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HVKNINO ntJI.I.r.TIN, HONOI.UMI, T. II TI'KSIlW. NOV ft. 1110.
JAPAN'S MORGAN RDLOHAYYET
A VISITOR HERE GET IIS PARK
SIMPLY LIGHT AND
Warmer docs the rest
I i" ;s-'v-iiNv
for Infants and Children
Don't Poison Baby.
CORTV YI1AI1S A0 nlnimt every motlicr thought licr child mint havo
imrcKitrlf or laudanum to make It sleep. Tlioso drug will produro sleep,
and n Tew drops loo iimny will produco llio sleep from wlilrli llii-ro l
noitMklii(r. Many hro llio children who havo been killed 01 wlioio health hv
been ruined for life, by paregoric, laudanum and morphine, each of which Ii a
uai colli p.-odnct of opium. DrugfjMs aro prohibited from selling cither of the
nurcotu-s nunie.l to children nt all, or to an) body without labeling them
"poison." Thu definition of narcotic " Is: "A medicine which reUcva jxttn
ami jinxluet deep, but which in jwfamouM (tow jirotlueei jftyior, coma, convuU
tiona and death." Tho taslo nnd smell of medicines containing opium nro dls
Cubed, and sold under the names of "Drop," "Cordlali," "Soothing Syrups,"
etc. You fchould not permit any me lldno to ho given to your children without
jim or)o -r piivsmaii know of vvliat It Is composed. CiiMorlu iloes not con.
TyivX" Bimrnntcc uenulii
Physicians Recommend Castorla.
-mate rrnpimtij prr-crUl Cailnrla for com
niou ailuiiDta u( cLllJr. u with pl renin."
W. A. ChimiiiC M D ,
UuSalu, N. V.
"Aa the fthrt ef thlrlirn clilMrcn I ctrtalnlr
know roriirllilce almiu jmir p,nt itmllrln. anil,
a.lil. from my unn fim'ty rinirliiire, I lntr, In
my jn-ara of prartlm, rnmiil faitorla a wpulur aii.1
eslclent ft-muly lu ulinint nt ery hump "
W. J. McCmjix, M. I) ,
Childron Cry for
In Use For
"I flml your Caalorla la ytrj brncllclal In Uio
treatment uf cUidnu'a allmcnli "
V. Uitu, M. D ,
"I ohji-ct to what aro fallrf jiat-nt mmictrira,
hi rft maLrr atono know a w liat Hull U pot In Ibcm,
but I knmr U10 formula of your Caalo.la and adrt.o
llu-ulniniprm.i. I Juilg.lt tot a very um
fill, aa well aa banultaa family mnlldoi-."
N. II. Hum, M. n ,
DrooUn, N. Y.
Over 30 Years.
ASK FOR IT AT THE
I I THE BEST MM T4 W
THE WOULD InlilziSL
j-WOSOJ ii. tfVjA II
Order a Case for the home
RycrofV.s Fountain Soda Works
J. A. GILMAN,
Shipping and Commission
Arthur Sewall & Co., Bath, Mo.
Parrott fc Co., Saa Frauoisoo
Badger's Fire Extinguisher Co.
General Fire Extinguisher Co.
(ORINNEU AUTOMATIC faPRWKLEH)
Neuiuan Clock Co.
Royal Standard Typewriter
Aachen & Munich Fire Ins. Co.
FORT STREET, NEAR MERCHANT
If It's Paint
D YOU WANT A GOOD JOB,' SEE ME TOM SHARP
ARE S SEN EVERYWHERE
ABADIE'S TRENCH PROCESS USED IN CLEANING ' 1
Ball and Dinner Gowns and Evening
JjABADIE, Ptoprictor " 777 KING
K. No Branches
Nipponese Financier Is Return
inn From Trip Around
Ilnwm II. MIIbiiI. mulll millionaire,
who Is nick named ns the. "J. 1. Mor
Ban" of Jniinn Is 0110 of Hie illstlnc
nlslicd pasntiifiois cm the .Jnpmieio
llnor Teno Mnru, which was In llo-
noliilu jeMenlnj nnd last lilplit.
