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AV vlnttlog members ol tM
Order urn rordUlly Invited to
at loud meeting? nf local tedgM
1 Meet on the
2nd and 4th
7:30 P. M
slARINF. EHGINtEilST oth AnV
EFICIAL AVIATION, ciaUont cor.
HAWAIIAN TRIDE fJO. 1, I. O. R. M.
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Honolulu lodge No. SIS, I). P. O.
ftlk. mets !n their hall, on King
Jtreet, near Kort, eveny Friday vc
olii)r. Visiting Ilrothers ar cordially
'nvlted to nttoni.
i i. n. ifiR.vnKno, n. n.
VM. McKINLEY LODGE. KO. 8,
K. of P.
Mffn rry 2nd and 4th Baturday
vanillic at 7:30 o'clock In IC. of P.
Hall, cor. Tort and Heretanla, Vlilt
Itig hrothara Cordially InvltJ ti at
land. F. F. KILBET, 0. 0.
E. A. JACOI1SON, K. R. B.
OAHU LODGE NO, 1, K. of P.
Meets every first nnd third Friday at
7 SO o'clock, I'ytlil.in Hall, corner Dere
lanla "nil Kurt streets. Vlsltlns broth
ers cordially Invited to attend,
S. DECKER, C. C.
o. m:iNn, ic or n. & a
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O E.
Meets on second nnd fourth Wednes
day eveiiliut or each month at 7:30
o'clock, In San Antonio Hall, Vineyard
street, near Kminn. Visiting brothers
are Imlted to nttoiid.
ai:o. a davis, w. p.
WM C M'COY, Secy.
Stomach, Liver, Kidney
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f H roauwu d eJcfJU Tlictiofa it IMU M
Jj H iw tW may y rfuhdy.
kl I nonoiulu Drug to.
m, MILTON & PARSONS
IjHB: Are showing the
Kf LATE0T PARISIAN EFFECTS IN
Hj , Hotel Street Oppotits Young Hotol
fy ' ADVANCESHOWINQOF
K AUTUMN HATS
p., ' At:
WMf t'' MISS POWER'8 PARLORS
BE' ',!-" Boston' Block
A. F DAVKUX, of ChnrlCBtnn, S. C,
Is it visitor expected here booh,
JUDGE S1LLIMAN expects to Ret
away for thu coast hy tlio Siberia on
thu ICtli Inst.
WILLIAM MOROAN returned fruin
Muul Sunday, where lie has been
spending u vacation
MRS. N. O., NOONAN returned in
thu Wilhelmina this morning after u
delightful visit spent on thu coast
II. X. AUOHA. who Visited here lust
jear, Is planning n trip this winter to
escape thu cold' of his Chicago home
L. J. WARREN, assistant secretary
ol the sugar planters' association, has
returned from u business trip to
VERNON TI3NNEY, son of R D.
'1(11111')', returned to Honolulu this
morning In the MutBon steamer Wll
helnilna. W II. CAMPllEI.L of Hllo wan
among the returning passengers from
the coast In the Matson Navigation
MHS. KI.Ui:!i:i., wife of tfeorgc
Kluegel of II. Iluckfeld & 'Co., re
turned from a brief visit to the main
land us :l passenger In the Wllhel-
Ill) I' .1 VlCllnl flV n rlnlirnlil
- uiL'ocni of Ilrltlsh t'nltinihhi. nocom-
, , , ., N'li-lioTshn. urn lussen
(is In tho 'I'ovo Klhoii Kalshii liner
VmerUn M.iru eu routn to the Orient,
'l'liiy lUiipoHo making n round trip,
(iierlng nil liupiutant potntH of lu
ll test In tho Kast.
.1 tt'Al.TKIt DOYI.i:. tho "Oil King,"
H liailc to tho laud of thu tall coon
limn after iicveral mouths' ah'eiie,
tho gieater part of which tlnui was
Hjiciit In the California oil Holds.
