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EVENINO DUbUCTIN.- HONOLULU, T. It., FRIDAY, JAN. 21, 1910.
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All the compnny quartermaster
storeiooms were visited by the gen-
erul Inspector Thursday morning tor
the purpose of Inspection of nml con-
ilcmnlng thc'qiiartermnstcr property.
Frldny the battalion will lie Inspect-
oil In drills nml perhaps the compnny
bnrrnfks will be also Inspected, nml
U not, this will bo clone Saturday,
l'nrt of the next week will be spent
Inspecting the (Mist quartermaster
commissary nlul ordnance depart
ments. Swimming Tank. .. .
The swimming tank wns refilled
Wedncsdny, and Thursday the tank
was full of tho bos, enjoying thenl
bcIvcs by taking n fresh-water
plunge. The wnter Is chnnged two
and sometimes three times eaqh
week. Slnco the recent Heavy rnlns,
not much water Is used In wnterlng
tho lawns and gardens, mid the
pumping Ktntlnn furnishes plenty ol
water anil the tank can be filled as
often as necessary, without running
tho pumps overtime.
Company F, 20th Infantry, has
purchased a now graphophone and
several dozen records. The records
arc all tho latest popular music.
Tho bowling team was again prac
tising Wednesday for the first tlmo'
In several days, as all the team ore,
pien that arc with" the companies for
duty, drills nml Inspections, and have
little time for games.
The drills for the battalion Thurs,
day were company drill under dl-,
rcctlon of company commanders and
an hour of gymnasium drill for Com
pany 0 and Company It. The re
emits attend the gmnaslum drills,
and all are coming along nicely.
Sudden Calls. . '
It has been ordered that tho com
mand will bo prepared to turn out
at a moment's notice In full field
equipment, as thero might bo at the
post most any tlmo a flro call or a
call to arms, as this Is dono during
yearly general Inspection and the
Inspector Is nt the post and tho
command might be given at any
time, day or night, .to show their
ability In preventing fire 6i n sud
den attack of an enemy, tfhe In
spection will perhaps last the ' re-
I I e
FOR MANY SUITS
SPRINGFIELD, Mass. I- 8overal
thousand damage suits against the
Standard Oil Companay of New Jer
sey aro to bo Instituted by tho ln.de.
pendent oil refiners it tho United
States supremo court upholds tho de
cision of tho circuit court for th0
Minnesota district ordcrlngtho cor
poration dlssohed. ,
Tho appeal will bo docketed In the
United States supreme coilrf Monday.
In view of tho general Importance
of tho case a motion will bo made on
behalf of tho. Government' at that
time or on thu Monday I following to
advanco Iho caso for hearing, which
motion. It Is said, will havo tho con
currence of tho attorneys for tho com
pany. Counsel are hopeful that tho
court will set tho caso for hearing
early In March.
Thomas I.. Hisgcn, tho presidential
candidate of tho Independence party
In tho recent national campaign, who
la now tho president of the Inde
pendent Petroleum Marketers' Asso
ciation, has announced the, program
undertaken by his organization.
Knr several months tho Independent
Petroleum Marketers' Association .has
been gathering evidence upon which
they Intend to Institute legal 'pro
ceedings against tho Standard Oil
Compnny under section 7 of tho Sher
man anti-trust law, which provides
that any person or companay injured
by any corporation may bring action
against tho Injuring corporation for
In furtherance of their planlhc In
dependent Marketers have appointed
a board of thrco attorneys who will
begin immediate action against tho
Standard Oil Compi-nay If tho su
preme court of tho United States up
holds theMccrco of the Minnesota cir
cuit court ordering tho corporation
One, of the attorneys Is John II,
Price of Cleveland, Who wlir havo
ctiarge of tho cases In tho Middle
West; Richard A. Talbot of this city
will attend to all nrosecutlons In the
1 l-Tllof Wfllln tlln n.lln.. I , 1. .. .
