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-l it',; EVENINQ 'BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H4 MONDAY, NOV. 20, 1911.
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Geary Street, nbovc Union Square
l'uropcan Plan $1.60 n day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
New steel and brick structure.
Kvery comfort and convenience.
A liir,h class hotel at very moderate
rates. In (lie center of theatre mid
retail district. On car lino trans
ferring to all parts of city. Electric
omnibus meets all trains and
steamers Hotel Stew art recognised
as Hawaiian Island Hcndnuarlcrs.
Cable Address "Trawcts"APC code.
J,H Love, Honolulu representative.
The COLONIAL Appeals
lo peraont who know ho
tels, In respect to appoint
merits, cuisino And service
this plic is un equaled.
The terns nrc considerate
Em inn, Abovo Vineyard
W f IT 111 lilt ttl Mil KAN VN S
AM) M)( MOWJt'lTiinS is' 'tiii:
III I'll IH I Hf I TIIii IS
l,llli I 111 MI Vl,1 tll 1
1 1 1 t.i.s i mi uvti.s aui:
ni sos ni.t.
Rooms and Board
W. C. Bcrgin, Prop.
Thcro is but ono abso
lutely scratchlcss caster
These casters and tip,
because of their Feltoid
construction, do not, can
not harden, scratch, mar or
stain. A test proves it.
For sale by
J. HOPP & CO.
OAHU FURNITURE CO.
King Street, opposite Young Hotel
!. O Ilox 810 Tbone 30J
May's Old Kona Coffee
Best In the Mark.
HENRY MAY s CO.
' Phon. 1271
WAS AWARDED HIGHEST HONORS
At tlio recent California Htuto l'alr
) held lit Sacramento:
A GOLD AWARD
A BLUE RIBBON AWARD and
A CA3H PRIZE
Tho Best Milk You Can Use
AT ALL DEALER8
A QUIET, nEFINED HOUSE OF
American Plan Uoom with Hath unit
Hoard from M 00 n Day
Eurcpean Plan Hoom with llath from
12 00 a Diy
Special Monthly Rates
A high-class rnmlly nnd Tourist Hotel,
llnlf Mock from Columbli Theater,
ami on tlio edge, of tlio Itotull Shop
plug District livery room with Pri
vate llith Positively I'lreproot.
W. E. Zander, Manager
Reservations nmdu through
RAVEN & JACODSON
174 King Street - Honolulu
CALL AND INSPECT THE
113 HOTEL STREET
?iunceri and Lenders in
the Automobile Bniineii
Agents for such well-known can
a Packard. Pope-Hartford, Sterens
Duryea, Cadillac, Thomas Flyer,
Llulclc, Overland, Palter Electric, and
Supplies & Repairing
CCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
For tho BEST RENT CAR8 in the
city, ring up J
OLDSMOBILE, No, 403 1 RENAULT,
No. 404; I.ANDAUI.ET, No. 680
C. H. BEHN
Al.Ii Wi: ASK IS A TRIAL)
HONOLULU VULCANIZING WORK8
Phone 1323 Kapiolani Building
Use a PREST-O-LITE TANK on
your Automobile end save Generator
Acetylene Light and
Agency Co., Ltd.
36 FINE LARGE CALIFORNIA
MULES EX LURL'INE
The niCYCLE DEALEE and il
PAIKER, hai moved to
180 KINO 1T1III
New location Red front, neai
Young Building, Telephone 2518.
