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,EV,FN.,N.? 'VKL.ETIN, HONOLULU, T.'H, TUE8DAY, OCTi 3, 19)1
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MILO M. POTTER, Mgr.
Operated on Iht American Plan only.
asked ar. less (Service, Culsln. and Surrounding! considered) than can be
found In any any hotel In America, Baggage may be checked direct to
Hotel Potter from anywhere In, the United States or Canada. Wire ahead for
reservations, at our expeni. For rates, pamphlets and full particulars eon
corning Hotel Potter, address! OTTOGERTZ, P. 0. Box, (Honolulu.
Oeaxy Street, above Union Square
European Plan $1.50 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
New steel and brick structure.
Every comfort and convenience.
A high class hotel at very moderate
rates. In the center of thttre and
retail district. On car lines trans
ferring' toall parts of city. Electric
omnibus meets all trains and
' steamers. Motel Stewart recognized
as Hawaiian isiana Headquarters.
Cable Address "Trawets"ABC code.
J.H.Love, Honolulu representative.
A family hotel where Tour
lutn tind comfort to a
decree that cheer. A place
of rert for the bruin
Worker. y '
Emma 8t, above Vineyard
EVERY, DAY OR ANY DAY IS THE
IF YOU WOULD ENJOY A MEAL
TAKE IT AT THAT HOTEL
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Rooms and Board
1 FINE BATHING
, , W. C, Bergln, Prop.
Is a science and only o.i that
basis do wo. offer to repair your
watoh, of whatever grade It
113, HOTEL STREET
A FINE LOT OF
' Work Horses
Iht BIOTCIZ DEALE1 ud IX
aJBBBt, hai, moyj.'t, -
180 II HO II1I1I
Hear, loottlon Red. front bmu
Yoahg'BnlldJng. Telephone M18.
a. p. Mcdonald. ,
' l! Contractor and Builder'
) h JUtlmittee given on aJI kinds, of
rUlldlneT." " . ' '
c?.,i?.rt yry '. ''e,!i'
; 'AUAHI, THE,ET. NEAP, NUUANU
' EXPERT PLUUjB)Nq I
"Tlje Pioneer Pum'ber
112 Merchant Street, " ' Phone, 9J)
"'Wt "CIQAE MOW !
SANrTA BARBARA, C.I,
Each room has outside .xooiur. Rale's
Hamm - Young
Pioneers and leaden la
the Automobile Basinets
Agents for such well-known cars
si Packard. Pope-Hartford, Btevene-
Duryea, Cadillac, Thomas Flyer,
Uulck, Overland, Dake'r Klectrle, and
Supplies & Repairing
CHUMAN CARRIAQE CO.
For the BF.ST RENT CARS In the
city, ring up
0LD8M0DILE, No. 403) RENAULT,
No. 404 1 I.ANOAULET, No. 080
C. H. BEHN
AM WE ASK IS A TIUAl,
HONOLULU VULCANIZING WOXKS
Phone 1823 Kepiolanl Building
Use a PREST-O-LITE TANK on
your Automobile and save Generator
Acetylene Light and.
Agency Co.,' Ltd.,
A. N. SANFORD
Boston Building Fort 8treet
Over May & Co.
Stearns & Foster Co.
J. Hopp & Co., Ltd.
OAHU FURNITURE CO.
King, Street, opposite Young Hotel,
P. O. Bof, 840 ' PUouy SOU
1 Honolulu Monument I
BEST,. WORK LOWE8T PRICES
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P.(0, 00,491. PhoneAS0
Chas. R., Frazier;
rnn iwrnisiH '
By Lydla E. Plnkham's
Peoria. 111. "I wish to let cverv ona
know what Lydia E. i'iiikham's rente.
i .'ii1'.11' faaes.'ri1loa hrivn' tlnnrt fnr
' mo. For two ycara,
v 'X auuerru; i no uoc-
tora said ! hod tu
mors, and the qnljr
remedy was the sur
geon's knife. My
mother bought mo
I.ydla K. I'lnkham's
pound, and today I
am"n liralthy, wo.
man. lor moniiis
1 suffered from In
flammation, and your.Sanatlve Wash re
lieved mo. lour. j,iver mis nave no
equal as a cathartic Any ono wishing;
Sroof qf what "your medicines have
ono for mil can get It from any driig
glst or by writing to mo: Yoii can uso'
mv testimonial in anvwar'vou wish.
inud twill bo sjadto answer fetters."
.Airs. UIIUISTIXA KEED, 100 AlOUUUSt.,
reprla," 111. ' ' '
Another Oixjmtlon Avoided.
Xcw Orleans, La. '.'For. years I suf
fered from sovQre female, troubles.
Flnnlly.I was confined to my bed and
(lit) doctor said an oix-rntlon wasneces-
Bary. Ibito Lydla K. l'lukham e Vefr-
t'tauie uompouna a trial llrst, and
Avas. saved- from en operation. "--Mrs.
