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oki'icu 01' t1ik uoahu of
Honolulu, Jlsiwall, Nov. t, 1910.
"Notlco la hereby Rlvph Ih.it the
ihlidrcn, nut ulriady Vaccinated, (it
the following public schools will bo
v.iccinutcd by a Kovorntncnt phvsl
tl.in nt uurli schools on tho dutcs
licrcaflcr stated, beginning at 9:lC
November 7, Kauluwcln; Kovcnv
her 8, Manna unci Wulklkl; Kovcin
bcr 9, Itojiil; November 10, Wnl
lupo; November 14, Central Oram
mar and Primary; November 1C, Kn-llhl-knl,
Knllhl-iikit' nnd Moati.tliiu;
November 10, 1'auo.i; November 17,
Kalulalil; November 18, Mollllll:
November 21, Miicmno; Novombcr
32, McKlnloy High; November 23,
Kalllil-waena; Novsmbor 21, I'ohu
kalua; November 28, Kaahumanu:
November 29, Normal.
1 hla notice Is given In pursuance
of the requirements of Act G3, Ses
sion laws of 1909,
i:. A. MOTT-SMITH.
President, Territorial Hoard or
4700 Nov. 4, G, 7.
Scaled Tcndcre will bo received nt
tho nfflco of the Superintendent C
Ihlbllc Works until 12 m. of Satur
day, November 19, 1910, for con
structlng tho Kaplolant Girls' Homo,
at Kallhl. Honolulu.
'Plana, specifications nnd proposal
blanks aro on file In the Department
of Public Works.
Tho Superintendent of Public
Works reserves the right to reject
any or nit bids.
Siipcrliitendout of l'ubllc WorkB.
Honolulu, Novombcr 4, 1910.
If It's Paint
AND YOU WANT A Q0OD JOB, SEE ME TOM SHARP
1 '' ARE SEEN EVERYWHERE
PHONE 1G97 . , , , r. v, ELITE 'BUILDING:
Sealed Tenders will bo rocolvod nt
tho ofllco of tho Superintendent of
Public Works until 12 in. of Tuos
day,, Novembor 1, 1910, for an ex
tension and Mltciatlon of tho Hack
fold wharf shod.
The right la reserved to reject any
or 111 bids.
1 MAIISTON CAMPUULU
Superintendent of Public Works.
dUnber 22. 1910. 473r.li0t
Praise for Generous Spirit of
Giving of Honolulu Bus
Pastor Jones ut tho Methodist
church preached his farewell ncrmon
yesterday and that sacred edifice vvua
filled to tho doors
"Final Counsels" was tho appropri
ate BUbJcct of tho discourse, and was
taken from Paul's ndvlco to tho Cor
inthians. In part, ltcv Jones said;
"In selecting n text for this hour I
could find nothing1 moro appropriate
than tho ono Just announced, In vlovv
of tho fact that today Is tho last Sab
bath that I 'shall bo privileged to
preach to you as 'your pastor. This
farowoll message of tho Apostlo Paul
to tho church at Corinth was exprcs
stvo ot'tho Intense, desire of the apos
tlo for tho peace and prosperity of tho
church. This parting word, farewell,
luennt moro to him than n mere sig
nal of separation, It was uttered by
ono whoso heart vvhs overflowing with
lovo for his fellow sen ants. Ho
really desired that the brethren In
Corinth should 'faro veil'
"Hecognlztng in tho church at Cor
inth great possibilities, and animated
by tho hope that the church should
lay usldo her faults nnd foibles, her
contentions mid suites, her buikblt
Ings and bickerings, and every dis
heartening nnd contemptuous practise,
ho g.io uttcranco lo tho Until counsels
of tho text, 'Ho perfect, bu of good
comfort, bo of ono mind, lhe In peace'
It i.ecnin characteristic of every or
ganisation, whether secular or relig
ious, during Its formative period, to
bo occasionally moro or less threat
ened with disruption on account of
disagreements and contentions. Tho
church nt Corinth wan no cxieptlun
'Paul established the Christian Church
at Corinth In thcviycnr of o;ir ton!
