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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, THURSDAY, FEB. 8, 1912.
lliiimliilii Sec iikI Ihgric.
Honolulu I linpttr. I.'. I. II.
Iliirintiilii I tuuiii.iiiilor)
Order uf the I duple.
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ki vltttlnx niembirr oi tar
)rdir sre eordUUy iDTltrd to
1 1 tend meetlnpc of locul Itdgt
MitI iiii tho
2nd tiliil llli
lit Ii. I'. Hull
T.t-'KI P. .11.
.Milvl.M,i:V i.oimji:, NO. M,
ii. nf r.
KK K Meets ew'iy Still miU 1th Satin
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Ilcictniiiu Visiting brothers
coidlully Invited In attend
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K. A. JACOHSON, It S.
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Abets evoty Hrst ami tlilnl I'rl-
elay ill 7 Sil oi luck, I'.MIilaii
r I lull. turner llcrotaiila and
Port sln-ois VIsMlue lirnllierH
cordially Invited to attend.
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V-Honolulu Lodge No fill!
n i- ii i;ik, meets in
their hull, on King St.,
near Port, every l-'rlda)
evening VlKltlnjf Itroth
i'ik ro cordially Invited
n. p it iai:Niii:no, 1:. n.
di:o. t. Ki.n:ni:i,, s.c.
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Meets oioi) Hrst and tllllil
Tti(Mda of oncli inuntli In
Kratprnlt) Mall. I 0 O F
lllllllllllir VU.tllll liwttlia
T. eon! I.I 111 lllltod III attend
Hi:.ltY A ASni, Saehom
i.opis a Pi:mtv. c. of it
iioxii.pi.r i:itn: no, p. o. p.
JJfc) Meota on scronil and fourth
WfSzm Wodnesday I'leiilnj; of each
0Pi' iiionlh at 7 In odoek. In
K.m Alitnnlo Hull VlliPatil
Btioet, near Ciiimii VlsltlliK hiolliers
am linlU'il to aiienil.
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WM I' Mi COY, Secy.
lMuaid i:arle, thu noted Tsychlc of
Ban Pro nt lii o, ulio for oer twenty
e.irB lius Ik en prominently Identified
ultli the SplrituiillKts' societies of Amer
ica. I In lloiuiliilii and will demon
ftriito ptyihlc phenomena, etc. Spirit
ual advice on nil matters clven. Dally
10 In t, eieiiines liy iiipolntincnt Tel
ephonu Ml I or at residence, 782 Klnnu
otnet. Grand tjennco every Thursday
i:vo., 8 o'clock. E090-tf
Importer Fort St
MILTON i PARSONS
Latot Stylo In Shapos and Trlmmlngi
PANTHEON BLOCK, FORT STREET
THE VERY LATEST IDEAS IN
Millinery Parlors, Boston Block
1027 NUUANU STREET
Up-to-data Millinery and Men's Hats
City Transfer Co
J AS. H.
ASANO TAKES DECIDED STAND
IN FAVOR OF WHITE OFFICERS
He Wins Out at Stormy Sessio
Europeans Now Feel secure Shinyo Maru Enjoyed a
Fine Trip Across Pacific Mauna Loa Arrives from Ha
waii: Ship Dirigo May Have Reached Port, But Not Honolulu.
I'm nidi hi xntio of iln Tnjo Klsi'ii
Katvlut mm mil hands down at a sun
nn sr-Klon of the .lapanouc stcaniHlilp
iIIiim tm. Me at Tiiklo, mid cairlcil
ihtiiiiuh his coiitontlon that the Kuro
ihmii olllcois li thiMUKli faithful mt-
ilcc tilth tha rompaiii aio ontltloil
to eoiisiileiatlon and the retention of
i hell iHixltlons.
Captain Marry Smith, oniiiimiiidur
r the IiIk Whlnwi Mm ii, Ills staff of
i'iilal asKiH'hilvs, includliiK Prank Ca-
i.ul.i, innsor; Dr. Hi 1). Iliinxlinrst
suiKciiu. II. (1. Tripp, fiolcht clerk
niil soioial olhcr Mi'll-knoivn steani'
shllini'ii did not full to show their a p.
luoclatloii this inornliiK of the stand
taken liv the hoiid of the eompuu.i, hi
n ci rlilin ji tho demands of some of the
niiiio Inlhieiillal slriirholdurs that alt
Kiiiopoans he eliminated from the T.
