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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, APR. 8, 1911.
Bro. Benjamin Remedies Are The Best
IMItnr I! o li 1 n ft II ii 1 1 ft I II -
DnUil Klhrr .liiriliin, prpBlilcnt of Hliin
foril Unlursltj, uiotp a ImoU nlikh
1ic en IimI "The Illooit of Dm Million "
II riminliiM more rrnl wlmlmii limn any
other Kiimll hook I lmo men You
rnn rcnil It nit In nn hour; mill on
will then have mhiicIIiIiir worth think
lint Hhont iih Ioiib nn nii Hp
On July 1, 1910, Mr Jonl.in iletlrreil
nn inlilrpsi hi llm-lnn on "War nml
Mimlinoil." In this iiihlrr-M he mcil
some of Hip limlerlnl tmeil In tho book
Inmtlnnril. Anil niltlpil nllior nintorliil.
This Hotton nililrrai un imlillxlicil
In nn KiirIIhIi niilRiirlno Hint miKlit to
he roml In rw-ry man unit wmiinn. Tim
name of this KiirIIxIi iniiciizlne will
iiMMir Inlir Hut llrct I wlli to line
xomc of tho imitrrkil In till mtclri
iih nn Introduction In the miiKH7lue I
ulinll ITr ii wry free translation; the
whole inny ho found hy those who si
"A imtrlntlr nrmy I tho lloner of
thennllon Those who porlnh nre lost
In clvlllrjitlnn, they nml their hlood for
cu-i-. In eyery ldssltinlc of n
ruro of men, It Ii nlwnVH those who nre
left who lU'tmiilnn wluit tho futiiro
shnll he Thoe trnlts of chiir
neler, Hoslrnl Ktrrnctli, iiKlllly, cotir
tiKe, iiulrlollstn, which nre desired In
the Holdlir, nre lost to the inco ut the
ilenlli of the doldler
"(Hue, on tho Hunks of Mm Appe
nliies. there dwelt a rneo of free men,
fulr iind Mrunc. self-relkint mid conll
dent 'Vlrl,1 they culled themselves;
unci Mrllo' men like Hum lire culled to
this dny In endi Kdicnitloii tho lltl
m.in hnrvest wus wood
"Liter, wiir ciime, mid tho Hoinnn
wur-iiill hh, "Hend forth tho host )o
hrecd' 'Vlr,' the re.U mini, went forth
to kittle; 'Homo,' the liumnii heliiB, re
luiilneil ut homo und lieciimo the father
of tho new generation The lone wars
coiiHiimed the host men Out of every
hundred thntmnnd strong men, eighty
thousand were slnln, either In wnrs or
h the mnhs at home Out of oory
hundred thousand weaklings, ninety
thousnnd were left to survive The
sons of renl men gac place to the sons
of sttitllons. stnhle-hoys, sIiioh and
tamp followers And from these lat
ter cume the neiv generations
"The llnrst Itoiiiau pnnlnco wall
Kp-iln. What of Spain In Ills-1
tiny? What of Spain today? Three)
hundred xears ago n Spaniard wrote, I
This Is Castile Slie makes men, nnd'
wastes them. Mines give sllcr and
forests glvo tlmher; hut only Spain
ghea Spaniards; and she may give so
many that she may he left desolate'
Tho cMilutloii of n race Is always so
lium p The survival of tho llt
test ' Is the cuuso of race prog-
rcK, iipnard Tho surMxal of tho un
lit Is the heglnnlng of degeneration
"III tho Wlerlz, Oallery, In Hrussels,
Is n wonderful painting of Nnpoleon It
represents tho great mnrshal descend
ing to tho land of shades. He
fore li I in aro represented, or hinted nt,
tho three millions nnd mnro sent lie
foro him hy Ills unhrldled iiiuhltlon.
More than half of theso wero Krench
iih ii And hchlnd tho millions shown
or hinted nt aro tho millions on mil
lions of null who might hae heen and
nre not the huge, widening hum ill
wedge of the posslhle desienrtants of
the men who fell In buttle
"Among tho'P destroyed by Napo
leon wero the elite of Kurope
Conscription followed both lclorv and
ikfent; and victory and conscription
l based the human species
"Anil whit Is true of Home nnd Spain
and 1'rniue Is true of every nation
tint has sent ijnl to bailie tho best
thev breed, while tho cowardlv. the
millions, the thrifty tnrdlnerlty lilts up
the ranks at home.
