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THBtWBBKXV HILO TRIBUNB, HILO,, , HAWAII, tfUKSDAY, JUNE 19, 1906.
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Is an ideal summer lieverni'p. It's flnvnr l
Incomparable aiuUt is ns pure as It can pos
sibly be. If youXlaveu't tried It, order a
case and find out how good it is.
This article is well known, and that itlls
put up by Borden's is warranty
of its excellence
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In any design or material desired. '
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Catalogues furnished on application.
Honolulu, OP. n.
P. 0. Box 642 I048.5o Alakea Street
IT IS AN OLD ADAGE WHICH SAYS:
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Controversy, Else the Lawyers will he Your Heir?"
Life policies iu favor of wife and children are exempt from the claims
of creditors to a certain amount, and free from the vexatious legal de , ,
lavs. It is better to have your wealth in Life Insurance than 7n any
other way no one can contest that.
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Will protect your wife and family, and support them when death has
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l'OUTliA.M) THE SUilTIIKUX I'ORT
It'or .the Steamer Miie Acconllug to
., (jiiplaln, V,lllinm MrImii.
According to the Portland Ore-
goniau of May 31, Capt. Wtri.
Matson, of the. Matson Navigation
Company, was in that city and had
stated that the northern port for the
Matson steamers would be
Portland. The Oregontau ,says:
"Portland is to have a steamship
line to Honolulu and it will be put
into operation next month. This
announcement was made yesterday
by Captain William Matson, of
San Francisco. Drcsidcnt of the'
Matson Navigation Company.
Within four weeks the steamer
Hilonian which has a capacity of
4500 tons of freight, will .leave
Portland for Hawaii and will make
monthly trips thereafter. Jf the
volume pf business, justifies, and
Captain Matson is inclined to be
lieve it will, the steamer Enterprise,
which npw plies between.San Fran
cisco and. Honolulu, will ajso be
put on the line.
"Yesterday morning at the office
ofW. A. Mears, secretary .of the
transporatiotl committee of the
Chamber of, Commerce,.. Captain
Matson met about. 20 representative
business men of Portland, to whom
he stated that the company of
which he. is the head would esta
blish a line between this city and
Honolulu with the understanding
that jt is to be permanent, He also
said that while the line, would
start with but one. steamer another
would probably be added withiq a
short time.' Later Captain Matson
made the. .same statement tq.an
"The steamer Hilonian was r.c
cently purchased by the Matson
Navigation Company at an Atlantic
coast port, and started on its initial,
trip on the Pacific when it left
Seattle for Honolulu Tuesday. JtJ
will not return to Seattle, but will
come to Portland.
Mr. Mears was largely instrumen
tal in securing for Portland the line.
Last week he was in San Francisco
and called upon Captain Matson
for the express purpose of interes.t-,
ing him in such an enterprise. He
explained in detail the advantage
of a line running from Portland
instead of the Sound, as Captain
Matson had first contemplated,
Captain Matson then stated that he
had long been considering the ad
visability of establishing a line
from this port and that he would
visit Portland this week and make
known his plans. t
LARGB INTHRESTS IN HAWAII.
Captain Matson is representative
of and is heavily interested in the
Honolulu Plantation Cqmpany,
which will do much of its trading
in Portland as soon as the new
line is established. It is. under
stood that the steamship, company
and its affiliated coucerps iu (he
Hawaiian Islands will purchase
large consignments of goods'.
Thus the burden of furnishing
all the cargo for vessels, pf the line
will not devolve upon the merchants
of Pprtland. ""
"We come to Portland with "tile
intention, of making the Jiue per
manent, but of course it is nol a
certajnty that, we will, do so," said"
Captain Matson at the Hotel Port
land yesterday afternoon. "We
believe that the Portland mer
chants can work up enough busi
ness tpjustfy one and probably
two steamers, and. besides we
ourselves will purchase many
goods in Portland for our planta
t'ons. CAN BUY CABAMJR.
"Our company has for some
time considered the nrono-
sition of starting a line from
spme port on the North Pacific
Coast. Yon can sell goods cheaper
in Portland than in Seattle and
that is one. of the reasons why we
decided to come here. Much of
the stuff that is shipped from
Seattle comes from Portland, so it
stands tP reason that we can do
better here than there.
