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HONOLULU STAB.-BULLKTIN, THURSDAY, APRIL 3. 1917.
11 I lLit i nuclei REPUBLICANS MEET TO DRAFT PLATFORM FOR COUNTY ELECTION .1:' i. . Hi 1 1 , t : . i . i i n p. . .i ; r . !-r it. ir if. ' i ' r.' ' a Diicut Bond lue Plank 'I r,f ' x rut Nf p'arik .t-rougl.' II tr r- t"-1 'iii 'i'--in "f meetiru' Supervisor I,trn: a b b iratc raised tin- .ri.-M. n .i- tn Af,,f.-r ti- passage I 'h:.-. plank wo., Id !;'' ir.i rf' t 1 !' i ll! no le-'on th. ki-I;i' .r' T' tan! tne '".nrl i c Ti -.-- ;. ought i 1kimI'I I"' -truck '.ut a !li. ii wa tM(1 L W ' A' in ami -th--rs and rev era! int's in wording was sun i.-sti) K .1 BoMs moved tbat It ta 1 -V hc!e-..- in tbe principle of It y i and onrty bond issues lor needed i n rniam r.t improvements when the rcnue- arc not surf hue m to meet tl.e demands and hold, etc " The platform as recommended b the committee to the "invention and approved in part by tbe committee ( the whole is as follows: Ah repretM Utatiw-K of the Bcj.ubli Party in the Cit y and ount of Honolulu, in convention assembled, Wf h retiy resolve: That the Republican Party hereby Jfdicates itH Hrvires and influence to the fulfillment of measures and main tonanec of policies in the administra tion of the Ctt and Count of Hono lulu which will Herve to devedop the city of Honolulu' into a reat and hoHUttful metropolis, wherein the in haliitants shall enjoy, and offer for rnjoyment to travelers of the world, the natural climatic and scenic re- nnibi ai!h nhlch th islands nrc I r..- i..ihr -ith u.rv ....hiie . . . , . ' facility and convenience to which a modern and beautiful city is entitled, j SUPPORT OF THE PRE5I DtNT We hereby unqualifiedly endore the Action of the President and Con- rv-AQa in ralllni nnnn tho tiatinn trv defend American lives, right to travel , li.v sea and of lawful commerce, and protect American roierty against the acts of the German Government which are resulting in the killing of American citizens and destruction of property, and e pledge the support of tbe city's administration to all measures necessary to meet emergencies- which may arise as the result of such action. CAftE OF DEPENDENTS OF VOLUNTEERS We pledge the city administration . to Tooperation with the Territorial and National Government for the pro tection of the dependent families of citizens, employees of the city govern ment, who may .enter the military ser vice of the country for duty in con nection with the present national crl- sis, and we sincerely commend this principle to-an employers wnose em-; jdoyees may be called or volunteer for duty. j SANITATION AND HEALTH . . We bold the public health to be tbe most vital, factor in . our . city's life and happiness. As & safeguard against contagious and epidemic diseases, we pledge the city's administration to full cooperation with the Territorial and Federal authorities In all meas-; ures necessary to promote and main tain a clean and healthy city. And we favor liberal appropriations to assist existing institutions which are engaged in the eradication of tuberculosis. We believ In the thorough and sci entific inspection of public and pri vate markets where food supplies ,are sold, and insist upon a systematic .inspection of all sources of dairy, fish, meat and other market supplies in order to protect the public against the consumption of adulterated or un wholesome foods. EMERGENCY HOSPITAL We believe that the Emergency Hospital established under the Re-Jof publican administration has . met a public need and we favor its enlarge ment to meet tbe increasing demands PARKS AND PLAYGROUNOS We favor tbe extension and improve ment of parks and playgrounds, and to make them more useful for the chl! ! dren of the city we also favor equip ping tbe same with proper athletic apparatus and also the erection and maintenance of comfort stations in the several parks and playgrounds. We compliment the citizens of Ho nolulu who have