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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, MONDAY, JAN. 19, 1914.
Fivn i Suckling Pigs FOR SALE 52 KuKui St. Club Stables Limited Tel 1109. A FULL LINE OF Go-Carts AT Coyne Furniture Co.. Alexander Young Bldg. 1053 U 1059 Bishop St THE von .HAMM-YOUNG CO, LTD., Honolulu v Don't Mist This ; Chance. V CROWN BICYCLES ONLY $30 : HONOLilLlT CYCLERYCO;" , ISO Eolith' King SL ; :. " MONUMENTS and all kinds of , marble work cleaned and repaired by expert workmen at reasonable prices. falt fit. VlMm.maa at . W. C AaTLLL S - AJakea Street : Stationery You're ; Proud to Vrite' On ARLEIGH'S. on Hotel 'Street. Hi Afohg Go;, C ; ; hex's "Frjiiixisnixcs r AXD SHOES ; - ' SURE I'M USING . . GOT IT AT THE GROCER'S. Yee Chan & Co., 'J,; -rl DRY. GOODS AKD ' t BEX'S ITEMSHIXOSa' Corner Klntr and Bethel 18 : Woodworking Operations '; ; possible with the.-.-' v : universal: woodworker ; Honolulu Iron, Works Co ... t . ; A MERlCA N ' DRY GOODS COMPANY Cheapest Prices In Town. M Hotel SL ; ; Near Bethel I . - P. H. BURNETTE Commissioner of Deeds for California anil new OrKi nviniti rUOLIlti .4 &f . . . a, . m v. Mia.. . Draws Martoao.. Dda. BUI f :8ale, Leasee, Willa, etc : Attorney for the District Courts, 78 M ERCH ANT STREET, HONOLULU, Phone .1848. k . ... -. . ' It . WAII lf I. a . aaaaaaa'.' - A ak. .aaaaaaa aa. aa. .&a ir iuu n an . u uvt.H i ist-m MCWtBtDFBft JLSTWhere.Ht Act Tlma. Call en nr write CCaDAKE'S ADVERTISING .A " W I 124 Sansome Street San Francisco New Line of FANCY GROCERIES . Table Fruits and Vegetable. KAIMUKI GROCERY CO. Cor. Wal lae Hoad and Koko Head ATenue. Phone 37301 YEE YI CHAN CHINESE RE8TAURANT Chop Sney and other Chinese dishes serrea at reaaomabie prices. Ill Hotel Street, Near Maunakea Upstairs) Art Pictures HONOLULU PICTURE FRAMING & SUPPLY CO. Bethel St, nr. HoteL Phone 3126 XODAPS SETTS TODAY. Ye Liberty Theater "THE CRIMSON CROSS" THE GREAT THREE REEL TURE FILM. FEAv ou Theater FEATURE FILMS ACCOMPANIED WITH ORCHESTRA TWO SHOWS NIGHTLY. ire THE HOUSE OF GREAT MATINEE AND NIGHTLY PER FOR. ,' . MANGES r YOU - MAKE NO MISTAKE :-.V: - Phone 3022. : " Soda Water Co. Limited. ChaSr E. Frasher, Mgr. Beads In All Colors 1 t : HAWAII -A-SOUTH SEA8 CURIO CO. !J,.T..' Young : Building V .; . .. .... . ......... The Gigantic :er Sale r. Rtm cm fiK TTnt1 tr . M. K. - B E N ; . - . XHrREGAL'' MA-J RINE ENGINE i i The Fisherman's Favorite ?:?-.:"'"' : HENRY E. WALKER, . '. y . Agent" . 1 Bij Emp Theater Motion Pictures blaughi f . y pi jgstv r Box 633?,tl ie8Si inn ono roonin nor more Kawalahao Street- ,nan five years, with the forfeiture to ' ' ' pnoTDCCAPrirj? V iau an(C U KM i for "LILY-OF FRANCE", CORSETS -MERRIL SILK UNOERWEAR MME. ZEAVE Young Hotel Every Kind of TooV For all Trades LEWERS A COOKE, LTD. DTAtUBULLXTDI tilYES XOH Tflii aT' wk w Ton a t. Sis GRONNA SILL IS EXPLAINED Ai TEXT IS GIVEN Anti-Saloon League Agent Shows That No Discrimina tion Against Poor Is Carried An explanation of the Gronna bill, row pending in Congress, which pro hibits the selling of intoxicants in Hawaii, together with the text of the bill, is given in a statement issued Saturday by George V. Paty, local agent or the Anti-Saloon League of Hawaii. Mr. Paty said: "The original Gronna bill was In ftroduced in the senate April 29, 1912, by Senator Gronna of .North Dakota That the conditions of this bill which may at no distant date become a law in this territory are not