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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, MAY 27, 1905
It Pays Bigger Profits and Gives More Satisfaction
THAN OTHER PAINTS
Every business man Is in business to make money, and the underlying principle of money-making now-a-days
is to ALWAYS give the people) whut they ask fop. The merit of the article is to be judged by the user.
If It's GOOD It SELLS.
Because we tell people the simple truth about Paint and Pure Raw Linseed Oil, they ask for " KINLOCH."
Because Kinloch Paint is Good they Iluy it. Because it pnys the dealer a better profit, he handles it.
Because the goads are attractive, he displays them. Because "KINLOCH" IS ALIVIi, a satisfier, a
sales maker, a winner. Becauso it's advertised in his Town, in his County, in his State. That's the reason,
W I i M I THE FOLLOWING I
THE DENVER RENTAL & REPAIR CO.
DENVER, COLO., July 14, 1904.
Kinloch Paint Company, St. Louis, Mo.
Gentlemen: Please ship me another hundred gallons of "Kinloch"
as per color assortment indicated.
I have been in the paint business for the last 21 years and I find
that "Kinloch" paint is the best paint that I have ever used; spreads
better, makes nice hard finish, and goes over more surface per gallon
than anv paint I have ever used. All my customers are well pleased
FRANK P. FORTUNE.
Astrology ir.eans the "Science of
the stars." The encyclopedia calls
untrology "one of the most ancient
forms of superstition." Chaldeans,
Egyptians, Hindoos and Chinese
were given to it. The Jews became
addicted to it after the captivity.
It spread into the west and into
Rome at about the beginning of the
Christian era. Astrologers play
ed an important part at Rome,
where they were called Chaldeans
and mathematicians." Although they
were ofteu banished by the senate
and the emoerors on pain of death
and were otherwise persecuted, they
continued to hold their ground.
Even Ptolemy the astronomer did
not escape the infection, which In
his time bad been universal.
Mohammedanism was well adapted
to astrology, and the Arabs cnltiva
ted the "science" with great ardor
To Be Fashionably Dressed
now-a-days does not necessarily mean that you
must have your clothes made lo measure.
With the facilities at hand at the workshop of
for turning out Hlh Class Tailor Made
Goods you receive all the benefit of made-to-measure
clothes, with the additional bene
fits of the knowledge, of this well known and
strictly reputable house, of what
Fabrics and Patterns are Correct
This your local tailor may know, but cannot
afford to carry in stock. When you put on a
Tailor made suit you have the pleasure
in knowing that you are correctly and fashion
ably attired, at a third less money than if
NO BETTER CLOTHES ARE MADE
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Sole Agents i for Island of Maul
from the seventh to the thirteenth
century. Some of the early Christian
fathers argued against astrology in
its earlier form and others received
it modified to some extent. There
is a hint of astrology, some critics
think, in the story of the visit of the
three wise men from the east to
Bethlehem at the time of the Nativi
Probably the palmiest days of as
trology were the fourteenth and
fifteenth centuries. At two of the
oldest universities in Europe chairs
w:e founded for its teaching at
the Bologna and at Padua. No
prince's court was complete without
its astrologer. After the renais
sance the study of astrology was
vigorously opposed, though for cen
turies many men continued to be
lieve in it, among whom, at least to
a certain extent, was Napoleon.
The merciless ridicule of Swift had
much to do with its discredit An
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ALBERTO ABRIL Y CA.
HABANA, August 25th, de 1904.
Kinloch Paint Co., St. Louis, Mo., U. S. A.
Gentlemen: Kinloch Paint has been used on office buildings and
residences here with perfect satisfaction. One difficult job completed
mine time ago is an eleven room residence of hewn stone with which
the painters, Juan Huigos y Nable, are particularly pleased. It was
given only one coat of grey, with steel color ftr trimmer, and looks
as bright and as solid and fast as could be desired. The wail and
paint dried together perfectly hard and smooth and you may use this
statement as you like for it is perfectly true.
Yours very truly,
Hoopskirt Has Returned Again.