so liberally contrib uted toward the purchasing and hous ing of interesting animals and birds for Kapiolani Park, which serve as a source of education for the children. We pledge the necessary supiort for the housing and upkeep of these ani mals and birds and also for the ac quisition of additional species. PUBLIC BEACH We demand Immediate action by the proper authorities to clear the public beach at Waikiki of all obstructions and encroachments in order that the beach will be improved and access thereto by the public preserved. We also favor the further improve ment of the public baths and urge the Supervisors to clear the coral rock from the bathing area, thus affording the residents of the city a safe, free . public place for sea-bathing and recre ation. PUBLIC MARKETS Realizing the increasing cost of liv-:a call for personal military service, we ing to residents of this city-and coun t pledge all candidates and exact from ty. w hich falls with especial hard-j them an unqualified promise to prac 6hip on the poor and the families of :tise and enforce the strictest economy .moderate means, we pledge our coun-jin office an1 administration exp-nse ty officials to consider the subject of so that the greatest proportion of all public markets, where the households j moneys shall be expended in materials of Oahu may 6ecure food supplies at and in manual labor, thereby giving the lowest possible co6t. employment to more people and pro- . TOURIST PROMOTION j ducing a larger amount of permanent Promotion is the means or placing . work, before the people abroad facts con- ! t'pon the foregoing platform w ap cerning our climatic and scenic ad-i pea! to the voters of the City and vantages, for the purpose of inducing j County of Honolulu for their loyal sup travelers to visit our shores. The j port and votes in favor of our candi llawali Promotion Committee has been j dates for the several offices of the and is still conducting an intelligent I City and County of Honolulu And we publicity campaign and has caused j thousands of tourists to come our way and spend large sums of money here to the advantage of the various busi-jand i.ess interests. It is an institution ' , . rt :! ' 1'; I' POLICE I. I ! I : a i r ::.)!. 1 I ! if 0 ...a!i I t ra .t: t: VW a the ad-, a: U. g. f !.. r r-.i r t r.. ..i-i!!,t.':i :i.t : a t- . v i...ng Hi' ri ru,:-r jn!ir' t:.i;n- - pr par in a -lnmber i: - iti a r-irw- !r to respond t) a n v i ( a'.i if r.inng at I n n y,. ,il-o ior ill' j.irnor poii fori1 ruaniatioii f a aiotiK the i.lies 3di ted in NeA Voik City and to this purpose rc oUHio nd that -uital.de m- , stnu tors be detailed frorn the police fore" to ooporatc Aitli the I Soy Scouts in tills i if and fi:rnish them tiait.in-; in jioIk duty POLICE STATION 'e fau.r. until the it en a t a ity j hall and polite station, an eMe:isik-e lemodcliiiij and enhurKenH nt of the present Honolulu jiolice station, and j se also favor lruproMtiK the alarm and signal equipment in order to place the institution on a par with modern poli' e stations on the mainland FIRE DEPARTMENT The fire department of Honolulu has i proven, under efficient administration, to he of Kreat economic benefit to the. city. The growth of the city, and es pecially the residential sections, now demands an extension of the service, uiid to lliis end we favor the establish- mcnt r f (substations to serve localities s:i li as Ka'i.iako and ail:iki-kai. Ma-1 noa Puunni. Nuuanr. and Aiewa Heights, ancl Kalihi ?n! Moanaltu. We also f-ivor th xtens'on ( f th" hydrant svstem into all reside, tial sections of ine-1i.s- ELECTRIC LIGHTING SYSTEM We uphold the present Hoard of Supervisors in their policy to extend the electric li-jht svt-tem of the city, and strongly advocate the furnishing to .ill sections ( f Honolulu the 'neces sary street and :oad lighting. CITY HALL The commercial and civic expansion of the city of Honolulu has reached a point of development which makes