Iiojle ri'pp'sPiitH u string ( com
panies unil ho ctpi'ctK to remain In
the Islands, for an Indellnlto period.
JOHN' MUltltAV MAKHIIAL.L. nil
attorney cunneeled with the legal ile
lurtmeut of the Southern I'aclllc with
luailipiartPiH at San Diego, was ntiin
iKI'eil tinioiiR the pa'isetigers to urrle
llus iiiurnliiK In thu Wilhelmina. Ac
tnmpauled hy Mrs Marshall, they will
leinaln several weeks In the Islands.
MISSUS K HIIAVTON, .1. Mann, A.
W. Olcott und K. M. Olcott are a party
of oung Indies en route to the Orient
who have decided to remain over at
the Hawaiian Islands for a brief visit.
They arilvi'd as passengers In the
America Mum from the coast this
JOHN K. FKRX, one of the R u 1 -let
In "ten trippers," who left some
weeks ugo for thecoust, returned to
Honolulu in tho Matson steamer Wll
hclmlnu thin morning. Mr. Fern re
ports having hud the time of his lite.
Through his efforts In getting Into
the winning class, Mr. Fern was en
allied to extend his travels along the
I'aclllc coast, visiting many points of
MISS WILHKLMINA TKNNEY, one
of the belles, of Honolulu, Is ut the
Palace with Mrs. Tenney. They en
tertain Informally every now nnd
then, and their time has been made
very pleasant by the, attentions of
their friends. Miss Tenney wus nosi.
ess ut b luncheon for several of her
girl friends ono day this week. They
return to the Islands In October.
San Francisco Examiner.
MISS CLARK, who sails this week
for Haw-all as a teucher In the Kohula
fJlrls' school, has been the recipient
of much social uttentlon. She wus
the guest of Mrs. Salisbury at Long
lleach for the week-end and several
luncheon and social affairs aro plan
ned In her honor. Tho young ladies
of the Roynl Daughters entertulned
Miss Clark with a series of "steamer
letters," which are to beguile the long
hours of the voyage unless Neptune
Interferes by occupying her time with
his own time-worn amusement'
Monrovia, Cal., Messenger.
I'll KS KIILPII
That James Ilolh, Jr will he elec
ted Mnyor of San Francisco Is the
pieillottnn or Capt. William Howe, of
the t . S. Htntunbo.it rnsnoctlon ser-
l lco here. C'.ipt. Howo returned on
I lie Wlllielinlna this moiulng from u
combined business and pleasure trip
to Han Fiiinrlscii, which like all real
I dents of tho Cnlilen (late eommunlty,
1 lie eallu "tho city."
"It Ii.oks to mo llko n victory for
Unlph, finin what I can hear." said
t'apt ll'iiwo Ihls morning. "McCnithy
Is inaldiiK u t,tiong fight, hut In my
opinion ltulpli will win."
Ho sayu that polillCK Is boiling hot
lu San Francisco and that tho fair Is
also n vory llvo topic.
Capt. llowo'a wlfo retuinod with
" PROFESSIONAL' CArtD3."
W. C. Achi
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Kopiolani Building Honolulu, T. H.
P. O. Box we -
OWNERS OF AMERICA MARU
"Littie'Whit'e Yacnt" Woultf Continue a ffegurar Caller a'
This Port Wilhelmina Brought Many Passengers Has
Big'Fjailway Motor-Driven Coach for Hilo Mauna Loa
Front Kona arid Kau an Arrival.
"Don't wnsto time In bidding fare
well to tho America Mnru, for sho U
very likely lo piny many return en
gagements nt this iiort," was a rojoln
ilor of one official connected with the
"I.lttlo Wlllto Yacht," when asked It
It were posslblo that tho America
Mam, once tho pride f the Toyo Ki
sen Kalsha lloet, and now In tho ikm-
Stfsslon of Iho Osaka Shosen Kalsha,
would fnrevor disappear from tho ho
rizon of Honolulu shlpplug.
