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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1910
urr rs loan you a
BOILER TUBE CLEANER
i if ii ft
Planks in New Nationalism riatfornt
icggested by Colonel Bnosjvclt.
lor m thorough trlol In one boiler.
If we can't prove that you do have scale in spito of what yon
mny be doing to comhnt it, and if we can't prove that the DEAN
removes node more thoroughly, with greater case, in less time, nt
a smaller cost tlian any other device on the market, you may Utx
it up and return it at our expense.
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
The name that you always find on the very boat
Sporting Goods made. We are the Spalding Distri
butors for this Territory and carry a splendid stock
" of these well known goods.
( Do you play Base ball, jAiot ball, Basket ball,
, Tennis, Golf, Hand ball, Croquet or any of the mitny
games that are played in these Islands? vIf you do,
or if you go in for Athletics of any sort, send to US
for your equipment and we will guarantee satisfaction .
E. 0, HALL& SON, Ltd.
The World's highway
Tjie World's travel passes through
Honolulu. All indications point to a
great growth in the importance of our
city; and this means a steady upwaid
'rise in real estate values.
NOW IS THE TIME
TO GET A HOME
COLLEGE HILLS LOTS
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
Large, delicious queen olives, picked right,
packed right and will taste right. Not coarse
or fibrous. The choicest olives on the market.
Ask. your dealer for them
H. Haclckl r&i&o., Ltd.
-v WHOLESALE ifcOTEKS.
1. Elimiiiatiou of sx-cial inter
ests from polities.
2. Complete publicity of color
-V Passage of law prohibiting
the use of corporate funds for politi
4.. Government supervision of
the capitalization of public service
and other . corporations doing an
5. Personal responsibility of olli-
cers and directors ot corporations
which break the law.
(i. Increase in the power of the
federal bureau of corporations and
the interstate commerce commis
sion, to control combinations m
7. Itevision of the tariff, one
schedule at a time, tin the basis of
information furnished by an expert
8. Graduated income tax and a
graduated inheritance tax.
9. Readjustment of the country's
financial system to prevent repeti
tion of periodical financial panics.
10. Maintenance of an efficient
army and a navy large enough to
insure the respect of other nations,
as a guarantee of peace.
11. Use of national resources for
the benefit of all the people- , .
12. Extension of the work of
the department jf agriculture to
take in all phases -of life on the
13. Regulation of the terms and
conditions of labor by means of
comprehensive acts and state and
national laws to regulate child labor,
the work of women, sanitation and
safety appliances. k
14. Clear division of authority
between the national and the vari
oils state governments.
l.i. Direct primaries, associated
with laws against corrupt practices.
10. Publicity of campaign con
tributions lefore and after elections.
17. Prompt removal of unfaith
ful or incompetent public servants.
18. Provisions against the per
formance of any service for inter
state corporations' or the reception
of any compensation from such cor
porations by national officers.
Great Stretches of Waste Land Being
' Reclaimed in India.
An echo of the boom in rubber
that extends all around the world is
given in a report from Consul-General
T James. Du Boisat Singapore.
An increase in demand has caused
extremely high prices in the rubber
markets and one result lias been the
planting of rubber trees on a tre
mendous scale wherever the soil
favors its growth.
Mr. Du Bois says that the eastern
rubber boom has caused the flotation
of 75 companies with 3o,000,(KX)
shares, captilized at nearly $80,000,-
000 gold. The amount actually ex
pended by the companies, the consul-general
says, represents only a
modest part of the total value set
upon these properties by the specu
Wide reaches of waste land on the
island nt Singapore, formerly used
in the grow th of coffee and pepper,
are being planted with thousands of
rubljer plants. In Malacca there
were formerly many square miles of
land covered with lalang, the hiding
place of the tigers, which have been
transformed into fine rubber plan
Dr. Gilinan, Has Given the WorM a
Cure For ths Deadly Cancer.
Pie fore a scoru of the leading phy
sicians of ! Sniii Francisco Dr P. K.
