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KVEN1N0 ntlLL-KTlN. HONOLULU. T. II., SATURDAY. FEB. 9, 1907.
Pacific Third Degree.
Rote Ctolx 7:30 p. in.
Lei Aloha Chapter FlcguUr.
All visiting members of lbs
order lire cordially lavltod Ui at
tend meeting of local lodfea.
HARMONY LODOE, No. I, I. O. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening at 7:10
In I. 0. O F. Hall, Fort trL
K. It. HIINDRY. Secretary.
C. A. SIMPSON. N. (1.
All visiting brothers Terr cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. J, K. f P.
Meets every Tuesday evening at
7:S0 o'clock In K. of K Hall, Kiuf
street. Vlsltlftg brother cordially In.
TltrS to attend.
a. s. wl'bbkr. c. c.
1". WALDRON, k. r. s.
OAHU LODQE. No. 1, K. tf P.
Meets everr Friday wenlng at
K. P. Hall, Kins street, at 7:30. Mem
bfri of Mystic Lodc, No. 2 Win. Me
Klnloy Lodge, No. 8, and visiting
wiuuicra cnroinuy invitea.
It. OOHLINd. C. 0.
A. 8. KKNWAY, K. It. B.
HONOLULU LODQC 611, . P. O. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. BIG, n. P. O. t'.,
"lll meet In their hall on Klnc near
Fort street every Friday utcnlnf,.
By order of the K. R,
HAItRY II. SIMPSON,
II. U. MUItHAY, K.R.
Wnu M'KINLEY llODQE No. I, K.tf P.
Met every Eaturdsy -enlc.i at
1:10 oMock In K. of P. Hall, King
a'.rtai. VIMtlng brothers cordially In
1.. H. WOLF, C. C.
K. A. JACOBSON, K. R. 8.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 0. E.
IfMta nn II.. i !nrt nn.l ilh WRnMUM
DAY eTenlncl of each month at 7:30
aeioeu in K. of P. Hall, King stre-L
Visiting Kaglea aro Intlied tr ai
BAM McKEAOOE. W.P.
H. T. MOORE. W. 8eij
HAWAIIAN TRIBE Ne. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meetii every second and fourth
FRIDAY of each month In I. O. o. I'.
Visiting brothers cordlall) luwi-,1
, , attend.
1'. V (K,i. sn 'm.i
A i: Mfltfin r . i.
OAMIEN COUNCIL No. 563, Y. M. I
Meeta every second and fourth Wed
nesday of. each month at Ban An.oulo
Hall. Visiting brothers cordially In
,vlted to attond.
F. W. WKED. Prea.
B. V- TODD. Secy.
Don't Mdrt the New
Year wrong, merchant,
but Imvc your delivery wa
gon repalntid and repair
ed at once. We'll begin the
work right, end It right
and charge only what's
i viutcm Ol. TEU MAIN 17.
P. O BOX 193.
C. W. ZEIOLErj.... Manager
manufactured from pure distilled we
tar. Delivered to any part of city by
. courteous driver.
OAHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone Btn 3151,
, Home-Made Bread
The Kind You Like.
a No Other Competes,
PHONE MAIN 197.
KitiK -hH Pi thclSts.
That is wlint people
want today. ELAS
TIC CARBON TAINT
is fire proof, weather
proof, acid proof. We
guarantee that it
will Inst on a toof at
least five years.
177 S. KINO ST.
Prom Our RMotidn
In Porclsn Unda
speak louder than let
ters about the charac
ter and customs of the
country. We have 20
new pictures in beauti
ful colors which your
friends arc witting to
put in their souvenir
" Everything Photographic "
See Our Fine Quality
1 120 Nuuanu street, near Hotel.
W.W. Wright Co.
have opened a norieahot
Ing department In connec
tion with their carriage
(hop, etc. Having iofcur
ed the services ot a first
diss sheer they are pre-
fared to do all work In
rutted to them In a first
clan manner, :: :: :: ::
K. FUJITA & CO.
CONTRACTORS, BUILDERB AND
Bamboo Furniture Mads To Order,
NUUANU ST. COR. KUKUI.
LOCAL AND OKNERAL
Bulletin Want ads. cost
little but they nre not
cheap, nor is the Rood they
do ever dear.
s- : -j.
Tall) lion, livery, nutoit. Bthyda. SlhM.
