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EVEUIHG BULLETIN, HONOLULU T. H., THCRSDAT. APR. 7. 1910
TRAIL AND TRAVEL
;" ; " V!.1 ' y ' ' ' '" w'wiiriw iw w nwmi'-.. ., I, i. - .
THE KEYSTONE --ir-r A m t m r
U , for I n f a n tst a ft d O h 1 1 d r e n . ,
Don't Poison Baby.
FORTY 1'EA'RS A4JO utmost, every mollicr thought her child must havo
utircEorlc or laudanum 'to iiiafco It Bleep, riieia.tlrugs will produce sleep,
ami a few drop tooinuiiy will produco tlio lci?i from which llicro H
iKi waking. Ifany nro.tlie children wiio havo been killed or whoso health has
been ruined for'llto by paregoric, laudanum nnd niorpfilnc, each of which Is a
narcotic product of opium. Druggists aro prohllillcd front Belling' either of tho
narcotics named to children at all, or to anybody, without labeling them
"poison." Tho definition of " narcotic" Is: "A meillelna tchtth relieves pain
anil produce t sleep, hut which in poisonous dotes produces stupor, coma, convul
tloui niI death." Tho taste and smell of medicines containing opium nro dis
milsed. and sold under the names of "DropV ' Cordials," "Soothing Syrup?,"
do. You should not permit any incdiclnu to bo given to your children without
vou or vour physlclun know of whul It is composed. C'utorla lo-s not con-
Constitution and By-laws
slcitnluro of (j&fficuc&A(
Physicians Recommend Castorla.
Opens , 3-Day Convention
"I hftta frrqoentlr rrmribctl CtitorU for com
taon iJUdciiU of cUUn-H will pool remit.'
VT. A CmsdiU., M. D.,
. iSutTfclo, N. Y.
"At (he fttbtr or alrtwn children I trrUlcly
kDow MuthlD2 .boat your rrcit medicine ai.0,
hl from 1117 own family c t rlf nrf, I li.re, In
iny jnirac.f prutlce, IoulJCiiIoiIi a iiopuUr Mil
coldest ruuudj In l:ant ory liorac."
Wm. J. JkCiuaH, M. .,
I dud roar Cutotl. It vtrf lwBcSttil In IX
Ucauueiit ft (Ulilrtn'i .UmrtU."
P. Dim, M. D.,
"I object to wtut re cllcJ plcnt nxtlclntf,
but I know tlie formula of your Cuwfli .nil ulvlM
IUuMlninicari. Iimlctlttotxa Terr mo
f ul, well tu binuliM fkioll; utdlclnt."
( N. II. BlMH, 11. 1).,
Children Cry for
, In Use For Over 30 Yearsil
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Benson, Smith & CO-
hotel AND FORT !TREET$
" International Correspondence
School Agency " I
1139 Fort Street '- Honolulu
We have superior facilities for the delivery of freight
from the heaviest, whsre a traction engine is necessary,
to the lightest piece. Oct our prices.
Honolulu Construction & Drying Co., Ltd
QUEEN STREET, NEXT TO. INTER-ISLAND, CO.'S OFFICE
, . IWITATIQNjTQGITIZENS, .
Following In n copy of the conall.
tutlou of Iho Hawaiian Trail and
Travel flub, us adopted at Tncs
day b mectlha; In tho Chamber nf
Any person feigning nn nppllca
tltm hlaiili, whose nniho may ho np
proved by tho executlvo committee
una who shnll pay the Initiation fee
prescribed by the constitution, shnll
thereby become n member of the
Any member whn shall fnll to pay
tho dues prescribed by this consti
tution, or who Khali violate or fall
to observe any rules or regulation
of t)ic club tuny, nn vote of a ma
jority of the executive committee, be
dropped from tho membership roll,
and shall thereafter bo entitled to
no benefit of membership and shn:i
have no Interest, legal or cqnltnblc,
In any at tho properties of tliu club.
