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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, FntDAY, JAN. 26, 1912.
GROUP OF MEN AND
It mii n remnrlnlile Krnnp or men Tim resolution wan mailed yelcp
Hint mil yesterday afternoon on tlic l'n'
roof Rnr.len of U. Young Hotel to1 '; Jnr ,l.IpnI H,,ke "" I""
. v . . of Mr- Hlsliops life from the stand-
...nin.cmorato the ninetieth lilrll.ilay M f ,, Hh() ms knmvl hm f(r
of lion. Cliarlra It. IIIhIiop, now a reM- morn than fifty years. Ho told of IiIh
dent of California. A slnncc over the Rreat work for edneatlon and forOahn
liroiii of fi lends and former assoil- OoIIpro iartlenlnrly, RlvlnR Ills hrar-
aten of the aped enpllalUt and plillnn- ers proof of what lie Fnlil liy tellln;;
throplxt showed many men and women them of larRo licnefnitlons to the col-
lilenlllled with the growth nnil pro lew, the Maiinaolit sehool on Maul.
Rre-o) of the Islands and whose own St. Andrew's Priory, Kolinta RlrlV
names are (oinmemoratrd liy their school and others.
piddle vvorlc and lienefaetlons, W. It. Castle dwelt on Mr. Illshop's
The Hon. A. S. Hartwell, former orl( for the pnhlle sehools system,
chief Jnxtlee of the territory presided and JikIro Hnnforit H. Dolo spoUe of
at the mectliiR estrrday,' on motion Mr Illshop's Ioiir nervier In Reneral
hy 1'iof. M. M. Scott, who made a lirlef public matters. Ho declared that Mr.
uddiess (oiiRrntuliitlni; Mr. Illshop on Hlshop had Rreatly mlvnncul Hawaii
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ilnl returns. It Is predicted that the
government niiiiketlni; illvllon will
havn all nf the work It can handle,
'.n the hcRlnnliiK, a nominal iharRi'
of two cents per linnili Is to be made
for Inspection and shlpjilnR, but when
the worlc Rrovs, It Is believed this
can be cut to less than two cents,
Superintendent Stnnrlt Is veiy
much Interested In ilovclnpliiK Hi"
I small farmltiR uo?slbllltles of the ikI-
nmis tlirniiRii me shipping liiireau.
I and Is giving his personal attention
, to sceliiR that the shipping Is done
a long life well spent
Then one after another of tliOMJwho
knew Mr. Illshop or have known Inti
mately of bis work arose and spoke
In terms of slnecrest praise nnd ad
miration of his public-spirited deed?.
(!en. Hartwojl declared that Mr. Illshop
bad been a true friends to the Islands
for many long years and that Hawaii
was fortunate In having hail liliu.
The following resolution was offer
ed by !'. A. Hchaefcr and seconded by
P. 0. Jones:
lie It Resolved, That the following
letter, signed by the chairman an.l
Hecietary of this meetliiR, be forwarded
to the Honorable Charles R, Illshop,
as the expression of the sentiments of
tboie present toward Mr, Illshop on
this the ninetieth anniversary of his
"Honorable Charles R. Illshop.
"Dear Sir: We take Rreat pleasure
In lemliidlng nurseUes on tho occasion
of, the ninetieth nnnlversary of your
birth, of the Rood fortuno which has
come to us and to Hawaii through the
ell umstnnies which led you, while
Hi lit a youiiR man, to make your home
In tlieo Islands. Your, many years
spent here engaged In business nnd
yet giving much time and attention
to the muses of Rood government, Rood
cltUensblp, education and phllanthro-
n n civilization,
Miss Ida Pope, principal of the Kn
mehameha school for girls, which was
established by Mr. Illshop's wife, read
a paper on tho cdurnttona! facilities
made possible through Mr. nnd Mrs.
Illshop, nnd the Rev. II. H. Parker,
pastor of Kawalahao church, told of
Mr. Illshop's religious nctlWtlcs.
Among the notable group of men and
women who attended the meeting
Queen I.llluokalanl attended liy Col
onel and Mrs. laiTkca, (leneral A. S.
Hartwell, Franc! M. Hatch, Jmlgo
and Mrs. S. 11. Dole, Mr. and Mrs. V.
R. Castle, Illshop Restarlck, B. l'nxon
Illshop, D. U WlthliiRton, P. C. Jones.
