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nviiNiNO nui.MrriN, HONOLULU. T. 1I BATimiUY. MAU. 21, inos.
I FROM TUB NEWSMAN'S NOTES 1
Wlillo I wan traipsing around Miuili
Inst wrslt after Governor Frenr I
Kept nn co nut tn fceo how tlio vnr-j
lout- Honolulu papers stood on Hut.
Islnutl. Tlio llullolln 1 found
ovenwhere, and orcastonnlly I ian
ncinu a man who acknowledged Hint
' lie sometimes read tlio AtUcrtlecr.
lint 1 enw no sign of tlio star unci
li.nl almost loneliulcd Mint It nevor
unclicd Maul, when. alongside Mic
ion) tunning finni liana to Vullua
'(iutcli 1 saw a mnlMiox labeled In
big. black letters. "Star."
1 supposed Unit of course I bad
found evidence Mint .Mils newspaper
luminary sometimes penetrated to
far end of Maul, and' congratulated
Mio star corrcspondcnliioii tlio fart.
Put some Mmo later 'fraw tlio wold
i tar again, on Mio samo Itlntl of wood
and painted In Mio samo lclnd of let
ters, Again It was on n box, but Mio
full Inscription rend, 'IStar Kcro-
rcno." And 1 understood Mion Miat
Mio first man bad bought n can of
coal oil nnd used tlio box It camo In
ne n mall-box.
Thcio Is ono member of Mio finv
ernor'H Maul party to whom It Is not
tafe to mention Cripple Clock, nnd
unless jou nro looking for trouble
you'd bettor Bay nothing to him
about high altitudes. The subject Is
ii very painful ono to him nnd ho U
liable to become nervous when It Is
Ho Is one of Mio six who climbed
Haleakala last wcok when Mio tlov
crnor went up. When the start was
made, soma our nsl.ed lilm If ho was
tusccptlhlo lo mountain sickness.
"What? Mu? Mountain alcknvM?
lint Hu! Hal Well, I guess not. You
fellows will get it, nil right, If Sou
pro not used to high altitudes. Hut
Mo! Say, I lived for n jear nt Crip
ple Creek. 12,000 feet high. Hub:"
Hon Fhanio to say It, but by the
lime Mio jiaitj hail climbed to 7,000
feet, the Cilpplo Crocker was palo
mound the gilts, and when the sum
mit, only 11,300 feet, was reached, ho
could baldly sit up. And ho dldu t
iccover until Mio party had descend
ed again that afternoon to tlio lower
.Mountain sickness? Huh!
Jack Alntau Leonard Cholinoiidb
ley ,Atklnsoii, Mio rising young attor
ney nnd head of Mio Anti-Saloon
League, has defined fiTs position In
csaril to residential candidates,
llo Is In favor of Tnft.
This will come as n shock to Mio
nntl-boozo fighters, who naturally
sported that nfter his recent dec
laration of principles nnd Mio an
nouncement of his determination to
wtvgo n vigorous fight ngalnst Mio
Demon Hum, .lack would fauir tho
Prohibition candidate, or at least
throw his Influcnco In favor of Fair
banks, tho Iliittermtlk candidate.
Why ho docs not line' up with tho
Prohibitionists tho ex-Secretary hns
j.ot jet risen to oxpl Un, but ho glcs
his reasons for nppo"lng Indiana's
would-bo Favorite Son. KalrbankB
mico ilrank a cocktail. "Tho man
whine lips lime touched liquor shall
never bavo my Biippo-l," sajs Jack,
or woids to that cfTcet.
Hut Just Ktippnc sompollo nbnuld
proo that Tnft oiuo drank crcnio
! : !
llobliy llojd, engineer nnd sunejor
etui discoverer of lost kulcaiinM, has
taken n whisk broom mid swept out n
nice, clean spot In ono comer of the
which would bo gool for (be Tou-ltery
as u ttholcuntid lor the Tiiusui) do
parlnicul In particular.
4 . O
Tho t,ci vices nt the Advcntlst
Chiiieh, 707 Klnnu strict, wilt bo
Public Works offlco and (blown n (It! as follows: On Mio Sabbath. Sabbath
or two bcc'iiiso tho correspondent ofiEchool, nt 10 a. in.; preaching nt 11
tho H ii Up tin learned on Maul that'll, in.; 7:30 p. in., preaching; sub
tho aforesaid Hobby Hoyd had niado Jctt, "Tho Positive Signs of the See-
u bad mess of things down iit'Ke.in.io.
