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HONOLULU BTXE-B U LLKT1K, THUESDXY, 30, 1912.
POSTOFFICE AT FORT
A new postofflce has been estab
lished at Fort Sbafter. The increased
garrison there and the added demand
for additional postal facilities has been
met by the local postofflce, and Ord
nance Sergeant Slegel has been ap
pointed as postmaster for the post.
On steamer days and at other rush
limes there will be two mail deliveries
Pheto-t'ngraTlag of high tit grade
can be secured from the Star-Ealletln i
Photo-Engraving Plait .
If a man has any sense at all It
shows up before he gets engaged or
after he is married.
I read it Is the Star-BnUetla.
most be so.
! PERPETRATES BY WALT AV DOUGALL
E2ro Yes, it is reported Ly trie Bureau of Agriculture
1fuTci spineless form of tnewild cordoon" lias been found. '
We queried rfoT.DugdsfarTwho perlecTed The marTless pickle
and dcruHur&d foboscp bul he is undofe k decide whether r:
the cdrdoon is a plant or an animal , More dnon .
Mike ; Peroydidmixoarsenopenfeol Is specific cure
for IlieyciVvSjlf used promptly ind witri care
won, ics, mere is on cntmai -cciiiec ihevigaio . it w
old clothes . never takes a vacation , hds eicfnl kind
indigestion and carries tx mortgage and a i insurance
policy i li is other name is fiat her.
AND TAKE THAT
- - i
f frl GLAD TO StC YOU TAKE L, I
sZZSl Such care or ypup bapw i
i w i ram r- ; r - ' i
ni vyrta nil if i .
Mm -M- IL' I I4H C I HI1 S IM - ra - I
ears YASrfcA-iWrfli, V Ar
'i w-ttl- i . s fiv ii in i sis m. ' i r"i J y, f i i
ITS NO USE! QNK AND BOOB CANT BEAT THE HQCENBACK hOODOQ.THATO CE
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1 m-n O i in
PiUSie 2 to ;5 and 7 to 9 o'clock
A Trial -Bottle of the Celebrated
Eree to Lady Customers
Management of A. W. Myer and A. J. Gignoux
Frienda of Norman B. Courtenir.' tlflc
especially uiose interetted in his pres
ent whereabouts, will be pleased ta
I learn that he has- recently figured in
a comma interview vln the Portland
Oregonlan, in which he tells some new
facts about his work here. The inter-
v:ew, wmcn deserves republication in
toto. is as follows:
J MAN OF PORTLAND.
J Territorial Governor's SecreUry Re
lates Experiences tn '
: Uland. ,
ENTERTAINMENT IS LAVISH
Ntrman Courtenay BelieTes American:
Natal Base in Pacific Will Be t
Strongest Position on the
Ocean When Complete.
"My first official act as the assist
ant secretary to the Governor of the
Territory of Hawaii wis on the 8th, of:
December, 1911,, when I waa given the
detail of arranging .'an, ' autonotile
party around the Island of Oahu, stop-
Uiin on, the, way ior Jnncheon X the
Haleiwa Hotel, said Ubrnjan. B.
(ourtenay son of A. A. Conrtenay ot
Portland, 'who returned. recently 'tp
til..! a uc ysrij wu Kiteii ay
thc GoverrioW In honor; of, R.ear-Ad
tmrai unauncey; i nomas, .now; retired.
ontmandcr-iD-Chief T.of ..the "Paclfle
Sqoardon, then visiting In .the harbor
ot Honolulu. f , , .!
0n the IDth of December h was ap
pointed v permanent secretary "to the
l may say thai -Ambassador- Brvce.
the British Ambassador to the United
Slates,? was the most 'dlsflnxuished
visitor I had to take care, of durinr
my sojourn in the. Islands, and he cer-
tstnly was? duly; impressed "Ua .the
beauties of the island, evens alter iic
had just come from a trip around1 the
vorld, having seen all the. other conn-?
tries, before. Sun Tat .Sen, .the. flrstJ
president of China, who Was born in
lionololo, called at Ihe office occasion
ally, and- toot. small, aide trios with
e to the different parts of the island
Ffche Visits' talaad.
. "A short $ime belore I returned the
Ponbrah!e"Secretary bf the Interior.
V alien L. Flsber arrived to-lavesd-
pate, at he request of the president;
the administration of the Governor
and J Bm-proud jto ear. that 1 was note
4.0 be of aasiatance to the Governor in.
Tepuaiaiing- cnarges - instigated - by
Iince; Kalananaole, for; political . rea
sons and through v petty., jealousy
The' charges Were "without foundation
and - were proven. to bei practicallyi a
farce. j ? , r.
Durlne the Secretary't stay we toot
f a tnp .around au;ane islands, whicn
jtjok . the better jat of a jnonth an1
upon which, 'we saw-4 he " t olcano.'of
Kllaueai the f largest. active volcano-in
he world, whlcVls . eonsaat emp;
uon ana woica occasionally oyernows.
