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RVEN'IKO nUI.LETlN, HONOLULU, T.'H., SATURDAY,-JAN 23, 1909.
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Saturday, Jan. 23d
Use PAU KA HANA and
reduce the house 'W.ork.
Buy from your grocer.
It is a fact which thousands of pco
pie have demonstrated month after
"month that in most lines sold in our
store ou? qualities are higher than
any found elsewhere and our prices
are considerably lower.
The BcilSOn. Smith & These,foundation facts
n n p. P , alone make it SOUND
Co. Drug Store Service Ennyrmv lo dcal
THIS IS THE DAY TO GO
iDOWN TO ,
Everything First Class.
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Fine Wines and Liquors
LOVEJOY & CO.. LTD.
(802-004 Nuuanu Ave. Phone 308
'he Encore Saloon
Try a drink at the new place and
(lave "MATT" HEFFERN serve you.
COR. HOTEL and NUUANU.
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hundred in 10lb. lots
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The Weekly Edition of the Evenlnn
Dulletln gives a complete summary of
the news of the day.
riRST APPEARANCE IN HONOLU-
LU OF THE
THE MACHINE THAT TALKS,
SINGS, AND ACTS.
Tickets on sale at Bergstrom Music
Co. Prices, 15c, 25c, 35c, and 50c.
January 23d, 1909
CORNER BETHEL AND HOTEL
To be had of members of the club
Wonderful Motion Pictures bring
ing to view scenes from many lands
ind embracing Comedy and Pathos
Two changes each week.
Monday and Thursday
Hypnotizing Mothcr-in-Law; The
Dynamiters; Sapho; The Cowboys
Sports and Pastimes; The Champagne
Changes Mondays, Wednesdays and
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See what 'the EDISON can do.
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BLOWS, THIS WEEK
Chas. R. Frazier
Jhone 371. 122 King St.
M. A. Gunst & Co.
FORT AND KINO STREETS.
CiYlc Fed Program Was
Those favoring tliu suspension of tin.
coastwise shipping law, hold a meet
lug on tho roof pardon of tho Aluxiind
or YomiK Hotel yesterday afternoon to
decide on a courso of action. It was
decided to cable a resolution to l)clo-
Kate Kulilo at Washington, calling for
a susiienslon of the, present luw foisl
years, or until threo' new passenger
b'tenmers shall hao been built and
placed on tho run between here and
the 1'aclltc Coast.
Several speeches, favoring the sus
pension of the law, were made by imui
present, (lovernor Frcnr clcllvcicd a
long talk, explaining the state of attaint
asjio believed them to bu on the main
land, and urging that the Chamber ot
Commerce's stand In favor of the sus
pension of tho taw he endorsed
J. 1. Cooke offered a resolution that
it cable be sent to Captain Matson, ask
lug him to withdraw his opposition to
the suspension or the coastwise ship
ping law. The resolution was adopkd,
The chief .resolution was offeied by
W. Jt. Castle.
After the adoption of the, Castle res
olutlou'liad been moved and seconded
Chairman Harry vou Holt culled foi
(Jtscus8lon on tho problem. Several
talks were made In favor of the pass
tug of the resolution. Qnu of the.
speakers urged that the resolution
should bu increased In scopu a little, to
provide for the carrying of fruit on
lorelgn bottoms. The suggestion did
i.ot meet with foyer.
After the adoption of the Castle ies
dutlon, n cash collection was taken u
lo provide the money needed to cable
It to Delegate Kulilo A Washington
"Whereas, In tho absence of Amer
ican ships, the operation of the coast
wise navigation laws lu.JI.iwall has
produced very great inconvenience,
amounting almost to a denial of tho
right of Individuals to freedom of
movement, except to tiavel away
from tho United States; and such in
convenience must continue and will
Increase, to the great detriment of
the Territory, and now does and must
hereafter operate seriously agnlust
the influx ot Americans; and,
"Whereas, the President of the
United States In his Annua Message
to Congress recognized, the Injustice
jf preaont condltlwns and has uigcd
incisures of relief In suspending the
operation of the coastwise uavlga
tlon laws, amrln response to such
iccommendatloii n bill has been In
tioduccd In Congicss to suspend said
'oastwlse navigation laws In their
n plication to passenger travel lie
tween Hnvvnll and the mainland or
.the United States, vflilch bill bus the
projiuble support of u majority of
"WJiereas, It Is of vital Importance
to, Hawaii that the right to travel be
tween Hawaii mid the mainland shull
not be restrained, to tho end that
ivcry posslblo encouragement should
be given to increase the number of
Vmcrlcanu coming to Hawaii In Jhc
hope that many will be Induced to
fit tie and thereby assist iii the true
Americanization of this Territory;
"Whereas, tho history and experi
ence of other plates lias pioved that
the Increase of facilities for trans
lortatlnn lias enormously added to
the volumo of travel, and there Js no
reason to doubt that such will be the
:nso here, until tho number of those
traveling between Hawaii and the
mainland of the United States shnll
be so great as (o Induce American
shipowners to furnish the facilities
required fQr passenger transportation
thereby restoring ships under tho
American flag to the Pacific Qcenu
which consummation Is earnestly de
J I red by the citizens audi residents
of this Terrltoiy; therefore,
"Itesolved, That we, citizens and
lesMeuts of Hawaii, do hereby peti
tion the Congiess and President of
(tip United Btntes that tho bflld hill
pa enacted Into law, and, ho It fur
ther "Hcsolvod, That, for the purpose
of piomotlng American shipping and
Inci easing American ships, we do
Owner of an old mercantile house
wishes to associate himself with a
business man who is willing to take
an actiye part and put $5000 into the
business to enlarge it. Absolutely
safe. Legitimate returns assured.
