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SBl 0 EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.. TUESDAY, APR. 4, 1911. . .
I '",.-.'.,' w. i N DfFAIRCHILD BILL iislsl if YOUNG TEACHER'S LARGE TOBACCO -sssiggr
1 w 'BRINOS CRSTICISM;13v: DEATH IS QUICK DEAL PENDING iliMVlf
l jTtttttTtTTtihj ill I I mil) do overcome In conro nf tlinc. PJS HjT ' tok S tflfi 9 Ik H
t' H 1 1 1 H 1 1 1 H" " "To cnrrv nut tlio Intent of till rri- 5M Lw Si B aV 1S& IV A V MB
r IJZT3OTF'"i IS. . IB. .UIM RiM M BOM M1 BV BB
The Wclkom Warmer
Slro S',4 x 514 Indies,
'I )it only modern, safe, orfecllvo nnil
MUlSlblo HUllStltlltO (or tllC UUtltllUltcll
Hot Wnlrr Hug. I
No wnter to heat no rubbor to rot.
Will lust for years.
The Warmer W mado of motiil Jieut
ed within nnn tulttiito by tlio lighting
nnil Insertion of a' paner tubo con
taining a lihiclcfi. Maiiki'lcl anil
iiilorlfvi fuel generating n uniform
heat which Inst over two liourH at n
rout or less than onn rent. It Ik rurved
to til nny pnillon of llio lioilv unci held
In place by moans of u bug ami bull
allowing tlm vvonror to nintu about at
,s a ri killlk
llie Wolkom Warmer lias no equal.
It Pan bo put Into constant action nnil
Is nillsi('iiB.tbl In i-a.-PR of rhouina
tlsm, lumbago, neiiinlgl.i, sciatica,
II) placing tliu Wtiimcr on tho nf
rycied pnrt tlm heal being ilry, not
mnlKt Ihidfi out ttn roltl. Physicians
ay that the moist heat of tlm lint wat
er bag IH not cure but nggrr.vnto tlm
' aliments tlboVtl mentioned.
Jluiiv hmn boon mid not a t-'ngln
Complete nutllt Including Warner,
lug belt. 'll ami 10 tubes of fuel M-ut
jiniKilil in any part of tho t' ii,.
IP. Win of I 'Ml.
If 1 1 wish In know morn about this
vvondeilul device wrllo Inlay for free
WELKOM WARMER MFG. CO.
10S 1'iillnii Sl Nch York.
SA & CO.
Bottled in Do ml
JULCS IT.RCHAnDS &. riLS"
CALirOHNIA 8PARKLINQ WINE3
Wr Deliver lo Any Part of the City
ROSA & CO.,
Alakea and Queen Street
KINO AND NUUANII STREETS
KOH SALE AT All 3AW
Cream Pure Rye
LOVE JOY AND
You'll find they're all good fel
"It's the Fashion"
Hotel nr. Fort D. II. Dav(ei, Prop
V7r w rvn
itUy in tW Cts.c w ttxcv
gets to tho point quicker l.'vcry
lime vve examine u pirsnnn eyes
or lit a pair of glasses, wo give tlm!
full ineusiiro of our nxprjcnee,
which exteiejs over many yenrs.
Tlin"'xperl"nee has given hs the
i.klll nud ability to ask for nnd
intrlt your roiilldince '
A. N. Sanford,
Boiton Bulldlnn Tort Stroet
Ovtr Aluy & Co.
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it it- ii i i i
Homcsleailinrj Attacked and ,
Defended at Public
Himidk siipimrt and itrong eniulcm
. t Ion lur tin' lieu l.i li1 plan (if Sen-
in I'liirChlhl niarkeil tin- bearlnn hebl
on the bill Inst nltilit bv the nys ami emus from the public Innils for school
nn .'Hi cniniiilltee of the Senate. Tlio ' pm pones nnil the plncliiK of the eilu
Kiibject before the meelliiK was Ken.itp, r.itlonnl ncctls In this bill will iIpcpIvc.'
j Joint Itesolutlon N'o. 1. enutalnlnir n
I bill wtikli Consress wonbl bo nslteil
I in pass, wltlulmwlnt! nil of the i1p -
I loped nxrlciiltiirnl IniiiN of the Tor-,
rllnry rrom the nppllcnllon or tne chlbl (Jeclnreil that the "monstrosity np
homostenilliiB law ami pl.iclnrt their nil- plieil to both shies of the question."
