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EVENING DULLETIN, rlONOLULlL-T. H., FRIDAY, FEB. 16, 1912.
A LITTLE DANDERINE WILL
MAKE YOUR HAIR LUSTROUS,
SOFT, FLUFFY, ABUNDANT
Get a 25 Cent Bottle Now and
Forever Stop Falling Hair, Itching
Scalp and Datulrulf
If you Wish to Double the Beauty
of your Hair in Ten Minutes surely
Try a Danderine Hair Cleanse
Vour liair becomes light, waiy, fluffv,
abundant and appears as soft, lustrmn and
beautiful ai a young girl's afirr a Danderine
liair cleanse. Jim try this - istcti a cloth
with .1 little Danderine atul rarrfiilljr draw it
through )our liair, taking ime mull siraiul
at a tunc. This will cleanse the hair ol du.t,
dirt and exccssiie oil atul in just a frw
moments un hate duuhlrd the beauty o(
A delightful surprise awaits particularly
thuse nlm hate been careless, whine liHir
has been neglected or is rrraggv, failed, dry,
.brittle or thin. Ilcmles heaiitiftiiii! the hair
at once, Danderine dissolves etcrv uniilc
of dandruff) i leames, purities ami uiiig'r
atrs the scalp, forever stopping licking and
Try as you will, after one application of
Danderine you cannot find any dandruff or
a looe or falling hair, and Jour scalp "ill
never itch, but wh.it will please you inmt
will be after a few weeks' lire when toil will
actually sec new hair -fine and downy at
first yes lull really new hair sprouting all
over the scalp. Danderine makes the liair
j;row long, heavy and luxuriant and we can
nmr it. If ton care for preltv, ofi hair
ami lot i of it surely pet a 2i cint bottle of
KuowltonN Danderine from any dru-ht
or toilet counter, and just try it.
In plain, substantial patterns, that ttnntl wear and tear and still look
good. See a Oed at $7G5. Quality and price beyond competition. Our
Rales are ALL THE YEAR ROUND.
KING AND ALAKEA 8TREET0
Tai LOy CO., Jewelers
Canton Ware, Vases; Chinese Embroidery
Cor. Hotel and Nuuanii Sts.
To Be On
A News Edition from the Duplex Press of
People and Industries
Will be Ready for Distribution on Floral Parade Day,
February 22nd '
The edition will contain over eighty pages of valuable industrial and commercial infor
matoin, accurate statistics, distinctive illustrations, and many interesting personal sketches
about some of the scientific sugar producers of Hawaii, as well as of other constructive men
engaged in the businesses and industries of the Islands. '
NEWS EDITION, FIVE CENTS
The News Edition will sell at the regular newspaper price of five cents a
be on sale through the newsboys and usual sales mediums.
BOOK PRESS ISSUE
The Book Press Issue for filling special orders will be out at a later date. The contents
of both issues will be the same. The only difference is between the book- presswork and
that of the news press, which provides the speed needed to get the large edition out on the
date for which it has been advertised. ONLY A LIMITED NUMBER WILL BE PRINTED.
PLACE YOUR ORDERS NOW THE EDITION WILL BE OUT 0IM
DAY AND WILL CONTAIN THE NEWS FEATURES OF THAT EVENT
HAWAIIAN VOLCANO SENDS RARE
EXHIBITS TO EASTERN MUSEUM
SPHlNni'ini.I), Mnss.. Jim. 21. -The
i. 'i i lit iiihlltloii to the collection of lavn
formation which hnvc been rccclvnd
by the Springfield society of volcanic
research mid In now on inhibition In
tin- Science Mucum. presents many
Interesting specimens of volcanic strut'
Imp. Tin- latest collection of speci
mens linn liprn received from t'rntik
A Pci-rct. wIhi has niiiilp nn extensive
tinly of the formation In Hawaii, nml,
I added to tlip othrr lavn specimens
I which the , museum coiilnln. goes to
I I uvkc Hip colli i.tlon n very valuable
ii- well fiK nit Interesting nno. Aside
mm Hip iipw e'pvclmcn W'lilcli hnvo
t .in plni-cd In the "collection, there nro
iiiinnv others In the Porrc-t collection,
1 1 ii hiding some ft mil Vesuvius, Ktnii,
Hie L'luirl Islands. Strnmboll nml Ten-
iHfTc Resides thev, there I the v.
