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F.VENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., SATURDAY, DEC 17. 10 10.
(By Jpteph R.
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4rJ not got your chickens Into bad
habits, ,becnu'so Jf they tbnco ncqulro
tliem, such jib rooettlng'.oti the edge
ol the nest,' and bo' forth, It In
hnrdj to prevent thorn, and the
toonfr they are' stoniied the bet
ter. Egg-ontlng Is nqoUier linblt
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liens of the owner The heii which
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eats-hcr eggs ltatj better be Bent, to
tne ma .e . i
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nuu'w,! i ..i...ii
by the hens, the nest 111 which they
are' broken will make the best breed
ing place for II o that Is possible If
It Is not cleaned dlrectly.'iTtje straw
cliould be burned and thedipx taken
out and thoroughly cleaned, udrled
and put back. Hens are varyappre
clatlve of a good' nest.
There are two ways of picking i
chickens for the market. Dry pick jf
Ine Ib iidonted In large noultry farms.
where many birds nre sent to 'mar-1
ket. Scalding Is used when there
ure only a few birds and tliey are
mainly for home use. -f , I
In dry picking the fowl l plucked
right nftcr, being killed and while
1110 uuuy a BiJIl wuiiiii ji. miiiiii v
mine skill, and beclnners are usually
ms of backaches, netkaches and', a (.jaje,, ,)romn9i.t.f
tore iiniseni wuoii uiuum,
Scalding Is very simple, although I
mnnv nennln do not know .how . to I
scald a bird we... UsuaUy the water'1
l l.Mllmr and tho chickens nre Im-
morledir,'lt andTheriVlucked. When
Bcaldlmr. tho water you use .should
,be almost .boiling. it i.hou.d ,be -, of theToad'mmUtee ' tfit," ffmTbo Ihi. after-
'0Urf.0VC,lsl1rat,dCS,fJat!,neBrBCaCar h6 dr'Ve "" TantalU8 """ "r0 "01. b Z mmSle oVIhe we'ek
? E.n " ' LiiS ? ?,'? .ho. rtln valuab JWl f'M't- U V ibis. part of. the dutles.oWhenew csm
&.",.??. fndant will he nn.shrd.
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they, nre plumped by Imcrslng.Hicm
, nl.t ..!. Thin nlum ll.ntil n
In cold water. This gives tliAUi jx
J M.-UIUCU UllU lUUHS uil Ul .u
A Mottn.t IiIh1 Inftlra uniii nt rtvnu
and hlulsl when Tready. for market
and does not draw as good a price as
"ho.dry picked bird, which has th,
nice yejlow skin and gopd appearance.
SonM.ofl,tlw,Urw markets pf.ibo
United States will pot take scalded
chickens. ,. ' .'
Corn Is an especially fattening. food
for.turkcyB on a free range.
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Capcs are .worms found In chickens'
throats nnd cause violent .wheezing
of .e birds. -The worms can bo. seen
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A very effective cure is to put tne
chicken .la a box and a bag over it.
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gently, being careful not to smother
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and It will cough up the worms. If
the first treatment docs not tnko cf
ifcct try It' again.
Poultry need good housing, regular
feeding, watering and clean quarters.
Whitewashing is not n very hard . "nI Hasslnger streets.
Jog.but If one nttcmptB to, do It .wjtli ,., . . . .,
a WdU brush 'ho will find his task , J'lss Ul Paly who has been visit
" .7 .. .. . . nc the W. II. It ces on Kaua . for the
; ZTdso rtXt'the work becomes
tiresome before the rounds are made.
Ubb a spray pump, and Bpray every,
porUon of the house and sheds wllh '
i.'i,i..wn.h. linvo .h ilnnld ihln
undVforo It Into every crack and
.creyite of the houses This will take'
mnro' whltnwash. hut It may be dl-
7,71a ;,..; .i . nt 1.. v.r.
cost will not be very
notlilnl" pi l J6,
1 surety; ofr,forcing the
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much, to say
onunil nml llm
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Anything may be put into.the mix- 'et Infantry, lias Joined his regl
turo; carbolic ncld,, copperas, or Boap- mout.at.l'ort Shatter. J
Buds,' and the effect wlll bo better.