K. K kci vice
"It was u distinct lctni for Piesl-
len" Asiiiio," one nell-knimn ufllcer
.aid nn anhal nf the Shlimi fioni
(Ji It'ii'iil pints Ihls mntnhiK.
Pin a ye if or mnie, a tnoic in less
"niillnii.il lellerallon of tho story of a
wholesale decapitation of i:iiropean
idlcors In the T. K. K. service hau
hcen ciirient In the Par i:ast as well
is In Honolulu.
President Amino Is said to have op
enli declared nn the floor of the til-
TCtnrnto that niiiiipoan nnicers will
ho letahieil. The inooted nmtter in he
uevi'ii as settled for kiiiiio time to
ciiiiio at least.
I lank Caxaily, gonial pinscr, and
iil-iotit'il riioiI lellow, reiHiilcd a line
ilp neioss the Pacific.
( ap'alu Horry Smith slated this
iiiniuiiiR that he helleved that the
siiln.Mi was pspocially faMiied hy Old
Neptune. If iiiuoji weilhoi i.m lieuii
the idle In Hint portion of tho Pacific-otwi-i-ii
Hiiuohilii and San Prauolsco
lie ollloeis In tlic Shliivn knew noth-
iiik ahoui It. Tho usual pi-ocrain of
ii ok spoi.s was can led through with
nit Inleiriiptlon fiotn thu wcalhcr
Thu Shluvo Maui sailed liiini Hiin
kmiK on Jaiiu.irj lytli, and duiliiK u
portion or tho Miyuro up Hie Jap hi
'oast the vessel cllc!;ei orf 18.1 miles
icr hour hetwoen Kohe and Yokoha
ma. The Shluvo was helihid srhod
ulo and Captain Smith dci-lded to let
out a tew links In bkciI.
The Slilnjo reached Alakoa wharf
it in o'eloek Ihls tnorniiiK with Hi cali
lu, ." second-class anil HI steeiane
pastoiifiois for Honolulu. The throiiKli
llbt Incliiilcd a biikiII number of mH.
sloiiailcs and tho usual quota of Orl
enial hiislness men on a tour of tlin
AnioiiK tho Asiatic steernnu passen-
kois woio l!l Plllplnos fur the Hawaii
an SiiKiir I'liintorH' AhsocIhiIhii. ,.u..
:' Chinese, and SS Japanese, the latter
ror Uio most p.ut "iik-tmo In Ides" wli i
expect to join their lihiiy husbands
hue. Two Russians arrived in tho
'teiTHKo. Ono stiivvawuy was nn-'.nthi-d
ami kept under lock and key.
'le n'll ho tiansfoned to tho Teujo
Mai u lor a return to Japan.
Piiiser CuiHily loportcil tlio dealh
of tlui'e rillpliio Infants liofoio the
vessel had oleaied the last of the Jan
"iiesc pints The littles ones wine
hm led at upa, tho burial oeieiucmj ho
Iuk load by niihcrt.MiiillRiin.
The cilni spectre or smullpov nt one
Hine thieatened tho slilp. A woman
aid lo h.ivo been oonuoe'ed with ono
or tho China mission stations, naniod
IMitli llolion was talion iliiuu with a
ww suspicious ailment Dr. Hawx
luiist. Uio Shlnjo siirKcon, resolved to
'ake no ihanres, and he not only Iso
lated the naiient Inn itmisin.i .,
vaeriniitlon of even person on board for tho northwestern states, is lepoi--tlic-
liiicir Tho woman was taken e. to huvo aiiivod at Vancouver )os
nslioie at Kobe, and at a hospltul tliero leiclii).
W.C. Peacock & Co., Lid.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines
Sole Agents Mumm's Champagnt
( Schlitz Beer
n of T. K. K. Directorate and!
passed away. A dual dhiKUosIs of thu
easo by Japanese physicians ptvu the
cause of death as "black measles
Dr. Maishall of the local staff nf
Pcdeial quarantine olllecrs highly
complimented Dr. Il.twlmrst nn his
effotts towards eliminating nny possi
ble Infection on board his ship.
