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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU.' T. It., FRIDAY, Ftfn. IS, id Id.
Cure Your Dyspepsia and Gain
Appetite and Weight by Tak
ing the Tonic Treatment;
' In case of weak stomach irice'ths
patlont i pale unit tliu blood thlu. Mia
llrst step towr.rd reftoriug tho activity
' of tliu stomach U to improve tlio condi
tion of tlio IjIccxI. A .supply of rich.
Vj-ull-oxjgcimtfil blood. Is necessary to
tho proeesca of digestion nud with Iri If
errors iu diet iiro avoided, nature will
work i euro. This Is known ns tho tonlo
trittttmrut for indigestion and is llltu
trnted by tlio experience of Mrs. W. S
Hoblnsoii.ot Illiiluo. Wash., who owes
licr recovery from Momnch troublo to a
morougii trim or ur. miliums" nn
Pills. ' Hhosavsi
"I was in a rnn-down condition for
BCTOral years boforo I begun to Buffet
from stomnon troutuo. nuuuctuy i be
mm to liavo voiultlnir stvlli which bo.
caino so bad that I was coiiIIiumI (o bed
for fifteen weeks. Tlicro were dreadful
pains fn my stomach ami nt times f
would omit blood. My stomach would
retain ouly the HghtCKt lltpihl food. My
linart was affected and I lost several
pounds In weight.
"I was living nt Anncortcs attho time
of my sickness nud was treated by three
doctors for over two mouths. They
, finally paid I could not oet well and t
thcndocldedto try Dr. Williams' Pink
Pills which rt friend had recominondml
to mo. Tho pills gradually helred nip
nut 11 I luvl n good npix-tlto and my
stomnni ixcamo strong enongn to rotaln
solid food. . .1 gained In weight and kept
nn improving Until I was restored to
Tho tonlo trc.-.tmeut with Zr. TVil
Hams' Pink Pills , by building up tlio
blood so that it can nourish and strength
en tho weakouod dlgcstlvo syntcm has
mado hundreds of cures in tho most
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remedy which Is guaranteed frco from
A now edition of the booklet, "What
to Kilt and How to Eat," Is free on re
quest Send a postal for It today and
Ix'gln to euro yourself by following tho
directions it contains.
Dr. Williams' Pink Pills nro sold hv
nil druggists, or Kent by mall, postpaid,'
on receipt of price, GO cents per box; six
boxcu for M.CO, by tho Dr. William
Mcdiclno. Company, Schonecteir, N. Y.
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IsUMTIOML CORRESPOMOEMCE SCHOOLS,
Agency for Hawaiian
1130 FORT STREET
Dr. J. it . Raymond
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
Alakea St., Mauka Faciflo Club.
Offloe Hours From 10 to 12; from
2 to 4; from 7 to 8.
SUNDAYS 10 TO 12.
Tel. Offloe, 690. Residence, 1460.
NEW PATTERNS IN STAMPING.
UNDERWEAR and GLOVES.
Miss Kate Woodard
1141 Fort Street.
FRENCH and EYELET
Mrs. J. Rosenberg,
Alexander Young Building
'Dressmaker from Paris.. Stylish
Dresses, tailor-made specialties. Sea
sonable prices. Harrison Block,
Beretania and Fort streets.
Shapes, Trimmings and' Flowers.
Dunn's Hat" Shop
AND FLOWER SEEDS
Trimmed and, Un trimmed, Hats.
BltYE OF LINERS
OCEANIC .OFFICERS ARE
LOOKING FOR BROKER
Gave Option to Fred C. Mcarns of
new yohc Alter He Made Care
ful Inspection of Sierra Lived
High at Others' Expinse.
Tho ofllcem .of the Oceanic , Steam
thlp Company nro concerning them
selves with tho whereabouts of Kred
C. Mcarns, a New York broker, who
left hero In September last with an
option on tho big liners- Sonoma, Si
erra and Vcnttirn safely ensconed In
his waistcoat pocket, sayg tho ,Chron
Icle. Mcarns looked tike money. He talk
ed money, and ho dreamed of It. For
three months ho wns a scintillating
flguro In the lobbies of tho St. Frnncls
and tho Fairmont, lie was tho hero
of numerous spnrkllug Joy rides, tho
particular paragon of taxi chauffeurs,
anil, In the, eyes of tho Ocoaulo Steam
f.lilii Company, n man .of ideas.
