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EVENING nUU.ETIN, HONOLULU, T. It.. MONDW, NOV. 1. 1909.
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One man is lame d!nih;;
wear cni.chcs. This is practically the argument the
prohibition p-jople make in regard to the liquor ques
tion. Uecjuise two or three men use liquor to excess
prohibition wouKl compel a hundred temperate men
to follow the rule of total abstinence. The fox that
lost his t.'il and tiied to induce his fellows to discard
theirs v;is much ivu-rc fair-minded than this. He, at
least, used jvrsutiMon rather than force, for he argued
th-.tt it was much more comfortable to be without a
taii than with one
That there is much good in beer all thinking
people must admit. The food value of the barley
malt is ccrtainj" so are the tonic properties of hops;
and all authorities agree that the small amount of
alcohol found in beer.-.less than 3 per cent in PR I MO
BJiliR- is mildly stimulating and beneficial.
If 1! notl p:op!e will drink beer they will longer retain the bloom
of jo.!i pon their checks and prevrve their bodilv vfeor.
The beer to dnr.k in Hawaii is
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Asti Wines Again In the Lead
Seattle, Wash., Sept. 21, 1909.
The official list of awards just published by the Alaska-Yukon-Pacifio Exposition shows
that the ITALIAN-SWISS COLONY has received the highest award for their California Wines.
They have received the only Grand Prize awarded on California Sparkling Wints for
their ASTI SPECIAL DRY, and, in addition to this, the ITALIAN-SWISS COLONY has also
received twenty (20) Gold Medals for the following varieties: TIPO, red and white; Spark
ling Burgundy, Burgundy, Chablis, Claret, Port, Zinfandel, Haut Sauterne, Muscat, Maderia,
Riesling, Sauterne, Tokay, Cabernet, Sherry, Angelica; Grapo Brandy; Isco Grape Juice,
white; Icco Grape Juice, r:d.
UTi I nlw:rM
Wood and Coal. Important !
Wo only ask a trial order. We will then endeavor so to treat you
that v.c will gain your permanent trade.
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co.,
Phone 281. Fort Street, Below Merchant.
Transfer Co., Ltd.
QftUture and Piano Moving.
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10 Quit me (JUmole
A microscope affords amusement which is instructive.
In the hands of adults or youths the microscope develops
a broad interest in nature and cultivates valuable habits of
We carry the best and complete equipment, such as
necessary apparatus for making "mounts," pocket magni
fying glass, dissecting set, glass slides, etc. We invite
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.,
Fort St., near Hotel.
asj.j ' trja;
1 1-4 acres at Kalihi Valley, with
five-room cottage. Free Water. Hen
Houses. Stables. 1.100 ft. Wire
netting; fence. 300 Bananas, etc.
4 doz. Hens. Wh. Plymouth Rocks
and Wh. Leghorns. Good Hone and
Buggy. All for
Also 2.4 acres unimproved, adjoin
P. E. R. Strauch
74 S, King St. '
M. F. Scott Wins Point
In n decision written liy Chief Jus
tlfu llarluol! the Tcirltorlnl Supreme
Com t this mnriilnx huidcil now it 11 lc
cMun ruttnlnliiK the ilccivo or Clicnlt
Jinlgo Hoblnion In the case of thu
Kcma IJou hjpiiiuit (.')., Juinex I). Cns
tle. V, I). Mujlnc'tcr, West lUwnll
Itnllitiart mill Im vc.opmciil Co nsilnst
M. V 8cott, .f tie U Scott William
It. Castle, trnrtie, uml II. F l:illli'
ham. The cue wan 'in appeal by thu plain
tiffs nimct from a iltcreu dissolving
mi Injunction Issued upon Ilia Ming of
n Mil nsklm: fur tin Injunction to re
iti.iln tlio ilefi'iiil-mls Sonti mill Ills
wife fit) m piticwdltiK In i.ny action In
nsnnii)Hlt nt!iliii)l the Inn Develop
nient Company to tecoer the sum oC
J7I19I97. with Interest, for brcYch
cf n contract betnrcn McStockcr ninl
Scott for fiirnlhhliiK money to Scotc
to pay lcntH ninl plant 200 acres of
emu and culthate that area together
with three Imntlrecl ncre ulready In
cane, .McStocker to form 11 cnipurntlou
to furnish capital and facilities for
hantlllnt; the sugar aljl above $40,700
f the net prtirccls going to Scott.
