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EVENING nUI.MCTIN, HONOLULU, T. Ur, SATURDAY, MAY 7, 1910.
For Good Furniture
Tort Street, Opposite Catholic Church
FMBIffl AKT COT"
EUROPEAN AND FANCY GOODS
Armenian, Maltese, Torchon and
Cluny Lace, by the yaid, at reason
FORT STREET. HARRISON BLDG.
NEW PATTERNS IN STAMPING
UNDERWEAR and GLOVES.
Miss Kate Woodan)
1141 Fort Street
MfcNUH and EYELET '
Mrs. J: Rosenfien
a Alexander Youo'i Building i
Dressmaker from .Paris, Stylist
Dresses, tailor-made specialties. Rea
aonable prices. Harrison Block
Derelania and Fori streets.
Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats.
LEADLNQ HAT (XEANhKS.
All Kinds of Hats Cleaned and
No Acids Used. Work Guaranteed
FELIX TURBO, Specialist,
1154 Fort Street. . Opp. Convent
Honolulu. T. H.
WAti CHONG CO.
DRY GOODS AND TAILORING
Evcrythinc absolutely new and
fresh from the Coast.
WAVERLEY BLK. - HOTEL ST.
FATlCY DRY GOODS
Wah Ying Chong Co.,
Kinp; St., Ewa Fish Market
KING ST.. NEAR BETHEL
Dealers in Furniture. Mattresses
etc., etc. All kinds of KOA.and MIS
SION FURNITURE made to order.
for Gifts at
Wing On Chong's,
Bethel St., Between KiitR nnd Hotel
IMPORTERS OF ORIENTAL
WING WO'TAI & CO.
041 Nuuanu Street Phone 26fl
And Cloth of JV1 Quality Can be
Purchased from t
MO OANDLESS BLDG.
P. ,0, Box 061 Telephone 031
70 Hotel Street
Oriental Meals and Chon Sucy un-
Btairs, Occidental Meals downstairs,
CIGARS AND TOBACCO
Open Day and Night
Meat Market and Importers.
C. Q. Ycelfop&Coj
HAWAIIAN FISHERY, LTD.
Kinp; Street Tish Market
('' hor Mem" carJi or) sajii at
the utielln office,
For Sale by
LEWERS & C00KE, LTD
177 So. Kinpr Street
lis such a piece of fine an)
delicate machinery that in
If HT 5 Jl T -.V W
order to 'keep the correct!1'''"' nf ,,h,n n(1iaccnt CI"C8 Ilmmr '"
time it must be overhauled
by a competent watchmaker.
Our Watch-Repair Depart
ment is in the hands of such
J. A. R. Vieira
113 HOTEL ST.
C. H. Belin
has two new 7-seated autos for hire
shonnintr ard calline a specialty.
53 PER HOUR 50 CENTS HACK
ASK FOR BEHN PHONE 5
Your mschine will be ready foi
ou when we say it will be. Wt
on't experiment on autos; w rtilr
Von ilamm - Young
LEXANDJIR YOUNG BUILDING
"The Best-Built Car in America"
jCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
"Everything but the Engine"
W. W. WRIGHT CO., Ltd.
4. VV. ilhlUJliNl.it
Auto Tire Repairing
1177 Alnkra St
WE DO EVERYTHING
In the Line of Electrical Work
dnioii Elcctrio Co.,
I. 0. CARTER Proprietor
Harrison Bide;., BERETANIA ST.
IMPORTED AND ISLAND
v Telephone 100 .
All tho Go
"BULL" GINGER ALE
RYCROFT'S FOUNTAIN SODA
HAWAIIAN SODA' WORKS
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A full transcript Is obtainable of iho 4occodlngs heforo tbo Senate Com
mltteo On Paelflc Islands mul Porto Itlco when John 0. Wooltcy titlom pt c
to slum that tho pcoplu of Hawaii aro Incapable of self government The
official trunscrlpt of (lie proceedings la as follows:
(Prohibition Statement Continued.)