it vitally necessary that a city hall be nrnviHaH urltVinnt further rfplnv and - slinprViSnrR to nrocure a suitable site for such city hall from or through the territorial government. BOND ISSUES We reiterate our confidence in the city'B electorate, and hold that all bond issues at any time contemplated should first receive tbe supiort of the people before final authority is given for ti,eir issuance. ROADS Realizing the imperative need of manv tections of the city for street and road improvements we hereby en dorse the principle of the road im provement law commonly known as frontage tax la w. The Republican co administration has pioneered its way jn applying this tax. and experience, while proving the principle of the law i scund, has suggested certain amend ments to make it more equitable and efficient. We therefore favor a con tinuation of road improvement law commonly known as the frontage tax law, since it provides both the funiTs necessary for roa 1 work and greater opportunity for citizen labor, and we express our confidence that a contin uation f the Republican administra tion, with its two years of experience, will guarantee fair application of the frontage tax. We pledge our candidates to provide for adequate construction and main- ten ince of country and suburban roads , and the employment, where possible. cantonnicrs for such roads who reside in the respective districts. EFFICIENCY IN OFFICE. The Republican Party hereby pledg es its candidates for the several of fices of the ('ity and 'ounty of Hono lulu to an efficient and economical ad- nilnist ration of affairs, and strongly recommends that they carry out the principle of the merit -system in the appointment of officials and employes to ositions of trust and responsibil ity. l'!on the foregoing platform wo ap peal to the vcters ef the City and County or Honolulu for their loyal sup port and votes in favor of our candi dates for the several offices of the City and Couuty of Honolulu. An I we hereby impose upon all such officers the duty and obligation of fulfilling Htid putting into effect the measures and iolicicK to which we have com mitted the Republican Part v. EFFICIENCY IN OFFICE i i his ula ii L- iirrtn(l 1- Mr A lewis. Jr., to preliminary p;a.t;orm committee too late for inclusion in typewritten copy.) As the improvements in the road, water and sewer systems of the City and County of Honolulu require expen diture of more money than there will be available during the next biennial period, although more funds will be raised by taxes and greater burdens imposed than heretofore by the fed eral and local governments including hereby impese upon all such officers the duty and obligation of fulfilling and putting into effect the measures polices to which we have commit- ted fv- llc-iiMirm P ri Additional Wireless i ''ntinced ! k-r .,.-nr" r,u out 'iaf- hi- part ' !!.' ix'.i :'. an i I lie , : 'at- , . ti.ai. and r an i - i,' i . .m-l u far as- A::.--r: an ni:-.'- are on- : ... ;--:u ' i a - '.a ; - i1'- - r!(- evening mid ludd ti.-- :lM-r i.-r 1 . !; .wi'.tir ' I nif'd tnree liuiir?.. ra:rii.k ti;- vde ail. a -I .. - !;.'-' '..". ,-ir. f.T J:;akm until inidnixht. w oat -f i ' :.or s jiimariii" T.'ie d"l-a'r .nu to i"- .iru.i !.en ii i ii- i o,v'jfe Kneland U-v rua-iin .loi.n Sharp Williams, ieai my to his i- :af i.ki. she can of bei iiiipfp." ?aid,t.-t at th conclusion .:' lt Kidioff s ' ; sVlsr !,.;,.! , address. raPti'-ated the Wiscon-mU- J in sharp Vi inrr. of l;".is.ippi n it ii a er!.a! v hip tashint; and de iiik ho cMtjicn "i t!).- Ntatem,nts ' n uneed him a.- unloyal and ersins: and ouij utIm t:- ' f !..t K"l!ette, wht m, i '- -a.i l. talked verv im: h as I.eth- :i..Uii; Htdlw u-r miuht epe ted to , w ere o iti'ursts of cheers from tti gal do i-i "i l th.at lii- !ater lacked th ! lerie.s and from the e itej senators, auda'i'y and the dariin: of the sena- j liurin'Z1 tu debate the pallerirs were ;i r T r in Wi-i'iii :n The veteran Miss-I crow ded by intensely interested lis issippian bitterly a-'iate 1 the opposl-,' toners, the members from the lower ti n. including bis o; n Missisipji el- h use I .ting ; resent in large numbers eairiie, den untim: their .ittitu i- .a us well- as foreign diplomats and the 1. 