The Osaka Shosen Kalsha Is ono.
of tho big shipping companies of Ja
pan. They now oporato a line of
BloilineiH between Japan (silts ami Se
attle. Thoy ijussess asjilrutluns for u
far gtealer scoikj of usefulness, nu
eonllug to the story that Is current
In T. K. K. circles and It Is prodlcteii
that tho America Mam, incr which
ellly and vngrunt Journalistic Iouib
have been shed, will yet be a factor
In a line of steamers which will op
erate between tho coast of Asia and
the 1'aclllc coast of the United States,
with San Francisco us a jiosslblo tor
The Osaka Shosen Kalsha is the
second largest steamship company
doing business In Japan. The Nippon
Yusen Kalsha comes first in lino with
the To)p Klsen Kalsha, u.utrong thlrJ
In the race. The America Maru Is
said will make a strong addition to
the O. S. K. trans-1'nclflc service ns
the steamers now engaged lu a run
with i'uget Sound terminals possess
but limited passenger accommoda
Tho opening of the Panama canal
to traffic is destined to work many
Important ch.jiges In existing ship
ping combines. Kvcn at this early
date the N. Y. K, with three large lin
ers In tho Japan-Seattle service tune
Inaugurated a sweeping reduction In
freight rates which are said to have
created sud havoc with the plans ant!
tariff of tho Weir Lino, Bine Funnel
Line and the Osaka Shosen Kalsha.
Tho last demoralization in rates
terminated June 1st in a truce, which
Is now broken by tho Nippon Yusen
Kalsha lino. Tho rates were restored
nt a tlmo when large Imports wero
being made to Japan on account of
tho new tariff going Into effect. The
present reduction In rates comes Just
boforo the moving of the now wheat
crop and tho exportation of large
quantities of flour.
The America Maru was alongside
Alnken wharf before ten o'clock this
Captain A. G, Stevens reported n
pleasant trip from San Francisco. Tho
bottom of the steamer Is said to bo
very foul, with an accumulation of
sea weed several foet in length. Tlhs
growth gTcntly retarded the progress
of an otherwise speedy and crack lin
er. Tho America Maru will hnvo to!
go Into dock but It wlll.be at the ex
pense' of tlio' new owners and not tho
T. K. K. which for years have oper
ated tho vessel. For the present tho
America is supposed to take n run
between Fnrmosan ports and Japan.
How long this will continue Is only
a mnttor of conjecture but those In
a position to speak, state that sucr i
vessel will soon be transferred In a
linn tt Important mission than that In
tho coasting trade. During tho Huhru
Japanese war, Iho Atactica Mnru par
ticipated to a limited extent as u scout
ninl dispatch boat but tho leal work
was performed by other liners In tho
Japanese merchant mnrino which ves
sels reniulned off tho coast of Indo
Chlna, nud noted tho movements of
tho Husslan battleship tleet which
made Knmranh Hay, their rendezvous,
fialgon, Cochin, China, tho French ca
pital of tho Far Kast was a point
which dining those stirring times,
was ultvo with ItusHlnn officers.
The America Mum will depart for
tho Orient at five o'clock" with 14 cab
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel 1704
Family trade a Specialty
( Mont .Rouge Wines
Sole Agents MumnYs Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
In, 7 second class and 48 Asiatic
steerage passengers. For Honolulu
the vessel left 7 laover passengers,
The through cargo amounts to about
a thousand Inns. A mainland mall
amounting to Ml) sacks was received
by the local poHlal olllclals. Tho offi
cers and ciow in the America Mnru
will be transfcried to tho Nlpon Ma
ru nt Yokohama. Purser II. J. Oras-
ett was In receipt of warm cotigra-lulatlons-ovcr
the Information that he
was to remain n regular visitor nt Ho
nolulu ns purser In tho Nlpixm Maru.
