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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. If,, THURSDAY, TEn. 20, 100S.
Our Own Creations
will be on display
IHURSDAY, FEB. 20, 1908
and following days
N. S. SACHS'
Drv Goods Co.. Ltd.
ML "r3rg?rr '""'' jgy,.
loyne Furniture Co., Ltd.
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The drink for the people who enjoy something a little bet
ter than the ordinary aerated waters can be had only from.
CONSOLIDATED SOD WORKS CO., LTD. ,
TELEPHONE 71. 0. 8. LEITHEAD, MaftAge?.
Lots of People
are "getting along" with poor lights because they think they are
being economical. They just dqn't know that Electric light is
not much more expensive than the coal oil lamp. And they judge
of the price by the superior merits of Eleotricity.
Wc should like to see some of these people; we would submit
a few facts and figures that would surprise them.
ONE fact is this the only good light for evening use is
Hawaiian Eleotric Co., Ltd.,
Office, KING ST. near AIAKEA. PHONE 390.
ihoroughbred Registered Jersey Bulls
The pure-bred Jersey Bulls. Ojibway of Y. B A. J. C. C. No. 00247.
rand Quenon lad, 2nd A. J. C. 0 No. 02304, at service at ? 10.
tei- 890 The Pond Dairy
Year's Work Discussed
By Civic Federation
At tlie annual mci-llng of tho Civic
Federation, wlilih was hchl yesterday
afternoon, a great many public mat
ters which hail been taken up by that
body during the pun jear, were dis
cussed In the reports handed In by tho
various committees which had had
charge of the same.
Tho election of flvo meinbcrs of the
i:ccutlvo Committee, to fill tho va
cancies caused by the expiration of
tho terms of C. II. DlcUcy, V. U. Mi-Stocla-r,
Dr. Scuddcr, I). U yithlii(!
ton nnd Kamaioplll, resulted In the
reelection of C. II. Dickey and l)r
Scudder and tho cholic of C. It. Olson,
Theodoro Illchnrds and Uobblns R
1'rcsldcnt 'IrlflHIis In his report re
lerred to the work done by the execu
tive committee In tho following terms:
"It has tried to take a practical view
of our problems and, while holding c
high Ideal, has not let the failure tc
attain this Idcn stand In tho wny of
accepting nnd profiting by tho best
obtainable results, It realizes that II
has not adequately covered the Held.
Its excuse Is In Its limited resources
In men and money. Its policy has
been rather to tako up tho presslnt
needs anil to glvo to tho mas mud.
f-tmly nnd energy as tho limited time,
snatched from business nnd scanty
leisure, would nllow. It rejoices that,
there aro other men nnd other organl
zatlons doing work In tho tamp lick
along the Fame or parallel lines."
Tho sub-commltteo on Education,
Charities and Public Health covered
many subjects In Its report, parts of
"Wo liavo been studying tho tene
menls In the congested part of the cltj
with refcrenco to fire-escapes, open
Ings, stairs, lavatories and other con
venlcnccs. "j have found much tc
criticize, nnd -linvo made complaints
In almost all Instances vi liavo re
ceived cooperation from the owners
itid the condition of tho tenements h
materially better than n year ago.
However, only a beginning has been
"An attempt hns been mado to se
jure tanil piles for tho use of children
3omd have been secured, but this need
Is only partially met.
"Wo urgo a "multiplication of the
ihlldrcii's playground, believing Hint
the greatest prcvcntlvo of crime is In
providing open-air facilities for ilill
Jren. Compared to what many other
cities have done, Honolulu has much
"Our attention was called during thf
jumme; that child labor was not prop
erly regulated. Attention was called
to different employers, nnd requests
mailo that abuses bo corrected. The
-ommlttco hopo that tho coming Leg
iBlaturo will consider favorably a law
for the proper supervision of child
labor, particularly, for shortening the
hours, nnd In somo cases prohibit la
bo r nt night, and regulate the pay, etc
"Tho committee bcllovo'that children
ought not to bo detained with harden
ad criminals, and wo liavo recommend
ud that new places of detention bo pro
vldcd. This matter Is still pending.
