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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H, FRIDAY, MAR. 1, 1912.
Makes your hair grow long, heavy and
luxuriant and we can prove it
Oct a 25 Cent Bottle Now and
Forever Stop Foiling Hair, Itching
Scalp and Dandruff
Hair Becomes Soft, Fluffy, Lus.
trous and Abundant After a
Danderine Hair Cleanse-
Dinderine ii to the hair what fresh showeri
of rain and luniliine are to vegetation. It
gets ri;!t to the roots, Invigorates ami
strenrjtlisns them. Ill exhilarating, stimula
ting and life-producing- properties came the
liair to grow abundantly long, strong anil
heautiful. It at once imparts a Surklincj
brilliancy and velvety softness to the Juir,
and a few weeks uje will came new hair to
sprout all over the scalp. Use it every day
for a short time, after which two or three
time! a week will be sufficient to complete
whatever growth ) ou desire.
Immediately after app1!ng a little Dan
derine all dandruff will disappear, all ItcluiiR
of the scalp will cease and there will be no
mure loose or falling hair.
If you wish to double the beauty of your
hair in ten minutes surely try this moisten
a cloth with a little Danderine and draw it
i artfully through your hair, taking one small
strand at a tune, this willcleanse the liair of
dint, dirt or any excessive oil In a few
moments your liair wilt be wavy, flurTy and
abundant and possess an incomp-irable soft
lien, lustre and luxuriance, the beauty and
shimmer of true hair health.
If jnu care for beautiful, soft hair anil lots
of it surely get a 25 cent bottle of Kiuml
ton'i Danderine from any drug store or
lodet counter A real surprise awaits ou.
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TYlzJ!S5 Bffil'iiil .1
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W 8 0 F T, W H I T r. OKIN I Kg
iMl Use. Mil
Jl Thoro, Soap ML
BKf Made pnvvdirod Olive Oil Sonp VS
Wfr and Corn Meal It will render tin- skill MV
ff iim soft nnil smooth as clvct. II
lyv SMALL TINS 25 Cent! jAJM
HA 5-POUND TINS $1.00 iiflHM
MBl Nickel Holders, $1.00 Ml9
IBl If liounlit with tin- G-pound tin, the liBl
fBJ iliiildi'r will I bold nt CO cults 11 1
flf Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd., m
U HOTEL T FORT STREET L
, "- ' Vv, Uf- I
Contains all the delicate flavor and medicinal qualities of the
Delicious as a thirst-quenching beverage
Incomparable when served with
For the home we have it In cases of 12 Quarts and 24 Pints.
Try Thomas' Sliced Pineapple in tins
1 You will Ilka It better than the ripe fruit.
Henry May Co., Ltd.
J. A. GILMAN
Shipping and Commission .
ARTHUR SEWALL & CO., BATH, ME.
PARROTT & CO., SAN FRANCISCO
BADGER'S FIRE' EXTINGUISHER CO.
GENERAL FIRE EXTINGUISHER CO.
(Oi'lNNKI.!, AUTOMATIC Hl'ltlNKI.KK)
NEUMAN CLOCK CO.
ROYAL STANDARD TYPEWRITER
AACHEN & MUNICH FIRE INS. CO.
FdltT STItl'I'T. NDAIt MKKCIIANT.
NOT AGREE WITH
Directors erf the Merchants' Anno
elation nron't satisfied with the plnns
for the. tccunstriictloii of the Judiciary
building, mid In some particulars I hoy
disagree llntly with Superintendent ol
Public Works Campbell.
ThU wns brought out nt a meeting
of the Arsoclatlou directum held es
terday nflcnnsin, Tlie point was flrat
Hindu In a rtMsirl from the Committee
on Public Affairs, which found as fol
"Move the Assessor's office on the
first flour to the rooms Intended for
Circuit Court No 1, moving Circuit
Court No, 1 Into rooms oilglnally In
tended for tho Arsesor's olllce. There
by the Asresror's ofTlce would bo on
the Broun. 1 floor Immediately under
the Itccuriler'u olllce, allow Iiib for
Htauilnnl fireproof construction, mak
I'slng the two rooms on the first floor
immediately off tho room marked 'Clr
cult Court No. 1' nnil now marked
'Judge' and Murj' Into n fireproof
room or vault, the walls of which
should bo carried up through the sec
ond Hoor to tho colling thereof, mak
ing like vaults for tho ItcconlcVs of
"We recommend thnt the proor nu
thorltlcs bo urgcntl ieiiicHtcd to
transfer tho Assessor's olllce to tho
rooms originally Intended for tho Cir
cuit Court No. 1 on the first floor nnil
Unit the two rooms on the first floor
marked Miidgo' mid lur' nml n like
spare Immediately above on the sec
ond floor, bo made Into flieproof
looms or aults b) coustrurtlon of n
partition between these rooms and the
innlii room innrl.oit 'Circuit Court No.
