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EVENINO tiULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II.. TUHSDAY, .IAN. 4, 1910.
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Exact Copy of Wrspftr.
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You must not expect to have ycur clothes successfully dyed unless
jou employ scientific dyers. The F. THOMAS DYEING) WOIIKS are
such. We arc the agents,
FRENCH LAUNDRY; J. Abadic, Prop.
ir 238 Bcrctania 5trect. Telephone lOl:
PIPES and CIGAR BOXES. MATCH$6AFES. SHAVING
CUPS, IIIRROR, MIIIWRY BRUSHES, WATCHES, STUDS,
LINK BUTTONS, SCARF PINS, RINGS, and a host of other
All goojs guaranteed as rcpicscnted. Prices nrc right.
M. R. COUNTER .
1028 Nuuanu St.
Look Out For Ants
AFTER THE RAIN. IT'S THE TIME THEY GET INTO
THE REFRIGERATOR AND THE PANTRY. "BLACK
f MARIA" IS A GOOD THING. TO DRIVE THEM FROM
THE HOUSE. SOLD ONLY BY US.
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Buildinpt Will Be Dedicated When
Small Balance Has Been Paid
usic and Dancing Were In
Simple ninl Informal were tho or'
eicUca Hint marked the opening of
tlio new 1'iloiy of St. Andrew's Cn
thcdral Inst night. After n couple
of selections lnul been plned by tlio
Kojui Hawaiian llanil. the girls of
thn liiRtlttitlon, In spotless whUe
uiul headed by their respective
tcnihcra, filed Into the pretty ora
tnry. Owing to the iriBcnio of a
iiiiinbcr of vlrltors niul inombeis of
the tiitheilml cutigri-pntlnii, tlio ora
tor) was early lllleil nnil extra seats
I ml to lie piovlileil Tor Into joiners
In the corililorB nnd mljicent rooma.
In Hie tenter of the stage hung a
largo oil p tinting of the late Queen
Hmmn, through whose generosity
Hie pi lor) wns lnrgel mnde n possl
lilllty. Around the room hung plc
(ules of ninnj of the Bisters who
hnc been roiiueUcd with llie school
In.o It. Inrentltn. This oratory Is
Willi INU ,WIU"I
ere (tul and furnished In niiinor of
rJilunid iiomcrie riiKcy, priuiu mm
dot tor, who had hii large a part in
tin' foiindlni; of til In rhurtli In Ha
wnll nnd In the mtabllshliu of this
A brmH tnblet In IicIiik prepared
to bo put. In placti telllnfi tfiat the
omtor In In inemur. of Dr. l'use) of
Prist Illi I, dlu Hclliii, and of the
HlnteiB who tnmc to found the school,,
rue lniiuiiiou is to uie irom tiniu m
tlmii tlio panels or thU beautiful
rrntory ok nparc where brass tablets
will ie placed In memory of those,
Inthnalcly Hsioclnted with St An
drw'ft Priory, whether uh olffters or
pupils, who have departed this life.
Sisters Albcrtlnn .tint Ileatrlto,
who have been connected with tho
pi lory for so many cars, occupied
seats near tho platform, nnd during
the reception, after the pruKrnm
was concluded, the) held a little
tourt of their own.
Aftnr the pr:i)pig had been offered
Sip by ltt, Simpson, a tlass of girls
under .Miss I'lercc sang' Klco sours.
Thin was followed hy tho Illnliop's
uddiesn, which was read , by Ilev.
Hilts More KltiKlni; followed, the
exercises lIosIiik with an nddrcss by
William It. Castle, who npoKe in Ilit-
wallan; n iHiro dedicated to the
late Qupoii Kuinin, which was beau
tlfiiliy renilpred by llawnllan gills,
urtoiiipanled by the orRnnlst of the
tnthedial, after which the lllshop
I ronounced the benediction.
Tho now priory is of tho design
known as KngllBh scholastic (lothlc
Mid In n cry imposing structure. It
Lit- two stoiles in height, with a. main
building and two wings nt each end.
The building contains school rooms,
dans rooms, dining hall nnd kitchen,
dormitories and reception rooms.
The contract price wns S49.9&0,
to which has been added about 1800
for extras. Tho building through
out Is of concrete ro-lnforccd with
kteel bat s. When building opera
tions commented on Sunday, l'cb. 8,
100!, lllshop llestarlclc had on hand
$21,000, nnd It seemed a tremendous
undertaking to get tho rest. "Hut lie
kept pcialstently nt work with tho
result Hint funds kept pouring In.