AGRICULTURE IN OLDEN DAYS
Willi tlio establishment of u mar
keting department nnd with tho stlmu
I its tint is brine; given to the small
fm nu'i , It In Interesting to look back
lulu tlio past nnd see what crops were
ciitllvnlcd at the tlmo nf tlio discov
ery of tho Inlands by the "white races
In IS," II tlio I toy nl Hawaiian Agri
cultural Society was furined, only to
die n niitunil death some twontj-lhe
jears later At t lie Initial meeting
tlio lion Hubert 0, Wyllle dellered
mi address, In which ho quoted from
the le-cords of Ciiptnln Cook mid Don
rr.ineiseu dc Paula Mnrlu
In going through the pages of Cup
tain Cooks book tho following pio
eluctlona nro noted as being in exist
ence sexetity-lwo jeurs beforo tlie
date of the meeting In IS.'O: Tarn
of law size and line iunlity; mveet
potatoes, from twelve to fourteen
pounds each; plalntnlna, llvo or six
nrletles; bre.idfrult, senrco; jniiis,
scarce; n sweet root, like yam In
form, prob.tbly tbn root of the ti
plant; sugar rnno nf largo. xl;o and
Rood ipuillty; cocoanuts; nvn Tnnt;
gourds; fowls, scarce; hogs, nbiin
dant; dogs, used us food; geese; large
"Kourteen years after tills date, nnd
when Vancouver lslted tho Islands,
there weio only two thlnps ndded to
tlio list water nnd musk melons."
w llromrlit 'I'liltitro.
Wjlllo Incorporated In Ills speech
also the del, ills, ns fur us be could
nsccrtnln, of who brought nil the va
rious things to the Islands. Ills list
I Tho discoverer, Captnin Cook,
who in Sunday, rebruary 1, 177S,
left on the Island nf .Nlllinu, one ram
goat nnd two ewes, n hoar and sow
or Hngllsh breed and tlio seeds of
melons, pumpkins and onions.
1 Captnin Colnel, who left ii ewo
nnd u ram on Kauai, beforo tlio ar
rival of Vancouver.
3 Captnin Vancouver, who, on Sun
duj. March 4. 1"'.)2, left to Tlnnnti, on
Hawaii, some vine and orange plants,
some almonds and garden seeds, and
to Keniimokn (tho father of Kiiahu-
Unfit Relieved by Lydia E. Pink
ham's Vegetable Compound.
Dcwlttvillc, X.Y. "lleforo I start
fil to take l.yilla V.. l'lukliam's Veg-:
1111)10, uumpouiiu i
suffered iie.irly all
tho tlmo with head
ami bearing down
p.ilus, a ml had a
continuous twin in
my left side. It
mado mo sick if I,
tried to vvalK much,
and my back was so
weak tu.it 1 wns
obliged to vvoar
corsets nil tho time.
Hut now I do lint have any of theso
troubles. I Imvn a Duo strong baby
Uughtqr now, which I did nut liavo
liufuro taking LvdU K. I'lnkhani's
Veget.iblo Cumpnuiul " Mlts. A. A.
c.ili-s, llouto4l, Dovvlttvillc, X.Y.
. i Tho abovo Is only ono of tlio tliou-
ntids of 'grateful lottors which aro
ortslantly Imlnff received by tbn
'hikh mi Medicine Company of f,yn(n,
'tnss., which provulieyniuliidoiibtthat
l.jdia E. I'iiiKti.im's VuRcLtblo Conu
xuiiiu, nuiuu lrnin roots ami nurns,
li'tually does euro tbesu obstinate dis
uses ot women, ami thai every siicn
differing """lal1 ovvus It to horself to
U least give Iyilia K. l'inkh.im's Vcgo
lahlu Comiioitnd a trial lieforo submit
ting to an operation, or giving up
hope bf n covery. ,
Sirs. lMukliani nf f.ynn, Mk.,'
Invites nil sick women 'to Write
tier tor ndvlce. Slio lins ttuldest
tliniisiiiwls to health and ,ucr
nii-'o U free.
t ( n ..l i.
I'.ihtm Kong of St. Peter's chapel
In this clt has received some rpilta
Interesting news direct from Chlnil
nlid the cent u the robclllon, Tie
lbttcrs canio b the last steamer from
tlio Orient, and tell of the nui row es
capo of filcmls and relatives of Rov,
Kong, Among thoso latter nro a mini
her of Honolulu horn Chlneso Iiojh
wlio hiva been bent lo China to at
tend tlio llounc Unlverslt).