.r2, and remained there for .1 year and
a half, preaching the Gospel with all
tho earnestness and fen cm y that he
could command, lie was signally suc
cessful, nlthough ho never hud to dcul
with any pcoplo so Inllatul, so full of
scir-ojlKin, so indifferent to his suf
ferings, bo inconslderato of his well
being. Uut Paul was prompted by a
higher motlvo tlianju deslro tor popu
larity or personal comfort In his no
bio service; and Urn very fact that ho
Huccotdod in pllo"of udvorso clrcum
stancoi was hlghl) gratifying to him
and filled his soul with a mingled
feeling of pity nnd affection for tho
church nt Corinth; nnd when writing
to tho brethren after his departure J
ho was mindful of their needs and
was careful to Instruct them In order
that they might triumph over their
innrmitlcs anil become so 'rooted and
grounded In lovo' that they might
honor nnd glorify (iod In their bodies
nnd In their spirits which wcro
After two years In tho city ns pas
tor of tho Klrst Methodist church, Mr
Junes la leaving behind u monument
to tho strenuous work ho has put In
In those two years, tho beautiful now
building on Ilerctnnla avenue, near
Thomas Square. It la rortnlnly a won
derful result for so short n tlmo.
In tills respect, ltcv. Jones said:
"Two years ago I camo to a llscour
nged church, rcudy to close iior doors
and disband hor congregatlLii."
Tho pastor is high In hU prnlso of
tho generosity of tho business men
nnd others of tho motiled interests In
tho city who hnvo mado It possible.
to erect tho now church through tho
generous donations that bavo been
mado with n decidedly freo hand
Pastor Jones nnd his wlfo will loam
for tho Coast on the Wllhelmlnn next
Wednesday, and will spend somn'llt
tlo tlmo on the Const, visiting with
friends, before going on to tho Meld
of his future lubors at Normal, 1)1.
(ANOTHMl HOSPITAL CASK)
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Complete Office Fixtures
'(or immediate delivery, Addrcn P,
0 Box 207, Honolulu.
HAWAIIAN FISHERY, LTD.
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Authorities doclnro kidney dlsoaic
Incurable after tho sixth month. This
was tho situation up to the working
out of tho now emollient treatment
tho only thing known that dares claim
In print to euro chronic kidney dis
Kvcry case presented has been do
dared lncilritblo by physicians ard In
souio eases four to six havo joined In
the fatal diagnosis.
Case of Mrs. II, 8. Lntuey, wlfo of
II. S. Lathcy, u business mun of No
S0G MontKoniery, street, San Francis.
co Was so low with chronic und
supposed Incurable kidney dlscaso
thnt sho wiir taken to the Oerniun
Hospital Tho physicians mado no
progress und gao no encouragement.
Patient was taken homo and put on
tho now emollient treatment. An
other slow ease Mrs. Lnthey is now
practically well and enjoying llfo In
her usiinl habit although tho caso was
supposed to bo absolutely hopeless.
I niton's Itcnal Compound, tho first
successful truntmeiit for chronic kid
ney disease, can only bo had In youi
city of our authorized agent, Honolu-
lulu Drug Co, Kort street.
Wo deslro to hear from und advise
with every enso not yielding
The second payment of Property,
Income and Special Income Taxes wllf
pe sunjtct a ienpercm penally
'after November 15 'Oetter pay how
and save the penalty.
Best Meeting of Campaign
Brings Out Big Down
ltcpubltcntilsm ran high at the cal
tol grounds last Saturday night In the
biggest and best meeting tho cam
palgu has jet brought out. With nun ,
dreds and hundreds of people crowd
Ing tbo grounds, and nearly over) Ito .
publican candldalo present, tho Grand
Old Party principles nnd policies wero
flowing forth genorousl) and the en
thiislugm ran higher than nt any pre
vious time this fall. I
.Anions tho speakers were such men
us tho Hon W. O. Smith, Oeorgo A
While not advcitlscd us u business
men's meeting, stilt It was remark-.
ublo for tho number of substantial
business men who attended and lent
their npdaiiKO frequently. Important!
addresses wr-ro made by tho Hon. W.
O. Smith, Urorgo A. Davis. A. V. Judd,
candidate for tho scuato, Tony Mar-
cillluo, Norni.iu Wntklns, C. K. Chll
llngworth and inanj others of tho can'
W O. Smith made a rtrnng pica for
straight ticket voting Tho vetornn of
ninny Hawaiian (lections referred to
tho growth of Industry and prosper
ity In tho Islands, and argued that
a continuance of this prospcrlt mcani
that a Itopubllcan ticket must bo elec
ted Republican Issues Sound.
