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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THURSDAY, MAR. 7, 1912.
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Drawer of Prlmoy Pile,
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Is as scientifically brewed as any beer in
Your, loyalty must be back of it
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HAWAII GETS A FEW CRUMBS
- SPITE OF DEMOCRATIC ECONOMY
SHINGTON I) C, Feb 23 A
few small stuns of monry for public
liiipiouments In lluvvull aiu being
8i grt gated Despite Democratic ccon
mil) i) ml a goueiul disposition to do
uotliliiK o tl" eve of n lueuliluntlal
campaign, mi ociunlou.il ucorn la
The sum of $J",000 additional for
lit? Improvement of Knliulul bus boi-n
teemed This brings tho total huiu
allowed up to $100,000 The estimate
ciiIUmI for only $7.r,000. i
Illlo Is also given u betterment. The
(inn of $"ii,000 Is allowed for dtedglng
I Imi eiitruiicu to Kulilo Iluy.
fjiorgo .MeK McClclluti, secrctnryto
Dclrgutn Kalunlanaole, Is now u mem
ber of tho United Staffs Supreme
Couit bur He mis admitted to prac
tise before that mart when It recon
vened utter the recent recess
.MiCrniMin (Vlt brutes.
John T MiCrosson lefused to over-
Inritr tilt, fnnt t tin t fitliol iijmiiiIm Wt.rM
bin u on February 22 besides (!eingo
Witnhlngton He eiupbasltd the fuctl
by kMhk u I'.i r t down at Harvey's. I
He ctlebruted Ills llfly-ROentli uunl-'
A Nw Hub Cut Thai A.jtob. Cm Ui With
out Ducoaifort or Lam of That.
Ua hat a New MrtliM tbnt curei Aitbrna,
and wowsut uu to tty it at our Fiitt-ow. o
matter whether your ium, u of luue, iudiIIuk or
rocelit derrlopaieut, nlietlter It U lireneut bi
uciatonal or clirnulc Atliaia( our method l un
absolute cure. .No matter In what climate. )oil
iito, lid matiemliat onr age or occupation, nur
laotnud wUI cettululy ture yuu rliilit la your ua u
u eiirlally want tn tend tt to those ajijiar.
unlly tioiieleki rauvt, v here all (orntt of lntiafr.
ifoiihei, oilutn ineiiaratloua, (uuhi, natent
niiike. ele. hate ulld Wta want to iltow
vveritmo at our own ripenim that fli new
luif. and all thoio tumble !aroi)fciuatoDio and
tor all time.
Hill Iree offer It too Imnorl&Mlo neglect a
tlude day Write now and lmn tho cure at
onre. Send no muucy. simply mall coupoa be
TREE ASTHMA COUPON.
FR0NT1HI ASTHMA CO . Ifcwn Jit
r Niagara aud Uudton bit , Hultalo, N. .
Send Ire trial of jour method tot us..
ctsnry with duo cercmon) and uuiouk
pleaajint surroundings. A niimbei of
the Hawaiian colony here, pemonul
friends of Mr McCrossou, and sev
eral members of Congress ueru among
those ptesetit ut the function
Captain Otell, formerly In charge
of Hawaiian rUer and harbor im
provements. Is now stationed at the
Washington Ilarr.vtks here.
Kan It. It. Illll Wirtoiiliolril.
The bill providing for it Territorial
guarantee of Interest and principal In
constructing the Kona und Kail rail
road seems to bu In dunger of being
chloroformed. It tuts been tucked
away In a pigeonhole of tho House
committee on Territories. The chances
are that It will remain thero until
this Congress expires, without action.
The bill wits passed by the Terri
torial legislature. It Is bused on the
plun made effective In the Philip
pines. It provides for guaranteeing
the tutercst und redemption of bonds
on the railroad when constructed.
Members of the committee on Ter
ritories do not like the bill. It has
been given u little consideration und
throw it aside for a rainy duy.
Tin Palm Cuff Is established In
temporary iuarttr on Hotel strict,
lutwein lit tin 1 and Port streets, next
tn the old Art Tluater, width will tie
Dimpled until the new IiiiIUIIiih to bu
tailed by Brew i r Ac t'n , ut the lorner
n f Union anil Hotel strn-ls, Is com-'
pleltd In the plans of the new build
Ink', arrangements are made foi store
Mi.ice fur the 1'alin C'ufe
The restaurant and Mure llxtures of
the l'aliu have nil been moviil to the
ttmpiirar) location, und another loca
tion has brin si cured fur the bakery,
iilthiniKli ordtrs will be Idled from tho
downtown store us prevlousl)
Word comes from Illlo bj wireless
that, on account of tho serious lll'iess
of his two children, Iror T A. Jui;
gar .li. , sailed direct for tho Coist In
tho Kntorprlbe Tho l'mfessoi has
boon In clinigo of the research vvoik
at Mio oleai o In the tnleiest of sci
ence and vvuh making splendid head
way. Ills homo li) In Huston, Mast,.,
and he will go there direct in answer
to the cablo lie iccetved nsKlng him
to come home. Ilefoio he left ho stat
ed that lie espcclcti to return alalia,
shout Hie middle of tho jear If the
health of his children permitted.
However, theio will bo no let-up In
tho scientific work on account of the
going away of Prnfeesor Jaggar. 1)1.
ITrnest Stanley Shepherd, a momhei
of tho Gcophslnil l.ab iratory of tho
CarucglQ Institute in Washington, bus
been selected to continue tho work.