., n((.j ...U nvllVIIB ,1, MIU W Cl-
cm part of tho country will bo under
the direction of somo attorney, as
jet unnamed, from elthor Denver or
HIL0 BOARD OF TRADE.
K. K. Richards, president; E. N.
Holmes, vice-president; Wm. McKay,
secretary; E. N. Dcyo, treasurer; C.
C. Kennedy, J. A. M. Osorlo, R. ..
Killer, B. F. Nichols, C. E. Wright,
The above are tho officers for the
coming J car of the llllo Hoard of
'Trade. They were elected last Tues
day afternoon at the annual meet
ing of that organization.
Chairman Scott opened the meet,?
Ing, and Treasurer E. B. Richards
tend his report for the past year,
showing -receipts at $91$ and ex-,
penses at iGl?0.73, leaving a balance
It has Inl.on eighteen )onrs for
slcnmshlps to lower the transatlantic
iccord by a single day.
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malnder ot'thc week. The command
will bo ltiicctecl In drills and equip-
mem; mid also tlio other depart-
ments of tlio post quartermaster nml
, Recruit Hughey, Compnny 0, 20th
Infnntry, waa admitted to Iho post
hospital Into Mondny night with a
very,, sore arm, caused by vaccina
tion. Moro material Is arriving nt tho
post dally to be used Installing tho
electric, lights. The work of dig
ging the holes for the poles will
Win Immediately and the sjstcm
finished as soon as possible.
Back to Duty .
Per Special Orders No. C, Fort
Shatter, HmvnlJ, Jnnuary 18, 1910,
Private William Oordan is rencveu
from special duly as laborer- In the
quartermaster department and will
report to his organization command
er for duty and will resume his, duty
ns before Private, Company II, 20th
Mondny night a stray ruuaway
horse, fully harnessed, passed along
the road, through tho post, and when
last Been was making good tlmo
through Moanalua park.
Recruit Orubbs, Company K, 20th
Infa'fitry, was admitted to the hos
pltal Tuesday morning. It is very
inconvenient for Iho new men to go
Jo the hospital, as when released It
will 1)6 necessary for them to be
drilled separately, as the other now
men" will be far advanced.
Private llarrctt, Company E, 20th
Infantry, was released from tho hos
pital and returned to Company E for
duty Tuesday morning,
Two of tho men assigned to Com-
jmny O Inst Thursday aro rcenltstcd
men and hao been assigned to duty
as Privates Carroll and Heller In
Company 0. Tho remainder of tho
assignment arc all recruits.
Prlvato Overflow, Company II, 20th
Infantry, who has been a patient In
the post hospital for moro than a
month, was reported fit for duty and
returned to Company H for duty on
Private Ilamcr, Cqmpany It, was
admitted to the post hospital Mon
day. ROYALTY THAT IS
, MAKING HONEY
BBltLIN, Jan. 5. Europe has many
titled mcii'and women in business, but
Prince Waldctk of Waldeok-Pj rmout
has. them all, except tho Into King
of tho Belgians set down In the back
rows as a business man and organizer.
Ills special Hue Is that of bath pro
prietor, and no purvejor or Turkish
towels and' massage In Europe, or
America paB greater attention to tho
patrons tluin docs this Prince of Ger
many, related to most of the heads
of principalities of that empire, and
to tho exclusive British and Dutch
royal families as well.
Ills little territory lies Just south
of the great Gerhian city of Ilunover,
a plcturesquo region among tho Wcscr
mountains peopled by country folk as
quaint In their speech and gurb as
can bo found by any tourist In search
of novelty. Pyrmont Is IiIh chief caro;
Wlldungeon, another tpn of lcuown.
comes second In his regard. With
these two strings to his bow. this bust-ncs8-llke
Prince and bath man Is kept
as busy as a commercial magnato and
he hns tald with singular foicblghl
the foundations of a business that
promises one day to bring him an In
come Of millions of dollars.
Pyrmont has only 1500 residents, but
every 'year from every land como 13..