Ileut cup of corfro in tho illy. New
Knee curtains at great reductions
at Uloin's beginning Monday morn
Inc. Where do you buy your wood and .
roal? The Pacific Trnnnfer Co. have
both for Bale.
William McKlnley Lodge. K. of P..
mrits this evening In Harmony Hall
for regular business.
Benny & Co. have u few nccond-hand
niarhliieH In good condition for rale.
l"6fJ Fort 81. Phone Main ISS.
New millinery per S. S. Alameda
nl Miss Power's millinery parlora,
l!o3tou building. Fort street.
Rainier beer appeals to the fastid
ious Honolulaii because It excels In
quality any other beer sold In thlt
market. " .-j
Cyphers nntl-fly pest prevint
ringed Injects of all kinds from ;m
noylng cattle and honrs. Bold by I'.
0. Hall & Bon. Ltd.
WalUlkl Inn Is now owned by W. ('.
llergln. Acrommoilations, Ftipplle
and atlemlaiiee absolutely first "-laus
Finest bathing on the bparh.
You will tlnil a licaiillful line of
children's huts and raps, all fresh and
now, at Uiiltncy & Mniah'ii. They
come In Dutch and other styles.
When tho wentlirr Is hot "Arable"
will cool our Iron roof. When tho
weather Is wcl "Amble" n ill prevent
rust. California Feed Co., agents.
N. Fcrnnnde-s, ncnary public, typo
writer, etc.. has if moved his ofllee to
No. tilt Kaahiinianu street, opposite
the ofllee of Thco. II. Davles & Co.,
"Arabic" applied to Iron roofs, re- j
duces temperature as much as IT, i. i
greea. This has been ascertained by
aqlual test. California Feed Co.,
I,el Aloha Chapter No. .1, Order of.
F.astcm Btar. meets this overling at '
7:30 o'clock. Vli.ltlng Klstera audi
brothers arc cordially Invited to at
(.'. tj. Yec Hop &. Co. will be closed.
ruesd.iy, Feb. li, Chinese New
Year's. Patrons are reiuc3tcd to
placo nil orders on Monday and thoy
will be delivered the b.iiiio afternoon.
Ileautlfiil Filipino mats In robin;
Manila spoons and Ha moan lappa
cloths; souvenir postals. Hawaii A
South Bcas Curio Co.. Alexundor
Young building, ll.imlioo baskets to
So many of us have had the luovnk
tng experience of buying a bhoo whleli,
lifter a little wear, either wears out or
gets so uncomfortable we emit wear II
that we will be glad lo hear of "Our
Nob" sold for $l..'iil by The Manufac
turers' Shoe Co.'
Low prleeii at the New England Ilak
cry. The funeral tcrvlccs of tho lulu
Mrn. Lucy ICoko.i Hums will be held
ut the undertaking pnrlois of II. II
Williams tomorrow, Feb. 10, unit nil
the members nr the Hul Hoolewa Alo
ha Lahul arc requested to assemble al
o'clock p. in.
The Catholic Church of St. John
tho Baptist, Kallhlwucna. In charge
of Hcv. Father Clement. Tomorrow,
Feb. 10th, (HO daya before Easter
Sunday): S-30 a. m., high mass, ser
mon, collection, Sunday Gchool; 1 p.
Colonel McCarthy of tho Criterion
raloon is very emphatic In the stund
bo has taken that clubs which dis
pense liquors over a bar shall pay the
ramn license as saloons. If tho rluhi
hao but n sideboard let them bo In
the same ehtbs as restaurants.
IJollcatcsbcn such as ihio olives.
pin-money pickles, roast pigeons,
chicken tnmalc3 and nllwa KtuhVJ
with anchovies. And for the grlppo
try our 'lomatus-a sum cure, antl
bilious and Invigorating. Lewis
Co., Ltd., tho IJcllcnlcsHcn Emporium,
1611 King street. Telephone Main 210
Christian Chinch, corner Alakeu and
King streets Junior C. E., 9 a. in.;
Senior C. K.. 0:30 ii. in.: lllble school.
9:15 u. in.; iireachlng, 11 a. m sulijcel,
"Tho Ministry of Sorrow." In (ho
evening the congregation will Join In
. union mass meeting at Central Union
Oiurch, where Dr. Howard Acnew
Johnston will cpeak. O. D. Edwards,
Central Union Church, Rev. J. Wal
ter Sylvester, D, D pastor. Tho Rev,
Howard Agncw Johnston. D. D will
preach at 11 a. in, and 7:3rt p. in.
