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A picture of the Klondike, a story of the con-,-flict
of passions universal hatred born of ter
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jthat sweeps away every barrier. Poleon, the
iGreat Heart, the character who caught the ar
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BDLLETIiYS NEXT SERIAL
Tho woman on tlio right novcr
used Ayor's Hair Vigor. Sho neg
lected her hair,r.nd now herself suf
fers from neglect. On tho contrary,
tho woman on tho left has always
used Ayor's Hair Vigor, and owes
to It much of hor youthful appcar
anco and attractiveness.
produces beautiful hair. Ixng,
rich, heavy hair. Soft and Bilky
hair, frco from dandruff.
tmiiti by Dr. I. C. A k C. LniH .. U.S..
Public Meeting Held in Hilo Passes
Resolutions That Are Manda
tory Passed Up to
jsj $10,000 DONATED TO HYPMOTISm.
Entry Time For
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HILO, Hawaii, April 1, At the
meeting of citizens of the County ot
Hawaii called to consider tho ap
pointment of a competent engineer
to tho otllco of Iload Engineer of the
County, hold on Saturday, March 27,
In Firemen's Hull, Hllo, the follow
ing resolutions were adopted:
Whereas, during tho years 1907-
1908, the sum ot 1263,989.57 has
been expended In the construction ot
roads and repair o( roads In the
County ot Hawaii, without results
commensurate with such an expendi
ture, or without any apparent, porma
nent Improvement In the condition
of the roads; and,
Whereas, wo believe such lack of
results Is caused wholly by tho ab
sence of competent and qualified su
Whereas, such supervision can be
had only with the services ot a
trained road engineer, who would be
able to Intelligently and economi
cally lay .out and supervise the con
struction and repair of roads;
Therefore bo It Resolved by the
citizens ot the County ot Hawaii, af
ter duo notice here assembled for tho
purpose of considering tho appoint
ment of an engineer. That the Hoard
of Supervisors ot the County ot Ha
waii bo hereby requested and urged
to- engago forthwith tho services ot
a civil engineer who shall be compe
tent, qualified, and experienced In
road work; that said engineer be In
Vested with full authority In con
structing and repairing alf County
roads In this County, and that he
shall expend on construction and re
pairs ot roads In the Various dis
tricts such. sums as may bo appor
tioned to thoso districts by volo ot
tho Hoard of Supervisors.
That the Supervisors bo aslcid to
conrldcr well the suggestion irado
by Mr. James Gibb ot Faauhau, that
three commissioners be appointed
from each district to assist the Su
pervisor of that district In road mat
That a committee of three bo ap
pointed by (tho Chair to 'present the
resolutions to the Hoard of Super
The chairman, John A. Scott, ap
pointed W. McKay, Jr., Charles E.
Wright, and John M. Iloss as tho com
That each member of the Hoard ot
Supervisors bo furnished with a copy
of these resolutions.
In pursuance with the notice, Wil
liam McKay called the meeting to
order. John A. Scott wub elected
chairman and McKay secretary.
There wero also present: George H.
Williams, E. F. Pntten, L. A. An
drews, Geo. A. Cool, E. H. Moses, E.
N, Deyo, O, H. Vicars, C. Castendyk,
C. K. Maguire, It. A. Lyman, C. E.
Shields, L. F. Nichols, J. M. Iloss,
J. E. Gamallelson, E. N. Holmes, Dr.
F. Irwin, J. A. Hutchinson, J. E.
Pomcroy, James Webster, E. G. da
SUva, M. Miguel, Adam Lindsay, C.
E. Wright, Panos Porphyrcs, D.Ly-
curgus, O, C. Kennedy, John T. Molr,
C. McLennan, Dr. II. n. Elliot, T. A.
Dranga, Sam Johnson, II. K. Balrd,
E. II. Austin, Dr. II. Hayes, John
Watt, J. U. Smith, D. 8. Howman,
E. E. Richards. F. Gortz. Rev. 8. L.
Desha (Supervisor), Henry West, W.
S. Terry, P. C. Deamer, A. M. Ca
brlnha, II. Rlckurd, E. Wery, It. T.
Ouard, N. C. Wlllfong, S. Parsons,
Joseph Oliver, V. A. Carvalhos, B. S.
Capcllas, John Payne, F. S. Dunn.
Secretary McKay read tho call for
tho meeting and attention was drawn
to the icport ot the committee taken
from the Herald, copies of the report
being passed around.
The County Heard From
ine secretary men read lottcrs
from the following citizens outside
of Hilo, stating that there wero let
ters on the way that had not 'reach
ed here owing to the bad condition
of the roads: Joseph Prltchard, Ho-
nokaa; Geo. P. Tulloch, Kohala; Sam
Kauhane, Wulohlnu; George Walt,
Kohnla; Frank Woods, Kohala; Wm.
Ebcllug, Wulnnku; 'james Olbb, Pa
auhau; Edward Madden, Paaullo;
Di-yE. W. Tylor, Paaullo.