"I have feen tho Slates before.'
snld llio Unron. "but slnco then tho
condition of tho country has changed
Brcatly for the betterment of tho peo
ple." continued tho Unron, when nak
ed ijy a II 11 1 1 o 1 1 n reporter for n
lie was busy adjusting his camera
nt jtho Japanese cruisers Asama and
nnn.iKi, wiiicn were ling nt tlio na
val wharf No sooner had ho said this
than Admiral Ynshlro, accompanied
by his s'aff nnd Captain Tannka of
tho flagship Asamn and Captain Mn
Jlma of llio Kasagl, hoarded tho
steamer to mec tho distinguished Jnp.
The parly left Japan In tho lat
ter part of April Inst by way of Sibe
ria. They stopped nt St. 1'ctersburg,
nnd visited nil tho other principal ci
ties In Hurope.
The trip around tho world, accord
ing to his secretary, Snkural, was for
pleasure. Of course. In nil the cities,
where tho great Mltsul company luw
branch .olTlecs nnd agencies the 111
ron lncstlgitctt the condition of tho
Tho Uaron nnd his pirty wero met
of port ti l Kntsukl of llonolnlu.
whoso wife Is distantly relaKM to tho
Mltsul family Diirlni; (heir short
stnv In port Dr Kntsukl entertnlned
them nt n dinner Inst night They
Usltcd the Pall nquarlum and other
points of Interests.
(ripi-iliil llu 111 tin Cirriaiioiiiloiicr.)
1III.O, .Nov. 3. I.. A. Thumtou loft
twl.iy tor Honolulu where he will take
up varioiu inalliJiH cuina-cle'd With tho
1 llio Kullroail Co. 'fliu plans tor tho
vharf lit lic'eilt flaf vflllibddlscuss
ed, ami tbq nuuuilf njeetlugor thu
iV'npany wljl Iw.'held. "V
(lu coiiikc lou with tho reports
wlijch 1110 bulng pr pared for uubinls
slj'ii lu tho EloLkholdurs nt the ammal
mivtliig", Mn Tliurslon said 'Hint' tho
Ki'jiwtli of thu lliilliojil Coinpany'a
business had been iistoundliiK- A par
ticularly gintlf)lng fcatiiro was tho
fact that this lucieaso Mas not so
much ciiiKHd Jy Uio ljuslncss of tho
plantations mid tho lumber mills us
by tho steady growth of the general
fielght trallle. This had Inci eased In
llio most uurprisliiK miiniior, showing
Hint thu country truersed by tho mil
load was being ery generally do
Thu latest flgincs for tho new rail
road wharf showed that thu chnnga
of Ideation from the orlglluil propos
ed f-lle goiiio twcho hiuiilrfil feet from
thcr shore to n point about threo hun
dreil feet from tho bench would not
linfiho In Increnso of expenso ns had
been gouoi'allvt, thought It will on
the conlraiy, lie cheaper ,to .build' tho
wharf on tho newly sIkisuii sltp. This
is piitly on iiftconntjof the fact.(hat
a gcat iart ofthorvharf will bo built
In cnnipnratiely shallow water, nnd
llio 'groat expense of piles will thus
he malorlnlly reduced, l'urthormoro,
tho approach will ho so much short
er, and It seems piohablo that enough
material will como to hand from tho
nccosanry oxcnvntlon of tho slip to
proildn for not only tho railroad ap
proach, hut for n public approach us
Extension li Planned.
During tho past week Mr. Thurston,
Ruiwrlntrnilont Tiller, Engineer Kluo
gel. Contractor Wilson nnd Mr. I)n
vis. tho lirldgo expert, spent threo
dns going over llio proposed Unn
for tho extension from Ilaknlnii to
I'anullo, nnd gathering datn ns well ns
getting .1 geneinl' Idea, of llio work
which Is to bo dono.
Tho first work on tlio extension to
Pnnullo will begin this week, snld Mr.
Thurson beforo lonvlng for Honolulu
The terminus of tho dllslnn to Hit
kalau ends near tho Hakalau storo,
nnd the extension to IInknlau' hoglns
nhout 'h quarlerof a mllo nn thin sldo
of the; Ilaknlnii lllago. Thero Is n
cry l$ay cut to ho made hnck of
tho settlement, nnd this will bo tho
Hirst work to hq tnken up.
ino exact mentions ror tho cross
ings of tho Manilla nnd the I.aupa
hoehoo gulches, which will bo the
hoaWest pieces of work to ho encoun
tered, haio not as yet been selected,
hilt thy haio been so nearly picked
out that work nt thoso two places will
begin next month Owing to the fact
that thn work nt these places will
tnkc consldcrnblo tlmo, (heso will bo
tnrkled first Instead of building tho
lino In gcotrrnphlcnl serpienco.