Bank and commarcial references.
For particulars apply
P, E. R. Strauch
WAITY BLDQ. 74 8. KJNQ ST,
lioicby pray Unit a law may he en
acted subsidizing American ship to
nn extent wlilcli shall ciiulitc them to
compete (ill even terms wltli ships of
foreign lint Ions
CHINA ARRIVES HERE
FROM THE ORIENT
The Pacific Mall HniT Chlha. vvhlcr.
was reported after tho Asia was sight
tl tills niornliiK. arrived off port and
came to the Channel wharf, where she
's receiving coal and water
' The popular China I, commanded by
Captain M T Ilalley IIiIh trip, Ho ,
taking the place of Captain Krelle tht
tegular cnnimander, who Is having n
acatlon. She InoiiKht to llnnolulii
twenty-nlx cabin passengeis, mine m
' I'01" ilrt' l! overs, who will continue
1,ll'lr ,rlP to the Orient on tho next
"'cnnicr Among the through passeii
Kers Is W C. Ilruuner special corres
jiwndent of the Hearst new simpers, whr
)li going to China on n itpeclal mission
The China will sail this afternooi
at 5 Sll o'clock
GREATER CARE TO
Board of Health Takes
Timely Steps To
greater core in the quarantining
of contagious diseases furnished the
principal topic for the Bourd of
Health at Its meeting Friday after
noon. Diphtheria, meningitis, unci
similar diseases fiom which this city
linn been mid still fs comparatively
flee, havo not had tho attention they
deserve Consequently a now list of
quarantlnuble discuses will be sent
out to physicians and active steps
taken to see that every care Is taken
to prevent a spread of these troubles
Out of nineteen tascs of diphthe
ria reported since August Inst year
there was one death from the (lis
case. A number of diphtheria cases
nro being reported frequently rom
the Wnikikl district, Nuuanu section
nml other places. James F. Morguu
stated thill the schools should be
placed under a strict system of in
spection to prevent the spread of dis
eases among children. In this con
nection Attclrney (Jenernl Hemenway
said that there would be a ceitalu
amount of money available for pse In
the future which hp thought coull
be of use In building a house for the
Uojs' Home in Kallhl
Letters from Or. K, 8. Ooodhuo
and Or Archer Irwin, requesting six
months' leaves of absence, vveio re
ceived and their requests granted. In
Its letter to the Hoard of Health, the
Hawaii llnaid of Supervisors object
ed to the tcmoval of l'lsh Inspector
John M. Herring or Illlo, without
(list consulting them. They nskc
,the Hoard to state the reasons under
which he was lemovcd, but President
Itpblnsoii announced that sufllclcnt
information had been found to war
ant the Hoard refusing to reinstate
' High Sheriff Henry informed tho
Hoard of Health yesterday that he
wouhl like to send one of his pilson
'IK, 1'ukuda Talsuda, who was Im
prisoned for life, to the leper seltlo
nent at .Molokal The responsibility
for his -maintenance and transporta
tion to the settlement Is assured h)
tho High Sheriff I'ukudu, while In
prison, was examined by the prison
ph)slclans and I)r McDonald, who
-innounicd him a leper The request
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cause corns, sometimes, mid then comfort ceases. Chi
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have CORN KNIVES. CORN RAZORS, CORN I'LAS
"TERS, CORN CURES.
of the sheilff wan grnnte I In this eon
nectlun. Attorney Cleuer.il Hemeiiwav
n his let'er to the Hoard advised tliim
to accede to the request
Present at the meeting wimo Pits!
lent Maik Itobluton Attornev fletier.il
ucmcuwii juilli'x t .Morgan, I) Ku
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The best smoking conceit of tin
ear, the famous Hums' Miiokei.
lakes place In Waverley Hall this
evening, commencing at 8 o'clock.
The best amateur talent lias been
enlisted for tho occasion, and the
speeches, always' worth listening to
at n Hums' concert, will be up to the
high stauduid of pievlous years.