1 patriot i- in :!. J-.ii:u st den re". ' members of the various embassies and Hu-t in-j--. the tolleagii'- oi I a Pui- i rnited States officials. 1 te, Mj.. one of the speakers for tl." j The senate adjourtied to meet on resoiut ion, (ritnlzing Lis brother rei-i Friday. Plans For Great Army Worked Out and Enlistments Are Wanted !: i IVi-.- !.; Ipral V irli'N ) WASHINGTON. April ."..-'-Plans to ra:se an army of millions for the use of the I nited States have been com pleted by the general staff and em bodied in the form of a bill, whic h has been approved by Secretary Raker, and sent to President Wilson for his inspection and approval. The measure will be sent to congress immediately after the passage of the resolution declaring a state of war ex ists between this country and Germany by the house, which is expected early today. Under the terms of the proposed bill, not less than two millions of men will be trained by the nation for war with in two years' time, and ready for ef fective service. It is expected that congress will pass this measure or one containing its main features, for the military experts and civilian officials who are familiar with the plan as pro posed by the bill, declares that it gives to the nation a perfect milita,ry weapon, and one that wiy build up a den-et ratic army. The indications are that it is intended to enlist exclusively men in their early twenties who are not attached, and who have no one de pendent upon them for support. V The navy is also busy with its preparations. Secretary Daniels yes Governor Lucius K. Pinkham today declined to comment on the story printed by a morning paper today which says the board of harbor com missioners Wednesday afternoon just before it adjourned criticized the ex ecutive severely on his stand in the German refugee steamer situation. The governor let it be nown, how ever, that he was not acting on his own initiative when he notified the collector of customs of an old treaty with (Germany which provides that American officials shall not be al lowed aboard German steamers unless a representative of the German gov ernment has Ueeu notified of the ex pected time of the visit Instructed From Washington Governor Pinkham was notified of this treaty from Washington. The instructions w re t ruling from the state departme.it. handed by it to the dejartment of the interior and trans mitted to Wie governor from the latter department. The s:ovrnor. ncting on the riling, not f W d -he collector. Attorney Frank Thompson of Thompson, Milverton & Cathcart. said this morning he had not called the governor's atfenticn to the treaty in any manner and believed the governor must have acted cn instructions from Washington. He said he knew of the treaty's existence. CommisHione fom Church of the harbor hoard introduced a resolution at Wednesday afternoon's meeting providing that the board discontinue all guards aboard the Pommern and Setos. He later withdrew his motion, which was seconded by Commissioner W'akefie'd. Chairman' Forbes and Commissioner Mcfarthv refused today to make any statement 's to what they had said about ll;e governor's actions ccnr e'niiir the rcfucee steamers. Com missioner Church said today die board did n"t criticize the governor to the degree t'ie report in a morning paper would lead tbt- reader to believe. JEFFS TO BE CLOSED FRIDAY .icns rasiuon ... win remain c.osea, all day tomorrow, C,;od Friday. Adv. J i f i Ml i 1 1 Y. W. C. A. RECEIVES FIRST ANSWER VOLUNTEER CALL One young lady has offered her services r.t the Y. W. C. A. for the enrolment clasi in case the Nation al Guard is called out. The young lady, who was the first to enroll, states that she is ready to accept a position as a reporter should a vacancy occur, it is expected that other names will be. forwarded to the association in the l.t t few ! .IV . GOVERNOR ACTED ON INSTRUCTIONS from pa.se on l r.t j'ive tri-m V: u.s:r.. i wii .'lines f !'