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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, VMOXPAY, MAKCn 10, 1914.
SEVEN izect Eflilk'-i: FOR BABIES r . ; It prepared solely by J' ' ' " Honolulu Dairymen's . Association i ' . ',.-:,,' j " .-- Phone 1542. YOUR FILING CABINET AND YOUR BUSINESS SHOULD CROW TOGETHER. B(JY 99 SECTIONAL CABINETS V AS YOU NEED THEMV K '."'' "V". . ' Hawaiian fav.s Co.,' . ' - Limited- , In. the Young Building. XIII Am::iccnU:r!:n 1 . - on exhibition K0T READY FOIi DIL1YEBT" G:o. C. C:cia:y, i rbone tCO Sole Distributor INVENTORY S A L E Record-Creaking Prices '; YatLoyCiC' 12-16 King St.. Near Nuuanu St ! i ! V City Dry Goods Co. ion 1013 Nuuanu St Successors to . SING FAT CO. NEW LINE OF DRESS GOODS JUST ARRIVED. - - : Jams, Jellies, Preserves, Pineapples, Wee, Coffee, shipped anywhere. . HENRY MAT 4 CO, LTIU Groerrs. ,:' , : Fort Street PACIFIC ENGINEERING COMPANY, LTD. Consnllinp, Designing and Coi structlng Engineers. Bridges, Buildings, Concrete Struc tnres. Steel Structures, Sanitary Sys tems, Reports and Estimates on Pro JK't8., Phono 1045. "-- : ' v The Gigantic Slaughter Sale I 8U11 on at 152 Hotel Street M. R. B E N N No Iron-rust on work done at the ; FR E H C H LA UN DRY - - Phone 1491. HAWAIIAN PICTURES,' STA TIONERY, PICTURE FRAM. INC. OFFICE supplies: 1 V Steril k " . J It """" - "v ' . . - : A , j U) YE ARTS AND CRAFT8 SHOP 1122 Fort St Tor core than a i quarter of a con- j tnry SHAC has fcoon tho.favorito remedy for hoadacho ana. i nonrolcia. Tact olo s D-Cortaia 12 dosos-25 cents Ao your ararisl for SH&C ! THE von HAMM-YOUNG CO, . i.TD Honoiutu. v New Style fn H A T 8 PANAMAAND CLOTH At Mainland Price. r FLKDHOOA CO. ' Hotel St, cor. Bijou Lane. ; ME FOR A SQUARE MEAL AND v , CHOP (SUEY DINNER AT .1 .... ; Hot7 York Cafo No. 10 N. Hotel St, nr. Nuuanu , ; 8. Kelllnol, Mgr.; Tfl. 479S JLgenti for " Flyin Mcrkel ' iind t P Lcze, ted lotor Supplier ; CUy riotor Co. Skined ,liechsnics fo? n, Repitlr Work. ..'..;!? '':-v r.v--,: PabJ nr. Fort Et TeL 2081 cr " i " ' ' . P. H. BURNETTE ; Commissioner of Deed for California and New York: NOTARY PUBLIC; Draw Mortgage, Deeds, BUI of Sale, Leases, Wills, etc Attorney for the District Courts, 79 MERCHANT STREET, HONOLULU, Phone 1846. IF YOU WISH TO ADVERTISE IN ; ; , NEWSPAPERS ; Anywhere, ftt Any Time, Call on or - Write "v-" : ? E. C DAKE'S ADVERTISING A G E N C Y 124 Sansome Street San Francisco -.. " FANCY GROCERIES i T&Die muts ana vegeutiea.' yj KAIMUKI GROCERY CO. ; Cor. WaJ se Road and Koto Head ATenne, Phone S730 YEE YI CHAN CHINES E R E ST A U R A N T Chop Suey and other Chinese dishes served at rcasoanhle prices, ; V119 Hotel Street, Near Maunakea ; (upstairs) v : HONOLULU PICTURE FRAMING d . ' SUPPLY CO. Bethel St., nr. Hotel. Phone 3126 MILLINERY Latest Sayles In Ladle and Gentle- men's HATS. K. UYEDA Nuuanu. bet' Kin? and Hotel Streets. PI.ATIH Gold, Silver, Nickel and Copper Plat Ing. Oxidizing a Specialty. HONOLULU ELECTRIC CO. Rates Moderste, Work Unsurpassed, Experienced Men. . v ' Cor. Bishop and King Sta. Easter Novelties in Wonderfully beautiful assortment Wail, Nichols Co. King St Near Fort M. E. SILVA; The Leading UNDERTAKER & EMBALMER Cor. Kubui and Nuuanu Sta. j Tel 1173 night call 2514 or 21C0 Art Pictures SCHOOL EXPENSE FOR 19 1 4 HIGHER THAN LAST YEAR Estimates ' for public , school prnses for the present year are $141. 