Tho Doctor has been heie Indole. Ho
acconip titled Professor Pcnet, when
tho latter was plotting Into tho Ma
dame'H secrets. Dictoi Shepherd
then aided Professor I'erret in mens
tiling tho tcmperntiiio of the Volcano.
The Doctor has wiltten to tho olll
cerH of tho local Volcano Itosetrcli
Association announcing ho Is enmlut,
lo Hawaii nccil.upunled by Doctor
1 av tho held of the division, In con
tii.ue such observations and experi
ment , on a moio elahoiate sc.ilo.
It Is tho lutentlo.i of Doctors Day
and Shepheid to spend sovcial months
at and in iiitnl (lie volcino Their In
vestigations wfll b" extended to the
threi prlnclptl mouutalns, Mnu.ia
Ke i, Manna l.o.i ami Hii.ilnlal Doc-
tin Shepheid also epicsses tiio hope
nun uunl iiaw.tii ui u tusu mo niveri
tlgiitlnn of the Institute mny be con
tluuid and expanded to Include tho
volcanoes of tho South Sen Islands.
DR. AKANA'S FUNERAL
WAS LARGELY ATTENDED
The funeial of tho lute Di. ('. T.
Aknna, yesteriln uftornoon, vvna ut
tended by a lurgo concourse of ft lends
who held the deceased In high csteim,
ubout fully inrilages following the
hcaise Iluilal was In the family
plot, Muklkl Cemetery, after Impies
slve services held lit the home of the
lumllv ut JIG KiiKul stieet by Killer
l;. I- Miner of tlio Mormon cliuicli
The Moral tributes fiom relatives und
f I lends were Humorous. The dcieusu!
was a membei of the Chinese ltefurm
U'UKiie und not it few of Its membei s
attended the funeial and acted as
Theru uie things tlutt money can
not buy; but possession of money
does not make them harder to get.
As predicted In the U u 1 1 e 1 1 n last
week the Governor jesterday after
noon announced the appointment of
W. M. OIITnrd us chairman of the
Uoatd of Agriculture und Forestry
under the new arrangement, whereby
It Is separated from tho land ofllce.
The position carries no salary but
plenty of work. Mr. Glffard was Park
Commissioner for it long time and then
In 1U07 succeeded L. A. Thurston ns
chairman of the Hoard of Agriculture
and Forestry, of which he hud been
n member for some time.
The new head bus for some timo
past been In chnrgo of the tight
iigulnst tho Mediterranean fruit lly
und the move mentis that he will have
n aer hand.
Keauhou on the Ways.
Tho Inter-Island steamer Keauhou,
after rcmnliiln; Idle at this imrt for
tho past nix months was hauled onto
the muiiiiQ railway this morning for
tho regulation cleaning and lepnlut
lug. At a. lator ilato the little freight
er may ho placed In commission to
assist In taking care- of tho accumula
tion of sugars ut tho scveial Island
COSTS MORE THAN $100,000
"lOMLECT HAWAII CUSTOMS
WASHINGTON, D. C. Fob. 23. Tho aggregate sum necessnr n col
lect customs revonuos In Hawaii fin tho llscul eat ending June 3a, 1'in,
is estimated at 1I0,7C0. In it letloi to the Houso Committee on Ap r.i
Ivriatlbns the Secretary of the Trensur submitted tho following table.
The ultlieiH of the Unliable I.lfa '
nsi.ur.iiue micieiy nave iiiciut'ii to re-1
'build mi the nhl site of their head-
jiliiurtto-M lit the financial district of'
Collector . .'.
Deputy collector ..,
Kxamlner and gaticcr
Deputy collector and caBhler
Deputy collector and clerk
Stenographer and typewriter
Deputy collector and clerk ,
Deputy collector und tnuiiector ...
Inspector , , . ,
ampler and verifier ,
Night Inspector H
Deputy collector l
Deputy colloctor nntl Inspector 1
McSsong'er , . '. , l
Trcmnn of laborers 1
FOR SALE AT ALL GROCERIES'
i too on
$ i; ooii.oo
L', SOU. 00
1 0.OCO 00
$7,500 TOWING JOB ON A pREDGE
Within Ibo week tho big electric
dredge Turbine will finish Kb present
work on dredging Ihn local harbor en
trance und Its cleaning up or tho navy
slip, and thou will be mndo lendy for
a long vojago back to tho Coast,
The drudge has beeu In operation
hero moro than a year, mostly on the
Pearl Hal bur work, and the owners,
tho Standard American Dredging Cj.
are going to tako It buck for work up
and down tho Pacific Coast. Tho hull
of the groat dredge, was towed hero
by tho tug Hercules und tho machin
ery, biought down by bteamer, In
Mallei) after the hull reached here.
Nnw the whole big machine will bo
lowed hack by tho tug Hercules, says
Capt. i:. 8. Johnson, superintendent
of the company's oeratlons hero
And the Job is worth some $7500, one
of tho biggest lowing Jobs over re
corded heie. It will tike tho Ilei
cules tin co weeks In tow tho dicdgo
up to tho Const ' -
Judge Monsoirnt this morning con
toured Iloger James to thlily days'
Impilsonmcnt, and to pay a Iliiu or
twenty-llvo dollars on it chaise or le
tolvliiB stolen good. (' V Chllllng
worth, appearing fur the defendant,
noted mi appeal.
001DS CAUSE HEADACHE
LXATIVU BUOMO-QUININU, ro,
niovea the cause. Usui tho world ovef
to cure a cold in one ilay. II, W,
OROVS's: signature on cacli box. s'ladi
UI3 MEDIC1NI! CO. Sa'nt Luuia, U 3. J.
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