A largo foice of stovedoiCH Imme
diately began the discharge of I l.'iu
tons Oriental cargo, Including Unci of
.Inpatiese lirovislons, 1S3 bales gun
nies, crates of curios p'liccl.iini, food
stiills. rlio, beans and sake
The Shluvo is on the hoards for dis
patch to San pranclsco at U o'clock
touioiiow morning. The liner Is car
r.vlng as Ihiough caigo IUUU tons of
meichuniilse, of which Hill hales of
raw silk Is a valuable featuic. A iiiall
fioui the coast of Asia amounting to
15 sacks was iccclved this luoiiilng
Dirigo Mayhap a Phantom Ship.
To one weary walker nlong n Hono
lulu waterfront, the big American ship
Dhlgo loomed up glent and majestic
as "wltli only one sail split on her
long voyage, she quietly entered the
port csterlay, completing a trip
around Cape Horn that consumed 113
Captain William Poster, Harbormas
ter for tho port of Honolulu, uttcnipt-
eu to rub his optics when ho lcuiuc.1
this startling bit or misinformation
ihioiigh tho inarltlmu dcpaitmcnt of
a iiiuinlng p.iier.
The eiratlc movements of a "Pljlng
Dutchman" could not posslblj eclipse
tho good old Dirigo in sneaking Into
the poit, and escaping tho eternal vig
ilance of such officials as Captain
Chris. Hyde, master of thu pcnt's mil)
tugboat; Harbor Officer Jack Weday,
milkier of a hull pup that "scents" a
sailing ship ono hundred miles awn)
let alone thu usual staff of quarantine
Immigration and customs ofllccrs.
Tho Dirigo arrival may hnvu been a
"dull-da)'' story, but It failed miser
ably In Its puriMisu In Interesting local
shipping cheles which have rollowcd
tho Coast papers that told weoks ago
or Uio in rival or tho well-knoivu wind
jammer at an Atlantic coast seaisiit
Man) thousands of miles of land and
sea soparalo the Dhlgo riom Hono
lulu haibor, a morning sheet to the
Local Notice to Mariners.
HAWAIIAN' ISLANDS O.iliu Isl-
miil Honolulu Haibor Notice Is
liuieby given that during tho (hedging
or thu channel entiancu to Honolulu
ll.li Imr about to bo itono under thu ill
lection or uio Corps or i:nglncois, U.
S. Army, tempoiary lnio)s will ' bo
placed in the center of Iho channel
ror the huiium of navigation, ami thu
west side or Iho channel left unol,
stiucteil until thu cast half Is complet
ed i-uilher notification will bo given
when (hedging operations aio shlftod
lo tho w ostein half of tho channel.
ny older of tlio Commissioner of
Hall Sailing for Kauai.
There Is a cousliforablu quantity of
foillllzcr anil lumber to bo shipped to
(lardeii Island ports In tho Inlor-Isl-and
mourner W. (I. Hall, which Is on
tlio berth for dispatch ror Maul pints
at .". o'clock this evening. Tlio Hall
will carry a number of passenseis.
Marama Arrives at Vancouver.
The Cunadlan-Auslralliin liner Alu
mina, sailing fiom Honolulu on .Ian
JI with loity piibsengors and n mull
SUN AND MOON
e i i -1 I
i a i csi
1 1. II
a in. .
ui ew tu
son v:u, tVM
no on M;
fi 11 IK
av l ii
ljist iiuartcr of tin1
TllllO nut stilted III tables.
VESSELS TO AND
(Spccl.il Cable lo .llerclmntV
IN KOIti:i(l.N POUTS
'Ihurvila), February .
SAN FRANCISCO- Ai rived, Feb. X
in., S. S. Koiea. hence Fob. i.
NKWCASTLl-:, ACS Sailed. Feb.
S S. (Sucrose), for Honolulu
SAN FRANCISCO -An Iv ed, Feb. 7,
S. Columbia, fioui San Diego.
Mall for San Francisco per S.
Shlnjo Maru cliws 7 :!U a. m.