Taking bis unaccustomed pen In hand,
the Indignant Hobby proclaims loudly
and voclfeiously that as n surveyor
he Is the Heal and Only, that bo did
not make a mess of things at Konn.io,
oiid Coming of Christ " "Heboid the
Pg lice and nil Mio trees; when they
now shoot lortti,yo seo and know of
)our own selves Mint summer Is now
nigh nt hand. So likewise ic, when
jo bco thofcO thing mine to piss,
and that the coriespoiident who bint know jo t lint tlio kingdom of Mod Ii
ed that bo did ought to climb onto tho, ulgli nt hand."
Of course, outraged Innocence may
be expected to kick u llttlo when crit
icized, lint f i oiii nil I can learn, It.
Roman Catholic. Cathedral Sun
day son Ices: C nnd 7 a. in,, low
imtPecH with holy communion; 9 a.iu ,
Hoyd was let down pietty lightly by litlilrvu's masb with singing and I'll
tho correspondent and ought lo bo t.Hh scimoii; 10:30 n m , high masi
thaiikfiit It was no worse. The corres-' ,ltM nutlvo sermon; s p in., rosar.;
1'iiii'lvnt might nno toiii sonio or tno,IlniI ,,t0 Instruction. 7 p. m Por
other things ho heard about Hoyd,' tugucso sermon nnd benediction of
sucn, tor miianco, ns inai imingn , blcOTC(I R.,cr.imcnt Wednesday:
Ilnjil Holds down a Job In tho Woiku( Illim,nc!(itloii 7:.t0 p. in : benediction
wuiiuiiiil-iii, i.ih uiuui .iwuimuuib u ut , icstcd pncraniciit. Friday:
drawing his salary and his breath, and
that his superiors nro careful not to
Klo him nnj thing to do which ho can
posslblv make n mess of. If some of
tho other lemarks of sonio ofjloyd'a
superiors in icgaid to him and bis
work nt Keanao bad been ipioted
tigaliiHt lil m. ho might have thrown
several more fits.
t wonder Just how much dead tim
ber thdo really Is hanging on about
tho public offices, how many Incompe
tents nio holding down Jobs which ex
ist only nB sops thrown to greedy pol
iticians. A census of these Iticotn-
1 and 7 p. m., stations of the cross.
The Catholic Church of tlio Sacred
Heart, Marqucsvlllo. l'linahoii, In
charge of Itcv. Father I'h nient. To
morrow, Mnrcb 22, 1) a in high mass,
spimoii, collcclfoii. .". p in., Hoary,
Stations of tho Cross. Sunday school.
Methodist Church, IDS - Hcrctanla
nfcnue; David W. Crane, pastor!
Morning worship, 11 a m ; Mio Hon.
Join; O. Woollcy will preach; Mrs,
llaro will render n ocnl solo; Up-
worth League, G:30 p in. livening
worship, 7.1 30; sermon In the pastor,
potcnts might result In some changes tmbject "Essentials to Hternal Life"
Music by the men's quintet. Mhi
Hico will preilda at Mio piano, mid
Mlsi Moyer will load tho i horns
iholr during the rei vices of Mic day,
St. Androw's Calbcdiiil Tomor
low ew'iilng at 7:;!0 at St Androw a
Cathedral, Hlshop llcttarlck will de
liver Mio second lecture of tlio course
tn the "Principles of tho Clnlstlnn
Hcllglon," Tho mtbjoct will be "Tlio,
Ono Who Speaks With Autlinilty"
This Is tho lectiiro which was post
poned last Sunday oM'tilug on nc
lount of the lain.
Christian Chutili; A. C McKcjivcr,
pastor. It: 4 ft a. in., Hlblo si boot,
quarterly rexlcw; 0:30, Y. P. S. C. K
mbject "Wlso Use of Inlliicnce"; 11
n. iu sermon. Hon. John (!. Wool
ley will apeak at 7:."0 p. in. All nro
invited to hear Mr. Woollcy discuss
ono of tho most Important issuca of
tl.o day, I
Central Union Chiiicb -At 11
o'clock the mlnliter will picach; sub
ject Lonten Seimons II, "No Con
itcmnnlton." evening worshli nt
7:30 o'clock; sermon by tho minis
ter; subject "A Oreat Secret." i
Tho Catholic Church of St John tin
Haptlst, Knfihl-wncna, In chaigo or,
Hev. Father Clement. Tomorrow.