Now, with respect to the iiiiestlmi
whether this legislation bIioiiIi! bo Im
posed, I want to rcltointo tliu fact that
tho evils of Intemperanco being In
evidence 111 Hawaii Is not In Itself a
sufficient reason for Congress to step
In mid nlthdiaw certain powers of lo
cal administration, such ns liae been
Klvcn to tho Territory, unless thcro Is
n p.irltcular reason njul cause shown
The prohibition law of Kansas has
been referred to hero today, and Mr
Woollcy lny considerable stress upon
tho fact that this law Is desirable In
order to keep liquor away Yrom the sol
diers who arc located In Hawaii. As a
native son of tho State of Kansas I am
somowhnt familiar with tho conditions
In that so called prohibition State, and
I think the distinguished Senator from
Kansas, mid nnyhody who knows tho
conditions there, will admit that ni
to two of the largest military camps
which this (!o eminent has, at Tort
fllley and at Tort Leavenworth. In
M-. Dinwiddle: Not now.
Mr. Woollcy: Not now.
M- McClellan: If It Is not sold now
It wis nt n ery recent lime.
Ji.-. Dinwiddle:. Wo nro living In
a ri'fforont time now.
Mr. McClellan: That stntement
must apiily to a recent date, then, tf
that Is not tho caso now, I know I
stopped In Iowa on my way -Hast and
spent u week In ono of tho prohibition
towns In Iowa and tho saloons wero
selling liquor thero openly, nnd thoy
did not oen have screens beforo tho
Mr Dinwiddle: Will ou permit mo
to Interrupt you for ono minute?
Mr. McClellan: Certainly. ,
Mr. Dlnwlddlo: Iowa Is not a pro
hibition State, and Iho law of town
Is cry much Ilka tho organic net nf
Hawaii that prohibition shall be tli-j
law thero "except as modified by act
of tho assembly;' nnd they have modi
fied It In a number of places. They
allow saloons In many sections of
Mr. McClellan: With respect to tho
question whether or not such n law
should he applied to Hawaii, It seems
to mo that the position of tho Dole-
gito In his brief Is n reasonable one
namely, that Congress having first
looked ocr this Held, hating looked
Into tho Question, and hating consider
oil It seriously both beforo and wher
tho organic nc( was framed, nnd hiv
ing decided specifically to gho tho
power of legislation on this subject to
tho local legislature, therefore thero In there had boon under that law no de
no occasion for Congress to net until crease In tbo numliT of'aloonn nod
puch time as It may bo shown that Hie et ho .himself later inmlnillted tli'
legislature Is unable to cope with tho fact thai on Iho Island nKauil. ov
situation. f of tho four largest Irlands of the,
It seems to mo Hint a fair consider- group thn I'quor board had totally re
utlon nf this question brings It down fused to Issuo nny saloon llcenso what
to this; Is the legislature! of Hawaii aver.
u reasonably capable nnd reliable Mr Woollcy; What I said was tint
body? Aro tho pe'opla of Knwnil cap- thero wns no i!ecreao n th, number
sbl of liglslatlng for themsolves? The of saloons In Honolulu Thnt Is what
Implication nnd the direct statement of I should hnvn snld. If I did not.
OF INTEREST TO
(By Joseph R. Farrington.)
Ior J cars tho beginner has been ad'
vised to M irt In Iho busliii'ss in a small
In fact, he has bce.ii ciutloiiid to
do no. that ho might Increnso In
knnwledgn ns his plant enlarged. It Is
not necesbmy (o go over all Hint ngjln,
but moro Imporlnnt to tuUo up tho
methods cmjilnied by o many begin
ners nnd not .i few olhcis wlio hne
been In tho dullness for ncveral H'rs.
says M. K. llojer, In tho Amurican
It is f,,,, economy . havo the,,
lago families, as has been proved
.i... ..... -i.'. n-.. J.... ..-L.r..i
IU men md , t' oftod ,y
mo of tho same opinion,,
Tho niguments 'used by adwiciH'l
of largo famllles-liQ oi moro In u lloe't
Jill J wui;u nt iivaI IIIUI II II IK inu HUr
Itnves expense In liulldlng. tt,tVim tl.lr rmists and goout to face
It save, I .bor In feoJIng nnd watoi. '""'l""' "' " "'' whit they
. I had during thn night.