Tho joung men's thank offering of
1907 was productive, of $10,000.
Tour gifts of $3,000 each, two In
the Islands nncl two fioni old friends
on the fiinlnlanil; -one gift of $2,000
and eight gifts of $1,000 each and
several gifts of $r.00 and $2G0
brought tho total of subscriptions
up to $49,293 The cost of the pri
ory as per contract price Is $49,9M.
With extras, such as nithltett and
superintendent, plumbing, hardware
and various Items, a grnnd total of
JfitiCOO was needed. Of this the
lllshop had received $49,293, si?
that there only remains to bo-pald
n sum of $ri,306,9C.
All debts nre paid to date, and
what remains to bo paid Is on the
contract, anil this Is not dun until
T lima frnti. tlit.i .l..,n n.l?,.. 1..
... ,wiu t.na mull, 4-tulIMIlg III
tho old building has gone Into tho
new one. Mis. llestnrltk in the
early port of 1909 began to solicit
minis for tho furnishing of tho new
irlory, and so successful Wns sho
that $5,78 1. 70 has beon rained for
When the balance on tho Contract
has been paid tho new building will
bo dedlcatod. Refreshments weie
fen eel In tho prettily decorated din
ing hall, after wllcli tho oungor
poopio indulged In n dance,
ASkin of Beauty is a Joy Forevei
DR. T. FELIX QOl'RAUD'S ORIENTAL
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On Fort Street below
PELE FLASHES FOR
Only Ore Kicker in the Crowd
Plenty of Poom for All in the
Mountain-Top Hotel .Best ex
cursion Ever Token Over,
AteonlliiK to tlio report of J, A.
Kennedy of the Inter-Inland Stenni
Navigation Company, tho Volcano put
on her bent till) nnd tucker for tho
" " exeurKloi.Ut who mndo
111 i Inlnnil ?Jnw Yflnr'n Anv.
There was only ono kicker nmoug
the whole lot who went iicjtoss the 'thought Hint ulcohollbin had brought
water, nnd ho didn't do any kicking till his system to such a statu that any
he was Culled on to pay seventj five. disorder lij the nature nf pneumonia
cents for it bottle of beer nnd n cock'
It Is staled that there was no plllkla
In regard to sleeping ncconunoilntlonj was cmplojed with T. II. Davk-s &
nnd other comfortH ns wero expcr-,Co. Of leto'liu had been making his
Icnccd by those who made the trip oul bonio nt tho Seamen's Institute,
last Fourth of July at the Volcano) The runcral took pi ico nt 1:30 this
houo. And there will bo nn more as afternoon from the Seamen's Chanel.
arrangements havo been, made to take
cam of any Blied crowd nt any time
In tho future.
Bride of One Day Opposed to Any
. Such Proceedings Says Shel(1"pc" B,rrct nml rolJ,,c,1 of a p"m"
T n j .amount.
Was Threatened Into Marriage
Will Apply for Separation.
Omar David Conger wants his wife
brought back to him, sho being at the
present time, according to Congers) McDufllo has been working on the uro '" UB0 CNCT ln'. Arrange
report, dtprlv oil of her lights nnd lib- cano for bonio time now nnd this morn- ments are under way for a new
erty by being detained In some place
unknown to him by her father, Thomas
W. Itavvllns. assisted by her brother,
William T. Ilnvv litis. -
On complaint of Sir. Conger, a writ
of habeat corpus was esterday Issued
out of Jifdgo Do llolt's court directing
tho father and brother of Mis. Conger
to produce tho person of his wife In
Conger states that ho was married,
to the present Mrs. Conger on Decern-1
ber 31. and that on tint nnxl ilnv ulie I
was taken from him, against her will Oil of Wlntergreen, Thymol, Clycerine,
and secreted. Etc., Used at a Simple Wash.
Mrs. Conger, It Is stated, tells n dif
ferent nini. nml in thn .nv.M iiint ui. " reallj seems Btrnngo that so mnnv
Is not detained from her husband
agalnnt her will, but left him of her
own ireo accord.
According to tho reported story or
the one-day brldo sho was forced Into
a marriago with Conger by threats,
and that 1.I10 no Informed the minister
who iierfornied tho ceremony.
Tho day following her marriage sho
eFe.1110,1 fmm i...r i,nci.n,i n.i J,
turned homo and has remained thcro
since, under no roatrnlnt whatever.