Morning subject, "Tho Word-Mado
Flesh." Evening subject ,"A flcnonil
Survey of Christian Missions." Tim
evening service will ho the first of ,i
fccrles of union meetings of tho Meth
odlst, Christian and Central Union
'ongrcgatloiiB, Following Is tho inn
9l!dl program: Mnrnlne anthem by
the choir, "Pralso Clod In His Holl
nesa" (by a. Tours); Offertory nolo
by Miss. Drucllla Marks, "O Loving
Father" (by Dol Itlego). Evening!
Anthem by the choir, "Saviour, When'
Night Involves tho Sky" (by H. It.
Bhelloy); Olfrrtory solo by Mr. Fred
erick Kastlhfcs, "Faith" (by Q. W.
Chadwlek), The public Is cordially
has always been our of our chief
nims. Lowering Hie price by lower
inir the quality, and substilulinir, is
hot our policy. The ml in quality is
alwavs prcatcr than thr cut in price,
nnd the spectacle wrnrrr ii the loser.
There's mental satisfaction for you
in Iu'rIi qunlity of our poods,
A. N. SANFORD,
BOSTON BUILDIN0, FORT STREET ,
uver may cc i.o.
HAWAIIAN HATS, FEATHER LE1S,
, TAPAS, FANS, DEEP SEA, CORAL.
Wc Make a Specialty of the
Hawniian Souvenir Goods.
Fine Engraving Promptly Done.
'i .X X M X M X V K X X 3C X X X X X
" CORRECTINfl THE FLOW 'C
it X X X X K X X . X X X. X W X
Kdltor livening Ilillletlti The gen-
cial Impression prrv.ills that one or
" ':; "!H, """I T.HlZ'T.t
Hon or the' Kona DIMrlst.
Ibis is ipiite cnoiieous. as ako Is
tho sketch by Mr. W llayiieldeii. whleli
appeared In (he January itllh Issue of
tho Weekly Hiilktlii. All tho (lows
weir in Mill, the one rarlhest ninth
enisslng the govt riiiuent road some six
or se.cn miles limn dm Koiia-K.iui
I may at the same time mention (bat
i lie How nearer! Koua did not ji.ihs
thioiigh .my forei.t land or value.
Dining I lie past few days, some slight
idliicks have been lelt in tills locality,
but I do not notice any signs ol u
KlilC II. KDWAUDS.
Papa Ranch, lloopulon, P. O., S.
It'oua, Hawaii, Feb. Int. 1907.
(Continued Horn Page 1)
era will add a loueh of color. The
arrangements for thhi affair, which
lb regarded as one of iullnlto possibil
ities, have been pluicd in the hands
of Jamie Wilder.
T. Cllve Davles Is to be requested
to arrange tor a visit of the excur
sionists lo the Iron works, of which
Institution the city Is Justly proud.
A business men's luncheon Is an
other Important feature of the pro
Gram, Thin will be tendered to tlioso
men or I he paity who aro members
ot the- lia An ge lea Chamber or Com
merce or nftltlatril organizations, by
tho members; of the local Chamber of
Commerce and Merchants' Associa
tion, and will probably take plaee al
the Voting Hotel. M. Phillips and
Alex. (J.irvle will bo In charge,
F. S, Dodge was appointed a com
mittee of one to arrango for a spe
cial afternoon ut t lie Bishop Museum
An effort will be iiiadn to give a re
ception to the ladles ot tho party -it
one ol tho city's private homes.
It was also pinpnsed that thn com
inltteo meet tho Ohio off tho harbor
with lots and Mowers with which to
decorate thn visitors,
13. II.. Paris. It. W. Swingle and W.
V. Ilnrrl3 wero appointed an a Huaiiro
committee. It is tho idea to collect
tho necessary fumlo by popular sub-
Fcrlptlnn. These will, however, not
ho spent on the regatta, for which a
fund has already been collected, or
for tho luncheon, which will bo paid
for by tho business men, Tho mem
bers present at Hid meeting this
morning each contributed $r, form
ing a nest-egg of $lfi to start with.
GREAT REVIVAL MEETINGS
Tho Salvation Army will Institute
a great slcgn which will laBt from
Feb. 10 (o March 10, Great revival
meetings will ho hold lu tho Salva
tion Army hall, corner King street
and Nuuanu avenue. Every evening
will bo devoted to revivals except
Wednesday evening of oach week.