mlnlsti.itlnn In the hniuN of a ciuiiiuls- -wv nre snlllm; under n false Imn
slon to be appointed by the Ooernor, nor of hnniestoudlllK folly," he snld,
tile system to be hi operation ncr a' nn, t s,aliout time; we nilmltted n
period of llfty sears. (arc wrong. Tlio tahm of the public
W (t. Smith declared that "this innds Is brliiK illsslpateil without fur
mensiire Is a villous one nud I ''" ! tlicrlnrr the Idea of hoincstenillnii nnil
hnrdlv discuss It temperately." loslnir Kovi-runlpnt nsset by the Very
i; l'nxoii lllsliop wan eqiinlly pertain , failure of the homestenillnir policy to
that the Idea rnjilit be applleil success- W(,rk out as planned. It Is time that
fullv "I am In fnvor of the ucnornl UP were dcillcnteil to the Idea of tho
plim of that bill." snbl Jlr. lllsliop. ;
We hnve to no fometniiiK nnu me. At the present time the lalul Is Ruin)?
lime Is now." j Into the lininls of the fow nnil Is be-
J V Coolie declared Hint If a plank , R i,,t ( ,c Territory forever. Al
r.mbii.lyliiK the lnnd plan proposed hail icucd lnimestendcrs nre slliiily wnltlns
In en Inserted In the rti'Piilillcun pbit- Krn, (10 Onvc-lnpeil land and then
form, not one-half of the pirty candl-lKcll out. That Is not tlm ploiiwrlnn
d ites wiiulil have been seated In the Knrlt upon which the homesteaillnir
liotisps of the Irf-Rlsl.iture He also
cbnlleiiBed Kalrchlbl lo submit the Idea
to a plililsdtc.
st tin tor ChlllliiKWorth ilpelared Ills
siippoil of the objttt nuiRlit lo be oh-j Senator ChllllnKWorth then nskeil
lahlld hi Hie rnlrchlbl bill, dctlarlns o. Smllh If he could point out nap cafe
Hint he had no iiiiilbleiice In the exist- uherc linmi'ittiiiillnix bad been success
lim homesieiidliiiT 'vstem (u mid that If It was not possible for
IHclinM lvus dcelnri 0 OJiai ,
"pre-cut himiestondlniT system Is as b.nl
m it i'iiiiIiI be." but did not care to
commit himself on the Rciicrnl terms
of the rnlrchlbl plan
Senator Jinlil took n conserMitlve
view of the situation, declaring that tho
laud policy had to be looked at mm
the viewpoint of the nation nml In
pr. juration for ultimate Statehood, lie
.11.1 not approve of tlm IMIrrhllil plan
In Us present form.
I'resl.luil (lllinore of Hie t ouege m
Hawaii polnl.sl out the e lonile laws'
.ipidleiihle to Teiiltorlal land develop-1
in. 'lit and inslsleti nun ron"" """ ,
Ilnki'il with the cultivation
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ireiis or lalul iiiimr one w-iiiui. i
V. II KiirrliiKtun sliowen inni nn-1 HospUnls for Its people,
wall Is tlio onl place whero no puhllo ..j ,m llnt i,fCvo that there Is a
land ll set aside for the benellt of the rnnunlty In the world with one-bnlf
ediiiittloii.il needs, nud staled that the r tln ,,rr cn,tn wealth of Ilnwall."
Inruo revenues nre obtained on tha.nn jr. ltbhnp, "that has not pro
mjlnl.iml from that source, for eduea- J vlilrtl an Institution for the care of Its
tlon-il purposes. Indigent sick. It Is the Devil's own
Alie Lewis, n member of tho eom-.nBi i !fon ii1(, ones we have going.
mission appointed by tho Onvernnr to
studv the land question before tlio ,nai. j know, for I have cared for
nun ailments to the Organic amendment , nI1(.,.H ,,f that liiKtitiltlun for n
were drawn up, I old of Hie dllllcultles mni,r nr years. There nre never suf
tbat beset the members of the roinmls- I ncient funiN from the Leglsbituie and
slon In endenvorlng to necnre puiuic,
hearliiKs nnd Hie evpresslo'n of the sen
tlnienl of the community.
The i ntlro nbsi nee of ndmlnlstrntlon
iilllelnls Inti rested In the land question
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i no member or t;ncrnor I rears innciai
I rnmllv was nre lent, the thnlrman slat
ing Hint T-and Commissioner Campbell
luul been nskeit to be present.