understock is evident by the many questions ask ed me about it. "'Can't I get a drink?' "Certainly. Order it from Califor nia, Germany. Prance or any other r!ace; but don't order more than you want for your wn consumption and those who may be your guests In your own home, for you are not allowed to give It to the general pub lic Some say this gives a rich man a chance to buy, but not the poor man. If a man's can't afford to buy a case of whisky or a barrel of beer from the coast he certainly can't afford to tper.l hi3 money for drink in the sa loon. Don't try to order It for others, ror if you do It will be confiscated. - "The agency established by the Gronna bill provides for all the needs of the community In the medical line. "Read this bill carefully and don't believe all you hear about it by Its enemies. . "These, facts are published not that we expect this law to become effect ive thi3 month or next but in order that the general public may be prop erly informed on this subject" The bill is as follows: "A 'bill to prohibit selling of intoxi cating beverages in the territory of IlawalL "Be it enacto.l by the senate and house of representatives of the Unit cd States of America in Congress as sembled:": - 'TThat any person, except; . agents hereinafter specified, who shall, man ufacture or sell, directly or Indirect ly,' or expose for sale, or. advertise as for sale In said territory any spiritu ous vinous, malt or fermented liquors, or any intoxicating beverages of any kind whatsoever,, or shall knowingly allow ; such manufacture - or -sale In shop, hotels restaurant, .drug store, building or premises which he owns or controls, 'or fetoll' give away any! intoxicating onnKs except to bona : fide guests of his own . prlTate real lence, and where such residence shall rnot oe a pnDue, resort, scan oe pun- Ished by .a fine not exceeding' five hundred dollars and imprisonment for the territory of all 'liquors and v bar- loom fixtures and furniture found on the premisesJhe goyernor Is here- oy , directed to enrorce the provisions of this sectionand it shall be the duty of district attorneys and of all execu tive officers to prosecute the viola tions of this act . "Section 2. That for a second or subsequent conviction the .fine and imprisonment shall be double that of the preceding conviction, and In case of a landlord, the third offense in the same building shall be punished in addition to forfeiture of the building to the territory. 1 "Section 3. That an agency for the sale of alcohol for mc'llcinal purposes shall be established by the governor of the. territory, in Honolulu and such other towns as he may designate, un der such rules ss he may make, in charge of agents he shall appoint, who shall give adequate bonds to sell only on prescription of a licensed physi cian, such prescription to be filled, but once, and to keep accurate register of every sale, showing the purchaser and the amount sold, which register shall be open to public inspection. "Section 4: That all other laws in conflict with the provisions of this set are hereby repealed. "Section 5: That this act shall! take effect three months after its en actment." The Inter-Island steamer Maul has been placed the berth to take cargo for Mahukona and Kawalhae. LIVELYFIGHT ON BUILDING LAW IN HILQ fPplal Star-BulMin Cormaponden HILO. Jan. 16 -Although consider.; lation of the amendments of the build ing ordinance took up almost twn days of the tin:e of tK. siperviso.s