J.ily I'Kviioux, nil Kerlerco SU, Hew
The irreat volume of-unsolicited tes.
tlmony constantly pouring in proves
.(oncliislvely that Lydla'K. I'lnkham's1
VfReiaoie L.ompouuuis remarKauio
remedy for those distressing femlnina
illaf rom which so mauy.womeu suffer.
IN TIIK t'lllC'UIT COUUT, i;ikst
(,'lriMllt, Terrllnry qf llownll. In I'ro
hute. At Qlimnlii-rH, No. 403.", In the
mutter of tlie Extntu of Joint llnpiil
nut, Inte of llouiilulu. Territory of lln
wall, ilreeaned. On reatlliiK unci tillni;
thu petltlun unil accountx of William
Henry, mlmlnliitrntor of the Estate of
Jului Il)iiulnut, ileeeaned, wherein petl
llumr iivKh to lie allowed SUUC.,7 and
eliurKeil with $906.77, lilul nxkH that tho
Kauiu lio examined unil tiiiroved, nnd
that a final, order, be, made of Dlstrihu
lion of the remaining liroperty to tho
p;runM, tliereto entitled anil, illschari;
Inn i'tltloicr ami Ftiri'tlcK friim nil
further renponltillty herein: it" l Or
ili-red, that Monday, the 13th day of
Novemier, A. D, 1911. at 9 o'clock n. nr,
Ijefore the. JuilKo irelillnK at Cham
berii of raid Court, nt his courtroom In
the judiciary building, In Honolulu,
County of Honolulu, ho nnd the namo
herein' In,aiiolii'tt'(l tho tlmo nnd.plaeo
lor neariui; Ham I'etiuoii uml, AccountK,
and that all licmoiiH Interemted may
f l;n and there nppear nnd low catme,
If nn,y Uey have, why the Rntnq Hhoulrt
not lie Kranteil, nnd may prenent evi
dence iih to who urn entitled to tho
nalil properly. Dated tho and day of
October. 1IM1. (Seal.) lly tho Court:
M. IIAItniKON, Clerk of thu Cir
cuit Court of tho l-'lrat Circuit,
SO 17 Oct. 3, 10, 17. St.
YASCfJNCRUX)S In Honolulu. Octo
ber 1, 1911, to Mr. and Mrs. M.
YiiBcoiiccllos, a, daughter.
f elc I v H,sj,l 1 ,l.l, ! r vear,.
iiwkkfii' ' '
Four passengers) Wheelbase,t118 Inches) Tires, 37x4 Inches fnt and rear on a. D. demountable
rims. Regular equipment Includes top and top-boot; 5 lamps, dash light's electrlci Pr.at-0-Llte tankf
Bosch magneto and storage battery) one extra rim) shock absorbers) foot; rest) tire, holders i horn
Jack) tools and tiro repair outfit. v ' '
GEO. C. BECKLEY,
Corner Alakea (Bi. Hotel
II If III I II III IW I II I
Chamber of Commerce Has
Confidence In Commission:
Let's Matter Drop.: ,1 '
A full and freu illnoimslon of thq hnr
UormaRtcr cdntroversy by the trustees
oftJie Chaijiher of Commerce yesterday
hfternoon reMtlleil In what ninounted
to tacit agreement to let tljo matter
drop, und the row ntlrrcd up by the
lhmliiaal of Copt. A. NV Tripp by ,the
linrhor( eoipmlnalon and tho. appoint
lneijt, of V. It, l'ner, la, over, so far, n
the chnmher In concerned. It Im up to
Captain Kovter to make liood, ami If ho
docx ho, the tmtccK hope mid look for
The incetlnj; was enlled to illtcuss
tbu Kltuntlon that hax nrlnen In view of
the fact that the ..Marten) nnd 1'llotn'
Anxoclntlon rrM-ntril what wub conld
ered n HllRht by the commlxMon and
threatened to carry ltn renentmeiit Into
open action. Primarily, tho meeting
wan called to harmonize tiling", If po
xlhle, but It remitted In what umounteil
to, n Ktntement, of conlldenee In the
harbor 'compilnshnv n well, aa. u deci
sion to take no actual action one way
or tho other.
Only One, Sid. Heard From.
I'r'eMilcnt J. A. Kennedy of the In-ter-Islnnd
Htenin Navigation Company
wan ready to do tils' part, toward block
ing any condemnation of tho Maxtcrx
anil Pilots by tho trustees. g When tho
discussion was In full, hiast, JCr. Ken
nedy arose and drew attention to the
fact that nlthougli the harbor commis
sion hail, been Invited to hi), preseijt nlid
was out in run rorce, no Invitation, ap
parently, (mil, been extended to tho
Masters nnd Pilots' Association, and
that he did not believe It fair to make
any formal. protest without both sides
K. M. Hwanzy, who laid the matter
formally before thu mletlng, empha
sized thq fact that he was not com
menting In ajiy Way on the past or
present harbormaster or the conduct of
the commission, but that he voiced u
protest against the Masters nnd Pilots'
Association or any such body telling
the commission what It should, ijo and
what It should not do. Thq discussion
veered around to the visit of the jliis-
ters, nnd' pilots' representatives to the
harbor commission, and when (,'hnlr
man Campbell, of the. copimsslon was
nskcdj for, a statement, he referred tl(o
statement to Secretary Hermit, who
hereupon rca,d voluminous extracts
from the stenographic notes taken nt
tho meeting In, iiuestlon, Kronivthls It
appeared that .the Masters nnd Pilots
had openly deplored they would seek
remedy through the press, nnd pro
tested strongly agulnst Koster's ap
pointment. Let It Drop."
