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EVENING' BULLETIN, ;H0N0LPU1, T. ,U -.gATtjItDAV, .PHC.,;!!, 1908.-
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The so-called "disadvan
tages" in the life of a
-child are often its ad
vantages. And on the
other hand, "advantages"
are very often disadvan
tages of a very serious
sort. To be born in the
country of poor parents
is no disadvantage.
We grow through expres
sion, and the large col
leges, even yet, afford a
very imperfect means for
expression all is ex
pression, repression, and
No ono knows a thing
for sure until he tells it
to some one else.
Talk less and listen more.
Recipe for securing love
The weakest among us
has a rift.
Stop crying. Get to work. Smile.
Men nre great only as they are kind.
Shirkers get paid what they arc worth.
Blessed is the man who has found his work.
To secure friends be one. v
To know things we must . know their detail.
To lose one's self-respect is tne only calamity.
Happiness is only attainaolc through useful effort.
It is a good policy to leave a few things unsaid,
live without hate, whim, jealousy, envy, or fear.
Positive anything is better than negative nothing.
Work for yourself by working for the good of all.
Be content with your condition or else improve it.
Cop) right, 190S, ly Elbert Hubbard.'
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MAUI AUTO LAW
l3 HARDJO FRAME
Final Meetings Held Of
. Supervisor Board
SUPERVISORS-ELECT LOOK ON
AND GET NEW POINTERS
Stowaways Slip Aboard
And Pay Their Fares
Three moat tinlii pp Btownways
wcio 'irnught In jestoniiy on Iho l.ui-
lino. Though tbey managed In mako
Hid 1 1 1 1 1 acrosn lliu I'.ulfle without
paying fin o in niiiiic), they i.ili will
in l.ibnr for their pibhiri liuldonlal
ly, tliciu aru several place"! on tliu
I.uiIIuo'h decks lli.it nru its whlto an
llnfoio lliu Km lino bait pahHOil nut
of (Inldcn Cite, two slow.iw.ivn ncin
dlM-overed. Tho ship wjh snipped .mil
they woro pi nl ball on u miuill bo.it,
with a caution to glvo lliu l.nilliio a
wldo bortb Cniitaln icedmi then be
gan congratulating Idinsclk- tli.it bo
had KU.inloil Iho Inleiosts. ot lliu Mut
ton tmnp.my cnicfully.
Tbo tblril il.i out, Just an Captain
AVurildi wiih taking IiIh morning con
Mltutlnunl, bu wan uppioachcd by
thieo strange men. Ono of tliuin stop
pul foi wan!, shook bauds ,lllt tint of
llrcr anil o.ihnlv iinoiimiccd Hint lie
iitnl bis filemlH wcro ntnvv,iwii)H.
Wooden nibbed bli'H'S ainl rooked
thoro could bo no inhlnko, real men
wcro utandlng in fiont of tiiin. After
lio hadgotlo nh Mnv.itli , llio I'.iplalu
Imiulied win in tbey cimo from. After
questions hail been ns'ed ami an
Bweri'l, eutb of tbo inu nwns given a
Mono and told to cut busy and muli
Two of tliu ikftil IiCud pasbciiguiH got
nbmg very well: tlioy bid bee; punch
ll.g cattlo and theh hands and muscles
wcro lough. Tlio tlilid waii n Innk
tleik. llh suffering worn Inlonso.
Tor Unco days bo wiih kept H'liibblng
dicks, until tliu eiptnln took pity on
lilin and put lilm to work In tbo olll
ioi-'h moss, llo wants no more tijtilo
with the Blow awn nuslnoss.
FLEET IS INCREASED
Fre'ghter. Pleiades Has
Hiec-n Chartered For
On J mini v r tho Rteamslilp l'lcl-
ii del will arrive lieio and will bo pine
til on fio i tin between bora ami lliu
Ciuit. 'Iho ship has been cjiarloicil
uj hut mm:i iv iii-imwiiiiuii muuui-
c'll.i dtapsny to help caio for Iho
lapldly-lnrrc.tHlnt; IiubIiicks, and will
henrefoith form' a icRiilai milt In
the tompaio'a fleet of frelRblerB.
