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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, FRIDAY, JAN. 5, 1912.
ijj'l'lio AuhIi all:iiiK aro boijiiiiiliiK to
yjjist (ho llnnds Around tlio Pacific
Jjbib, ;inl (ho work of thu Honolulu
vflio riillnwIiiR Is n IfiitlliiK urllclo
(rum the Sjdncy Mtirnlni; llcinhl of
ljvwmlicr Hill, 1911:
JlIANUS AHOUNI) Till: PACIFIC
A I'KACH CI.UI1.
JSfcllANCII KOH.MKI) IN SYDNIJV.
2?)iio of the mint Inti'icsting travel
nrp.inlriitiuiiH (i( tlio world Is 'ho
"lliunls Aiuitnil the I'arlllc Chit),''
which h,i:) IIh lic:iihii:iriprs In lliini)
fflii. Mini branches In l.iiiiddii, Peru,
fni Seattle. .Mr. l'oro Hunter, who
fecclilly returned fiin h win Id lour.
1.1 lllbt vice-president of tlio club, mid
fill IiIh pamlllK tlirnimll HnlKiliiIti un
Ills way home, was cutcrtnlnod at dln
icr hy over ZOO ol tlio prominent rc
Hidcnts, with the (Inverimr of tlio ter
lltury In the rlinlr. This function vvai
liuulo the first annual banquet of the
Club, uhleh has sprum; from Hiuall bc
RllinliiRs Into j world-wide niKiulza
lion, with a pniliablo future which ma)
have liiiKiit.int results upon the ro
tations of tlio peoples of tho l'ac.lle.
Mow the Idea Originated.
"liver since I haP been alilo to t.ilU
and write I'o been Interested In the
1'adllc Ocean ami Its borderK, and
frill tlruMrl) In llio slioio of New South
Unles," .Mr. Hunter tilted jcstorila.v.
thin nuiKiilfleent lino of eii.mt,
vidushcd with the mom RhirlnuH jsnltl
on benches to bo round any w hero In
tlio world, iiiin always appealed pow
erfully to me. 1 lime stood on Its
eHfes and pintnontiirles with mail) vis
itors frnni aliio.nl, Impio.isliip; Uhiii
them It lienullos and .illiaetloiiM. One
th visitor I remember partleul.uly
ii oiiiiK mini who spent a few d.ive
Ill S.Mlnev in 1007. a i est less, cnerK
die. iiiiiiKiiintlc mapizliie wilier fiom
Now York. I took to him the moment ho
tqld tno he traveled ror nine months
In Hie j oar, and for the other tlneo
lletated niae.izlno articles to a mono
grapher Ho not mil) had the travel
mat, hut ho hnd the tote or plnco
Still e thai da bo him tipread the fiiue
fthd beauty ami seductive call of Syd-i"-
far and wide Hut the) line linn
li.inicM-cil now He Ik runnlin; a mi
Ealno or his own, and until he elves
It avvnv to some one iih he will koiiio
dnv, b will travel no mote Thin in
Mcxundet Hume l'oid and Ills nauio
Is a household word In the nncizlno
nlllres of America. Ho looked irtini a
New South Wiilew P.ielllp headland at
our lic.irlH". at the Mniv lace or tho
lieakbiK iiiIIcik. at the K.ind uliliiing
like miillen mild, llio misty cipos; and
reaward at the deep blue, heaped na
iler a i'iiohhIiii; nor-easter Just shovv
ns a sllmpsp ef pparl) foam beie an I
t'erp, mid ho said- "Yes, tills Is thu
.'ncllle Hut It Isn't onl) your ocein
I lo )iiu real Ire that 7000 miles east
Unit oeoan Is uiHiIiik on luros. and
! reaches north and goiilh nn I touches
ihe borders of null) countries mid
mall) peoples. It should form a lln't
iHlween us. must tin sonicthliiB."
"With Kuril tn lno an Idea Is In net
upon It. and IIioiigIi for the moment
iiimc urgent mntlcrs eimrnssod us, It
was not Ioiir befnie lie had lannehcl
In Honolulu the Hands Aiimud tlio P.i
Spread of the Movement.
"The Hands Around the 1'nrMc Club
has taken up the wirk for the Pacific
and It has alrcnd) made considerable
piosioss. A branch In Sjilncy Is In
ho presided over bv Sir Allen Taylor.
Its first vice-president Is Mr. V. (1.
Conic): Mr. Ailhiir Kidman is a pro.
tulncnt meinbcr. Captain .1. I), a.