Ir. culling the meeting to order.
Chairman ralrehlbl o-cplalneil thnt tho
resolution embodvliuT the new lnnd
pulley had been Introduced In the Sen-
ate by Hie wnys and means commltteo
tute to a resolution nsmng
for Hie setting nsl.le or n trnct or gov
eminent land on Knnnl for the benefit
of the College nf Hawaii. The report
of the committee nnd the resolution
were read, nnd r.ilrrlilhl then prncecil
eil lo evptaln t)ie gcntrnl terms of tho
bill It wan proposed to ask Congress to
He pointed nut thnt the nppenl to
the Supreme Court from rules nnd reg
ulations of the proposed commission
would be sufficient safeguard, nnd nsk
eil fortt "full, fmnk nnd free discus
sion." C S. Desky began by asking Chair
wai a mnuir or comment win-n ,i.t. coniiioiiniy, ji incfc iuiih iuu nunu."
m.stlnc was called to order by Chair-1 ncient for the ways and means com
man rnlrchlbl. In the Throne Itoom. . mlltee to get n hustle on nnil nttempt
Willi the eveeptlon of Auditor l'lslirr. i to Iiml n renusly. then what Is?"
man Knlrchlld It It vtns tho plan In if!a (IDn ,, year ngo. It was thought
withdraw nil of the developed ngrlcul- the mailer was settled. Ill September
tural lnnds of the Territory from home-i.u )mil condition of the Hipubll
Mcndlng for n period of llfty yenrs. ,.,, nnrty. You will remember thnt
"It Is," Ifalrchlbl replied, "we es
tlmnte, however, that thnt Is nn nrcn
eitunlly as Inrge ns tho developed lands
Hint will be fully ndnpteil to settlement
The renl views on the plnn begnn to
receive expiesslnn when Senntnr Judd
asked W. O. Smith If ho wns opposed
or fnvornblc to the bill.
"I can answer that very briefly," wns
the reply. "I nm not only not In fn
vor of It, but I nm very strongly op
Imis.i1 lo It. It seems tilmost Impossi
ble that the men behind tho Iden nro
slncrre In advocating It It would re
move the bulk of the public lands from
po.tslhle liomestenillng for n period of
llftv yenrs, dinpplng nil nf the snfe
guivrils and nil of the restrictions Hint
have been applied through necessity.".
Tho qieaker then went back to tho
time of Knmehnmeha III. nnd his dis
tribution of lands to the peoplp, de
claring Hint "It would stnnd for nil Hmn
as n monument tn that great king and i about "MOO tons of coal annually
his advisers." lie spoke of tho frnm-jfrom foreign countries, nbout thrcu
liig of the first homestead act In 18"' fourths of willed has been supplied
by Snnford II Dole, then n member of. , asIi.i,, ,iln i,,,!,.,,,.,, from .Inn.in.
tln Ioi;il.Tturo, nml Ofrl.iroil thnt tho;
"voice tin ft t-nnu' from ncra tho writer
in nn nneorlnln n,l. .leelnrlnff llm.
absolute. Imperative policy of the nn -
tlonnl government thnt Ilnwall Is to
rneournge the small farmer nnd dlvlilolng of tho Panama Canal. Tho ship
up the land as much as possible. Imminent of coal fiiim tho United States
noi nriniisi' inienering witn staii-
llshed Iniljistrles" lie stnted Hint It
was only Mny 10 of last yenr that
ConcTPss passed Hie bind amendments
lo the Organic Act, nnd Hint It would
place the Terrltmy In nn absurd light
tn go before Congress ngnln nnd nsk
for ii n upsetting of the land law even
In fore the present system had been
given n fair trial
"I bellevo that some of tbomend
Incuts to tho Organic Act wero not
lire bound to the principle, nnil the
Voice fin-in Washington lias been that
the public liuiili nf Hawaii must bo
i sutiitlvlilpil "
Mr Smith ilcclarnl Hint the dlltlciit
tlct Hint lint! Iippii encountered In
liomcitPiiilliiK were Inherent ntnl rniibl
mil) bo overcome In course of tlinc.
