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SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1905
Mix it Yourself and You know its Good.
"Kinloch" is not a ready mixed
paint, ana in buying it you pay a
A 14 year-old boy can mix the
"Kinloch" and the oil: Simply
"Pure Linseed Oil is the whole
Life and Durability of any
fair price for I he Concentrut.pd and Fnre Paint alone,
and tlie market price for Kuw Linseed Oil, and know
what you are getting instead of paying tho ready
mixed paint price for the canned "oil" that constitutes
half its bulk, when the market price for the pure nil
is only about one third that yon have to pay for the
canned oil in the ready-mixed. t
stir them together, gallon for gallon, no more, no less,
and nothing else; and vou have an absolutely pure
linseed oil paint ready for the brush. All the neccessary
driers, turpentine, etc. (everything except the raw
oil) are already ground into the Kinloch Paint.
Paint" the practical painter's commonest axiom and
when you buy "Kinloch" and get the Uuv Oil separate
ly, you thus remove almost the kouI source of
paint adulteration, and secure your own absolute
knowledge and guarantee of tlm basis upon which all
paint durability is founded.
THE MAUI NEWS-
IOO lbs. Lead at 8c
5 1-4 Cals. Oil at 75c , ,
1-4 Gal Dryer , . , ,
Makes 6 3-4 Cals. Paint for
Or $1.82 per Gal.
One gallon of Kinloch I'aint.
BISMARK STABLES CO.Ltd
and SALES STABLES
The BISMARK STABLES
proposes to run the Leading Livery
Stable Business on MAUI
DRUMMERS' LIGHT WAGQNS
Excursion Rates to Iao and Hale
akala with competent guides
NEW RIGS- -NEW TEAMS
HACKS. BUGGIES, SADDLE HORSES
AT ALL HOURS
Competent and careful drivers.
first-Class Turnouts Constantly
on Hand. Special attention to
Tourist Parties. Skillful Guides
to Iao ond Haleakala.
Headquarters for Commercial Men
CONVEYANCES MEET ALL STEAMERS
VVailuku r Lahaina Sta&e
Leaves VVailuku dally at 1:30 p. m.
' Lahaina " at 8:30 a. in.
ANTONB do REGO, - Mgr.
WELL DRESSED IS HALF, THE BATTLE
Wear Tailor-Made Clothing
Hoffman & Rothchild
. . . And win in the end . . .
mixed with ono gallon of oil, makes two gallons of paint ready for use, each gallon of which will usually cover, with two coats; 300 square feet of surface.
If You are ex Property Owner Vou must te Interested.
KAHULUI RAILROAD COMPANY.
REDHOUSE & NICHOLSON
Watchmaker and Jewelers
Pk'.iii and complicated watch work
etc., receives prompt attention if
sent to us. We wilt also make
periodica! calls at Wailuku. Our
work we guarantee to be satis
factory. Honolulu, T. 11.
Dyer and Cleaner
Cleaning, Dyeing and Repairing.
Satisfaction Guaranteed. Give
me a call. Prices reasonable
Contractor & Ftulcttsr
Paints, Oils A Glass
Market Street, Vailuku
Te'ephone 4. P. O. Box 17.
J. A. HARRIS
IUNAWAKI SI. WAILUKU
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The Wire In Wur.
Twenty yars airo one's youth al
ways saw the battle through the eyes,
of the galloping aide-de camp. One
followed him from that little clump of
trees which marked the general's
headquarters out Into the field, down
the little valley, into the white, roll
ing smoke beyond which lay the
battle between the corps and
the-: division of the enemy. Ima
gination had a tew lapses, possibly
during ti e journey, and then leaped
on, and one was with the commander
of the corps in the thick of the
fight, and above the roar of musketry
the dull, si Hen boom of tbe field
pieces one heard the sound of a gal
loping horse. One always looked up
and saw tin loam-flecked steed plung
ing widly on, and the aid-de-camp,
begrimed, bloody, grim, waving the
orders above bis bared head. 'It was
fine, even in a wood cut.
But o.'e regrets to observe that
the present conflict b tween Russia
and Japan is unmarked by any of
these valorous deeds. So far as is
known no aius-de-camp have fallen
dead at Oyama's f-et with their
messages barely delivered. The gal
loping horse of the wounded messen
gi r has been omitted. Instead, Mar
shall Oycma pokes his fingi r tnto a
bell button and calls an orderly.
'"Le good enough to ring up War 655
and tell Colonel Fujiyama that he is
to keep on fighting, for General Hi
roshinia's brigade is coming. Ring
up March 3467 and tell General Hiro
shima that he must relieve Colonel
Fujiyama at 9:43, and I shall expect
the Russians to begin to retreat at
10:07." Having delivered this order,
Field Marshall Oyama will pick up a
knee telephone and listen to the
reports of all his commauders within
the range of one hundred miles.