H (' Russell lollcctlnn, which contains
vnrlmtH linn formations fruiii volcanoes
In U'elniiii, Alt. I'elcp nml others.
The Litest eollertlon conies from Mt.
Klhiiieit In llntvoll. Tills volciino I him
n peptillur formation, iih tlio vent or
crater docs not seem to have originated
by nn explosive uctlon, lint rntherfrom
a fissure willed has been griplunlly en
croachctl upon nnil tin; Willi of which
RAN FltAKC'IKfO, ("ill., Jan. 3. Af
ter iniiro Ihnn two yearn' tiltler lit t
gallon hetweeii llmlolpli nml Chum A.
i Sirrcl(Pln, iih executora of tlio. will of
, the Into. (MatiH KprecketB, on (ho nc
hand, ntid .lohti D. and A. II. Spreck-
1 els on the nlher, over tlio iifTalm of
; tlio Oceanic SIciiiiihIiIii Cotitpany,, It
wan nnnotiiieed )enterilny that the
plalntllTH In the ncthili linvn disponed
of their bondtt In the company and
tlm case will now ho dropped. In ad-
; dltlon to tlm bomlH held pcrsotially by
' Rudolph and C. A. KpreckelH and thoso
In the pstatu nf their mother they also
, illxposed of the Rltnlhtr necurltlfs re
maining In their charnn iih uxectttnrs,
nml Judge Coffey yesterday Hlglted tlio
, papem cntillrtiiltig the snlo.
lolin I). and A. II. Sprocket were
tlm purchasers of the bomlH. Follow
ing an ngreeiuent made out of court
they bought the securities nt par, plan
the accrued coupon Intercut. The total
iimottnt Involved was mini' than $C2'J,
uimi for the n:'U honilH held by tlio
pin In 1 1 ITh ut the tluiu the milt was
brought In September, 1001). The
transaction virtually nuikiiH John I),
and A. II. Sprcekeln nml John I).
Spreckcla IlrotherH and Cimimny boIo
V '-..' M )
linve bocli eaten away at the sides by
lfiUld lavn. A peculiar fuel In relation
to till" Volcano Is that, while It Ii sit
uateil tieflr Mnnnn I.ou, the highest vol.
ciinu In Hawaii, Its eruptions occur
ot different times from tlie of Mnnnn
I.on, thus shotting that the two vol
canoes have entirely Rpanite lavn res
ervoirs. The low angle of the slope
ijf Mnnnn, I.oa ntid Its nearly Hut stim
inlt gltc the lava a tciylency to travel
n ,lonK,iltnncc ntid 'pirnd widely be
fore .'coojlnif, ninj some of the lavn
sheets of the liiniilituln nre CO miles
long,, occasionally pvpii entering the
"1't . , . .
The new Bpeolnienn which have been
milled to the noolr ty'K collection of Invn
fortiiatlonti.iiro nbout n ilozcn In num
ber nml Include nonie which lire ex
Iriinrillnnry In nppenrnnce and exceed
IliKly InterextltiR In the liMnry of their
forinaioi). One of the tniwt lntereit
liST l n lnni" of what I called "l'ele'H
Imlr." Thin reneiiibp real liair In ni
lienrnncp nml to tie touch, nml I
named, after Iele, the goddes. of tile
volcnno. -A certain Rtarniy kind of lavn
Ix formed and the paxnge of the Mcnin
tlinniKli thvrW mnmii'H of molten nlaun
liroduceH a jnaterlal Hoiuewliat re'in
h)lnsr .fptin RlniH,
t S. FIGHT
owners of the Oceanic company.