Ho proposea to .establish tho Amorl'
can Commercial Marine exposition, a
gigantic enterprise, which, through the
medium of tho Idle-Ocoanlo liners and
thirteen other steamships, would carry
tho products of America's advanced
manufactories to all of the marts of
Mearns was Inoculated wltb the
virus marine. Present-day expositions,
ho' averred, wcro egregious blunders.
They accomplished naught, but with
L'xniuus ,oi American manuractorics
..... . , '... '
carried over tho wido seas In groat and
mighty steamships to tho world's mar
kets, then, he) contended, tho commer
cial supremacy' of tho United States
would bo established anil Its blislncst
relations properly cemented 'with all
Mcarns'- Takes Optlonoj-)
Thus Mearns outlined his plans. Ho
had come hero to buy a brick' plant.
Finding it, us he snld, unsuitable, ho
took on option- on' most of the aut&'
mobiles and taxles in Hie city, and for
ninety days led a life that Impelled tho
most ambitious habitues' of 'tho streets'
to fall In lino like the' meekest and
most unsophisticated of lambs.
Mearns examined tho Oceanic lin
ers. These, he declared, wcro not' ex
actly suited to 'tho needs of the Ameri
can Cdmmorclal Marino Exposition,
but, upon reflection, Mcarns admitted
that thoy might, with certain altera
tions, form the nucleus of a great
fleet bf sixteen' modern vessels In
which the exhibits of the floating fair
would bo Installed.
With his secretary, Mcarns ono day
boarded tho 8lcrra. Onee on deck ho
was met, by the captain ,and .chief en
gineer, who showed tho broker ovcry
courtesy. They lent him jumpers In
order that ho might protect his cloth
ing while' niaklug a thorough examina
tion of tho lower hold. From stem to
L L .1.- . .-.-,. . .,...
Blum, irum mo imrncauu iiucii lu mu
kool, Mcarns examined tho' Sierra. It
.was a good ship, ho 'admitted, and If
its sister vessels compared; favorably
(With It, perhaps he might buy tho
c Another conference was held. At
this nn Imprcsslvo document was exo-
cuteih giving Mcarns an option on tho
three' vossoIb. While no consideration
was publicly mentioned, It was said to
bo about (2,000,000.
Oaes to Chicago with Options.
Then Mcarns crawled Into- a draw
ing-room on tho Overlaid Limited ono
sunny .nipralog .In Sqptcinbcr., In his
pocket was the- option op tho threo
Oceanic llpcrs, a Voluminous paper fn'
black and .white. The engine tooted
and away iwcnt iMcarnnJo tho East- to
confer with his- associates. Arriving
at Chicago ,hoadd,reised a letter to
tho' Oceanic .officers, assuring them
llmt everything, was lovoly and .that
tho rhips would Mircly ho purchased.'
The American Commercial Marino' Ex
position,, ho, said, had boen Indorsed
by tho big cummorclal bodies, nnd
thero was not the slightest question
of its success.
Days and weeks went by. Through
all of this period the Oceanic officers
anxiously awaited vtnrii from Mcarns,
but ,no word was forthcoming. Tho
Option oxplrod. Tlio Slorrn, Sonoma
nnd Ventura sro still uncharod and
Idle In tho south bay. Moarns has'
dropped .entirely from sight,- '
CASTOR I A
For Infants and Children.
rho Kind You Have Always Bought
$1800 Laree House and Lot. about
78x70, on Webb Lane, near
Kins; and Liliha Streets.
$600 Four-room House and small
'Lot on Buckle Lane, near
River and Vineyard streets.
Sewer connection. Very
$250 Several high Building Lots,
Kalakaua Ave. $50 cash;
balance $10 per month; no
P. Er R. STRAUOH
Waity Building. 74 S. King St.
WELL ON WAY
Anti-Tuberculosis Work Makes Prog
ress and Dr. Hobdy Submits Re
.port to the Health Board.
Frogresa Is being made In tho
anti-tuberculosis campaign that has
been Instituted under .the Hoard of
Health with the assistance of a num
ber of clubs, Dr. Hobdy submitting
n report yesterday' afternoon nt the
meeting of tho Hoard of Health,
showing that tho work has made -decided
steps In advance.