Phillips, of the Xealaiidla, one of the
best known men on tlio Pacific. Is a
stioni; adheiPiit; and the branch, well
launched, will undoubtedly ncipilio
MiviiKlh and liuportnlico. The Pre
mier I.Mr M'(lowen) Is an honorary
president of thu patent body, as Id
Sir Joseph Ward. The (lovornor ol
Honolulu Is president, and Sir (leoriit
'leld Is picsldent of the liudon
llinuch. whli h bnincli was fortnod us
a special compliment mid in iocoruI
Ion of the Mint Interests or Britain
In tlio Pacific Ocoan. On tho Pacific
Coast of Canada and tlio United Stales
somu or tho most puimlncnt citizens
arc Interesting Ihenisolves In Ihe
lioveiuent. iind so in Iitln America
the work Is IipIiik taken up with th
prcatest onthlislasm by the foremost
people In each center. Iteeenlly In
Monnliilu a notable ccnt whs a peace
address bUcii under llio nmplces or
the cluh hy the ruinous American edu
"itlniiiillst. Dr. David Starr Jirdan
This addirss has been lsiid ns a
bulletin bv llio club. It Is exacted
that the Sydney branch will prrno t-i
le one of Ihe most Impor ant con
leis or tlio club, and that It will con
tribute lamely to the work of innklni;
tho Pacific countries better known
both one to tho other and abroad
FOR YOUR HAIR
litre Arc Furls v Miuit Vim lo
Prate at Our lllsk.
When the roots of the hair nro en
tirely dead and tho pores of the scalp
nro Klnrcd ocr, wo do not believe
that liny I IiIhk can icstoio hair Rriiwth.
Hut, when the hnlr rools retain any
life, wo believe thero Is nothing that
will so solely promote hnlr Rrnwtli as
will llexall "93" Hnlr Tonic. To prove
that statement, wo promise to
I'mir hundred inure luimlKrniits wero
landed at the Territorial station to
day, tho majority IicIiik broiiRht from
Quarantine Island, where they huvo
been detained on account of smallpox,
iirmniitlv return all tho money im I "llll! ""mbeV wero transferred from
pay us for Itcxall "Oa" Hair Tonic, ,",c ''Pral Iniiiilirratlmi station Tbeso
nhmild II not i. lease vou. .Intter huvo been under examination for
- i ... ....
'piiysieal aiiiiKiits wmcii woiiiu nisipiai
Ify thpin ns linmlKriiiits iindtr the Fid
era I laws.
t'apliilii Paul .Smith, who Is In
cliuritc or the IiiiuiIkiiiiiIs at the stn
Itcxall "!'.1" Hnlr Tunic dPslroyH tho
Kerms which are usually responsible
for baldness. It penetrates In tho
roots of the hair, HtlmulatlUK and, by
prohiotlni; ciiculallon, noiirlsliliiR
llexall "33" Hair Tonic helps lo re
lieve sculp Irritation, to remmo dand
lu n', to prevent the hair from fnllliiR
out, and to promote nn Increased
Kiowtli of hnlr. It comes In two
slrca, prices M cents and $1.00. He
member, you can obtain It only at our
store The llexall Stoic. Heiison,
Smith & Co., Ltd., Kurt and Hotel
"GRIZZLY BEAR" SETS
PACE FOR FLEET NEWS
tion. last night vviiil home for tho
llrst lime In u week lie lias been lit
erally IIvIiik ou tils Job since the first
batch of Immigrants came to tho sta
tion last Thursday, slecpliiK at nlRht
anywhere he could roll up a unlit and
u mattress mid walehliiK thu linml
Krauts with utmost care It is largely
due to bis exertion that tho station
has started oft with Hie excellent reo
onl of but one Illness and no trouble!
of any sort iimonR the tired, nervous
mid other rather iiiarrelsoiuo Ininil-
Rrants who have to be kept Inside the
('a Ida I n Smith Is now engaged Ill
eslabtlsliliiR a "baby ward" Tho stork
"The Standard .Miwiizlnt "f Ihe I'a
elllc rieet." as It Is called -and with
Rood reason has Just made Its second, ' RettlliK so busy ut tho station that
niiieiiriinee here ilurlim tlie stay of llio, me "aril promises to ho well lllled,
licet It Is the "Drizzly Hear," pub
lished by the null of the L' S S Cali
fornia, and In make-up, Ritieral up-
pearame mid contents it is wormy nri
Two mntbers nre now lendlnc their
tiny babes In the rcRtilar and rather
cramped lion tots, but Captain Smith
will have a spi ei.illy screened com-
tho lliiRshlp or of any vessel In tlio.I""'tinciit hereafter.
iiuxy. Ono of the mntbers surprised tlio
The drizzly Hear shows marked sIriis 'station attendants by Insisting on Kct
nf orlKlnallly. mid Its contenls rank It tbiK up and vvashliiR clothes two days
as distinctly IiIkIi class It Is full ofafter her little Rlrl bad arrived. When
matter that mal.is Rood reaillnc and' protests were made that slm inlsht
of articles that will be clipped out or overexert berseir she said that back
kept In bound volumes, mid Is well ll-i'11 '"In there was nolhliiR unusual In
luMrated. The openliiR nf Pearl Ilnr- "cl1 hardihood.
