask him if this med
icine has his full approval for
throat and lung troubles. Then
do as he says.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral
rrmrri to Dr, J. C. Aur 4 C., I...U, Mm., U.S. A.
ORGANIZED IN WASHINGTON
lug of each annual convention nt
'oast 00 days In advance thoreof and
make tho necessary nrranccmontf
It may, by three-fourths vole of tho
total membership of the board of dt
lectors. call special conventions ot
the association, giving to all member
notice In writing at least CO davs in
It shnll prepare a program of sub
jects to bo discussed at each annual
or special convention, copies of whleb
rrogram shall be mailed tn enolj
delegate at loast CO days In ndvancp
of such convention. Each member
may from time to time submit to the
board of directors such questions for
discussion at the annual or special
conventions at it may deem deslrnblo.
During the Interim between con
ventions the board of directors shall
submit to tho members of the cham
ber such questions of national Im
portance as It may deem wise for con
sideration and action. Upon rereipt
of same it shall bo tho duty of tho
members to furnish, within CO days,
an expression of opinion upon snnw.
It shall publish from time to tlmo
verorts Indicating the results of tho
discussion of the various questions
which shall have been submitted to
Ihe members and distribute such re
) oris among tho members at such in
tervals as it shall deem wise and nec-
It shall also transmit these
to such public officers or
bodies as tho convention may order
or the board of directors may deem
It shall prepare such rules as may
bo necessary for the orderly conduct
and procedure of the national and
special conventions, which rules shnll
not conflict with the provisions of
these articles of association.
A central office has been establish
ed Iir Washington, and the develop
ment of the wo-k of the Chamber lof
Commerce of the United States of
America begins at once.
BIG MONEY III
There's no doubt money in poultry,
but it isn't everybody that is able
to get it out. That somo people are,
however, Is evident from the follow
ing taken from a report by Consul
Homer M. Hylngton, of liristol, Eng
land. "During 1911, a poultry raiser In
this district exported to tho United
States $13,430 worth of White Orping
ton poultry for breeding purposes.
Believing that American poultry
raisers would be interested In the
methods adopted by this poultry man,
I visited his farm. The stock gen
eraily consists of 000 birds, although
others are sent to neighboring farms,
which return any desirable ones
"Tho egg business is not consider
ed, the concentration being upon
nreeuing. Tiie poultry ground Is ar
ranged in tiie form of a hollow square
with the houses and runs extending
outward. About 1." fowls iiro kept In
each house with a reet.ingiilar run of
1! by 30 feet. The birds for theso
pons aro classified when about throe
months old in groups of in, the pul
lets nnd cockerels Ivlng kept sop'
arate, which rosults in their bettor
development. Onco the pens aro os
tabllsheil. If a cockerel Is taken out
for more than a day the others will
not lot him return and ho must there
aftor be kept separate.
"When tho birds havo attained
their growth, tho best ones aro se
lected and kept In smaller pons In
groups of three and four. For the
ordinary pullets exported to the Unit
ed States tho poultryman receives $5
to $10 and for tho ordinary cockerels
$10 to while tho specially select
ed pullets bring $25 and upward and
the specially selected cockerels, $G0,
$Hio and upward. Ho states that tho
English cllniato gives him an advan
tage over American breeders, in that
the Janunry, February and March
hatched birds comparo favorably with
tho American April. May and June
hatched birds. Tho breeder has tried
American hot-air Incubators, but with
j poor success, which ho attributes part'
ly to tho clfmato hero. Ho has had
i bettor luck with water-heated English
Incubators. However, with so largo
an establishment the proprietor has
I not tlmo to attend personally to tho
Incubators constantly, but must de
pend upon tho foreman for insults.
Tho hitter Is an old gamekeeper and
prejudiced In favor ot tho natural
process of hatching by hens, from
which the rosults aro most satisfactory."
You Can't Be Happy With a Headache
Probably morn pleasure Is spoiled because of hendachiM than from an
When your hoad aches It not only makes roil unhappy but It Is very apt
lo Interfere with tint pleasure of everyone l h round you. On oan't be ex
petted to bo vory cheerful and pleasant when one's bead Is simply splitting
And there Is no need of Buffering. Keep a box of
Stearns' Headache Wafers (Shac)
In the house when you are ut home carry It In your bag when you travel.
Thnt insures you against tho annoyance of headaches your own and other
Stearns' Headache Waiers are as pure as they look, and the snow-whit
wafers certainly Indicate purity In the highest degree. One dose cures, and
loaves your bond "clear as a bell."
it Is so much better than any other kind that your own interest domandi
that you Insist on STEARNS' the genuine.
HERE'S YOUR CHANCE. We have a few each
of a lot of different styles and sizes of the well known brands
of high grade pocket knives such as Worstenholm, Keen Kut
ter, etc., and you can get them for the next few days for much
less than the regular prices.
