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IW 8 P.VRN'INO lUM.UTriN, HONOLULU. T. IT. TUESDAY, SEPT. C, 1910.
JF - 1 ' A Skin qt Beauty is a Joy Forevei rj ;
if FOR RENT OR LEASE pn. T. FELIX GOCRAUDS OMENTAL
'Sm Luiialilo sticct. near rcniacola. . house, six rooms: veranda CREAM OR MAGICAL DEAUTIFIER
mHl loom mosquito wiicd; detached kitchen and dining-room; out- tjj ?
fM' title scrvnnts' house; stable and automobile shed; large yard, ?-.3 y
W- wun inw ucca. nice, ;iu. Ci3 (V ll
IS' Lot on lane off Nuuanu street, sui'ablc for stable or tenement jjJ jK? "w
& houtcs. is V. jy J,.
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'House and lot on west siJe of Nunnnu street, near Vineyard ' JVCSyV?
'House and lot on west siJe of Nunnnu street, near Vineyard
House and lot on Nuuani street, near School street.
On easy terms, Bcic.nnin and Voting streets, near Funahou;
Itaic chance of acquiring land suitable for raising chickens;
2.7 ncrcs ct Knnihuln. Waikiki, with flowing nitcsian well,
Tatming lands in Kcliltha.
Thrie acres at Sea Vicv, with grand view from Palolo to
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Lot nor h side of Beretaiia street; three ncrcs.
Fropcity bought and sold in various parts of Honolulu and
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10'JH Nhmiih HI
MILITIA 0UARC3 NEORO 'OLAYnil
Wlllil.MKr. W. V.i Aiik IX t'n
(In khiiiI of inn niniii.iiili'H nr iiilllll.i,
III riiliiniiiilil nr (luiuial IIijkkh. Tli
1111m Wiuiik V'lxOlvi'ly lili'iilllli'il tiiur
ili'ioi of Mm AIIUh (Jiiliiiicinuiil. huh
liikuu (rum Welch Jill, Mcllim'll
IMIHIIV IHUl llllllll'll llll nlllul I lulu
fin ('littrli'iuii Imlii)
l Illgil U lll'ill'UII I Hilu ltd III
'Mi 1 ui tt'rlih uuil 11 a umuMutrK
lur iIip nilllilH in rliitii n wit) iliruuuti
llll' mull ttlilrli H'llnl mi V IIKi'lllII'ti
it ' lii'UU'ii lii ilii mull1 Tin'
IIIIIIIMll Hi W.I) III' III I'lllllll lull !
"ill 11 .1 lii linn mm 1M11-.1 IH'i
'llMIlfa it ill In In lit ,11 I Imii iiluli
Illglitj per cent, ni tlio raw col-
4 ton iibcil In the nullifies u( (lrc.it
llrlt.iln mill tliu cotitliicnt or Murupu
tunics f 10111 the I'lilte.l States. Tlicro
Is not inn li pumped that tills per-
(cntiiKc will bo lowuicil.
Iletoiu uc oie 11 nri-'al wlic.it-ox-purtlng
(imntry wo weie a giont
totton oxpoitliiK coiinti)', 11ml tlioro
Id overj llkcllliooil that toun wonhiill
wnho to lie 11 B't'ut wheat-oxpurtliiB
coiuitij, Imt hlnill remain nxKicut
lotton-oxpoitliiR tountry, Tlio Kn
ropcan 11:1 1 lun 1I0 not Mice their ilo.
pcmlciKo upon 113 Cur that necessary
Ht.iple, lotion, llrltulii noon can get
along without our wheat 11 ml we
Khali cut It till up at home, hut llrlt
ulii tun not Ki't along without Inrgu
quantities of our cotton. Camilla
anil Argentina can not supply that.
1 Kvcrj i:uropeuii country Is hunt-'
lug for wine source other than thd
; Unltcil Sliiten for a cotton eupply.
Ilrltaln anil (lermany tliought tlicy
huil round It In their Afrknii colo
nics. Hut thus far they havo been
Tlio man who 111111I0 It pimslhlo for
us to liccoine 11 gicat cotton-growing
country, to huvo through our cot
ton 11 hulit 011 the civilized wpild
stronger In conic rc.ipccts tluin that
which 1111 lniuiciit.0 licet and army
would glc, was Kit Whitney. Mn
cauliiy said: "What Peter the Great
did to make Russia dominant, KM
Whitney '8 Invention of the cotton
gin has more than equaled In Its
1 elation to the -power and progress
of the United States." '
Whitney was horn In Massachu
setts In lTii.'i. During the revolu
tionary war ho wns engaged In mak
ing nails h hand. Ily working as
a iiiiichanlc thimighout ills course,
he was able to ho graduated at Yalo
In 17111. After graduation he went
to Georgia to take a school which
was promised him, hut upon his ar
rival ho roil nit that the place had
boon filled Tlio widow of (icncrul
Nathaniel Greene, the revolutionary
hem, whom Ithodo Island furnished,
felt sorry for tlio disappointed young
man ami gavp hi in a homo on her
plantation near S.iwiiinah, where ho
began to study law-.