The Initiation fee shall be five
dollars J $5), which shall also con
stitute tho annual dues for the first
year. Thereafter, the annual dues
shall tic five dollars ($5), payable
'I lie officers of the club shall ho n
president, vice-president, secretary
r."l treasurer, who shall bo elected
at tho annual meeting of the club.
Tho oftlcprs, together with tbrco
other persons to bo elected at the
snmo time, shall constitute the ex
ecutive committee of tho club.
Any vacancy In any ofllcc or In
the executive committee may be fill
ed by vote or tho remaining mem
bers of tho executlvo committee, aim
any person so elected shall continue
to hold his ofllc-o for the remnlnder
of the unexpired torm.
Tboro shnll bo an annual meeting
of the club in tho month of January
at n time nnd place to be fixed by
tho president or executlvo commit
tee. Special' meetings of the club may
he held at any tlmo on not less than
two days' ' notice, upon tho call of
the president or a majority of tho
Thc'secrotary shall publish notices
of tho tlmo nnd plnco of all meet
ings of tho club, in Homo newspapar
of general circulation, published In
tho Kngllshlinguuge In Honolulu,
in not less titan two successive
Meotlngs of the' executive com-
mltteo mny bo called at any tlmo by
tho jircsldent or n majority of tho
members of the Vxcdiitlvo' commit
tee, t. n '
Notice t'6 membirs of Iho execu
tlvo committee may bb'glV'on orally,
by telephone or In writing.
Twelvo members of tho club shall
constltuto a quorum for tho trans
action of business.
A mujorlty of tho members of tho
executlvo committeo shall constitute
n quorum of such committee for the
transaction of business.
Each adult member of the club
shall bo entitled to one vote at'auy
Tho several oITlcers of tho club
shall perform thu usual duties ap
pertaining to the several offlco3
Subject to the general control by
tho ctub through resolutions duly
adopted, tho executive committeo
shall havo full charge, care, custody
nnd control of tho property anil bus
iness, aud execution' of tho objects
of tho club.
ORIENTAL AND OCCIDENTAL MEALS
WILL OPEN FOR 'BUSINESS ON APRIL 2ND. 1010
i We have engaged an EXPERT COOK, who has had long experi
ence in thi3 work in all the prominent hotels throughout this Territory,
controlling the kitchen work. It is our intention to gain a reputation
for improving thJ ORIENTAL MEALS nnd CHOP SUEY business in this
,. All patrons arc cordially invited to inspect our Culinary Establish
ment, which is very neat nnd clean.
THE HONOLULU CAFE,
NO. 79 HOTEL STREET, NEAR FORT STREET
ASA"'IvrATfEfc'"OrFACT'., THE PASTRY AT TIIE"""
PALM CAFE-IS EQUAL -TO THAT SOLD; AT THE BEST -BAKERY
SHOPS IN THE CITIES ON ,THE MAINLAND.
HOTEL, NEAR UNI0&, STREET
vsam jmt memsr ymsB
When yfe tfet your -wireless (pall for HELP, "
we will come to the rescue with flood old
i : PRINTER'S INK
tOOD ADVERTISING HAS SAVED MANY BUSINESS
, FROM FINANCIAL SHIPWRECK
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"Clliv. . BULLETIN PUBIJSHINQ CO., LTD,
Tho legal tltlo of all properties
belonging to the club shall be vest
ed In a trustee, to lie named by void
of the club.,' Such trustee may from
tlmo to time be changed by vote of
In the event of any such change
bfdliK So voted, the trusteo Shall
thereupon convey the legal tltlo to
all property hold by him or It to
tho new trustee designated' by tho
Tho executlvo committeo shall
fofmulalo urtd pass nnd from time
to time amend rules nnd regulations
not Inconsistent with this constitu
tlun, for tho regulation of tho prop
erty nnd buslnes. of, tho dull ami
tho oxoeiillon of lis objects; "which
rules arid regulations' shnll ho' bind
ing upon members' pf the club. '
Any hilo'or regulation; may bo
udopted or amended by the club at
any meeting thereof. '
Tho jOxccutlvo 'cdmnilttco ' may
from time 'tov time ''appoint ono or
more persons as members of any
committee 'or committees for tho do
ing of ''anything hot Inconsistent
herewith, for tho purpnso of for-
wardlng nny object or objects of tho
Tho executive committee may at
jat'iy tlmo employ auy licrson or per
sons to enrry nut any of tho objects
of tho club and may fix tho com'
The treasurer, subject to 'tho coiv
trol of tho executlvo committee, shall
rccelvo and pay nut nil moneys ronv
lug to or paynhlo by the club.