The mil( Viptf brought In nn nttpmpt
to rpiuoyn.'thUliloii Tiust Conipany
lis trustees' of., tio Oceanle Kleanihhlp
Company nm( to have another trtts
toe it)iiilnlei1 vliy tlio court. It wan
churg(ilt tlmCthe trust company hud
permitted u majority of the bond hold
ers to waive default of Interest pay
ments In an effoit to depreciate the
valuo of the bonds, and further that
tlio trust company had been lax In
Us duty In permitting somo of the
ships to Ho Idle, In allowing under In
surance of the vessels and In falling
to redeem bonds when It had money
on hand available for this purpose.
In the estate of tlio late Clans
Sprockets then were originally CO!)
Oceanic Uindsirbut when tlio commu
nity properly was dlvjded, the .widow
recehedv:ic'4. In addition to this num
ber (Muus, A. Spi'eckels held 0, bonds
persoliinfy,J.iJ'io $3OT,O0U, plus, ijc
crniMl liilerfs'rjjlilcli wns paid Into
the Sprockets eitnt,o for the block held'
there, Is still to bo divided among the
five heirs, ntid John D. and A. II.
Spreckols; thn purchasers, will each
receive one-fifth of the total as part
of their ishnrc nf their father's estate.
A GREAT DISCOVERY .-j
Certain Ingredient That Itrally Pro.
mole Hair drouth When Vrop.
Itesoreln Is ono of the most effect
ive germ destroyers ever discovered
by sclcncn, mid In connection with He
tn Naplhul, which Is lioth germicidal
and nntlseptlc, n combliiatlnu Is form,
cd which destroys the germs which
toh tlio hnlr of Its natural nourishment,
i and also creates n clean, henlthy con-
dltlon of the scalp, which provctits the
development of new germs,
l'llocarpln, although not a coloring
I matter, or dye, Is a well-known lugrc
I client for restoring the hair to Its nat
ural color, when tlio loss of hair has
been caused by n disease of the scal.
'Those ingredients In proper combi
nation, with alcohol added ns n stimu
lant and for Its well-defined nourish
ing properties, perfect perhaps the
most effective remedy that Is known
for scalp mid hnlr doubles.
Wo have a remedy which Is chiefly
coniKised of thoso Ingredients, In com
bination with other extremely Invalu
able medicinal agents. -We guarantee
It to positively euro dandruff and to
grow hair, even tliouvlf iho scalp In
Hits Is linre of hair. If there is any
vitality left In the roots, It will jiosl
lively' cure baldness, or we will refund
your money. If tlio scalp has a glazed,
shiny upiicarnnro. It's an Indication
that baldness Is permanent, but In otlir
or Instances wc believe baldness Is
curnble. S '
Wo want every nno troubled, with
i-oalp disease or loss of hnlr to try
llcxiill "33" Hair Tonic. If It does not
euro dandruff' nnd 'grow hnlr to' tlio! sat
isfaction of the tiscrtiwo will.-without
tpiPstlon oi' quibble return Tcry cijiit
paid us tor It. Wo print this guaran
tee on every Inttle. It lias pffeelbd A
positive euro In 93V of eases where put
to a practical test.
Itoxall "113" Hnlr Tonic Is entirely
unlike, and wo think, In ever particu
lar, belter than anything oho we know
of for tlio purpose for which It Is pre
scribed. We urge you to try this prep
aration at our entire risk. Certainly
wo know of no better guarantee to
Rlvo you. Remember, you can obtain
ltexiill Remedies In Honolulu only at
our sfore The llexall Store. Ren
son, Smith & Co., Ud., Port and Ho
tel streets, Honolulu.
When the roll was called nt tlio
College or Hawaii yesterday afternoon
III connection with the examinations
hied for Inspectors under the city und
county health department, It was found
that eighteen men were ready tn an
swer the uiiestlons.
Nineteen answers were called for In
all, and the greatest enre whs taken
that the. men should understand all
the questions nkked. ''or this purposo
n Hawaiian Interpreter, was present.
who elucidated nny knotty problems
Hint presented themselves to the-mlnds
of the Hiiwnllnns sitting for the course.