The llco will bo destroyed, and the1 Mr. and Mrs. William Campbell
operator may feel sure If ho attempts nro rosldlng at Walklkl, at Die Da
1o go over the surfuco with ft.w'jiltc- vies liquse.
-wali brush, he is sure to miss Bomo '
r.mall portions, and.theso may bo ex- Tfl THF.PFflPI p
iictly the places whoro tho, llco will
congrogato tho , thickest. Whitewash
11 VMCU11 Ul Mu ll.iv, uiiu ,un urJIivi
of (,n poultcy .hoiiso should not bo
cpurlng lii Its uso. New York Farm
.There nre not very many poultry
dealers, even among those who have
been In ho 1 business far years, who
ran. accurately .tell tho ago of a fowl.
Thn 'following rules, however, may bo
relied' upon and It followed cloeely
1 nnd' with Koodpjqdgnient, the nga. of
nny; bird can bo very closoly arrived
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bird preserves the short rounded spurs
f Cockerel, .-no.bqst, guide, perhans,
u . .iiiii. - fh.;.. f i Jt,i
of ihe-face and comb; although .Wl' l'l.lp.W,f,WMPllt..?o.
ranlonnllir nn old bird will be found 1' ani fe-glviiB. will Insure BUC-
whoeo skin is almost as soft us that
of a, youngling. .
Aj young bird wlll show rose-color-jOd
veins on the surface of the skin
nnd under thn wings, and the.)) wM
also bo lung silky hairs growing thero.
The' veins and hair disappear after
one year and the skin turns white.
The" breastbone alto becomes hard and
eunnot be bent as in a growing bird.
The skin of a fowl pust ono year be-"
mines coarie.ond jlr. and theso .symp
toms Increase .ylh uge, , ,
It, Is very .difficult to tell the iign, of
.ducks. After a duck is u year old It
. ' vr 'V, '"
Wins to waddlo and walk with Ronio
difficulty, and after two or throe years
a depression down the breast Is no
i i'lion gee3e become quite old, say
I five or six venrs. thev ncnulre nn nh-
uuiuumiiuuucn ui.iurue wu ,wiu mis
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I n unfailing Blgn of old age.
Youne turkeys usually have blopk
Bfter'two yeQrg gy
and dull, i and become pulcr,and more
'iBlcklyfas, age advances. ' ,
n( squabs the, flesh U whitish, p
seem , through tho .skin, bjitlnji year-
old bird It takes on n light-purple
shndo and grows darker with age,
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,Wo aU0njobles will bo permitted
tn Irnverm. Tniltnlun Tiinil l.v llm
grace p. ,, e c .,, county BUer.l
,j;i,rB,", declared .chairman Qulnn.of
iim nrtlt(itl rnnrl nnmmllfna' nflm
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residents along that mountain high,
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iiuipriveu or tne magninceni viewao
. obtalneU u thcre owlnB t0 .hol
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.'Inadequate means of transportation?
, ' It was with this object In view that
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to offer a resoitlon calling for p(e
WP?1 Pf tJjppW 9rdBonce. ,
I At, "' ; '" enlnEi
i.umber 0 we)l1knoYn-TAnta us rcsl.
dentB Ealhered and filed verbal pro.'
f1?8'8' Ampng thote present wero
I Messrs. Isenberg, Stanley, Itobertwin;
.Schmidt jnd,DavJe. '
I and Aylett represented .the .munlel-
pa'lty at the hearing.
The Tantalus delegation was prac
tlcally Unanimous In the prote.l I
n,lf ,imi. ..,.' . m,.n
the picturesque slopes of nM
U...B ,., wrri H.. ., u.
clared too winding and abounding
,,,, dco-many .hW. turps to ,l,W
-'ety in travel, esph.al.y in damp
or rany weather,
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Mrs. lloppo nnl Mrs. Mcdauley, of
Frultvnlo, Cal., are the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Isenberg nt their beau
tiful home on tho corner of Pcnsacola
P month., retuiped p Honolulu ,o
",0 reamer ivinau. minuay.
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cP,n nn' V-.S r "j0 C,hf
Cavalry, spent Monday nt Tuesday of
IhlB.ck.t tho Young Hotel,
J a joMa ,,,,'
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captains, 1-. Mct;;iire was a pas.
