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STAR:BULLETIN. -."i"-. .... gl - . ... . - - ... - .1. "". ." tJ, .11 . V ta. - i , ? ! J i i i i i i i i i i , I i f I .1 'tVENUE' PRODUCING' CARNIS v v. : the . Mid-Paclflc CarnlTal, Ud, ThU - vl WEEIC . ; r ' . corporation will be fonoed wlta a cap-V 'r; -.V Jtal stock of $20r000, 4iTlded Into 20.-" . ;al baa heretofore been called the i snarea at a par raiue ci i each. : ; nd.:l Parade haa now been merged 1 Thla atockwUl be Issued aa-asaess: ' Into li larger and grander scheme, and ! tote f a all anbscrlptlona ; It ex : will Iroadcn out Into a Carnival Week,? cesa "of $10 or paldup-to the Ji rait; to be known aa the Mid-Pacific Carnl- one'a subscription ahould -they ao .; tal. The erent in years past haa been- 'desire.- Aa the stock proposition is -.t held on the 22nd day cf February, -and . simply an underwriting plan, it Is pro-' has been financed by popular subscrlp- posed that only .a 1Q per cent assess tlon, and the moneys thus collected ex- menr oe maae ai inis.ume on au suo-. pended on features and events which tcrlptlons over $10, and 'It Is spe.clfl- v were only spectacular and were la no' slly agreed that not more than .a: 59 . Some of the Dig Features of Carnival veeK ii way revenue-producing. It In now pro 4 per cent assessment : can be levied; pesed to) place the Mid-Pacific Carnlv-2 during an' one'' yeaftf val on a Seclf -supporting basis In order C . -- yA- -l l..r1:'-yr r-: t c-' l: that the ork and the alms of the an- ; STATISTICS OF THE C0RP0RA-7 ; : . nual event may the better be carried -"".' 'TION."'' ' r.J?'':;' out. Tfc4 'carnival cheme-la txi nrc'r';: X-t '-The director-generara estimate ot 1 1ncomi on thla year's ; features will aggregate 23,000 "and" la to'' be uatheredtroin th following features: ; ln terialand baseball series, .''Mayor, cf TokyCcomie opera at Oahu College 4 rrounds); swimming i meet (imported -'swimmers), water carnival (Hone J . i . i . . i J - a r. . . x- t v & . mi - . . . iuiu : niroor ins crupuon oi runcnoawi;, gr2i nrewcrKs exmoiuon, iei-, urlng the lS lege of Constantinople Wo kiki beach, pyrotechnic display (at baseball. park)lVlapanese lantern' parade, carnival bail -at capitbir Florat Parade, .Mardi Gras " ball 'at Armory, port- able bleachera (seating capacity 3,0C0.) v ' ' ; : of utmost Importance3li;lvti It will hot be obligating . Yout will note that r your subscrlp- - ycurself to any further extent this tlon becomes part of a permanent or-h year by subscribing for $100 wcrth of . ganlzatlonto finances not only -this, ;-iatock.s As it Is the belief "of the c;m- , year VAcarnival, but also those to, fol- y,mlttee that It will be unnecessary to -low, and -the general plan is to- re- . tall in more than 25 per cent the ? .lieve the community, of .the repeated . first. year, you would be. able to sul.' ; ; call for all the money each i year to Ascribe for $200 worth of stock without; ' carry out Us : parade features, . The probably "paying .. out- more than- ycu rself-supporting" plan has therefor ld last year . : v ' been : launched...;--:: -y .' . "-T:- r- ; 1 .--. . ' :THE AD CLUB TO PUT SHOULDER, V- f J- it' -jr sM j- - TO SUPPORT. iT0""2,51 ''rj A Is a business proposition. Lack.. : The, handling of - subscriptions has '-: undoubtedly mean that this will be the "been assigned by the general finance last time that you will' be called upon committee . to: the' Honolulu Ad Club, to elv toward tMa innnoi .von. :s t '-4 U:4;i?ipSPev! c0 assessment will be called for ; ; who -will solicit and collect subscrlp- j j -ji v e -. - . a. v . r . -s - 2 z - - -7-. . I iii7Ton-i .fvoTiQ tA Mo Tiiri. .- j.- i I; ii n ri t ih ann i mm - n?tirp i nir , tmnt inn laniio o totyi n-ra rv rape nr vr rr.oic a raiiu aui ei usemem 01 . our. - -r: capital tUjUUU.- - ; ' v . :;. 