"Wo havo had Bomo correspondence
oncernlng tho application of tho l'urc
Food Law to certain cereals nn tho
nnrket In Honolulu.
"Wo have called frequent nttcntlon
of tho authorities to tho condition ot
3trenms, gutters nnd stagnant pools,
particularly, thoso In nnd around Pa
lama. Increased attention had been
made to tho cleansing of tho streets,
ao that their condition Is much better
thnn a yenr ngo.
I'Tho commlttco recommend that
measures be taken to stop tho exces
jlvo noise, particularly at night, at the
tlmo of our public holidays."
Tho Commlttco on lglblatlon niul
Sllsh celery, plm-olas, nnd salted al
monds would dcscrlbo this portion ot
Then came tho prlzo wonder of tho
score card. "Humuhumunukunukua
knknpuaa, Nalakan o Manoa," much
harder to pronounce than to cat, It
proving to bo a delicately prepared
little sea fish ubout two Inches long.
With It was served some nice "Lolo
kaa," merely potatoes a laduchcsso.
?weotbrends were served under the
illas of "Wul Hul Hnleaknln," and
tho llttlo French peas that trailed
nlong with this courso bad to pass hb
Mann Punua." Tho punch was
;alled "Huluhulii. Hllo;" tho squab
lote, "Palennpaawatahold,;" the sal
ad chlffonnde. "Walu Pnkn Pilau;"
tho Ice, "Kopa Kona, Loulsson;" tho
-heeso, "Paku onn i Kona," nnd tho
liny deml tasso masqueraded undor
tho heavy handicap ot "Konlaukonl
aulkawalokalamn." The speeches were ot Informnl
$12.50 House on Gulick Ave., 3
Bedrooms, near King St.
$12.00 Furnished Cottage at Manoa
Valley, 2 Bedrooms, Ideal
Country Home; adjoining
character. Ucprcscutntto Davidson
ot Wisconsin opened this part of the
program, Introducing Bonntor Piles,
who spoke on behalf of tho hosts
Prince Kulanlaiinolo responded, and
Mr. Colo then took chnrgo ot the
specchmnklng, which was all im
promptu nnd Jocular In nature
List of the Guests
Thoso present wcroi Prince and
Princess Kalnnlunnole, Mr. and Mis
Krnlicls M. Hatch, Mr. nnd Mrs (ten
II. McClellnn, Hon. nnd Mrs. S. II
Piles, Hon. K. I- Achcsiin, , Ml
Phocbo Acheson, Hon. I). S3. Alexan
der, Hon. Arthur L. Hates, Miss Kin
renco Hates, Hon. nnd Mrs. P P
Campbell, Hon. nnd Mrs. A. I! C.ip
inn, Hon. and Mrs. It. I). Cole. Hon
and Mrs. James P. Connor, Hon and
Mrs. J. It. Davidson, Hon. and Mi
J. J. Fitzgerald, Hon. nnd Mrs. Jo
seph V. Graff, Hon. and Mrs. K 1,
Hamilton, Hon, nnd Mrs. W. P lli-i-hurn,
Hon. and Mrs. 13. W. Illgglns,
Hon. and Mrs. W. L. Jones, Hon. .1
W. Kclfer. Hon. nnd Mrs. (1. I, 1.11
ley, Hon. nnd Mrs. C. E. Llttlcfleld.
Miss Cnrrlo l.tttlcllcld, Hon. Charles
McGavIn, Miss Chapman, Hon. and
Mis. James McKlnncy, Hon. and
Mrs. J. C. Needhnm, Hon. nnd Mrs
Rcorgo W. Norrls, Hon. nnd Mrs
K. C. Stevens, Hon. J. M. HeynohK
Miss Reynolds, Hon. K. Y. Webb.