Dr. Hobdy stated that It. was proh-
nblo that Central Union church will
follow the policy adopted by St. An
drew's and make provision for the
maintenance of n day camp, and that
similar action may bo taken by the
federated Roman Catholic societies
of tho city;
On motion of Fred Smith, tho
board was authorized tho salary' of
two district nurses and suggesting
that Dr. Sexton confer with tho ex
ecutive commltteo of the nntl-tuber-culosls
leagiio and ngrco to soma di
vision of the district nursing work.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
Tho following affects tho List of
Lights, iluoj-B, and Daymarks, 12th
Llght-Houso Subdlstrlct, 1909, pago 1C:
OAHU ISLAND, S'LY SIDE HO
NOLULU HArtnOR ENTRANCE
LIOllTED UUOY BSTAnLISHED
February 15, 1910, ENTRANCE' OAS
UUOY, 1, nun'-shaped lattice work
body surmounted by Inntern, showing
n nxed wnito ncetyicno light 4 sec,
ccllpso 4 sec, In place of Entrance
Buoy l,.a let-clans tall type can.
OAHU ISLAND, B'LY SIDE HO
NOLULU II ARDOR HONOLULU
RANGE FRONT LIGHT Position
name nnd characteristic changed.
February IB, 1910, thcro-was establish'
cd In tho structure recently erected
on -tho B'ly Bldo of" sand' Island, W'ly
sldo of tho channel tnsldo the entrance
to Honolulu Harbor,- a fourth-ordor
fixed whlto light 4 sec, ccllpso 2 sec.
The light is MM feet abovo tho wa
ter and 41 feet abovo the ground; Il
luminates tho entire horizon, and Is
visible 12 miles, the observer's cya 15
feet abovo tho sea.
The light Is shown from a black
cylindrical lantern surmounting
rqunro concrete tower, on a concrc
kcopor's dwelling with black roofg-
On tho samo date the temporary Ho
nolulu Rango Front Light was dlscon
tlnuod and tho" nnme of tho station
changed to "HONQLULU HARBOR
OAHU ISLAND. S'LY SIDE HO
NOLULU HARBOR HONOLULU
RANGE LIGHT Characteristic and
name, changed. February 15. 1910.
the characteristic of this light was
changed to fixed red. Its arc of llluml
nation Increased to make It visible
from all points within the harbor
limits, and Its namo changed to "HO
NOLULU FORT BTJIBBT LIGHT."
SAN PABLO DAY. CALIFORNIA.
Notice Is hereby giyen that owing
to the establishment of the Car-
qulncz Strait Llghtstation on Janu
ary 15,. 1910, tho Mare Island Strait
Light will bd permanently discon
tinued about February 15, 1910,
SAN PEDRO HARBOR, CALIFOR-
Notice Is hereby given that the
structure supporting the San Pedro'
Harbor Light No. 4 Is reported car
ried away and the light 'extinguish
ed February 1, 1910'. It will bo re
built and the light relighted as soon
SACRAMENTO .RIVER, CALIFOR
' Notice Is hereby given that Grand
Island Light was moved January 27,
1910, to n two-pile Btruoture, about
CO feet from the westerly ond of
Grand Island, Sacramento Rlvor,
Cal'., nnd suspended from a crano
twenty feet above the water.
HUMBOLDT BAn CALIFORNIA.
Notice Is hereby given that South
Jotty Outer End Buoy No. 2, a 1st
class nun, was reported adrift Febru
ary 7. It will be replaced as soon as
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Bulletin Editorial Room Phone IBS.
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CH1Y0 MARU IS
RICH IN OPIUM
MAKE BIG HAUL
Thorough Search of Oriental Liner
Brings to Light Many Tins of
the Dru-: Hidden in Upholstery
of Ladies' Lounging Room Re
San Francisco Call, Feb. (!-'-
Tho8o women who made use of tho
ladles' lounglng-room on the Chlyo
Maru on that vessel's recently-ended
trip from the Orient wcro not
awaro .that, hidden within the cush
ions on which they reclined, and se
creted behind the walls of tho room,
were almost zuo ,uns or opium,
valued, nt a most .conservative estl-,
mate, at $5000. It was not until a
cdrps of searchers, headed by Cus
toms Inspector O. J. Bcnnlngor,
ripped open tho upholstery of the
room yesterdny afternoon nnd tore
down the partition walls of the place
that tho valuable character of the
unlisted cargo was discovered.
That vestcrdav's seizure will lm
but'thc first of many to bo made on
the Chlyo Maru was tho expressed
opinion of the men engaged In tho
search 'yesterday. The number of
hiding places found on the Siberia
last, month and the total vnluo of the
drug which was finally discovered Is
pointed out as an examplo of .what
may be expected during the latest
search. On the Siberia opium was
discovered In the life preservers, wa
ter coolers, within the pjano In the
ladles'' cabin, secreted In'tho toes or
rubber boots In tho fcrccastlo of the
vessel and In hotlowcd-out places In
tho spare, masts. Today a syste
matic Ecarch will bo mado of every
hole and corner on the Chlyo Maru,
nnd the inspectors are' confident tha,t
before It. Is ended the total value of
tho opium found will exceed that or
the drug located on tho Siberia.