".Mr. and Mrs. Scott demurred to tlio
bill for want of iqulty or showing to
warrant etjult In Interfeilng with the
cvocirtlon of the Unit becauru plain
IIITh havo not done cquttj In taking the
Whltmarsh fields ntid hanestltig the
crop thereon, that Scott Is entitled
under the agreement to bring the nc
Hon, that matters of cqultnblu de
fenses In 4ho nctlon had been suttletl
by agreement, misjoinder of plnlntlrfH
ns James II. Cattle, Mc3toc'(cr, tlio
rnllroad rompin) and Koni Develop
incut Co. have no claim for relief
ngalnst Scott or his wife or to any
equitable defense to tlio nctlon; mis
joinder of defendants W. It. Castle
and Dillingham ns they nro doing or
threatening to do nothing ndvorsc to
any of the plaintiffs and have no
claim against any of them. Iieforo
hearing on their demurrers tho de
murrants moved that thu Injunction bo
'dissolved for want of equity, which
notion was rtrantcd
"Nclthpr the dcrlantlon In thp ac
tion nor the bill In equity presents any
question which ronlie to bo muse I
upon by n con-. of equity or which Is
not cognizable In n court of law. Tho
plaintiff's claim to be entitled to nn In
junction on the ground tint tho action
Is In tlnlntlcn of the ngieemcnt to ar
bltrato or .Nino (! IBIS, requires that
tho right reserved to bring an action
In three month' If no settlement were
reached M arbitration or otherwise,
bo restricted to a suit In equity, nut
the agreement reserves tho right to
bring any action or actions, suit or
suits and leaves Scott at liberty to
select whatever remed Is appropriate
whether In liw or equity.
"Wo seo nn Inadequacy of tho legal
lemndy In consequence) or Its requiring
a money Jildiment while notes me de
posited with a tiuitoe to satisfy such
Judgment If nnv Is untie for It Is to
be presumed tint they would he ap
plied In pome'U of the Ju-'gnicnt ore
cludlng an lim of execution. There
Is no trust which Is shown to require
regulation or enforcement or tho vio
lation or which Is apprehended. A
case Is not shown "In which thiro are
more than two parties having distinct
rights or Interest which c-uuint be
Justly nnd (Infinitely decided nnd ml
Justed In ono nctlon nt the common
law." (Sec. 1831 It. I), since In order
to ascertain whether tho Kona Devel
npnicnt Co. the defendnnt In the ac
tion Is Inlebted ns claimed llieieln no
distinct rights or Interests nro In
volved other than thoso or tho pirtle
to tho acton and Iheie are nnno which
ciiniiot li Juit decided ind adjusted In
the action Ollllnghnm'H claim on his
Judgment does not require him to be
a party derondnnt."
Don't miss the Thanksgiving linen
sile at Sachs. Oreat bargains that
thotild prove a great Inducement lor
the housewiro to Mock up Tor tho ho.
The woman on tho right never
used Ajer'a Hair Vigor. Sho neg
lected her hair,r-nd now herself suf
fers from neglect. On tho contrary,
tho woman on the loft has always
used Ayor'a Hair Vigor, and owes
to it much of her youthful appear
unco and attractiveness.
produces beautiful hair. Long,
ri,, heavy hiir. Soft and silky
hair, freo from dandruff.
twi ty O-. I. C. Air fc Co , t...li. Hut., U.S..
Let her use or
dinary soap for ordinary
But, for the finer
things for lawns, dimi
ties, colored goods and
everything else that re
quires special care in
laundering she should
use Ivory Soap; and none
Why Ivory Soap? Because
it is pure soap and nothing else.
No ".free" alkali in ft; no
coloring matter j no chemicals.
99So Per Cent Pure
READY JOR SESSION
K.crj thing is In readiness lor the
convening of the special session of
the Legislature at 10 o'clock to
morrow morning. The finishing
preparations were completed this
morning at tho Capitol, the Tlnotio
room being icndy lor the Hmise of
Representatives and the state din
ing room of monnrchtal dujs liclng
in it like condition for the memhers
of the Senate;
Promptly nt 10 o'clock the two
branches of tho Legislature will be
called to order, W. O. Bmlth wield
ing the gavel ns President of the
Senate nnd I.. A. Holstcln na Speaker
of tho llouso of Representatives. As
to the personnel of tho two houses,
It Is .understood that John Wlso will
net as clerk of the Senate in the ab
sence of tho veternn hand of Wll
llnm Savltlge, who found it neces
sary to decllno to serve at the spe
cial session. Just at present Wlso Is
cnjojlng a vacation from his work
n holllclal translator of the archives
department. He stated this morn
ing that he was "after" the position,
and thero does not seem to be much
doubt that he will bo selected for
The gcncial tendency among tho
lawmakers who aro now In Hono
lulu In answer to tho call for the
special session Is to wait until they
hear tho C5overnor'B message read
tomorrow before assuming any defi
nite or final stand upon the question
involved Jn the tentative amend
ments to the Organic Act that aro
fnvorcd by dovornor Prcar and
Prince Kuhlo, tho Delegate to Con
gress. The message will not bo a lengthy
document and will deal In general
terms with the questions Involved.