CHICAGO (III.), Ma 10.- Hoop
skirts have again made their appear
andc in Chicago. The latest coming
out of the anti-bellum article was at
the Chicago convention ot the Chi
cago Dressmakers' Club at the Strat
ford Hotel. Mine. M. J. Hosac, pre
sident of the club, had a special
design of hoopskirt which she demon
strated on the form of Miss Anna
Schubert, the model.
"I will show that this hoopskirt is
not the old Johnnie conies-marching-home
sort, but, of course, we can't
say how far it will develop," said
Mine. Hosac, as she led Miss Anna to
a chair and seated her with comfort,
her skirts still on the floor in front.
'The old sort, you know, used to
fly up in front. Now we can make
hoopskirts, supply 'full effect' around
the hips, and still leave it possible for
the wearer to climb on street oars,
get in and out of her carriage, and
do any other thing that it would bo
possible to do with other sort of
Dressmakers say the hoopskirt is
going to be all the rage in Chicago in
a short time.
Will Not Restore World's Fair
ST. LOUIS (Mo.), Nay 9. Con
troller Playter intimated to the
Ways and Means Committee of the
House of Delegates at the committee
raeetiug to day that it wes the in
tention of the management of the
Louis'ana Purchasing Company to
make no attempt to restore Forest
The Controller led the committee to
believe the company had found that
tli6 park could not be restored except
at very great cost, and that it had
reached a decision to forfeit its $200,
000 bond. The question arose through
the discussion of the possiblity of
constructing a five-mile speedway,
which horsemen want built just out
side Forest Park. Mr. Playter told
the committee that he believed it
would be possible to provide for such
a speedway with the money which
the world's Fair would pay to the
city in lieu of constructing the park.
More Consideration For Jews In
LONDON, May 11. The Jewish
Chronicle to-day announces; "We are
informed on high authority that im
portant developments r.iay bo antici
pated in the situation of Jews in Rus
sia. We are informed that a mea
sure U more than under considera
tion which will give unhoped-for relief
to Jews. Absolute freedom of move
ment and residence will be granted
in all cities and towns, but not in
villages, as the authorities are not
willing to run the risk of a repetition
of the Kishineff affair.
"We understand that the murder
of Jews causes the Government more
anxiety than of persons of other na
tionalities becauso of the reprobation
it arouses In Europe."
Mrs. Nuwed Yes, I tried to get
some of those fancy teacups today,
but the man wouldn't break the set.
Mr. Nuwed Why didn't you get
the set and let cook break it? New
Kaiser Hints at War With Japan.
BERLIN. May ll.-Emperor Wil
liam, addressing the higher officers
during a review of troops at Strass
burg today, said, according to the
Strassburg Buefger Zeilung, whose
statements may be taken with some
"The Russian army which fought
at Moukdcn had become enervated
by immorality and drunkenness. On
ly in this way can its defeat at Mouk
den l-c explained. As Russia has
shown weakness in the presence of
the yellow danger, circumstances
might arise which would place upon
Germany the task of opposing this
danger. Officers and men must
spend their time well, so that they
shall not fall into immorality and in
Dismiss Big Suit Against
BOSTON, May 11. "Neither
party; no further action to be
brought," is the simple statement of
the settlement of the suit brought by
Frederick R. Coudert and Paul Full-
er of New York against Thomas W,
ijawsou ior fD,uuu, winch was
written on the back of the writ filed
with the clerk of the Supreme Court
to-day. Mr. Lawson said tonight
that the terms of the settlement were
that the plaintiffs should pay hiiu
$11,000 as counsel fees and 110 further
action would be taken in the case.
Germans to Man the Russian
FRANKFORT, May 10. The
Frankfort Zeitung to-day says it has
received advices from Hambnrg to
the effect that agents of the Russian
government have completed arrange
ments through the Society of Ger
man Captains and Officers of the
Commercial Marine for the enlist
ment of officers and crews for the
transport ships which are to accom
pany the fifth division of the Russian
second Pacific squadron to the Far
East. These crews, it is added, will
proceed to Libau on tho Baltic sea.
"May the saints preserve ye,"
said ar. old woman who had been
given a quarter by Representative
Cooper, of Wisconsin, "an may
every hair o' your head be a candle
to light your way to glory!" Well,
it won't be such a dod-gasted
torchlight procession at that," Mr.