& .well a th leper eettleipeiit'en ViV
Cpvernor.-a? position; held by? fewratl Isluid of JHolokal; whlcn. la without &
ha'ge of 21, for It entails J a -great
deal of complicated and -arauous. work
a all the; affairs of the; government
pass through the secretary's .. .hands,
before - 4efog seen by .the- Governor j
The,- tmalL matters- .are-' sifted ou . and
only the -ones of Importance gain f no
recognition of , the Governor. There Is,
however, v great deal orentertaip
iHg -and poclety" to attend to, a well
as work, for there are no theaters of
ttaoding there , and v . people,- amuse
.themselves 'by vgiTing-dancea, iennis
!tes, golff parties,ipolo , matches,, etc:
which In mot ti cases ' I waa. .almost
Compelled jto attends -
NsVal Basetrona' Position.
, !The formal Opening of the Natal
b ise at Pear) Harbors on the Island of
Otlru, was, one that- any. one can iwjell
be proud -of having witnessed. as, ft
Is to be one of the strongest positidns
we have In the PacifiCi It is the-only
logical point we have for cd4lln$: be
tween the v Orient ' - and . he ;DnIted
States and with fthe iortlflcatlont -now-
'. being placed here by theOovernnient
IT .. Will ' W.' prHCT.lll7 -upi B5UW-
There is now located. orrJ the t Isloni
one-fifth of the stanfding Army, of i the
Ignited States and during the j year
l?13 10.000 more troopi will be plaeea
ihve -The rertificatlosr 'on 'jthe ts-
laed are -wonderfhl blta of -.engineer
J lng, some'of iwhlchnb; one may .enter,
llhe 16-inch mortars -SM Diamond
I Jead,. controlled "by- a ..tire. 'atatlon
y rnrted but bf the ' peak- off) an ;oW
: trater s mile away, is -i xemtader of
the great rock f Gibraltar.-The pta
mandine bfitftlcers " of ; thqf ; garrison at
Fort Ruger can ttand In jthese a-ooms,
carved out ofthe;Tock-'fld- iook oils
on the enemy iinseen oy tnem irom
a height of 1S00 feet and give the
' position (through electric Instruments
tc the mortars one mile away, which
i . tuning Ttfa-htoin(i ihe rear of
Rio vMnvw . .
th crater, and .so altnated tha!.there
Is'iiOxWarshlp lfi- existence; that cat
reach' them as theangle is so great.
Entertainment Lavish ". v
; "1 went to Pearl Harbor on the first
teat that -ehtered the ; CroUer Cal-fotnia-
the flagship of the-Padfki fleet,
tbpn commanded ' by RearAdmIrar
3hbma. . Tnere: was a- yellow - ribbon
it retched across ; the opening i of . the
harbor arid" ns we passed through the
nmv of the CalifoTBia broke it ln wo
pieces a bit of ;wfcicbr t hate f new in
: -. aiin'M KAMA
my possessiun kuu m .-
it wUl.be greatly prized; ; '
j "Another feature of the position i
:ho eatertalnlnB of distinguished - vis?
i uors. When 'you stop and think of
the meaning of Hawaiian nospttamy
jyou will realize that they were well
leUertalned from the moment they en:
j tcred'the harbor to the time they were
nut oboard ship, with the lels around
their - necks and dhe ' band ' playing
'Aloha Oe. Ihere Is a, great 'deal, to
for in five minutes in an autor"
j bile you can see small bits of five dif
ferent nations. You can see anything
from a Hawaiian village, with the lit-.
. tit taro patches to a miniature Geisha
garden, with the little Japanese girls
'.in ;their native costume, playing xra
their musical instruments and the
1 Japanese men lying around drinking
?irp ' An you nroceed you come to
j the Chinese quarters and hear the. din
of the Chlnete band, which seems to
! be always playing and which sounas
n ore like inferno than anything cilil
ized. The odors that arise from Chi
natown are quickly dispelled as yoa
go on your way to Manna Loe Park
which contains some of the rarest of
tropical plants and which Is a small
"paradise in itself and in which one
would like to linger longer. From
there you can go through miles and
miles of sugar cane and pineapple
Scenery is Gorgeous.
"The most interesting bit of scen
eryis, however, Ithing the 'Pali.' It
is the brink of an extinct crater at
the top of a range of mountains about
2500 feet high, and overlooking the
ccean. It is where in the olden times.
King Kamohanea, the first Krng of
Hawaii, pushed the Oahuan forces
over the precipice to their destruc
tion. From there you can look over
miles of plantations1 with the sea on
one side and the ocean on the of&er.
Here also is the wireless station over
which messiges can be flashed-to
Portland and other cities on the coast,
there now being a night and day ser
vice. With all this to see and many
otber wonderful tights, visitors may
dcubt the best known leper" Islind m.
br-tory; and bere" Mepen from all
xer; the. world are sent .and where a
great many horrible and grewsbme
rssMsTmay-be veen.' -Sly close associay
Hon ' w Ita, , the Secretary t on, j thl.trlp
has been of 'great' Value fo' me for it
is not often that'onb l fortunate
enough to travel around with ronei of
the cabinet officers pf the President w
Travels WtthfKhoXi .' Ti '-idihXi.