The Matson Navigation sle.uncr III-
loulan, from San Francisco, Is now on
the vvny to the Islands, having sailed
from the coast )es'eiday with a gen
Honolulan's Depzrture Was
Tho ilupartuic of a trio of swim
mers for tho Coasl In the Matson Nav
igation steamer llouolulan last clon
ing drew out a l.ugc delegation or en
thusiastic boosteis at Hiiekreld whurr.
hTo llonoliilau sailed with nil cabins
tilled wjth iMssongeis and a caigo In
cluding I'iSOl) ions sugai. The vessel
cntiicil but little Height save sugar.
Lurllne Has Maul Freight.
The Matson Navigation steamer
l.uillne, now' on" iho way from San
Francisco, Is bringing .".loo tons cargo
for Honolulu and lot toils Tor ills
chargu at Kaliuhil. The Lurllne
should anho bete on or about next
Wednesday, provided tho weather
moderates to some extent.
Mauna Loa Lett Sugar Behind.
The Inter-Island steamer Maun;i
I - i n . from Mithukona. was an arrival
at the port ll-.Vs morning, bringing !),-
7(1(1 Backs surjar 2 autos, 21 crales or
chickens and 25 packages sundiloii.
Tho vessel met with southerly winds
and smooth sens on the homenaid
Kalulanl Here for Overhaul.
Tho Inier-lslaiiil He.uuer Kalul.iul
has been sent to Honolulu ror the iok
iibir oiviIiiiiiIIiik mid lepalutiug. This
okxc1 li git MP! sacks sugar liom
Nupooiioii and a deckload or C! cattle
arrlVI'd In good condition. The olllcers
report good weather and smooth seas
'Mliis Inn. i WodchnuBc O.ihu.
Allss Man .Million Aloloknl
.Miss Wllbelnilii.i Weight Hawaii
AHh I:iik,i Knhcle Kintal.
Sir lleli n Rogers .Maul.
These are the live princesses who will
lido In tin Plnml Parade on l-Vlu-uarv
-2 The lltlli and last was nainoiles.
terduy, when Miss Rose Davison, chair
man "f lln princess sei'tloii. reielved
the name in Miss Kahelo frnni Kauai
Miss Dailsiui Is now busy with ar-riiiiKeiiii-iits
fur tlm pages ami nlti-uil-anlM
The seitlon prnmlses to lie mnie
lilctiiresiiue lli.in over before, and llii-ru
never wire belter riders nor mnie rep
resuitiitlve princesses than those named
for the 1H1J parade
COMING IN FIRST
The California and South Dakota,
First Division ships of thu Pacific
Fleot are duo at tlio Navy dock eaily
this afternoon, according to a wire
less lecelved this morning b) Adinh-
ul Cnwlcs, coniniundiint of the naval
station. The Colorado and West Vir
ginia will como In later In tlio evon
Iiik, when bcitlis at tho wntorfiont nro
Tho Caliroinbi and South Dakota
will till their huukciH this week-end,
tho Second Division having coalcl
lust tlmo the Heet caino Inside. Tho
suppl) of "black diamonds" Is avail-
abio at any tlmo. ami should tlm
trulseis decide to start coaling loilay.U.
iney can commence as soon as thu
lines uiu Hindu fiiht to tho deck. It
Is inoie probable, hovvovor, that tho
bagE will not commonco to go over tho
Hldo until tomoriow moinlng.
The funeral of Fiederlcl;
ARE NOW NAMED
Iho bugler of tho Colorado, who was
THEY MOST HAVE
:;;. -J. .;..;.. J. .j. .;..;..;..;..)..;. .j,
All business men whu pretend
to keep In touch with the ar-
hilt's or Hawaii have to have the
II u 1 1 o 1 1 n. !
A notable proof In this eonnec-
lion Is ii letter recently lecclvcd
at the local olllce of thu Ametl-
cnn-lhiw'tillan Steamship Com-
v pany from President Dearborn In
v .New York.