W. A. Ilowen, Georgo V. Smith, Chief
Justice A. (1 M. Robertson. V. T. I
Wntcrhouse, rather Valentin, V O.
Smith, II. P. Wood, Rev. Henry Par
ker, O. P. Castle, II Kock'e, W. Pfo
tenhauer, Theo. Richards, Rev. W. II
Olobon, Robert Cation, P. A. Schaefer,
Mr. nnd Mrs. S. M. Damon, Robert
I.ewcrs, President flrlinths, Governor
Prcar. Dr. Clark, Professor Scott, J.
A. Rath, C. C. Von'llamm, Willis Pope,
superintendent of education ; Dr. IlrlR.
ham, Alius Ida Poc, Internal Revenue
Collector nnd Mrs. Cottrlll, P. W. Da
mon, J. SI. IXjwsett, II. M. nn Holt.
Sirs. Theresa Wilcox, i:. II. P. Wot-
That Allen Roblni-ou's lumlier
jnrtl near tho Oceanic dock Is a me
nace to Rovcrninent property along
the waterfront and that the matter
should be attended to Immediately was
the consensus of opinion expressed by
the harbor commissioners nt their
mectliiR this morning.
The matter was drought up by liar
bormafler poster In a report In willed
lie alnlml Mint flin Itlmliat- un, ullml
I right up to Port street and clown to
I the dock. Alongside n big pile of
mingles ne unci noticed a eraiu tun
of loose paper and lie considered tho
whole thing dangerous.
After serving the government faith
fully and continuously for the last
thirty-four years, Samuel SIcKcague,
keeper of tlio government kerosene
warehouse, passed away at his home
on l.unnlllo stiect this morning nt )
o'clock, at the age of sixty four years
and tlvo months. He wot one of tho
well known old-timers, nnd Rcnernlly
liked liy the llawallans for bis gen
py, have been fruitful In lielofiil and trrs, t'ror . I). Alexanders, Pred
positive Inlliiences upon the Hawaiian Hayselden, D. P. R. Isenberg.
community, nnd have had much to do Yesterday might davo been. "Illshop
wild Its material nnd moral progress Day" in Honolulu, for there were sev-
iiinl the establishment of a lofty pud- crnl exercises to commemorate his
lie sentiment. dlrtlulny. Spec In) programs were civ.
"Wo heartily and sincerely congrn- en at Piinnhou Picpnrntnry school nnd
tulate ou upon your birthday an- Oahu college, at .Mills Institute and
other milestone In a long life of uso Knwalnhan sctnlnnty, and private in
fulness and we pray that good health blegrams by the score went to him
and peace and happiness may ever from thoeo here who knew and ndmlr
f nl low j on." ed him,
After linvlng been sent back mid
forth between tho Hoard of Agricul
ture nnd the (lovernor time lifter time.
the regulations for tho qunriintlnlnit
of docs arriving In the Territory was
llimlly passed by the bemrd at Its mi'i-t-lug
yesterday nftcninon. The rcgiilii-
itloiiM now iivviilt the Oovernor's slgna-
tuie, when they will be advertised and
put in force.
Are Many but the Important T'lirg
Is to Enrich the Blood end
Cleanse the System c5
Tliero am many remedies for then
mfttlsm. SInt of tle'in aro conindcrcd
successful If tliey relievo tho p.iln ami
Sllirnes.s. That means n temporary
mipprtwiioii of tho symptoms whllo the
clseao remains in tin? blood to npcnr
iynin on tdo next rainy dav
Mm. .1. W. Ranp, of It. V. D No. 1,
South Omaha, Kelt., says "-yvcrnl
years ago I wan a nuderer from rdi uioii
ism willed followed a general run down
condition ami exposure to wit nnd
ilamiincss. Tlio pains Parted in my
bands, willed dad a sort of pricking sen
sation like needles worn lieinglliriK in
to tlieni. As tlio disease grew worse tlio
joints of my fillers l-ccaine ullccteil.
Tbey wero swollen ami were so pi infill
Hint I could liardly Ienr It. (trnilually
tlio iliensn liegan to allect my liiiiKslii
tlio same manner. They limine ter
ribly swollen and I liad to give nil my
work. Tlio pains tden spread nil over
my body ami wero sharp and shooting.
Tl'iey would suddenly shift from mm
part of tho lnxly to another but fortu
nately did not seem to nllec-l my In art.