bor and other artlclis on the stay of
the Heel lu Hawaii are Riven much
pioiulueiiie J It DeerbiR Is the ed
itor and I! P Kldrlek Is the puldlslicr.
lis advertisers should lie well p.ttrou-
At Manufacturers' Prices
See Our Window Display
L. B. Kerr & Co.
WORK WILL BE RUSHED
ON ARRIVAL OF PIPE
With tho arrival of tho steamer
Alaskan tomorrow' will come tlio Hist
of the lion pIpinR for tho new water
mains that nro to ho laid through tho
principal streets of tho city. The pipe
Is shipped hero from Now York.
Other consignments will conllnuo
to nrrlvo at Intervals of about ten
days now until the whole consignment
Is here Work Is to be started almost
1 Immediately and will bo rushed
I through lu order that tralllc on tho
hticets may not bo dcl.'oed any longer
BENSON, SMITH'S WINDOW
IS MOSQUITO EXHIBIT
Ilonson, Smith & Co hnvo como to
he (Hint In llio sanitation educational
work, and have devote;, a window to
a display of mosquito larvao that Is,
both Interesting mid Instructive. I.ai
ao from six dlffoicnt sources niodls
pla)cd In class cases and tho exhibit
Is iiuliiuo mid Instructive.
Many pcnplo hnvo little Idea of what
mosquito larvae really Is, In splto of
tlio wide publicity given llio campaign
against Ihe hjhIs. Oiio look at tlio
Penson, Smith window will leach a
DIG CHORUS FOR
A large number of Honolulu's lead
ing amateur singers turned out last
evcnhiR for thu llrst ineetlnir of the
chorus that will h a feature of tho
operu "Plnarore," whlth Is to bo stimeil
by the Floral Parade management on
the evening of IVbruary SI on a ship
In una of tho naval slips here. Tim
turn-out last evening was a pleasant
surprise to Director (leneral Wall, who
had been able lo Rlvo only two days'
notion of the llrst meeting.
The chorus starts off with more than
Rood prospects. Many morn who have
volunteered their aid In making "Pina
fore" a success wero unable to attend
last night, but must of the chorus Is
expected to show up for the next
mtctliiR. whlt.li will take placo at tho
ball or the Kllobunn Art League at
7-30 o'clock next Tuesday evening.
A short rehearsal was held last
night, and .Musical Director Ciinha be
lieves tin re is the nucleus of tho best
chorus Honolulu has over seen,
Cparkt from the Wireless.
A wireless messago was rerclvcd
i.ist evenliiR from tlio Pacific Mall
Inr-r Mongolia en louto from tho Oil
en t In San Kiauclsco as follows:
P. M. S, S, Mongolia en routo from
Yokohama, 8 p. in. isii miles nut.
Will nrrlvo 0 a. in. Satimlay and
leave at S p. m.
CROUP ASTIIMX rnurTi
BRONCHITIS CATARRH COLDS
A itmple. lit ind trlctlWs lieilratnt lor bron
chial trouble l, avoiding drufi. Vitotlir4 Crewv
lent itopi tht paroiyimi ol hooping Cough nn4
it'ieft Croup at once. Il ll Jo lo luflf re ri
Mom Atihmi, The air rrndrrrd iirongly antUep.
tit, Implied with rvrrr breath, rntiea brralblng
f itrj aootbei th tore throat and Hop! the cough
anurlng inilvlnlghti, Kiairttatuablt to mother
with young children.
Send u poital lor deiCMplIre horklrt
Tti Cm? 4tit
Trt TaVfti lor iht
Irritated Ihiaar Thrr
are almpU, effective and
ittltrpilc Ol you f
diiigiiit orltornut, 10c
PET FALLS ILL
l'or the llrst time slnco Hie Wllles
den InunlgrantH were landed nt the new
Teiritorlal liumlRralion station, serious
slel.ness has appeared However, thero
seems no danger Hint It Is smallpox,
tor which the Immigrants wero orig
The case Is that of little Maria Hun
ches, tin en soars old, n Spanish baby
who has been tho pet of tho station
ever since u, arrived. I.lttlo Maria
attracted attention tlio llrst day by her
beauty and wliisouieness mid was
Last nlgbt she seemed to slchen and
this innriiliiR was so vveult that sho was
hurried to tbo children's Hospilnl It
I was staled at tbo station that sho Is
BufferliiK from Reneral decline, not from
any p.iitlcular Illness so far as exam
I Inatlon bus disclosed.