Oilman, professor of surgery in the
Philippine medical school and sur
geon in chief to the general hospital
in Manila, who recently arrived in
San Francisco, gave two demonstra
tions of a cancer, cure discovered by
him after years of research, the
operations being conducted on pa
tients at the Southern Pacific hos
pital by arrangement with Doctor
Auisworth, surgeon in chief of the
institution. Tlie experiments were
identically the same, as 20 others
made by Doctor Gilinan in the Phil
ippine islands, 18 of which were
eminently successful. This fact
places Doctor Gilinan in the front
rank of medical scientists, and
there is little doubt in the minds of
physicians that at last there has
been discovered a cure for the
disease which hitherto has baflled
medical research the world over.
Of the two cases which failed out
of his 20 experiments in the Philip
pines it is believed that the failures
were brought about by insufficient
care being given to aseptic details.
While Doctor O'lman has not .yet
made public his discovery, his
phenomenal achievement has been
whispered around the worjd and
already he is being flooded with tele
grams and inquiries. A medical
society in the east has offered to
place him iu charge of a hospital
where he may have full opportunity
of continuing his work. , The Bri
tish medical society has asked for
demonstrations and the British
government desires him to. exhibit
his prowess at the Royal cancer
institute. ' "
Under the circumstances , the
operations at the Southern Pacific
hospital were watched "with .the
keenest interest. Of the doctors
and nurses not one but was aware
that he was viewing one of the most
important discoveries of the century.
And their excitement was intensi
fied when it developed that the cure,
like other fumed discoveries, was
the essence of simplicity.
In effect it consists of extracting
the vaccine from the tumor of the
patient, converting it into a serum
and injecting it back again. By
this a negative result is produced.
The serum is nothing nfore than a
homogeneous suspension of dead
bacteria in physiologic salt solution,
mixed with a preservative.
"The simplicity of the discovery,"
said Doctor Coffey, one of the sur
geons of the Southern Pacific hospi
tal, ''almost makes one smile. It
reminds us of the old time terrors
of the diphtheria baccilli which we
now are overcoming every day. I
sincerely believe, that. Doctor Gil
man has succeeded A'hfre so many
others have failed. Without being
technical, the operation consists
solely iiextractingthe vaccine from
the infected spot, transforming it
into a serum by a simple process
and injecting it buck again.
"This, the experiments have
shown, produces the negative result
which has bcun sought so assidu
ously for many years in cases of
The Faithful Stars.
Rolert Burdette writing in the
Los Angeles Times speaks of curious
prophecies that never came to pass
and says: 1 have often listened to
my father tell of the great meteoric
shower of ISM. He told me how
they watched the stars streaming
downward from the skies until it
seemed there wouldn't lie one star
left in the heavens. 'And the next
night he watched with awe and
curiosity to see what ft starless sky
on a clear night would look like.
And one by one the stars tame out
every one that he knew by sight
or name1 one by one the old con
stellations marched out on the azure
field and took their majestic way
across the skies in the old order.
Not one missing. Not a vacant file
in the symmetrically irregular ranks.
The same constellations at which
Job had gazed and David had won
dered. Every star iu its place.
Notice's Board of Public Lands.
Notice is hereby given that thefo ow
ing applications are before this BoHrd
for Consideration. All persons desiring
to object because the lands named should
be houiesteaded, or otherwise, are re
quested to present such objections to this
Hoard in writing, or in person on October
8th, 1910, Ht 2 p. til. at the Executive
Building, Honolulu, T. II.
ISLAND OH MAUI:
General lease of Government lands iu
Maluaka, Mooiki, Mooloa, Kanaia, etc.,
in Honuaula; Grazing lands, area 10230
acres; Upset Rental f 200 per year; Appli
cation for. lease, J. H. Raymond.
J. F. BROWN,
( Secretary, Hoard of Publ c Lauds.
Aug. 13 Oct. 1.
Olelo lloolaha) Papa o na Aina
Ke hoolahaia aku nei ua waihoia mai
keia 111 au noi e noouooia e keia Papa.
