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EVENING nUlLCTlN, HONOLULU, T. If., WEDNESDAY, TOB. 3, 1909.
tho ability of Lydin K. I'inklinm's VcKetnblc Compound to euro
female UN nro miucstecl lo uiito to nny or all of tlio women wlioso
correct names nnd lulilresses nro Riven below, unci see what they
say you lire not obliged to tftko our word for it uslc tho
women who know from jiersonnl e:.ierIciico that Lyilia h. I'lnKhuiu tf
Vegetable Ciniouiul win una Hues
OMlirn-Stn. W I IHHon, HoutoNo. 3.
Hilllmsallc-Mri l'.tl Ih.tiuiiw, not IM.
ri.nl.. M,. T. A f'rllib.
,driDLtn V. lUtirr, lloute No. t.
Mrl. Itaehel .lohnaoo.
Moiler-Mr Maty Hall.
Henlti-Mta. Una Folkel.
ltitrton lewMr. Feter Lanennabn.
flrteaao ytt AlTenaoerlliiB.lllAliirdonPI
FWeiro-Mra. Wllllam1ull),4ioVieti Vve.
Cbleaiio-Mn. Harriet Janetiltl, 9UJ3 l.ymau
South Itenil-Mr,. Fre.1 L'ertla, Mil 8. Laray.
T-lnclieter-Vr. May Ileal.
ludlaiianoliiMri A. T. AnJerion, IJ0. I.
I In.lley-Mra May Fry.
I'Miillelon-MK MayMariliall.il It , No 44
iwer-Mr. William olrlob. It. F II No. I.
ludlanapoll"- HeleV.l'l r, a H.A,I.Miii St.
lJgunler-Mri. l.ll.ii Wood, It. F. II. No. 4.
Jlelbcume-Mr.. Clara Wat-rm-uin, ll.F.IU
Klniley-Mn. Stella HKTonl lleaman.
llanlitowtl Mr .Iiwepli Halt.
I.011UVIII0 Mra Sam Ie. XJ3 4tti SI.
Noali-.Mra. Unlti llollanj,
Mcuteffiit lira. O. A taperoue.
Ixvl.ton-Mra ItrnrT clmitlet.MOirorit St.
BoutbWret llarkir-Mra Lillian ItoU.li.t.Mt.
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Itockland Mra. Will Yomip.eColumbU Are.
Haballo-Mrl. II. W Mllrliell, lloi 3.
llaui..ta.l-Mr. .lot II llandy.
ltoikury-Mra Francl Merkle, M 1elJ SI "
Woreeaier Mra. ItoatlTa Cote, 117 Houtbiate
Faw Paw Emma lrair
Iletrolt Mra. Iiulfe .lunii, 333 Cheatnut St.
Seottrllle-Mra. ,1. (I John.on, It. F. II. No. 3.
Iletrolt Mra. A. Fredmore, 3!Cli.'otte Ale.
Flu.MiiB-.Mr. Hurt Wd, U. F. II. No. 3,
fare of II. A. Sanborn.
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HartlrTllte-Mr. Woulion lltaniletler.
JoiieihMri. Alice HulTman.
III ItunMra. V K. Fooler.
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WeilejTllle-Mti. Slwale Kit.r, It. F. II. t.
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The Mayor and Board
Agreed On One Point
Tlio tllrtputc relative to llto tjipoIniJ
infill tit ttoptitles anil nnsUlniita lu tlio
olllcc tit tliu City nnd County Clerk
wnH nnilcabty Bottled between the
Mnor nml Doaid of Suncrtlsors at
last night's meeting.
Immediately after tlio rending of tlio
minutes, Supervisor l.ognn inood that
the order of buslnens be suspended.
He then nuked His Honor If ho hud
taken nny notion with regard to the
granting of oftlcc assistants to the City
Mid County Clerk. In reply. Mayor
Peru Instructed the Clerk to read tho
follow Ing communication;
"Application having been mado to
nio by tho Cljy nnd County Clerk for
ndditloiiHl deputies, clerks or em
ployes. In nccoidanco with section No.
