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THK MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1913.
Company E received orders lo
march to Kaannpali last Saturday
evening, and camp there during
the nifiht. The Company will at
tend the annual encampment on
Oahu in October.
Rev. J. Knox lodel has bought
a handsome young horse
On October 1, 189S, Mr. Arthur
Waal took charge of the I.ahaina
Post Office. For 15 years he has
given faithful, efficient, punctual
ami courteous service. Compara
tively few postmasters have a re
coidso creditable, for solong a time-
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j '(Know efofs?
A London Physician, lecturing
recently at a meeting of the Smoke
Abatement Society, asserted that
the smoke of London was the cause
of the sallow complexions of Lon
don women, and that its effect on
them was continually growing
Another London doctor gives,
however, a more unflattering ex
planation of the bad complexions
of the girls of the metropolis. He
says: ''It is true that the women
of London have no cause for pride
in their complexions, and they get
worse every year. But is the
smoke wholly to blame? I would
put the sad fact down to other
causes. First and above all, the
poor complexion is probably, due
to the gingerly use of soap and
In the pure air of the country
vigorous washing may not be
necessary, but to prevent the evil
effects of smoke-laden air notfling
is so necessary as a good wash and
plenty ofsonp twice a day. Then
when women do wash the face they
generally use warm witter, which
makes the skin tender and unheal
thy. In the coldest weather water
with the chill taken off may safely
be used, but at other times what
the skin needs is a tlvorough douch
ing with stimulating cold water,
followed by a couple of minutes
vigorous rubbing with a soft towel.
A skin so treated can defy the
weather, the dust, and the microbes.
"Steaming the face might be
practised for a special occasion
three or four times a year. To
steam the face freequcntly is to
destroy the health and beauty of
the skin. (Juite as bad as steam
ing is the universal use of greasy
ointments, pore-clogging powders,
shrivelling lotions, etc. Faces so
treated catch the dirt aiul keep it.
What is worse, they catch the.
microbes, with the result that the
skin soon has disfigurements."
"CATGUT" IS SHEEPGUT.
While the strings of violins and
other stringed musical instruments
are usually designated as "catgut,"
most of the material employed in
Baseball Players Attention!
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Scud for complete catalogue ' of Spalding Goods.
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Wtt. DOUGHERTY, having just
returned from New York and
other jewelry centers, where ho se
lected a 1 uge and beautiful assort
ment of jewelry, silverware and
crystal of the newest designs, an
nounces thai in September, October
and November he will visit Maui and
have the pleasure of showing these
examples of the highest art in the
jeweler's and silversmith's craft.
The exact date that Mr. Dougherty
will be on Maui will bo announced
their manufacture is taken from
the bodies of sheep.
An investigation of the sources
of supply of the materials entering
into the manufacture of musical
instruments in Germany has re
vealed the fact that nearly 70,000
pounds of sheepgut are used an
nually for string.
Nearly the whole of this quantity
is imported from abroad, chiefly
from Russia, which furnishes about
64,000 pounds, the rest coming
from Kngland, Australia and India.
The hope that some managers
of great American abattoirs would
care to examine this field for an
article that may be more profitably
disposed of than at home has led
Consular Agent Fiedler of Mark-,
neukirchen, in Saxony, to make
inquiries of the local manufacturers.
lie has been informed by them
that English sheepgut is preferred
to all other kinds, and very high
prices are paid for it, different
grades selling at $5.95, $7.14 and
$7.61 per kilogram (about two
pounds and a quarter.)
The gut of the Fnglish sheep is
of a fine white color and very dur
able. In Russia, where the sheep
are slaughtered principally on ac
count of their meat, only young
animals are killed, whose gut is
lighter and soft.
In South America and Australia
the sheep are bred specially on
account of their wool. Young sheep
are accordingly 'very seldom killed,
and the mature gut is dark.
