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EVENINQ BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, JAN. 2, 1912.
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THINK THIS OVER
'Dili llfler MkiiiIiI (lulu die ContMime
(if tin- .Moot M,iiilriil.
Wc pa) for alt the medicine uscil
iIiiiIiik llir irlil, If our reined falls
(o complete!) tolleve win of tonsil
p.ttion We tike nil the link You
aie not obll;i(od to tin In an) way
.vhalcvor, If )ou ncropi our offer.
That h a iiiIkIiIv lire. id Bl.ilciuciit, lint
o mom cnv wind of It Could any
ililiiK tie moie fair for )m?
A most sclent I tic, ctuumon-'CiiHO
tiritincnt Ik 1 tox.il I Onlcilles, which
are eaten like r.ttnl) Their nc Ive.
iiilnclplc In n rerent nclentlflc iIIkcov
erv that in odorlcnH, colorlost, nml
lnntclcs, verv pronounced, gentle, and
pleasant In aitlon, and partleulnrl)
ngit cable In over) way. This liiRrc
dlcnt does not cause diarrhoea, mm
cm, II itnlctico, KrlpliiK or other In
convenience Itexall Orderlies nro
p.irMrulail) pood for children, nped
and delicate perxons,
IF )ou suffer fiom rhronte or hubl
tint (onxtlpitlon, or the iiKKoelnto or
dependent rhionlc ailments, wo iirso
Mm to tr) Itexall Onlerlles at our
risk Itenumlicr jmi cm get them
hi Honolulu onlv nt our store 30 tab
its 1!" cent SO tiblclH, SO rents.
Sold only lit mil stoic The Hex ill
Stoic llcnroii, Smith & Co, Ltd., I
Inrt and lintel sttefs, llouoliilu.
DAY AT PRISON
Under the dliectlon of rather Val
entin assisted l) J M Martin, New
Yc ir's Day was cclclunted In an tip
piopilato manner at the territorial
nntcrtalnmeuts of tills character,
l,len h) the permission of High Shor-
I n iteniy, aro Rreati) cnjo)cd by tno
luni.itcs niiil m o considered a uplcn
'Id educational and scml-rcllglous fea
ture The entertainment jesterday
v.m kUcii In tho prison ard. The
program coimiftiiiR of musical and III
erar) fcitmcM, wns received with en
Ihiislnsm, and nt Its conclusion ono
"f tho Inmates delivered a short ad
dress, tlmnkliiR the p.irtlclpints and
yxpressliiR bpplIiiI appicclatlon of tho
efforts of rather Valentin and Mr
I'nthuslaitle wctu tho cheers and
ipceches last nlfiht at Aula I'ark at
tho mass incetltiR held In (lie admir
ers of the Chlneso revolution ii) nr
t, wllli Dr. Sun Vet Son as Its (list
itesldent. l'letcdliiR the meoMiiff. n
long procession of the local Chinese
marched HiioiirIi Chinatown with
torches nnd doits. The flrecinckcM
were dlrcharRCil fiom all tho IiIr busi
ness houses, Itidlcn Iiir thcli Kjnip.ithv
nllli the movement now being mado
Under tho banners of tho now re
public, stirioundcil hj larRO Ainc-lc.in
InRs, IMItor Tsal of tho Libert) News
who acted as chalrniin of the meet
'iir, called for Hire cheers for tho
republic of Chlni Kvcrvono In thi
iiidlence, IncludliiR a larRO niinihcr of
the sailors and in irinot from tho
licet, cheered nnd wacd llio tlags of
tho new-born republic
After IMItor Tsal hid nude his In-t-oductory
remarks In which ho prais
ed Dr. Sun Yet San for his success
fill achievement, ho called upon llov
Frank W. Damon to address tho audi
ence Mr. Damon pointed nut tho
f let that Dr. Sun, the now piesldcnt
if tho republic of China, was one of
tho Ricatest men of modern times. Ho
asked the iiudlcneo to rIvo three
cheers for him, which was responded
o with lm and prolonged applause
IMItor Lcoiir of tho Chinese News
In Lima, rem, also mado a strong
nddress of prnlxe fur Dr. Sun. Mr.
Sun Ko, son of Dr. Sun was Introduc
ed as the coming mm of the hour. He
nroso and nddiessed the nudlenco
thanking them for their support nnd
urging them till to march onward nnd
upward for the betterment of tho peo
ple of China.
That a hospital ship be provided for
null or tho nn)'s diets Is the rec
ommendation of Surge on (Icncral
Stokes to tho Nuvy Department.
von Hamm- Young
I'luneeri ind Leaders in
the Automobile Boiinen
Agcntt for (itch wl-knowD can
a Packard. I'opo-llartford, Starent
Uuryea, Cadillac, Tiiomaa Flyar,
llulck, t)rland, Bakar Electric, and
ICHUMAN CARRIAQE CO.
SUPPLIES AND REPAlRINQ
ASSOCIATED GARAOE, LTD.
Tor th. BEST RENT CARS In th.
city, ring up
OLOSMOBILE, No. 403 RENAULT,
No 404 1 I ANOAULET, No. 580
C. H. BEHN
ALL WC ASK IS A TRIAL
HONOLULU VULCANIZING WORKS
Phont 1823 Kaplolanl Building
Use a PRE8T-O.LITE TANK on
your Automoblla and aava Qantrator
Acetylene Light and
Agency Co., Ltd.