Tim I'lcliiikM livlonRR tu tho Huston
Towbo.it Company and bus a arr)lns
rapacity of about MUD tons of mit,Mi.
Hho Iiiih Rood Bpeed and tho local rep
riHi'iit.'ithcs of tliu (ompaiiy bMluvu
that Khi) will lie a aluablo aupilsl
t Ion, both im far ax the loinp.inv Is
oni m ned and to thn hlilppeni in
Tim add 1 1 Ion of the I'lcladcH lo lliu
fleet kIm'S tho Anieilran-IIawhll.in
Kteninshlp Company fifteen awillulilo
Klilps, home of them boliiR ainoiiK thn
larRi'Ht tmft in tliu Pacific.
When ihn lompany wiih orcanlzi'l
ton J cars ago, an order was placed
for four BblpK Ihb C.illtornlan, Ha
waiian, OrcKonlan, and American.
Then them were added In kik reunion,
oesKlon, either by purrli iso or build
Inn, the Novadan. Ntlirashai), Texa.i,
Ahifili.ui, AiloniK, MlBBoiulan, Vlr
nlnlan, .Mexican, Ciliimbl.iii, and let li
iiilan Tlio I'lcladui hi now thartiirLd
to aiiKUiont tho flcot,
AuordliiR to tho local represe.nta
tlves of tho Amerlcan-Ilawnllau Co,
Iho (harttilUR of the Pleiades was
innilu iiQct'MMiy by tho rapidly In
LieahliiR Miliimo of luiMiUhS.
Kxpoits for tho Uopaitment of Ag
rlculturo opposed to bleach Hour weru
heard at tliu pme-food Imiulry In
Major (iencial l.eonnid Wood, who
has taken command of tho Depart
ment of tho Kast, United Statcb Ai
iny, wbh n iniupaiaUyely obicuro nr
Hi) Mil aeon up to 1S9S-, when Theo
dnro Itoosovolt organized tho rtoiiEh
Ithlris and luailo Wood colonel of the,
Rules Laid Down for Management of
Wailuku Town Hall Keport
of Count; Attorney,
(Special (o tho U nl let In)
Wnlluku, Maul, Dec. 11. Tho Hoard
of 'Supcnlsuru for Maul County met
WcdneRilay ovenliiR, Chairman Hen
nliiR preplilliiR. Super iHorH I'oRiie,
Jlalu and Macr weru also present.
Knlnlo, absent on n count of IIIiiush, Is
r.t present lmprolnR very lapldl) al
Pain. The uhii.iI hills ami claims
against tho county weru lend and ap
proved. BtipervluorH Mejcr asked whether It
wiih lawful to pay minors workhiR and
ci tliu Hoad Department ono dollar per
day nk ngalmit 1.'J." paid adults. Tho
County Attorney Bald that nn Iohr n
tlio laborer was satisfied with tho
iuiimint paid lilm, It wiih nut violating
uny of Iho cxlsllng statutes to pay
mliioiu $1 per day,
Tho Clerk was Instructed to write
to tbo Hoard of Health and ask that
department to to kindly transfer tho
Iclephonu sjhteni from Knlao to Ha
lawn. A resolution by Mr. Poruu was
lasscil reniicRtlns tho heads of tho dlf
lcrent dcparlments under Jrio County
to present their estimates or total ox
penses for 1909 when tjio HonNI tueetH
j.Ral:i lHcember. l.Mh for that purpose.