There will be the usual refresh
ments and u llbei ul supply of smok
ing material will be on hand.
Indications point to u full hull
when the chnliiuati rises to make Ills
For n roaring evening of mirth ami
music, take In the big doings at the
Tickets, costing a dollar each, may
he obtained of members of the Scot
tish Thistle Club or at tho door.
The program Is us follows:
Chief J. It. M. MncLoan
Violin Selection T Scott
Song "There Was a I.nd Was Horn
In K lo" John l.yall
Toast "The Immortal .Memory of
Hubert Hums". .Judge W. I.. Stanley
Song "Stein Song'' ... C. O. Usborne
Song F J. Swudllnx
Toast "The Fiesldcnt of the United
Slates" U. S.
District Attorney It. W. Hreckous
Song T Scott
Sketch Frank Mav
Song John l.y.ill
Tojst--"Tlni Land of Hurus"
Song Henry Claik
Toast "Tho King nml Queen" . . .
11. II. M Consul Italph (1. H Forsttr
"(!od Save the King"
Toast "Tho Uilid Wo l.lvo In". Deo
uty Attorney General W. I Whltnoy
Song ,. Henry Clat'c
Itccltnllou "Tain o' Shunter"
Song "My Homo Is Where the
Heather HIihiiiis" (' Kluibal
Toast "Tho Har" U, H Hep
lily District' Attorney W T. H.iwllm
Violin Selection T. Scolt
Soil!! "Anchored" (' O IJkIi.'iiii-
Fong F .1. Swailllng
Toast "The Prets". Visiting Piessuie'i
"Auld l.ang Syne "
Accompanists II It .Macfntl.ino Jr
Ceo 1' Dtivles.
Will the party who borrowed the
Western Union fable code from the
Bulletin office kindly return same
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NEW - TO-DAY
l Till I NITI'I) ST VTI.S DIS1 HUT
COfHT IN AMI TOU THK Tnilltl
TOKV OF HAWAII
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Pr.TITION FOIt DISCHAHtli:.
To the HouoiahlM Snnford II. Dole.
Judge of said Court:
s. a. (Jiti-;i:. of Honolulu, in mo
County of Oaliu, In said Territory,
lespectfull) represents that mi tho
17th day of February, A I) I '.mis, ho
wis duly adjudged n o.inkriipt under
the Acts of Congriss relating to
bankruptcy; Hint he has duly sur
rendered all of his pioporty, und has
fully compiled with all the require
ments of said acts mid of the oidelM
of the Court touching his bankruptcy.
WllimnFOIti:, he rmys that ho
limy be ilei-ri-tl its Hotiorahlo
Com. ti . . , , , dlschitigc from
nil deblii iwilile against Ills estutu
under said bankruptcy nets, except
Mich debts as aie b law excepted
f i om such disehnrge.
I).iteil, this 23rd day of January,
A. 1). l'JOD.
(Sgd ) S. A. JHr:i:.V,
Subscribed and sworn to beforo
me this 23rd day of January, A.
I) J 9 i!i A. I!. XIUitPHV.
OKDKIl OF NOTICi: THKItUON.
On this 23rd day of .' jarj, A. I).
19US. on reading tho foregoing peti
tion, it Is
OltDKitKI) IIV Till: COUHT. th.it
a liearing bo had upon the li'.tli day
of Fibruaiy. A I). I9U1, bcfoie said
Couit. at Honolulu. In said District,
ii 10 o'clock In the foiciioou, nml
thut notice thereof be published III
the Kwiiliig Hulletln, ii newspaper
printed In K.ibl District, and that all
known iredltoiH und other persons In
ll.lcre.st ma) appear at, tho s.ihl tliun
and plate, and show cau.se. If nny
they huvet why the prayer of tho
tald petitioner should not be griiuti d.
AND 11 is further ordered by Hid
Court that tho Clerk shall .send y
mall to all known ciedltorH copies of
said petition add this order, address
ed to them at their phtc.cu of resi
dence as stated.
WITNHSS the IIONOHA
lll.i: HANFOItl) II. doi.i:.
(Seal) Judge of the sahl Court, and
tho seal Iheicof, nt Honolu
lu, In'haid District, ou this
23td day of Jauiiury, A. D.
(Sgd.) A U .MIIHPIIV,
Clerk I' S Dlstrld Court.
A tine' copy. ATTF.ST:
A. IJ. Ml'HPIIY.
Clerk V. 8. District Court.
Harry Cnir was idiot and Instantly
killed yesterday ut Syracuse, N. V
by a fellow bo.uder, who llred H urn
dom bullet ovei his shoulur, thinking
he.vvas thie.iteuid b) lobbers.
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costs 50c; when mixed
with a gallon of gaso
line, it makes a full
gallon of the best pol
ish known today.
Nothing can equal it
for metal fixings of
ships, saloons, build
ings, autos, etc.