at their last meeting, t!i- matter never progressed further than 3voi.' read-J ing and action was tnn deferred un-' til a future scssi i. I The supervii,ri called a public meeting in ord-r to hear tho bj-ec- tions to the crJ'n-ii. in its piesu-nt form and a ii'.r.')"r of HjW i .en n'ere present to U'jMil rr condemn ilie county act. Aiho.i.; tUo.se who were ?nterested i.'a subj;-t an I wi.tj present werr. Captain Li:vel, II. H. Mariner, A. Lindsay, George Day, G. H. Vicars. R 1 Un ! ihn lu.hixn Lerg. N. C. W.Mfjns Jo!, a co!t and R. F.Nicho.i. i Mariner p-H'-iaT!-! m ;:un which 'OflHa a a frit! i-Vi- "I move thar IMstrit-t 2 L. emended to Include one hundred (100) feet cn the Puna gi',v of Kin strcit fn.m Pitman to within .-. hundnH iK0) Jeet of nrido str-et; thence In a southeaster!) M-vriHv and pialiel to tho cente.- lin of JlrHgo ntre.t tc a point in the ceutir.liiio tf Jtif-hnr J son street exf-nsi)n, thence m.ikii to the center )f Brid.- street." Day oppoi:d tho motkiu- .m tho grounds that the mattki tide of I'j'Uge was a resideace section aud h- dit not believe anyone wa:i.-d to have to buDJ a corrugated Iron home. He declared: "I don't think That the time has come wha this part cf the city should be requhcJ to comply with lestrictions imnose in the business section. The building ordinance isj The central Maui ministers met yes alright the way It stands,' he eon- terday at the Paia Hawaiian church. eluded. Mariner coni.'t.tiet! that in rase a bouse should ia destroyed by fire on Bridge street it wouM be profitable for the owner to construct a business structure, rathe than, a residence. John Kal corrob ratei this by stating that he knew some of the residents in that district were contemplating the erection of business houses. ' Wlllfong was one of those who be- dies of the church at one of the 'res Heved that the ordinance was al- taurants. right in its present form. He said I . there was no need for a change. J The Women's Aid Society met on Scott had a number of changes he Thursday with Miss L. Merrlam at wanted made. He is interested la the the Alexander House. The meeting construction of the Spreckels' build- wag a musical one in charge of Mrs. Ing aul wanted an 'interpretation as Carrie Weight, who sang a solo, and to what constituted a roof. Buildir? Misses Keola and Hoffmann played a Inspector Vannatta holds that a roof piano duet Afterwards a contest was la not only the covering but also the ceif tne object of which was to name rafter and all supporting timbers, correctly the selections played on the South worth has an opposite view. piano. Refreshments closed the pleas ; Following some discussion a motion ant afternoon's program, was made to makesothe ordinance i rea4;rcove KlTi .!FlTi?arS the expenditure of several, thousand moro Oollars by the Spreckels people .fo0 fA bundlasther investment was the limit on which a. return ceuld be secured. , After the first Scott .motion lof if I amenameuv uau ueeu kicu uwuiutjj .Uon!b, te Supeniwr; he had stiU changed so wood could be used for, another. lie wanted tne ordinance porch -and, awning supports. John' i of This excited the. wrath cf Bohnenberg and he demanded Scott as to how he knew what the ex trerae limit of the cost of the Spreck els' building would be. Scott ans wered only that he knew. SANTO ANTONIO SOCIETY PAYS LARGE SUM IN BENEFITSDURING 1913 The annual report of the Santo Antonio Society shows that during the year 1913 benefits to the amount of $69,249.85 were paid out by that organization. This amount included maintenance of members In hosnit-. als, including surgical operations m x aakV AaTa A ano an sic oenenis, x.ziz.ua; pen- sions to invalided members, S698S.80; funeral benefits, $630; to wld- utes. ows of members deceased during Ask your pharmacist to show you the year, $3679.50; to widows of de- the formula plainly printed on these ceased members, $38,729.50. Beceipts fifty-cent cases of Pane's Diapepsin, from all sources for the year amount- then you will understand why dyspep ed to $81,152.92. ' I tic trouble of all kinds must go, and Following are the officers who were installed last Friday evening:." stomachs or indigestion in five min M. C. Pacheco, president: J. C. Gril- utes. Tape's Diapepsin" is harmless, ho, vice-president; M. R. Pereira, tastes like candy, though each dose secretary; M. R, Bisho, treasurer; will digest and prepare for assimila members of the supreme board, A. P. : tion into the blood all the food you Rego, J. C. Cabral., Jr., and M.'Vas-'eat; besides, It makes you go to the consellos: board of directors, J. Cae- table with a . healthy appetite; hut tano, J. F. Splnola, F. Tevas, A. Ornel-' what will please you most is that you las and M. J. Pereira; audiUng com-! will feel that your stomach and lntes ralttee: H. Pereira; officers of di- tines are. clean and fresh, and you will rectors, J. Caetano, chairman, and J. not need to resort to laxatives or liver F. Spinola, secretary. Ipilla for biliousness or constipation. m This city wui nave many - rape s PERMANENCE AND l"ffJSTE2 DOirUTO niccaoc 0411 them, but you will be eathuslas bnlbnlo UlotAbb tic about, this splendid stomach, pre We have been askeT it the rQveriea . paratlon. too, If you ever, take it for in Bright's Disease made' by Fulton's Indigestion, gases. ' heartburn sour Renal Compound are permanent Many ness, dyspepsia or any stomach mis cases have established permanence. ery. . ; ;-'--'A v. r -'--'ff'r-i ! For instance in the case of R. M. Get some now, this minute, and rid Wood, Editor of the Wine" and Spirit yourself of stomach trouble, and - In Review of San Francisco, Cat: -It was digestion in five minutes.- advertise-; twelve years ago that "the most noted. ment';'';'- V: V;: -'. -iv'; ; analyslst in San Francisco-. establish-' iwm"-i ' ' editor's physician told him that medi-! cine would not avail mm ana aavisea him to go to Santa Barbara. : He dropped from 225 to " less than 190 pounds in a short while; On his re turn he was nut on Fulton's . Renal Oimnnnnil and nnt on It mad m. reenvi' recov-' snce of fl that he; r.inz.U ery but the reality and permanence it may be judged from the fact that If you have Brieht's Disease do you I not owe it to yourself and family to I and. : family tot f r---ompound before f S,-Ciirjt Ac m wrttftohnOvt 'W:K ls iry jruuon s ; uenai uomppnna giving up-, v;.!; :" Ask for pamphlet on Fulton Co San Francisco. ; adver tisement ' i - - S ' .- : co i mm. PLJMNG CIVIC CONVENTION, 1 Q 1 4 I 'norHnn IchnH nflflrmm "ciciiimicu iu Make uatnenng a big Suc cess Wailuku Notes (Special Ptar-Rullftin Comspon1enot WAILUKU. Maui. Jan. 16 On Wednesday afternoon of this week the j special committee appointed at the last Chamber of Commerce session,! . it . rati to aiscuss ways ana means fori . 