'"Tho principles which hnvo made
these Islands populous nnd wealthy,
which have built up tho Territory's
(Itlzcnsblp, must bo maintained," said
Mr. Smith "Tho Itepubllcan party
In this election stands for the main
tcMimeo of tho best tho Territory has
to o'or Its citizens Wo must not
betray its trust. Wo must otu for
piogrcss, prosicrlty, happiness, for
work and for horn's."
Mr. Davis went thoroughly Into tho
Issues of tho campaign. Ho showed
what Itepiibllc'.iiilsm has meant and
mcins now to tho Islands and shnwid
llso that tho Democrats cannot fulfill
their widespread promises to the Ha-
wallans of moro work and higher
wages Ho said 111 part:
"Thero Ih not an abundance nf lull
or nvallahto In Hawaii. Tho planta
lions need mor" ""They can incrcaso
their present production ol sugar by
25,000 tons per jcar If thoy can gt'
"Tho several plantations of Hawaii
and o'licr corporal I'Uii. ny Into tho
Territorial tn.isury for taxes tho
enormous sum of $l,Snn,ono per yrai.
Out of tho money dcrlvid from theso
taxes tho settlement on Molokal and
Ha unfortunate Inhabitants aro main
tn'-icd at nn annual cost of (188,820
The hospitals tho rharlii-blo Instltu
tlous tbo J ilia mid public Improve
ments aro supplied and carried on
bv this moiiev Tho long list of Tor-
rltorlil odlel.'ilM oiiit-ldo of thn Judgei
and the mniii' of tho legislature,
arc uupporlr ' nnil nald fr"in IMh mo
ncj The enormous sum of 1 1 "Ol
la ild for riliiritlimil purpoKOs hlen
nlally In IbU Trr'lor, The shutting
down, or crippling i-i"i of tbo grcit
sugir esta'rs nf II iwi ni'-ans flnan '
clal illsaxter and hiiniiu sufforlng that
would appal MrC.indlosa nnd his frd
lowers nnd mnkij tlicm sheil tears no
fast as tho Arabian trees their ins
Democracy a Ont Man Party.
"A one-man puty Is tbo Dcniocri
tic party of Hawaii Tho dummies
who nro following him In this contest
will find nt thn end of tbo campaign
Dint they will bo out of a Job and
their occupations will li gone on tho
mornlig of tho 9th of Novombcr
"Joseph will become a Judali and
tho followers will clocl) resemble,
bomu of thu icmnauls of Coxey's nrmy
after Coxoy disappeared. No moroi
corn ror tliclr sacks nor money ro
turned They will return to tho head
quarters of the part) and find u few
chairs and no ono to greet them with
tbo rrn handshake, or tho McCund
less 'hot air.
"The Itepubllcan loaders. If thej
win, will hnvo many places to fill
'ho Democrats will have nothing; ev
ery office they could get their hands
on Is filled b) ono of tbo faithful
Pon.i body must n sign or din boforo
tho worker can get his reward; a
;loomv prospect for tho grumbling
)ob chasers Tho pollco dcpaitmcnt,
and tho positions In Deacon Trent's
oftlri- aro nil filled No moio Domo-
cials for tho Territorial depigments
and pit iiiurh doing around (ho IVd '
oral ileparlmrjilb for tho rumnants-ot
Link's army "
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.
SAMPLE LINE . '
ComprisinR the following s'ylct:
THE ORETCHEN, THE POSTER. THE BUNGALOW, THE
RAGLIN CRETONNE, THE LOO CABIN, THE RAOLIN
SHAIKI In 30xG0, 30x72 and 4x7. 6x0 Sizes
Price $1.25 to $12.50 . '
These rugs nre hand-wren from new girgliam nnd
percale rugi, and arc beautiful illustrations of the revival
of the homely occupations of a century ago, in keeping
with the Mission style of furnishing so popular today.
The soft shades in delft nile and tan arc most appro-
. priatc far bedroom and bath. Then there are the darker
shades suitable for bungalows and seavdc homes, where
a desire for the Quaint, Mission nnd Colonial effects is
This is just a sample lot ordered by ns to make selec
tions from 25 pa'tcrns and st'les no two alike so it
will behoove you to call early before they are sold ont.
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