1,' and ttunllni; tho rooms nhovn lis,
like manner, or threo l-lncli reinforc
ed concrete walls with 3-Inch air
spaces between, making n total thick
nq.SK of eighteen Inches, also that n 4
lucli fire wall of reinforced concrete
bo built inside of tho main wall of the
building with 3-lncli nlr spaces be
tween them, and that tho window be
of metal nud wlra plate glass. I.ich
window cliouM Imvo three pairs of
sash with us much air spice between
each ns the thickness of the walls will
nllow, end that tho windows ho fin
thcr piovlded with metal shutters;
and that tho doors to these rooms or
vaults be standard vault doors with
dead air space between, nud that the
celling of the second story room or
vault bo of standard flreptoof con
Tho comuiltteo recommended other
changes also to provide against poj
slide lors by Pre, nud favored nt soma
futiiro time tho eeiidlturo of $50,000
more to complete tho building. Arch
itect II Kerr, whoso advlco was
asked ns an export, locommondod In
stallation of vaults In tho i:wa-mutiltii
corner of tho building.
Tho merchants Intend to send cop
ies of tho repoit to Governor Frojr,
Campbell and the Chamber of Com
Whllo In scsjlon tho directors also
dlhcussed tho piopoted extension of
tho coastwise shipping law to provldo
for foreign vessels cnKUKing In pas
neiiKor trade from tho mainland to
Honolulu, letters were read from
Giowo McK. McClellan, representa
tive of tho commercial bodies In
Washington, In which ho mcnllous the
chuiiKo of nttltudo by tlui Clumber of
Coiumerco mid snys thnt It will hn
Impossible to got n favorable report
ou tho bill nt Ibis time. Tho directors
dltciissed tho matter, which Is rapidly
taking on the aspect of a dead Issue,
and Dually the Public Affairs Commit
tee wiis Instructed to confer wllli Del
egate Knlaniaiinolo on tho subject.
The directors ulso illbcu,sod helping
to boom the volcano qbsorvatory work
but will probably not bo able to help
Three more memberships were fu
ornhly acted uikiii, thoso of George C
IJeckley, Hawaii & South Seas Curio
Company, and J. A. It. Vlclru.
Hit lie tin uds .test llusluens lid
Walter V DlllliiKhiini wns rcdectrd'
president of the t'nUrrsll) I'luli lust
night nt the iiiinual inietlng r the
club incinbers nt their hcuiie on Hotel
street .Mr. Dillingham wns lint pres. I
;llt, nnd might h.ivr oppnsul reilee- ,
tlun, ns Ills own Ideas are known to
be ngnlnst second-term oillcirs, but ha
wns given in' ibanee to ulijut nnd his1
successful leadership of the iluli wns
rewarded by reelnthm I
The othir ullliirs eluttd were Chns
It Heinenwny, lie prisldi nt, A XI
Newell, trensuril, ltnhliliix II Audi r-
son, seiretary, and M I Prosser and
Dr. Arthur Hodglns, iiddltlnnal mem
bers of the board of Koiiruer
The club hus tnJoMd a prop mils
ear, nnd little but the diithm of of
ficers and routlni business was taken
up Inst night
FLEET BALL SET
FOR MARCH 0
Saturday, March 'I h, lias been so
lecteil ns tho date for a grand ball
which the men, petty officers ami chicl
potty officers of the I'aqllle I'leet will
give In honor of the towusKoplo !
Iloth pavilions' nt the Young will be
used for dancing the music being fur
nished by the best local sextets, Tho;
Hawaiian Hand will give a pielluiliiary
concert fiom 7 to !i o'clock
Tho affair will he an Invitational
one. Invitations will he mailed eailv
In tho week Dancing will begin
sharp at 'J o'clock and continue to th"
wee smu' hours.
Chief Master at Arms Aruff of Iho
South Dakota, Chief Turret Captain
Day of tho Calllornln. Chief Yeoman
Ilrock of the Glacier. Chief Master lit
Arms Czderuof the West Virginia and
Yeoman Gallon Of the Colorado are
making prellmluar) plans for the af
fair and will ho assisted later on b
I- M. Cheatham will assist In tho
matter of Invitations and afrnuge
tueiits ashnro mid Iioch to luvo .1
bigger nnd better turnout of towns-
IH'opIo than any previous affair of the
Uelng leap jciir, a largo ljuinbcr of
jonng ladles will make up 11 speclil
"Gct-Acipialutad Comtnltteo" anil lictp
to sec that emrvoue pieteut muuts ev
er) 0110 else and has just as m.iuv
dances as he or sho desires.
