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OT$P l( r q EVEXINO BULLETIN, HONOLPLP, TV 1!.. HI11DAY, DEC, 17, IflOO. , 1
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! BOUGHT TO PLEASE 1 T0 CONVENTION
The fancy of the Christinas buyer was our thought
when buying for the 1009 Holiday trade. That we caught
the fancy we believe fiom the daily showing of satisfac
tion by our customers.
A late arrival here are some Fancy Trimmed Hats.
V The Holiday line is n complete as judicious buying
would permit. The toy line is unsui passed. A fine dis
play of i;rass linen.
Whe.i marketing come on to our store. We will make
you welcome, even though you do not buy.
WAH YING.CHONG CO.,
King St., Ewa Fish Market.
This Shows What Our Customers Think!
Repeat orders have comj in from every first customer we have had
for wood and coal. It is the best indication of our customers' satisfac
tion. If you send us your order we will guarantee you satisfaction and
endeavor to make you a regular customer by giving full measure, best
quality and the lowest prices.
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co.,
Office Fort St., Below Bcretania. Phone 281
Have You Tried!
Ask Your Grocer For It.
WITTY SPEECHES ARE
FEATURE OF BANQUET
Wi Castle Thinks Rubber Prospects
in Hawaii Are Bright Dan Lo.
gan and C. D. Lufkin Mirthful
With "Elastic" Speeches.
Tim llnwnllnn Htlbber Growers'
Association brought ll,!r 'hlrtl 1,n"
mini convention to n close jcatcrilay
with n banquet, at the Young Hotel.
Among those present were Fred U
Wnhlron, It. S. Ilosnier, V. V.
Thner, I, G tltntkmnn, Q. Q. llrml
ford, .lames I-. Coke. T. M. Church,
C. .1. Austin, 0. II. Munloch, Charles
li.ihluln. II. Strcuheck. U! C. Mno
sny, John Hill. K. A. Wndsworth, C.
U I.ufkln, Dan Logan, u. k. rcwnri.
Dr. A. II Clarke, II. 11. llooth, 11.
Vim Datum. It J. l'rntt, M. V. Kora
tcr, W. A. Anderson, J. Clarke, Jr..
A. U Cuntle. c, T. 1. Wnterhouso
nml V. It. dalle.
Krcil L. Wnhlron. who, during
the course of the, convention hnd
been unnnlmouRl) elected President
for the ensuing ear. acted us toast
master. After the Inner man hnd
been sntlslled the members of the
Association gavo themselves over to
n Jolly evening. Speech making was
Indulged In, and the prospects for n
successful jear dlstussed. The fen-
l.. .. . ..li1.i. ir.lWllll- 1(1 ninxifii
und South America, gnve It as his
opinion that the n"wr Industry hnd
Just ns good possibilities In tlio lln
wnllnn Islands ns nu where else.
Dnn l.ognn, who wns Introduced ns
the fnther of the rubber Industry In
Hawaii, kept eerbody In roars or
hutghtcr when he told his hearers
how he ciimq lo gain that title. 0.
U. Lufkin also raised many a laugh
b his punning remarks on "elastic
There arc no small farmers in Ha
waii In the sense Unit, stnnll holders
of Inml oh the mainland are termed.
Yet a man with a small holding of it
few acres, close to a rubber planta
tion, could dispose of his latex to
profltnble udvnntngc. It Is not every
tunn wltTi n small holding thnt can
nfford to plnnt onl) rubber trees.
It takes nt le.ist six jonis before
these enn bo lapped, and unless
catch crops uro grown between tho
rows' of rubber, It wilt be all cnpltnl
going out nud nothing coming In.
The difficulties which confront tne
binnll fnrmer In Hawaii are greater
thnu those which confront n main
land farmer, owing to the cost of
trnnsportntlon, etc. Hut Inking ev
erything into account .the llnwnllnn
rubber growers feel thnt their pre
liminary offorts to establish rubber
plantations lime not been in vain,
n nd tire confident that In the near
future they will reap tho reward due
them for all the anxious moments
spent In establishing this Industry.
Following are the nnmes of the
officers elected for the ensuing jenr:
President Fred L. Wnldron. vice
president, C. D. Lufkin; secretary
tees, W. W.
Thnver and W. W.
RECORDS MISSING IK
THE SUOAR-TRUST CASE
hire of the evening was the speech nni( treasurer, D. C. Llndsa J
liy W. II. ensue, woo poimcu uui
lli.it tho fostering of other ngrlcul
tuiat Industries other than the grow
ing of sugar would he the saving or
tho Territory If a time evei came
when sugar cjroppcil to n point
where It beenme no longer profitable
to raise It.