Price of Opium Rising.
ma nop uenus or uninatown and
those who Indulge In the drutr In
tho many "Joints" outside' ot the Ori
ental quarter are getting' desperate
at the lack ot the means to Indulge.
in tlicir vice, and the price of tho
drug s steadily mounting every day.
The tremendous profit which Is ,to
be made out of tho drug when It Is
once safely landed here Is what
causes such frantic attempts to
smuggle It In, as wns discovered yes
terday by the government agents.
A ,tln of opium can be purchased
In the Orient for about $1, Jut by
the' tmo It gets here Its value has
enhanced several fold. -A month agd
the piarket valu'o here of the tlh
purchased In China, for M .was (rom
$20 to $20. AVItji the number, of,
wi" wiuuu nave .inneiiji piacere-.
cently nnd tho consequent loss' to
the smugglers of the expected prof-'
Its, the valuo of n tin w'au set yes
terday at from $35 to $50, nnd even
In excess ot this, should thero bo
much difficulty, In' disposing of it.
For this reason the smugglers can
afford to have nine-tenths ot their
cargo seized and still make sufficient
profit on tho balance, If it" Is only
landed wifely, to woll repaythem for
tlielr trouble and danger.
Seixures Will Be Destroyed.
i ne opium seueu yesterqay was
taken to tho government stores.
where It .will bo kept until Instruct
,!.. ... 1 I 1 .....X
wuua uiu icciiiug jruinvwusnwRion
to destroy It. It will not be -Bold;
because of the law which prohibits
us saio in mis country, but will bo
destroyed by nctds as soon a'sf the In;-,
stru'ctlons aro received.
There was a rumor around tuo
Mall dock that "Chick" Wallace, ,tho
alleged head ot the opium -ring, on
the I'aclflc Coast, was an interested
spectator of tho seizure on the Chlyo
Maru yesterday. There was a man
around the dock who, upon being
questioned by tho customs officials,
said his name was Wallace, but ho
was not identified as tho alleged'
head of. the smugglers' combine.
Wullace is snld to be here from Los'
Angeles, and to havo found a hiding'
place In Chinatown, from' whence ho
la reported to direct the operations
of the gang.
Recent Seizures on, China Liners'.
ianuary-13 4Jpium to the 'value
ot $10,000 Is found In various parts
ot tno steamer Hiuoria.
January 1 More opluni" Is dis
covered on Siberia In water' coolers,
life preservers and In the piano In
the ladles' cabin. Valuo ot this
days' haul, over $1000.
January' 17 Inspectors find 25
tins of the drug In hollow posts on
January 18 More of the drug dis
covered In rubber boots In forecastle
ot the Slbora..
February 4 Cans of opium to tho
number ot 195 are found hlddon In
the cushions and walls of theMadlos'
lounglng-room on tho Chyo Maru.
BREAK UP THAT COUQH.
with Allen's Lung "alsam, thcTpo'pular
family rumedy. It cures whero .other
remedies fall. All dealers, 26C75Qc and
A corporation which will devoto its
onorgles exclusively to raising pblccnU
is bolng organlzod by Connecticut men
with D. M. Mills ot New Boston at Its
S Ivory a toilet or a
Both. It contains
such good materials and
is so perfectly made that
there is no better soap
for the toilet and bath.
It is sold at such a
reasonable price that it
can be used in the laun
washing colored goods
and articles of delicate
texture; linens, laces, em
broideries and things of
994o Per Cent. Pure
FOR BALE OR HIRE
SIGSOF ALL BONDS
amenta for the Hudson, Chalmers-
stroit, Kissel Xar. Oakland, Frank
tin. and Pieroe-Arrow.
Tour machine will be rsst foi
you when wa say it will ha. W
osvt experiment oa autoa; wa rssjrsii
UraiAsTMl, T0DMO IDTXMIt.
0. H. BERK has his new 7-settod
artto ready for trasineaa at to
HONOLULU AUTOMOBILE STAND
Corner Alake and Hotel Street.
She Bcat-Bnilt Car in America"
SOHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
for- your Automobile at
W.W.WRIGHT CO., Ltd.
7; W. KJR8HN1R
Auto Tire Repairing
1177 Alakea St
BATTBRTEi FOR AUTOMOBILES
i 1 and 6 Amp., N to SO Volta'
Union Electric Go..