O na kanaka apau e tnakeniake ana e
kue no ke kunm ua makemakeia na aina
i hoikeia i uiau aina home liilii, a no ke-
kahi kutuu e ae paha, ke koiia aku nei e
waiho uiai i ua niau kuinu kue ata imua
o keia Papa ma ke kakau, a i ol? ma ka
hele kino ana ae ma ka- la 8 o Okatoba,
1910 hora a o ka auina la, ma ka Hale
Maim Hooko, Honolulu, T. H. , '
MOKUPUNI O MACI:
Hoolimalimaj? ili Jaula i na Aina Au-
puui o Maluaka, Mooiki, MooloaKana
ia, a pela, aku ma Honuaula. He aina
hanai boloholona, nona ka ili he 10230
Eka; Uku hoolimaliuia $200 o ka maka
hiki; Mea makeuiake hoolimalima, J. II.
J. P. BROWN.
Kakauolelo, Papa o na Aiua AupUni.
Avisos Junta De Terras Pulicas.
Aviso e por este tneio dado que as se-
guintes applicacoes estao pernnte esta
Junta para consideracao. Todas as pes
soas que desejarem por obejeccao porque
as terras mencionadas devein ser dotni
ciliadas (para homesteades) ou de outra
forma, sao, requesitadas a appreseutarem
taes obejeccoes a esta Junta por escripto,
ou em pessoa no dia 8 de Outubro de 1910
as duas horas da tarde no Edificio F.xc-
utivo, Honolulu, T. H.
ILHA DE MAUI:
Arrendamento geral das terras do
Governo em Maluaka, Mooiki, Mooloa,
Kanaia, etc. em Honuaula; terras pasto-
raes, area 10230 acres; Renda aprecada
em 1 2oopor anno; Applicante ao arrenda
mento, J, H. Raymond,
J. F. BROWN, .
Secretario da Junta de Terras Publicas.
Aug. 13. Oct. 1.
NOTICE TO CANDIDATES.'
POR DELEGATES, SENATORS AND
A general election for Delegate to
Congress and for Senators aud Represen
tatives to the Territorial Legislature be
ing required by law to be held on
Tuesday, November 8, 1910;
Attention is called .to Sections 31,32
and 69, and paragraphs 8 aud 9 of Sec
tion 108, of the Revised Laws, and to
Section 85 of the Organic Act, as amend
ed by Act of June 28, 1906, Chapter 3582,
34 Statutes at Large, 550; aud more par
icularly to the following provision of
Section 31 of the Revised Laws, viz:
"NO PERSON SHALL BE PERMIT
TED TO STAND AS A CANDIDATE
POR ELECTION TO THE LEGISLA
TURE UNLESS HE SHALL BENOMI,
NATED AND SO REQUESTED IN
WRITING, SIGNED. BY NOT LESS
THAN TWENTY-FIVE DULY QUALI
FIED ELECTORS OF THE DISTRICT
IN WHICH AN ELECTION IS OR
DERED AND IN WHICH HE IS RE
QUESTED TO BE A CANDIDATE.
SUCH NOMINATION SHALL, EX
CEPT AS HEREINAFTER PROVID
ED, BE DEPOSITED WITH THE
SECRETARY OF THE TERRITORY
NOT LESS THAN THIRTY DAYS BE
FORE THE DAY OF A GENFRAL
ELECTION EXCEPT ON THE
ISLAND OF OAHU, WHERE SUCH
NOMINATION SHALL BE DEPOSIT
ED NOT LESS THAN TEN DAYS BE
FORE THE DAY OF ANY ELECTION."
The name or names of the candidate
or candidates will be printed with the
Hawaiian or English equivalent, if such
there be, If the can lidate shall so re
quest Die 111 writing at the time his
nomination is hied.
EAClf NOMINATION MUST BE AC
COMPANIED BY A DEPOSIT OF
Nominations must be deposited with
me before twelve o'clock midnight, on
October 9, 1910, except on the Island of
Oubu, where such nominations must be
deposited with me before twelve o'clock
midnight on October 29, 1910.
NOMINATION PEES MUST BE
PAID IN CASH OR BY POSTOFFICE
MONEY ORDER MADE PAYABLE
E. A. MOTT -SMITH,
Secretary of Hawaii
Honolulu, T. H., 1910.