. a ' e. ' tie i- t. ii'i' v"T .tua i ar.:-. ti ut rai ii rsi i'lt i n i:. in :r. ; ki;r- I i t'U i. S' 5eN..ijj. -t it- i ':.? ';! (i,'IHc'Li In '' i! I'l.! .V n ; .j l'ort and t f-r r"-"'' iii.ii a-, a Patriotic i:u?y In '.n- ! a i I1' follow d i-v K;r!' i f Ai ,-.j:..-.i- and Kenyrn if io'a a. i r. 1.: i ilil'U'-ti r La F(. I. .' 'can 'wr.i:u lat- in i.n the edge treason. W'Jien the roll call a taken t; . re terday summoned to his office Capt Wilson, chief of the Atlantic parol, concerning plans for the protection of the harbors and cities on the Atlantic Coast against possible raids. It was indicated after the conference that the government would order mote swift submarine chasers, llo feet long and equipped with guns sufficiently power ful to sink a submarine. As many of these vessels as possible will be built ?nd turned over to the government as swiftly as jiossible. The quartermaster general of the army is also busy, and yesterday ft was announced that the heads of most if not all of the important railroads throughout the country had arranged with him to turn their lines over to the nation. Every possible facility will be afforded the government in tho transportation of supplies, not only for the United States but for the En tente Allies of this country. The plans for this include arrangements for handling the customary commerce of the country, all the Toads working to gether practically as a unit for the common purpose. Wool growers and dealers generally notified the government that they ars prepared to turn over their stocks to the government at he current prices. Fhould they be needed for the manu facture of uniforms. COPPER JDEFIS VERY INTRICATE Developments today in the compli cated' harbor board copper and tool theft situation were as follows: Deputy Attorney General Arthur G. Smith is handling only cne phase of the thefts that of stealing of copper and tools from the harbor commis sion's warehouse. He took testimony concerning thu angle several weeks ago, but has not yet reported back to the board. Attorney General T. M. Stainback says he is ready to file a civil suit against the party who bought the cop per. He claims it would he useless to file a criminal complaint against him. He wants the barlxir Ixiard to tell him who the guilty party it. Detective Capt. McDufrie says there are two distinct phases to the affair one tiie theft of the warehouse iroperty, the other the theft of copper sheathing from piling underneath vari ous piers here. The harbor board at its meeting March 2S voted to ask McDurfie to re cover tools stolen from the board's warehouse, as mentioned in a letter from Inspector William Greger dated March 21. It also carried a motion to ascertain evacUy what was stolen from the warehouse and to have the attorney genera!'.; department take steps at the earliest tossible, moment to recover tiie stolen property or dam ages for the same. BRITISH CLUE MEETING A special general meeting for all members will be held on Saturday, April 7, at S p. m., at the Club Rooms. At ATTKK OK GREAT IMPORTANCE I?e sure and le there. I'y order of the President, FRED HARRISON. ) l 3 J-ot FOR RENT Room and board in private family at the beach. Pleasant room suitable for two people. i8G Beach Walk. 7.752-1 1 Furnished cottace at Waikiki. also furnished room. Applv Mrs. J. A. Oilman, tel 67G2-6t 3-bedroom house. 211 S. Vineyard st. Apply ?97 S. Vineyard st. 6732-tf; I Pongee cloak, between Pacific Heights, and Emma street. Leave at 131C; Emma street. lie ward. 6732-3i Lady's gold watch, initialed "R. K. N.", Return to Star-Bulletin office. Re ward. 6732-6t Bank of Hawaii Savings bank book No. 14577. Finder please return to bank. 07:2-.l I FAIL TO AGREE Minutes Show Harbor Board is Not in Tune With Forbes: Pier 10 Wall Held Up: Chair man Wins Biq Point. How ever, in Rescinding of An chorage Scheme Although offitial C: '-i.