There lire other officers In the good
ship America Mnru who will he warm
ly welcomed following their trnnsfor
to the Toyo Klsen Kalsha boat.
Wlllieliulua Slmneil S'niarl Speed.
Two dajK before arrival ut Honolulu
Chief Knglnevr J. II. Forbes of tho
Matson 'Navigation liner Wilhelmina,
was obliged to slow down tho en
gines In the steamer In order to better
time the arrival ut Honolulu. On two
days run thu Wilhelmina averaged 391
knots every twenty-four hours. Had
no reduction In speed followed, the
steaomer could have easily reached
the cntranco of the harbor by eight
o'clock lust evening.
The Mutson boat came alongside
Hackfeld wharf ns soon as passed by
the Federal quarantine officers. One
hundred cabin pussengers und several
in the steerage arrived ut the port.
The Matson steamer brings a large
und vnrled cargo, ranging from a com
pletely equipped gasoline power rail
way passenger coach for tho Hllo rail
way to a pair of "barking toms" of
the six-inch variety which will form
a part of the formication und protec
tion scheme inaugurated by Undo
Sum. In the hold ami Included In the
34CU tons freight aro "MOO brick.
These are brought here for construc
tive nnd not destructive purposes. The
cargo Includes quantities of feed, hay
and lines 'of supplies.
Two new officers were met on board
the popular liner this morning. II. L.
Sterrlck now presides over tho wlre
Icbs Instrument In plnco of Operator
Levey, who hns assumed the purser's
duties In tho Honolulnn. Second Of
ficer F. Edwards has been promoted
to first odlcor and Ills place Is now
filled by II. England.
While, the Wilhelmina sailed from
Sun Francisco about the same time as
did tho America Maru, the Matson
boat soon forged ahead of the crack
Japanese steamer nnd then maintained
the leeway until Honolulu wus sight
ed. The Wilhelmina is toabe dispatched
for Hllo at 0 o'clock on Thursday
evening. Six automobiles were' left at
this port. The Wilhelmina brought no
mall. A large delegation of return
ing school teachers were numbered
among the passengers.
Mlkahala Aft Arrival Sunday.
Tho Inter-Island' steamer Mlkahala
wus an arrival from Molokal und Maul
ports on Sunday, bringing a general
cargo Including 18 head cattle, 20
cahes, 24 pigs, 54 sacks charcoal,
crates chickens, C crates eggs and Hi I
packages sundries. Tho Mlkahala will
bo dispatched on a return trip at
fivo o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
Skipper Patterson Takes a Bride.
Captulii 11, It. Patterson, master of
of tho American-Hawaiian frclghtei
Alahl.un whl:i according to cables
received hero is to sail from Seattle
tomorrow with destination In the- Hii
wallau Islands, has taken, unto him
self a wife. Tho embarkation of the
well known uklpixir upon tho 'uncer
tain sous of matrimony was an event
which provoked celebrations nil along
the coast during tho trip of the Alas
kan from Sallira Cruz to the Sound.
Thu Alaskau is duo hero on or, about
September 14th. Captain Patterson
lJl ' -
iii uo tt.t6
Full moon September' 8 at &:2f ', m.
will then bo tn. lino for further' con
grn'nlntlon iipon tho part of his many
Sugar at Hawaii Ports.
According to Purser Sheldon', tlio
following sugar Is. awaiting shipment
nt Kona and Kau jxirts or call on
Hawaii: Piinaluu 1373, Honuapo 02(13,
l'aatillo 7G7C, Kukal an 1300.
Many Away for the Volcano.
Tho p'assenfcer list of the Inter-
Island steamer Mnuna Kea nlimberc-d
many tourists who prnose seeing tho
wonders nt tho volcano before re
turning. The stonmor departed short
ly after ten o'clock this morning Ink
ing In addition to a hundred oa'moro
ciiuni passengers, a npniuer or trnv
elers on deck. Tho freight list In
eluded shipments of supplies, some
loi inner and small consignments ol
Mauna Loa Here 'With Varied Pro.