Amendments to tho aiitomobllo ord
inance were taken up. Many ot tho
Wailuku and Knliulul nutolsts aired
tticlr views on this much discussed
Mibjec'.. Ah they could not agree to
what was tho be lcRiilatlou, tlio
Hoard leiiucsted thoso Interested In
t'liloliii; to prcFent on ordinance nt Iho
nct meeting that would meet with
tho entire satisfaction ot outomobllu
owners and that would also bo accept
eblo to tlio Hoard. The other counties
will bo asked for their auto ordln
A lease between Iho Hawaiian Com
merelnl & Sugar Co. per Manager I'.
P. Haldw In and tho County for tho use
of n lot for Iho County stnbleH wag
fclgned by Chairman Helming with tbu
I'llprotnl of tho Hoard.
County Attorney John W. Knlua pre-
j tented tils report for tho montli of No.
j cmlo vvhlrli contained tho proposed
I rules nnd regulations for tho fiogvern
jinent nf tho Wailuku town hall. Tho
rules submitted by Messrs. I). 11. Case,
1. M Ilahlwln, nnd C'.ins. Wllcnxi com
mltteo appointed by tho Wnlluku Im
provement Association for that pur
poso In compllanco with a special re
f.uest of tho Hoaid of Supervisors to
that body, was also attached to and
inndo ii put of tho County Attorneq's
Tho following hltlH for tho ono and
mo half miles ot road from Pauwola
to Ki'iaha, Mnkawao, district, wore
oiienej Thursday afternoon: j, a.
Aheoiig. $4931, 210 dnjs; S. U Kalama
$1787, ICO dajs; Wastern Coucrotu
Co., $8195, 180 dajs. Tho Hoard ac
cepted Mr .Ameong'a bid. Tbo second
1.1.1 una l.v- l. T tr lift, ,.
-... ..h j ...,. u. i. (tiibUU, W IU I
wired his bid from Molokal to Rpn.itnr
Kalama a little before tho tlmu of clos
ing of bids.
T. II. I,)onti, tlio Democr.itlr Supor
visor ctert for Wailuku District, was
I resent at foiiio of the meetings und
took iii-nt Interest In tlio luocccillngs
of tho Ho.ud. Ilotli ho und Kauhl of
I.T1I111I1111 will bo Installed at tho .Ian
nary 1909 ineelliiR. Tho voters of Wnl
luku district who lumoied Mr. Lyons
Willi nn imrwlielmlng majority, expect
great things of him during tbo ncM
two voarx. Mr l.wmn i,ua n. ... ,
(lialrinaii of tlio Homo Ilulo tloanl of!
tmperufcorB nt juui who went out of
oflUealtcr FervliiR thn "dear pulillq"
fora Inlet Hpaco of leu iIiiih "wltboul
lay.f Now thoio Is not 'tho loust fear
(bat tbo county government would b
owuliirnod, bo Mr. T.jons will havo tho
roll away over Wailuku affairs during
his coming uginio.
It Is umleisliiod that Mr Kauhl fav
ors lion. Philip Pali of Laliuln ror
Hoad Hupcrvlbor Instead of W. U Do
cnlo, tlio piesout Itoiubllean (ncimib
cut. Mr. Decolo'u work has been qulto
ha.tlractory In tho present Hoard.
Tho Johnson bnaiillng houto on
Piinrlilmvvl street was visited by a
bold burglar last night. Ho apparently
gained an entranro tluongh a window
of tho room occupied by MrH. Tliu
mous, and In Bplto or tho ract that
Unit lady was at tho tliuo Bleeping In
tlyrnoin, thn lliluf raiis.ickod biiieau
orawora nnd took thorefrom what ho
wanted, namely somo Jovrolry and a
watch Mis. Tlnimons loievy; nothing
of tho raid which was mado on her
treaHiires, befmo oho nwoko In tho
morning and found hei 100111 In tils-oidtr.
JUST FROM THE CUSTOM HOUSE
v Most Complete Assortment ever Offered in Honolulu
Quality unexcelled anywhere. Bought by
our representative in China, at first hand
and not duplicated.
Fancy Silk and Grass Linen Table Covers,
Center Pieces, Doilies. Exclusive designs
in Shirtwaist Patterns and Suits.