The questions nre spoken nt ns being
slightly easier thun the but set.
In order that 'there should be no
chance of nny faking with the papers
after they were turned In. President
Pratt sealed each one and stamped It
with the Hoard of Health seal. The
numbers corresponding to the nunuSs
were placed In nil envelope which was
nlso sealed and has been put nvvny In
the snfe. Tlio papers were tupiedover
to Professor.' Keller to hold ' until the
committee meets to go over tliem to-
Consigned to tlio Paclfts Lumbar. &
Manufacturing Company, another car'
go of oak logs will he set afloat at
Otaru, Japan, next month, fur ship
ment to Portland. Arrangements are
being made for forwarding the cargo
nn one of tlio regular trans-Paclflc llu
crs. Hcrctoforo tlio nrodtict haB been
brought over 'tnostly by Japanese,
tramp steamers. Unless they aro as
sured of return cargoes across the Pa
cific, It Is said, their owners object'
sending the craft In this direction,
Governor Judsou Harmon of Ohio
declines economy In the conduct of
tlio Federal (lovornmciit and tariff re
form should bo the issues of Democ
To purchase one good single buggy.
Address "H. H.". llulletln oltlce.
PUPS FOR SALE.
Ciood watchdog pups for sale. Inquire
c II. Ilalley, Walalne Haiich.
Any kind second-hand furniture bought
and sold. Mattresses made, to order.
II Suzuki, cor. Vineyard and Kninin
International helpv Tyl, J93. Yalty
BY r AUfritfRt'f YINBW TO-DAY
Healed nroponls will be received for
the construction of one-room hddltlons
to the Keoken, Kenlnhou, Mnknwno nml
Olownlu HchnnU, nnd new school build
Olownlu Hchnnln, nnd new School linlhl-
Ings nt Kennne and liana, by the Maul
Loan lAind Comnilsslon, Wnlluku, un-I
tit 9:30 n. m., March , 191.
Proposals must be on forms fur-
nlshetl by the Mntil l.dnn Kund Com-
mission, placed In sealed envelopes nd-
dressed to the Micretnry of the Maul
Loan Fund Commission,) Wnlluku,
Maul, nnd plainly marked "Proposals
for' 'Constructing One-lloom" Addltloh
to Keoken, Kealiiliou.'. Maknwan nnd
O'lownlu Schools, nnd Mew School
lliilldlngs nt Kennne nnd Hnnn."
Proposals must be accompanied by
n ccrtllled check In nmount equal to
5 of the bid, as n guarantee that the
contract will bo entered Into If
Plans nnd specifications niny lie ob
tained from P. K. Hnrvey, Makawan,
Maul, by enclosing check for twenty
(1,'c (2S) dollars, payable to Marston
Campbell, Chairman of the Maul Loan
1'iiinl Commission, (o lie held by him
until return nf plans und specifications
In good condition.
The Commission reserves the right
to reject nny nnd nil bids or let the
work ns n whole, or In parts, or for one
or more parts ns may nppepr-io, thei
best Interest of the County. . iy;.,
FIIED R. llAnVKV.
k ' Secretary;,
. S162-rFeb,16. 23;,Mnr'l ...
Kula, Pip.' Llni. ,
Sealed proposals for the cbnstruc
Hon of Extension of Kula Pipe Line
from Wnlknmol to Piiohnkninon will
bo received by the Maul Irfinn Funil
Commission, Wnlluku. Mnul, until 9:30
a. m. on the 9tli or March, 1912.
Proposals must be on forms furnish
ed by the Mntilt Loan Fund Commis
sion placed ,lri sealed envelopes, ad
dressed tn Secretary of the Maul Loan
Fund Commlsslon, Wnlluku, Maul, nnd
plainly marked "Proposals for Exten
sion or Kuln Plpo Line, Wnlknmol to
Proposals must be accompanied by
a certified check In nmount equal to
ti or the bid. as a guarantee that the
contract will be entered Into If
Plans nnd specifications may be ob
tained from F. E. Hnrvey, Mnknwno,
by enclosing check for twenty-live (25)
dollars, payable to Marston Campbell,
Chairman of Maul Loan Fund Com
mission, to lie held by lilm until return
of plans and specifications In good con
dition. The Commission reserves the right
to reject nny nrjd all bids, or let the
work as n whole or In parts, or for one
or more pnrlsi as mny appear to the
best Interest of the County-
Fnrcn n iiativky.