"Mr Arthur Knapp of Yokohama e
presses surprise. In his history of Ja
pan, that after nearly two hundred
e,trs of pence, the Jnpinese should
show such military prowess as they
showed In their war with Hussln, Hut
this Is Just what might linio been ex
pelled, for during this two hundred
fiirs of peine there was no slaughter
of the strong, no snirlllco of the cour
agioiis, whllo the Idle, tho weak, tho
dissipated wero pushed to tho wall,
leaving ever Hip best to reproduce their
kind If. after two linnilled jours of
war. the Jnpaneso still rem lined virile
nnd warlike, Hint would Indent have
been the marvel
"Mvirj where In England ou can sie
tablets to the memory of voting mill
who fell In battle. In some far-orf pettv
war Their bodies rest In Zululand, In
India, In the Tninsvaal. What
would be Hie effect on Hiigland If nil
tin Ir 'iinn turning bravo' nnd nil that
should luivo been their dcsiendanls
i nub! be numbered among her sons lo-dav-'
More Hum nil who fell In bat
tle the nation misses the 'fair women
and brave mi n' who should have In en
the descendants of the strong and the
ininlv; those who might have bom,
but never were; ami who. si long as
history lasts, eun nevir be
"llrpfdlng fioni the best stftck Is the
hole agency hi rn o progress. Ilreedlug
from Inferior stock Is tho sole ngency
hi race degeneration
"Wats aro not paid for In war time
The bills como later"
New York, Marcli ;o. lull
Mrs .Tnwhnek I'm nlw.iss rendv In
'Isteti to roanon Mr Jnwhiick Hull'
Mm ..uwli.ick Hut I Insist on deeld
mr for msolf what Is nnd wlint la
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Ktult Can y"N
THEY NEVER FAIL TO CURE
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IT HAS CURED THOUSANDS. IT WILL CURE YOU
$1.00 per bottle; 3 for $3.50: 6 for $5.00
The words Bro Benjamin and tin's picture
must be tin every package
HocTlotorod. la CT. B. 3?a.tea.t Offtco.
BRO. BENJAMIN WONDER LINIMENT-Greatest Relief for Aches and Pains
50c; 5 for $2.00
BRO. BENJAMIN CATARRH REMEDY-For Difficult Breathing, Catarrh, Cold in Head, Etc. 50c; 5 for $2.00
BRO. BENJAMIN COUGH REMEDY-For Throat, Chest and Lung Troubles, Asthma, etc.
50c; 5 for $2.00
BRO. BENJAMIN SALVE-For Cuts, Bruises, Burns, Sores, Itch, Piles, Corns, Etc.
25c; 5 for $1.00
BRO. BENJAMIN PILLS-Great Laxative, After-Dinner Pill
25c; 5 for $1.00
Ask Your Plantation Store or nearest
Dealer to get them for you
HONOLULU DRUG CO., Ltd.,
Distributors for Hawaii
BY AUTHORITY 1
W e o i I j II u 1 1 c tl u II per year.
To Kniiriii'.ii Amknh Si cm ion !M'.io or ihk Knvisr.n l.wvn or
Hawaii as Aii:.nii:i n Shmiov 1 op Arr 1.1 or Tin:
Sisio Laws or J!)().ri, I!i.ui'i.au.ni tiii: Oiisiiiivancu
lie U liwula! hi the Iictjlxlaluiv of tho Tervllory of Hawaii:
Smmion 1. Srclitm .'Mini of the Kevi-eil Laws of Hiiwaii,
in nun mlt'il 1 S(t'lioii I of Act l.'i of tin1 Scfiioii Laws of l!)0.r,
is lit'i'L'liy fiirtlior iiincnilcil so as to read as follows:
"Si.tMiox !M00. All lalior on Sunday is forliiddi'ii, PM-ppl-iiif;
ol of niri'vily or mt'iov, in wliicli arc iiioludcil all liilior
that is needful for tlic fiood onlcr, licallli, cmnfort or afcly of
llic c'iMiiiiiiiiiily, or fur llic piolci'tiou of pi-oicity fioni iinforc
hccn ilisnlcr, or il.incr of dcstnictinn or injury, or wliicli may
lie icipliicd for llin piottctioii of or attendance upon religions
woishiji, or for the furnishiu of oiportiiuilics of reading or
htuily; provided, however, that lliis Section shall not iipply to
nespaier printing ollicc, stcnuisliip cnuipaiiii's, I'.iilro.ids, tclu
Unipli and telephone coiupifnic-, hotels, k"is, rcitdiirants, cif;ar
i-liirc-, ice cream parlors, i-odii water stands, dnij; stoves, livery
stahles, pirates, hiiekinen, iimri and operators of licenced
shon lutiils, operators nml owners of licen-ed aillouioliiles, news
depots, rn.ieis and rauehmeil, electric lifilil plants, pis works
and hlauhler hiniex; ami proxided, further, thai peroiiiil h.if;
jr.ie may he convened to ami from vcsi-cls leaving and arriving
al port on that day, nml to and from any rnilioad stations; that
on Sunday the loatliii and unloading of ves.-els cupicd in iu-tur-islnuil,
inlerslalu or foreinn coniinerco shall he permitted,
hut no freight, e.ccpt liti slock and ikmIs of a pcrishahle, na
ture, shall he draed or conveyed fioiu the dock, pier, wharf,
or landing upon which it is unloaded; that during the eutiiti
day, milk, hread, i'niil, and ice may he sold and deliuucd ; tluit
until 10 o'clock in the forenoon, fresh meat, ficsii lish, ami fresh
vcfrelahlex may Iki wild and. delierel, and laundry nien ami
laundries may delier ami collect laundry or washing."
Si.riiox 2. Nothing in this Act contained shall lo eonMriied
to icpeal or amend any other Section of Act 15 of tliu Session
Laws of 1U05.