Walalua Agricultural Company, Ltd.
Tho stock books of the Walalua Ag
ricultural Company, Limited, will bo
closed to transfers Saturday, January
n, 1812, nt 12 o'clock noun, tu .Monday,
January 13, 19!:.', Inclusive.
CIIAS. 11. ATHHItTON.
Treasurer. Walalua Asilculllir.il Com
Honolulu, January r,, 1012.
I A Sure Cure
1 CatarrhRemedy ,.
Par Catarrh. Hay rev tr, Cold In the Mead
iniiictiis iircaininK, etc.
Comaa only In one aire. Price 30c.
Bro. Benlamln Compound Herbalo
Stomach Liver KlJney anJ HtxdJer Ken
E.looj rutifier. A Great Me Jklne.
llAlakei the Cures.
Price, ft.oa per bottle tor Sf.54 6 for $j oq
I Honolulu Drupo. I
ONLY TWO MOKE
NIOHTS OF COMEDY
Whitney & Marsh,
"White Horse Inn"
Dipping and Snapping
TOMORROW Mallnoo and Nlgb
LAST DAY JOLLIEST OF ALL
t'SITAI. I'llU'IM - I'HUAL TUN
Monday Wednetday - Friday
T1IH 1IOUHK or THU 11HST
Moving Pictures will be
Better and More
Numerous than for
FRANCES and BENCE
Singers and Character Sketch ArtiiU
French and "Home-Made"
IS NOW ON
And Will Continue Until
Dining Tables, - $3.60 upwards
Box .Lounges, with Head, to $15.75
Box Lounges, plain, - - $13.50
FINEST WHITE MATTING PATENT HINGES
Atwaya Low Priced Goodi, all the year round the tame, at
KING AND ALAKEA STREETS - HONOLULU
There It but one abio
lutely tcratchleia cattor
Thete cattera and tip,
became of their Feltoid
construction do not, can
not harden, scratch, mar or
(tain. A test proves it.
For aale by
J. Hopp & Co.
INKS HE HAS
KVIIKKTT, Wimli. ARSortliiK Hint
I10 bus illsrnvereil n specific remedy
for lcpniBy which will euro It In ltn
Incipient utilises, nnil illgicgnrillni; thn
entrentleH of IiIh frlonds to refrain
from fnrliii; certain dentil, I). I).
W'liniBlcy of Kvorett Iihh niplloil to
Hie bureiui of InHulnr nflnlra at
WiihhliiRton, 1). C, for mi appoint
ment to tho Government leprosy col
only on tho Island of Oullon, near Ma
nila. "I am positive that I have, discov
ered a cure for Incipient loprosy,"
said Wamsley, "and that my remedy
Ib nlho a preventive of leprosy. I ex
pect lo denioiiBtrato thin fully nt the
Manila leper colony."
Hnimt the Vlornl I'nriiile unit help
OAHU FURNITURE OO.
King 8tr..t, oppoelt. Young Hotel
P O. Iloi 140 Pbono 1011
L. AH LEONG SPEAKS.
Ah Iadiik, "ho was flneil $10 yes
terday In l'nllce Court by JuiIko Mmi
surrut fur (iinteinpt of court, In not
the miii nt I.. Ah Li'ouc, tho ChlncHO
inerchiint nn Klin; htrcct. Ho Is an cm
ploji. uf the City MIII Couipuny. 1
All LemiR Hiiys that the ilefentlu,nt In
tlio contempt cimo yeatenlny Is not ro
tated to It I 111.
i.r. u..i a A.i tiitflntiei rttti.. nn iu. m..L.i nni..i t..
II I V uvit nnu utuav uwiiwiuwe rii vn iiiu iimirvn uuiuvu III VI
Nice, France, and guaranteed under tlio Food and Drugs Act of R3
June, 1906. fa
IN Vn, 'i AND 1 GALLON TIN8, WITH PATENT SPOUT
YOUR GROCER SELLS NICELLE
Art Loom Rugs
VASCON('I:LI,i;S In Honolulu, Jan
unry .1, XWl, Marsaiol, ilaiiRhtnr nf
Mr. and Mrs. M. VasconcoIloH, agod
three mnnths and two days.
KOHIIKS In Honolulu, January ,
1912, to Mr. and Mrs. Vf. J. Forbes,
The H il 1 1 e 1 1 il has Just received a
Hlilimient of 1912 Cnlendiir Pud.
The Wire Type Tungsten Lamp
The fragility of the old typo Tungsten lamp has beon entirely
overcome In this new
WIRE TYPE TUNGSTEN
These new lamps have all tho advantages of the old Tungsten
lamps, with tho addition of being more rugged and consequently
When buying lamps ask for tho WIRE TYPE TUNGSTEN.
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
If It's Paint
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