000 seekers after health, pouring their
wealth Into tho ticasury'of tho royal
bathing establishments, drinking wa
ters from tho roul medicinal wells
and leaving on tho surfaco of this
small section of Germany an aurifer
ous deposit that not oven widespread
Industrial activities nor tho richest
harvests of the most fruitful land In
Buropo could produce Fifteen thou
sand people, mainly women, aro. In
short, drinking tho Prince of Wat-dcck-Pyrmont
Into the primrose paths
In Pyrmont mainly women como un
der treatment. Thero aro, steel baths
and steel waters to put strength Into
women whb havo run their nervo
equipment into rags by extravagance
of society strain or othor reasons';
thero aro mud, bath's for those whoso
blood system Is out of order and sa
line battiB for those who need an an
nual spring bath.
The F'rjnco supplies flno music nt
the baths and in tho public park, but
Iho lsltors pay for it, as there Is u
"cure" tax of $5 oacli levied on every
visitor when he arrives.
TO BE INSPECTOR OF
NAVY YARD WORK
WASHINGTON, D. C, Jan. 10.
A general shitting of civil engineers
In the' navy was' made today by As
sistant Secretary WInthrop, with a
view- to, putting the best men among
I thepi.on the most Important work.'In
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H.iuill.lll, IIIC JMDIIIU11 Ul IUBUClUr 111
public works was created. A. C.
Cunningham, now ou duty at tho
navy juid at Norfolk, Va., will be
given this place. He will Inspect all
ttoik coming under tho lluiemi of
Vnida nml Docks, nml will bo ntt,nch
ed to the office of Cnptnln Wnid, nldo
Iriininr ni IIIQ
Many Nationalities Have Consented
to Enter Floats Rivalry in
Float Decorations Great The
Schools and Military Will Make
The general committee of the Floral
Parade Commlttco made Us rcpoit to
Harold Dillingham at a meeting of thu
Parade managers )cstcrda:'
The plans tor tho coming parade
have all been brought Into lino and all
arrangements nro working out as
smooth aa can be.
Chnr!e. H.'.Krniler,. chairman f tho
Committee on Moats, reported a com
plete success In his arrangements of
that part of the program. Ho hns been
assured that there will be floats repre
senting all nations In the parado and
that thero w III bo considerable, rivalry
In tho way of decorations.-
The military, fcaturo of tho parado
Is going to bo well carried out If ar
rangements as they now stand nro
carried out and there is no reason why
they should not be. Chairman Ballon
of the Army and Navy Commlttco stat
ed in hig roort that Colonel Schuyler
of tho Fifth Cavalry will send down
ono squadron from l.cllehun with tho
regiment band, which will head tho
military division. Mnjor Long will
bring tho bnttallon or marines sta
tioned "Ut Camp Very and to this will
bo added four companies of Infantry
from Fort Shatter that will bo sent
down to participate.
Miss Rose Davison, chulrman of tho
commlttco arranging for tho Inter-Island
Princesses, retried her plans
nearly completed. Tho' princesses for
Oahu, Maul and Moloknl havo been
chor.cn and the others will soon bo
Thoio Ih n posaihio ten floats from
tho schools of thu city, kovcti already
havo been arranged for.
A prospective' dairyman who do-
sires to open a milk dispensary out
West Manoa Valley comes forwnrd
with a rather unusual complaint
against the Territorial authorities,
In that they have refused to mako
an analysts of the"" waters which
course through tho channels of a
public stream near tho site of tho
Edwaril C. May has appealed to
Major Fern asking that tho bo.ucl
of city and county supervisors tako
a huml In tho game.
May wants to establish a dairy at
the West Manoa Valley ranch. Ho
has not succeeded In gottlng a sanc
tion from the Tcrrltoiial health au
thorities, because of the stand tuKeu
by Food Inspector Duncan, who Is al
leged to have refused to glvo May n
clean bill of health. Duncan Is said
to havo objected to tho water which
Issues from tho spring Ipcntcd on (ho
The supervisorial lonimltteo on
sanitation und health will attempt
to unravel the tungle, and, It possi
ble, arrange matteis that May can
comment e business us a dulrjmun.