In tropical countries much gut
is spoiled because there are too few
workmen, and the cleaning should
be begun as soon as the sheep are
killed. Only the stronger gut is
salted and exported. In Hamburg
and Berlin there are importers of
gut who get the salted product
from all parts of the world.
Some revolutionary geological
views have lately been advanced by
Professor A. T Swaine, an English
geologist, who would have us be
lieve that organic Sedimentary
rocks came before igneous rocks
and at a time when the earth was
receiving no light and heat from
the sun. Volcanoes came along
after the beginning of life. As the
nebula condensed, water was de
posited, and in this micro-organisms
appeared, and formed the
first crust of sediments. This
mass was later fused from the heat
of compression due to the earth's
growth and that of radioactivity.
All geologists recognize that
great changes took place at the
close of the Paleozoic era, and it
has been thought that up to that
time there were no climatic zones
and probably no seasonal changes.
To explain this and much besides,
it is contended that the sun had
been dark, blazing up as a new
star in the Permian period.
6LASICKINESS A BLESSING.
Good news is announced by the
Austrian specialist, Dr. Rekkel
Fcrmor, who declares that seasick
ness is a blessing, and that, so far
from trying to avoid it, the holiday-maker
should welcome it.
The doctor was led to this discov
ery by the observation that patients
sent on sea voyages got surprising
ly well, despite the fact that .they
were continually seasick, and
ought by theory to have been weak
ened. On the other hand, patients
who were not seasick benefitted
only to a normal extent, "it is
quite plain," says the doctor,
"that seasickness is an essential
part of the sea cure. People, it is
true, have died from seasickness,
but they also have died from eat
ing, ' exercise and other necessary
and desirable things."
Dr. Rekkel-Fermor also declares
that the irritation of the vagus
nerve (it affects nearly all the or
gans), which accompanies all sea
sickness, has an extraordinary tonic
effect on the stomach, kidneys and
COURT VALLEY ISLAND NO. 9239, A. 0. F.
Regular ineetiugs held at "Castle
Hall," Waihiku, on First and Third
Thursdays of each mouth. Visiting
brothers cordially invited.
OIIN E. GARCIA, C. R.
J. S. JIEDIUROS, F. S.
(Continued from page 1)
electricity and while colored globes
would be used outside, the ordinary
lights would be installed, tempora
rily, in the tents. Comfortable cots
and other furniture could bo put in,
and that is where the Maui people
could help out a lot. Meals would
be obtained at the Maui Hotel
where special arrangements as to
cooks P.nd waiters would bo made.
There would be no difficulty in
handling the big crowd and the
plan I suggest would seem to be
about the most feasible and satis
factory." The Honolulu Ad. Club will pay
Maui a visit before very long, and
the advent of that lively organization
will stir up the people who did not
attend the Honolulu convention to
an extent that they probably now
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
At Chambers In Probate. m
In the Matter of the Estate of. PETER
orokr of noticb op rktinion for
Allowance of Acconts, Deter
mining Trust and Distribut
ing thr Estate.
On Reading and Filing the Petition
and accounts of E. R. Bevins, Adminis
trator of the Estate of Peter Joseph, de
ceased, wherein petitioner asks to be
allowed $ no and charged with
f no , and asks that the same be ex
amined and approved, and that a final
order be made of Distribution of the
remaining property to the persons there
to entiltled and discharging petitioner
and sureties from all further responsibi
It is Ordered, that Monday, the 27th
day of October A. D. I9l3,nt 10 o'clock
a. 111. before the Judge presiding at
Chambers of said Court at his Court
Room in Wailuku, 'Maui, T. II. be and
the same hereby is appointed the time
and place for hearing said Petition and
Accounts, and that all persons interested
may then and there appear and show
cause, if any they have, why the same
should .ot be granted, and may present
evidence as. to who are entitled to the
said property. And that notice of this
Order, be published in the Maui News,
a weekly newspaper printed and publish
ed in said Wailuku, Maui, for three
successive weeks, the last publication to
be not less than two weeks previous to
the time teereiii appointed for said
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, Sept. 15, 1913.