Several lontrhniiccs that ho fash
ioned for Mrs. Greene's comfort gave
her gient faith In fi is resourceful-j
Hess. Ono tluy when some people
wore telling what 11 nilsfortiino It
was that the grccn-fcccilcd (otton,
the most valuable, of all, was so
haul lo clean of seeds, she suggest
ed that Whitney bo asked to try
to devise soiiio means of sepaiatlug
the seeds from the Hut. A pound of
green seeded cotton was all that u
negro woman could separate from
the seed 111 a day.
l'p to this time Whitney had
never seen cither cotton Hut or cut
Ion bccd. It was not lliu n'ason of
the )car for raising cotton and ho
had some dltlluilty In obtaining law
cotton for the puiposo uf seeing
what sort of muchlno would bo need
ed. He win lied over a muchlno for
Mime months. Ilo not only hud to
Invent It, but he had to make his
tools and his own Iron wire, for hu
could nut get wnat ho needed in Sa
vannah. Near the end uf 170:! lie had suc
ci'i'ded In making his glu. It was
exceedingly simple In principle ami
mechanism. Its main features wcro
a lyliuder four feet long and llvu
Inches in diameter, upon which were
set u bcrles of circular saws half
an Inch apart und piojo ling two
Inches above the surfuco of the 10
volvlng cylinder. A mass of seed
cottnp, separated fiom tlio cj Under
by a steel grating, was brought Into
contact with the saw teeth as tlio
cylinder icvolved. Tlieso teeth
cuuglit the cotton while playing be
tween tlio barB, which u.luvvcd the
lino, but not tlio seeds, to pass
This gin, alnio.il unchanged, ro
mains In use today. "It vva one of
tlio few Inventions which havo
ri'med to spilng spontaucoush from
tlio hinln of tlio Inventor, a pur
feet mechanism," says 11 writer Ily
Itu aid una can clean a thousand
pounds of lint fiom seeds In tlio
time It foimerly took a man to clean
live or six pounds.
Mrs. Gicetio und 0110 IMilucns
Miller were the oulj persons per
mitted to reo the machine, but ru
nuns icspcctlng It had gone about
tlio Statu, and befoio It was quite
uimplcto tlio machine was stolen
fioni tho building whole it wau kept
mid can led nit. llofine Whitney
oulil complete 11 model and get a
patent a number of 11110 htne. had
been made miircpUMiiusU upon thn
plan uf tlio stolen model ami weie
In ITftS WlllllH'i formed a p.ul
I'nrnlilp with MIMi'i. vvhii lunl oiiid
lliuney, In iillinul'uiliiiv ln. mi.
flillin. Hut lie Mm Involved in .mi
ilntiul irnulilu Id tin- innumi'im ui
iiiidii liU imteni h 'Imh,iii
I liul he lunl iini liivi'iiiiii iln 111.1
I lillli', liul lunl Iln "I- mi i it inn1
Dial liml liimii liivniiii'd in Hniii
laltil ll lii li but m i' 1.11.
a vcidlct was cecurcd In his favor.
Tho lcglsl.ituic of South Caiolln.t
granted lilm Snu.tiOO, but this was
all nbroilied In lawsuits. Noitli
C'aiollua allowed him a percentage
for the m of ca.h machine during '
a period of live jcais ajul collected
unit paid It over to him. Tcnucs
ric pinmlscd lo do the same thing,
but later lescluded the action.
Ho waded In lawsuits for yens,
hiu factory burned down, and Con
grets, mi account of tho opposition
of tho Southern members, refused lo
allow a icuewal of bis patent. IIIiv
partner died. He became convinced
that his Invention would only ruin
him and he abandoned the light,
leased lo make tho machine ho had
Invented mid went into the iiiaiiut.ic
tare of. Iliearms. In this ho ac
quired 11 fortune.
The Ingenuity ho had tlinwn be
fore marked his work In this new
line. Ills factory wns full of labor-i
inv'lng devices that slnco then have
beeomo coimnnuplnres In every fac
tory. He was a plonrcr In effect
lug division of labor, of hjivlng each
workman make Daily part of a gun
or perfoim hut one or two operation)
upon a slnglu part. lie was the.
Mist to make guns. whoso parts wore
all alike and Inteichangeatilc, 11 me
chanical revolution In Itself.
Ills first contract was for 10,000
guns ut $111.10 cadi. He spent two
yeais building his r.utory near Xcw
Haven, Conn., and eight years In ex
ecuting tho contract, giving bomb
for $.10,000. The construction of
his armory nnd the tools nil bespoke
his Ingenuity nnd served as models
for the government armories that
While fiom, his guns ho received
a fortune, from his cotton gin he
did not even iccelvc fame In bin own
lifetime, mcicly vexation and ill sap
pulntniont. Hut It wns mm of tlio
great Inventions of the world.
When ho Invented the glu. our
cotton exports amounted to only
IS!), lino pounds annually. In n der
mic they umounteil to 11.000,000
Hubert liillnn said that "Arlc
wrlghl. Watt ami Whitney did nunc
for mankind than any of their (on
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and muscles, sore- from cold, ilieuma
Usui or neuralgia: when you slip,
strain or bruise ) out-self use I'urry
Davis' raiukltter. Tho homo remedy
In a collision of rcnniiylvuiil.i
freight tialiiH nt Plymouth, Intl., the
trucks nf tlio i'eniiHjh.inl.i, Vninlalla
und I.-iko Hrlo ft' Western railroads
were blocked by the debris of thirty
The largest and
m out complete as
Hirtmcnt uf chil
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have ever uliovvu.
In Low Cuts
We pay partic
ular attention lo
tho coriect lilting
uf 1 It 1 1 d reus
iili o us. You 1.1 11
scud jour clui
ilrep bote In pm-
f n c t I'Olllllll'U o
Unit they will no
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