NOW FRAMED UP
Supervisor Aylett hns completed
the druft of his plumbing and In
spection ordinance, and that measure
will bo .brought up beforo tho city
and courjtv salons at their next reg
Iho oidluuuco embodies a number
of Important amendments which,
while not materially affecting tho
builder of u small and modest house,
will add somothlug to tho expenso nt
tho parties erecting a Inrgor build
ing where more expensive, plumbing
Installations are .to be made.
The new ordinance had already
been passed at first reading and or
dered to print, when tho supervlsora
discovered several typographical er
Tors In tho measure and It was
brought up for reconsideration.
Tho mistakes aro said to havo been
lectlfled, so the bill goes through tho
usual process again.
H BULLITIN ADS PAY 'Wm
A Good Investment
The Templor Ranch Oil Co. with
COO acres oil land, flowing oil wells
and all Its reservoirs rilled with
hlgh-grado oil In the Templor dis
trict, Kern Co., Cal., will soon com
plete Its three-mile gravity delivery
This Oil Company Is at present
like a plantation with tons and tons
of sugar on hamj, ready to be shipped
ou ine incoming steamer.
Ad able .management, almost a
square'mlle of proven oil land, cheap
transportation pf oil, high prices
with steadily. Increasing'' demand for
oil, will make this company an early
dividend pnyer, and for that reason
the stock of this Templor Ranch OU
Co, Is recommended as a GOOD IN
VESTMENT by the Lincoln Mort
gage & Loan Co, of San Francisco.
Capitalization Is $1,000,000, di
vided Into shares of $1.00 each, 1
have a small block of them for sale
fcl 3fle wlillo they Inst. Secure them
P. E. R. STRAUCII,
74 S. King St.
Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vienna. W. Va T fl that r nn
the last ten year of my life to Lydla
li. I'mkliam's Vege
Eleven years ago 1
waa a walking
shadow. I had been
under the doctor's
Mr husband per
suaded mo to try
pound nndlt worked
like a charm. It re
lieved all mv nalna
and misery. I advice all suffering
women to taae j.yaia js. 1'itiKiinm s
Vegetable Compound."-Mrs. Emma
Whkatoy, Vienna, W". Va.
Lydla E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound, made from native roots and
berbs, contains no narcotics or harm
ful drugs, and to-day holds the record
for the largest number of actual cures
of female diseases of any similar medi
cine in the country, and thousands of
voluntary testimonials are on file In
the Pinkham laboratory at Lynn,
Mass.. from women who have been
cured from almost 'every, form of
iemaie complaints, innammation, ui
ceration.dlsplacements, fibroid tumors,
irregularities, periodic pains, backache,
Indigestion and nervous prostration.
Every suclr suffering woman owes tt to
herself to glvo Lydla E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound a trial.
If you would llkespeclnl advice)
nbout your ense write a confiden
tial letter to Mrs. Plnklinm, at
Lynn. Mass. Her ndvlco Is free,
and always lielpful. ,
Pure Prepared Paint has
been proved by years of use
in Honolulu. No othcr'paint
can equal it in wearing qual
ity, lustre and beauty.
Don't experiment with im
possible innovations, but use
the paint that has been
"proved by test." '
Lewers & Cooke,
122 S. King Street
for Oroccries. Phone 70.
CHOICE CUT FLOWERS
fount; Bldg. Tel. 339.
Yee Chan & Co.,
Cor. King and Bethel Sti.
WING CHONG COj
KINO ST. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture Mattresiei,
Etc, Etc. All kicdi of . K0A and
MISSION FURNITURE Zadi Ti
FANCY DRY GOODS
Wati Ying Chong Co.,
King St.. Ewa Fish Market.
.FRAMED PICTURES "
for gifts at
Wing On Ghong's,
Bethel St., Between King and Hotel,
M. PHILLIPS & CO.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers.
EUROPEAN AND '
AMERICAN DRY GOODS
itmT and UUEEN STS.