179 greater than for last year, accord ing to figures in tbe hands of Terri torial Treasurer Conkling. As re torted in Saturday's Star-Bulletin, the sugar plantation interests in tneir re-j ex tresecuiiions w ue lax equauisuou anniversary oi in e arrival in Honolulu board, objected to so much money be- 0f Reverend Mother Mary Lawrence, ing used for : educational purposes sister superior of convent of the Sa when economic conditions In the ter- cred Hearts, Fort street, the pupils of ritory are such that all other depart- the convent at 1 o'clock this after ments of the government are obliged noon entertained several hundred per to shorten sail ' on expenses for the gong -with a musical and literary pro coming year. ; - l gram. ' --" . - The school budget for this year Following is the program: urrounts to $911,346. that for last! Overture. Huntsman's Luck (J. year being s0,167. Of these amounts. Low); piano. Misses Z. Duvauchelle, $112,000 or $113,000 Is derived from m. Rasmussen, J. Hopkins and R, the 12 per head of the $3 poll tax Louis. :." ' j which by law goes into' the school? a Strike (adapted) Characters: fund. Almost all of the increased rev- Marguerite, the leader. Miss T. Olds; cnue for this year will go toward new Mis Lucy, the teacher, R. Louis; Ma chool buildings, and goes directly to dam de Potter, a Belgian lady, E. Cam- tlie counties which have the respon- pos; school children C. Murty, A. Du- sfbllity of constructing and maintain- frg school property.; : Following are the amounts which the different counUes will receive this! year for school buildings from the reak and personal property Uxes, based On the assessments ceclded up- on by the tax equalization board last 1 II.. i .V ' uc ,..5u-,.u..-iuiS:wuiw last year: 1914. ........ v.. $63,175 ......;...u 36j05O Oahu Maui Hawaii Kauai 69,427 10,050 $186,702 Increase The fund for tearhera claries and' expe.SPofeS iSar SL0?e tW. yearB' m" M f0,- .. . 1914. 1913. Oahu . : . . . .S307.7KO ' 684 Maui .............. 110.340 A 120,120 Hawall ............ 129,607 130,373 Kaual ............ 63,917 66,490 : y ' . v : ' $CT1,644 $606,667 Increase $4,977 PLEBISCITE ADVISED FOR BOND. ISSUE BY : SUPERVISORIAL BOARD'panSLeeT " ISpecIal Star-Bulletin Correspondence J WAILUKU. Maul. March 13: At the meeting of the Board of Super'vis- riAi rnmmitL annoit Trriov ifn tha advlTab tr orthe caSln2 or a eblscUe inade rewrf KfiS0 "e .i!1. rASr TamBTnrrnVwa as follows-1" " " , , Mooneyru. unKrantrMTBrissr ;j To the Honorable Board of Supervis- ' ' Address, Mis .Mooney y a : ors, County of Maul. Territory of Chorus .Greeting (Mendelssohn), Hawaii . j St. Phllomena. Act I. . Gentlemen : ' have the honor to' DuetUno Comeque, Tis the Cat U. inform your honorable body that your e R.uai V ?r?mo Q 0 ; committee appointed to Investigate, Gr!?aS' mif s , and advise -with you relative to the t, Philomena. Act 11. proposed . issue of county - bonds fori olo, Grand Valse Caprice public improvements, consisting : of lEilgle,mann)' M,f? T' Bftters. Messrs. Ayers, H: A. Baldwin, Brune, tM?"r0l?1?v' A11' T?. J' , Collins, Howell, Kahookele, Ltifkln Dnl1 l Shower (Maude M. Jack and Raymond, together with the mem- ? Accompanist, Miss E. Serrao. ber of yonr own bodr. has given theK St Philomena.; .Act III; Scene II., matter very careful and thorough con - Piano solo. Polka de la Relne, Op. sideration in four meetings, which 95 Raff. Miss E. McCandless. were well attended,,- It has invited! st- Philomena.' Act III. Scene III. and received the views of various oth- A Jubilee Tribute, er Interested ciUzen3 of -the county' Chorus, How Beautiful Thy Taber and has examined into conditions on naclcs (Maunder), the ground either as a body or through Hawaii Ponol, ; Star-Spangled Ban-sub-commlttees." ; . . ' . ner-: - ' At s its final meeting held yesterday St Philomena. ; A sacred drama in at the office of the Board of Super three acts. visors the following motion was made1 Dramatis Persohae Tertullius.