Harrison Building-, Beretania Street
nanufaeturad from pur distilled wa
ter. O.llv.red to any part of elty by
OABO ICE ANI ELECTIIC CO.,
waa. Telachena' .
Delivered to residaaeas
and offloea at Slo mi
hundred la 10-lk. lots
W, O. BARNHART,
114. Merchant SM.
M. E: Silvan
UNDERTAKER AND EMBALMER
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Young man with knowledge of
stenography and bookkoeplng, for
general office work. Apply "J.
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Everyone to ask for the Dig Nickel
Tablet. For sale at tin Uulletln
office and In stationery stores, tf
0!en wiping rats at tt Bulletin of-
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ferred. For particulars, address,
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Young man wants cUrical or book
keeping porltlon. First-class ref
erences. Addrees "A," Dulletln
Hy young Japanese, situation In
store. Good workor. Small wage
to start. "A. II.", this offlcs.
Japaneso Cooking School. Families or
hotels supplied with cooks. C. U.
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Coachman wants position to drlva
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references. "8.", bulletin offlco.
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Invest In well-paying business.
Address "Security," llullctln office.
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Chan., Iteynolds. 4640-tf
W. Karl Vincent
Prof, 'of Music Lessons In Singing.
Pianoforte, Pipe Organ, etc. Stu
dio, Kaplolanl llldg.; room 17.
lies., 1C34 Nuuanu Ave.; phono
Dr. F. SCHURMANN
Cornei Union and Baretania its.
Honje Consultins;, t-l a. m.. M
urdays excepted. Oaeratiai,. 8-lf
a. il, S-6 p. m.
S. E. XUCAS,
Maeonlo Building;, corner Hotel and
The best lenaea in town to It
trerj eye. '
A. S, ROWAT, D. V. 8.
HOURS Club Stables: 10 a. m.
to It m.; 8 to 5 p. m. Residence:
B to 10 a. m.; 1 to 3 ?. m.
PHONES Club Stables, 108; Res'
Stop That Cold
will do it.
Cor, Fort and 'King Sts.
In Our Cream
Special care to keen
it cold and protect it
from contamination as
sure ample keeping
THE POND DAIRY;
Furnished cottage, three rooms, for
gentleman 82S Ilerctauln strest,
llench cottage at Diamond Head.
Address "N", Hulletln offlco.
Olcnn furnished rooms; $, $1.50, $2
per week. 1281 Fort St. tl
Two tarnished rooms. Apply Mrs;
D, MoConnell, 1223 Erama St.
ROOMS AND E0ARD.
Cool tarnished rooms and cottage,
with or without board. ' 1C34
Nuuanu Ate., near School St.
Prices moderate. 44C0-U
At Miss Johnson's Curio Store on
Fort street, beautiful ferns, pains
nnd fruit tree's. Set pieces for fu
nerals at reasonable prices.
4i 4 3-1 in
For sole, rent or lenre, on or about
March 1, house of three bedrooms
(closet off each), parlor, dining
room, pantry, kitchen, bathroom,
electric lights and gas; large
chicken yard and house; servants'
quarters; on two car lines; three
minutes' walk from Punahou line."
Call at 1941 South King before 10
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The finest residence slto In Honolulu,
In Its most ezcluslvo district. A
bargain. Owner leaving city. Ad
dles., J. Jam'o", Dux 527, City.
Fur $100, household furniture, In
cluding n piano. In a five-room cot
tage. Appfy fourth house, Onn
datl Lane, oft Emma. 4543-St
Diamonds and Jowelry bought, sold
and exchanged. Bargains in
watched, musical goods, etc. J.
Carlo, Fort St.- 444-U
lien's clothing on credit. $1 a week;
suit given at once. Levy Outfit
ting Co., Sachs Uldg., Fort St.
InLr-Island' and Oahu Jlallroad ship
ping books, at Bulletin office, tl
A fins No.
1 barred Plymouth Rock
Piano taught in 6 mos, S3 month (8
lesions), Bpeclal attention to
Jawnsaa Employment AsaooktkxL
slaunakea near Assl Theater, Call
up phpne 897 If you want a cock,
good bo or servants,
MARIE KENNY, from San Francis-
co. uramuie muuio. ito tier
tanla. Phone IS. "
fee Hn Kee-.Plumber and Tiasjaitk.
mlUi St.. bet. Hotel and PauanlT
M. A. Gunst & Co.
LEADING HAT CLEANERS. .
All Kinds ot Hats Cleaned and
No Acids Used. Work Guaranteed.
. FELIX TURRO, Specialist,
1154 Fort Street. 0pp. Ctsarent
Honolulu, T, H,
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