The freight list nf the Inter-Island
steamer Manna 1-nn resomblod the
line of supplies carried by a typical
corner grocery. In tho cargo 'wero
turkeys, chickens, fruits, vegetables,
7'J bunches bananas, &U1 packs cof
fee, 8480 snckB sugar, 268 packages
sundries and among the cattle Hhl
ments wero cows, pigs, 30 head cattlo
nnd several head horses.
The .Manna l.oa. returned with n
very largo list of passcngois from
Kona and Kau jHirts.
New Australian Liner.
Tho Union Steamship Company of
Now Zealand, of which Sir James
Mills Is tho head, has Just placed
nn order In Scotland for n new steam
er to be used In the transpacific
trade with Canada. The vessel, which
wilt bo C22 feet In length and of Cti
feet beam, wllj bo built lu the Drowns'
shipbuilding ynrd ut Clydebank. It
will have a gross capacity of 10,000
tons and accommodations for 700 pus
sengers. Tho sieed contracted for
is seventeen knots,
Long Distance Wireless,
Some unusually good wireless work
has been accomplished says the Chro
nicle, tho exchange of nerogrums ho
Ing with several passenger liners far
out on the Pacific. The nicssngos
were not direct, but wore reluyed
thiough the chain of vessels In vari
ous positions. The longest aerogram
came from the Pacific Mall liner Mon
gnlla, which left here August 22nd for
the Olicnt. She gave her iiosltlon as
1921 miles off tho Golden Oato at 8
o'clock Sunday evening. At the sumo
hour tho Oceanic, liner Murlnoiu. from
Tahiti for this port, was 1880 miles
out, the I'aclllc Mailer Korea, from
the Orient for Sun Francisco, wus
1570 miles on tho other sldo of Ho
nolulu, nnd tho Union Company's
tteamer Aornngl, from Son Francisco
for Wellington, was 1430 miles off tho
Per stmr. Mauna I-oa, from Kona
arid Knul portB, Sept. G P. MacLud
n, M. Mackay, C. Nichols, S. Nichols,
Miss Nichols, M. Vcrcetca, U Lino,
C. Mills, Mru. O. Campbell. Miss
Campbell, O. Campbell. Jr., W. If.
Melnecke, S. K". Chong, 11. Ito. F. M.
Oedgo, Mrs. Armenan, M. Armenan,
Julia Aiola. Fred Hoppe, Mrs. James
Lewis, Louis Caspar, T. C. White, C,
.Akann, M. Conaut, Miss Holdsworth
R. Hcnrlques, Miss Johnson, H, Luis
Chas. I.uls, Mary Luis, T. Lincoln
Mrs. J. D. Paris. Will.- Purls. Miss E.
'Paris,. Alex. Paris, Mrs. Ifeturich,
Miss Greenwell, Edith Waal, Miss
Ackermun, Father Chuiles 1.. Low, Dr.
Whitney, Mrs. Whlinoy, Miss A. Col
hum, .Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. Markhum
Mrs. August, Sam Naeole A. C. Cor-
.reo. Francis Todd, S. Wright, 8. M.
Carter, wm. Larsen, Jr., M. It Por
rolra. W. O. Smith, W. C. Wilder. II.
A. Ualdwpln, S. Stcfnlinuser, A, Keo
nan. It, C. Scnrles, 8. Pratt, Miss
Searies, Miss Frceland and 73 deck.
Tuesday, Sept. 5.
Hllo via. way ports Mauna Ken,
stmr., 10 a. m
Mahukonn, Kuwalhao and ports.
l.lkellke, stmr.)- noon.
ALLKN DOONE, a favorlto with
local theater-goers, who visited Ho
nolulu some months ngo, returned this
morning us n passenger i tho Matson
Navigation Kteanier Wlllielinlna. Ho
will open an engagement at ono of
tho moving picture houses.