-Aorks iepartmeift toda hm . i an injustice was done to Si;; t ; ar; R Forbes by members of th.- lia'or board who told the Star-Iulle!in 'Ven nesdav that thev were m t i;;ir. ! in favor of his alternative plau :' . re construction of Piers s and 'h im pression gained this mcminc in talk ing with several of the onuui-sloit' rs tends to strengthen instead if le-st--:i the one gained Wednesday. . In the official minutes oi Tu. ia night's meeting, at whiih the beard voted to table a motion to res. in : its a th n of February, when it voted to have the Pier l' wall constructed online to the recoinmend.it io'i-j of Engine rs Cere. Armitaze and An drews, appear the follov ing expres sions of opinion from harbor board niemb-rs: Commissioner .lames Wakefield: "Stated tnat as the two estimates, one for the heavy wall as designed by the board of engineers, the other a lighter wall as designed by the harbor com mission engineers, .the -heavy -type having previously been adopted, it is just a question of whether it Mould bv policy to rescind our action and whe ther the estimates would not be well spent by getting the heavy ty; of wall." The minutes quote Commissioner W. H. McClellan as follows: ".Mr. McClellan stated that while he would like to see the matter conelud e 1 he could not make up his mind that the construction proposed by the chairman (Forbes) for this section of wall was any better thin the one pro posed bv" the engineers who investi gated Pirs 8, 9 and H He. stated further that be thought action should be deferred on the abovp- motion un til such time as the matter could be taken up b the other engineers." Commissioner T. H. Church.: "Ex pressed his i-iews stating that he did not feel like taking any chances if a couple of . thousand dollars would mean a more stable w'ali." Commissioner C. J. McCarthy: "1 agree u tth the other members of the board. It is my opinion that the grav ity wall is better, and I would prefer to ba-.e the board stand by its action taken at the meeting of February 1.",." P was learned today that tne noard at it regular meeting Wednesday aft ernoon trok no action at all on the tabled ' notion. Conrnm-slcner Tom Church said today be Is absolutely op posed to the compromise plan for the Pier lo wall, which calls for part of the wall to be built according to Forbes' plans, the rept according to the recommendations of the-committee of investigating engineers. That the harbor board has rescind ed its action on the anchorage system. OM I0NR VTH CHAIRMAN Schofield GetM -. .... '.''-'-:.)'..-,., . . '. :: ;'''.' - . Post Phone Ask for Star-Bulletin Branca, Schofield, or! MANY PLACES CLOSE FRIOAY ' i. -I I'n '.. v iii .;:. i h I ; . '" rve,: :-j lU-nop.-U: ten orrov. ; t : I ( jai i f ' i. -i i s i ut near a!i :i. a! ;:;.'. guv t. rt;:: 'lA o:r-,.t !o be op n us usual Set: e it '. ! .truer n;. r- e.-t ..bii-';:;;. r.t . .. as E. ( ."aii A Sop.. ' l" la'.:- : s. : c a - A. I '. "k '1 he-e f ' l l . A o . '. .1 ! . 1 1 . F. ;!t.a-! A l"o . W.ll, A IVUg.l .-r . ai:-.i :::.: oti c. - '; a ! . : e , . r.i : . jot : r. .til l tio. : .! : a- Silv a ..n 1 ':-!::e"!r. All! be .-; n di:rif th :- n.in- en!.. I :..n- . : I . f ' ! i:: : 'aw i los.-d ..i; .la- ;',e Fir-r Natl, n " I'atik w i." ' e '; e;; uilti! ': ! e 'c ! Hi the r :. l -a..i! I'Im.o,' A- l o.. ''dtl'-v : s . ;n ' : The : . Y. '--e no !t: , I a' : i on it in oi 1;. c i m t n. : . :! rudi. i.irv Uni.'ins: e in p. ...;;. :t ver few iniir.hhiai i a- e- ! .o . i ; i: mcnt offi, ial-i at the :;: ;1 ve. t p '. riuVt en " otk r. in. Iiiiiir.i; fie 'legislature. lari.e ';. . f the S. nun an an I vi ti i 'uvni Yciir; i onipaiii. s ;..nd ih- .er- H i.,, T Ifkeii oVcr l!iC hldidj.V ;.ill.l) sitii n tin-, uiornim: ileci.ieii they would sta open as usual ttT neves .