Tho bojs fiom lloono Univoislt),
nil Honeiliilu horn, mado their escape
Irom tho city us well, and for u lonij
distance tbey had to puss lluoult
stitcls and over country whore tho
unhiiiled coipsos of soldiers of both
til mles muilo a most giuoMiiue spec
tuclu Tho Kong family Is well known In
Honolulu and all tho rhlldien have)
been highly educated, tovcral of them
pow being In China.
Do )ou dc'Beivo tlie good opinion of
tliobc who think well of jou?
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t 'i I -, Jw
v i :
mutiu)iit fiiutv kid and soma Hue oi
nngo plants 'nnd garden seeds On
March HI lie left to the oung Prlnco
Kmunuhlll of Knual n tnnlo and female
goat nnd two geese On February 2.1,
I7D.1, be left to Keaiimokii ono ram,
two ewes and one ewo lamb. On l''eb
ruary 19 ho landed a hujl nnd n cow
from California for Knmchamehn I,
In the ennoe of Krlmniiuilino, off tho
const of Hawaii. On Kcbluary 22 he
landed live cows, two ewes and n ram
In tlio buy of Kcnlakeakun for Knme
banielut I. On Tuesday, .March fi, he
landed In the same plnce, for tlio
King, a variety of culinary utensils
agricultural Implements, smiths' mid
carpenters' tools On March 17 ho
made a present of a largo assortment
of useful tools, Implements and hnuso
hold utensils mid some gnats to tho
King of Maul. On March 2S bo pre
sented a complete set of armorers'
tools to Ihiemo, the ruling chief (if
Knual. On Jntmary IT., 1794, he hind
M n bull, two cows, two bull calves,
five rams nnd live ewe sheep from
California for Kiiineliiiinelm I.
l'roni the Journal nf Marin comes
the Information that In 1813 ho plant
ed at sundry times some pineapples
nnd ornngo tiees, benns, cnbbages
potatoes, peaches, chrlmojns, horse
radish, melons, tobicco, carrots, as
paragus, maize, llg trees, lemons and
lettuce, nnd that bo had engaged In
making kukul oil, coconnut oil, can
dles, tiles, hay, cigars, nnd had acted
In tho capacity of butcher, cook,
mason, ship carpenter and phslclnn.
From this out he was u regulai
Jack of nil trades Ono da ho made
mills, another he wns planting vines;
be made vvlno, brandy nnd beer, and
then started sowing Ho put in cot
ton, coffee, cloves, tomatoes, turnips,
neiiner and chills, wheat nnd baric)
snfTorn and cherries. Among tho
things that ho mado were lime, salted
nork. nlckles. castor oil, soap, mo-
i lasses, syruii of lemon juico ami
shirts. Later He was uusy iiuikiiik
sugar In 1819. In September of tho
samo je.ir ho was (nought tho first
ornngo that hud been grown from
seen" 1m planted eight' years before.
Twu former members of the famops
hind of Mosliy ItnnKcrs, which terror
l7id the outposts bf the Union iirniy
lining tlm civil war. died In their homes
Ip Washington In the las(t two , da;
JifliTi " VlioniaTMlv1nsr KT e.irs old,
chief irlTk otillie Intern il revenuu bu
reau, dml Aiulrcnr i llohon, i,7 ears
old, iirJithlUliftcsl rncmbcrM of this
hunil of CiiiifetUfutu soldiers to pass
"iw"' -i .