"TODAY'S NEWS TODAY"
Owing to tho cihuustlng of the Jury
panel this morning, the case of Knlu-
neu against Solomon Mnhelonn et ill.,
concerning wmo and on thu Vt'ulpllo
pllo rond, Kallhl, was continued' until
2 o'clock this afternoon.
I.orrln Andrews Is the ntlorney for
the defendant nnd E. Ci Peters Tor tho
plaintiff. The former challenged Oeo.
M. Itniipp und John Hills, nnd the lot
tcr nsked for A. V. Peters to lie ex
cused, This was accordingly done and
Jnines Htelner took the plnco made n
ennt by Peters. Hills took llnupp's
place, ami when ho wuh iiImi challenged
It left them ono short and tho new list
Those sitting on the Jury nt the pres
ent time aro F. Tlechort, Itlchnrd Woe-
don, C. II. Huston, ltenjamln II, Clurke,
Jnson Andrnde, M. S. Hamftian, Henry
Ai Olles. J'. C. V, Clarke, William A.
IUI1. S. W. Spencer.
The new panel consists of Henry A.
Asch, John 8. Azeveiln, William C
King. Alfred I). Cooper, Thomas 1.. Mc
(lutro. William F. WllsOn. John 1.
Partaken, William K, Young, Alexander
MoAngiis, Robert McCurrlston.i William
A. Charlock, ffnrry A. Fansoni, Henry
R. Roth, William II. Tlrrell. The writs
aro returnable nt 2 o'clock this nfter
Filings of documents In the Supreme
and Circuit courts up to noon today
nre given below.
Tlio letters shown after the tlmo of
IHIiik are used for Indexing purposes
and mean us follows: D, divorce; K
equity; I., law; und 1', probate. Thu
Umuoi are also for reference.
September 2, 1911.
10:30 n. m, D. 43l0. Nottngo v.
Nntliige. I.lbel for divorce.
10:.15 ii. in. C. 5071, G072. Territory
vs. KnJIyuma. unlnwruliy on prem
10S36 n. m. C. 5073. Territory vs.
Knjlyuimt. Ijirerny, second degree.
11:30 a. m. P. 40Se. Re guardian
ship Edward Drcler. Second annuul
11:37 n. m. P. 40SC. Re guardian
ship of KduartS Dreler. Report of
11:38 n. m. I.. 7402. Hall & Son
vs. Ilan. Discontinuance.
September &, 1911.
8:42 n. in. 1). 43C0. .Voting- vs.
Nottngo. Notice or nppcnrulice.
9 n, in. D. 43C0. Nottugn vs. Not
tngo. Decree of divorce.
10:11 a. m. L. 7109. K. Iinmeavs.
Muheliina et ul. Complaint and sum
10:17 n. in. E. 1779, Mntsumoto vs.
Mn Kilt a. Stipulation.
10:18 u. in. i:. 1779. Mntsumoto
vs. Magatu. Interlocutory decree.
10:27 u. m. I.. 7381. Marsh vs.
Suvldge. Motion to set for trial.
10:3K ii. in. D. 4292. You Wo vs.
Ekekela Yo Wo. Decree of divorce.
10:49 n. in. C. 50C4. Territory vs.
Juan Onrcia. Order and iilllduvit.
'Per stmr. Mauna Iia, for Kona and
Kau ports, Sept. 8 Mrs. Meslck, Miss
Lonn, 'Mrs. Ura Slargan, Miss Miiller,
Miss ti. Nahonu. F. F. Hustiice, wife
and children, 8. S. Ralph, W. C.
,Parke, Miss N. Wallace, Mrs. Wal
lace, P, J. Daniel and wife. Miss J.
, . Per U. S. A, T, Sherman, for .San
Francisco, . Sept. 4, Lieut. Ward,
Corps of Engineers, Mrs. Ward, Dr.