March 22d, third Sunday or Ia.miI. $ 30
a. m., high mass, sermon, collection
Sunday school. 4 i. m. ltosnrj.
St. Augustliio Chnpel, Wnlkll.l -
Sunday: 0 a. in., mass with singing
and Kngllsh hciihoii. Wcdiiesdav;
7:30 p. in., stations of tho croi,
C. W. A nil ford and J. L. fCauIukoii,
ntlorncj-s Tor libelee, appeal to the Su
ironio Court from Judgo Lindsay's
older to llbeleo, In the dlvorco suit o(
Victoria Amoi Mahukn ngnlnst Wil
liam M. Mahukn, to pij John W fatli
cart and K. W Mliveiton, nttornoj's
for Ilbellnnt, u fee of $f()
Bi Linen SaleSee Prices
PURE LINEN NAPKINS
VALUE. SALE PRICE.
$1.00; 11x11 $ .05 per doz.
$1.25; 13x13 .75 per doz.
$2.50; 16x10 $1.50 per doz.
S1.50; 17x17 . ?1.10pcrdoz.
$3.00:18x18 $2.00 per doz.
$2.25 i 20x20 .y;l.riOpcrdoz.
02.25; 8 in.
$2.25: 11 in.
$2.50; 12 in.
$3.50; 14 in.
S1.50 per doz.
.$1.50 per doz.
.$1.75 per doz.
$2,50 per doz.
VALUE. SALE PRICE.
$2.00; 72 in. wide $1.50 n yd.
$1.00; 72 in. wide $1.40 a yd.
$1.75; 72 in. wide $1.40 a yd.
$1.40; 08 in. wide $1.00 a yd.
$ .75 ; GO in. wide $ .60 a yd.
$ .50; GO in. wide $ .35 it yd.
$ .40; 54 in. wide $ .30 a yd.
$1.00; 58 in. wide $ .G5 n yd.
$ .05; 58 in. wide $ .50 a yd.
VALUE. SALE PRICE,
$3.50; 24x24 . .$2.50 per doz,
$3.00; 22x22 $2.25 per doz,
$2.00:21-.22 .$2.00 per doz,
VALUE. SALE PRICE.
$2.30; 22x22 $1.75 per doz.
$1.25; 18x18 $ .75 per doz.
Fort Street, will
9 Move to the
OBEGOM BLOCK, 152 Hotel St. ,
Opposite Young Hotel, on. March 26th.
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r. , t it-
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A copy of "Kinks, and How To Straighten Them" for the ask
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KINO ST. NEAR ALAKEA. P. 0. BOX 144,
(Continued from Pise 1)
C'lum. lliintiH'O, Jr.
1'lflH 1'icclnct, four ilclefj.itcs J.
M. Ke.ilolui, J. M. Koliou, John Ku
mm n ml Danlol Kcllluii. . '
Sixth Precinct, nix dolcBntcs
rlilllliiH, K11I.11II11, W. DrnKo, II.
Kluniiiiv, Kvohukll and Joo Slonog-
Tlilitceiitii iirccluri lliuro uia
inoulliu; In-lit tlioro IiihI nlqht.
is wliat you want for Cooking Purposes, as the body for
Sauces, Qravics, Ice-Cream, Fricassees, etc,
BECAUSE it is so rich in BUTTER-FAT, NATURAL
FLAVOR, and PURE CREAM. ,
tin BECAUSE it is thoroughly sterilized by a spcoial liy-
VJ) gienic process, and is ABSOLUTELY PURE.
& BECAUSE it is READILY DIGESTED and ASSIMI-
Iftj LATED. .
SS Best for Tea, Coffee, Cocoa, Etc.
H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD., Agents
Hnvrntli Product, thrco ilclccatcs man WntMna mmlo u motion tli.it del
D (,n8tro W It Itlloy U W. K'Bnt-,H to lliu cimvviitlon bo liiMruclccl
Oii'lmi lohn C I aim nml I ' V Vni- '" o(o for I""tructot ilolcmitoi lo
(Jiilin. . oln U l.ano ami J. l. i.ik (,o Nntl,)al , u wnH fl
unit. This is tl.o flrt tltno that John j,y ,lc,ulm,,1C(, , ,L..no ,t , , ,,,,,
l.iinu'B iinmo Iiiih flRiircil In any Hst.ot t ,v oU(j tfiKotlicr Ith the
of Kourth District voters. i election of ilolcKnlus.