Feb 10, 23: Mar 1
Ewa Plantation Co.'
The stock books of Ewn Plantation
Company wll( be closed to transfers
Saturday, February 17, 1912. nt 12
o'clock noon, to Thursday, February
29, 1912, Inclusive.
CIIA8. It.- ATHEtlTON.
Treasurer, ,Kwa Plnntntlon Company
'Honolulu, February 10, 1912.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS;
Enttred for Record Ftbruary 15, 1912.
From 10:30 a. m. to 4i30 p, m.
Sao Martlnbo Dent Socy of II to
Joso de Avelro et al H"l
Friink Avelro and wf to Mnrln J
De Abreu M
John Hamilton to. Papaalou Agrclt
Co Ltd .v ,., D
Frank TH Howes to Notice Notice
Shlka Knshlwubnni nnd hsb to
William K Nil ma u u D
W K Numnuu tu Shlku Knshlwn-
bara H llel
Theresii M Lqulsson to Mary Abel D
Alfred Hochu "and wf to J A Vlvl-
Joseph A'dllm'an anil wf to "pteil
Theresa M Luulsson to William
Suviuire, tr .,,... D
Central Union Church by trs to
rulama Settlement D
Trent Trust Co Ltd to Elizabeth
H Shaw: D
Kllzn J Nlshwltz et al to Hugh
Howell . . i ,,..,..!., Rel
Nuhlku, Sugar Co to Hugh Howell
Nahlku Sugar Co Ltd to lluwn-
American Rubber .Co Ltd. ...Par D
llnwn-Amerlean Rubber Co Ltd to
William R Cnstle et nl, trs,,..Tr M
Fanny Strauch und hsh to Uiulse
P Lopes D
TberesaM Loulsson to A Oarten-
Hank of Honolulu Ltd to Morris
Rosenhledt Par Re)
II Wnterhoiiso Trust Co Ltd, tr, to
Honolulu School for Hoys U
Morris Rosenhledt to, Philip F
Enttrod for Record February 16, 1912,
Fro'm 830 a. m. to 1030 a. m.
John Kaulahtwu to M Koike ,,,, 1)
Puehuehu Agrctl Co Ltd to Union
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.' -
Kahaupu Agricultural Company, Llm
., lUd. '
Al the regular annual meetlngof
shareholders of the Knhnupu Agricul
tural. Company, Limited, held nt ho
lllrni. t-ompany, i.niiuri,, .ir, .....
office of V. llrewer & Company, Ltd..
agents, In Honolulu, on I.'ebrunryr.lli,
A. U. 1912, the following ttireciorsanii
auditor were elected to serve forhe
ensuing year: . '
II l Illshop, iiicnnru ivert ii,.ii.
WliHney, directors. ,
U. (I, May, auditor. '
subsequent meeting of ' the
Hoard of Directors, the following; oni-
ceti were appointed to serve -fori the
ensuing year: " '
K. F. lllshop -. President
nichnrd Ivers Vlcc-Prcj.ldont
II. M. Whitney '...
.,,,, Secretary nnd Treasurer
II. M. WIHTNKY,
Secretary, Kahaupu Agricultural Com
0162 Feb 10, 17. 19
ELECTION OF OFFICER8.
Oahu 8ugar Company, Limited,
At the nnnunl meeting of the stock
holders of the Oahu Sugar Company.
Limited, held nt the oltlce or II. Hick
feld & Co., Ltd., Honolulu, T. II.', oil
irhursdny, Februnry 1G, 1912, tlm 'fol-
IlWlng directors und auditor. wera
elected to serve for the ensuing ys-ar:
ii Hackfeld, M. P. lloblnson, F. J.
rVwrey. W I'fotenhnuer. J. ?A, -Ale-
rofidless, P. Muhlendorf. II. Fockt?. F.