Smith, U. S. A., Mrs. Smith. W. H.
Rhouds, wife und two children, George
ltoenltz, 0. W. Knight, Mrs. Johnson,
Mrs. Koch, E. E. Davis, Messrs. Chup
Per stmr, Mlkahala, for Maul and
Molokal ports, Sept. B J. N. 8. Wll
Hams, Miss M. Nevln, Mrs. Ferdnor.
Per stmr. Klnau, for Kauul ports,
Sept, C-C. II, Drown, Mrs. Millie. O.
P. Wilder, A. Lewis, Jr., Mrs. .1. II.
Sopor, Miss II. Sopcr, MIbs, Flora W,
Albright, U, II. Fu!rchl!d aud wife. .
Per stmr. Mauna Kea, for Hllo and
,way poits, Sept. n MIsh L. Mlrrlmnn,
MIsb C. P. Games, Kugouo Horner,
A. II. Clark, Jr., A. Ilatiebcrg, Mr. and
MrB. E. K. Curtis, ir. D, Rodgors nnd
'wife, Miss Edna Ilunren, A. J. Mc
"Lend and wlfo.
Per T. K1. K. 8 8. America Maru, for
Jjipun and Chlnn ports. 3. Itakuru,
Dr. M. Iwul, Dr. T. Kltano.
IN FOREIGN PORTS.
Tuesday, Sept. 5.
SUVA Sailed. Sept. D: S. 8. Mnkuta,
PORT TOWN8END Arrived, Sopt
B: llktne. M. Wlnkelnian, from
Hllo, Aug. 10. 4
SYDNEY Arrived, Sept B: S. 8. Zea-
hmdln, hence Aug, 18,
SAN KIIANCISCO Snllcrt, Sopt. B
S. A. T. Logan, for Ho-
Tho experience of' Motherhood Is a
trying ono ti) most women nnd marks
distinctly nn eioch In their lles. Xot
j-vone woman, in n nuu
j()drcd is prepared or
!l understands, how to
Ipropcrly care rorner
self. Of course near
ly every woman no w
treatment at tlio
tlmo of child-birth,
but manv approach
thn pxiwrieni'ii with
an orjranlsm unfitted for the trial of
strength, nnd when tlio strain Is over
her system tins received n shock irom
which It is hard to recover, i'ollow
ing right upon this comes tho nervous
strain of caring for tho child, and a
distinct cliance in the mother results.
There is nothing more charming than
ft happy and healthy mother of chil
dren, nnd Indeed child-birth under right
conditions need bo no hazard lo health
or beauty. The uuexplnlunble thiny Is
that, with all tho evidence of shattered
nerves and broken health TosuHliit?
from an unprepared condition; women
will persist in going- blindly to the trial.
It isn't as though tho experience
came upon them unawares. 'J'liey havo
ample tlmo In which to prepare, but
they, for the most part, trust to chancu
uiai pay inn penauy. t
lu many homes onco childless thern
aro now children because of the lact
that J.ydla K. I'lnkham's VegcUiblo
Compound makes woum u normal,
healthy, and strong.
Any woman v'"o would llko
Bpoclul udvlco in regiml.to this
matter is corrilully Invited to
write to Mrs. PlnkliHin nt Lynn,
Mums. Her letter Mill bo lield in
t PASSENGERS ARRIVED
Per M. N. S. 8. Wilhelmina, fiom
San Francisco, Sopt, & Mlsa Wda
Allen, Miss M. Awuna, I.. C. Abies,
W. C. Abies Miss E. M. Arthur. F.
C. Uallcy, Miss Duza llanies, Mrs.
F. M. Ilarrcro and Infnnt, Miss Vir
ginia lllnlr. Miss Zollu Rreckenrhlgo,
W. II. Cnmpboll, E. K. Caines, Mrs.
E. K. Carnes, A. I,. Case, Mrs. A. I..
Case, W. F. Cole, MrB. Mary F. Colo,
Mrs. I. I.v Crelghton, Miss J. Dalk.