Sir". Dearborn writes: "Ueccnt
ly wo have not been receiving
: copies of tho Honolulu Hullo
v 1 1 n, the last ono being dated
November 11th. It Is our desire
to keep Informed of current
events and tho tiend of public
fr opinion In the Territory served
by tho company. Wo would
! therefore bo pleased, If this sub-
Rcrlption has been discontinued,
to hav'e you lenow It."
It In Just so with them all.
They hnvc to get the" II II 1 1 o 1 1 u
to get the news iiiul tho truth
! about It. What the people all
patronize Is the paper for the
advertiser who would i each tho
people to use.
STRAY BOGS AND
Two matters or sectional Improve
ment, one of which cniuirns the whole
c-lt) us will, were taken up by an in
tbushistlc and well-atteiided meeting of
the Mauna Improvement Club held last
night at the home of Piesldeut Fred
The Hrst was In regard to living up
to building restrictions In the Collegn
Hills ill"trii't and the second was tlm
starting of u innvt incut to cheek tho
stray dug nuisance that has become
reiill) scrliius In spite uf Its humorous
A number of houses are alleged to
bo going up In tho district of u cheap;
lonstriiitlou, although there Is u build
ing restriction of $2000 cnt The mut
ter Vus turned over to tho executive
committee with power to act, and legal
measures may bo Invoked unless others
Tho stray-dug nuisance was referred
to a oniniulttee of which It It Iteldford
Is thalrmau Statements wile made to
the elTict that the Impo Hiding Is nut
well administered and that tile nunibir
of canines running loose inlhuless and
nwiurless. Is gelling In lie a real lilin
acw In beautiful lawns and dowels
A Mnnio nf Los Angeles, who
has liecn mining to the Islands for
snme Mais, mi Tuesila) lintight u block
nf laud nf the KiilmiiM Land Colli- n lar) ,
pany Tin block was the last In Ihe'tni)
Ocean View tiuit, the sale- bringing
It was learned tinla) that .Manager
Stnnlnn Is unw negotiating with u
iiuinliir nf nltlcerM of the Pacllle cruiser
licet lor a bunch of lots In the Palnlo
Hilt tract. Snme weeks ngn licit nlll-
cers, Impressed with the splendid pos
sibilities nf KiihnuM real estate, bniight
a number nf choice lots and now It
links as If olliirs will do the value.
THE KAAI CONCERT
It will be pleasant news to those of
the nowd who fulled to secure seats
for the last Kaul conceit, tn know
Hint the same inmpany has Hie IIIJou
fur the night of l-Vluuary HI next
iTiiesday, lor a "Hawaiian night" which
Is In be given ospi chilly tnr thei'leve
l.llld tnuilsts, but to ulllc.ll ovel)nlie
will In- vvilinme. The pingram will be
augmented over that given lu January,
and the folk dances will he- nf the stump
that will bring back In old Hawaii, ins
the days of their j until. There was sn
l m in Ii to enjiiy lu the last cnnicit, iiud
sn many oxpiesslons of delight came
i ft mil the tourists on the Clevelanil, that
Mr. Kaal seems to be using gnml Judg
ment lu giving tlm tnuilsts who an- to
(lime on tin- return or that steaiui-r, on
tlm 12th, an opportunity tn hear the ex
cellent ieudrlng of the Hawaiian
music Tho reputation of these slug
eiH extendi over two hemispheres and
Is lapldly growing. Visitors should losu
no time lo git their tlikets.
The nisi- or C I) Prlngle, arrested
yeslerday ror assaulting Airs T. Qiiluii,
was postponed until next Saturil cy
innrnlng It Is reported that Prlnglu
will light the case when his trial cniues
up In inurt
J W Kci shncr was arrested by the
police for lieeilloss eblvlng lie Is out
m, ,, i.i ,.r mi,
! -p .:. . ; ;,'?. ,
$ S $ $
diow-neif at Walklkl Satillday after
noon Inst, and whoso body was lecov
oicd Tuesila), was hold jratordiiy af
tcinoon riom Williams imderlakhig
estahllshiueut The builiil took placo
In tin.. Navy libit of the Nuiinnii eein.
dor), the lemalus beug conveyed
inero wiin inn naval Iioiioih.