"To carry out the Intent of till res-
million anil leave only tlm iiiuleviliippil
i.m.i.. for the iimm-stcmicr would be
me grciucii mep nncitwnrii since mere,
bus bprn civilized government In these
IslnniN." sabl Mr. Smith. ''I nm try
liiic to xpenk teinpprntcly, but In carry
out this plan woubl be nothing Ipss
limit iinintious. C'oimress miiiiM nev-
er cmnliler It. To yc. a'lilo there rev-
no oni It will certnlnly not throw
ilust In the ej-es of CoiiRress."
a Falie Dannor.
lteplylnK to Mr. Smith, Senator llalr-
(jri'iitei - t Knoil for the grpatest number. J
,mry based wlnmver found. I
Hiilm the plan In this resolution will
iniike the country nnil pn-sirvn reve
Illlp for tp Territory."
i plaiilntlont to acquire nil or tlio
hon,ieileails by purchase within n pc-
rlod of fifteen yens, with a
spondlm; loss to the Territory
Mr. Smith practically conceded that
this was so. nilllliiKWorth then as
serted that he was favoiable to some
such plan ns contained 111 the I'alr
chlbl rcnlutlon, win re the public lnnd
nnil the revenue therefrom would be
conserved lo the Territory.
.r,, r, ,nnrfcB r 1'nxon lllsliop '',',' " ,' . . . .
,,,.,, of the resolution of the ways, """" '" win. uncertainly at
,, m(,111H ,.oniinlttie of the Senate "' whether It wns Clifford or Ills
conslltnteil someimng oi un nuiici-
nlr,, mmii the eoiiimuiiltv for Its fall-
. ... .. . .. ... .1
uro lo provioe nucqiiiiio hciihois
,,.a( , ,ntr,ry of the Queen's IIos.
,,v,.ry , ).ro knows that when there
Is a health einergenc)' the health nu
thoiltles have to go ilowiitnwii to get
money to fight the epidemic, Oittsldo
ii few new buildings, our school liulld
Iiies nre n illsernre to nny clvlll?eil
i . .i ... un ... u..
Mr. Illsbop then stnteil that It was
the llkid policy or tho Unlit d States
got eminent to liomesle.iil undeveloped
lands, but not lauds that had already
been successfully cultivated.
"The lioinesteadlng policy In the
West did not nm oat people ulrendy
tbeie," tnld Mr. Illsbop "It was plo-
neiring work that was encourageii. 'in
(Siainl Muliele mil not ucveiop lilt
country In the coinmercl.il stusti. It
was the Industry In cultivating the
land. The Idea of u commission Is a
good one 111 preserving it great asset
for posterity. If wu aio ufrnld to tell
Congress what we neiil," concluded
nKiup, 'then our llnlsh Is In sight."
J. P. Cooke's Vlewt.
J. 1. Coolvo wuh upponcd to the bill.
"Yon will leiueiuber," said .Mr. Cool.e,
"that largely lit the Instance of tho
Delegate it special session was culled
for the pmposu of putting through tho
uiiifiulmeiitH to the laud law. Congress
lid not impress Its Dual npiirovnl until
the laud question did not tomo up III
nny shape or manner. I say If you had
put a plank In tho Itepubllcuu plntform
to turry out tho spirit of this resolu
tion nn would not havo seated ono
lllth of the ltepubllciin representatives
tlectpil in this Inst election. If tlm
nronle linrt known what was on tho
outside and vvhnt wns being iheiped.
you would nol have been elected. I
challenge you, Mr. Chnlrmnn, to pass
this bill and then submit It to n picn
75,000 TONS COAL
(HkcI.iI lliilletlu Ocrrtsiionibiue.)
Washington, Murch 22. According
to a stntenient of tho Ilureau of Man
ufactures of tho Dep.utinent of Coui
meiro and Utbor Hawaii imports
1 " -- .---, -
In tulditton, an iiincaaliiK quautUy of
! SllllH0-cl frillll tllO United
. Slates, nud tills trade may ho oxpect-
oil to doveloi further after tlio upon-
Hawaii dining tlm calendar yenr
lIHO nggreguted BLCil tons, vulueil nt
9181,214. ns ugulust 3,7Q2 tons, valued
nt $113,0:17 In limy.
JOHN B. MONK.
'I ho Aiibirnllim pietnior, In open
ing llio campaign thorn against mo
nopnlles cited thn Unllod fitntes ns
a hoiilhlo oxamplo of a trust-rlddou
. . . ... .
.Struck By Tram, Livingston
Dies Shortly After Hos
pital Is Reached.