MARINE CORPS AIR
VIEWS ON UNIFORM
Changes In tho marine corps uni
form aie not frequent, and when
deemed necessary tho men them
tches .no glvon tt chance to air their
-.lews. Not long ago n consignment
of two st)les of under-ciothes wiu
tent to Camp Vor)', and after a thor
ugh trial, tho men gnc their prefer
ences nnd tho consensus of opinion
,Mis forwarded to the dcpaitment.
In lino with this s)stcm, the fol
'owing lotnmuiilcatloii appearing In i
tcccnt Ibsiio of tho Army and N.iw
Journal will bo of local Interest.
N'avy Yard, Philadelphia, I'a , Nov.
Tei tho IMItor eif the Army and Nti)
I understand that tlioiu is a boaid
going to coin mo fn the Marine Coipi
at WashliiRton, for the purisiso of con-t-ldorlng
changes In tho onlMcd men t
uniform A list was sent immd to the
various, ships somo llino agi request
ing suggestions for tho alteration of
tho unlfoiin from tho enlisted mon
nttached to those vcssols prlnclpall)
the non-conimleslAncd eitllreis werotn
1'flcr suggestions I have lie ml the
views as expressed by men in varl
mis birracks nnd on various ulilpj, and
hetewlth is what the) would l!ko to
Khaki uniform to remain as It Is
No ( haiiRc Pull dress coat to he ah
ollnhed Overcoat to ho abolished ind
one similar to uso In the U. S Infan
try adopted. Ill no trousers to ho of a
shade darker. Whito uniform for en
listed men to be abolished. Muttons
on uniforms to remain tho same as
pirsent time. Pull dress cap to bo
abolished. I'm full dress uniform have
a breast cold of the Miulno colon
"blue niiil gold," leaving the diosx
blouse as It now Is, and wear the blue
c.,p Abolish tho whito belts now In
i'n', tho bianco that Is applied leaves
marks on clothing that Is qullo dim
cult lo rcniovo, and fiirtliermoto tho
nso on cap covers don't meet tho tip
pi oval of tho men and many onircrs.
Adopt tho tun colored loathor garri
son belt with caitrldgo case for use
on boaid ship nnd In Riirrlsons It Is
much more admired b) tbo enlisted
men and most officers than the one
In uso at present. Hnvo tho Held belt
lor what It Is Intonded for field set
vice. ItcsLlnd tho order of wearing
leggings In tho gatrlson or on loivo
vcat them onl) for drill and maTc'its
The enlisted men all concur with Ilrl-
gndler (icncral Duncan, of tho Do
rartment of Texas, in icgard to leg-
Rings the) onl) stop tho di nihil Ion
of tho blood In tho wrltor's opinion
Ulvo consideration to tho opinions of
wearct of the uniform, ho Is tho ono
who knows tho conifoits and dlscom
JOHN V. 1IAUMAN, IJ 8. M C.
IMPORTED and ISLAND
TO SELL MULLET
AM A a I
with the Ara-Notch in
place of the bothersome
buttonhole ISc. each 2 for 25c.
Ctuett, rcihody ti Co , Makcra
ARROW CUrrS. 25c a 1'aln
CHANGE OF PROGRAM
"A Night Off"
Take 11 nlclit on and sec this lilt of
fun and luar the Musical Specialties
The Famous Burleiquo on
PSl'AL l'lllCKS - USUAL PUN
Monday Wadneiday Friday
Tin: iiouki: op thi: hi:st
Moving Pictures will be
Better and More
Numerous than for
FRANCE8 and BENCE
Slntjert and Character Sketch Artliti
Whitney & Marsh,
French and "Home-Made"
will begin on
Dining Tables, - $3.60 upwards
Box .Lounges, with Head, to $15.75
Box Lounges, plain, - - $13.50
FINEST WHITE MATTING PATENT HINGES
Always Low-Pried Good., all the year round tbo tame, at
KING AND ALAKEA STREETS
There la but one abto
lutely scratchteia caster
Theae canters and tip,
because of their Feltoid
constructloni do not, can
not harden, scratch, mar or
stain. A test proves it.
For sale by
J. Hopp & Co.
I liJSHii Leonard
I 1 ta)
I iSiini Re""erator
Bj V P"""jftai1 'j Porcelain lined, with every
B W II II J ill compartment In ono piece,
I IIIIm n HacKs. & c"
J ' ""Hfr1 FORT AND QUEEN STREET3
Tai LOy CO., Jewelen
Canton Ware, Vases; Chinese Embroidery
Cor. Hotel and Nuuanu Sts.
KOA FURNITURE !
OAHU FURNITURE HO.
King Street, opposite Young Hotel
P O lloi 140 Phono Hill
The trial of the riilnesn dealers In
mullet at the llshinarkct did not coino
up In pollco court this inornlnu Tho
matter was continued until January 8,
when they Intend to llRht tho easo be
fore Judge Monsarrat It Is said that
the) will not stop selling mullet nt
their stalls in the market until the
Hupremo Court has decided against
'I huso arrested under Act 3 are All
Mil Till Lo), Hon Mau, Mill Kee, All
Kvvtil and Wong Kin.
OIOAl HOW It
OTTNRT CO liranti
"For Sale" carda at Dullatin..,
rhe BICYCLE DEALE1 and U
PAIRER, has moved to
180 KINO IT1III
New location- Red front, near
Young Building Telephone 2516.
THE MODERN SUBSTITUTE
FOR THE HOT WATER DOTTLE
A flexible pad heated by electricity. Requires no
more current than a 16-c p. lamp. Attachable to
any lamp oocket.
INDISPENSABLE FOR USE IN
THE HOSPITAL OR THE HOME
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
If It's Paint
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All IEEN EVERYWHERE
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