The executive committeo shall
from tlmo to tlmo appoint, with tho
nnwer to remove, n manager of the
affairs nf tho club, who may or may
mil 'bo li member Of'tlio executlvo
committee.1 '-'The manuger shall
That tho Kvnngelical Awirhitlnn ot
Onliu, which met Tuesday nt Kan
makaplll Church, Intends to maki
strcuumiii efforts t') Btfinip out the li
quor trntllo In Hawaii nol. Is i'liK'iw
I'd by tlic fnct that two of ino host
qualified spculiers liavo been selected
to sneak tonight' on tho prohibition
problem. Tho speakers aro the Itov.
J. V, Wndman and Itov. Win. II. Ole- i
Promptly at 10 o'clock tho
Oalui Kvnngelical Association met
In th6 assembly hall' of Kamnaka
pllt church, with moderator llev. Olll '
In the chair. Sitting close by worol
secretaries Itov. Moses Nakulna. Itev.
Poal nnd Mr. J. 3. K. Kaleo. who were
busy writing duwn tliu words of the
speakers' who addressed the convention.
At noon hour, tho convention toon
n recess. Tho members presini were
Invited Into tho oilier building whcro
special Hawaiian Iciuknus had bwn
piepared for them. Tho guests were
wnltoil on.by the ladles of the church,
who were delegated to look aft' r tho
comfort of thoso attending, some
thrro were who enmo frkim oKolaii,
W'olanao; V.va, Walp.ihu nnd other
places farther out.
At' 1:30 o'clock, tho convention re
sumed Us work for tho afternoon.
Following Is tho program:
10 . m. to 112 noon: Wolcomo
speech by tho moderator and general
work nf tho association. Appointment
of (lltTermit committees. 12 in. tniich.
1:.10 til iiiSO p, in. meetings nf tho
llnwaltans, Japsneso nnd Chinese. 2i.10
lot l p. m, unristinn i.noeavor gainer-
lug. s p. m. supper. 7jao p. m. con
ference on prohibition, sm-akcrs, llev.
J. W. Wndman and Hov. Win. 11. Ole-
Thursday; Anrll 7. c n. m. Prayer
meeting. .7 a. in. Drcakfnsl. 8:20 a. in.
Prayer meeting of senior society. !
a. in. inisiness meeting or senior so
ciety. 12 m. lunch. 1 p. in, IJusluifss
meeting of Sunday school. .1 p, in.
niislness'iuectlng of Christian Kndcav
or society. D p. in. Supper. 7 p. m.
Prayer meeting of C. K.
iKrlilnyj April 8. 1 n. in, Prayer
meeting. 7 a., m. Drcakfast. 8. no n.
in. Prayer meeting of senior society.
0 a. m. Business ;ncctlng of senior hm
clcty. 12 m. lunch. 1 p. in. lltislncssi
meeting Sunday schools. 2 p. m. Ilusl-
ncss meeting (J. I;.
Among thoso present nt thu con
vention this morning were- Dr. Scud
dcr. Itev, Wm. II. Oieson. Itov. O. fin
lick1, Hcv. Henry P. Jiidil, Itov. .1. 1,.