Clifford 12. Livingston, business
iiRunt nnil registrar nf Knmelmmelm
schools, who was struck by an O. It.
& I,, train yesterday afternoon nml
badly hurt, illoil shortly nftor 3
o'clock, almost as boom uh ho reached
Queen's Hospital, when! he had been
taken from the rnlltoad station.
Tlio police still ndhero totho tho
ory that Livingston's death was duo
at least partly to premeditation, that
lie was wandering, 111 nnd despond
ent near tho (racks when ho Haw tlio
onRlno approaching nnd n sudden Im
pulse caused him to hurl himself In
front of It- .Members of tho family,
however, nre more Inclined to tho
belief Hint llin young man became be
wildered when ho found himself near
the track anil In his dared condition
did hot know how to get out of tho
wny. He luul been III for llie weeks
preceding the accident nnd a sovero
physlcnl breakdown may have been
accompanied also by a nervous de
bility. It was learned yesterdny afternoon
that Livingston had gone for a walk
tilling the beach at tlio suggestion of
his wife, alter he had complained of
being tired of the walks ho has been
Inking up Knlllil alley In an effort
to regain health.
Slniid In l'riiiil of Train.
Knglncer Iloyil of tho O. It. & h,
giving his ncconnt of tho affair, nays
that Livingston was wnlklng down
the track In the same direction aRtfin
train was running, and after stop
ping a monipnt, throw himself direct
ly In tho path of the engine, standing
with his hack to tho ourushlng train,
Some iliniculty was experienced In
Identifying the remains yesterday nt-
brother Chester who had been In
Jurcd. Stanley Livingston, another
brother, arrived llrst nt tho hospital,
and later Captain Winter, Third Cav
alry, who Is tho military Instructor
nt Kameliamelia scliools, reached tlio
hospital, accompanied by Mrs. Win
ter nnd Mrs. Clifford Livingston.
ldenttllcntion was established by Mrs.
Livingston when sho saw a ring tak
en from tho body, nnd tho news as
published In tho Ilullotlll 111 Its
second edition yesterday afternoon t
Mill! OfC, trie..,. i, !. ....1.11m ....... I
u."fc ,., ji ,"U I'UIJIIl, WilM LOII1-
Llvlilgslon v,'ns well known
throithont tho Islands nnd his death
Is deeply regretted. Ilo was born
July 23. 1877, In Qulncy, 0., nnd lint!
been connecled' witli tho schools for
four years. A llttlo less than two
yturs ago ho married Miss Carpenter,
who was then a teacher In tho Ka
inehamelin Seluioi for Clirls.
Mrs. Compton Backed In Row
With Inspector By the
(Hnecl.il 11 U 1 1 e 1 1 ll Ccrrcsnondence.)
HII.O, April 1. Ever slnco Inst
Tuesday llio town lifts been In an up
loar over a row In tho high t.cdool,
which, whllo II was fairly trivial lo
start wild, wns mado to nssiimo to
tally unwarranted proportions, mainly
Hiioiigh tho methods of Investigation
Tho nffnlr stalled a couplo of weeks
ngo when I'jlnclpnl llichmnnd tundo
chaiges ngnlnst Mm. Ceiniptnn, teach
er of ICngllsh, the grounds being In
subordination nml rofusal to obey tho
oiders of tho pilncipnl. (libsnn made
one of his Investigations, consisting
incidentally In picking up gossip and
minor, nnd do gathered together a
cholro collection. On Tuesday ho
confinnted Mrs, Compton with tho
charges light In llio high school, nml
then proceeded to question tho varl
oiih tencliors ono.dy ono In regard to
tho truth of tlio allegations. Mrs.
Compton followed him about on his
undignified rounds, nnd tdo icnult was
a wordy linltlo, willed greatly do-
llghtcd tho pupils.
(Ilbson suspended Mrs. Compton,
but this lady Is a great favorite with
the pupils, nnd wdllo tho corps of
learners Is unanimous in tho support
of tho principal, whoso charges they
coutlim, tho pupils stick to Mis.
Coniptnn, On Wednesday morning
(Ilbson sent a pollco n Ulcer to tho
school. Ho then mado for tho wilds
of l'tuin. where ho tomnlned without
leaving Ills nddi ess until tho night
before tdo sto.unor sailed for IlonO'
Itlchniond sent tdo pollco officer
away, tolling him that tlio situation
did not require such licrolc measuies,
hut tho following day, as soon as
tlio morning prayers had been said,
about half of tho pupils matched out
of tho high school to tlio Andrews
lesldenco, which Is Just opposite tho
dgd school, nud whero Mrs, Coinp
touiesldes. Hoio I hoy remained
tliitmghout thn school period
It hns been decldod to hold llio mil
ilieellng of tho American library us
snclatlon at l'asadomi, California, May
18 to 24.