I ..Ucutoiwnt W.-l..0raJ)m, Twon
i' fr- iinMni III ll'
Since tho article In regard to The
Iiilug.H Health System appeared In
the Uulletln of the 14th lust., many
luno as,ked If It was tho Biu.no party
tliat had tho Sunltorlum In Oakland,
Cal. " I
, In answer, wll euy It Is. 1 camo
hero by .the request of ono pf your
esteemed citizens, whom 1 treated
there, and flud tho cllmntlcnl condi
tions not jpnjy i,aB .good, ,,but far,l;i ad-
vahce o( what he rouresonted thorn. r
1 have taught my system In many
parts of tho world, but, hovor before
-e found .place .0 favorable .to.
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' I)c' r?uUlng. Qxjm a the
ono Importunt feature of tho treat-'
cess for my system.
, ,, . illesptclfully,
d;fOK,) f. c. iimpas.
A plilinie'l of lumber andii'ln fit
pivsl ronftrnoilon work now gilng on
t.PfiarHatk)r I,IR?.l'.arrlvn UaUyB
uv me Aiuericin buuu'Hiur u.ri-M-i-in.
This Is n largo flvo-masted vesBnl.and
she sailed from Mukltteo twcnty-ono
Tlio.Jlrllhh fiJKher Hellipolls ar
rived In today with a. cargo of coal
from Norfolk Va,. couslgntd to the U.
8. Navy. The vessel was cut 01 da,y,s.
lAAniu juiminn rnniinnnni .nni
-VIII 1X1 -III II II -V 1TII IrinirilV' :inv ,1
stinr nimim in . inrin linn mi i
lit. ii niMiMnmiinnii n i nuiukhiiivikhii :
M !. BmiBlBl.smiBl Ml M MM -fB
I II I ll I III If I H 111 Mil HI II H n I 1 1 H III I 1 1 H ''
Calls Being Made and .Re
turned .By .Captain Covvles
.'r During the .Day. , "
Just at present Cnptajn Cowles,
commandant of the Naval Station, If
fitisir linnjil trl.t rt ti t .t Vnlli ! jv nrtt aIaI
'"- .ivv..-i,.iH nn ii-iuwiiiif, .uiiai
calls, and tho salut(n3 battery, has
b.een kept .hot today ,lr, .firing sulptei.
, .t,,, of .'seventeen guns, were to
Governor Frear nn.l others of , nine
ikuub to. vnrloiu consuls who uld their
respect to. the new commandant, dur-
cIng the day, ,
l,t(wasteu, 0,'c1qcJ when ..Ooycrnor
Fie.ir accompanied by Colonel Jpnes
of tho Nntionalkflu.iri mrlved nt,,tho.
Naval Hlatlon liy autonioblln and D
Compaq)" of ..Marine Corps, under cpm
maud pf. Captain , Ramsey, together,
.WlUiJIw ilarUiQ.iiand, was drawn up
to receive them,
Captain Cowlos and his officers
.word on tho lanal of tho station and
as tho (lovernor stepped from thQ
machine tho -.first un of tho salute,
Accompanied -by tho Commandant
,nnd three of his officers (lovernor
roar nnd Colonel Jones went up to
,,,c commandanfR ofOco whore a call
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An nfllclnl call usually lasts from
vn tn ton nilnntoit (r
nv" '" tcn "'.'n'Jteii,
As soon as the (lovernor loft the
station, Captain, Cowles ntartod for tho
Portuguese nnd Japanese consulates
! W- own carr.ago to make omcUl
c:l"si "1B8e uelnS reiurnca uy me in-
""?' ' " wo countrle...l,,rt.
7 ncrwnnt. amj eacn ticine RUC)i
iPastor and .Wife Killed in' a
Lonelv House J)y
TRENTON, N. J.Nov. 21. Forcing
of nv- Andrew Armstrong nnd wlfo
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'ZZT 7t Tho " Preshy.Vrla.
Mr, .Armstrong, SO yoara old. .has
wife was but n few years his Junior.