HopwiKid, Itov. .1, P. Erdman, Itev.
Hcnr Pocimn, Itov. Wm. K. Poal. Itev.
Mni.es. K. Nakuiiui Itev, Darid Ielll-
plo, Judge Alkm, 'Supervisor Andiow
Cox, Itov. Snares. Itev, Chamberlain,
itev. i-rank nnmon. llov. S. :scinluer.
Itev. I). Murray, llov. Nun, Hey. Davis,
J. K. Nakookoo, Win. Mossman. I). P.
Kcllett Jr.. Mr. Kauhla. llev. Oku-
mura, James Kawal,
llov. Oullck nnd Mr. I). P, Kellctt
wero appointed oinclal Interpreters of
t: n :: :t n :: :: :: t: a w a n :t
carry out the directions of tho exec
Bach member of tho club, nnd
others having tho privileges of mem
bership, shall havo free uso of tho
property of tho club, subject to such
rules and regulations as may ho
from time to tlmo adopted.
Any member of tho club or per
eon having tho privilege of membor
Bblp therein, shall fully repair or
pay for any damago dono by him
to nny property of the club, under
penalty of forfeiture of membership.
Any nnn-resldent of tho Torrltory
of Hawaii may, upon slgnatitro of
the application blank provided for
that purpose, and approval of tho
executive committee, receive all of
the privileges ot the club upon pay
ment of one dollar (?1) for each
thirty (30) days.
Equal exchango privileges shall
be necurded'to members ot airtllalcd
Non-resident privileges may ha
withdrawn nt nny time by tho vote
ot tho executive committee.
Amendments 'to this constitution
may bo made at nny time upon voto
of tweuty.fivo (2S) members of tho
Club, It not more than, fifty (SO)
members of thu cluti nro present or
represented at any meeting ' of tha
club, or by n majority of votes. If
more than fifty (SO) members are
' The board of directors may, In
their discretion, elect annually, by
a1 unanimous vote, honorary mem
bers' of Hawaii who shall havo pru
cniliicntiy distinguished" themsolvca
lit matters UlentlDed with tho pur
poses for wlilch this club was or
ganized or because of' some mate
ria! nld' and' assistance they may
havo rendered tho club.
Any person may. beionie n llfo
member upon tho payment ot ono
hundred" dollars ot uuy tlmo aftci
his election to membership, 'aiul shall
lucreaticr i"i cxi-min ifum iuu pa;
menf of dues.
Any member may be suspended or
dropped from mcmbemilp by a vote
or nt Innst flvo members of the btxinl
of directors-, but no such' votophnll
ho tdkon "until after tho member
shall have been furnished with u
Statement of the charges preferred
against 'lilni:"and hrf shall haVri the
right to appear before tho hoard
olid bo heard In answer to tliu
chnrges, before hmil action shall ho
tl i r
.1,. - g I WW
1 rfcSi WAKTEB i ' TO LET
1 ROM?sJllk I Party wllh capital wishes tu buy In- lieach iotiai;e ut fllamoiid lloacL
1 2lf5ir-i f l.eri'st In inercantllo business In Aildiess "li.", Hulletln otllce.
1 rfw&WFkh I Which lie inn take nctlvu par' 4f.l-tt
i rTosUBMfess!Lr7f m i(iiuvn (.iiiiii.ti, huh iiiiiiu,
1 OwSSrvi I 4.m;-m
The fact that Hostctlcr't
Stomach Bitters has helped
thousands of sickly people
back to health during the
past 57 years should con
vince you that it is the med
icine you need for Indiges
tion, Stomach Ills, Malaria,
Fever and Ague.