Kona Company Expects to
Get Record Crop and Sell
Tho biggest denl over consummated
In Hawaiian lobar en is pending, jiml
will he closed With the gathering .of
tho biggest crop tin record by the
Kona Tobacco Compnuy, which has
Its plantation nt Hjmth Kona, Hawaii.
Local pcoplo interested in thin
company hnve received an estlmato
salt! to bo close tq 12fi,000 pounds fori
this seasons ciop, unci within a few
weekfl W. II. Daniels, the expert who
camo from tho coast to work with
Jared M. Smith, will leave for tho
mainland to confer with mainland
buyers regarding tho sale of tho en-
A New York flrin, which has tnken
snuio of this tobacco In tlio past, Is
Again after the product, n cigar firm
which will tuko the whole crop. More
over, tho Kona Tobncco Company's
leaf litis becotno noted In the trado
already, so much so that Inquiries
have b6on received from competitors
of tho Una which bought tobacco liero
Carl Vngt & Sons, 17(1 Water street,
New York City, who nro largo Im
porters nnd packers of leaf tobacco,
lately wrote tlio Hawaiian Promotion
Committee, referring In tlio fact that
another II rm had tried somo of tho
Kona tobacco nnd adding:
"Wo nro deslious to get In touch
with somo rnlser or company, other
than tho one we alliido to ubovn, In
order lo placo this tobacco bore. Thin
company or Individual raiser (refer
ring to the Kona Tobacco Company)
sold this tobacco here. It Is well
sorted, cured, etc. Tills Is essential
so as to facilitate Its sale. Wo have
good connections nnd can placo such
tobacco, linn! Waller II. Kvnns, chief
of Insular stations, suggested wo
Tdq work being done by Mr. Daniels
with tobacco Is the subject nf high
commendation by a local business
mm Interested In tobacco raising. Ho
said yesterday. "Daniels has shown
the Territory how to raise and euro
tobacco right, and ns a result tlio
crop of the Kona company this year
ought to sell for from llfty lo a hun
dred per cent belter prlco than Hint
of last year."
Mffecllvo vvoik dono by the lire
figliltrs who subdued the blare on the
Miino.1 hills Saturday night Is respon
sible for the saving of much vnluablo
timber land and n number of bunga
low h upon the M mi on ridge
I'oresti r llosmer, who led the fire
lighters, prevented tho fire, from reach
linj dangerous proportions nnd. Inci
dentally, saved many line koa trees,
llosmer stntes that the lire was not
so damaging ns nt first reported, but
thnt it required all of the exertions of
the fire-lighters to confine It within the
nrcn of nbout thirty acres. "
The fire started back of James
noytl's place, having -Its origin 111 n
lire started by n Chinese servant. It
spread rapidly, nnd It wan not until
lifter stremfnys work by llosmer, nnd
IlnughS nnd' Hock nf thn Ilureau of
Agriculture and Forestry, assisted by
a number of trusties sent to Manoa by
order of Sheriff Jnrrctt, Hint the blnzo
wns brought under control and sub
dued. IIAXI) roXCKKT.
The Hawaiian band, by general re
quest, will give a concert nt tho Kn
kaakn Mission this evening rnniineuc
Ing nt 7:30 n'clock. Tdo following
program has been prepared:
Marcli "Um-l'a" ( Ilrown
Overturo "Light Cavalry" ... Suppo
Intenuezzti "Nortd Ilcncd" ...lllnclc
Selection "A Uunnvvny Girl"
, . . . Monckton
Vocal Hawaiian songs, .nr. dy Ilerger
Selection "Amnrlcnn Alr,'.Conterno
Internicr.roV'ln Cupid Anns"..WIilto
Finale "Kid-Nee-Font" (Irecn
Tho Slur Spangled Ilanncr.
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Physicians Prescribe Castoria.
C ASTORIA tins met with pronounced favor on tlio part of physicians,
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or la Is a remedy which produces composure anil health, by regultitdlg tho
i) tern not by stupefying it and our
tiaif f Journal of Health.
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