Hon. nnd Mrs. W. W. Wilson, Mr
mid Mrs. II. (J. I.owry.
The Victim of Drink
Drink first destroys ambition;
breaks up tics of friendship; It kill
and buries love and eventually des
troys tho family life.
Bring cunningly destroys tho will
power, and while the drunkard wants
to do what you tell him, he wants a
thousand times more tho drink that
he craves. Medical treatment is nec
essary to destroy tho craving, nnd this
Orrlne will do.
It destroys tho deslro for liquor, so
that the drink will not.bo missed, also
cures the deranged digestion, weak
ened nerves and other III effects of ox
cesslvo drinking, restoring the patient
to perfect- health.
Tho remedy Is absolutely' harmless,
Is thoroughly sclrntlllc nnd Is so uni
formly successful that It Is sold with
a registered gunrantcu entitling you Ir
a refund of jour money If Orrluo fullf
to effect a euro. TreatUo on "How to
Curo Drunkenness," freo on request
In plain scaled wrapper. The Orrlne
Co., Washington, D. C.
Orrlno Is In two forms, No. 1 which
can bo given secretly without the
patient's knowledge; No. :, In pll
form for thoso who wish to bo cured
Tho price of cither is SI, mailed on
receipt ot prlco In plain sealed pack
nge, ami both aro sold under the
Orrlno is for snlo by Honolulu Drug
Dr. und Mrs. HumphrlH aro Ideal Ir
the parts of Lady MIcMcham and Mr
Carter In Dolly Dialogues and It U'
doubtful If a couple better adapted tr
tho roles could bo found and they nn
easo personified. And In this respect
their demeanor on the stngo la reflect
ed In every ono taking part in tin
play ot tho night. Dolly Dialogues, It
is to bo remembered, Is but a curtain
raiser, only ono of tho attractions tc
bo given at tho Opera Ilouso next
Tho Arabian Nights Is to bo tin
plcco that will bring out all of tho tal
c-nt In the League, for w Initio benelli
It Is to bo given. Miss Mcl.nlu lint
one ot tho best parts ho has essayed
liore, or rather bho renders the char
actcr of wlfo to tho lead, Major Pot
tcr, rather better than nnythlng she
has done. Miss Arlelgh la growing
stronger In her chnracter acting evcrj
day and she Is doing well with the
scenes she lias with Mr. Jordan at
Dobson. Miss Hell and Mr. Arnold arc
splendid, no ono will ask for anything
better than they will do at the per
formance und as for Warren as tin
spongy brothcr-lnlnw, he Is all but a
It Is customary to tout amateurs for
first places In anything they do, but
this Is not n tout, It Is the opinion ex
pressed by every ono who has been
privileged to attend rchenreals and
tho Iioubo should bo crowded because
tho play warrants It.
H' CEUBRATtn 0
fev .STOMACH -3
Keep a bottle of tho Hitters
handy If you would savo a lot
of suffering. When the Stom
ach, Lher or Kidneys arc tin
ablo to perform their work a
foff dosos will help wonderfully.
It never falls In cases ot Dys
pepsia, Indigestion, Costlveni,
Sour Stomach, Poor Appetite,
Liver or Kidney lilt or Malaria.
TO VISIT THE GREAT NATURAL
WONDER OF THE PACIFIC
Tho S. S. "Kliinu" will leavo Ho
nolulu on Tuesday, February 115th, nt
noon, at riving nt Hllo at two o'clock
p. m. nt tho next day, wbero tho par
ty will renin In until Thursday, af
fording nn opportunity to visit
"Hnliibow" Knlls nnd tho other
points ot Intciest In the neighbor
hood. Thursday morning nt scvon o'clock
tho party will leave by train for
Ulenwood, thence by stage, nine
miles, to the Volcano, arriving there
at eleven o'clock a. m.