Mrs. Conger Is strongly oppozed to
over returning to her husband ug.iln
and It Is probable that action to annul
tho murrl.10 will bo btartcd,
POLICE COURT NOTES
Ihoio weie only n few cases -on
tho Pollco Court calendar jesterday,
and Jutlgo Andrnde quickly ills-
poncd of them. August Herring,
who is charged with malicious In-
juiy, nan 111s rase sent ovor until
inn. 17, j, a. Andeison was treat-
bii 10 u suspended sentento. ror n like
Soven Japaneso gamblers, who
weie citight rcdhandod, at J who wero
alt released on ball of US e.inli.l
preferred to forfeit their hall Instead
of facing tho Jmlgo.
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no iiriuiiis loriciicu ineir unii,
and u couple more wero fined $4 high-grade -Toll 'W tho Tomplor ills
each, 'i he New Ycfar. celebrations trlct, Kern Co, 'Carr-vvlll'soon com
weio loo much for the bunch. Tho plete Its thico-milo gravity dollvory
liollto repnit a very quiet time In Plpo line.
town nnd no trouble to spialc or. 1 This OiltdoinpaTgr Jgl llt nrcsent
like n nlaiitntlon wllii inn,, mi.i tna
Sam Hop appears (o hnvo g:von or sugur on hand, ready to ho shipped
tie Mello a tough time or It for tho on tho Incoming steamer,
four rounds thoy boxed In Illlo on An able manageniont', almost a
.Now Year's Day, The Chinese, was rquuio mllo or proven oil land, cheap
Iho qulel.or of the two, but do Mollo transportation of oil, high pilcca
teemed to hurt Sam with body with steadily Increasing demand for
l0WM' , c"- wlll.mnko this company nn early
Ah hook, who won tho Mnrathon dividend pajer, nnd for Hint reason
nee, al-o flgmed In a boxing mnlch the stock of this Tomplor Ranch Oil
at Hie Oalcty Theatei. Ho und Co. la recommended as a GOOD IN
lltiildakj, who weighed two pounds Vn.STMHNT by tho Lincoln Mori
moio than the Chinese, fought n Rime & r.nnn rv, r nn.. t- i..
draw, and theio wero several knock- Capitalization Is $1,000 000 dl
Icivvus lining tho mill, vldod into shares of si.nn n'h 1
lfi, editorial rooms 25C bun
ness office. These ara tha talanl"in
'numbers of the Bulletin offlca.
Are the ART GOODS shown in the
ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOP,
Kin;;. They are exclusive in most instant cs.
. PASSES AWAY
Pneumonia Cautes tne Death of
- VlRco Jacobscn at the Uuecns
Hospital Has Been Here Many
Vlggo Jncob'cn pinned away nt the
Queen's hospital jchtcrday afternoon.
Pneumonia was tho caimo of death.
Jarobsen was a wi-ll known char-
acter about this city and had been
hero a good many ears. During the
past few jenrn (ho drink habit had
taken a firm hold of him nnd It
would prove fatal.
Jacobscn was a native of Denmark.
When first coming to Ciu Islands ho
llcv. W. II. Illlns oinclatc-d.
HOLDUP MEN HAVE
. BEEN ARRESTED
Chief McDuirio niudo nn Important
capture jesterday when he nrrest-
ed u whole gang of oung toughs who
nro suspected of being hold up artists
If will bo remembcicd that a few
.weeks ago n Chinese was held up on
The pake put up a good fight, and
when his nstallants decamicd, he
plucklly followed them, Ono 'of the
toughs, seeing tho Chinese in his
wake, pulled out n revolver and flrodi'here nightly. There are now two
In the air In order to scare his victim.!0' tllC8e courts nt this post, nnd both
lug loped In a gang of eight bid chur.ibcr'c'1 ' names on both courts, and
ncteis. These jouths they aro al
under eighteen jears of age were
shown to tho Chlneno who wns robbed
and ho positively Identified two i
Wium n"5 tho. men who held hfni up
Tho matter will bo aired In tho J'ollce
Court tomorrow morning nnd It le
thought that tho enso will bo conclus
ho against the two nccuncd.
HOME CURE FOR ECZEMA.
