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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, MONDAY, JAN. 8, 1912.
Gcry Street, above Union Square
European Plan $1.60 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
New steel and brick structure.
Every comfort and convenience.
A high class hotel at very moderate
rates. In the center of theatre and
retail district. On car lines trans
ferring to all parts of city. Hlrctric
omnibus meets all trains and
steamers. Hotel Stewart recognized
as Hawaiian Island Headquarters.
Cable Address "Trawets" ABC code.
J.H. Love, Honolulu representative
THE COLONIAL HOTEL,
on Emma Street, above.
Vineyard, ia managed on
the defects of other hotels.
The result is very satisfac
tory to tho guests
Emma St., above Vineyard
REST FROM LABOR Tho liuiy limn
Mlii would bnr r- frPNlinicnt iiittT tho
Uilinr Ht thr ilcr iif u htiKv your m.iy
Ki't uhut lit. v.mta v In n lie uiiiiIh It at
Trains to tho door
Rooms and Board
W. C. Bergin, Pi-op.
Bread Baked Daily
You can have yjur ordsr changed
dally and b supplied with any of
then varieties from
PHONE 1131 M34 NUUANU ST.
his the best Home-Made
Hreatl, Cierinsui Pretzels and.
Coffee Cake. He sure and
ring up 2t 24.
1129 FORT STREST
Hotel Street, Near Fort
Philip L. Weaver,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
512 Stangenwald Building Honolulu
W. C. Achi
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Kapiolanl Building Honolulu, l". H.
P. O, Box 606
CIGAR HOW I
0 A StlVIT (in AnnU
Illank booka (if nil aorta, ledgers
r tc, manufactured by the JJ u 1 1 n 1 1 n
liilpr-M'and and O P & U shipping
hooka for sale at tha n u 1 1 0 1 1
titflce. SOc tianh
HOTEL ST. FRANCIS
AUTO DUO AND UNIFORMED REPRESENTATIVES MCCT ALL
THE CENTER OF ENTERTAINMENT IN THE CITY THAT EN-TERTAINS.
KUROl'l'AN PLAN, FROM $2.00 UP
UNDER THE MANAGEMENT OF JAMES WOODS
Die n :-H
The Now High Toe
Shoe Co., Ltd.
1051 Fort Street
11(8 KOIIT KTItKKT
Regal Shoe Store,
BANZAI SHOE 8TO"F.
8rtanla 8trtt, Naar Nuujnu
HONOLULU, H. T.
To Whom It May Concern:
DiirhiK my iilmeneo from tho Tetrl
tor my koii, Frank I, IIimiks, will act
for ii under full puwer of uttorney In
Honolulu, January X,
S 1 ' 8 - 3 1
Japanete Provisions and
NUUANU ST- NEAR KING ST.
Tlieio waa a ery lutoroutliiK koi'
ho hold ut Oaliii Prison jOBloiiliiy,
'he IciidluK pint being taken by Mm.
Hunter .loncn, of thu Homo of Truth.
Her niulicxH dealt with worldlj mat-
lorn and especially to the rlsht way
or llvlim. Mr. Snydor and Mr Martin
voro alko pieent and helped to mako
tho iikimI Hundu) horvlco of liileient
in tlioho there. aiiiRliiK by tho prison
qii.iitet was a feature of the Hireling.
SAYS BAKER OR
Sump of Hny Stiiiiniuil IIKoi-'k n
KcrtliMiH in IiIh nitlrlcM on llnwnll In
i ninnilil) niiRazitiu wivo urnimou
..I. ...Illi.lu... ..l,l tlifi M.itlll Tlntnil
.. .".' . . ; v ' : ;:::
lincn r'iii I'l ik ill iiiu luiiii,, iiik
I IMIIIIMIIlllfllM'll .
Tlierc appcira. In tho American
'l.ipazlnc for Nmemher, nn artlclo on
llauiili written hy Kay Htannnrd ll.ik
or which contains the follow Iiik para
graph with refeicnco tn tho rftnrlK
if the Hawaii 'lantern' Association
lo Kocuro additional labor for thu nis
r plantnlloiiM of tho lalnnds:
"Iteeontly in tho MRoriieRs to net
any sort or cheap labor tho plantorn
Iiimi been Importing Filipinos and III
nanniH, of the If S. innrino lioap til
rcivlcc. told mo that over half fi
iheni had coiitnnlcms dlseasoB; chlclly
dysentery, hiKikworm, vyphllis and
Now It Ik probable that many of
the rillplnoH who have bren taken
to Hawaii to work on tho plantations
licio hai' Kiiffeied to miiiio extent
fioui ilvKCiituiy. which would only bo
natural when the cIuiiiko of food ami
manner of living Incident to tho trip
Is taken Into consideration. Hut dys
entery cin haidly bo railed a contn-
Ktfiilx illteaso and as If Is the first
one named It douhtlOhH Is the most
picvalcnt. The isilnt Involved Is that
.hero Is olcnily manifested an Inten
tion to slur tho l'lllplno and rUo out
tho Impression that ho la of nn In
.erlor low rlass and generally dls
eiihCd The bonus should ho placed
aIicio It belongs, and either I)r. Itu-
niua or Mr.