"Upon the Invitation of Secretary
Knox I returned with him "as he was
fusing; through Honolulu frona.'Japan
where he had been 1 as Ihe emissary
of the4Jdted Stateal to' thfr funeral !:
the;' JapAnepeEmperor.jThe tri across
cn the cnriser;.Maryland wasl a Ttry
pleasurable- one. ' nad 'freedom Mo
siil .(part pf. th0 ifchlpvandlearBed i
greajt deal about navaL warfare that I
did not know' before and : also -learned
ly .vexpjsrie nce;whati the life ; on the;
ships Nf our navy fa; like We ' were
ertertained everynlghf birthe- qhaTt
eTtfeckrfjRlti JHo. tnnarine,; Hbtfl "and
mpvlng pictnres, although as .we came,
atcadily Serosa-the' Paclllc1" itteut get'
i UngijcotdeniA, grtatideal of -thejUme;
was also passed by the. many various
dvrills, that are held atMlfferfent times
drriag Xhfi .flay"'and,; which are iTery
4nt erestiog. .; v ;f: . W Ik 'CX j
"Upon arrlvkr at' Sele 'the part
split "npi as. Secretary Knox j remained
In Seattle, for two days.-and .Secretary
fVsher iid J myself 'canib immediately
. toPortlaridS -f)'- i:i lt-i!-r
"Wc handle nothing but tHe 'STAN-
r-i DARD of fine furnishings .foremen, in
exclusive designs and nnest materials.
Our Spring stock is now complete. It
comprises) everything, worn by 'men.
young men, and boys.;. . .
Garments for business dress, college,
school, motor, travel and storm service.
Our SILK HOSE and NECKTIE
selections are the -handsomest
- c 1
t ever brought to Honolulu.
.. MM : w
PACIFIC f.A!L !
' The Pacific 'Mall trans-Padfic fleet
baa been temporarily I Increased . by
thei addition of at -least three Urge
i. The big Hner Manchnria that Balled
from. Honolulu last evening bound fox
Japan 'ports, ' Manila and Hongkong;
held cargo consisting almost entirely
of cotton, to the; amount ; of .10,000
The Ofahcntlria Is declared. to ihave.
sailed -from San Francisco,. leaving
behind thousands of tons of this com
modity, destined for Japan, ports. The
contlneal heavy shipments lof "cotton
.from, the mainland totfthe prtent rer
. m . m ft , a r
snuea.in me necessity or iaree sieaa-
Bhips' being5 bartered t at San' Frafl-
clsco , to -transport she - surplus which
could nbt be loaded into the regular
liners 'crossing- the Pacific. The Brit
ish freighter Clan Maclver was
chartered by the Santa Feand sailed
from' Ban Frtnclsco in December witli
a full -cargo, which; was delivered at
Yokohama some days aga
It Is announced the Southern Pa
cific has lust, completed . the charted
ing of. the Norwegiaii freighters Thor
and Terrier. The Terrier 'arrived at
the coast from Norfolk with coal for
the government, a .few days agq, and
is completing discharging ' at - Calfi
fornla City. . The Thor, which, has
run between Nanaimo and' San Fran
cisco ae a coal carrier for some time,
is now steaming north from -Acapulco.
Th eexportatlon of cotton; to . thev
Orient this season wll lreak all fornV
er records. - Every liner from r Pacific
ocast ports Is taking large shipments'
of the ' southern staple - and the sur
plus continues to pile up. The dej
parture of the Terrier and the Thor
is expected to relieve the congestion
for some time. Last year the big
freighter Algoa was' the only vessel to
be chartered tor a specia itrip as a
When, using oil for frying the oily
taste can be taken away by making
the oil very hot, and then fry a piece
of onion in it When brown, take it
d Mvf 1 V ?
OimSTOCK tHANDELIERS ia THElMRGESTllN THE CITY
iUi Fort 3W' Above Hotel
are amenace to. oood itealth and ruination' to. carpets,- clothlrtj an J
books. You need not have them if yeuviit use Raiiurw Spray. (
R A Di U M SP R AYTIs su rt'-'deat h ' to ' ail verm I n such c V si J ve r f ic h,
cockroaches bedbugs, flies and mosquitoes." And will .'' ,:
One of the finest things for automobiles. .' ;- r"A'.' ' V
For sale everywhereif your dealer does not have RADIUM SPRAY,
telephone ,3120 ' v , , -. .... '
Liniments and ointments should al
ways be applied to the patient with
the hand; if applied with cotton or a
cloth the good effect obtained from the
friction would be lost I
It is Impossible to make a natural
ly dark complexion light without In
juring the skin. Pace bleaches
gradually lighten the skin, .but
also destroy the texture of it.
Many. of the
hair ornaments are
W; P. FULLER '&1 CO 's
: is made of pure white lead, pure oxide of zirc. pare lin
seed oil anc coloring pigment, and without an adulterant.
A PAINT FOR BEAUTY AND FOR WEAR. -:" "
Ask for color card.
177 8oJ KlnJ Strsit
well call it the Paradise of the
Pa-made of amber.