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fcVENINQ BULLETIN HONOLULU. T. H, THURSDAY, JAN. 11, 1912,
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device long ago justified itself.
Every business house couid well
afford to present a handsome art
calendar to its customers each Holi
day season. It will pay to do so.
Phone us or drop us
our representative will call.
The Chas. R. Frazier Co.,
IDEAS UPSET ALL THE PLANS
BY C. S. ALBERT.
(Hprclal Bulletin Correspondence.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Dec. 29.
Presidential boomers nro now busy In
this city. Woodrow Wilson headquar
ters have been opened nt a fashion
able hotel and William V, McCombe
placed In charge of them. HughNlch
dIp la hero looking for a suitable placo
where ho may hang out a banner In
forming all who run that Judson Har
mon In h candidate.
Champ Clark and other nsplrants
are expected to follow those exam
ples. Within two or three weeks It
Is lafc to say all tho leading possi
bilities will havo their accredited
ngents here. There will bo all Borts
or hustling and conferring.
Mr. McCombs Insists that If the con
vention wero hold now. Governor Wil
son would be chosen. He claims that
Governor Wilson has moro than a ma
P. C. JONES NOT
That this Is not tho tlmo for Central
Union church to bo drawn Into a con
troversy over Its articles of faith and
n possible chango In tho constitution Is
the uttltude taken by P. C. .fanes, who
has been reported as strongly against
tho change. He was asked this morn
ing as to the proposal thut assent to
tho articles of faith shall not hereafter
form a prerequisite fcjr admission to the
"I hope the church will not be drawn
into a controversy," he said. "This Is
certainly not the time for It. Tho big
thing thut confronts us now Is tho great
combined evangelistic movement to be
taken up bhortly, and this mutter of
changing the rules ot tho church should
never have been brought up und made
tho subject of publicity.
"When It Is a proper time for tho
church to take tho mutter up, I shall
express myself as forcibly und clearly
us I can."
Among the members of the church
there Is by no means a united opinion
as to the wisdom of tho proposed
changes. Mr. Jones said today that ha
Is nwaro (hero Is considerable feeling
In tho matter.
Probation Officer J. Anderson last
night managed to capture, ono of the
iivn linva nilin atinnail nm ttin on. '
form school and are supposed to havo
come to Honolulu. The officer made
his capture In the nijou. '
Weekli Hallatli II in jmu.
calendar as an
jority of the convention in sigh', al
though not tho necessary two-thirds.
Other frlenda of Governor Wilson
realize that his nomination is by no
means certain. They understand the
danger spot In his prospocts, which Is
time while he Is exceedingly popular
with the rank and Hie of the Demo
cr.its, he does not possoss assurances
from tho great Democratic leaders
thruughouCtho country of their will
ingness to nominate him.
In tho meantime, all the leaders
havo been set back a few feet by In
formation .from New York that thu
delegation from that Stato will bj for
Representative Oscar W. Underwood,
chairman of tho ways and means com
mittee. This hag proven a damper.
Thi Idea never occurred to anybody
that New York would favor ayttruirht
out Southern man. All catciilaMomi
have been upset by the .sentiment pre
vailing In Now York.
Alaskn fisheries, the methods pur
sued by tho packers of the far north
In canning tho product mid placing
tho samo on the market, aro matters
which come under tho investigation of
Hon. K. Tago, a Japancso member of
tho Imperial, Fisheries Bureau of
Tokyo, who Is a through passenger 1 1
tho Toyo Klson Kulshn liner Kong,
kong Marti, which arrived this aftci
noon. Tho distinguished Japancso Is en
route to Central nnd South America.
Ho will mako an extended tour ot In
spection of fishing interests along tho
coast of Mexico and South America.
Upon completing his Investigations
there, ho will Journey to tho United
States and contemplates spending
soma tlmo In Alaska, before returning
to Japan and making his report.
Tho Hongkong Maru brought a
number of Japanese who are high In
tho councils of governmental affairs.
To Yokagama Is a mombor ot the low
er houso of representatives and Is on
a combined business and pleasure trip
to Central American portB.
The greater percentage of the 430
steorago passengers In tho Hongkong
Maru are Immigrants who will take
up work along agricultural lines In
The vessel brings sixteen sacks of
Oriental mall, but has no passengers
for here. Through pusBcngera are IS
tlrst class, H second class and 430 As!
ustleu In the steerage.