linker should bo called! work In mld-ulr is something to mar
Tho Injuty that can bo. vol at. Two men and ono woman eon-
i.'cipo these Islands hy statements hiicIi
as this Is Incalculable. Dr. llamas
should be made to produce tho rec-l
inn iiiiu mo American .Mngazino call-."""
ml upon to punish II. Wo cannot nt-
roii) lo lose uny time and those hcio
who can speak and act with nuthoilty
can do no gieatcr crvlco than to
follow the ease up without delay.
IIAIIOI.I) M. IMTT.
I II. IIIMt.NH sends his Honolulu
friends Now Year greetings from .Sar
BKNATOK C. II. DICKIIY Is talking
. i . . . i ii nn; ivtiiitiiti iini uiiMiiiii. in wmif
of organUIng n branch of the Sons of'C(, lo ,I10 BCrlcs f Inollotl pcl1lrPll
otcrans. i .... .... ,..., .... ;...
I). MAStOVI.SK, of Montreal '
lias returned to the mainland aftor
spending homo time In tho Islands.
T. U IIKDDOW, of Lowell, Mass..
. -. I
has wrltton frlenda that ho will nr
ilvn hero within u fow weeks with a
party of four.
Mil. JOHN IIACKKI-Xl), former
manager of llackrcld & Co, Is soon
to ho In tho city for a visit. Ho is
now on his way from (lormnny.
II W. IIIIODIIC, general passenger
agent of tho Canadian-Pacific railway
at Vancouver, and Mrs. Ilrodlo will
Icuxn for tho oleann tomorrow on tho
Maunu Kca, as guests of the Inter-Island.
CAPTAIN It. KIMICK-HTUAIIT, 1st
llatlallnn Tho Klmrwooil I'omsters,
llrltlsh army, called on Coveinor
Krear this moinlng. Captain Kllbeo
Stuait Is Bpundlng a fow weeks In tho
Y SOOA, editor of thn Nlppu JJ
nnd a leader In tho .lapnnesn Iliglier
WHgo Association, sayB that tho now
wage-scalo Byntcm announced hy tho
plantorB Is very good and will help
make plantation labor more content
ed. JOHN II. PUJUiY, a prominent at
torney of Seattle. Washington, and
genoral counsel for tho big Scrlpps
Mcltao newspaper syndicate on tho
coatt, Is expected to arrive on tho
Manchuria tomorrow lo spend a aca-
it tho Islands,
In thoroiiRh K.viiiiuitliy nltli the
mnptncnl for Inilualrlal riliicatlon
which ll xurciiliiK the iiiiiIiiIiiihI, tho
YtituiR Mcii'm Chrlitlall Aaaoclatlon Imx
lirnillRCU 111 COHHt'CUOIl wmi ll C'UUVH-
.tlnnnl work u ncrlri) of claMscs riie-
I'lully ilpalcnrd to inert tlio need of
5111111K mm rniilipil In incchiinlciil
work. The toiirara offrrrd liy the iik-
... ...I.., I.... ......... I, ..j.uull.l.i f,ii lliiw.i uil
r--- (until, llllinv ! rw-Ti..iv ". ni""v -'
cniplopil to tiiko tmiiplviiiditiiry work,
lirrfocthiR tliriiwlc In tho rudiment
while ni'timlly eimugeil ill liructlcul
The Mvtinil-tt-mi iIiikm'H IickIii lit 7
o'clock timlKht In mlilltlnn to thn 171
enrolled ihirhm the llrt term, thirty
new minion have heen iiiMeit, mid It la
cxpetteil that a Knind tntnl of 250 will
lie reached hy the end of the prcKent
A conrne for imiolt Itn idiop iippren
ticca Im a new feature to ho Intioiliiced
In ciinnectloii ulth the ediicatlon.ll
J. !'. llerry Jr. will ho in charge of
tlilx department. Mr llerry U n train
eil machinist anil ilrartHinan, and thor-
oiirIiIj fiualllleil to Rite xtipplemciitary
vclinnl tritlnhiK. Shop lii.itheinatlca,
freehand hketdihiK and liiechanleal
drawing, all of which apprcnllcch need
In order In perfect tlieinele III their
particular line of work, will lie Inctiid
eil In the cmirxe. Work In thlx de
partment will IickIii next Tlinrxday
evening, contlmiliiK fur live months.
Another new course tlili term will
Introdiicn show-curd wilting and In
vcHtinentM In a ncrlcH of kIx lecturea
hy I' (1 lleli-er Jr. broker with tho
Trent Trncl Co. The llrxt lecture will
he Klven on lYIduy cu'iihiu of this
I Tho Hccotnl-tcriii iIuhkck which open
ilonlsht are iik follow llonKkccpltiK
(llctatliiii, KukII")!, arltli-
I. .., . i . . .
! luetic and liiechanleal drawing.