Tho battle of Dowers that will end
the hi); Washington's llirtlulay Moral
Pntndo will add thu last touch to Iho
day's caiulvat spit It. It will be a pic
tincsqiie and striking Innovation In
the Floial Parade piograms, and
prnmlrcg to bo a feature for other Pa
nicles as well.
Tho buttle, will tyiko place on Piina
liou street between Ilcrctnula and Wil
der avenues, and wilt not stuit until
nfter the Floral Parade Itself is all
over. Judging finished and the cari
leady lo bo dismantled. The entire
stieet from lleietnnta to Wilder ave
nue will bo billlliintly decii.iled and
spare left ror cars to bo b inked on tho
side so Unit every occupant can walch
the battle as It progresses.
II will be a soit of go-as-.voit-ptoasc
affair, and an) body can enter, provid
ed their eats aio decorated, who bei
or not they aio entered In tho Floral
Parade Itselr, so long as their eai.s mo
dressed out In riuwers or In bnnlln
In colois or vai Ions hinds. They can
lake part In the battle or flowers, but
no car will bo allowed to become a
combatant unless It Is decorated.
Floral Parade muttuis, generally
speaking, are piogresslng faster than
llicy weio nt a conoRpotnllng tlmo
last jenr. Admission tlcke's Tor tho
Colonial Hall will be placed on sale
within a short time. The tickets will
bo $1 50, each entitling a lady and
gentleman to the privileges of tin
ARE TOO SMALLf
That Hawaii should cut up Its homo-
stead Harts In larger sections than
Is now the avciage Is tlio inilnlon of
II. I,. Saurrs. an exnorlenced humor
who caino to the Islands to tnko up a
homestead bete. He succeeded very
quickly, being one or the lucky ones
In Hie California association drawing
on Maul. Sauers mdb that he Is well
satisfied with his own drawing, but
that most or the homesteailH aio go
ing lo lie too small ror full develop
ment. TO LEAD
(Continues: from Page I)
Tho tommlitiCH uio us lollows.
HxecutlMi Committee James Wake-
Held, chairman; Itev It. I J, Smith, It.
II. Tienl. Itev D. C Peters, W. II.
Hall, ( iincui Win Ault, A. (1. Smith,
llev A. A. Hlicrsnlo; W. A Unwell,
treasiiur; Paul Super, executive sec -
Clllli'n Tine), us-Middtc sicre-
Men's .Meetings Cummllti-e I,. 'Pen
ney Peck, chairman: P. J. Lowrcy. Paul
Super, IM. Tnimc, W. . Hall, It. 11
Andeisun, W. Coombs, ('. II. Itlphy,
Capt. II II. Cooke, A. Lewis Jr., Uio.
F Dav les.
Women's .Meetings Committee Mrs.
C Aloiitague Cooke, chairman; Mrs W.
C. Ilolnly, .Mis. W. 1.. Hopper, Airs. II.
II. Walker, Airs. Wm. Thompson, Allss
Alice Oleum, secietary.
Hoys' .Meetings Committee II At.
von Holt, iliulrman; lleo. Potter, vice
ihalriiiiiii; Hon. W I.. Whllnes. Thiol.
' Ilk hards, I-:. A Cooper, 1 1. AloNa-
niaria, (!eo. P. Caslle, Altred Castle,
C I''. Loomls.
Yniiiig People's .Meetings Cnminlttio
- Itev. I). C. Peters, I'hahinaui Kinest
P. I'base, Hail Dllsworth, Allss Allen
t'sliirlng Cuinnilllei 11. (J. Wlnck
Npe-nkers' Coiuinlttio Illshop Itcs.
tailck, chalrmaiii Itev. Win Ault, llev
Ut K Suillh, Dr. J W. Wiulm.in. Itev.
1 1). C. Peiers, Di. linieuiiis Seudder.
Itev. A. A. Kbersnle.
.Music Cninniltlee- C.iunn Win. Ault,
ihalrman; Allss Margaiet Hnppcr, Allss
Kllabeth Hopper, Airs. C. II Ainbuvvs,
Charles Nettle, I 'III Ion True)
j Publicity Cciinmltti'o Rev A A.
llllersnle, chilli niaii: CIiiiiIoh Frimler, A.
H Smith, Prnf A. P (irlllllhs. W (1.