1 f. . a a .a 1 ine civic conveniion to oe neid on Maui thia year. The full committee was present. After being called to gether by P. F. Ilaldwin, the members discussel informally the whole affair. It was at last decided to hold the big Maui convention July 4tb to 6th inclu sive. The full list of officers and com mittees is as follows: i P. P. Baldwin, chairman: H. n. Pen . hallow, vice-chairman: H. W. Rice, tT, adsworth. J. J. Walsh and E. R. Bevins were appointed a committee to make ene arrangements for the convention, draw up a program and t an . lier,nPieni ol De y1 itors. m. earDy wa3 appointed a committee of one to reserve accom-! moda tions. H. B. Penhallow, R. A.' Wadsworth and E. R. Bevins were ap pointed a committee for a "get-to-t gether" dinner, which is slated for, eD- oia- n- vv- Klce was IIWWM lo a Ppoint his finance committee to raise tne wherewithal for the big affair. wam ui n ner uererminauon to malce tne 1314 clv,c convention a success. f 'Several of those present gave out- lines of the chapters in I Corinthians.' Rev. A. Craig Bowdish delivered the first In a series of lectures on the "History of the Early Church." Rev.' U B. Dodge read a paper upon the "Relation of First ai Second Corin-- thians," and spoke' particularly of the; meaning and divisions cf the second book. Lunch was served by the la- Pa teacfier of - Enla - - litermtasr in the San Jose, . r, Dvum ,, .&J2n old friend of hers. Miss Payne Is on. " " '." . 3Xrir.i ,Y'" BAOU "v "" . :-. . - ' Rer. J. C. Cannon, classmate in . t ... .0f JV,nS,dS A K'TS: Kingsbury far a few days. Bishop Libert of Honolulu will ar-j rive on Maui h0-J confirmation . C Anthnn1. rhurfh fin classes at thj I.. .la luuuj a ay. " " Feb. 25th IF MEALS HIT BACK AND STOMACH SOURS 44 rape's Dlaptpsin" ends Indigestion, Gas Dyspepsia and Siomaeh Mis ery In fire minutes If what you Just ate Is souring on your stomach or lies like a lump of lead, refusing to digest, or. you belch as and eructate sour, undigested f ood. or have a feeling of dizziness. heartburn, fullness, nausea, had taste, 1 - - aa Jt mm 4 AVM aU 1 AAi4l) AllA Va1ft in moum auu piumovu uwu, j can get blessed relief In five min- why they relieve sour, out-of-order O000 fe iH -.r . v.; ..'.i afcaaaaaiaaaaa ', :. 11X3-11 il Fort Street U-ncIsla's Largest Exclusive AecosaU JjnftzL-H- anI 2Iontllj ajrreats. rvV' WE ARE WILLING TO TAKE THE TIME TO SHOW YOU The Automobile v : - and Carriage Wasfeer This is a contrivance for holding the sponge, which attaches to your water hose, affording a continuous supply of dean water. Price Complete with Sponge $2.50 Benson, Smith & Go,, litd; The Rexatl Store FORMS FOR CERTIFICATES required under the Federal Income ' Tax law have been printed by the Honolulu Star Bulletin, Ltd. Send yotu: orders to either The Alakea St or Merchant St. office S i 1 k and Gbttori C re pe ; 1180-1184 Fort Street ( V- TO. AND FROM ALL , 7 V : ' I "'aa.- ak m taaMWv V;,Mfa4Jk..V 4a.aat Best Equipment In the city for J V" ' ' MaWaMMaMaIM ' - .- aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa, Oppoxlta Lewers I f AIL CUT 3 C? K0CS XXD KA!TD CQ3CZZTZ YZZZ. 'V:r::.' ..v-x,.ri2STyC01) 1211) COAL, ' ti CTJTTTI cmrrrrr. --- -- - 7 v: o. xox v.s Fort and Hotel Streets More goods r are are SOld ; well when stcres , .llflhted.":,. -' " :.. Stores, art well Jightsd rwhi in ''equipped Wlth'-V;?! VKTINGH0U5E T.IAZ0A mm 1 I W E STI N G H 0 U S E ' M AZ. DA LAMPS are sold by Eleclrlc Co f Ltd. yy -v. .. , -;And their Telephone : "O ;'; Number la 3431 V ; " BAZAAR kv'yy. Opp. Catholic Church v- i- i 1 LINES OF-TRAVEl. -; , . V" '1' t this Line ef Work.. & Cooke.