TJo pafsonagn of tho church Is In a
lonely .part of tho village, which has
about ,ipnn Inhabitants. -Neither
the minister or his wife
worn wonlfhv. lint ilnrtni? Ihp vwxrHt
they have lived". In tho village ,thcy
have been able to accumulate a nost
egg. This was kept hidden In the
house, nnd It Is for this. It Is suppos
ed, that they wero murdered.
Ncgro'rfarm,hamlB, who havo been
working ..h this vicinity for 8overal
days aro suspected.
H' o o I I v
n 11 1 1 1 1 n l nrr vonr
1 1. mil - -. . .S'iurj ;i::-:maust I i
aa3wiRoaals)c6mc jn Va sizes, Insuriijo.a perfect fit,.andjJ.VQi:y p air k honestly built. of the best
material on the lines of .thcliitiesULondon and;NftW York custonivmod,cls. ut.."-it
$3:o .$4.0.0 .$4.5.0 ' $.5.0,0 v
,GIVE .HIM , A .REGAL SHOE .ORDER .FOR .CHRISTMAS.
Ceremonies In -Memory
( of 'Mrs. .Bishop.
l!auabl.ko,AlU IMualil the Alll.
llo, Inoa ,no I'auahf A Name for
J.'auahl o ha lint I'anahl ,cf Ilea
vpp'., VH(qse thiqo trns.1 c;ini;)030,l lu
picinury of tho late Urn. IJonilco.l'au
nli I llishup, .founder of tho Kanulu
meh.i 'qlniiils ami liamifautitss nf ll.i-
twa!l will bo ,sii:ik loinor.iow mjrnlui;
nt l'Oein:!( in (lie .ljiiiehamch.i
(.liapt'l, wlie(o a l-pniiiterB Day nur
111911 ,y.'ll bo proatdjoil bv th Ilnv.
lji. .llrownier .uiqson, the first prin
cipal of tho Rubeola,
At .u o;clock lonlglit,. there will ho a
v. 1.,'. ii.. 1 .,.,.! 1.. .i. .11...
Ipg room of the .manual department.
The students of the schools, tosetlior
,wltll the ii)pmVcr of faculty, n 1 11 11111 1
n;nl aliunnae as.toclut.loiis will bo tho
.giiCAts cf honor. A few friends of the
.schools., as .well as tho. trustees have
Ocqn Ijivltcil .to lic.prcsvut.
.(jurliiK tho .c.yciiIiik I'rpsldgjit l'cr
lo.y L. I lorn e of ho. schools jylll road
the, annual reiHirt, which ho will for
,wanl o the.Ikurd of Trustees. The
report Is vf about -IHty typc.wrltlen
paifgs. It Dmbpdlos many luattcrH of
Im'portaucc. Mr. ,!orno has many
pjnns for tho dc,vn:pn?cjit .and betloi
ment of (ho .e9.io.ols,,nml t Is tn get
Die uiianlmoui support. of tho Knnic
hanehas that Jia jvlli fead .his repirt
To.;ior'r!.W. Sunday, n'mem9rlal per-
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Itov. Mr. Qlofon,jv l.pccnpy tho pul-
, pit of the school chapel nnd J1 In
pic. io ll.owMker 9r.U1... nay. ,Hi.c-
clal seats have been rPBcryftl in the
I ce,.(er pf Hie rooiji.ftr tho members
,or tho alumni and .nlumnao asspcla-
On Monday inornjpg, ,tho stuJents TJlura(jny 0VenlB wlM bo B,vcn oul
from the tlnyo schools will go up to fof.tlle ,)Up,8 ttIllI tllclr I)aron.
tho Hoya Mausoleum at Nuua.lu lo1' Tj,0 Man. ,j0aBue j)bIo cln89(
Oscorolo tho grave of irs, Illsl op. It wllleh ,nec,8 r."lho clmrcll ,mrlo-r nt
Is probable that thp Hawaiian hand j n-. m., will' contlnuo the study , of
wll jjrccvila tho .school battalion and ..Jesm Tei.in,. on ,he Famy,"
the girls. Alter tho gr,avo of the. lato ,n lhn afternoon, at 3 o'clock the
.Mis. nishop has been decorated, tho christian ' Endeavor Society carried
Btuilcnts will .Blng In Hawaii. Christinas gifts to the frlonds Inil-
On December 22 nnd 23. regular j, nQ,,ie.