- a by Dr. J; H. Raymond, seconded by. H. A. Baldwin and carried, unanimous-' lythat after a thorough investigation his trusted friend, E. Arnemann Dio Into conditions, this committee rec- cletian, emperor of Rome, J. Betters, commends to the Board of Supervis- Maxlmian, prefect of Rome, F. CHn- ors that it issue a proclamiation call- jn? for a nipMaft and tv onrh nth. er necessary steps as may be provided by-law fcr an issue of county bonds . .1 . . . t . for the purpose of constructing a res- ervoir at or near Olinda for the Ma- kawao water works and for such, oth- er permanent public improvements as the said Board of Supervisors may deem wise and proper. Respectfully,; ;.."; ; H..HOWEIX, " Secretary. Wailuka, March 12, 1914. MOTHER! IS CHILD'S STOMACH SOUR, SICK? If tongue Is coated or If cross, fercr-'last Ish, constipated, glTC t alifor- nla Sjrup of FIjts. Don't scold your fretful, peevish cnild.- Uee if tongue, s coated; this) is a sum sign Its little stomach, liver , and bowelL are clogged with sour waste. When listless paie, fcrerish, full of cold, breath bad, throat sore, Ioesnt;wno was drowned, Puulono, ventured eat sleep or act naturally, has stom- ach-ache, indigestion, diarrhoea, give J a teaspoonful of "California Syrup of Mgs," and in a few hours all he foul waste, the sour bile and fermenting , food passes out of the bowels, and you nave a well and playful child again. Children love this Harmless "fruit lax ative," and mothers can rest easy af ter giving it because it never fails to make their little "Insides" clean and sweet Keep it handy. Mothpr! A little giv en today saves a sica child tomorrow, but get the genuine. Ask your drug gist for a 50-cent bottle of "California Syrup of Figs," which has directions for tables, children of all ages and for grown-ups plainly on the bottle. Re member, there are counterfeits, sold here, so surely look, and see that yours is made by the "California Fig Syrup Company." Hand back with contempt any other Og syrup. advertisement SISTER SUPERIOR GOLDi JUBILEE :; l - - . . ' - p. ; Convent Pupils Give Concert This Afternoon, Followed by Program on Thursday n celebration of the golden Jubilee vauchelle, A. Showalters, E. Seabury, c. Nascimento, S. Stephens, B. Covell and H. Louis. . - Piano'solo The "Bohemian Girl," (E. Dorn), Miss V. Chung Hoon. 0ne Hour of Libertyan operetta in nn art. The bcptip tvpa nian in 1739 at tne Castle of Revensburg. un- . " " " ' ' der the reign of Prince Charles Albert Qf Havana, cnaracters Princess Wil Ihelmina. . danehter of Prince f!hftrlfa ti- RAft Albert MIs Chalmers; the Baron o'aaa es8 of FuhlDrK tutoress. A. ; Silva; nYVA Fridollne, a gardener'8 daughter, H. 22a CroweI1 i Lisbeth, a sergeant's daugh o,0Q0 ter m. Rasmussen. . - - ... -J ' Vocal Solo "Voices of the Wood" 4:,i'9n,.(L Rubinstein), Miss M. Silva, "" " uu fiu, uM Song-Six Merry Sisters" (R. Hal- I Rev).. ii . The Hatchet Storv'- Characters Mr. Maxwell, Miss A. Silva; Mrs. Mar- Un Camberwell, D. Chalmers ; Clar- ence Lionel, Fitsalbert and M;. Cam- berwell, T. Olds; James, a servant, N. " Air de Balleh de Prome'the'e" (Beethoven). Violin, Miss - Elizabeth Lee ; piano, Miss Mary Lee. , -Little Girls' Song, accompanist Miss It Louis.'- , y v -.. ':S:::':V Fan Drill, by twelve ; girls. Accom The Star-Spangled Banner. On Thursday evening, beginning at; 7:30 o'clock, the students of the Sa-1 honor ; the occasion by giving the fol- lowing program in the assembly hall of the Institution: , -Overture, March (Werkerlln). Miss- ?? A.,Wint;mSerraSearle. Grecian prince, K. Wright. Philome na, his daughter, A. Lindsey. Publius, ton. Nobillus, captain of the Roman armv. o franco. Claudius, a Roman 'messenger, L: Honan. Demetrius, an officer of rank, J. Wright Marcellaf . Tt - T If. AUn and Romana, Christians, L Machado and L Searle. Paulo and Servus.j Tertullius' servants, P. Hall and A.jhe had reached the convulsion stage, Winston. Dellius, a Roman