Hero the paity will remain until
Sunday morning. Tho two nnd a
half ilayH will quickly pass In this
wonderland; among tho attractions
besides tho Volcano, nro "Kilauca
Ikl," tho seven craters, tho sulphur
banks, tho fcru und koa forests.
Sunday morning at seven o'clock
tho party will leave by stage to con
nect with tlvo S. S. "Maunn Loa,"
sailing from Honunpo nt noon. Tho
trip Is along tho coast, past
tho scenes of tho lava flows. The
steamer nnchors for tho night nt Ke
alakckun Hay, ut which point Cap
tain Cook was killed, ono yenr nfter
Ills discovery of tho Islands, nnd hero
a monument hns been erected to his
memory. Thoso wishing to enjoy u
beautiful carrlngo drlvo may lcavo
tho steamer nt Kentakekun and go
overland to Kailua, 20 miles dis
tant, and rejoin tho steamer nt that
point, tho cost per passenger being
12.50 extra for this drive. The
steamer leaves Kailua at noon Mon
day nnd nrrlvcs In Honolulu Tucs
day, March 3rd, nt daylight.
Tho round trip ticket Is J52.0O,
which covers every necessary oxpenso
of the trip to tho Volcano and re
turn, but docs not Includo tho cost of
horses or carriages for side trips In
Hllo nnd nt the Volcano.
Don't bo dissuaded from taking
this trip. It Is nn opportunity of n
lifetime. Comfortable transportation,
good hotels, and most plcturcsquo
Tor tickets and Information ro
gardlng tho excursion apply to
WATERHOUSE TRUST COMPANY,
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts.,
P. E. R. Strauch
74aS. King 8t.
Tho meeting of the icpreseutatlves
of tho Hawaiian Mahogany Company
to select from the offers of ships to
carry the ohla wood ties contracted
for by tho Santa Ko railroad company
has been postponed until Friday or
Saturday, ro that sumclent tlmo ma)
bn had "In which to properly btudj
LUDIN In this city. Feb 20. 10QS. to
Mr. nnd Mrs. Chas. P. I I.udln, n
Don't holler b:fore you're hurt.
You can always raise the wind by
selling your diamonds, watches or
1018 NUUANU NEAR KING
BETWEEN THE ACTS
Next to the Orpheum Theatre.
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order,
Picture Framing a Specialty.
503 S. BERETANIA ST
OF ALL THE
WITH AN ORDER.
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Cleaning Of All Kinds of Hats.
1028 NUUANU AVENUE.
Now better known than the
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per week you can get a fine
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Niilil by llntiniUl.
ItrtUUr IBUt Oil 'V-JlH,
are made in this shop with the same
amount of attention to detnil that is
given the art of trimming in main
MRS. DUNN'S SH6P,
King Street, Ewa of Fishmarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DESCRIPTION.
Employment Office supplies all Na
tionauties to plantations, contractor!
1G3 KING ST.
Silk Shirt Waists,
Everything from Japan
FORT NEXT THE CONVENT."
mid cloth of A-l quality can be pur
P. 0. Box 0C1. Telephone 031.
can be done very easily with your
apanese servant ty purcuasing an
tngnsn nnu Japanese uook .uook.
AT ALL B00KST0RE8.
LURCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon,
Hotel fit. near Fort. '
Jack Scully. Jack Roberts,
Sanitary Steam Laundry
Branch; TERRITORIAL MESSEN
GER SERVICE. PHONE 301
TSjrTHY NOT lot us have your bus
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82 MERCHANT ST.
At All Watchdealen.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KING Sts.. Honolulu.
For Expert Repairs on Bicycle, Mo
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J. B .Santos,
Dack of Peter'i,
PHONE 3S1. UNION ST.
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Sec Our Window
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in the city.
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Tel. Wldte 1C9G.
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BEAUTIFUL PICTURES AND
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PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO.,
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CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS, PAIN-
TERS, PAPER HANGERS and
Second Hand Lumber, Doors ud
Sashes Bought and Soli.
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