It is the wire that rules destinies
nowadays. In olden times discreet
ancestors, disliking to be continually
One Gal. "KINLOCH"
One Cal. Raw Oil . ,
Makes 2 Cals. Paint for
Or S1.50 per Cal.
asked questions for which the answer
was not known, stated with the ut
most dogmatism that curiosity in one
instance resulted in the decease of a
cat. But in this hour when we know
of Kuropatkin's defeat as soon as
does his Czar, we have added to the
adage of our fathers the comforting
assurance that Information brought
the cat to life again. The only ques
tions left unanswerable are those
pertaining to humanity. There is no
wire in the human heart. But the
old, loved, adored aid-de-camp knew
the way there. S. F. Argonaut.
Federal Secret Service
Washington, April 19. Chief
Wilkie has started for Honolulu
where he will established a branch of
the United States secret service.
John Elbert Wilkie, chief of the
United Stated Secret Service, was
born ir Elgin, 111., April 27, 1860.
He graduated from Chicago High
School, He began newspaper work
on the Chicago Times in September,
1877, an! was twice abroad as its
i epresentatfve. In 1831 he joined
the local force of the Chicago
Tribune and was successively re
porter, assistant city editor, city
editor and crmmercial editor until
1893 In that year he went to
London and engaged In banking and
stf amship business. In 1896 the re
turned to the United States and
resumed special work on the Chioago
newspapers making a specialty of
criminal Investigations. He was
selected by Secretary Gage as chief
of the United States Secret Service
in February 1898 and organized a
special emergency force of men to
checkmate the Spanish spies during
the Spanish-American war. He
succeeded in driving from this
country the chief Spanish emissaries
and arrested their best spies. He
married April 27, 1882, Miss Janet
SMARTLY ATTIRED LADIES
Wear the Celebrated
We've got tliem in the Very Latest
SPRING DESIGNS f
Rubber Cultivation In Ceylon
There have been attempts, mostly
expermintnl, du.ing the last twenty
five years or more, to cultivate rub
ber in Celvon. One thousand nine
hundred plants of Para rubber (He
veo brasiliensis) were imported in
1886 in Wardian cases, 90 per cent,
of which arrived safely. They were
to be nursed in the local government
gardens for transmission to Assam,
Burma, and other hot, damp prov
inces of India. The Hevea and Cas
tilloa, were the first to receive at
tention for local purposes, while the
Ceara secured the attention of coffee
planters for a time, owing presum
ably to its rapid growth at Henerat
godo Gardens, 17 miles from Colombo
elevation: 64 feet above sea level.
This growth amounted to 2 feet per
month, and planting experience
seems to indicate that it would grow
almost anywhere in Ceylon up to
3.000 feet elevation. Doctor Trien,
the late director . of the Royal Bo
tanical Gardens at Peradeniya, re
ported in 1883, re Ceara, as follows:
"While it is found that the yield of
individual trees varies extremely,
none of the experimenters are satis
fied that the small quantity obtainable
by present methods is sufficient to
make the cultivation profitable at
existing prices of rubbor."
The price of rubbrr at that period,
in Loudon, was equal to 45 cents per
In a report a year later (1884) he
hazarded an opinion that "trees of
an older growth and larger size
might yield more milk," and adds
that ''one of the original trees at
Peradeniya nearly 8 years old and
about 14 inches in diameter has late
ly been cut down in making a new
path; this tree had been thoroughly
drained of milk in 1882, but now, on
repeating the operation, nearly 1
cents' worth of rubber was obtained
by the destruction of a tree which
had not been tapped for two years.
Plans to Enlarge Oahu College.
Honolulu April 20. The trustees
of Oahu College have some lare
building plans in contemplation,
plans which will require $150,003 to
carry out, ond already $70,000 of the
amount has been pledged, $20,000 by
one man and $50,000 by another. '
P. C. Jones, one of the trutees,
who made this onnouncemeiit at the
Bingham Memorial dedication yes
terday afternoon, says he does not
think there will be any difficulty in
sf-curing the whole amount required.
The plans in contemplation include
the tearing down of all the dormitory
buildings except the red brick one,
and the removal of the President's
residence to about mauka of Charles
R. Bishop hall. Then two dormi
tories, one for boys and one for girls,
are to be built nearby connected
wtb collonades, with a dining room
in between. '
Thij will open up all the space
now occupied by the present dormi
tory building's and permit of re
arrangement of drives and walks,'
and a plan for the progressive de
v elopment of building operations.
Mont Pelee Again Active
Paris, Apnl 17. A despatch to
the Matin from Fort de France,
island of Martinique, says Mount Pe
lee is again active. It is discharging
molten lava, flashes of light bra
seen issuing from the crater and
rumblings are heard uuderg round
n the vicinity of the mountain.
New Missionary " Can you tell me
what has beeome of my predecessor?
Cannibal Chief" He made a trip into
toe interior." Washington Life.
" I wish Willie Saphed would hurry up
his proposal." " But you arn't going to
accept hi'ti " x " I know it. I want him
to propose so I can get rid of him.