There will be a reduction of 20 per cent on some, and
25 per cent on others, and it is a chance to get a guaranteed
first-class knife for a low price.
This is to make room for a big shipment of pocket cutlery
that will soon come in. The sooner you come the more you
will have to pick from.
The best makes known, in perfect condition something
to cut with at a cut price.
Upholstery and Drapery Work
J. H0PP & CO., Ltd.
Firewood and Coal
Best Grades Always On Hand $
Concrete Brick Crushed
Rock and Sand
Hust ace -Peck Go.
THE ONLY ONE THAT MAY BE
INEXPENSIVE IS THAT MADE
ING A MAJORITY OF THE CRUSHED ROCK USED IN THE CON
STRUCTION OF THIS CLASS OF WORK.
Honolulu Construction & D raying Co., Ltd.
THE ONLY COMPLETE CAR
Started and Lighted
MODEL 405 Passenger, Fore Door Touring Car.
MODEL 41 4 Passenger Demi Tonneau.
MODEL 42 Roadster type all with the splendid new
en bloc motor, 4J4 in. bore, 5 in. stroke; 40 H.P.
MODEL 507 Passenger, Fore Door Touring Car.
MODEL 51 4 Passenger, Demi Tonneau.
MODEL 52 Roadster type all with the new "T" head
5 in. bore, 6 in. stroke motor; 50 H.P
You can Stop
falling hair and euro Rolling scalp it
you uso a little ot
PACIIECO'S DANDRUFF KILLER.
TbJs well known remedy Is effica
cious and immedlato relief follows the
first application. Directions on every
Sold by all Druggists and at
PACHECO'S BARBER SHOP.
Fine Job Printing, bj&r Offlco.
63 Queen Street
CONSIDERED PERMANENT AND!
OF CEMENT. WE ARE SUPPLY-I
Queen S tract. I
Demonstrator and Sellin
If You Wish To Adver
tise in Newspapers
Aarwktrt at Anytime CU on ot writ
E. C. Dafcc's Advertising
114 Sanaorao 8L, San Franc! ico.
Bridge and Beach Btovas tor Coal
Quick Meal Blue Flame Oil ttovM
Perfection Oil Stoves.
Giant Burnor Gnsollno Btoroo.
EMMELUTH CO., LTD.
All kinds Wrapping Papers and
Twines, Printing and Writing Papers.
AMERICAN - HAWAIIAN PAPER &
SUPPLY Cq., LTD.
Fort and Queen Sts., Honolulu.
Phono 1410. Geo. O. Guild, Gen. Mgr.
The kind thai ts NOT lye-peeled.
i. M. LEVY A CO., : Distributor
Dr. V. M1TAMURA
OFFICE HOURS: 9 TO 12 A. M.
20 Beretania Si.
Fort Street near Beretania.
Have an entire new lino of bats,
and trimmings just from the Eastern
Market Drop in and Bee them.
James L. Holt
Offers some flno lots near tb car
line at Palatp nt a bargain, also tfie
balmy sea-beah home of tho lato Ad
miral Heckley at Aqua Marine.
en of the. Fleet and Tourist.
The best place in Honolulu to bug
fado and Chlceia Jewolry of all kinds.
HOTEL AND 8MITH STREETS.
HONOLULU LODGE NO. (It,
B. P. O. ELKS.
Moots In their hall on King itrf
aear Tort, every Friday evening. Via
Iting Brothers are cordially invite to
A. E. MURPHY, E. R.
II. DUNSHEE, Sec'y.
HONOLULU LODGE, NO. tOfl,
L. O. O. M.
Will meet In Odd Fellows' Building,
Tort street, near King, every Friday,
evening at 7:30 p. m. Visiting broth,
era cordially invited to attend.
AMBROSE J. WIRTZ, Dictator.
13. A. JACOBSON, Secretary.
Plumbers and Sheet Metal Workara.
STOVES AND RANGES.
Phona 1067. Cor. King and Bishop St.
ATLAS ASSURANCE COMPANY OR
NEW YORK UNDERWRITERS
rue B. F. onilfigfiam company, Ltd.
General Agents for Hawaii.
Fourth Floor, Stangonwald Building.
Just received by tho S. S. Sierra
tho very latest In fancy tailored linen
suits also one piece linen drossos and
The Leading Disinfectant, Deodor
ant, Germicide, Inscctlcldo and Anti
septic for all purposos.
ABR. FERNANDEZ & SON.
Bowers' Merchant Patrol
And Confidential Agency
Reliable Watchmen Furnished.
Phona 10E1. P. O. Box 184.
Glty Headquarter. Club Stablea.
Cor. Kug and South Sts,
Successors to ;
W. W. WRIGHT & CO., LTD.
Kellogg & Dempsey
Auto, Motor and Carriage Repairing
4 NELSON B. LAN8ING, Distributor
IJD I emmelu & co- ltd-
A. GarUey.. Director