page, E. In making one of the tests, after boll- O'Shea. The Blessed Virgin, A. the. Angels, soldiers and archers. w HAWAIIAN SWEPT TO HIS DEATH Special Star-Bulletin Correspondence HILO, March 13. Helpless to ren- "i; drowned by a big wave on the coast I the other side of Hakalau a week ago Thursday. One of them did go to I the aid of the drowning man, but so I heavy was the wash of the great jwavea u Don the coast that before he managed to regain the shore his friends thought that he too would be carried to his death. The four men had gone to the sea coast to gather bpihis when the one to a spot which was being reached occasionally by the waves. Almost without warning, shortly after, a big breaker came in and pulled him into the sea. - He knew how to swim, but on account of the little resistance made by him it is believed that he was stunned when washed from the rocks. The men are employed on the Brown read contract The drowned man was about 25 years of age and his parent3 live cn (he John Maguire ranch in Kona. For Infants and Children. , Dis Kind Yea Hats Atoajs Bcsght Bears the lgiatuia of CASTOR ABSENT 0VP3ERS TvOTHILO ASSET, SMS SENATOR ISpcUI Stsr-Bulltln Correspondence HILO. Mar. 13. Absentee landlord Ism and Its effect upon Hawaii were fearlessly attacked In the address of Senator Delbert Metzger 'Udnesday evening at the Episcopal church, which was the Tourth of a series that are being delivered by prominent lo cal men during: Lent ; An interesting part was his proposal that the public domains be cut up into farms from 20 to 60 acres In area for agricultur ists and from 60 to 200 arres for Stock raisers. : The senator also dis cussed the island school question and advised the education of youths dlong agricultural lines. No. 4 A Eastman Folding Kodak 4 x6 14, cost $35.00 ; for quick sale al $20.00. Film-plate - Premo ' Camera. 3x54, fitted with Voightlander Anastig- n 41 1 A i Y t fa VtAXaf AAA t lAltlt . .tuo, u, Lua ing all accessories $65.00; for quick '- sale at $50.00. 5x7 Graflex Style Camera, focal plane shutter fitted with Zelss-Tessar ;lens, 6x8, series 1C; cost:$200; for quick sale at $130.00. j No. 1A Folding Pocket Camera, 2VaX 44 ; new; this cost $12.00; for quick sale at $7.00. . , , No. 2 Bullseye Eastman Kodak, 3x 3H; In perfect condition;. tost $8.00; ior quicK saie ai o.uu. . , -. . . . i Brand New Photex f Camera, 4x5,' takes plates or films, flUed with " rapid convertible lens, long bel lows 1 extension for telephoto work, copying, etc Complete outfit goes i with this; cost $38.00; for quick sale at $13.00. Prenioettp. . camera; 2x4; film pack. Cost $8.00; for quick sale at $4. ' THE KODAGRAPII SHOP Corner Hotel and Union Streets, advertisement. H0N0KAA HOMESTEADERS CANT BE ASSISTED BY PLANTATION, IS RULING Manager aicrtlson of the Honokaa Sugar -Oo. has received a letter from the wmmissionei of.public lands, J. , H. Turir. static that the plantation is strictly prohibited from assisting recently took up J thenew-. honresteads In HonoliaaV in any manner ? whatsoever to cultivate their lands. That belnsj the "case the outiook; is pretty dark for the poor un fortunate person that has got stung. Kukuihaele and Honokaa planta tions were both hurt by the dry weath er r last year, both - the j Hamakua ditch e3 running' almost dry at times, the upper ditch having no water for! days at a time. Manager Morrison re ports that the consolidation of the two mills has worked for economy, and it is one of the; main things that is counted on if possible to keep these plantations afloat under free sugar. He nokaa's crop was rising of 10,000, and is estimated at 8,000 this year. Pacific was 5,807, and will be 6,500 in 1914. Kohala Midget ;v CONVULSIONS AND BRIGHTS DISEASE . -- -r" - - An established recovery in