.examinations of tho students wlll take 'tjio Chrlstjan Endeavor .meeting, at
n!nce Thn sclm.il vnrhtlon onmtnon- n.on .m t.'n it.1 t.v ii."Qh'..i 'qi....i,
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ces uecomur 24. nnu icrminaies j,an-
TRADING ON STOCK
EXCHANGE IS LIGHT
Waialua and'McBryde Furnish ,lor'8 "1)vnw lt.
Most of Day's Activity, ,first m..:e. cgupcH.
Wnlalua at 83 and Mcllrydo nt Comer of Miller street and Ilcro
3.50 furiiUhed most of.,the activity tpnla nvenqe. Sunday services;
In Jo:nl ttocks this moriilng. vyltlt Sunday school, 9:45 a. m. It. -II.
Waialua boIIIiie briskly off.the hoard Trent, superintendent.
and, Mcllrydo being the medium of
some trading nt the regular session.
llonokna and Olaa were also given
."no attention, nnd two lnrgq block
of Hawaiian Commercial changed
hands. It was hot a heavy morning,
however, nnd thoro was llttlo Blgn
of a tally In prices, Mcllrydo drop-
ping n quarlcr during tho tlmo bo-
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But nliliauthrnnv usually draws The
line nt poor rolnl Ions.
What better. Christmas present
5r t l t
Kino and Bethel
vfJ2rj r-w-fyfiwrcfs .
! SUNDAY SERVICES
I I 1 H 4 I. . t I; U
.J . i.riJi;-'rtvsisAit,
Alnkon nnd King .Btreots, .Sunday,
Dec. i8, tAlO.
lllhle School, f:4.'i n. m., W. CI. Mull,
superintendent; lesson, .Mntt. 23: "The
Morning Kervlcc, 11 a. in; preaching
by V, I). WcBiervvlt. Cominunlon fol
Sloun Chapel, Kewnlo, 3 p. in.; Illblo
Cchool, i:il Snyder, superintendent;
Intcrpmlonul lesson, The ltesur
ccllv;i." V. ,1'..S. V. II, fi:30 p. m., topic, "If
We Ueally Jxie Jesus." John H:lfi
24; jiiiJera, Jullun Nunts nnd V. El
Davis. " 1
Evening service, 7:30 p. m.; speak
er, Walter C. Weedon; su.)Jcct, "Christ.
;iid (Jhrlstlaully "The Incarnation,'"
, Iroiji Mr. Isaac Errors writings.
Tuesday evening. Young Men's 111-
mo uiuss, r.ju, iieceiiiuvr sum, in
Ktudy room; K I Snyder, loader; smdy
" '"-u "'oiuuoii,
l'raygr igeetlng 7:30 Wednesday
.cvqnUig. December Slut; fluy II.'Tut
tle,"",eader; subject, "Tho I.lfo nnd
Character of St. James.
After the meeting a business ses
sion will be held for the congregation
to consider the recommendation of 11
pastor for tlie church.
A cordial invitation Is extended to
ttrnngors nnd lsltors In tho city to
i.ttenil these services,
(KXTItAI, UNKl.V nitlllt'll.
At the morning Kqrvlcc ut 11 o'clock
"Hawaii 'Day" "will' bo" 'observed.
Thnru will lie several short addresses!
1 11 si cad of the usual single address)
l? hoM' elwclolly .ijuallflod to spek
on the work carried on by the lln-
wallan Hoard among the dlffcroht
' . . .rvco ' n88lgtnnt
...,,, wlll ...ak ..ci.rlsilanltv's
. , ni;nJanc0 ,. d(18lred , l0
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fit tlta ftirlut mnu nniur.nlnnianl nil
U.OW W,ll UC ICl, UJ ..,ICT. UIUUI, MM... .
Topic. "How Cod Leads Men.1
A cordial Invitation Is ..hereby ex
tended Ji .nil In th'o city ,w.ho nro not !
connected with any other" church to
share .the blessing of the.se services
at Central Union. Strangers and .vIb-
Preaching service, 11 a.
hpworth l.caguo. 0:30 p,
MU E(Jol Ipyer. leader,
l'.reacJiiK .perylce. 7T.JU p. tn.
ev. It. Elmer Smith,
At tho morning service Itev. It.