145 of the Municipal Act, 1 have mttdo
Investigation us In the need of such
additional nsslstni.ee, mid nnd the
"1 therefore recommend to the Hoard
thnt tho Clerk bo authorized to appoint
ns his oRlco staffi
"One Chief Clerk,
"Ono stenogrnphcr nnd typewriter.
making n total office start of four.
(Signed! 'JOSE.'H J. FI.HN,
Supervisor Ahla then offered u mo
tion authorizing tho employment of the
deputies nnd clviks nnd flvlug their
iiilarles ns follows: Chief ch'ik, $120;
clerk $S0; stenographer nnd typewrit
er $100, mid tyiiewrltcr, 40 per month.
The resolution having been iinnnt
moiisly passed. Supervisor I-ognn made
it motion that Ordlnanco No. 4, rein
tlvo to the npiiolntmcnt of deputies to
the City and County Clerk, be laid on
the tuble. Carried unanimously.
The Hoard Committee on Koads nnd
llrldgcs then presented two reportH,
tho uilnptlou of which was moved by
SupcrxlKor (Jiiluu. Ills Honor refused
to pm the question, stating Hint the
names nlflxcil t olho report were not
tho members of the committee In ques
Tho usual procecdurc was gone
through with nnd Iignn put tho ques
tion.' Itesolutlon passed, only Model
Inn voting "no."
The Hoard Committee, on Roads anil
Drldges then presented' tho payroll de
mands Nos. 41 and 37, asking that sal
ary warrants bo Issued to William Ka
ne and Sol. l'eck ofl.wa and Walanap,
and Koo!auoko respectively,
The Mayor again th-cllncd to put tho
What Members of Mer
Have To Say
.,.l i.i. ...- I. l.b.,ul
"-' i " for ti10 delegates, acting on Instruc
pokus," remarked a mombcr of tho.,.. -m .,...,....
Meichnnts' Association this morning,
when speaking of tho coastwlso ship
ping law suspension.
I'rovlous to this remark being mado
another member of tho Merchants' As
sociation called at tho D u 1 1 e t i n of
fice and called attention to a stuto ot
affairs that existed In Hnwall previous
to annoxatlou, and tho patriotism now
"When It was thought that tho Is
lands would be annexed to tho United
States somo of tho local slipping firms
Invested u consldorablo sum of money
In llritlsh Iron vessels. TJiese wore
put under the; Hawaiian flag In antlcl
patlon of their eventually coming und
or the American flag and added to tho
American fleet when tho Islands
should bo annexed.
"In order that tlio Republic of Hn
wall might show Its patriotism a law
was passed putting a stop to tho reg
istering of theso foreign ships under
tho Hawaiian flag. Wo were patriotic
then. It I remember rightly tliu
steamship China was the last Urltlsh
ship to be put under the Hawaiian flag
boforo tho bars wero put up. Sho Is
now nn American steamer.
"Wo were then told that It was not
patriotic to do such things nnd wu
promptly held om selves to rulo of pat
ilotlsm. Now when It comes to pat
ronizing foreign ships nnd strengthen
ing their hold In the Pacific, tho patri
otic sldrt of It Is forgotten.
"It Is a good deal like the old rmntli
of Julys In Honolulu. Everybody woio
a flag In tho biittonholo la those days.
Now, how many do you see? Where
ban thu patriotism gono to? They nil
want tn travel In foreign Bhlps now,"
Refuses to Recede from the Stand
Taken on "Continuous
LONDON, Eng Jan. 22, Thorn
Is n growing Impression hero that tho
I'oweis will not be able to reconcile
their differences and that tho Inter-
question. Ixigan stepped again Into
tho limelight and the demands were
passed, McClcllan voting "no."
Supervisor Qtilnn, on behalf of the
Hoard Commltteo on Roads and
llrldgcs, presented a resolution direct
ing, that contracts for tho supplies
needed ,by tho department bo award
ed to the lowest bidders. The names
of the bidders were not stipulated In
tho report, but Qulnn snld that tho
omission came nbout through an over
sight and was not Intentional. He fur
ther stated that tho bids were In the
ofTIco of the City nnd County Clerk
where thc could be seen by anyone
Tho resolution was adopted, only Mc
Clellan voting "no."