Consulting, Designing and Con
Bridges, Buildings, Concrete Struc
tures, Steel Structures, Sanitary Sys.
terns, Reports and Estimates on Pro.
jects. Phone 145.
-Tho opening of bids for the la)lng
of the C-lnch, 6-Inch, 4-inch, 3-lticli
and Hi-Inch gnlvanltcd pipe for
Kula pipeline hns been postponed
until 12 m. of Thursday, February
10, 1910. )t",i
Superintendent o! I'ubllfc ("Works.
Public Works Department, Janu
ary 19, 1910.
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MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF INTEN
TION TO FORECLOSE AND OF
Notice Is hereby given that, pur
suant to the power of sale contained
In that certain mortgugo dated Alt
gust 15, 1903, mado by Carolina
Haught'on of Honolulu, Territory of
Hawaii, mortgagor, to tho l'loncer
Ilulldlng & Loan Association of Ha
waii, mortgagee, which sold mort
gage Is recorded In tho Hcglstcr Or
lice, Oahu, In I.llicr 2S1, ou pages
230 nnd 232, tho said mortgngco In
tends to foreclose said mortgugo tor
condition broken, to-wlt, tho non
payment of principal and Interest
Notice Is llkcwiso given that tho
property convoyed by said mortgaga
will bo sold nt public auction nt tho
miction rooms of James W. l'ratt, ou
Merchant street, In said Honolulu,
on Saturday, tho fith day of Febru
ary, 1910, nt 12 o'clock noon of said
Tho property convejed by snld
mortgage and which will bo sold na
aforesaid Is nil that certain piece of
land situated on Hmma street, Hono
lulu aforesaid, bounded as follows:
Ueginnlng nt a point on tho north
side of Hmma street 227 feet from
tho north corner of Kmmn nnd Vino,
jnrd sticcts, and running by truo
1. N. 31 G5' W. 38.S feet along
2. N. nii" 10' K. 44.5 feet along
3. S. 32 4S' 10. 42 feet along I..
C. A. CSC, Ap. 2, to ICmina
4. 8. (JO 3.V W. 4 1.8 feet along
Kmmn street to Initial point,
'Also tho buildings und Improve
Terms: Cash, United Stales gold
Deed at tho expense of tho pur
Dated, Honolulu, T. II., January
TUB PIONKBIl lUIILDINO & LOAN
ASSOCIATION OF HAWAII.
A. 0. M. IIOIIBIITSON,
Attorney for Mortgagee.
4516 Jan. 11, 21, 28; Feb. 4.
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF
STOCKHOLDERS OF WILDER
& CO., LTD,
The following officers wcro duly
elected to servo for tho ensuing
President nnd Manager
Saml. a. Wilder
Vlcc-I'icJldont O. P. Wilder
Secictnry und Ticasurcr. .J. II. (la.t
Auditor Henry Divls
. ..13, D. Tenney and J. A. Wilder
(Signed) J. It. OAI.T,
In accordance with Article 5 ot
the Charter, if moiling of tin
Queen's Hospital corporation, for tho
election of Trusteos, will be held nt
tho rooms of tho Chamber of Com
merce, Stnngenwnld building, mi
Wednesday, January 2C, 1910, at
9:30 a. in.
OEO. W. SMITH,
Honolulu, Jan. 19, 1910.
The rehulnr annual stockholders'
meeting of the Estate of 8. O. Wil
der, Ltd., will be hold In Its office,
Room 408 Judd building, Honolulu,
on Thursday, January 2C, 1910, at
9 o'clock n. in.
SAMI-. O. WILDER.
, DR. M. E.-OR0SSMAN.
t 1 1
has returned and resumed practise
at his office on Alakea street.
Dr. J. H. Raymond
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Alakea St., Mauka Pacifio Club.
Office Hours From 10 to 12; from
2 to 4; from 7 to 8.
8UNDAYSU0 TO 12.
Tel. Office, 580, Residence, 14G0,
185 editorial rooms 250 busi
ness office. These ire the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin office.