Elmer Smith will preach, and a most
cordial Invitation Is extended to all
friends, pf the church nnd to all
strangers thnt may be In tho city to
Attend tills service..
Itev. II, Elmer Smith wlll preach
I , fi
Jpr tie man than a pair of
t I f y 1 I
County Committee Postponed
. Kccommenaation ,ot uity
and County Physician.
Whether or not the Itepubllcaii
county central committee should en
dorse Dr. Ilruce McV. Macknll to
tuccced hi Intel r us city nud county
iphytlclaii was the feature of a ills
custlou by the committee nt Its meet
ing yisieulay afternoon, held to a.k
pier appll.unts for positions under
.the new county logll'ie.
1 Ur. Mackall, It was charged by
;f.ne of the niwnuerji of the commit
tee. "Is not a good Itepubllcan," the J
explanation for this stntemenl neing
Advanced that he did not vote the
straight Itopubllcaii ticket at the
.last election. After talking over the
question of endorclng him, the com
mittee named Chnlrman Vi'llllnm
,'lleury and Oeorge Davis as a com.
mlttee to report hack next Monday
Tho committee endorsed the fol
for chief clerk under the new
.treasurer, H. W. Shliglo the follow
ing: Eugene Campbell, Edward
Woodward, Henry Vnn Oieson.
I'or license clerk (lua Hose, Wil
liam Andrnde, D. P. Ilnnalel.
For ll.ense Inspector Andrew
Cox, John D, Holt Jr.. Knne.
An Interesting Incident of the
tufetlngi came when A. ,D., Cooper,
icIiAlrmaii ,of .the .Toxrltoxlal .central
committee, entpred the room and
(loorge Davis questioned his right to
remain nt a meeting of the county
committee. .Tlierc.wcrc .no other ob
jections, however, ,to hU presence
nud he remained.
OF .Tlffi' CANTON CAFE
Charged ,wltluselllng liquor with'
out having 'first procured a license
to dleposo ,of the .same, the Chinese
proprietor of the Canton "Cafe, situ
ated on lo"wer Hotel street- was
Jlaced "under arrest at noon today h)'
Special Officers Jftnnell nnd Mill
vjelle. .The arrest was , made at .the Insti
gation of a spotter who visited tho
restaurant nnd claimed that he ex
perienced np difficulty In .securing
beer. , Investigation developed tlint
thn .ce box was well stocxeu wun
HirLIIROK December 17, to Mr.
,nnd Mrs. II. J Jlellbron, n son.
The hoarse carrying the remains of
William. Donald.. Papaaloa, Hawaii,
was ,Btruok .by a treo .falling across
thOiagovernment rooil jicar Honomn.
and Joth legs pf ,tlio driver broken,
nnd hcarce badly smashed and .tho
at the evening service. "Is Conver
sion n Square Deal?" will be his sub
Mr. nnd Mrs. Smith nnd family
have, moved Into tho new parsoiiago,
No. 1020 llerelanln avenue, opposite
the McKlnley' High .School. Tele.,
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LIBRARY PLAN J
Speaker of Last House Would
A largo library, where the legisla
tive and congressional records may
be salcly kept for the use of tho Ha
waiian legislators, Is the move thnt
Speaker 11. I., Holsteln Is planning
.The. library will ha built In tho
Capitol grounds, where ll Is most
convciilont for the lawmakers of Ha
waii . nel. . And, It) oriMr to win his
point. Holsteln, S. P. Corrca, and Ed
ward Woodward recently held a con-
reroute tn discuss the proMisltlpn.
Hohlnd tho closed doors, and under
the eagle-cycs of Win. Aylett, the su
pervisor nnd watchman of tho Execu
tive llulldlna, Holsteln, lion. S. P.
Corroa and Woodward, who was clerk
of the last House of lleprescntatives,
held the conference within tho walls
of the throne room last Sundnyi.
According lo Woodward, tho con
ferenco was hold thcre, nt tho sugges
tion of Holsteln. who told htm that
It was necessary to have n library for
tho use, of' the legislators.