. MANDARIN COATS
Silk Embroidered Fans, Silk Hand Em
broidered Ladies Slippers. . Pongee Sil
Shirts and: Pajamas for men. American
Importations of Men'sNeckwear and Fine
YEE CHAN & CO
KING & BETHEL STREET
BUKORD Dlh HERE
Unless head winds delay her, tbo
If, 3. Airiiy transport Huford slvoul'l
1 each horo early tomorrow morning.
Tho Huford brings supplies for tli3
local quartermaster's depot, and for
tlio I.cllehua camp as wall, and her
arrival is being anxiously awaited by
local officers. ) '
A part of tbo mules brought ovot
on the I.urllne, Which arrived os
terday, nro for uso of tho construct
ing quartermaster at l.clloliua. Oth
ers belong lo tho I'lflh Cavalry and
1110 sent here In anticipation of tlio
arrival of the two squutlronH of that
crganl7atlon, whjch nro duo hero cai
ly In .January.
Work on tho Lellehun camp Is be
ing rushed along rapidly. Thn tem
porary construction camp has already
been bet up and tho work of, arrang
ing for tho cantonment Is under way
The first of the week will sco renew
el activity at Lellehun. Thn officer
in charge Is determined to in,e tho
r.iutouuient ready in tlmu for the 111
rlval or tho troops.
MAINLAND MAIL TO
About r, o'clock this evening tho
Intel -Island steamer Llkollko will sail
for Kaanapali with mainland mall for
tho American-Hawaiian freighter
Arlzonnn. Tho Arlzon.ui, which Is
now at Kaanapill, will sail for Ha 11
I'ranclsco tomorrow night.
Thn action of tho Inter-Inland com
pany In placing thn Mkellko at tbo
illiposnl of thn postal authorities,
makes ft possible for M10 littn Christ
mas mall to reach thr mainland Jiut
In time for tho liotlilas. Tho Alt
70111111 Is duo to reach San Francisco
(nDeicmlifr SO, Giving, plenty of
111110 for I6tjcrs to reaelt'tlio'enatein
seaboard beroro Chrlstniatf'Day.v'4'
Tho flist-elass mall will clnso till'
evening nt I o'clock. There la eveij
prospect that tbo mall which tho Arl-
'oijan carries o tlio Mainland will be
uic iic'.(YivoL 111 inu tir.
Oovcrnor Hughes, ot Now YorU
spent $:tGt),G5 on his campaign' for
fe-clectlon, mostly ror traveling' ex
l)el)to8,, while FrcdcrliK"('.,TliomtH,
tho Hnilallst raudliiate "for Con
gresii in tho Tweuty-slxlh New Ymk
district, expemlcd hut onb'ieulilho
samo being used to tmy 11 poslagu
fitnmp to send a ropy of the BoctalUt
platform to a I'lohlbltlonlst,
Herbert II 1. l'clrco, Ambassador
to Norwaj, who has returned to this
countiy on a sixty days' leave of nh
bence, Is touiing the Cast In an auto.
The Good 'Ship "lurline" brought us a fresh nnd complete assortment of
HtlSX In 1-2, 1, 2. and 34b. boxes.
REISS fc BRADY'S GOODS
Consisting; of Exquisite Olives, Manzanillo Olives, Stuffed Olives, Imported Smynm Figs
in glass boxes, StuiTid Figs, Stuffed Dates, French Prunes, nnd Wcisbadcn Stuffed Prunes nt
small chests. ,
Gordon & Dillw;rth and Pichardson & Bobbins' Plum Pudding.
Curtice Bros. "Blue label" Sweet Pickled Fruits.
Christmas Trcei for Deliver December 22nd. '
Special Attention given to packing goods for Island Shipment. "
J. M. Levy fc Co.
KING STHEET near Metropolitan Meat Co.
ARTISTIC ARTIE'S ANTICS.
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