IClKlitli Precinct, ftmr ilelcKatcs I In tho Sixth Pieclnct or tho Fourth,
CUrcnco L. Crnfibb, II. J. Ilaldwlu, 'whoro Sum Johnson ruleil, Jim CJuInii
11. C. Murray nml John M.iicalllno. (was mailo im-Blilonl by unanimous
Ninth Precinct, four iIoIcbiUch- v"'- TM mal:e l.lm u i.rospcctUe
I' IV. Ilnnlli John Wlkn mill Will. ,""'".""' "" .' i"-"-" -IT
Tenth Precinct, Wnlmnualo
ronort. Tho KIbIiIIi of tho Fourth held the
tiirvnif TMnmntnm 11.l.r..n r,,.iliT .f nit nt tli.t fV.t.tt-.it
SevontU Precinct, three iioIeffatenro Station, ttneo hmulrod otyrB bo
... . II tit iipiunlil
J. K. Ku aimi, Solomon Malieloiiai'"?,, '',r"; , ., ,. ., , , .
nml I'll l t'rawfoid I 'J ho Ninth of the ! mu th had a liar
ami i'. 1 1 j. irawioiu. .,,i., ,ir. i,,i.. ,-,,,,,., ,,,,,,,
Mleveiitli Piccluit,' three delcBates' her of tho oxcciilhti committee, culled
A, Low Is, Jr., V. O. Smith, S. P.I tho mcotiiiK to onlur.
Conea, Oeoise C. Hca, William IJ. I .'H'K lo tho lellieinent of J .K
lll.,,ll .l,w. I! Pr.-ill nml M. (!. eim iioui .nine riTMlu ill mo
. Thlitcenlli Precinct, two dele-
Kit ton N) nicelliiB. . Bullefin Busines. Ofliee Phnni. 2fin
The Setond Precinct had a .pilot . Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185.
At tho thlid niLClnct, ot tho 1'ourlli,
u vigorous deli.Uo ensued whon Nor
.Uiliu I.aiiu's namo mado Its llitt aii-
Ipearauco on tho roll cull of tho Hov
-" lonth Precinct of tho Fourth,
IClRhtli Precinct, two dnleBatcs
K. It. O. Wallace, C. H. Doincnt, A.
K. Kohal, GeorBo MarKham, J. C.
Cliiney nnd I). K, Knnuhn.
Ninth l'rcrlnct, four delCRntcs
McctliiB potjt poncil until next Tues
day, Touth Precinct, one doleRato No
!P. E. R. Strauch
has a fine tract of land
for sale at Manoa
Valley near car line.
Will make a fine Resi
dence. Area, 1,05
acres. Very cheap.
WAITY BLDQ., 74 S. KINO. ST.
monlous mcctliiR. HoliertKoiis iiom
Illation, however, caused a llttlo ox
cltcmcnt amoiiK the politicians who
woro iiresont llo was, hnnotcr en
doised for Nutlonal Committeeman u
was tho cave In all tlio othci iiricliici i
No reioit woro lecolvod from out
It was a iiilct night In tho olu
"FlghtltiB Seventh " Solomon Malm
lona mado n humorous siiocch and ho
emm tho hero of tho nlahl so fur as
'tin. lutDdiiualrili it til,, IllinUu (if 111,,
lirtclnct was concurm d.
Hen Znbl.m, pieBlileut of the Klghth
ot tho Seu'lith, loslgnod his position
and K. II. O. Wallace was chosen act
Tliem was nothing doing In the
Ninth Pieclnct of the Sowntli. The
meeting was postponed until next
Owing to I. lino's ubseiico fiom tho
mooting plnco no session was held by
the Tenth Pieclnct of the Seventh.
In tho absence of tho officers ot tho
Twelfth Pietlncl Wlillo Ci an foul pie
allied with Iternnrd Kelel.ollo ni apt
lug accictary. A. K. Vloria, a mam
In household expen
ses is practiced by
for light as well as
CooRing. It costs
lass than any other.
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