It Is understood that It will be a
document of about 1,000 words and
Its general tenor will be In advocat
ing n line of policy nnd action in ac
cordance with the sample bill that
will accompany it. This bill will be
ns nlready published, embodjlng the
results of the confctcnce discussions
which preceded tho issuance of the
call for the special session. This
will start tho Legislature on some
thing tangible on which , to base
their discussions and enunciation of
principles, whether the suggested
nmendmnets are approved In tholr
entirety, ns Is improbable, not to say
Impossible, or a substitute and gen
eral compromise reached for tho
general good of tho Territory.
Declaring that at the tlmn of her
marrlago sho was only 13 cnrs of asa
Margaret Chong by her guardian nd
litem. Lena Anderson, tins brought suit
for tho annulment of hor mnnlago to
(Jimnes .Manuel naptlste.
Tho complaint saja thnt two days
after her marrlntrn Mnrrlnpn rhnn?
was placed In tho Salvation Army
iiomo, vwiero sno is at tho present
The Hawaiian band will trlvn a imh.
He concert this evening at Emma
bquaro at 7:30. Tho following nro-
ginm will bo mulcted:
March Vacation Tclko
Oveiture Raymond Thomas
Duots Souvenir (now) Dlcgar
Vocal Hawaiian songs.. ai. by Hoiger
uarltono Solo Rocked In tho Cradle
of tho Deep , Rolllnson
Onvotto Clicus I'llcgo
l initio lleglnnlug Iloigoi
Tho Star Spangled Manner.
, SOON COMMENCES.
Hie largo suction dredge was
towed to n position off WalMkl this
morning, nnd with the nid of pon
toons, n lino of plpo will soon extend
to the mud flat nnd duck ponds or
that district, which aro to be filled
with tho dredging fimn oft shoio.
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
On Monday Next, November 1st,
Wash Goods Department
Valuei from 15c to 30s will be offered at the ridicu
lously low figure of
Sec window display for bargaini.
FOR LITTLE PRICES
Fine quarter-sawed oak buffets for about half what
they have ever been sold for in Honolulu. Also some others
made of ash at even creator bargains. It will nay you to
call this week. We must clear them out to make room for
new Holiday goods.
HONOLULU WIRE BED CO.,
King and Alakea.
At All Watchdealers.
Agent fcr Hawaiian Islands.
Cor. FORI and KINO Sts.. Hoi"4a1
WING CHONG CO.
' KINO 8T. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresses
etc, Etc. All kinds of K0A ana
MISSION FURNITURE Made T
King Street, Ewa of Fishmarket.
DRY Q00DS AND FURNIbHINO
O00DS of EVERT DE
SCRIPTION. WAII CHONG CO.
DRY Q00DS AND TAILORING.
Everything absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
WAVZRLiY BLK. HOTEL 6T.
WING ON CHONG
Bring your pictures in and we'll
design frame to ysur satisfaction.
Bethel. 0pp. the Empire.
Po 0. Box 771.
Hade up the latest or any style.
Fort and Beretania Sts.
LADIES' WOOL SWEATERS
SILK AND KID GLOVES
SILK LISLE HOSIERY
Miss Kate Woodard
1141 Fort Street.
Dressmaker from Paris. Stylish
Dresses, tailor-made specialties. Rea
sonable prices. Harrison Block,
Beretania and Fort streets.
FRENCH and EYELET
MRS. J. ROSENBERG
Alexander Young Hotel.
"For Rent" cardt on tale at
the Uulletln ottlco.
J. S. Bailey.
Who has taste and wish
es to buy a perfect
"home in the beautiful
residence district of
Makiki. We have a
which cost to build
$16,000, and the land
alone having a value
of $5,000. The owner -will
sell and is willing
to saorifice the place '
A lovely bungalow; 3
rooms. Lot 100x150. 4,700.00
A home on Kapiolani St.
8 rooms. Lot 75x125. 3,700.00
Lot near car line 800.00
A 6-room bungalow. Lot
176x436, near Waia
lae Road 1,550.00
Six-room cottage; newly
and repaired; lot 50x
Seven -room cottage, on
lot 75x140 1,600.00
Seven-room house, on lot
planted with fruit
trees; everything in
apple-pie order. Lot
50x150. A bargain.. 2,750.00
A Bargain ,
On Fort St. A six-room
house . , . , , 850.00
Don't put off until to
morrow what you
should do today. To
morrow never comes.
Good times are com
ing to Hawaii, and
what are bargains to
day will not be avail
able tomorrow. We
have over 300 proper
ties listed. Call and
see us about them.
Phone 152. 82 Kinu St.
A. V, GEAR, MANAGER.
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