Mr Illvlns tiled .Thursday afternoon
nt his hnlne.''jfi lCcnvon street nortli-
vtist Ho vviuf'liorn In Mllledgevllle,
tja., nnd eiilL'ter as u telegrapher lit
t)ie bcRliiniiig.of the elvll war. In tlio
Inst jears of the war he was trnns
fetred to Mnslij's nangers, and partic
ipated In many of the attacks or tho
guerrillas. At, tlm close of tho vwir he
c.uiie to Washington and was n re
porter on tho National Republican
lie ws later iriiuyiRcr f Alliaugh's
Theatre, now t'hne's He wns ap
pointed cltrk In the Treasury I)op.irt
ment 111 Stay. 1X77
He is survived by Ills wife, ono son,
llol.ert lllvlnrf, of Albany, N Y. an
Ini-pXTtor In the Internal revenue ser
vice; one elalighter, Mp I.eltey Tav
lor. of New York; his mother, who
live "In Mllledgevllli', Oil, and it
brother, William lllvens, of K.iviinn.ili.
Mr. 'Ilobsoh was born In Winches
ter, Vu noil enteiiMl the c'nnfcilernto
iifmy with the Htoni-wall brigade lit the
lieginuliig of the war Ho later was
triiiisferreif to Mbshy's rtangero, and
served with this bund of llbhttrs until
the close of ho war, when he returni'd
to his Virginia home Twent-two
jears ago ho canio to Washington He
was a prominent member of the Ma
sonic oider In the District
He Is survived by four sisters, Mrs.
P..' Ilurse, nf this olt ; Sirs O V
fVKIirl, of lliiltlnioro; .Mrs J II
Helms, of Mount (Ynwforrd, Vn , nnd
Mrs Mary 12. Thompson, ot Ilero
vllle. Vu ' ' '
YAMAMOTO DIES INSTANTLY.
Yuuiuuiuto.Viiiuke, a Jupunese la
tuner wlo was working on u new elite II
that is being dug from Wnliihole over
the Koolau ramie to Wulpahu, eajne to
hi death s'uddenly jesterdiy by full
lug down the pall He wns winking ut
tho time, and was struck on the head
byjii blrtl nick,' which knocked lllm over
tho cllrr Instantly Ills body was re
covcreit rtbenlffnlir hours iiflervvmils
jYiiifinnlutn nnel a partner were work
ing on the trail hist Situnhiy after
noon, when ho went In nnniner uiree
tlon without telling Ills friend about It
While trjlng to step on n stone a big
rock tell onto Ills hunt, kiioiKlug lilin
iliiwn tho illrr, whero ho was sulwe
ipioutl toiiud dead
Hhcrln Jariett mid Police Siilgisin
Hmcrsnn, upqn'iQCelit of a icport from
Deputj SlKrllT Davis nf Kooliu, Jiur
ilel don n' 111 1i"inachiiie. lult on nrrlvml
they found that tlio mail was dend
Tonight u eorouei's Imiiiest will becon
dueted hj I)eput Sheriff Davis
Stomach, Liver, Kidney and
NO THIS f ICTUSI MUST
c ow ivtsf e
ca w pt ,iti
Cm InOMnuoo. Dtjmw. Sow Slom
Kk.Lk jApptiw, HrtfWljui. Uu
a Wuid MSmUiL DUijl Tnui.
Pwu I" Sumck sllti lun. SkK Hid
cm. Ditunew.CoAlnllonjnK. BikpuoMt
UOdpH. Drw lf. CWl.ssdF.wf.
Urn, fcf.ltM. Firm. nJ Fss.
JsyscSK, liMk.tkt, Disbms, Crsnl, Ifd.
t . a?L. . lv...H ItiiiU TmuMa.
KrrrUiMew. lmr"MDi!. Csunll.
Stniyl,. M.li.iWn, Nnu. Daocdcm
smiii..i.. Hnaovr. wonni, Otfu Cos
sspsliMSj Asscnuc Oodiiioa.
A Cnsl iosk lor w,
1je ss WUH tor .se. e toe II JO
Nisc-Bii. Denmi'm Omoossd HssVsl.
f SO sluhsl TIclrfots rVs SMS
si so S.SS01 SMy ttii sTqnily.
Honolulu Drug Co.