I.ennanl, W. 11 I'laike, J. J. CHIi-h.
Ilusiness I'nmmltteo W A. Howell,
chaliuiau; It II. Trent, (i II Ilut
tolph, W I, Hopper.
A mei-llug or the Hoard if lleallhl
will bo held this afternnoii at half-past
tin eo o'clock, when several nutters mo
to be brought before the members: by
lllui'-pi lilts and comments have been
forwarded by Ihiikfold & Co In con
nection with tho proposed sanitation
scheme tn be carried through at Wal
pahii This matter will be, taken up b
the Imalil and discussed thoroughly
A icpoit fi oiu llawiitl stutcs that two
pliiKiieOmlco hnvo been found ut Ha
inakiui "One of lln-ni wiih round In n
nelKhhoi hnod wliuoau Infected nil was
fouuil some little- time ago The other
jono was found lu n new place.
GAVE HER UP
Mrs. Stuart Finally Saved By
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vege
table Compound Her
i:imo. Mo. "I think your Vrjrelnblo
Compound Is wonderful for it hi helped
me. I nad lour doc
tors and they said I
had female troubles!
and a tumor and
nothing but an oper
ation would hclpme.
I could not sit still
lone; cnouRh to cat,
and couid sloop
hardly any I was in
so much misery with
pains In my side and
UVCJ " r
"A year np;o Inst spring my doctor
pave mo up, and he was surprised to sco
me this sprine; and to sec my condition.
I rIvo Lydia E. Pinkham's VeRetabla
Compound the prnlso wherever I ro for
I know I would not be hero today or hnvo
our fino baby boy If I had not taken iL"
-Mrs. Sarah J. Stuakt, R.F.D. No. 2,
Box 1C, Elmo, Mo.
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used with perfect confidence by women
who sufTcr from displacements, inflam
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feeling, flatulency, indigestlon.dizzlness,
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If jou n ant special advice lrrlte (o
I.rdlii P. Pinklinm Medicine Co. (confi
dential) Lynn, Mass. Your letter trill
bo opened, read and answered by a
uouian and held In strict confidence.
WAI.Ti:il S. THOMAS, n vetenin
nowspiiieinian or Tin), Ohio, Is visit
lug the city wllh-his fainlh.
CAPTAIN VP.NTORINI. one or the
staff of navigators connected with thu
Philippine coast guard seivlce. accom
panied by his wife. Is making a vo.v
agu to thu mainland In tlio SIiIido
IJ. AI. KI.AAI, ropiesentlng a New
York tobacco and cigar Importing
firm, has completed a tour of tho
Philippines, during which time ho
made a number or contiacts ror a
icgulur hniKiilatlon of .Manila elgais
NAI1IIOI.Z VON (IRAIIOW, lepie
sentlng a mainland sllk-lmpurilng
linn, la letiiinlug to the states arter
n siicccssrul tilp thioiighout tliu V.ir
Kiist. Hu Is a passenger lu the Jap
anese liner Shln.vo Maru.
II. SCIIIW.KK, pmnilnelit In noitb
western luniherlng ehclcB, Is complet
ing a lour or the win Id, as u passen
ger lu the Japanese liner Slilnjo Alu'v
I 11, KIDWKI.L, a member of tho
Philippine Insular customs start, a
through passenger lu tho Japanesu
liner Shlii)o Maui, which called at
Honolulu this morning eu icmtu In tlm
l.'llza Hi own King Is asking for a
divorce from Joseph King. Agnes Alc
Cabo Is named as coriespondetit.
A ten Ilk- djnainllo explosion nt Pu
eblo, Col., partly wrecked tho hcait oi
tho business il list I let.
Tho annual inoollng of Iho stock
l.olilus oi the Wal. man Company will
be In Id ut the olllce of J AI. Dnwsett,
.Men bant slieet, Friday, February 2J,
HH2, at II n'clnck a in
.1 AI DciWSDTT,
Seciitary, Wnlanao Company.
Honolulu, I-Vbriiary S, 1!I12.
Fiirnlslii-il rinnt . room- outside en-
tianco wllh board. 1:115 King Ht.
Brown & Lyon Co, Ltd.
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