It biivcj t'nie ' '"r M1CLTI",f"' wor, 'cor allow
Orant (but thcro will he les, building !"'r0 ,lm" M 'U '" onn fl,K'k; "J''1
nqiili.1. and that tl.no m.,1 labor wll '" ncf(,t,r '" '! lh 1m,,',er ,0 15
bo saved. Iho argument n favor nf.1"8 ,,oller wl" bo ho rtturni
small (locks not moio than 25 head
In n pen .noamc
Thero will bo no crowding nnd light
ing on tho roost nt night.
Thcro will bo moro exorcise, tuk'n
whon tho fowls nro compelled to re
Thoro will bo less vices llko feather
pulling, ogg citing, bleeding tho malo
bird's comb, etc.
Thcro will bo moro eggs.
Thero will bo bettor fortuity.
Thcro will bo hotter health.
Are not such rcasoiiB worth moro
than tho expense nf extra lumber, ex
tra Inbor. extra tlino?
rr there l nnxthlnc wione with tlui
hens-such like an ailment or dioopl-
no.8 or an ncddenl-lt will bo moio
leudllj noticed In a small lloek than In
a largo ono,
In small ' lloeks theio Is a hctr
rlnncn to pro that nil tho fowl gel n
nroner tlmro of thn 'cod Tlmro arc
fewer "bulllo" who OiUp away ti0i
, 1 '
Mr. Woolley Is to tho contrary I rent!
from this argument before this com
mltteo nt a pi e Ions I'uto:
'So tho point I make about this Is
that the native leglslittifro, with tin
pressure that Is bearing upon It at nil
time, l unable to dcil wlscl) with the
liquor problem In the Inland "
ihut Is n perfictly fr.lnk stntement
I take It, of his jiosltlon. Now what
are tho facts? In 1907 a liquor law
was brought forward by the temper
nnco people, who had been organize
lor mat purpose nnd wno n.iii carried
on n vigorous campaign to that bud
int- law was brought bcrore the leg
Isluture nnd was lgnrousl comitate I
by the liquor Interests. In spite of tin
opposition of tho liquor Interests that
law was written Into tho statute
books of the Territory of Han ill, and
after It was written luto tho statute
books. Mr. Woolley himself, us li
Btnttd tu 5 ou this morning pronounce
It to bo thd best llcenso liquor law li
had ocr known of In the Unite I
States. That is high pruUo milling
from that quarter.
Now", gentlemen, that Is tho law
which Is in effect In Iho Territory of
llnnall today. It has a great mnn
restrictions, nnd I think I should re
for to some of tho main ones,
It provides, first that there shall be
a district license board In each couu
ty, which shall Irnvn absolute pnwor
authority mid discretion to grant, ro
ruse, suspend. retnin. regulate nni'
control licenses to fell Intoxicating
It further provides that written eon
sent io tho granting of licenses mint
be obtained from n mnjqrlty of the
owners of all ,tho real elnto sltuite'
wnniii sou leet in iiio promised loci
Hon, If within one-half lullo of u Mm
or second class pnstomce. Outside
tho ono-bnlf mile radius n majority of
all holders within lOW'feet must be
Ilond must bo given by llccpseg for
compliance with all rsgulatlons of the
Neither women nor minors are per
milted to enter saloons. .and gambling
inrt free lunchei nro strictly prfnhlb
Not only Is the silo of liquor for
bidden to nny woman or minor, liu'
also to nny person wlioxti wlfo son
daughter, brother, ulster, parent
guardian, or employer shall have glv
en notice, ns provided, fprh'ddlng the
sab- of liquor to such pcrsonr
Thero nro tnanv other very rigorous
restrictions. Now what has boon the
offect of that liw? That Is certain!)
n prime ciuoHllon In this itlscuvslon
Mr Woolley tftated thin morning ths
mom timid hens.
Overcrowded flocks nro not the ne
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II. n ...n.nln I.a.. .!... ... .. ..nn.ln.l
sIiIch, thrn cannot bo tho proper fer
illlty On farms wheio thero aro Ihesr
large, rommon Hocks two or more
males nro allowed with tho hens nl
Hio Hamq time.