Tlio Masonic fuueiiil service under
the auspices nf Oceanic Lodge was
said .vi'stvidav over the lemiiliis of
.lolin Nott. Thero were liuudli'ds of
friends piesent besides the MiKoiile
biethieu. Ilciiullful llor.i! pieces nearl
coveted tlio casket. A muse beautiful
wreath from tho Honolulu I ho l)o
p.iitmcnt gave lesllmoii) to the re
spect In vvlilih the deceased was held
by that bod
When the hcarso pisreil Die cpn
t nil (lio sliillou at tlio csiucr of lt
street imd lleietniilu livQiiue, tho iti?n
uf tlio companies stalbmul t'iciowero
ilned up ci tlio curb, the eiulni's ntnl
ti licks behind them tereliiouloiinly
rjiuiinod and leiuly for the "Inst call."
and the mou, with hired bends, dilut
ed the icmait's of the fuimur chief.
Pall licjicru wero Chief .iglnec
C. II. Tliiiihlon and Kngincer Willi un
lessctt of the file ilepirlhicnt, John
l.ueas, .liiines l.ove, 1.. M A'eltcsiMi,
.lullus Asch, Sr. .fiilui Nelll, allit'Voin
Siiillh. Intel muit was In Nun inn
Tlie seivlees uvet tho lemalus o
tho bite Ilr .1 I Midivvv weio vci
simple hut effeitlve, the Hey lleliiy
Parker of K.iwuluh m iliuiih nnd
I 'in nk Damon olllelntlng Tho lemalus
weio nut placed In a casket but re
clined on a couch and were eoveicd
with Howe is and the Amcilcau II'IA
After tlie eeiemoii) nt tho lam
home tlio hod was liiVen to Nmiaiui
eeinetet) and iiem.iled, The lulei-
liientMir itie lu-nei win ne private
is Clogged up
TTi.l's Whs Ynn'ra TiniS-ftnl nf
sorir-rsaTts no nppciu...
will put you right
ia lew dsys.
1 hey do
issiitli, Indigotios, ssd Sick HttJscts.
SKUL riU, SHAU D0SC. SMALL Mid
Genuine nuttim Signuturo
Will Do It
ALGAROBA DEAN MILLS
ONE SrCOND-HAND STANDARD
I GASOLINE ENGINE. 16 H. P.
1494 EMMA 8TR7:ET T.lsphon. 241S
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AUTO BUS AND UNIFORMED REPRESENTATIVES MEET ALL
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iiticipating every deunuul of the most, exacting guest.
EUROPEAN PLAN, FROM $2.00 UP
UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF JAMES WOODS
e ?c " v ' I I t 1 " v .
INITIALS PUT ON FREE
KAM CHONG CO.,
CeiltNlin IMItT AND HKllKTAN'IA KTItHirtrJ IlAllitlt-K Uf.OCK
J. A;.0ILMAM-" .'
Shipping and Commission
ARTHUR SEWALL & CO., BATH, ME.
PARR0TT & CO., SAN FRANCISCO
BADGER'S FIRE EXTINGUISHER CO.
GENERAL FIRE EXTINGUISHER CO;
(liiti.vvKU, Airiojirno hiitiMvi,i:u)
NEUMAN CLOCK CO.
ROYAL STANDARD TYPEWrVtEFI5 ' '
AACHEN & MUNICH FIRE INS. CO.
POUT M'ltKKT, MJAIt MKHCJI V.T.
i "A Car for tho Discriminating Few"
Complete American Line for the
Season of 1912
AMERICAN TRAVCLER Type 50 $4000
AMERICAN TRAVELER Type 54 J200
AMERICAN TOURIST Typo 34 !.!. 2200
AMERICAN SCOUT Typo 22 "!'.!!!! 1200
AMERICAN MOTORS CO.,
Cor. Alakoa and Hotel Sts. . . . phone 3009
GEO. B. BECKLEY, Solo Distributor
AND SOU WANT A 00011
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