Allen Doonc. J. W. Doylo, D. P. l.aw
reuce, K. Lewis, MrB. E. Ix-wls, Mrs.
H. W. Ludloff, W. J. McNeil, Mrs. W.
J. McNeil, J. M. Marshall, Mrs J. M. v .
Marshall. K. I- Marshall. Miss Helen
K. Maoro, Mrs. E. N. Moore, I.. A.
Moore, E. N. Mooio, II. Hi Mttieiie.id,
0. A. Morris, It Nemnlch, Mis. N. (1. I
Noonan, H. J. O'Rrlon, Mrs. M. F. I
O'Reilly, Mrs. W. F. Pngtio nud chlbi. 1
Miss Mary A. Potter, John K. Fern,
K. Flora, I. C. Fnim. V. F. tlaynor, (
Mis. Gibson, W. A. Gill. Mrs. A
aill, Miss M. L. Oieou, Mrs. Grnro P.
Haven, Mrs. A. II, Hcber, Miss Ues
sle Helndcl, C. R.ftlemeiiwuy. Mib.
C. II. Hemcnwny, Miss M. IlulUiiRur,
I,. C. Ilowland. Mrs. L. C. Hu'hulirjv
J. If. Jaegor, Mrs. J.. E. Jaeger, Miss "
Jennings, Miss IS. Kolloy. E. F. Kill-
nor, JwIbb A. E. Kunpp, Mrs. Klougol tt
nud child, Mlsj U l.arrnboe, .Mlsa A. J
W. Pot tei fluid, R. W. Prlilham. Mrs. I
It. W. Prlilham, H. M. RobortB, Mrs. I
II. M. Roberts, J, U P. Ilohlnson. Mrs. j i
J. I- P. Robinson, (Miss, Mary S. Rob- j
coe, Mrs, L. C. Snbey, Mrs. W. Snv
Idge, Mrs. W. K. Schultzo. C. F.
Schmutzler, Mrs. Mnry L. Simpson,
Mrs. E. II. Smith, Miss L. I). Smith.
Mrs. H. E. Slnlil. V. Tonncy, Mrs. F.
L. Waldron, II. M. Walthall, W. C.
Worlo, Miss A. Wlcko. F. 11. Wildo,
A. L. WiKidward, Mrs,.F. S. Zeavo. i
lor T K. K, America Mnru, from I
Sun Frnnclsco. For Honolulu: Dr. i
und Mrs. A. E. Dunning, MIsboh K. (
Ilruyton, J, Mulin, A. W. Olcott and y ,
E. M. Olcott, ClmrleB Keeler. i
FREAR IS NOW
Governor Fre.ir bus rrcelved promo
tion und Is now no longer Just thu
governor of u dcmocriitlo country. He
Is now it reigning nioiiiueh; at least,
this Is according to n letter he received
It comes; from Homo nnd bourn tho
fnllowliig address: "Ills Mujosly, tho
Hawaii Clovellior, Ocoiililu." Tho let
ter Is 111 Itu I Li n anil , lie has referred It
to n friend or Ills who understands the
language. It Is sinned "Josofat."
Tills Is only ono of tlio mapy curi
ous documents that cnino through tho
post iiddreNicd to Ihu Terrlturl.il head.
Tuesday, Sept. S.
San Francisco Wilhelmina, M, N.
8. H 8 n. m.
San Francisco Amorfcn Mnru, Jap.
Btmr., 9 a. m.
Kona and Kan iiorts Mauna Uia,
stmr., n. m.
TO CURE A COLO IN ONE DAY
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine
Tablets. AH druggists refund
the money if iv fails to cure.
E. W. Grove's signature is on
each box ,
I'AKIS UUDICIKB COs, St. Uuit, V.O.A.