2185 MlH(irlaUrii(iius- 2250
lihnne niimlii r nf the II 11 1 1 11 1 1 11.
TlH'M' lire Hie lelf-
Citizens Rccsive Encouragirtg
Letters from Governor
(Ppiclnl II 11 1 lot In c rrnnpnnilrnee )
1III.O, Nov. 4 Tho dteam of the
citizens of llllo to hae the land on
tho maknl side of front street set
nsldo for a public park may yet come
true. Hut it will tnkc n long time
This Is what both (loernor Knar and
Superintendent of I'jiblli Works Mars
ton Campbell say.
The Supcnlsors luuo received let
ters from both the olllclnls mention
ed, lu answer to the resolution In
troduccd by Superior Lyman nt
the September meeting of tho Hoard
This resolution called for tho setting
nsldo for n public park of nil tho hind
on tho niakal side of front street
from tho Moohenu Park to the Will
loi rher, and tho tlotemor and thn
Superintendent of Public Works were
nsked to help tho plan nlong.
Tho Coopior writes In pnit as fol
lows: "This matter will reecho careful
consideration, hut I mny add that
acquiring lands cither by exchange
or by sale of other lands and pur
chase Is u slow mailer now since tho
amendments to the Organic Ait have
restricted the power of rvchangc. It
was slow enough before and Is mora
so now The government Is nt pres
ent tinnhlH to nripilm n number of
pieces of land which nre very much
needed for public purposes It will
lake ll.iio to do this."
MarMon Campbell also advises pa
tience, hut piomlses his support,
writing in part ns follows'
"Ceilaln portions of the land desir
ed for public pirk purposes me with
in t lie Wulakea leare As soon us snld
tense expires tho Innds may be turned
over for pnrk purposes Tho balance
of the lands will have to be secured
cither by purchase or by condemna
tion. I will nssuro you, however, that
the Superintendent of Public Works
will do all In Ids power"
WHY NOT STOP THAT ITCH?
Is It woilh 10 cents to jou to ston
Hint awful, awful agonizing Itch?
If jou nro nffllcted with skin dis
ease, tho klnd that seems lo baffle
medical treatment, nnd lenves jou
wild with llcli, wo hope ou will not
fal to Investigate n prescription which
Is now rocommendcil by many of the
best skin specialists, oven in prefer
ence to Ihelr own prescriptions. It Is
tho simple, soothing oil of wlnfrgrecn
compound known ns I) D I). Pres
crlptlon nnd sells nt $1.00 n bottle
Ilul n 10 cent snmple hot lie must con-
vlnco jou that tho llrh Is Instantly al
ia en ny mis proscription. Ret a lib
oral snmple bnttlo of the boiling,
soothing, external remedy. D D. I).
Vrescrlpllon nnd see'
Wo feel quite sure Hint before long
jou will bo cured, nnd nt nuy rnto wo
know KNOW POSITIVELY tli.it
jour Itch will b, ailaved Instnntlj, the
mlimto Hint soothing liquid applied
to tho skin
Write direct to I) U. I). Co, 112
Michigan St., Chicago, enclosing in
cents for. tho sample bottle.
Honolulu Drug Co, Port Streot.
In n sortcB of telephonic experi
ments n (lormun scientist has made
magnets, alternating current trans
formers nnd oven dynamos tnlk with
out tho use of v limiting plates or
Weekly Ilnlletln (I per. tear.
Board of Public Lands,
The ,Welkom Warmer
Slzo JiixSlS Inches, weight 4lb
Tho only modern, Bnfe, effectlvo nnd
sensible substituto for tho antiquated
Hot Water Hag.
No wnter to heat no rubber to rot
Will last for years.
The Warmer Is nindo of metal heat- I
ed within one inlnuto by tho lighting,
nnd Insertion of 11 paper tube con-l
tntnlng a hl:rili, sinnliilrss nnd'
nilorless futl generating n uniform'
bent which Hts over two bourn nt 11
cost of less than ono ent It Is turved
to lit nuy norllon nf tin. limlv mul !.l,l I
in plnco by means of n bag nnd belt
allow lug the wearer to move about nt
.VS Pl KII.I.EU
The Welkom Warmer hns no equal
It can bo put Into eonstnnt nrtlon nnd
Is Indispensable In enscs, of rheuma
tism, lumbago, neuiiilgia, sciatica,
Ily placing the Wanner on tlie uf
fectcd part the heat being dry", not
moist, bnkrs out the cidd. Physicians
say that the moist heat or the hot wat
er bag will not core hut aggravate the
ailments nbove mentioned
Many havo been snld not a tnglo
Complete outfit Including Warmer,
bag belt, (nil nnd In lubes of find sent
prepaid to nny part of the It S iiihii
receipt of $1 00
If you wish to know 11101 e nlnti.t this
wonderful device wrlto today for free
WELKOM WARMER MFG. CO.
lOS Fulton SI, Neil Urk.