Sept. 17, 24, Oct. I,
NOTICE OF ELECTION OF DELE
GATE TO CONGRESS. .
An election for Delegate to the House
of Representatives of the United States
to serve during the 62nd Congress being
required by law to be held on Tuesday,
November 8, 1910, at such places as may
be designated by the Secretary of the
Territory, I hereby give notice that such
election will be held at such places
throughout the Territory as have betn
designated by the Governor for the
election of Senators and Representatives
to the Legislature of the Territory of
E. A. MOTT-SMITH,
Secretary of Hawaii.
Sept. 17, 24. Oct. I. ' -.
NOTICE TO CANDIDATES.
The twenty-five electors who sign
nomination papers must be chosen faoin
electors qualified to vote at this, not the
last, election. Candidates should there
fore verify the names of the elector
who sign their nomination papers by
ascertaining from the chairman of the
registration board in the district from
which they are nominated whether at
least twenty-five of such names have
been duly registered on the Register of
Voters as electors duly qualified to vote
at the election to be held on November
E. A. MOTT-SMITH,
Secretary of Hawaii.
Sept. 17. 24, Oct. 1.
AN ORDINANCE PROHIBITING THE
PASTUREING, GRAZING OR FEED
ING OF ANY ANIMAL OR ANIMALS
UPON ANY PUBLIC SCHOOL LOT,
SQUARE OR PARK WITHIN THE
COUNTY OF MAUI, AND PROVID
ING A PENALTY FOR THE VIOLA
Be it Ordained by the Board of Super
visors within and for the County of
Section I. It shall hereafter be un
lawful for any person to pasture, graze
or feed any horse, mule, ass, swine, goat,
sheep or other animal of which he is the
owner, or in whose possession and con
trol the same may be, upon any public
school lot, square or park within the
County of Maui. ;
Section a. Any person who shall vio
late any of the provisions of Section I of
this Ordinance shall, upon conviction
thereof, be fined in a sum not less than
f 5 nor more than $15, together with costs
of Court; and, in the event of default of
payment of such fine and costs shall be
imprisoned until the same shall have
been discharged by operation of the
general laws applicable to such cases.
Section 3. This ordinance shall take
effect from and after its publication once
a week for the period of two consecutive
weeks in a newspaper of general circula
tion published in the County of Maui,
and the posting ot a true copy thereof
upon a bulletin board in front of or near
the rooms occupied by the - Board of
I hereby certify that the foregoing Or
dinance upon consideration had and vote
taken, was passed by the Board of Super
visors of Maui bounty on the 8th day of
September, 1910, at theit regular month
ly meeting held in Wailuku, Maui.
(Sgn.) Wm. FRED KAAE,
Clerk of the Board of Supervisors.
Sept. 17, 24, Oct. I. .
Resolution No. 13T3.
Presented by George Kaui, Supervisor.
Be It Resolved by the Board of Super
visors of the County of Maui, Territory
of Hawaii, that the Rules and Regula
tions of the Wailuku-Kahului Water
Works as read before the Board of Super
visors in and for the County of Maui, on
the 9th day of September, 1910, bt and
the same are hereby adopted and ap
proved by this Board to take effect on the
1st day of October, 1910. ,
Provided, however, that all subscribers
of the Wailuku-Kahului Water Works
whose meters have not been installed
prior to October 1st, 1910, shall pay the
same water rate as has been heretofore
assessed against them from time to time
until these meters shall have been in
stalled. All resolutions, rules and regulations
appertaining to the Wailuku-Kahului
Water Works in conflict with this reso
lution are hereby repealed.
Seconded by Theo. T. Meyer, Supervisor.
(Sigued) Wm. Fred. KAAE,
Clerk of the Board of Sepervisors for
the County of Maui.
Sept. 14, 24, Oct 1.
Notice te Homesteaders.
Petition for the opening of the Govern
ment lands must be made on blanks is
sued by the Commissioner of Public
Lands, copies of which may be obtained
in person cr will be majled on request, at
the office of the Sub-Agents or at the of
fice of the Commissioner of Public lands
Dated wt Honolulu, August 10, I910.
Commissioner of Public Lands,
Aug. 20, to Oct. 8.