KJiiinp, W. F. Dillingham, directors:
'Kmln Hnneherg, auditor.
t',M n subsequent meeting of -tbo
Hoard of Directors, the followiniRplfl
cers were appointed to serve for the
''J. F. Hnckfetd President
M. P. lloblnson,. First Vice-President
F. J. Lowrey... Second Vice-President
W. Pfotenhnuer Treasurer
F, Ktitinp . .' Secretary
v ii, iiuno,
B1C2 Feb. 10, 17, 19.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
Hllo 8ugar Company, ,
At Hie regular annual meeting of
shareholders of Hllo Sugar (Company,
held n't the office of C. 'llrcwerj& .Com
pany, Ltd., agents, In Honolulu, on
February IE, A, D. 1912, the following
directors nnd auditor were ejected to
serve for the ensuing yeur: "," ,
W. O. Irwin, Hlchurd lvers,' II. M.
Whitney, K. I. Spalding, K. F'lNshop,
directors. ) n'
T. It. lloblnson, nudltnr. w ,(
At a subsequent meeting y.of the
Hoard of Directors, the following offi
cers were appointed for tlKensnlng
W. (1. Irwin President
Illchnrd Ivers Vice-President
II. M. Whitney ,. Treasurer
K. I. Spalding ,'SecVetury
K. I. SPALDINp. '
Secretary, Hllo Sugar Comlwtiy.
13162 Fell 10. 17, 19
ELECTION OF OFFICER8.1
Walmanalo Sugar Company.
At tlio regular annual meeting of the
shareholders of . Wiilmnnalo Sugar
Company, held at the office of (A,
Rrewer & Company, Ltd., agents. In
Honolulu, February H, A. D'. 1912, tlm
following directors nnd nudltor.were
elected to serve for iho ensufngyyear:
W. O. Irtvln, Richard Ivcr?' II, M.
Whitney, K. I. Spalding, R P.- lllshop,
W. I Hopper, directors.
D. a. May,- auditor. "'
At n subsequent meeting ' of the
Hoard of Directors, the following olll
cers were iluly appointed to. serve for
the ensuing year;
W, O. Irwin President
Richard Ivers Vice-President
II. M. Whitney Treasurer
i:. I. Spuldlng Secretary
K. L 8PALDIN11,
Secretary. Walmanalo Sugar Company.
6102 Feb 10, 17, 19
ELECTION OF OFFICER8.
i v -1
Waha Agricultural Company, Limited.
At the regular annual meeting of
shareholders of the Wrha Agricultural
Company, Limited, held ut the oltlce of
C. llrewer &' Company, Ltd., ngents, In
Honolulu, nn February 10, A; D. 1912,
tlio .following directors and. auditor
were elected .to serve for the ensuing
Kdward Pollltz, Albert Meyer, ,H F,
Hlshop, II, M, Whitney, Hlchurd Ivers,
directors. lj '
D. O. Mny, auditor.' ;
At a ..subsequent meetlng.of the
Hoard of Directors, the following oltl
cers were duly appointed to. servo for
the ensuing year:
W- O. Irwin President
13. F. lllshop..; Vlrd:Preldent
II, M. Whitney Treasurer
Rlchlird Ivers .'Secretary
! RICHARD IVHRS,
Secretary, Wehrr Agricultural Com-
8102 Feb 10, 17. 19
-REMOVAL- NOTICE. -
BNYDKR & SHAW have moved from
the Young Hotel Hulldlng to. the Pan
llwill Hiilldlng. oil Fort street, -whero
a fine Hue- of. curios will bu carried
I . 1 1 1 1 ttiM nit Hmi'nr tiiiuliii.utti
Hidg.. KlnrPt,wteaiVrlMtWStWU.,v,fr.VstJ .
Jl-'Ji.iJJi'i.i'l' ii'i,iii.iiitVAi i', '..i(f.ilt,il.i