'j ; ; . ; 'Jv.J'.'T. r-. TT'-r - v?7 ----- - r ; . - . ,.y-.w .;- ( . - Territory: cni at the same Ume KiVfe : Share9-20.00o of the Dar .value.of ; - lk - .. v-v-nea me iuaace commmee oy ine: iWmca-can mer oe exenangea ior a lhf rpncrl rutlie entertainment and - ii rh. -f -: f-i'i. C .1.??' ESTIMATE r'FOR " . " : ; gxeat a number as possible. Cjf :-s E ailairs or the corporation, out m tnkeh every precaution to rroviie am und fr writing -' Object To place the . annual ;Mld- Estimated Returns$ 23,000. . . -. ? 01 conoiuons. . : . ; - . . oraer to racmtate mattera a rona or against .- the needless expenditure cf i v' ' - 1'acuic carnival on a pennaaeni seu-. ; jc6tuiiaieu, tri nuuis vvv- . ."J tauaejs, ana is arra-ins: 1 PROPOSITION. ' . - supporting. basis. 0 " V: ' As above, It Is estimated that- the "yS flw!,,u;. ing to vote, authorizing the board of to conduct the affairs of the carnival ."' - : - . r.i :-- .. uriicers -to - consist or at - least aciaj ouiiay ior uiis year wiu oe : acu u raia-racauc uamivai corpora- In oruer that the money which wlll-r seven (7) directors, 1 who shall elect., ouo however, the peraanent appara- uicxr uxieieaia. - - ; uon m a thorough and business-like REALL 1 proposition. that the money w d to start the earn be assired, and the director-general,, - - . -V .-.-- .v. - aJMMVW WllllllllUB Ul ; R lUUt" VU , (aiCi UO U f? VTH E 1 9 1 4 C A RN l; director ''general. It Is shown thatnot; : certificate of 'stock In the corporation. VAL;. .;.;v K '-:: ': ncore ihn 5Q t per cent assessment - Each subscriber will have a ; vote In ' . " v - 'trinM .h rnnlrl iirfpr fh most ftn- affairs h FTkrn-att-in h In MONEY Wl LL EE WELL AND SAFELY HANDLED. iThe general finance cocmittee his be required to start-the. carnival may , fcuch officers as they deem best.'"' ': ' vtus, such as - porUble bleachers andfu the carnival la -in RFNFF1T Tn pnPMFn j inrr manner. No obligation will te incur UlCB,' uues UUl Villi - jw-uui: gicoi, wut iuc uccu yi a. owuu .7 :..-c.. ;.-.,---;v?..--A .rti..; i . Management To be conducted In a other features, enable 3. to make plans for certain f ea- thorough, business-like manner. : ment until the 19 14 . carnival is oveT. r -Paciong jana-, guarantee or mncs, in ; :;v turcs, v; Lie a win thercaiter Deccme I'rorits To oe set asiae ior. iinanc-, n is esumaieu mai unuer lafwauus ; - cu, ut utu weawer w .oiuer uuia- revenue producing it Is proposed to leg larger. and better carnivals In the weather conditions GIVERS. red or agreements entered into with- t A . ! H f I 11 - ' I I II 0 ! 11 ": TO It Ions not more than : 25 vorable and unlikely-contingencies, Is M Where k donation of $5Q was made' ,' nance committee. . - -- '- -''-v - v Ji. - r v;:;:- DIRECTOR-GENERAL OF ; : ; GENERAL FINANCE CO - 1 CARNIVAL: V v:'--.':.!'c 'i -U J.. Warren, chairman '.is :"V. : -;-,:. James D. Dougherty. v : SECRETARY: yC r - . George F. Hen shall ;, ATTORNEY:- I'- E. W. SuttonJ v" GENERAL FINANCE COMMITTEE:- 'I mAD CLUB SPECIAL COMMITTEE: I fv PUBLICITY AND ADVERTISING -A-": A. I1 3. Atkinson, chairman'. ;, ,';:"-. -:- COMMITTEE .. ; v T. M. Church; vice-chairman V 1? :Va v .tTJcrman. watkins - .'. - , . r. Thomas Bharu. chairman . N -4 1 ; E.-IL Paris, secretary;::: ifThomas' Sharp;' irer .;..-.? ,,r f-,:,:i-. u a. inurston ; ii. u atrange- ? ) Sherman Xowrey, treasurer James I McLean Richard A. Cooke treasurer -r , p rz J E. E. Mahlum (Kauai) Vorth O. Aikeii (Maui), John P. Haley v v:;.:a;.E..W. P. St. George, .--'.;" " ? '. REMEMBER JANUARY SEVEN REMEMBER JANUARYS SEVEN . ; REMEMBER JANUARY SEVEN ; f REMEMBER JANUARY SEVEN 1,.. The ..t ni "n Et be' r f-;r; .""be r ; I'.-y :!.ccl ' :: e i:::. : :;s tre; ;: a inland t: J ini V l.cw .c t-. .xCbr.r.i:. "c- . t "Ohri. '. chc ' ' -tfnuc'; :. Hi -viist : ' - r to celebrate Christmas ,in; fitting j l&o wen-stocKea Dasjcets : irom . xne style. There was a tree and gifts, i army hall on Nuuanu street, ; Each tnd the proceeds resulting from the many offerings will be devoted to en 1 rrl: -t i re pia: .1 "ri ng the Sunday school library, rrcsraia was divided Into ; two . the first being "Christmas ts" 'and the second "Christ. . : i :th." The . program r opened z '-in followed by a prayer by ::. l.:naer Smith, and. the' first ! l" - rrcram was given ovet td recitations by the .bers of the school. From -lr" ; end, the second 'part ol v was run zoivaii, as.ine .3. There were burlesques tnd the ' whole"" thing . 