Coopor answered, as a gust of wind
took off his hat, showing a hhining
Two little girls became involved
in a quarrel, the other day, which
culminated in physical violence. One
of the mothers took her little daugh
tar to task very severely. Wishing
to emphasize the enormity cf her
offense, tho mother said: It's the
devil who tells you to do such naughty
things." Tho little girl replied be
tween sobs: Ho may have told mo
to pull her hair, but I thought of
kicking her shins all by myself." Ex.
"And what is the neatest, prettiest
thing iu waists for the season?"
Mr. Vansaot thought a moment
and replied solemnly:
"The tenant!" Baltimore News.
LOUIS EINSTEIN & CO.
FRESNO, CAL., Dec., 7, 1904.
The Kinloch Paint Co., St. Louis, Mo.
Gentlemen: It is now six months since we commenced handling
Kinloch paint, and we feel assured that the showing made in the
elapsed time augurs well for large sales of our goods in the future.
Our sales have made it possible to now order this carload of Kin
loch which is probably the first carload shipment that has lieen made
to any one dealer in this city.
Our success has been due to the readiness with which the painters
took to the Kinloch argument, and partly to the severe climatic test
that it has been subjected to here.
Very truly yours,
Louis Einstein & Co.,
By II. G UNDER FINGER.
To Build Many Ships For Czar.
PHILADELPHIA, May 9. Eight
battle ships and twenty cruisers, ar
mored and second class, to cost ap
proximately $115,000,000, will be built
for tho Russian Government by
American shipbuilders, according to
a representative cf the Russian Ad
miralty who arrived in this city to
day. This supports the statements
in recent cablegrams that a large
part of the work of constructing the
new Russian navy will come to the
In speaking of plans to increase
the strength of the Russian navy the
representative of the Russian Ad
miralty said that fiftv-four vessels in
all, including destroyers, would be
built. He added that Charles M.
Schwab and other Americans would
surely obtain contracts for move than
a third of the vessels to be built.
FOR JULY -4, 1905
Three-eights Mile Dash. Ponies 14 hands or under.! 25.00
One-half Mile Dash. (Japanese to ride) Maiden.. 25.00
Trotting and Pacing to harness 2:17 class 150.00
Three-quarters Mile Dash. Free for all 150.00
One-half Mile Dash. Maui-bred. (maiden) 50.00
One Mile Dash. Mule race 40.00
Trotting and Pacing to harness best 3 in 5. Horses
with a record of 2:17 or better to race in cart 175.00
Three-quarters Mile Dash. Japs to ride $35 & $10. .. 45.00
One Mile Dash. Free for all Running Race 175.00
Trotting and racing best 2 in 3. Green horses. Y 100.00
One Mile Dash. Japanese to ride $40. & $15 55.00
Trotting and Pacing. Mile heats, First two in three
To he driven by the members of either the Hono -lulu,
Hilo or Maui Jockey Club. SAMBO,
DANNY HEALEY and CYCLONE Barred 100.00
One-half Mile Dash. Free for all Maui horses. .. . 100.00
One-half Mile POLO PONY Race. Ponies that play
ed in polo games to he ridden by members of Polo
Clubs. Welter Weights. Solid Gold Medal 50.00
Three to enter and two to start. Races to begin at 9:30. All Bids
for privi leges must be accompanied with a certified check or its
equivalent. Entries close at 12. M. on Friday June 30th. 1905.
SUBJECT TO CHANGE
D. L. MEYER,
Carrier Pigeon Habits.
The carrier pigeon when traveling
never feeds. If the distance be long,
it flies on without stopping to take
nutriment, and at last arrives, thin,
exhausted and almost dying. If corn
be presented to it, it refuses to eat,
contenting itself with drinking a
little water and then sleeping. Two
or three hours later it begins to eat
with great moderation and sleeps
again Immediately afterwards. If
its flight has been very prolonged, .
the pigeon will proceed in this man
ner for 4 hours before recovering its
normal mode of feeding. Ex
After a visit to the Cramp yards the
Russian agent will go to New York
to meet Schwab, w';o will arrive from
Europe on Wednesday.
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