Notlie Is li'iebj given that ul'
peisons who pauj nvvny topper vvlrii
or other telephone lompiiij material
are Halite to an est and will be pins
edited whenever dhuovered
AlUTlfAI. TKI.KPIIONi: TO.
Notlco Is hereby given that the
following proposed land transactions'
aro before this board for consldera-l
tlon. All persons desiring to object'
because tho land should be home-
steaded or otherwise, are requested to
nrfwnnt itiicli nlilectlmiu In thin lwi.inl
In writing or In person, ou Wednes
day, November 30, at 2 p. m, nt
Ilxecutlve Untitling, T. II.:
Sale of lots nt auction, without
restrictions, for summer homes, etc.. I
011 Volcano road, Oliia, nt 28 nnd 2'jj
Appllcnnt P. C. Hcnnier, a. I,.
Desha Sr. nnd 27 othera.
' (Signed) J. V, UnOWN,
Sfcrotnry of Hoard of Public Lands.
iUo Oct. 4, 11, 18, 25; Nov. 1, 8,
x in, 22.
The Straight Ticker
,nl in Hciiiitilul
Close to Nature and be
Kaimuki Land Co.,
Sealed Tenders will bo received nt
tho olllco of tho Superintendent or
Public Works until 12 m. or Satur
day, November 19, 1910, for fon
slructlng the Kaplolanl Olrls' Home,
nt Kallhl, Honolulu.
Plans, sperldriitlnns nnd proposal
blanks nre on lite In the Department
of Public Works.
Tho Superintendent of Public
WorkB reseives the right to reject
nny or nil bids.
MARSTON CAMI'UIlMi. '
' SiipcrlntHiidpnt of Public 'Works.
Honolulu, November,' ltlin,
t 47CMOP 1
THE RENEAR CO.
AX0AR0BA BEAN MILLS
MODERN SANITARY PLUMBIN0
The Pioneer number
183 MEFCHANT STREET
HAWAIIAN FISHERY, LTD.
King Street FUh Market
Comprising- the following s'ylcs:
THE GRETCHEN, THE POSTER, THE DUN0AL0W, THE
RAGLIN CRETONNE, THE LOG CA2IH, THE RA0LIN
SHAIKI In 30xGO, 3Gx72 nnd 4x7, 5x0 Sire.
Price $1.25 to $12.50
These rags arc hr.nd-v-i.ven from new Bingham nnd
percale rtifjs. nnd aro bcsatiful lUnslratlons of the revival
of the homely octunttions of a century ago, in keeping
with the Mission style of furnishing so popular today.
The soft shades indclft nilc and tan nre mos'. appro
priate for bedroom and bath. Then there are the darker
shades suitable for bar.galcws and scavdc homes, where
n desire for the Qunint, Mission and Colonial effects is
This is just a sample lot ordered by us to make selec
tions from 25 pa'terns and sWcs no two nlikc so it
will behoove yon to Mil early before they nre sold out.
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY
Why Don't You Use a
WEST1NGH0USE ELECTRIC IRON
-li . I tk
iliighcst in Quality Lowest iiv Cost
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
AS long as you are not. a. vege
tarian buy your supply of
meat where you Rnow jt is
clean and good.
Metropolitan Meat Market
HEfXBRON & LOUIS..
Te ephone 1814
Better than Celery-Soda, and with all the pleasant fUvor
and heneficinl results.
It will cure Headaches, Sour Stomach, Indigestion.
Effervescent and Sparkling
ALL SIZES, TR0M 25 CENTS TO $1
Benson, Smith & Co.,
FORT AND HOTEL STREETS
Time To Get Ready For
Preparations are being mide to serve you here. Order your
PIES and other TABLE DELICACIES NOW, Select from this list:
MINCE, PUMPKIN SQUASH and CRANBERRY PIES, and PLUM
& jtfla1 Wia. t'k