'Siciiox !). This Act sh.dl take elTect from and after tho
date of its approval.
Approved this 1th day of April, A. D. 1911.
WALTER F. PREAK,
Governor of tho Territory of iluwaii.
To AmI.M ShcTIOXS l.'15-l AXII l.'jnri OK TIM: Hl.VIKhll Lawh
ii- Hawaii, Ki.i.aiixo id Hii.i.iaiius axii Jlowi.iNd
A i.i ..
lia 11 I.'iku led hy llir Legislature of llic Territory of Hawaii:
Si iio.v 1. Section III.M of the Kevivd Laws of Hawaii
is hcichy amended so as to lead as follows;
"Si i'iiox 1 Sir I . '((. The annual fee for a licem-o to keep
a billiard lalilc or a lmwliiif; alley, to lie used for hire or pay,
shall le twenty-live dollars for each table or alley; provided,
bowecr, that no license to keep a billiard tabic shall bo issued
to any minor or female or to any person who has Ihiuii convicted
Smmion t!. Section 1! J. l.'i of the Revised Laws of ITawaii 13
hereby amended so as to lead as follows:
"Skmio.v lJifili. JlcijiilntiDHi: Forffituir. No minor or
female person shall be permitted lo lie or remain in or nlxiut
any piemises wheie licensed billianl. tables ale had and oper
ated, nml, no intoxicating liquor shall he allowed, furnished or
posfctsed in such piciuiM's.
In addition to there conditions, the Ireasuicr of each county
or city and county, shall hac power to picscrilio other regula
tions for the keeping of billiard tables and kittling alleys as ho
may deem necessary for the public good.
The violation of the aloc conditions or of any of the regula
tions m picseribed shall, in the discretion of tho eoiut, work a
forfeiture of the license."
Sum ion !!. This Act shall take effect fioni and after tho
date of its approval.
Approved this Ith day of April, A. I). I!l 1.
WALTER I- Kit EAR,
downier of tho Territory of Hawaii.
To Ami-ami Si.ctiov 2!i!i(i or nn: Rnvihi.ii Laws or Hawaii,
Ri.lwimi to Fi.ns or Tin: Ri.oistiiaii of Oonvkva.mjks.
Bo it Enacted by the Legislature of the Territory of Hawaii:
Slcmio.v 1. That Section 2.'briO of tho Revised Laws of Ha
waii Is hereby amended by adding thereto after subdivision 4
thereof tho following:
"S. Por the filing of an attachment, One Dollar."
"(5. For the filing of a discharge of nn attachment, Twenty
Si.ction 2. This Act xliall take effect upon its approval. K
Approwd this Ith day of April, A. I). 11)11.
WALTER F. FREAR, H
Uoveuior ol the lerntory of Hawaii.
To PiinvnsT I'nu.ic Oi i in-ns ani I'mim.ovkks kiiom Bkino
ok Ri.comimi l.n:i:i.hit.i) i.v J'imu.io CoxntACTS.
He it Enacted by the Legislature of the Territory of Hawaii:
Sicm'ion 1. No ollicer or employee of tho Territory or of
any municipal or political subdivision thereof shall in any way,
directly or iudiieclly, individually or in combination with oth
ers, make or authorie. or paiticip.ito in making or aiithori.ing,
any coutiacl or agreement, oral or written, epres or implied,
for the purchase or sale of any properly or the xrforiuiiucc of
any work by, lo or for the Territory or any such sulnliviioii, in
which contract, agrceinenf, purchase, sale, properly, perform
ance, or work, or in any pas incut or consideration therefor or
iocccils thereof he is or shall be in nn way, diicetly or indi
rectly, as a sulicout ractor or otherwise, pecuniarily interested.
Nor shall any such ollicer oreiuplowc voluntarily liecouie in
terested in any way, directly or indirectly, as a stiln'outriietor or
otherwise, in any such contract or agreement or in the pay
ment or consideration therefor or thciciimler or performance
or proceeds theieof, after he or any Uiaiil or other liody, of
which he was at the time of making the contract or agreement
or during the period of negotiations therefor a lueinlier, has
linide or aiUhoricd, or participated in making or authorizing,
such contract or agieciucnt. Provided, that in ca?(i such eon
tract or agreement is made with a corporation, tho ownership
of not more than five per cent of tin capital stock of such cor
poration shall not Iki a disqualifying or prohibiting interest
within the meaning of this reel ion unless tho owner of such
stock shall have imule or authorized, or participated in making
or aiithori.ing, such contract or agreement on licliulf of such
corporation as an ollicer, agent or employee thereof,
Si.ction 2. A violation of any provision of Section 1 of this
Act shall render the contract or agreement in respect of wliicli
such violation occurs null nnd void.
Skci'ion fl. Any peiwn who violates any provision of Sec
tion 1 of this Act shall be punished hy a fine of w more than
one thousand dollars or by imprisonment for not nioro than one
j ear or by both such tine nnd imprisonment.
Shciio.v I. This Act shall take effect upon its approval.
;(ii,nftmM.i I. h.,mi-. i .)