Lei Aloha Chapter No. 3, Order of
Kastern Star, will conduct Installa
tion ceremonies In Masonic Temple
a line arid
The market was so quiet today that
n slight slump was noticeable, duo
more to luck ot buying orders than to
any reason lessening tho value ot tho
stock Itself. Ouhu Sugar dropped a
little yesterday, but tho slight slump
.brought out the buvers and It strength
ened to 35 again. Walulua went down
I half a point, selling on the bourd today
at 128 SO.
Olau Is rtlll In strong dem-ind, and
the unrecorded sale of 1000 shares was
recorded today. The price Is firm at .
Brewery Is going up steadily. A bid
today of S3.50 was refused, the stock
now being hefil at 24, tho prediction
made several limes In these columns
as to action on this stock being veri
fied. Directors of tho Hank of Hawaii held
a" meeting this morning, setting tho
dute of the annual meeting for Mon
day, June 22, at 9:30 o'clock In tho
morning. The bank will havo a splen
did annual statement this eur. Its 1911
record huv Ing been a remarkably good
Tho remodeling of the Interior of tho
bank building will begin In Kobruury
ut the latest, said Manager A. Lewis
Jr. this morning, the hank's quarters
being much enlarged and refitted hand
somely. Heal estate values In the Union street
and Bishop street section ot the city
are expected to respond to the stimu
lus of tho new building operations go
ing on there. Tho Brewer Estate and
William Woltcrs both have ambitious
plana for buildings, nnd the latter ex
pects to start construction shortly.
Tho announcement that Mrs. 8. n.
Dole will sell her shnres In B. O. Hull engineering department of tho Unlver
& Son, Ltd, In order that Judgo Dololslty of California, and a practical inu-
muy not be disqualified from sitting In
the Mahuka site cuse. Is Interesting
from n business ns well as a legal
standpoint. Mrs. Dole owns nineteen
shurcs In K. O. Hull & Son, of a par
value of 1100 each. Koine few weeks
ugo twenty thousand dollars' worth ol
stock, the lust remaining of tho treas
ury stock, wus sold 'at par, nnd It Is
presumed Mrs. Dole's holdings will
bring par or a little better.
DUROB8S In this city. January 10,
1012, William Adams Durgcss, aged
Funeral services at Wllllamis' Un
dertaking parlors at 10 o'clock this
morning. Interment at Nuuanu
cemetery. Friends and acquaint
ances are respectfully invited to at.
M'MAHON At Walklkl, January' 10
1912, at three o'clock, twin son of
Mr, and MrB, P. .Maurice McMahon,
aged seven days.
The Floral Parade helps Ilonolu.
lu's business. Do 70U nan! j0 help I
Manila's new aquarium, modeled
much along tho lines of tho Honolulu
aquarium and partly a result of Him
attractive local feature. Is now com
plete. A Manila paper sajs of It.
"Tho aquarium Is constructed In a
gallery form, with 29 tanks, each two
meters wide, with additional tanks on
the otitsldo for tho larger species siu.i
as sharks, etc.
"The construction has lxnn made
with the Idea of giving a view of a
subterranean passage, where all thu
specimens, of fish In tho archipelago
may be seen as If under tho ocean
and In the original home of the finny
"Tho construction Is of concrete,
and It is the Intention ot those ly
charge to pari; the ouUldo space and
walks, which will be done Willi tro
pical plants nnd verdure.
"The main reservoir of the aquarium
will contain 60,000 gallons of water,
which will bo taken from the China
Son, outside Corrcgldor Island, In or
der that the water may be free from
fresh water contamination and dis
eases. The water will pns through
flltcrcrs to the tanks whero the finny
tribes find habitation, ami will he
passed through tho scries of tanks
and returned to the main reservoir,
from whero It can be again used- ac
cording to latest scientific methods.
"There aro over. 1200 species of fish
In the Philippine Archipelago and ef
forts will bo made to have a com
pleto selection of the various scelcs
for tho aquarium exhibition. A good
display will bo made and Mr, Alvin
8ealc, chief of the section of fisheries
of tho bureau of science, is confident
that tho Manila aquarium will com
pare well with any now under control
of the United States government."
GET THE GOODS
BUT NOT THIEF
John Klllnger. whoso place Is ono of
thoso that has been robbed recently,'
wiints to know why n man who pawned'
whnt proved to bo stolen goods should
not he apprehended by the police when
the name of the seller Is given them.