The public Is cordially Invited to at
TJiAT IS WHAT YOU
in your library. And we
have it for you. Make your
liabrary twice ns pood as it
is now by cnllinR at W, C.
Lyon Co., nnd examining
their beautiful editions of
(loctlic nnd Schiller. Wc
have on hand the finest edi
tions published in English.
Yon know what that means.
Cash or installments.
Win. C. Lyon Co,, Lid,
Hotel Street opposite Union.
Th w"k,y Edl,l" ' e Evening
Bulletin &!ve. a complete summary of
""- hhw nt yi ov.
J 064 Fort St.
Hotel Baths Bowiing
:-,f..rJ, H I7U
Saturday fc.VC 1-Cb.
NEW - TO-DAY
LEADIN6 HAT CLEANERS
0"d workmanship guaranteed
Hats called for and delivered.
1164 Fort St. opp. Convent.
Phone Main 403
Tclix Turro Pron Alf flnmtn Mr
, --.--, ..B-.
THE SALVATION ARMY
Hall, coiner of King street and
"Free and Many" tonight at S
Tonioiiow. "Revival S lay," will
be the first day, or Hie great Slcgn of
1007. ami there will be a Knee-drill
at 7 a. in. Holiness meetlni: nl 11
ii. in Sunday school and lllliln class
at 3 p. in. V. p. L. meeting nt fi p. in.
(Heat Salvation Rally at K p. in, Tho
brass band will play, and there will
be plenty of good music and singing.
Monday evening will be ror Sol
diers, Recruits and Converts. Tues
day evening Hie jinting people will
have charge of tho meeting. Thurs
day evening will be "Backsldlders
Hireling," and Friday evening will bo
holiness meeting, with n half night
of prajer after tho regular meeting
All the above meetings eommenco
at S o'clock. A the Japanese Out
post, 158 N. Berelanla avenue, thero
will be. meetings every Tuesday,
Thursday ami Saturday evenings,
(ommeuclng al 7 o'clock, and school
every Wednesday and Friday at 11:30
p. in. Sunday school every Sunday
morning at !:.'lo o'clock.
Sunday school on School street,
near Llllha, every Sunday afternoon
Adjutant and Mrs. Bainbcrry In
clinrgo, assisted by Captain Arm
HtrniiKVnnl Lieutenant Long.
In tho hopo or stemming the rapidly
increasing number or suicides, dcneral
lloolh has opened an nntl-stilcldn bu
reau, where syrtipathetlo mid sensible
advlco will be given tj despalilng per
sons. Spring and
or the latest pattern and novelty," 'lcmnd right within our Torrllory
wero received by us ex Alameda. '"'t "PPlleil, It would seem tho gov
Remarkable and tasty colorlnn ef. 'i""iciit could Inexpensively set an ox-
feels characterlie the line.
You'll fall to pet the Intern Myle
ir you nenlect choosing from this ex.'lE
cepnonai tnowinn. '
You are Invllctl to look at the noodi.
Wo asturo you BallBfactlon In price
W. W. Ahana & Co.,
82 King 8t.
PHONE BLUE 2741. p. O. Box 98(
Tells Of Kapiolani Girls
Home And One
President Plnkhnm of the Board of
Health has prepared a pamphlet on tint
Kapiolani dirts' Homo and the pro-
ipoted Bojo' Home, whlrh has Just been
published and which m submitted h)
Mr. Plnkham to the Hoard nl the meet
ing held this afternoon
Besides the Interesting account of
(he girls' home and an outline of what
Is pio)H);cd In legsrd lo the boys'
home which It is (imposed lo build at
vValmca, theio arc a number of pho
tographic illustrations of the glrU'
President Plnkhaiu's rcort Is In
Uiost part as follows:
Honolulu. January 30, t'.'OT.
To the .Members of thu Board of
It Is to be moot sincerely hoped that
Hie coming Legislature, nnd all cue
i ceding legislature will make the
I It lea of appropriations for the (Mils
Mid lloyn' Homes read:
Kapiolani Clrts' Home Pay Roll;
Hoys' Home Pay Hull;
HupiKirt of Kapiolani dlrls' Home;
HiipiKirt of Boys' Home;
nnd forever discard the title or "Non
leprous Female (or Male) Children or
Leprous Parents." I very miirh doubt
it II Is fair (o place such a stigma, as
Is at presen1 thu case, or. these chil
dren of leprous parents.
