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THE WEEKLY HILO TRIBUNE, HIM), HAWAII, FRIDAY, DECEMBER n, 1903.
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rive and leave this port tin here
under: FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
Ventura Dec. t6
Alameda '..Dec. 25
Sierra Jan. 6
Alameda Jan. 15
Sonoma Jan. 27
Alameda I?eb. 5
Ventura Feb. 17
Alameda Feb. 26
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Sierra Dec. 15
Alameda Dec. 30
Sonoma Jan. 5
Alameda Jan. 20
Ventura Jan. 26
Alameda Feb. 10
Sierra Feb. 16
Alameda March 2
In connection with the sailing of the
above steamers the agents are prepared to
issue, to intending passengers Coupon
Through TickotS by any railroad
from Snu Francisco to all points in the
United States, and from New York by
an) steamship line to all European ports.
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Union Barber Shop.
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the formative period of their life by
some recognized legal rules, and,
if such rules, laws and customs
were to be extinguished, would not
I the whole fabric of home and home
life as we understand, appreciate
1 and foster it in this century under
our civilizatien, be dissolved? Yet,
the divisions of the supreme courts
,ol the various slates which have
passed upon the subject, while re
cognizing this principle of home
I government and the control of
children by the parents also recog-
nize the fact that the best interest
of theMiild is paramount; must be
l first considered.
The Court finds from the law and
the evidence producd at the hear
ing in this case tinder all the circum
stances that the best interest of the
child at present suggests that its
request to remain undisturbed at
the llouomu Hoarding School j
uliMlilfl i rnctoftr(l 1
' The judgment of the Court there-1
fore is that the writ be discharged
at the cost of the petitioner.
HOIIM IX COT'l'OX.
Kcitmrknble, Rise In Price of the
New York, Dec. 4. There is
preat excitement in the cotton
market following the publication of
the Government's estimate of the !
season's crop. The price advanced '
yesterday over $3 a bale and 2,000,-
000 bales changed hands. '
New Orleans, Dee. 4. There is
a panic in cotton. lis price stands
ninety points above that of the
As two million bales of cotton
were sold 011 American stock ex
changes yesterday seveial fortunes
must have been made by the men
who have for months insisted that
cotton would go higher. Chief addressed, announced today that
among these is V. P. Brown, the the support it had given Mr. Cleve
New Orleans "Cotton King," who land for the Democratic Presidential
made in one day during September, nomination would now be given Ic
on a big advance in the South's Alton B. Parker, at present Chief
Rreat product, the sum of nearly
seven million dollars.
A rise of ninety points in the 1
market at New Orleans is equiv-1
alent to an advance in price ofi
$4.50 per bale.
The estimate of the American I
crop has now forced the price to
such a figure that the cotton mills 1
of Lancashire, England, will almost
face ruin. Owing to the recent
high prices the mill owners ofEng-l
land shut down on their, purchases
and put thousands out of work. 1
They expected a big drop in the j
market later and then intended to ,
buy, figuring that there was really 1
a heavy yield of cotton in the United (
States and that the high price was i
only a result of the Brown "corner," j
but with the shortage known as
. ' 1
reality they are now caught in
Longitude of Nllliuu.
Honolulu, Dec. 4. Professor V.
D. Alexander with his son, A. C.
Alexander and S. M. Kerens of the
survey office, departed on the Mi-1
kahala last evening for Kauai and
Niihau. The trio intends to find
the exact location longitude of the
island of Niihau before returning.
Kerens will be stationed on Nii-
hau, while Dr. Alexander will take
his post at Makaweli, Kauai, with
his son at Waimea. With the tri -
angle thus formed they will get the
position of Niihau using the helio-
Dr. Alexander said before leav -
iug yesterday that there was a great
discrepancy in the charts as to the
! position of Niihau relative to Kauai.
There have been surveys of Niihau
b itself but the longitude of the
! island is not correct. Some charts
put the island too far west. The '
Albatross when here a year ago!