"I leurn that swag has been recov
ered," said nfllnger'yesterduy, "and It
entne from n man by the name ot
Detnpsoy. Ah I understand It, In well
policed cities tho authorities nro iil
wnys Kept In touch with what comes
Into establishments vvicrp loans can bo
secured on articles or value. Tho pro.
prlctors of these establishments keep
Information all right. The man who
hoiiRht the goods has apparently given
the police nil tho Information he could
obtain, nnd there tho matter ends. It
sneins tn mo thut tho usefulness of tho
pollco Is In getting tho man who stole
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to tho efficiency and up-to-dutcness of
tho various courses.
Tho course especially designed for
muchlne shop apprentices will begin
this evening with twelvo students nl
ready enrolled. J K. Berry Jr. of tl.c
Honolulu Iron V orks Is to be the In
structor. .Mr. Herry Is qualified In ev
ery way to assume rhurge ot this de
partment, us bo Is a graduate of thu
chlnlst und draftsman. It Is expected
thut accommodations will bo tnxed to
the limit In this department.
The courso In show-card writing, un
der the supervision of Hdwln A. Coop
er, also opens Ibis evening. This courso
will bo of particular vuluo to clerks
nnd other employes of mercantile
houses. Several students nro already
Tomorrow ovcnlng C O. Helscr Jr.,
Trent Trust Company broker, will
begin a course of lectures on Invest.
Flfty-nlnn bales of slmil cumn over
fiom Hawaii during the first or tho
week, and la bolng transferred from
the Inter-Island wharf to the Oceanic
wharf and will go to tho Const on tho
next sailing of tho Slorrn.
p ,lry i-.io rccom unu ineso nro ni- on the civic sanitation commission and ( thing of a surprise In Civic Fedora- 'r,.xll ,OM 1UII Kmi, , grM
ways open to the police, und frequent-1 tnu fac, 1H nl). jUBl bocI1 discovered. '" ranks nt tho meeting yesterday ,. ,
ly furnish tho link that leads to tho... . . afternoon when he sprung the follow- ln,ri"1'
apprehension of thloyes. In this ln-Hr '""" "",0 ,u"t U,c ",cn '" cl",rRO,lng seven questions to bo propounded """'J'- """'K'1 llr,,,l' '"' "" "'""'
stance, the pollco Imvo been given tho.of ",0 "ork ,,t hendquurters have been tn ,1)0 racmbcrsliln: been founded lli.it no snioklnc kiwi oh
urc now enrolled in inu even lie v asses', i... ... . .. . i
ut tho Young Men's Christian Assocla-1 ,. '"' "r" " . . Jm"cmrl tlvo committee, and the executive,
tlon The heart J es, use wWcT Im.l 'l' ""l l"'"' "'" '"'C" kP"l '"'"Ittco did not wish to settle
um. ino nearly response which has lnK,tj. ,I1HJ. ,, 0crookcd the filter, whether or not these ouestlonu should
been met In all departments is looked - . j winiuir or hoc inc.se quesuonu snnuiii
un in a., imi .r - i T ' bo put to the members. Instead, the
Yes, THE CLARION is
ready with its Spring stock
ready as never before to
cater to the wants of dressy
men, who like their clothes
to look just a little better
than thc average store can
furnish for the price.
Our DATH RODES arc
features of the present season
CORNER FORT AND HOTEL STS.
The mosquitoes havo put ono over
bothered with mosquitoes, und ill
though a search was made for tho
breeding place. It could not be found.
Yesterday afternoon soineonei hap
pened to notice that there was moro
water in the bucket under tho filter
than li usually tho cuse ami. further
more, had tho curiosity to tukn a "look
Tin- result wus thut u small bunch
of wilgglers vmih unearthed. This li
tlin place where tho Insects have been
breeding and goes to show thut even In
thv best regulated family tho singing
pests ure itluujs liable to slip In and
breed on tho quiet. The vvuter Is sup-
posed to Iw emptied every few dns,
hut owing to the confusion ot moving
filC A II A I I 111 wcro K"IIK ,0 ,l,cll whether or not
NT liillll III"10 I'cileril,l(m Hlmiild go Into polities,
Ul 11lUlll Ul but action was postponed until the
I next quarterly meeting.
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The contemplated health tour o ' , '
Ivaual, which was postponed .... ucu.unt Sl0cknri wag namf (( cnml.
of tho yellow fever trouble and the
subsequent I'l.inpalgii ugulnst tho num.'
qultoes. Is now up iigulu, utul Tuesday
next President Pratt of tho health
board, I)r .McCoy, In churgo of tho
Federal leprosurlum, and a I no at the
head of the innsqiiltu campaign, and
,l,Hl, Officer Kheppherd leave for the
i complete tour of tho Island will
bo inado by nuto, und nil tho work
fur better sanitation that has been to
nugiinited throughout tho plantations
J"' lM" """"" "'" "" pmniou out tour.