Then tho trustees talked tho matter
over quite. Informally, nnd President
Spalding referred It to tho chnmber'fc
committee on harbors, shipping und
transportation. Chairman Paxton of
the committee, however, said that ho
believed not much piirposo would bo
served" by having tho matter re erred
to n committee, nnd by general agree
ment It was dropped.
The chamber, therefore, took no po-
sltlnn, Kvery conlldenee was express
ed In the harbor conunlsslon, hut there
wns no general tendency to raise nny
formal objections to 'tho action of the
other side. TIhmq who spoko ileijlared
that tho commission should bo unham
pered In Its work nnd should not nt nny
tlmo "feel the need of an Indorsement
of Its actions by the. chamber.
1 9 1 2
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car. ip discriminating buyer,".
THE "AMERJCANiTOURIST" Type
finnc fin Rnnnrrl 40 Anolnct. Ami
. ".t; '.'"'X.v' r "a 'r"-"' ." r?",i
Leuing uown or r-eaerai
( Bars to Disease. Here.
Dcclnivo nctlpn. was .taken by tho
trustqea of thq Chamber of Commerce
yesterday afternoon' In protesting
Against the. proposed' modification of
ithe' Fcdcrnlt quarantine rules.
floorKO W. Smlthj chairman of tho
chamber's health commlltee, present
ed a comprehensive and well-framed
report dealing with tho, situation and
the way It has so far (icon taken up
with the Washington authorities, tho
chamber thereupon passed the follow
Inc resolutions, which worn Immedi
ately cabled In full to Surgeon-Gen
I Vheroas, Tho surgeon;general of
the public henlt hand marine hospital
'service has, tinker da'te of September
zz. rescinueu tne regulation renulr-
(lng( flinjlgatlon. of vessels arriving; at
the) ijrt,"ot Honolulu from Mexican
and central, American pqrt.s, ant)
Whereas.Tliq danger of Introduction
from, the. s?rts named" of. yellow fevqr
info the. port, of Honolulu, Is a grave'
ono and constitutes a menace to the
iTerVltory. of Hawaii j
Therefore, Ho It Itesolvcd, That (ho
chamber of commerce of Honolulu
respectfully requests the surgeon-
general to reconsider his action; In.tfio
premises anu 10 restore 1110 regula
tion that 'nil, vessels arriving at this
iwrt, from Mexican and 'Central." Ame
rican ports be fumigated Hinder' di
rection, and Inspection of the local
officers' of the marine hospital service
nt last Mexican port of departure,
and, lo, further enforce, all quaroiitlno
n-&uiiiiiiiifB iii'iuiiiuiu in, luice,
' FROM' ECZEMA?
Why suffer (mother cloy 'from that
awful, awful itch, when you can be're-
llovcd In your own home? The very
llrsti drop.itof the wonderful tt. I). I),
Prescription glvq you, rollef yeB, thq
instant I). Uvl), touches the nljlh theit
Is relef4-yoti' kn,p'w,' that' you Ituvo
found ii cure for' any kind of skin
trouble. ' '
0. I). D. Is tho proven Eczema 'cute
tho great household remedy that
kills tho dlseuso germs, soothes und
leala the, skin, making It as smooth
nnd healthy as l)at oi;n child. Noth
ing like I). U. I), for Clearing' the
comnjextori, too; washes a.way pitiV-
pies, over night. . ' ' "-'
U. D. I). Is lust a mild wash, hut
does the work In n wuy that perms'
lulrnculois. Relief comes the Inaiant
the llrst drops are anulleJ. and the
cure o.'tjIiH, permanent omit, too, for'
u. Di l), n.td be:.uf at till), tr:.v ho.ii of
the skin Double, whatever It ))ia; he.
Only, 1 aol for. a. largo hivh boijl"'.
That will be'tnuiigh to b1id-v Votl V.-lmt
this wonderful 1). D. IX v 111 do jn
your own case. It is worth ten times
the cost to havo n bottle of O. I), 1),
In tho house. Henson, Smith &' Co.,
Fort and Hotel Htreetu.
e m , .. . ?
Cutting his throat with u piece, of
glass, Thomas Cutter commlttod, sui
cide In a cel of tho Uarro, Vt o
Chairman Mnrston Campbell of tho
commission took advantage of an op
portunity given him to speak by telling
a, yard of his troubles as head of the
harbor work. He said he had not had
the power to enforce his, rules nnd that
ho had to enforce them by "bluffing."
llo also dwelt on the tjreot amount of
work connected with the office, and;a!
together put up a most, pathetic talk.'
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