, found a different position for Nii -
, hau which Dr. Alexander thinks is
nrobahlv correct. It is about tho
same as on the old centennial map
I of the Islands. I
Women Oppose Smoul.
Washington, Dec. 4. Women's 1
organizations throughout the'
country are agitating to expell Reed
ISmoot. Utah's recently elected Sen-
ator, from office, chiefly on the
j grounds that his oath as a Mormon ;
apostle pledged him to treasonable ,
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.euuu .KHuiiH iiKuuuo.
I to the doctrine of blood atonement.
A delegation of protesting women
I has been received by the President.
WilAT oi,i:vi:i,AM SAYS.
Will Nol be a Candidate Tor I'rrxl
dency Airnln- ,
New York, Nov. 27. Grover
Cleveland has sent the following
letter to the Editor of the Brooklyn
"Princeton, (N. J.), Nov. 25,
1003. My Dear Mr. McKelway:,
I have wanted for a long time to'
say something which I think should t
be said to you before others.
"You can never know how grate
ful I am for the manifestation of
kindly feeling toward me on the
part of my countrymen which your
initiative has brought out. Your
advocacy in the Eagle of my nomi
nation for the Presidency came to
me as a great surprise; and it has
been seconded in some manner by
Democratic sentiment that connect
ing thoughts of gratitude and duty
have caused me to hesitate as to the
time and manner of a declaration
' l'art concerning -f 'Jccl
if such a declaration should seem
necessary or proper.
"In the midst of it all, and in full
view ot every consideration pre
sented, I have not for a moment
been able, nor am I now able, to
open my mind to the thought that
in any circumstances or upon any
consideration I should ever again
become the nominee of mj party
for the Presidency,
"My determination not to do so
is unalterable and conclusive.
"This you, at least, ought to
know from me, and I should be
glad if the Eagle were made the
medium of its conveyance lo the
public. Very sinceiely youts,
"St. Clair McKelway, LL. D.,
Brooklyn. N. Y."
The Brooklyn Eagle, to the editor
of which Mr. Cleveland's letter was
Judge of the Court of Appeals of
Herbert Spencer Dylnir.
Loudon, December 5. Herbert
Spencer's condition is grave.
Herbert Spencer, the last of the
great literary men who made the
reign of Queen Victoria notable,
has been seriously ill at his home
near Manchester for nearly six
months. He is now eighty-three
years oid and has been in feeble
health for a long time.
Herbert Spencer is perhaps the
most comprehensive thinker of the
century. He is the philosopher
who, in his writings, has treated
the whole universe from one stand
point and who has brought together
and collected almost the whole sum
of human knowledge. He is the
only man who has taken his cosmic
theory and worked it out through
all the separate fields of knowledge
as thoroughly as if he had confined
himself to but one science. This
IKreat accomplishment of Spencer,
g:ven t0 uie WOrlU as his system . of
' synthetic philosophy, is truly his
Hfe work. To it he has given all
ti,e energies of half a century of
; unceasing toil. From the time his
first book, "Social Statistics," was
published in i860, his work has
g0e steadily on against obstacles
1 tnat w0id iuive daunted any other
I mnil Until the great system has
been finally brought to an end and
, ti,e ideas, which at the beginning
1 0f i,;s Hie he hardly dared cherish
j for n moment, have been realized,
I Boston, Dec. 5. Widespread
curtailment of production in cotton
' nulls is expected owing to the great
j cost of the raw material.
What l a CuiikIiI
' A spasmodic effort to expel the
I mucus from the bronchial tubes.
I A cold causes a more abundant
secretion of mucus, and when the,
lungs and bronchial tubes are 111-
flamed, they are extremely sensi-
Uve l0 the irritation. Unless care
jb takeM. the cold may result in .
pneilul0llin which is bwift nlld ,
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dcdly. If the cold is a lingering
one, the most leisurely but equally
fatal consumption may set in. Do
ot ,ie,iect u cold or cough. Take
, chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It
always cures and cures quickly.
The Uilo Drug Store sells it.
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