Hut tho greatest vlow point Is that
from health. It Is a noteworthy fact
Ihnt tho bulk of Inquiries that come to
" "',K .,.'1,
nnd other nllmuut icniedles, como from
fiirms uikiii which It Is tho custom ti
"- Inriw Hocks At night those bird,
CTV" . ,1,u T , ' ,KOt. cl,,8U '"K0'1""'
"".' '.hS ".nal "!k" ""!"
"Z'"': "' """" "" " "'.
If kept with a chicken mother, the
Riiluen chicks should bn greased every
week or so to kill tho lice thit woiili'
otherwise doubtless kill tho chicks. U
they nro kept cdullned with, ni chicken
mother a very small quantity of fco.1
luiist bo given them qulto often us the
digestive uppnrntus (t guinea chick
Is very small when cpmparod with
Hint of u common clilck, Hcnco th"
necessity for giving hut a small
nmount but gvlng that often, but if
permitted to go with n guinea mothoi
on a farm they require no carp except
tho providing of water for thoy Will
Rot n llOng from bugs, seed, eta Ow
Ing to tho derrenso In tho number o'
" I'lnls. the gulnui fowl Is gaining
In popularity ns ti tiiblo fowl nnd It
I8'11'1 '" '"' '" Krmt lw"l"-t f,,r fa8'''
lonnlile tables .
rtoocti For Yctina Chicle.
V'hcrq cldcV:enr ata I'opt In the eanio
FOR WIIOOriNC COUCH. CROUP.
ASTHMA. COUGHS. BRONCHITIS. SORG
THhOAT. CATARRH, DIPHTHERIA
Vaootli.d Cre.ol V lr fntfnl ot
Vt'hov LigS. Eet.diJ t-loup etBMl
tn,l Hn Ci.l.n. Il ii-J M .tu diMlly
on Dow J lliKtl, rakmt UnlhiPt r.iy I. If
r.t. U edjil lortS-. the ton IhrMl .mt hf tM
ceuih. II 11 boiM Io luflmn Itom Atlnma
Cr.anlra l t pol t-ntitoJ. .flirt todi
ti a Cltill. .J piornln la cealafKHil diiMtfl
CreioUna'l tt ttconuneDdaliai It it! thirty
ye.rt iA lbccrul w.
Nf S.U Vr " PritiUI.
StnJ 1'oUl f'r btKHK
Tl roal Tubtl. nmp't
and KiolniA. Iff lha If
ydUti Ihtoat ICc
Tki Vi Cttul.ia C.
tit r.tlaa Slil,
Htw T..k C.ir.
vnids w'th the older Ur,y they will
Imitate the older one, more or less In
their modes of living They will do oio
llilng Hint tho olilcr birds do. an I thit
Is they will attempt to roost on tho
snme roost with them, nnd this may be
dctrlnient.il to their weltare. They
liao to Jump down quite n distance In
be morning and nro llckly to lnJurV
heir feet and legs, and prolublr their
backs. In their efforts to keep warm
on tbo high roit they wltl also crowd,
thus acquiring crooked breast boncj.
This deformity must bo guarded
agajust from tljo vury start. Tho
breast bona of a joting chick Is cr
tinder nnd by roosting high and by
crowding It may easily become- twist
ed. Tho joung chicks require morn
heat than the older ones nnd lliui
should "ba kept In wanner quarters.
nhcio thoy will not bo compelled to
crowd In order to keep warm. A chic.1:
with crooked breast docs not make it
good appearance in market, and is use
less for breeding purposes, so tho poul
try man should watch tho little onoi
carefully and mold (his trouble!.
When (u fe-ed 11(0 chlcfo In the
nornlng If uny of tho chicks do not
'tt and stand by alt shruged up It Is
sign nf sickness. Catch It nnd fc'l
f Its nop Is empty, if si It is piorc
likely got lice on it or It hns caught
cold. If Its crop M full It Is b'luel
trouble. It Is very common niji'mg
ouug chicks and a good tiling to do
Is to gle It somo sweet oil, milk mid
red pepper, making about n te.issiou-
fill nllogellier. Dle It Oils and wdrl;
Up crop gently till It Is roll. Anollmr
way ts to cut the crop open mnj tukc
tho food out, wnsh It uirefully with
warm water, and then sew It up with
linen or silk.
Do not get careless In cleaning J on:
coops; If jou do you will ho sorry.