We have now had an experience or
twenly-sno yearn ami three months
with girls nt thn Kapiolani dlrls'
Home, and of ouo hundred and five re
ceived, but six have been returned to
It Is more than probable hail lhee
six been promptly tnkeu from their
parenls after blith and been brought
up In a nursery until old enough to bnje. ,. Denny. Mrs. C. L. Denny. A.
transferred to the Kapiolani dlrls C. Dcnnv. U. Mrl.:.rrn. n llnii? A
Home, most of Ihem would not hnvo
developed the disejse.
Ol '" ",er ,llil1' ln ,,,r '.f'ltHif. no
9lr.hnnc. - s lay be loken, wrl.Hvc nur-
I chased the inatcrialii and are nhoilf. li
erect u most complete and up-o-lato
l.td-tn,... .. t.-..l ,...'... .... '
" " iuiuiitili,i, .iiuit,a,n, wiiere
I.I nil l...l.t.. , ,.. .,. ....
,i, , iMincn iiuiii in mo euicineri
will be immediately cared fi.r. Tils
was undertaken with tht. appicval ,or
' ""'- !'t 8otiltm,i.
I 'f Kl rls now at tho Kapiolani
I J'1"8 1,("" "I'l'car very bealt'iv and
! 1'aI'I1' '", ""el". If not morn so. than
','lll;' lint ltn Is n mfirvey 'of wlnl
can no done with a Utile money, and
what glils themselves may accomplish
when willing to work.
1 see no hnpplei fines anywhere (ban
those lu (his Home.
At present tho place shelters thro
Sisters lu charge, forty-live girls and
HOMi: FOR NON-LKPROtJS MAI.K
CHILDRKN OF LKPROIIS PAR
KNT8. The Legislature, session of inns, up.
proprlatcd the sum or S6.000 with which
to establish such a Homo und 13000
per year ror us support.
Neither sum was snfllclent to esluli
llsh the Home or maintain tho flftv.
six boyn designated, or whom Ihlriv.
two are tinder six years of age. Tlicpo
very young boys require motherly at-
lyiuon, which can only bo secured bv
consecration, rather than bv hire.
Agriculture is the mainstay of lh-
iiaaiia.-i island., and so rar as Ha
waiian boya ran bo Induced to accent
agriculture, believe they should be
urged io ito to.
Certain clusbea of ngilcultiire, fnlscly
represented as profitable occupations
lor Independent Individual farmers, are
lapldly being absorbed by great orgau
Iratlons.or capital and labor reduced In
Oriental standards. Hueli u tendency
is. depressing and discouraging to In
dividual cirort and Independence.
Dairy running, with allied products.
Is onn of the greatest, possibly the
greatest, support or the American
larincr. This occupation requires (ho
care or animals or which the Hawaiian
Is fond, hence with uroncr tralnlne it
might bo an ugrecablo occupation for
incni. Dairy products nro In demand
in tills lerrltory, hut nowhero is tho
biisluyss properly orcanlzed to meet
tho demand. The only remaining area
oi government lauds canahln or sun-
IKirtlng a eomniunlly or dairy farmers
are mo lands or Piiukapii, Kohnla, Ka
moku und Nlcnle, Haniiikua, and pos
sibly other lauds extending toward the
coullieast. A milk producing commun
ity Is necessary to employ a first elas3
creamery, Ice nnd cold storage plant,
minimi which a market standnrH ror
butter and chceso cannot ho secured.
Here in mi area or suitable land that
could support qulto a population, nun
nmple, that would causo tho utilization
'. '' l"" for our own people. ltLr
not necessary to dlccucs tho oubject'
'" iciiRtn in tins meniorandtiiu, Hub-
jeet to your advlco and correction 1
would suggest tho following plan for
tlin establishment ol tho "Homo (or
Non-Leprous Mnle- Children or U-p-win
That n branch ot the Home, for tho
toys under nine years of age, be es
tablished In Kttllhl Valley, O.-ihu, on
urounds owned or to bo ncqtilred nonr
Saturday, February 9.
' Btiur. Ilelenc, Nelson, from Ahuklnl.
J 4 a. in., with 000 bags sugar.
I Stmr. Klnau, Freeman, from Hllu
snd way ports, ll:nt a. m.
Friday, February 8.