-ai:v ".irk nut tiiat-employes who did tiiit care To work wcu'.d iiv; be 'li-ed 'o The j i t ( ff j( c" fori e vvii! ork as t m ti inarv ev erv d:tv. I DAILY REMINDERS ! : Make some of today's want ads serve YOU by answering a few of them , l!'a:;tiful Kaster lilies at Mrs. T.o .lor. fl.irist. op;)esite Young cafe. Tel j . ! "!'. - Adv. Wanted -TvM) more pa-ssenuers for! motor party around .island. $1 each. iLewij Carage, phone '.'Hi - Ad.'. For Distilled Water, Hire's Root Beer and all other Popular Drinks try the Con. Soda Water Works Co. AUI. I DYNAMITERS BREAK WINDOWS AND COST PET DOG ITS TAIL CHR'AdO, 111 Two unidentified n en who .attempted to blow up a j dwelling with a bomb succeeded only in shattering the windows of 100 houses in the neighborhood and caus ing the loss of Mrs. Rena Paulomb's pet log's tail by flying glass. The two men. challenged by Patrolman William Wheaton. fired four shots through their overcoats at him. One bullet creased" his lelt ear and another tilnunrl tlirnnoli 1ij rii'lif slpiVf P- lice blame "black-handers. ' Hridcet Shure an I'll not be dis charged. You'll have to give me two weeks' notbe. Ladv of the House Then I'll have I ycu arrested for getting money under false pretenses. You represented yourself to me as a- cook. Uot-Um Her . aid. however, is held to be distinctly in favor of the contentions of Chairman F6rbe.s. That, as he pointed out to day, .is the main point he has been making an 1 he fels that the rescind ing has already shown the justice of bis stand. ' o ' ' ' c ' - - ' . r t ' - - Today's latest telegraphic and local news is communicated to the G000 soldiers and their families at Schofield Barracks ; through the large circulation of the Star-Bulletin . at Uncle Sam's largest post. - r : The above shows the Schofield Branch Office of the Star Bulletin, where subscriptions, advertising, printing may be ordered. Subscription rates,1 75c per month, $2 per quarter, $8.00 per year. Advertising and printing rates upon application.- ' f k V':"' f V": - '' . . -' H6iwMaStarBtuletiri Are You IVom Out? Does fright find you exhausted- nerves unsettled -too tired to rest? nrain.nffii b the food-tonic that corrects thesa troubles. Its pure cod liver oil is a cell-building food to purify and enrich the blood and nourish the nerve-centers. Your strength will respond to Scott's Emulsion -but sec that you get SCOTTS. bevtt & Bowac. BtuomficUl. N. J. te-B Closing Notice V will rl( April btli, (ioi l'Yiila. AUo. 'oiiHtu'iifiiiir with.. Satur day, April 7th, w- will rlosi Saturlay. at 1 o'clock until fuithor ntico. Ii. 1 KIll.KKS & O. EASTER SWEETS When the children ri n and hunt for the prettv colored eggs which the rab bit left on Enser morning, wouldn't' they be more th?n tickled to find with, the eggs a b-j of dainty delicious Oiange Mlosso'n andy.' Thf I.urline btought a large, fresh supply of OranT Hlossom sweets and just the thing for this Joyous Easter occasion. Order your box now at the Honolulu Drug Co., Fort street. Adv. t . ! POLICE COURT NUItS I . . . Daniel Yowell, accused of assaulting Ellen Yowell. will le heard April 9. The cases of the four remaining Fill linos out rf tbe. nine arrested at Wa hiawa Saturday night for vagrancy were heard yesterday and continued until tomorrow. C. H. Uehn has been arrested on a charge of embezzlement of $. pre ferred by Margaret K. Ashford. The offense is alleged to have taken f Uce November M. 191. The cases of Capt. George C. Kele her and C. Cr Clark, arretted on troa-vvniTonts relative to heedlesa driving following an accident which occurred March ;7 on Kins street hear Sheridan street emHalfe4 if police court.VedQJayand fomldued until April" 9. ' Clark "iVlttTgi!ir also- witU driving without a license. v. Slate pencil; alatc on I copjlim pencils arc in demand in nrltlsh East Africa. 1 '- r It is the emission of wate -team through the stack that causes a Joco mctie to miff. '. , Long Distance Blue 0452.