"Portland, can sell some articles
much cheaper than San Fran
cisco, such as wheat, flour and
feed. The catastrophe has had
nothing to do with the establish
inenti of the line and.. it would have
been started just the same if
there had been no fir.
PLANS NOT YHT MATURED.
- "While I have made it known
that it is our intention to establish
a permanent line, we cannot, make
a definite statement tn thnt pffpot
until later. But we are confident
that there will be enough business,
together with what we will transact
for our plantations, to justify hc
permanence of the line, I can only
say that we will establish the line
and expect to make it permanent."
The following despatch of three
days, , previous would, therefore
appear tP be iucprrect:
Seattle May 28. Captain Wil-
Ham Matson of the Matson Navina-1
tiou Company arrived here Satur
day night and. will remain here and
in Tacoma for several days,, com
pleting arrangements for the hand
ling of the steamers Enterprise and
Hilonian. Captain Matson said
that the vessels would remain In
the PUeet Sound-Honolulu trade
if business warrants.
The Hilonian is a steamer
carrying 4P00 tons. The vessel is
at , oil-bu(rner, and has passenger
accommodations., The, Enterprise
is also a large freight and passenger
.steamer, and after a . regular sche
dule is arranged, Puget Sound will
have a direct passenger service to
the Hawaiian Islands.
SPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED TO THE FACT THAT
Is that, which has bceu manufactured fm-
years exclusively by the
the, 'past fifteen"
i. A German, Dr.. Eugene Wolf.
, . SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
' Whctt purchasiug be sure that in addition to the brand
the name of the Californin T?prfiiim- w.i, j
sack,, otherwise you will not.be getting the genuine article.
A large stock of our Diamond A and our
, XX HIGH-GRADE FERTILIZER
Is kept .constantly on hand and for sale at San Francisco
. .prices, plus only freight and actual expenses,
By Our Hllo Agents,
has found, a cure for
which will be welcomed by, those
who. dread a voyage because they
are not "gpod .sailors." The cure
is very sjmple, as all the appliances
necessary are a basin of hot water
t eighty degrees and a couple of
uaudkerchiefs. Whenever the tra
veller feels that ,he ,is becoming
giddy, he must lie flat on his back
on the cabin sofa or, a deck chair.
The, clothes are unbuttoned, so that
there is nothing to .hinder breath-
ine. Then the .handkerchiefs are
wrung out in the hpt water
boupd round the forehead
bandage must bq made very tight,
wuicn cauDe, qpne pyusing a pen-
Iholder, or. something of the kind;
as a tever wnen, twisting it. Uurjng
the first minute pr tivo the sensa
tion is not particularly nlcasant..
but thpse whp bear it are complete
ly cured, .which is surely suflicent
reward for any temporary inconven
ience. When the bandage begins
to get cold another must be put on
and the process continued, each
time with a hotter bandage, if
possible, until the patient is relieved
of the squeamish feeling. This
should be accomplished in about
half-an-hour. In very pbstinate
cases it may take an hour. While
under treatment the patient must
not eat, drink, or smoke. One oft
the symptoms of seasickness is ex
cessive thirst, which must be asstf
aged. If the patient has a craving
Ipr fpod he may be given, a little
dry toast and possibly hot water,
or weak. tea without milk or sugar.
Smelling-salts and . all the old-fash
Lioned "remedies" are- to be strictly,
avoided. . Two hours after the euro
the. patient, need not fear a hearty1
meal,. smpking,i pr even drinking,
Those whp undergp this .treatment
at the pegjnning of a ivpyage are,
never troubled with sea-slekness.
even, when, the sea r.uns high.
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For Brisbane, Q., and Sydney: '
MOANA MAY 5
MAHENO JUNE 2 i
From Sydney, Brisbane (Q).
For Victoria and Vancouver, B. C.
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and July largely in being celebrated.
On June 17 he yill have cppipleted.
3P years pf cpntinupus representa
tion of Birmingham in the Hoimr.'
of Commons, and on July 8 he
will reach his 70th birthday. The
two events will be observed by the
entire city, and the public demon-,
stratiou will embrace as big a street
parade as the honorable gentle-!
man's friends can get up, Mass
meetings and fireworks in the'
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