Stmr. J. A. Cummins. Searlc, from
Koolau lagoon ports, noon.
firlir. Concord, from llllo, 12:30 p, in.
Friday, February R.
Stmr. Claudlne, Parker, ror Maul and
Hawaii ports, 5:10 p. m.
Stmr. Nllhau, Townscnd, for .Kolon
and Klccle, 1:30 p. in.
M. N. 8. S. Knlerprlte. .YuiuiRien. for
llllo, lil:lo a. in.
Arrived, Feb. S. A.-ll. . 8. Cnlt
lonitaii, Swcetser, from Honolulu.
Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Hcnrle. for I'u
uloa, may sail.
Stmr. V. O. Hall. S. .Thompson, fioni
Knual ports, early In morning.
Stmr. Iwalanl, Pillz, from Molokal,
Maul and l-inal polls, early In inoiri
Iiir. S, S. Moana, (llbb, fiom Victoila and
: X M X it. X X K X X l; M M K 311 W X
If. PASSENGERS V
X Arrived X
ft X XXX X X Ji X X X X K f' ri, X X'
Per h(mr. Klnau, Freeman, from
llllo and Hawaii ports, 1 1 : o.r, a. m.,
Feb. in. ludgo S. II. Dole. It. P.
Llllle, T. "Woirr. Miss A. Wctherl-.
Hon. J. Welloanaull. Rev. J. W. 7ad
man, Rev. C. II. Mln Itev. II. A.
Johnston, ('. J. Selioelilug, Itoherl
Fraser, J. Seiillef, Mr. Kelllsakn, Mrs.
1). McLaren, Mrs. A. T. Anderwin.
Mrs. 8. C. Pearson, Mrs. J. Horner.
('. if. Ilelllna, Miss May Ormeiod,
P. Cocketl, J. W. Marshall. Ileniy
Whltoff. Mrs. Yamnta. A. It. (Surrey.
Dr. V. A. Norgaard. Miss Pean-on.
Mnertlef. C. M. Williams. W. A.
Sexton, Mrs. L, R. Brown, Mrs. Mc
dugcrs, J, A. MagiMin, Mrs. J. A.
Mngnon, K. P. liw, Mrs. II. P, l-ow,
A. F. Jiidd. Mrs. Wilhclm Orth. II.
Clbcrwin. J. 8. Clark. C. K. Nnlley.
- i v
L. Tenny, T. 8 Kay. N. Take, 8.
M. Kanakanul, J. II. Wise. K. Ilon
go. W. Untile. Henry P. Beckley. Mrs.
J. Weloanaull, BJaster J. Weloapaull.
Heaven will probably make . some
people so dizzy Hint they will vnut to
Kmpernr William spends hair a mil
lion a year In traveling around his
the proved orphanage lu Hint valley,
where lhe are lo remain under Ihn
charge of Hie above mentioned 8lstcrn,
until tho stipulated age and then lo b)
That a largo area of land bo set
aside near Walmea, Hawaii, within
the lands called Punkapii, and theieou
be established a Home wherein a good
plain common school education Khali
lie tnught nnd such manual training at
would mnkoli handy man for home lu
rjulrementH. That agricultural labor and occupa
tion bo taught and prfcirrnrd In an In
(.re.iFlng degree as 1he'bos'inaturc In
strength nnd years.
That the rare ot dcmostlc animals
be taught and their prolltablo utiliza
tion bo demonstrated.
That on reaching mature strength
each youth be required to take n cer
tain p'rurticnl area of ground, cultivate
it. care lor tlio llvo stock upon It and
conduct It us H It were his own and
his tolo means ot livelihood and profit,
until the habit or work Is firmly llxed
and successful results regularly as-
The government having uhsiiiiicI
parental aullioilly will then have ills-
barged lis mil duty, at possibly small
cost lo Itself
Other details and variations need not
now bo discussed,
I hnve gone rar enough In IIii-mi sug
gestions Mr the Hoard to approve, ills-
upprovo or criticize, and ror others
wlio may bo inleresled, and the ox
tcutlvo and legislative authorities. In
express themselves, should they reel
I K. PINKIIAM,
President. Board of Health.
The Remedy for Smokers of Poor
Cigars ( tho
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incrii; oi moil pleasing aronu
nevoid or ranknen.
Try the DOCTOR and you will get
a cigar of high quality for Oc.
COR. HOTEL AND FORT 6TREI