chronic Brlghfs Disease with albumen, drop- ay, retinitis and convulsions should Interest physicians. G. W. Klrkpatrick of the Globe MHI- In ir Pimnan, ' lift 1 .1 cru n o C O.. oau i Francisco, was In bed heiieved tn be at the point of death for nearly nine weeks. Dr. Proctor told his wife he Tinkle A. i. . i . rVX. was liable to die at any moment There was dropsy and the eye symptom and CAMERA BARGAINS Be-'Ing Dr. Proctor dropped the tube. - On picking it up he found the sample had I not run out It had solidified, show- )lng almost solid albumen. The doctor administered Fulton's Renal Com pound. This was in 1905. Patient's appearance at our office well- and hearty in 1913 is answer as to the re- suits and their permanence. s The ability of Fulton's Renal Com-! pound to reduce albumen in many cases of Bright's Disease is not a mat - xer oi opinion dui a haw in rnis-i ICS, and we will mail formula for al bumen test that will show the percent age of albumen from week to week. As the' albumen declines improvement commonly follows, recoveries having been reported in: thousands of cases. Formula and literature mailed on re-( quest John J. Fulton Co., San Fran cisco. Ask for pamphlet adver-1 tisement. " -V ". " I DEER LODGE PLANS TO j ESTABLISH BRANCH HERE. The Benevolent Order of Deer, an organization - incorporated under the laws of the state of Washington, re ported to be one year oM and to have a membership of 50,000, may snortiy establish a subordinate association in Honolulu. Ed. F. Burke, organizer for the infant lodge," with headquarters in San Francisco, Is contemplating a trip to Hawaii and, following the institu tion of the 'local branch, .will proceed to Australia, to work in the interest oi the . lodge,- 'yUV.V When a woman says "My husband Yeeps no secrets from me" it is a sign that he has maiaged to keep them awfully welL - , 1 IWALL DOUGHERTY . Tlioinpson An umixuallr iKauit if ul assort men t of. eaiils for t!u coming Kasfer. . Place Cards Eaton, Crane anil Tike Stationery for Personal ami -business cornpondence. DiCuttinjr, Emlossin, Copier-plate Kngraving. I)ofkniark (l(n?ijxnel and ensravetl. PRACTICALLV? everything in and about the home can be raade to look bright and new and dean with the right paint, varnish stain or ezineL Tbebousewife and the householder can do mnchof thii work with very little expense and a great deal of pleasure. There is, however, one in- portant thing to remember: use a finish that is mad expressly fr the workyou want to do. Do not buy a uses or sanaccs. i CVirwin.Wi11?am "Rr?(lifri TTn L VTr XUUI WUU UWiS, LIJLS, Lll.kUtC HAUiba, lUfcllliJg iiU UUiUUkUJ W VW(t . i t - j i i . .i t i- i i articles and surfaces in andi about the for a particular purpose. Each insure good results. : O ... ' . All you need to Come ' in and we will be glad to give you the particular paint or varnish made expressly for the article or surface you wish to finish. -:-,fv ' " Ask us about Drlghten Up Finishes what they will do and how to use them. Get a Brighten Up booklet I 4 "Ui " w ui lymci -juui mini, fin nuiuv iui im; ' ; ' . . . .coining Summer is at hand. . Sjx'vial stock-taking Fale of , ; ; y Porch and Linen Furnititrc Enamel now on. . ' ' ' - . " ; ' VV A It A tl k : M IMI ff llV Aft E. 0. .TO TO r?, -. LOVE'S Phoao 2205 Tlcolica : v iXL SETCS OP ROCK AKD 8A5D FOB C05C2ET2 TTOST. : ' " ' AXD COAL. ' - . flQUESN STREET- P. O. BOX I1J r 1 1 : $4.00 a year . : Bisliop Tm:. i Co., lit J. Smi t li Co. V r. v. Cards 1 1 1 i product that is made for a variety ci FinisJiM ari maA for finishing tariT. :"jW.-:r:CZ house. Lacn is a specialty made comtains the essential qualities that v 4 ; . . remember is Brighten up l?m:jaes." B 1 M ' ufe - 4 ff llO. HALL & SON Phone 3481 BAICEHY aoe-IPoels Go.,Zj'jc1,