Droppings If removed once it week H
often enough, hut if .vou em rcmiivo
them every day nnd spilnklo llni".
sand, or something to nbiorb tho
moisture It Is nil the; bettor. If thoy
arc left thero the llco will gather a'ld
get on tbo chicks and chickens a 'id
they arc tho stnrters of nearly all dis
ease. When It Is raining glu tho baby
Chicks dry, clean coopi, beciuio when
they get wet Ihey uro my llililu to
catch cold mid die.
Tim iigu of mi egg Is now discover
ed by immersing it In n solution of
salt containing about, 8 ounces to tbo
pint. When thu salt hag thoroughly
llssohed tho egg to bo tested U
Iroppod gently Into thn glass contain
'ng tho solution. If tho egg Is only
in; day old It sinks Immediately to
ho bottom If thrco On a old It slnlci
lust below tho surface only, ami If
'loin flvo dnjs nnd upwnrds It floats.
It Is well knbnu Hii't tho air cavity
it tho blunt end nf Iho igg enlarges as
Iho n go of tho egg Increases. Conse
quently If tho egg bo pined In n so
lu'tlon similar to tho ne dcct-rlbcd It
will have Increasing tendency to Hint
with Iho long axis vertical.
It Is very necessary Unit chicks havo
ho right kind of food to start them.
l''(cd your fowls us regularly as, ou
do nny other stock.
I'oultiy will yield quicker return
ou Jho Investment Hum nny other
Clabbered mlHc is good for la) Inn
hens If given In addition to Iho regular
supply of water for drink.
Tow Is should havo froo access In
o)ter. shells nnd tho (Ike all tho
l"at producing food should not lio
fed veiy extensively to lajlngor grow,
Tho chlippodlst gptB ahead by
working away at tho foot. llosfon
THE RENEAR CO.
ALGER0BA BEAN MILL
The Only Successful
Mill in Operation
C, W, RENEAR, Manager
THE PIONEER PLUMBER
Mcrchint, Near Alakca
Kvcrjoue to know that tho Wal
pahu Exchange, at Walpahu.
serves the best of liquor refresh
incuts nt Honolulu prices. Whv
motoring to Halelwu, vary th
monotony by catling on us; It
only u ten-u.lnutc run from tin
main road. 4689-r.i
Ambitious men nni women to pre
piro for" belter positions nnd larg
cr salaries Applj for lift o
positions to Hawaiian Agency oi
tho Intcrniitlonal Corresponde.irt
Sehool, at 1U9 l'o.t street.
i:erybody to uso tho large nlcke
pad for school nod figuring u.e
Two hundred sheets of good papoi
for flvo cents, nt this olllee, ti
Chill peppets nnd tamarinds. Mis.
K earns, 171 llerctunla street
glean wiping rags at tho llulletlu
Japancso Cooking School, l'nnilllcs or
hotels suppllcvl with cooks. C, M.
Matzlc. 1 IG7 Au!d l.nue. Tol. 1CC4.
lllcjele, on llciatnnla street. In
quire Territorial Messenger Scr
Phone C and ask for Car No. 482
Fred Nojcs' now 1910 7-pasienger
Kissel Kur. Always ready.
Pot hire, seven-seated l'ackard;
phono 199. Young Hotel Stand;
Chns. Reynolds. 4S40-t
Piano taught lu six months; S3 per
month (eight lessons). Special
attention given to adult begin
ners. Address "Music," llulletlu
SYDNEY F. H0BEN (Koniglichcs
Conscrvatorlum dor Muslk. I-eln-
xlg) Piano (Technique nnd-iVor-trnc).
Singing and Voice Produc
tion. 1G9 llerctnnla, tl'bone Z'i'.
4SS4-lm Sis 5
MRS. HODGSON, Expert Teacher of
Piano. Twcntj-fno )enrs' experl
on ce; Rapid progress; thorough
training; perfect touch', time,' fin
gering and expression. 236 King
street cottago In rear, opposite.
Hawaiian Klcctrlc. Interviews' ?
to C. Saturdnys exicptcd. ,
W. Karl Vincent
Prof, of Music Lessons in Singing,
Plauoforto, Pipe Organ, ote. Ileal
demo and Studio, 1S5Q Ultima St,
Corner Union nr.d Beretania SU.