''"'"" """Lr u,,r '" n"d Jcapout witn
,czcma- 'en It Is now no longer n'
' , "'"" " ioterrcen mixed
"" "'""". Kijcenno, etc., niaKcs n
""A,,""!1 '" ,J'"vl '" cllrQ-
, obl,tl"ate cases. It Is true, can-
J1'" , curc'1 ln n fe,Y 'In's. but there
'" absolutely no sufferer from cCzema
" ' Vr U,ei1 "'''' ilni,Ie wafh ani)
"hi "nt find immediately that wnminr.
f""y R00llllnB. calm, cool sensation
"lat comca "hen tho Itch Is taken
:wn'- ,nR""Hy "ixin nppljlng n few
"lm "' ,he wnsl' H'o remedy takes
, ' "l0 '"ll ls nl'iJed. Thcro is no
need of experiment the
Knows at once,
Instead of trjlng to compound ihr
oil of wlntergreen. thjniol, glycerine
etc.. In tho right proportions ourelve
wo nro using a prescription which I
universal! found tho most effective
It Is known as tho n. I), D, Proserin
""n, or Oil of Wlntergreen Compound
R l mado by tho D. D. D. Co. of Chi
cngo, and our long oiDoilon'm win.
'"is remedy lias given us great con
wicnco In Its merits. Honolulu Drug
". run sirect.
A Good Investment
Tho Tomplor Rnnch nil pn wiiii
000 nclca oil land, flowing oil wells
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unci nil us reservoirs filled with
,'iai a small block or them for sale
jr.t 30c while they last. Secure them
I'.li:. It. STRAUCH, x
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Is FORf DE RUSSY ITEMS !!
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Tho survoy ilotncluneiit under tho engineers first fnliie to this poil.J
command of Lieut. L. II. Wntklns, Scrgeaiit Maims wlfl huo tho iosl
Corps of Engineers, which have been "" "?L!!, '.
stationed near KahnmL hnvc now all
returned to this camp. Tho rains
imade It Impossible for this detach-
nicnt to continue work In that Bee-
Hon of tjje Island, but, they "will
, lenve hero for u camp on this sldo of
the mountains until the weather
will allow them to roturn to Kaha -
nn end tlnlsh the work there. There,
oro now live detachments of cngi-.110st: Privates Clydo M. Lano and
ncers survejlng the Island, nnd'j,,),,, neuthcr aro lellevfed from ex-
they have Completed a largo por-
Hon of the work.
Tho most difficult part of tho sur
vey Is now being done, that of tho
mountains The survey enmps aro
now away from the rnllioad, Jn all
but ono case, nnd aro In the rough
est part of the countij.
Upon the recommendation of the
company commander of Co. O, 2nd
llnttallon of Engineers, First Class
Private Me) era was promoted to cor
poral today and First Class Private
Diidzlk wan piomnted to lauco cor
poral. Prlvato Me era transferred
to this battnltoii when tho first bat
talion left for Washington, illicit has
been with the survey detachment
working out from Tort Do Russy.
private uudzlK was with Co. u in
Cuba nnd has been In the drafting
room nt Fort De Russy slnco the nr-
rival of tho present engineers at
Slnco the stage, which wns usedphal there, after completion of his
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for the holiday entertainments, has
been taken down, tho new handball
court has been able to be used and
Fomo close games nro being fought
tlio teams aro at work In order to
get back In shape for theso gnnics.
Somo of tho new men In tho com
pany have been out nt tho court und
show up well, nnd elope games itio
sure to be plujed during tho
To the Coast.
First Class Sergeant Fisher of tho
Hospital Corps and Prlvnto Gaorgo
A. Mercer of Co. Q, Second Hattnl
Ion of Engineers, will leave for tho
btnles on tho transport Sheridan
wiinin 1110 noxt few days. Sergeant
Usher goes for duty nt tho acnornl .irsslgtml to thn qunrternmster tlo
Hospltal at San Finnclsro. Ho has paitmont to tuko charge of tho Un
been In charge, under Lieut. Kcely
of the Medlcul Reserve Corps, of tho
post hospital at this camp slnco the
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: FORT SHAFTER NEWS
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Musician William H. Dean, Co. F, Prlvato llfigoi, Co, O, returned to
20th Infantry, has been appointed tho hospital Sunday for cjo tieat
torporal In Company F, his iiuolnt- ment. He was lelcased from tho
ment taking effect nt tho beginning hospital only a few davs ago as able
of tho new venr... Corporal Dennsjor duty, but was compelled to return
hns been u musician In Co. F for.ns his ojeelght becan to fall ncniri.
evcrnl months, and ono among tho
)e3t at the post.