Mrs. Taft Goes Shopping Now
Tho .Marathon entry list has not yet
closed although some twenty-three
runners have put In their names for
tho groat ovent. Tho "Hoodoo" nun.
bcr Is oppostto Major Cnmara'4 namo,
and It will sure bo "skldoo" for the
rest or the runners' If they 'vnnt fi do
tho 23-act'on tho Major.
Camara Is nn old-time j,ed who has
put up some wonderful records In iho
past, and what he does not know of
tho running game Is not worth speak
Ing about. Ho will make the younger
generation stir themselves, and wont
bo far trom the leaders nt the flnhili.
Tho rnco promises to be record
crowd-drawing event, and tho scene
at tho ball grounds on tho IStli iihould
be ono never to bo forgotten. Tho
track is being fixed ip In good style,
and all arrangements to rjinkj the da)'
a hugo success are being rapidly com
Tho starting point .will bo opposllo
tho third-baso bleachers, and the fin
ishing lino, will be directly lu front of
tho grand stand. Every lap that a
man runs will Ira shown on a board,
and when five laps are coveted the
record board will show both Inllcs nn I
laps. This will bo very convenient
for tho spectators, who can sCo tl u
glanco how any contestant Is getting
on In tho race. Entries finally clouo.
this afternoon at 5 o'clock.
Dr. X. L Motte Sage, a Noted Scientist, Donate $10,000 to Be
Used for the Publication and Free Distribution of a Valuable '
Work on Personal Magnetism and Hypnotic Influence. $
Wants (o Demonstrate the Practical Value and Power of This
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Politics, in Love, in Diseases and as a Factor in
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Prominent Business and Professional Men, Ministers of the Gospel
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Aalas Bali Game
Tho White Sox and Aalas played
a game of ball yesterday, but as the
official umpire was not In evidence
the match was not counted as cither
a win or a. loss. Fernandez was un
able to be present, and, although
Marathon Jackson camo to the res
cue, neither team would play league
ball without Eddie Fernandez as um
' However, a game was played and
the White Sox won with a score of 6
to 2. Tho Ileach.eam forfeited to
the C. A. C.'s, and then plnyed'-them
a game "for fun." This wub won by
the C. A. C.'s by 6 to 2.
Things are In a bad way down at
Aala, and discontent' Is rampant. The
Itench boys are thinking of playing
at the League ball grounds next Sun
day, It seems a great pity that
things have got Into bucIi a bad stato
In connection with the Riverside
games, and It Is to bo hoped that
more Interest will bo taken In the se
ries and an effort be made to bring
the ball up to tho standard attained
at first) f
NEXT WEEK EL1EF0RDS
Paii Ka liana
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At Your Grooer's.
York, March 20. Unrecognized by tho
people in tho Btrcets, Mrs. Taft, tho
wlfo of tho president., spent a busy day
hero today making purchases of her
spring and Biihimor apparel. Accom
panied by MIsb Mabel Doardman of
Washington, Mrs. Tuft rodc-on top of
a Fifth avenuo omnibus and awaited
hor turn at crowded counters.
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Amongst nil tho good things In store
for Honolulu theatre-goers, tbi com
ing engagement of Uio Elleford Com
pany stands out pre-eminently. These
big favorites, both In an nuuseinent
and bocIu! way aro always dollghted
to spend a season In Honolulu. Many
of the old members are stilt with the
company, and tbero aro seteral new
faces which are proving a pleasing ad
dition. All ot the plays nro new and
up-to-date, many ot them being the
biggest hits New York has had In re
"Pals," which Is tho opening bill
for tho Ellefords' Is ono ot the roally
meritorious plays of recent production
In tho East. It hjs proved Its worth
tho past three seasons by oi'Urtulnlni;
hundreds of people and by earning a
sniall competence for Us author, Ed
mond Day, The plot ccntem around
tho lives nt to collego boys who nro
In lovo with the fcame girl, and who
naturally become rivals In this "affair
of tho heart." Pletro SosbO, who was
a big favorlto with Honolulu audiences
uovcral years ago, Is returning with
tho Ellofords and ho has a strong part
in tho ploco as "Jim Graham," tho suc
cessful lover. Lawrcnco Underwood
Is equally clover as "tho other man."
Ooorge Hernandez makes his usual
big hit In a comedy part. Miss Duo
Is charming as tho persecuted one.
MIbs Luco Is 'the girl" and as usual
carries her part to perfection, Mar
garet Marriott, a now member of the
company, scores a hit with 'the part of
a city (street gamin, who goes to tho
country; nnd Anna Dodge, Clarence
Ferguson ond'ltay Collins are all seen
In good parts, while Lloyd Edwards In
tho charoctor of the, hunchback, does
a on or cnaracter work that has re
ceived tho highest pralso all over tho
Tho between act feature Is the now
and novel turns offered by the Osborn
children, Sophie and Gordon, who aro
Immcnso favorites. The salo of seats
opens at the Orphcum box offlco on
Czar Nicholas and high nobles ot
Russia Joined In honoring Alexis Su
varon, publisher ot tho Novae Vrcm
jn, who colcbrnted his editorial Jubilee
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