Chairman Low of thn
Mcnna Committee of thn
County Hoard of SuperWnorB la nt
work on tho draft of a budget of city
and county rccnucs and the pHtlmal
ed expenses for tho first six months
period of 1!)I2. ,
Tills budget will on completion bo
Hied with (lovcrnor Walter K. Kicir
in nccordaure with tho law.
The ineasure will ho completed In
time to submit tn the members of the
llo.ud of Supervisors who attend the
regular meeting to bo called for to
NEW BIJOU ACTS
Tlioio are three thrilling nets on at
the Illjou this evening. Tho aerial
gymnasts. Schnono, Tripp and Scho
cne, have boon lieadlineis on tho Sul
livan and Cnnsldlne circuit. Their
Htltuto tho team, ami they arc each
an export In their chosen profession.
Another act that Is on tonight, and
,,mt ln "" .-iiiii"uiei
grown-ups as well ns for tho childicn
U tho band of trained monkpyn, that,
under tho gutdanco of Miss Anita
Diaz, perform tho most wonderful
tricks, exhibiting the great 'intelli
gence, Wherever exhibited tlila band
of monkeys Iiiih been tho drawing
caul. Don't inlsH them.
McGpo and Itcceo nro down on the
piogram with both foot and tlioy cer
tainly know n thing or two about
foot work when It rumen to eccenttlc
dancing. Now Minn will ho rcolcd nil
At tho Kinpirn tho evening In devnt
Parade helps Ilonolii
Do jeii mint to lielpl
Kngluccr mechanic wants Job. flood
all -round man; strictly sober Naval
docks nrd experience. AddrcsM "! C
"', llullilln olllce. ClL'8-lw
V M C A. Night School opens this
(telling New students may enroll
III au coiirt.o. DISS-lit
Bninll furnlslied cottage In Kallhl or
I'liliinia district. Addles "U. M O",
this oitke .1128-61
Seven-ronm bouse, unfurnished; $-0
per lunntli .Mosiulto proof. 1881
Kalakaiia Ave. C128-tt
414aM.a- ---it i
All run down, easily tired, nerv
ous? And do not know what
lo take? Then go direct to
your doctor. Ask his opinion
of Aycr's Sarsaparilla. It con
tains no alcohol, no stimulation,
and is a blood purifier, a nerve
tonic, a strong alterative, an aid
to digestion. Ask your doctor
about Aycr's non-alcoholic Sar
saparilla as a strong tonic for
trptr4 fy Dr. J. C. Aytr 4 C , I wilt, Mm , U. S. A.
3 GOOD ACT8 3
Schoenc, Tripp, Schoene
ANITA DIAZ AND TRAINED
McOEE & REECE
Foot Tapping Dancing Duo
NEW MOTION PICTURE3
Tin: nui'Ki: tit'' Tin: hi:st
Moving Pictures will be
Better and More
Numerous than for
FRANCES and BENCE
Singers and Character Sketch Artists
There is but one abso
lutely siratchless caster
These casters and tip,
because of their Fcltoid
constructloni do not, can
not harden, scratch, mar or
stain. A test proves it.
For sale by
J. Hopp & Co.
OAHU FURNITURE 10.
King Street, opposlt. Young Hotel
P O. Box 8)0 Phono 101
Ail iiiintd nt iroi,ini(lon (or the
r'hirul I'ii rinli' mm Is mnlli n nouiiil
of liurij Inlfr tin,
1 t i f I
Whitney & Marsh, f
I Limited i
I We are now showing I
I New I
I Spring Gowns i
I Linen Dresses I
I Just received from New York 1
I Handsome New I
I Embroideries I
Dining Tables. - $3.60 upwards
Box .Lounges, -with Head, to $15.75
Box Lounges, plain, - - $13.50
FINEST WHITE MATTING PATENT HINGES
Always Low-Priced Goods, .all the year round the same, at
KINO AND ALAKEA STREETS
liTa best and most delicious
Nice, France, and guaranteed
IN A, Vi AND 1 GALLON
Art Loom Rugs
The Wire Type Tungsten Lamp
The fragility of tha old type Tungsten lamp has been entirely
overcome In this new
WIRE TYPE TUNGSTEN
These new tamps havo all the advantages of the old Tungsten
lamps, with the addition of being more rugged and consequently
When buying lamps ask for the WIRE TYPE TUNGSTEN.
AVD TOD WAHT i. 0.00D
Olive Oil on the markal. Uottlcd in
under the Food and Drugs Act ol
TIN8, WITH PATENT GPOUT
Electric Co., Ltd.
JOB, III KI l'OM EXAM
ASI IEXN EVIBYWHIRE