Jiuiuary 1 vv.tb ajlay of ploasuro
tiul nmiinetnciits nt Fort Sluiftoi for
111 iiib unjs. At 7 o'clock reveille
ho gin it. on flag (lOxJG feet) was
hoisted In honor of tho Now Year,
11: (20x.ll! feet! was
and tho first day of the welcome
New Year was greeted with enthusi
asm b nil tho Fort Shufter sol
diers. All duly was suspended ex
cept tho necessary guard und police,
nritl the number or men thut this re
quired was small, and most all the
bojs weie Jreo to go und como at
will and enjoy themselves In what
ever way that wns best suited to
uielr Individual taste. Somo Indulg
ed In sports, such ns bnso ball, bas
ket ball and bowling, Thoro worn
io military formations whutovcr
except tha Uisun) rovelllo, guiud
mount nnd rotreat. After nn elabo
rate dinner wns served many of tho
bojs visited the beautiful Motinalua
Purk, which Is situated near the
post nnd Is a pleasant place to snend
nn nttemoon, After rctient those
who didn't tslt tho city nnd else-,
where spent tho ovenlng In pool,
cord nnd othor games In tho com-1
pany rendition looms. Sovornl men'
f i diii Hip other companies visited tho'
Biiiiuior given ny uo. H. Quattoi
muster Sergeant Coad had ni ranged
n pioginm nnd menu that was very
Pleasing to nil, and thoso present 10-
port nn evening or enlovmont. ah
In all tho day wns ono that will long!
"o .v.iiciiiuuiv-u Hjr iiiu i on Hiinuor
wildlers ns u duy of plenauro nnd on-jojinent.
, , i,
Private Mercer leaves for nrt Jic-
D()We), for ,igcllil,Bp ,,,. Xnliation
f bPnc;0, n0 wng with the-engl-
, ccr8 Cuba, and after discharge)
will leave for Alnnkn.
j)y nutluirlt) of Special Order No.
i Hendnimrters, Tort Me Ruhsy. the
1 following details n?e mado In the
Quartermaster Department nt this
tru duty as teamsters nnd detailed
on special dutv In the corral. Pri
vate William L. Piifcour is icllcvcd
from special duty mid detailed on ,
extra duty ns teamster. Ltnro "
Corporal Albeit Diidzlk Is detailed ;
on extra duty under the cpiartcrmns
tcr. Private Itassott, who was foi- V
merly under detnll In the Q. M. de
partment, Ib now detailed on post,
Biinrd. . ' ( i 1
S, 0. No. 3. v
Pursuant to telegraphic authori
ty, Heitdnunrtcrit Department of
California, First ClnxH Pilvnte Louis
Schvvarts, Co. (1, Second Il.ittnllon of
Fnglneeis, will piocced this day
from Knhuku to Fort Do Hussy, on
duty In connection with tho mllltnry
survey. The ipiartcrmastor depait-
ment will- furnish the necessaiy.
transportation. Tho travel dlictted
is necessary In the mllllnrj service,
Corpornl Voting, Privates Mailln
and McVey will proceed from Peatl
Citj to Fort Do Russy and upon ui-
cuiy, uorporai young win return to
his detachmentt Piivnto Marllu
will tettirn to his camp later In tho
week. Prlvnto McVey goes to tho
post hospital for tientment. -
Corporal Kdwnrd L. Stain will
have chaige of tho detachment and
survelng party which Is now woik
Ing out ft 0111 tho main camp hero
until the complete recovery of Ser
ceiuit O'Donned. Seigeant O'Don
nell Is fast recovering from the In
juries he received In tho iiiniivvny
Just befoie the liolhhjs, but Is as
)et unable to properly use his arm.
Prlvnto Rnlnoy was this day detatlel
In bnttallon headqunrtcrs as clcik,
taking tho place of Prlvalo Mercer,
discharged. Private Wagner Is now
for duty In the. ofllco of Co. (1, Sec
ond llnttallon of Fnglnceis, as com-'
pan Clcik. Private Hero has been
crating of nil the officers' furniture
which l now being received nt this
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Tho lectuio given by Rov. Wiid
mnn nt tho assembly hnll, 't,econd
lioor or the admliilstiatlou building,
nt Foit Shafter Sundtiy afternoon
I wns well iittonded, and thoso' at-
tending dcolaie themselves well 11A
Prlvnto Louis Rlchtcr, Co. F, has
received an appointment In Co. F.
This Is tho thiol coipornl that hns
lecclved uppolntinent in Co. F In tho
Comp-iny F Is beginning tho new
.vear with a full crew of non-com-missioned
oincers, but this will not
boor long, as ono sergeant nnd ono
corpornl nro duo for dlschargo with
in the next month, s
FOR WHOOPING COUGH, CROUP.
ASTHMA. COUGHS. BRONCHITIS. SORE
THROAT, CATARRH, DIPHTHERIA
Vaporized Crfo!n a'opi ht ptroiyimi of
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