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Scientific Jail Breaker, and Mile.
Edtnunda, the Pyschic Wonder, on
Saturday, Monday and Tuesday,
April 27, 29 and 30.
Mr. Cunning has proved himself
to be a past mastor, and has offered
to allow himself to be handcuffed
and shackled and thrown off the
wharf at Kahului, and guarantees to
tfreo himself before rising to the stir
lace of the water, or to be placed m
any bank vault or prison cell with
that perfect assurance that abso
li lutcly nothing can hold hitn. When
asked how ho docs things, he said
Its in knowing a little more about
jf locks than the other fellow," and
it then ho smiles that irrestistible fas-
fe, cinating smile of his that is his
principal asset. Also Mile. Ed
tnundii in l'hysological Phenomena.
it you want to mini ot missing
friends and rt'lutit,-H, lost articles,
etc. If you want advice on love
matrimony, business or any other
problems ask Mile. Edmunda,
what you know can't happen, does
happen, and though you don't be
lieve it, you see it. '
Capt. Tullc tt, the popular captain
of the Mikahalu, returned to his
rihip last week, after a two months
trip to the coast. Captain Tullett
is enthusiastic over a farm which lie
bought while away, and if the glow
ing reports which he brings back
with him, arc all true, he 1ms every
reason to be pleased.
When you can buy property,
with running water, electric lights,
and other modern improvements,
in the buildings, and the laud all
planted with bearing fruit trees, for
$120 an acre, as he has, then home
steading in Hawaii is a joke. How
ever, the captain, dins bought his
farm, 'his familyare! living on it,
and are perfectly satisfied to btay in
California. The captain expects to
join them, after he put in a few
more months on the islands.
Homesteads in Hana.
A number of Hawaiians have
made application to the hind office
for the Kakio government land.
Tucker was over there this week
looking into the matter, and he has
A scries of nutrition experiments
. 1 .it it
is ocing conducted on cattle at tue
Wisconsin Agricultural Experiment
Station. The animals have been
kept over long periods four years
on foods derived from a single
plant wheat, corn, oats or a mix
ture of these. This afforded an
unusual opportunity for making a
study of the influence of qualitative
ly unlike rations on the composition
of the milk and the tissues under
comparable conditions of environ
ment. It will be observed that
here is the old question of "breed
versus feed." The problem at issue
is not a now one, and the question
of the influence of diet on milk se
cretion has a pec liar interest to
the physician. It cannot bo denied
that foreign substances, such as cer
tain drugs, may readily pass into
the milk. That a surfeit of foreign
fats will undoubtedly influence to
some extent the character of the
fate, secreted in the milk is beyond
question. But in most respects
and this is supported by the Wis
consin investigations referred to
, "the character of the fats secreted
is influenced more by individual
metabolism than by the character
of the food intake. This is parti
cularly true when the fat content of
the intake is not excessive and the
content only that incident to nor
mal feeding materials." In bar
mony, moreover, with the findings
that the widely divergent rations had
little direct or positive influence on
the chemical constitution of the fats
secreted in the milk were the facts
noted in connection with the tissues
examined. The variations that did
occur were more of an individual
nature. Judging by the Wisconsin
studies, in connection with many
others,' the oils in corn, oats or
wheat are so markedly different
from those stored in the tissues of
animals fed exclusively on these
grains that very important processes
t must have been active in their de
position. Fat transportation cannot
account for all; transformation must
play an added role. -Journal of the
American Medical Association.
Maui Racing Association
Thursday, July 4, 1912
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JAPANESE OWNED HORSES, running mile; first
prize $150, second $50.
HAWAIIAN BRED, running Vz mile; first prize $200,
FREE FOR ALL, running mile; for 2 year old, purse
FREE FOR ALL TROTTING AND PACING, mile
heats, best two in three; purse $350. No dummies
allowed. Executive Committee to be-sole judge of
FREE FOR ALL, running 1J4 miles; purse $750.
PONY RACE, free for all, V2 mile. Ponies 14.2 and
under. Purse $125.
HAWAIIAN BRED, running 1 mile; first prize $300,
FREE FOR ALL, running mile; purse $250.
MAIDEN PONIES, Maui Bred, Vi mile; first prize $100,
HAWAIIAN BRED, running H mile; first prize $250,
FREE FOR ALL, running Vz mile; purse $200.
FREE FOR ALL, running mile; maidens 2 year old,
(winner of third race barred), purse $250.
COWBOY, three relays of V2 mile; first $25, second.$10.
GENTLEMEN'S RACE, for members only; race horses
barred. Cup. ;
MULE RACE, 1, mile; first prize $34, second $15.
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Masonic Hall, Kahului, on tho'flrst
Saturday nigbt of each month at 7.30
Visiting brethren are cordially in
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ALOHA LODGE NO. 3 KNIGHTS
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Knights of Pythias Hall, Wailuku, on the
second and fourth Saturdays of each
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