1 cr.dcJ 'up with a .capture ' of Santa ; Claus 'and 113 nysterlous- release.;? i j Un cr. y.1? directicnof Irs. James . - ! A. Rr th a- i .Miss Laura Tophaml the .: r.b rs c2 the Sunday schoorclass-d;- cf the . Palarna Settlement"; were ..... y; ent:rtalned at' Christmas ex :-'t.!rcises. in ' the big gymnasium.v The : eatur. cf the evening was, of course, . ( the , Us Christmas tree, which- occu--A. i piedi central - location ' and '.which fcr i was'.trcttny : decorated. - - From ' this to-, hundreds cf presents and pound after ' iH ! pound cf candy Were distributed and j the children; romped and made inei - j ry until ;the lateness of v the f nour j called i them to' their homes tana" to I l ed. The- pro jrarj". was - concluded j ..1th ' moving picture show. .,v The1 -'Salvation Army will begin to- it3"1ngthy prcrram;of Christmas .cngftne rcr by distributing basket, will contain ' sufficient:' food stuff to provide a substantial dinner for a family; of six . persons. Mayor J-. J. Fern : presided - over, the ; Christ mas ' exercises, which were -held at the Salvation: Army boine , Manoa, last evening. .- X'.-:- :Xiy. FILIPINO STEALS -WIFE. i-:A Filipino last iSatufdajsthot .'con tent' with -v stealing a compatriot's wife and money, went to the extent JfflilSIiiiffl .. ; - . - .v- i Foodstuffs ? for' a - hun3red-rfamili(P9 of appropriating his children and fur- will, be distributed Tamone the needy niture, all ; .njt I which ' were safely peope. of Palama, - Beretanla .and Ka 6to wed on board . the Klnau.-j : When kaako tcmorrow morning : as 'the Te details of the affair ; reached : Sheriff ; suit-of the Christmas spirit1 of giving III fAs an aftermath -of the ;wild scenes around the headquarters of the United Chinese 'Society on Tuesday, - Decem ber 16, when one faction of the organi sation conductedy an' election behind Rice, Just before the "steamer, sailed, : f which prevailed In the Sunday school i locked doors, barrinz ont another lac- uo yiuiuyvij uavt i fluvw rooms oi . central union cnurcn ' last bag and baggage, hauled ashore. The, night. " Every , year," at -this time thtf tnief is. under - lock and key at - the church f provides. ome -form 'Of;. Yule county resort charged with larceny, tide entertainment - for the v niembera the 150 which he . had - appropriated 0f the Sunday school and -.last niglft having .1 been ,r . recovered. -Garden the children . sathered to witness a Island;. BIBTnS FECIIET At ; 5 Schoffeid : play, and tableau, and to deposit gifts of usefurartlcles atl the-'oot of 'the huge.' Christmas -tree.' jnJ Last : year ' thev cniMrea; received . theim. .- This is a custom which ..has tlon, the first faction, claiming, to be the official United Chinese , Society, today, filed a pec'coii jp. Circuit Judge Ccoper'a court:; seeking an Injunction toy prevent,-; its' enemlea i from .taking full, charge ; of 'the. organization af fairs. . . Following the electioa cf December 16 thesecond faction lobtainedforcl ble possession of the society's head quarters. This crowd. It seems,' Is led by Fcok Tal tee Cnaa, Willie Craw- ypahu: December ,913. fto tain , and Mrs. J.'E. Fechet of the Lv ti ,,. .m .io. w fford, D. U Akwal, Wong How and i a most feasible, one. The stu-U-,, t. wvt,.. t-i,- KEljCand Mrs. - 1 :' 1 . v r-lHT1Utw whon th. Tvarfmrnidrw Ian order from the court ordering these StaraBnlletln gives yon ALIr the news. ovr , tn4 : foot of ; tje , took tno f men- to appeal next Monday morning !-?i:-f' -i-;v:.TO) iV : '.tit : ' ' . ' ' ' n. -i -n ;! ' .-o -;.a.Kt.v x: -f.T - " -. 