(Sd.) S. B. KINGSBURY,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
(Sd.) EDMUND H. HART,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
Sept. 20, 27, Oct. 4, 11.
Notice of the II 11! Land of Penh!,
All members are requested to be at
the Peahi Church on the 25th day of
October, at 10 o'clock a. m. for the pur
pose of considering the Constitution and
By-Law, which was continued from the
meeting held Jul j 26th.
Dated at Huelo, Maui, Oct. 2nd, 1913.
J. K. SMYTHE, President,
J. HONOKAUPU. Secretary.
Oct. 4-1 1.
Hoolnha a ka Hul Kual Aina o
Ua niakemake ia na Lala apau e
akaakoa ae ma ka Hale Pule o Teahi i
ka la 25 Okakoba hora 10 o ke kakahi
aka, no ka aoonooaua iua Kutuukauawai
ame na Rula e like me na mea i boopauee
ia i ka Halawai i hala i ka malama o
J. K. SMYTHE, Peresidena.
J. HONOKAUPU, Kakauolelo.
LODGE MAUI, No. 984, A. F. & A. M
Stated meetings will be held at
Masonic Hall, Kahului, on the first
Saturday night of each month at
7:30 P. M.
Visiting brethren are cordially
vitea to attena.
W. WESCOATT, R. W
We send oods free by
parcels post anywhere
Let us have your
Hotel and Fort Streets
THE HENRY WATERflfJ USE TRUST CO. Ltd
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WRITES KIKE AND LIFE INSURANCE
NEGOTIATES LOANS AND MORTGAGES
A List of High Grade Securities mailed on application
HONOLULU, HAWAII P. O. Box
Daily Passenger Train Schedule (Except Sunday)
The following schedule will go into effect July 1st, 1913 i
5 33 '3 3
5 23 3 20
5 3 I7!
5 Jj3 07
5 9 3 05
S oja 55
4 5'2 53
4 52 47
4 Si 2 46
4 45, 2 4o
4 44 2 39'
4 4" 2 35
1 25 s 42 6 35 '5-3
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0,6 408 50 1 30I3 35l5 3
6 50 9 00 1 40 3 45 5 48
1 42 3 47 -1
52 3 57
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2 05 4 10 .
7 24 -2 144 19
j2 15 4 20 .
7 33 ,2 23 4 28 .
7 25 .
25 4 30,
3 4 35,
2 5o;g 00
. 0 X..Kahului..A! 2. 5
3 OOo 10 2.u1A"1uuuc";"I
( 223 15
i 123 0")
1. All trainstlaily except Sundays.
2. A Special Train (Labor Train) will leave Wailuku daily, except Sun
days, at 5:30a. in., arriving at Kahului at 5:50 a. in., and connect
ing with the 0:00 a. 111. train for l'uunene.
3. 15AGGAGE KATES: 150 pounds of personal luggage will he
carried free of charge on each whole ticket, and 75 pounds on
each half ticket, when baggage is in charge of and on the eame
train as the holder of the ticket. For excess baggage 25 cents per
100 pounds or part thereof will be charged.
For Ticket Fares and other information see Local Passenger Tariff I. C.
C. No. .8, or inquire at any of the Depots.
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We Sell These.
You want the best. Are you ruu.ty
for it this season? t...
Wo v prepared newar VetDre to on A jonr
wants in verifies and hurootv There's Doth
ins superior to what we are (bowing, in taste,
atyle service. Absolute honesty in make
ant ' attmU. You will a true mftea wa teal you
IT'S THE FAMOUS
No mutter what 90a want if It's a harness or
- mHtiiing that rune on wheels, we've
gut at or will qutoklr set U.
Conv lo sod figure with na. Bvarjbode kMfJt
DAN T. CAREY
WAILUKA, MAUI, T. ML
f. 8 Te Siuohs'aer nameplatt on avebJcto
it iu tuuu;t:t, Don't f or set this.
II. K. DUNCAN,