House Consulting. 2-3 p. m. Sal
trdayt excepted. Operating, 8-19
. m.,.3-6 p. m.
A. R. R0WAT. D. V. S.
HOURS Club Stables: 10 a. m.
to 12 m.: 3 to 5 n. m. Residence:
8 to 10 a. m.: 1 to 3 p. m.
PHONES Club Stables, 109 ; Res
tunufsetur.d from pur dlatlllad vw
r Orllvsrsd Io any part of city t
AHU ICE AND ELFCTRIC CO.
'awala Tal.nhona "
Uelivered tu n.sideneti
and offices at 25o ei
hundred In 10-lk loti
W. O. BARNHART,
Ml M.rch.nt t
Come and learn particulars at
T0WNSEND UNDERTAKING CO.
Seretania St.. 0pp. Sachs'
Um Die U for ut.btnrl
IrriutloQi vr ulcutlou
1 1 to I . M
I tHaaaul aaBlaValaHl-
k KSOIllHeO SM '" "" " ""
ftiM hf IrucUU,
"KraiUf ! ii
Will do it
. ' ' . t 1 ' L.
kmaalU t ii.' miSi!.v. a
hi-iiM.i.i mriilshed house; moi'crn
in ecry lespect, SUO jier month.
Iteiutuiila stivet, near I'llu.ihotl.
"K. K.". this onice j672a.
rwo furnished llgui - nousuKccpini;
rooms, 1730 King street, near l'a
wui Juiietlon. 4t500-tt
leach cottago ut DlHinunu llto,
A it diem 'N ". Hulletin nUlce.
Two tiiiulaliou ia.liu- l. V "
U tUtllitirll, lTi3 u U.
ROOMS AND BOARD.
ool furnlstied luoin. ud wlia.ii.
with or without tinril. It !4
ISliuuuu A., urur celiool bl.
I'rlces moderate. t4f0-H
N'cally fiimlahod rcoms nnd board,
1330 Hnima streot, oppusltu Itoal
Mchool, Mis. Anple Oabv, prop.
SIIAUV NOOK, 1013-1050-1071 Her
ctanla street; phono 13S3. Rooms
and boiinl. IClO-'Jvv
The Tran so envelope a time-saving
Invention. No addmaslng noics
sary In sending out bills or ro-
eclpfs";- llulletln i'ublUliing Co.,
soli agents for patonteo. It
Qatollnl'-.'laiiuch, two outrigger lii-
n,QC.s nnd Hull nets for salo chesp.
Address I'. Johnson, Honoullull. f
Ikraneot(e shotgun; perfect condi
tion. 'Address "H.J. C", llulletln
omco.- 401 1-1 w
UTalnonds nud Jewelry bought, soM
and exchanged. J. Carlo, Tort BU
Inter-Island and Oahu Kallroad ship-
pi n if books, at uulieiu omco. u
New nuomatlc Singer for sale; cheap.
"A. II.", llulletln office. 4592-tt
Men's clothing on credit. Jin week:
suit given at once. Levy Outfit
ting Co., Sachs Bldg, Fort St
"c CLOTHES CLEANED.
fClt'y Clotlus Cleaning Co . No. 4 Ma
sonic Temple, Alakcn St. ClotneJ
called for and delivered.
Jsrmncse Employment Association.
Maunakea near Assl Theater. Call
up phono 697 It you want a cock.
gooa ooy or servanis.
fee himKee-Plumber and TinsmitA,
Smith 3t.. bet. Hotel and Panahl
In Our Cream
Special care to keen
it cold nnd protect it
from contamination as
sure ample keeping
THE POND DAIRY.
ASK YOUR GROCER FOR
The World's Best
1129 Fort St.
PINE ROLLS AND BUNS.
BOSTON BAKED BEANS.
BDST0N BROWN BREAD.
BEST HOME-MADE BREAD IN
Ring np 197.
AND OTHER PIANOS
Tlinyor Piano Co,
150 Hotel St. Phone 218.
ii mr, n.nwi n.a
jajjg'i'or gaTa,rcards" ntTlul etiu . .
5 ' jfcj. ir
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