1 i T A r"X - -. . - i . -. ...... J. Can be used ' almost- enyrcbsre. .. Civet a, soft, subdued light "directed exactly where you want It ha.doubie flxturesv making -it possible for two peo; .; -i,'?'4'.s--.. I W f- 'nf ,.tia la Ma w f j N-"TT7 ;y;8K'f is - '-v . rr$y ? ' rs : p - land lo6 twenty-one ' " - fr"';' V,;,; F?T'" 5SCy it -a. . world' that ah7 latf m lszo t 'lim form of a well-stocked grocery store .Then,: too, '-, there was 1 entertainment James A;. Wilder known f for his. clev ernessat, writing and his prominent junction should not issue. ;: Meantime the Injunction went Into effect" today. - The"; court Instructed affiliation with, the Boy Scouts, had! High' SftriiY William Henry . to - take prepared a little sketch entitled "!W. - charge of .the;society's property;; re M. OS. T.! the translation of .whlfch ; taming possession until the affair: Is proved - to. be "Wharfrat vIotherless j threshed but' in court and the "owner Children of the Square Tabl, The shlp vand Question of control 5 Is 'defl- iajrek wa miwoauug, ic t nueiy fletenninea. . - .. -.--v.. Policeman ... TykeW. Miss ..iiV.v.. . Kid Logan ...James Wilder Ruth Harrington "Xecll Rhode's Eggs. - Cecil Rhodes. used to take a coop of Dorothy .Hooes- a Inez Oibsoninens on board to provide iresn eggs Mission' Lady . .Mrs Alice Hayward Jen Jhis numerous voyages between Cracker -.i .Miss Margaret Smith England and South Africa. y J3ut those ... Among the-several .musical y num-l were three weeks' journeys, and. not 'a bers was carolsinging by a group; of-mere, five-day crossing of the Atlantic, girls, 'from the . Kawaiahao seminary, and selections on the organ by-A. B. Ingalls. - '.-";' A tableau depicting the Vmanger scene, .materially aided by attrivctlve scenic and lighting effects, closed :tbe progAm." Harold Dillingham 'took the part of; Joseph and Miss Alameda Townsend that of Mary. The cherubs were played by Louise Erdman, Mar ion -Forbes and Miriam .'. Mackall. Ther program w::i be repeated Friday evening in the Sunday school rooms, beginning attg Vciock. i. y .; " Boys, Try This. Progressive, Offspring-rPIease, fa ther! Js that whip sterilized ? Llf e. r - v. S'pose So. ' Johnny,"" the- teacher asked, "can you tell - me anything - about Christo pher Columbus?" V . v : "He discovered America." ,y "Yes. : ;What else did he dor . y ; "I s'pose be went home and lectured abdut It."--Chicago Record-Herald. - Hence another prominent South Afri can personage, was asked- why, he did not follow Rhode's' example and pro vide himself . with the luxury , of new laid eggs at" pea, , "Oh, T 'don't "bother to take a coop of fowls on boanS, he replied, "but ,1 tlp the bos'un; who looks after . Rhode's- hens' and I. get Rhode's eggs.".--,. ..- . ' ' ' y v fyy .'y-'fjyyi fmBMymyyymm r 7it -rV r- r When It's -Made a N Fancy ccttumcs to wear to the Elks' Charity .Ball on z -New ..years ;Eve can be rented at i the , rooms, over M. Cookey Ltd. 4y Rental r reasonable. f Star-Bnllftln glres yea AIX the Hews. v Brown's Bronchial Troches, .y.lbe standard remedy. ' ,; for. covfKAi KoarAe ; um aid . throat af ylectioajf. giyiat much . relief ia the diseases ;' of Ihe teats, broncal--.; lis aad asl-.na; " rFf 6m3 Voa i : ' .::wrJY;vV3H;2VAH'i.;:;.l ; g-1 4$ L Nourishing, dood, :.RicnBread ' i is the enly kind thaV can aba irtft i made;- from the;- Floura; C:,f?t k-SCj ; 1-1 an TT7. l ! 1 rJTf V,ci:r.jii.?:.adTs;; S ; . a.--I - ' f jP ; ft.'.-1 w' ' i-::H::-'y;: 1 -i 1 - - ' 1 si'-! - - ,.'': 1 '.- ,---' -'." "'r' 'y r" '"" - ' iBm a . , , . -.- - "Tyy ; - - fs: r-- -. V -- : I .. -,4 J"V'v:;';y:; Phone 1271 &l.&i. L ., " ' T"- ' .;3 :, ..... -f islanrfand malnrahdTtrrkieys'Uve aid i'dr.essed;"-" '-Chicksos, v C s: J;, California and: Eastern Oysiirs and dclicatesssn, Order earfy. -. -- .-y.if-,ry' ! For Rent House t corner cf Vi ,.:r Avenue- ani-Ki.v; f- j; Three bedrooms, servants . 'quarters,-, ' ara;e, --etc. njanuary-.1st; r:CISHO'',TRUST L.'iTZD;''"