Por salu by tlcnson, Smith & Co.,
Ltd.; Holllster , Drug Co., Ltd.;
Chambers Drug. Co., Ltd.; Hllo Drug
Co.; nnd at all Wholesale Liquor
Two furnlahcd rooms. Apply lit
U. McConnell, 1223 Kintna Bt.
A gentleman of means would like In
meet a lady of reliiieiuent; object,
matrimony. All correspondence
strictly confidential. Addiess to
"It. II. 11.", Hulletln. lf,SC-2t
Everyone to know that J, 13. Ilocha,
the tailor, has removed from the
Itarrlton building to Kooius 35
rind 30, Young Hotel. 45Bl-lm
A Skin oi Beauty is a Joy Forevei
D8. T. FELIX flOURAUD'S ORIENTAL
CKEAM OK MAGICAL BEAUTIFIER
X t wot t Tan. riitii
h.tklflf,, lolb ickps
itb, mi hft'.n l'li'is
on every bituipit
tt ttir 'ft
I tbttf mii
Ml tf iliallll
tism, lr. L -Mfft
fC-t lo i
Iklf df Ul fault
Ian (ft t-allmi:
vui utt thrj,
(odrniitr CrrHiV Itit tl Mnnftil l il b
Oood i)ft!rri la tL Ublictl SIauCwmJi hul Eurt- 4
San Francisco Hotels
Men to enroll today for summer
course In shorthand dictation nt
Y. M. C. A. Term begins April
4. Tuition low. 4681-31
lly married couple (no children),
furnished cottago; not over 12G,
Address "II.", Hulletln office,
Two good boys to mako themselves
generally useful In printing of
(Tee. Apply Hulletln.
Housekeeping rooms; foliage tlrovi''.
Phone 1087. K.SIi-tt
Purnlshed room and hoard;
ROOMS AND E0ARD.
Cool furnished rooms and cottage,
with or without board. 1034
Ntiuanu Ave., near School St.
Prices moderate. 4430-tf
Young Hoar; pure-broil, registered
.Mule Koot (solid hoof) tho only
breed of hogs that will not take
cholera. Prlee 'iti. Palmer, 7th
and Muanaltla avenues, Knlmukl,
Thrco or four-room cottage; rent
reasonable. Address "K. C. II.",
Tho Transo envelope' n time-saving
Invention. No uddresilng neccs
Eary In Bending out. bills or re
ceipts. Hulletln Publishing Co.,
sole agents for patentee. tt
Yoiing lndy to learn massago treat
ment. Address "M. N. K.", this
A bright boy wants Job afternoons.
Address "C. C", this office".
econd-hand business buggy In good
condition. "Y.", Hulletln.
Clean wiping rags at the Bulletin office.
Geary Street, above Union Square
Juil oppoittt Uottt St. FrtncU
European Plan $1.50 n day up
Americsn Plan $3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish
ings cost $200,000. High class hotel
atmoderate rates. Center of theatre
ferringallovrr city. Omnibus meets
all trains and steamers. Send for
booklet with man of San Francisco.
ITotel Stewart now recognized as
address, "Trawets." ABC Code.
Young man wants clerical or book
keeping position. KIrst-clasa ref
erences. Addiess "A," Bulletin
Six-roam furnished house: , modcru
In every respect; $00 por mouth,
llcrctnnln street, near Puuahou.
"IC. K.", this 0IIIC9. 4072-u
Meu'sclotblug on credit, llaweek;
suit given nt once. Levy Outfit
ting Co., Sachs Bldg., Fort St
Diamonds and Jewelry bought, sold
nnd exchanged. J. Carlo, Port St.
Intcr-lsland and Oahu Uallroad ship
ping books, at Bulletin omce. tf
A'ltostou bull pup, from 1140 Ke
walo slrect. Howard paid It re
turned to the above address or to
Dr. M, i:. Grossman's ulUco, Ala-
ken street. 4S84-tt
Ttpanese Employment Association,
Maunakea near Assl Theater. Call
up phono C97 If you want a cock,
good boy or servants.
and n glass , of beer at ,
will send you homewithou't "a
trace of that tired feeling.