HERE'S no disputing the
fact that at the present
time there are more men
wearing Ready Tailored
Clothes than ever before.
In "Benjamin Clothes"
the great improvement
in style, fit and finish is particularly
Our Spring and Summer showing fa'r ex
ceeds our best efforts of all past seasons.
Phoenix all Pure Silk. Hose
for Men and Women.
JsA ' I
CORNER FORT AND HOTEL STS.
Lewers & Cooke
177 So. King St.
TO MAiE ROOM
Consldi ruble shifting of the tnnniiKe
now at the port bus followed the 11. cd
for additional space 11 1 the several
Tlie Mat sou freighter Ilyndes was
triinsferri (I from tlie Iltickfeld to tlie
i:a side of tlie Miitson wharf tills
Tlie departure of 'tlie Ilouolul.iu from
the Kwu side of lluckfebl wharf last
evening bus made room for the I'uited
.States naval supply vessel (ll.iebr,
which steamer was brought to Mark
fib! wharf after 11 consultation be
tween Harbormaster Kostir and Ad
1 he si homier Kred J Wood has left
the railway slip mid gone our to th
quarantine wharf for u fumigation
Tbu bark Andrew Wtlili Is to leae
hir Ixrtli at the Wnlklkl side of .Miit
son wharf for 11 berth lit the lluckfchl
or the railway wharf.
The t'nlted Ktutes cruiser Colorado
Is still riding at anchor off the port,
and upon louiphtlou of to.illng of the
cruiser California, that vissil in iy
take the place to be vacated the Hist
of the week by the flagship, now lit
GET FAT 0NS1 A WEEK
Two Students, One Tubercul
ous Prove It.
PllII..li:i.I'IIIA, IM. IVIi. T Dr
Albert I'. JlrulmUir, In n hi tine on
"lhe Nutrition of tile IIimIV dellver-
11I In )ieel Iiistllute today, gave the
prcKirlptlon of limv to live and grow
fat mi SI worth of food a week and
thus get revmge upon duibrs who
boost the price of foodstuffs.
lir Ilruhuktr (It 1 land thnt his
biiiiwhdge was biisol on the practical
pirleiiue of two nun who begun 011
tb dlit as students and havu since
l.i pt It up They lived ou V12 for six
month" and both gained In vv Ight and
Improved In hiiillli Tin men hi pa hi
studhd tb Milm of various foodstuttH
before lllldertlihlllg thilr 1 xpel bill lit
Knowing that the human hodt e
Mllliej. about I'soo hint units 11 day they
seleited tin Ir food act ordlugl) Tly
diet of e.ub was the same I'ollnwIiiK
Is what they ate during the six
2'j dozen inns bul.eil beaut.. ..$ J 27
doi n boici's of 11 pati nt food 2 lu
II cans loiidiused nillK '9
101 pounds ihites ... . 3 D-
u pounds raw peanuts .... Ml
3 fll.irtrt cottonsei d oil j.i
tread, buttir and exlras II Vi
Dr Ilrub.ikir said one of the stiiilinH
was suifi ring from lulu rcnlinls when
be Iickuii tin iliet In six iiinuths bo
bul gaiin'l il pounds The dltt was
ki pt up toi iwo eiirs
r-isritar of the Interior KHIur In
formed I'lesldent Tuft Ihaf Dual adop
tion or the Sherwood dollar-a-d ly pen- '
siou bill as It pasid the House would,
Ini rinse the governmi nfs nuutial pen
sion expi nilituliti ut least t'S.OOO.uOO.
llanntiil bv visions or bis victim,
John IIiiiiv .Martin siirriiidtrtd to the
lliilthuiire pollii-. ibebiiiug he was tha
mill who in ml. rid Willi. 1111 II. M Icicle,
an old .(on ,i pi r In Seventh street.
Washington mi NoveiulKr 17 hist
C.KOItfli: It. CI.AUIC. second deputy
cleric of tho Federal court, has re-
sigueii, lie takes up n position with
the Unreal! of Agriculture and For
estry and starts work there Immediately
MHH. KKI.AII Mi:UItlI.U vvlfii or
the American Consul at Jerusalem,
)eaterday afternoon gave an Interest
ing account, at tho Kllohana' Are
l-e.iguo rooms, of thu Holy City Mis
Merrill spoke with 11 knowledge gained
through years of experience.
m n s
The liens press Issue of Hie Bul
letin's IIM'.' Induslrlal Kdlllun Is on
sale nt iieirstiiiiils nml ut lhe II 11 1 1
1 1 11 nlllce for llfleen cciiIh 11 copy.
We Carry a Full Line of
Domestic and Foreign Wines and
The Best. In
Macfarlane (Sit Co., Ltd.
P.O. Box 488
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