Supervisor McClcllan, chairman of
tho Mayor's Committee on Roads and
nrltlgcs, then presented some salary
demands, Kane moved that the report
bo laid on thO table. Alctt wanted to
know whether the men mentioned In
tlio demands hod actually been em
ployed on the roads. Ho got no satis
faction. The report was laid on the
Supervisor Ahla, as chairman of the
Board's Committee on Public Kxpcn I-
Ittircs, presented demands to tho
amount of $294.70 for salaries of cm
ployos In the City and County Clerk's
offlco for tho last half of tho month of
January. Tho old routine was gone
through with, Lognn putting tho mo
tion, which passed.
Ordinance No. G, regulating the erec
tion and maintenance of lodging
houses In the neighborhood of public
schools, was given Its final reading
Kano voted "no" when the ordlnanco
camo up, his being tho only negative
Supervisor Logan announced that, It
having been charged that tho Roard
was carrying on the payroll a man who
was not doing anything, ho would
movo that the status of the secretary
or tho Honolulu Klro Dcpaitment be
referred to tho Committee on Klro De
partment and felcctrlc Lights for In
Supervisor Qulnn stated that a now
cnglno Is needed to operate tho rock
crusher. Aylctt wanted the matter
referred to the County Engineer.
Qulnn "He Is a civil engineer; he
knows nothing nbout steam engines."
Aylott "Well, ho ought to, If ho In
Tho matter,, was finally referred to
tho Road Cosimlttco.
Tlio meeting adjourned until 10
o'clock Thursday morning.
national naval conference which op
ened hero last month Is doomed to
Great Ilrltaln Is working, desper
ately to prevent this and she cancel
ed the meeting called for this morn
ing after arranging that the commit
tees shall take up tho discussion of
technical subjects only.
Theso committee meetings will be
continued until the delegates whoso
Insistence that the views ot their
Governments shall prevail brought
about the deadlock, have received
more definite Instructions.
A vt Akliifi In laifilia.tn.1 l a t. t Mta.
"'""" llltiuucu 111 una Kruup,
tlons from Washington, refused par
ticularly to concede anything on the
question of "continuous voyages."
This question Is regarded as vital by
tho United States and having made
concessions to other Powers on points
regarded by them to bo vital, sho Is
looking for a llttlo reciprocity. Great
Ilrltaln Is partly responsible for this
situation, having suffered during the
Russo-Japanese war from the enforce
ment of a principle which she had
always upheld and In which America
agreed with her. Sho has now been
partly converted to the continental
The International naval confer
ence was called by Great Ilrltaln to
frame a codo of laws for naval war
fare and to establish the internation
al prlzo court as recommended by The
Haguo peace -conference, Tho con
ference was to determine as many
definite principles of maritime Inter
national laws as possible.
EVERY WOMAN'S DUTY IS
TO BECOME A VENUS.
Chicago, Jan. 14. Suzanno Cocroft,
In an address to her sex, says It Is the
sacred duty of ovcry woman to becomo
"Glossy hair, pearly teech, tho glls
toning cyo," said Miss Cocroft, " tiro
not signs of woman's vanity. They aio
tho powerful tools that sho may wield
for good and It Is her duty to uso
them, neauty Is educative. A grace
ltd statue, a beautiful landscape, edu
cates and Inspires, Why should not
the graceful form or tho beautiful face
do tho name?
"Nowadays mon haven't tho tlmo to
lslt art galleries, but w onion can
bring the beauties of tho urt galleries
Into tho homo. Every woman can bo
r Venus. You can't change hone, to
bo sine, but you can change- tho mold
of tho flesh to suit yourselves."
Suhpena discloses government u-i
plaintiff In grnnd Jury proceeding i
against New York World.
Abrnzzl plans to rcnounco rank to
marry Kathcilnu Hlklns.
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Fiscal Agent Mayflower Mine,
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