McCoy Other mutters on general broken out lit l.ihalnu. Maul, uccord
health lines will ulso bo looked Into '" '" report received by President
nnd' tho rederal doctor's advice oh-1 ''"'" "t the health board,
tnlneil, j Tbero was an outbreak of the fever
President Pratt und Dr. McCoy eif-1 omn "' "mo ugo nt thu Maul port,
pect to return Sunday iikiiIii, but ',,"t quarantine regulations were Immc.
Henllb Olllcer Hhepherd will stuy over
for another week to look Into tho de
talled work thut requires attention on
Occasionally a man has the last
word In an argument with his wife,
hut ho has tn say it under his breath.
. (When a woman borrows trouble
she Insists on paying It bnck three or
Senator C. 11. Dickey caused sonic-
Are you In favor ot eliminating
political parties from our municipal !
elections and voting on personal qual
ifications only? 4
"Aro you In favor of the commission
form of government for Honolulu
such as Is In usu In Oaklund and Ber
keley? "Are oii In favor ot tho initiative?
"Aro you In favor of the refer
endum? "Am you In favor of tho recall?
"Aro )ou In f.ivoi ot tho direct
"What, In jour opinion, should bo
tho action or the Civic Federation
when Incompetent or corrupt cnnill-
dutra nro nominated for iimeo?"
Tho meeting wns that of the exocu
matter was referred to tho legislative
committee tor action,
Tho result will tell whether or not
the Fedcrntlon will become, nctlvn in
linl It lsU Unlnn tlmn tinn mnt t.M
dates for live moniborH of trio execu
tive commlttco to bo olected nt tho
Two morn case of scarlet fever Imvo
"lately enforced and It was thought
that complete control bad been obtain
ed, Dr. Pratt thinks thut these cases
are sporadic, ami not the start of a
A woman's happiness Is never com
plete unless she knows of some other
woman who envies her.
If thero wus a duty on fads fewer
would be Imported.
GETS A JOLT
"laidy Nicotine" h.cs received u solar
Territorial wharves, but to tho iiiilul-
tl.ited this warning h.is heretofore becit
supposed to uppl solely to thu Al.iliea
A well-kiiuwn Inter-Island steamship
olllcl.il, wliO'H' modesty might forbid hh
iiamu bvliiK dragged within the bril
liant radius of the spotlight of pub
licity, mis contentedly putting unity ut
his favorite pipe this morning while
seuted under the protecting gables of
the shed which bouses Muuna Ken
freight iiml passengers.
Harbormaster 1'ce.tcT. In company
with Harbor Commlsslumr Churlea
Mel'arlb), happened t saunter along
this poitlou of the watirfront uboiit
the lime the coiillugratlon ot tho am-
malic need was In full blast
"You u 111 havo to cut this out," stat
ed Captain Foster In the rather sur
prised lulir-lshind tn.ui, who from In
nocent childhood had enjoted the
pleasures or thu fragrant tobacco with
Tho. harbor oltlclal pointed out lb"
tact that ii new regulation was In foic'.
which culled for ii line of not ovir J.'S
for c-acli and every Induction of lbs
law which forbids smoking on any
nluirf In the Territory.
At tho departure of tho Malum .Nav
igation liner W'llbelmllia some danKo
from Hackfeld wharf, tnoor inoiespe-
clally appointed guards wero stationed
there to bar thv progress of thu pr-
uiiiliulntlnK sinoko consumer nhninlUit
lappen down thut nut. The wh.nt
held many thousand sacks of lulluui
Ilurboriuasler 1'oi.tcr will soon havo
it number of huge signs prepared und
posted, which ure expected to serve lis
niirnliiK to tho pirslstent offender1.
These will admonish tho violator of Um
luvf In ut least two languages, name lv,
Imallsli und Japanese.
If )oii must 'smoke, go way back nnd
sit down, nnd, above nil, mold u Ter
Uurly this morning IMwnrd Win-
burg, n seaman on bourd tho Phelps,
now In port, fell off the v crunch of
tho tenement house In Camp 2 on
Vlneyuid street, and sustained Injury.
Policomun Saunders, who responded
to tho call, had tlin man taken to tlm
Queen's hospital for treatment.
According to 'the police. Wlnburg
hud been drinking considerably be
fore he went up to Camp i. When
examined nt the hospital, It was an
nnmiced that the patient would b
ablo to leave hU bed lu u few days.
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