C J. McCAUTin. Proprietor
Cor. Hotel and Bethel Streets
Plionc COS and nsk for Car Nn. 4S2
Fred Noyes new 1010 7-passenger
"Kissel Kar. Always ready.
For hire, seven-seated Packard;
phono 199. Young Hotel Stand;
Chas". Tteynolds. 4G40-tf
SYDNEY 1 IipiIIJN (Kiinlgllchos
Conscrvatorlum -der MtiBlk, Leip
zig) Piano (Technique and Vor
trag), Singing nnd Voire Produc
tion, 109 Ileretnnla street, corner
of Union. Phone 22. 4S$4-lm
For Good Furniture
V ". - ' LIMITED-
E. H. Lewis will onen' on April 1 a
riding. SCliool at AthletloTark; 2&
styiUIi Batldle horses will bo' used.
Hours from a to 11 hhd"3 to C!
dally. Prices will be 11 per les
son, or twelvo lessons for $10. We
guarantco to make a good rldor
at you for 9 10. Lewis Stables;
Tel. 41. 4SCCtf
TAKE ONE OF THE TV0;DAYS;
TEN-DOLLAR TRIPS TO
Sachs Block, Fort and Beretania Sts.
Fine furnished rooms, $1 per day
10 and upwards per mouth. Splen
did accommodations, ' " '
MRS. C. A. BLAISDELL, Prop.
Tie Binr Kee-Plumber.arid Tinsmith,
Smith Bt., bet. Hotel and Pauthl.
Dr. J. It Raymond
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
jAlakea St., Mauka' Pacific Club', i
Office Hours From 10 to 12 j, from
2 to 4: from 7 to 8.
SUNDAYS 10 TO 12.
Tel. Office, S90. Residence, 146a
1 WAIKIKI INN-
First-Class. FamilvS Hotel
Best Bathing on the Beach
W. C. BERGIN. Prop.
W. Karl Vincent
rot, ot Music wessons In Singing,
Plnnotorte, Pipe Organ,- etc. Stu
dio, Kaplolaul Ulils-; room 1,7.
I ncs., 1034 Nuuauuf Ave.; phone
: - " WE USE "
In Our CreaiT.,
Special care to keen
it cold 'and 'protect' It
from contamination as
jure ample keeping
THE POND DAIRY.
, GET, YOUR, LAMPS FROM US
Electric Goods of All Kinds
Union Electric Co.,
I. C. Carter : ; . Proprietor
manufactured from pur distilled wi
t.r. D.llvtr.d to any part sf city by
OAHU ICE AND ELECTBIC CO.,
Kawal T.l.ohon. ,
, Jr. F. SCHURMANN
Corner Union and Beretania i
House Consulting, 2-3 p. m.. c.
ordaji excepted. Operating, 8-13
a. m,; 3-6 p, m.
Will do it
CURES M U BI u for uuDMortl
l.u.r....ru,,. .(' iu?ui .mlrOM.
k.UHVP, B.IV w .. .
fculd 1,7 UruttltUO
.iClrcuUi tnt 0. itwwtf
S. E. LUCAS,
Masonic Building, comer Ilotel and
, The best .lenses in. town to fit
Delivered to residenee,
and offices at 25o ft
hundred inlO-lb, lot,
r more, , . ' ,.
W, O. BARNHAftT, ,.
US Merchant at
Tel. 14ft. ., ,
All the Go
RYCROFT'S FOUNTAIN SODA I
A. n. ROWAT. D. V, S.
nOURS Club Stables: 10 a. m.
to 12 m.j 3 to 5 p. m. Residence:
8 to, 10 n.iin.; 1 to 3 p. m.
PHbNES Club Stables, 109; Res
Pi '.I -
HAWAIIAN SODA WORKS
AND OTHER PIANOS
Tlinyor Piano Co.
150 Hotel St. Phone 218.
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