Mr. Castle gno n very interesting
lesume of his experiences with vnr
tcd industries In Haw nit. He spoke
at length on rnnilc and how the
llrttlsh government hnd offered a
prize of 5,000 pounds for n machine
Hint would properly decorticate am)
clean tho fiber and nt the same tlmo
he portable. The speaker then
touched upon banana and taro grow
ing, nt ull of which ho hnd lost
money. The pith of Mr. Castlo's
tnlk wns thnt nil Industries
NEW YOIIK, December 2. The
Government encountered n check to
day In Its prosecution of the Ame
rican Sugar Refining Company, when
It developed thnt documentary evi
dence nnd many witnesses Important
to the Government's ense hnve dis
appeared The missing documents
were records kept by city weighers,
nnd neither the documents nor the
men who kept them could be found
Hut although tally sneetr wero
misting, -the Government was nble
nro to Introduce testimony showing thnt
thankless to tho pioneers who in- cAory scale on the "WilltnmsburB
troduce them, and drew nttentlon to docks of the company hnd been tnm
the fact that few of the original su- orcd with,
gar people now own any of the ' t
plantations. i'ii i 1 1 iu ,n ov -m
Government and Medical Men Look
Deeply Into the New Mvstery
English Authority Speaks on
COLUMWA, S. C, Nov. 3. Unfil
ed by one of the most mysterloui
dlsenses with which It wns ever con
fronted nnd which lias spread rap
idly, especially In the south, medi
cal science began .here today to grap
ple with the new problem. Tho
strnnge disease Is pellagra, concern
ing which little Is known. Rxperts
from this nnd other countries nro In
nttemtnnce nt tho national pellagra
conference, which will continue Its
cessions probably three da) a.
Indicative of the profound Inter
est manifested In the disease not
only In this but In foreign countries
is tho fact that from what was pro
posed ns n purely local gnthering of
plijslclans, tho conference developed
Into one of International character.
Government It Represented.
rno federal government Is keenly
alive to the importance of the con
ference, being rcprsented by offlcrs
of tho public health and mnrlno hos
pital servlco nnd, of the nrmy.
Hookworms with Pellagra.
"The treatment of early pellagia
cases without mental symptoms," Dr.
Snndwlth snld, "can be successful by
putting the patient On n liberal diet,
excluding mnizc, nnd by ridding him
of the hook worms, which so often
nro co-existent', but the pellagrous
smptoms return If ho Is allowed to
resumu a diet of musty mnlzo. Vari
ous preparations of arsenic are used
In ndanced cases, but when the brain
Is attacked there Is small hope for
the patient, unless serotherapy Is
used. Pellagra Is essentially a dis
ease which cries for preventive mea
"Well-to-do peoplo In pellagra dls.
IrlctB. living on varied diet and con
suming mnlze as nn occasional and
iuh n siapie ceieai, usually escape
WHITNEY & MARSH, Ltd
The prisoner wolghed over three
hundred pounds. "What Is the defend
nnt charged with, officer?" queried tho
magistrate. "Obstructlni; tho side,
walk, jour honor." replied the police-man.
Our Stock of
is still, complete, including ihe ever
popular "Dorothy Dainty" Sets
of hair bows or hair bows and sash to .
m tch, in pretty fancy boxes.
Fine quality J'lain TAFFETA
RIBBON, 4 i-2 in. wide,
Special at - - - ZJC
FINE FANCY WOVEN RIBBON
6 1-2 inch wide, m xrr
Special at. - - 5C YQ
"To-morrow will bo my birthday."
remarked tho fair typewriter maid,
"and I'm going to take a day ofr."
"Huh!" sneered tho bookkeeper, who
Intd loved and lost, "why don't ou
tnkn nve years off ns 3011 did the Inst
tlmo jou hud a birthday?"
Bulletin Business Offloe Phone 2SS.
.,lltn TMItnri1 Pnntp Vhnnf 18
If You Don't Know
That onr sodas are the best to be had in the city, it
ii because yon have never tried them. A trial case will
convince von that in the manufacture of soda water we
are'in r. class bv onrselves.
Consolidated Soda-Water Works Co., Ltd.
JOHN SCHI1EFF, Manager.
Weekly Bulletin 81 frer Year
New and Stylish
Made by us
from the other Islands and Townspeople should not deny themselves the pleasure of calling
at Kerr's, Honolulu's greatest department store:
OUR TOY DEPARTMENT IS ONE OF THE SIGHTS WORTH SEEING, '
Here we have thousands of Toys ranging in price from 5c to $25.00 and an assortment
that cannot be duplicated in Honolulu.
SANTA CLAUS CONTEST
for the BIG DOLL and the FRENCH MOBILE is getting very keen and if you do not want
the votes for your own child save them as you are sure to be asked for them. Vote early
and often. See list in window.
Honolulu's Ideal Store for Men
Wishes to lay special emphasis on its splendid exhibit of men's suits sal
ine from $0.00 to $60,00 each, made of the very best material and in
the latest shades and styles, such as grey overplaids, shadow and self
fctripes, and plain effects; also several shades of green and brown. Every
suit splendidly lined and hand finished by experts.
-Ladies Lace Coats and Waists
From AMERICA'S foremost makers at prices that take the ECONOMY
SEEKERS bv surprise. Rain Coats, Skirts, Waists, Full Suits at prices
never equaled in Honolulu before. '
100 SKIRTS FROM ONE OF AMERICA'S LEADING MAKERS.
No two alike, Price from $5.00 to $20.00 each.
You need a new and stylish pair of shoes for Christmas, and we
have them in the largest and best assortment in the city and at any
price you may desire. , '
Come and hear, the musio and see Santa Claus dance at 7 o'clock
L B. KERR & CO., LTD.
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