During the discussion, the thick
koa doorx of the. throne room wore
closed. Wntchman Aylclt, who was
enjoying the Sabbath day quietly, as
ho sat at the entrance and watched
tho little 'birds play on the ground.
,cou)d not boar tho conversation with
in the ..walls of the room. Ho was
anxious to .know what was going 011,
hut, thorp was nothing doing.
During the discussion. It was de
cided, nccordjug to nuthentlc reports,
to ask the .next legislature to appro
prl.ito sniriqlent amount of. monoy for
tho establishment of the library.
How much money will ho needed
for ttiilB llhrpry'ls not known, but as
there Is cnoiutb .money In the treas
ury vault, at the present time, It Is
bellevedi that, a suitable amount .will
.be appropriated for .-that purpose.
Woodward, who acted as n clerk
of ,tho IJoiiKcot Haprescntatlvoa at,
the last .(tension, it ,1s. said. , will bo ap
pointed by, lstqln ,Iq succeed him
self ns clerk of the Houso, when ,tho
Legislature nicetB In February.
In speaking of the proposition
Woodward said that he wlll not
accept ..'the position of clerk for tbn
House, unless he Is given an assist
ant. Correa, chairman, of tho print
ing committee of the. last .Legislature,
It Is rumored, is willing to give ills
support for Woodward.
Almost ,0)1 tho representatives-elect
have expressed their wiillifgness to
approve tho .appointment , of Wood
ward ns clerk, should his name ho
.j. -5. .5 .:. j. . . -.. s. p j j. j
To be on tho honor roll la $
n mark of distinction In any '-, .
scho'il, and the 11 11 1 1 0 1 1 11 $ 1
would be pleated, to publish 'r
the honor tolls of all the ,1
scIiooIb of the city. Follow- '
Ing Is the honor roll of Pu- P , 1
iiuhou Preparatory School for , ,
the fnll, term Just .cjoscd.t All ,S 1
tlie pupils hero named nave
so ure.d a rank nf ninety per f
cent, or hotter In their studies f
nnd deportment: ,3
.Laura iPratt,, Hartwell .Car- ?
ter, Stelln Hoogs, Catherine '
qrr, ,He)on Wilder, Joseph P
1-irrlngtcin, Dorothy Hoogs, ?
Laii Nuong, Lung An Schoqp,. r4
William 'jtlutch, Until Far-. f ,
ilngton, I.ydy Mutch, Klor-
,nco DenlBon, Frances Far- ,,
rlngtpu, Ellzahetii Hnbdy.
Johnson Hon, Doris Marks, $
Catherine Pratt, Howard ?
Smith, Margaret Hoogs, Mario
Humiihreys, .Pnrmella Wal-
tors, fluzuku Ynmamoto, The. ?
ndoro Fijrhes, Catherino yall,
Herhoit ,l'V)stor, 1'ulsc Wat- ?
kins, Hazel' Donlron, Thejniu ?
.MrQuald, M.arguerlte Pjltz, ?
'Htchard Slnioninn, Maltha ?.
Waterhousc, Hilda WatUlns, t
(vaka Ynmamoto, ' Walter S
Thompson, Akal .Marao, IleN ?
don UnrtXt, Jecsle Ifon,
Charles, chapman, Louise -
Drew, .Irene Harrison, I,wa- '
lanl ,lirruli, Katharine Kon ".
nedy, fhcono Llndemaii, Anna ?
Mnertpns, Slilnrn Motoshjgo, '.f
.ciiarlfis ,i:hplu. .Qwy .Plltz. -
,j .f, 4 ,. j. $. f, .?... ? 4.
A fiur days' rtav wis mado at Old
lort of lllo bv thn Matsnn Jaylga
lion stoin)Qr Enterprise. Tho vqssel
nrfived there on Sunday and salled'at
four o'clock on Wednesday afcruom
taking tho last Christmas mall for. tho"
Pnrer Phillips of the steamer V
nni Kei arriving from Hawaii and
Maijl. ports this inornlnY, reports the
follo.wjiiir miirir a awiltlng hlpinent
on Iho Dig lslpd! Honokii'i itfti);
Kukulrio. 310b; Puoaluu, 10!5; lo
nuapo, 2979. "'
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