I'or tdrco months I was propvd up in
nrluilr nnd lial to be waited on I
could not get any sleep nnd was losing
llesli allofthotimo. Tliodoctortie.itcil
mo a long tlino Imt did not give minli
relief aa tlio pains were, as sevcrensever
when I cpiit taking Ills medicine Dr.
Williams' Pink Pills for Pule People
wero drougdt to my notice wdlle rend
ing a lxxiklet ami 1 lundeup my mind
to give them a trial. A woiidciful
cliangn camo over mo as noon ih 1
ronimenceil using tlio pills. Tbey nlio
lutely cured mo from the terrible rheu
matic pains ami I have never bad Idem
since. I davo recommended Dr. Wil
liams' Pink Pills for Pale People to
many ticrsons nnd alwajs explain tdnt
they cannot help giving bcncllt as tdey
aro a dlood medicine.
A newcilltion of our ImoMct, "Dis-ca-es
of tlio Blood," will Is) sent freo
on request to anyono interested. Wrilo
lor It touy.
Dr. Williams' 1'ink i' .iro sol, I liv
all druggists, or will Im wi.t, iMisti,ilif,
lams' Pink l'i;! aro sold b
rice, fiOe. imt Iiox; six
on receipt of price, fiOe. imt Ikix; s
lioxes tor f'-'.ou, ny the lr Williams
Medicine, Company, Scdenectady, . Y,
Another remedy for Insomnia- turn
over a new leaf.
W.IT Bsll.tU 1 ,, ,.,
To Plantation and Other Interests
We beg to announce that we will receive shipments of
on the following dates :
30 Head from San Francisco on Honolulan
52 Head from Seattle on Missourian
25 Head from San Francisco on Lurline
48 Head from Seattle on Hyades
Early Orders Invited
due Jan. 31
due Feb. 2
due Feb. 14
due end of Fe'b
Schuman Carriage Co.,
THE EXCHLLliNCE OF
OUR STORE SER
VICE IS A FEATURE
OF OUR SUCCESS.
i- - -
You find in this vfrcat
Clothinrf Stock at The
Clarion just the suit that
pleases your taste without hurting
Many looms in many lands have
contributed to make our stock com
plete from which you may choose
with satisfaction to yourself.
If you are intcrcstad in Bath Robes,
Smoking Jackets. Fancy Vests.
Suit Cases, Traveling Bags, Neck
wear, Hats, and General Men's Fur
nishings just call on
CORNER FORT AND HOTEL STS.
FOR CATARRH SUFFERERS
We are authorized by the REXALL Com
pany to give free to anyone having Catarrh
in any form a $1.00 bottle of REXALL
MUCU-TONE, the great Catarrh remedy.
There are no strings to this offer, and you in
no way obligate yourself.
If you are a Catarrh sufferer call at our store
and any salesman will gladly give you a
This Offer will Continue for a Short Time Only
Benson, Smith Co., Ltd.
Fort and Hotel Streets
MERCHANT STREET, HONOLULU
7iik r Mnik'iii Illness is urn i-oii-hlilcreil
m limit- l his fileiiils About
tin lime neux i.iIiIih i okhi illUK IiIh
lienltll were lec-elveil In tlio iiiwnmipT '
olllces .Mr .Inlin I'lemlng u-ieiveil a
(nlile fioni Mr Mom. in hlinself ilenl
illK Willi Kllllle hllHillOHH attiilrM nnil
KtntillK tlial lie will lie linine on tile
slenmer of !' un.iiv I Itli
I Mnnj .Sick I'iIi-'. Mirlne.
Kvio mil loom In the vln..in Nn
j li ll'll'll I HIT W illielllllllU U O' 11
, iiuil v til tonil'-ts nnil i.l.iern. on ii
j puriiin hi Il o i 'oc li In t evennm ' '"
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, Ij oin hiili'lieil iinmeiiKrir. tit woatti
liuniliei In liu l.'iirl-tH vcho inii(Me
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I , i n- inn in llnnnliilii Tin' Wile'
1 i n i iin in ntiiiii on Suni'i. mom
in i'1'i-r liHvin;, ilifi'liuii it nui linn
ii i imi fniulit in tin- I tn ii port
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Sun rmiiiNiii nl leu in lo I, ii
I c ilnc mIiu moiniiiK,
If It's Paint
AND YOU WANT A GOOD JOB, SEE ME TOM SHARP
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