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eVENINO BULLETIN HONOLULU, T. H FRIDAY, OCT. 6, 1911.
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WILL MAIL, ON REQUEsf , A COPY OF THEIR
NEW CATALOGUE, No. 104. FOR THE AUTUMN
AND WINTER SEASONS, 1911-1912.
COMPLETK OUTHTS FOH WOMHN, MIBSKS, IIOVH AND IN
VANTHJ BILKS AND OTHH DIIUSB KAIIKICM; I.ACi:8i TItlM
MINOS: MEN'S KURNISIUWOH; LKATHHtt C100U8. I1RIU-A
UHAC, JEWELRY AND SILVERWARE NOVELTIES! UPIIOL
8TERY MATERIALS, INTERIOR DECORATIONS, II U O 8,
HOUSEHOLD LINENS, BLANKETS, ETC.
Fifth Avenue, 34th and 35th Sts., New York
Door Bell Out of Order?
Then put II In order on and for all (im by Initaltlng a
It occuplee leu epace han the batterlee, Cotti leta In tha
long run, and CAN'T GET OUT OF ORDER.
CAN GET PLENTY
(Continued from P.g. 1)
tiot disposed to reenter the Russlnn
reciultlng business except on a tcry
Commissioner Clark said thU morn
ing that the plana- of the hoard to
bring; over such of the friends and
relatives of the Russians already here
ns desire to conio will bo carried out,
but that the board has no Intention
of doing much in the way of getting
people here from Dalny.
"The European work Is progressing
so well that the board I should say,
docs not wish to bring many Rus
nlnns hero," ho says. "Wo will carry
out the promises made at the tlmo
the Russians were brought here, to
get the friends and relatives who wish
to come, but further than Ihul will
hardly mako any plans for recruiting
on that side."
Pcrclstrous says that the Immigra
tion company, In which V, II. Mc
Htockcr Is, largely Interested, Is do
ing splendidly In Its work of sending
settlers to Australia, eighty or ninety
going down by every boat.
"Australia treats them well and the
business Is flourishing," ho said tills
"I have bqon reading In the locul
papers of the labor shortage hero and
ns a buslnoss matter of courso stand
ready to handle Immigrants It the
Territory wishes to get them from
the Far East.- Hawaii can get all the
labor needed If they aro assured of
good treatmont and good wages. They
are anxious to better themselves."
Pcrclstrous will probably go on to
the mainland and look over tho labor
situation In Canada, oxpcctlng to sup
ply a great demand for railroad tailor
cm. there. Ho was In conference with
Mr. McStncker this morning, and cx
j'ccled to moot Commissioner Clark
later. It Is posslblo that Russian Im
migration plans may bo brought up by
him while he Is -hero.
FOR GOOD TIME
Members of tho Hawaii Yacht Club
and their friends nro looking forward
to a royal good tlmo tomorrow nnd
Sunday, when a run to Pearl Harbor,
a chowder party and two snappy boat
races aro, on tho cards.
The yachts Hawaii, dimly, Kninelut
ineba, Chnrlntto C. und Helena will
carry nboit llfty good fellows on tho
crulso, leaving the foot of l-'ort street
ut 2:.10 sharp Saturdny afternoon.
A wren raco for tho Robertson Cup
and a pearl race aro on the cards for
Sunday morning and afternoon, respec
Advices from Port Allen to tho locul
branch of the Merchants' Exchango
announce the arrival of the American
schooner Dcflanco nt Port Allen on
Electric Co.. Ltd.
(Centlnu.d from fag. 1)
nre nblo to give more of their personal
nttentlnn to their cronx. bv severe cut-
jtlng back nnd closo watching nt every
point, have dono better. Hut tho IkjII
Iwnrm Is to Industrious Unit tho blg-
Tgest growers lire finding It a dlsheurt
enlng (ask to commit Its ravages. Tno
plantation near Wiuhlawn Is one of the
moat conspicuous experiments yet tried
and other growers aro wondering
whether or not they can make a go of
It without tho campaign thut was
planned against tho worm. .
Some months ngo tho growers got
together nnd decided to rulso a fund
of 13000 to light tha pekt. A commit
tec was named, but tho men on the
committee were too busy to devoto nil
of -their tlmo to It, and they soon found
they could not rulso tho money unless
they did Tho fund Is still uncom
pleted, mid the association Is no nearer
getting a puraslto to light tho cotton
enemy than It wns before.
Some of the members now hupn that
the Territorial conservation fund can
be culled upon for part of the necei
saiy amount. Unless something hap
pens, the year of 1911 promises to bo
tho crisis In the attempt In establish
a new Industry here, and promises ulso
to see the Industry dwarfed to so smull
a scale that it can bo hardly more
than a garden pastime.
Judge Whltnej's court took a "look
sen" this morning In connection with
the ease In which Oxldmo Okasakl, by
her guurdlan, H. Okasakl, is suing tha
Hawaiian Electric Company for 20,
000 damages alleged to have been sus
tained by her through tho loss of her
father, who was electrocuted on April
-M last by coming Into contact with
wires charged with electricity, tho
property of the defendant.
The taking of tho evidence wns
started yesterday nnd the plaintiff rest
ed her ease this morning. The court
adjourned to tho building, opposite,
Asia Park, whero tho electrocution
took place, and viewed the sceno of tho
happening from tho top of tho roof,
hey went to primarily Inspect tho
nearness of tho vvlro to tho roof gar
den Tho roof Is not In too safo condition,
and when tho wholo bunch of them got
on top It was rocking considerably,
Hllonlan to Gather Sugar and Pinea
The Matson Navigation steamer Ill
Ionian was dispatched for Kahulul,
Kaanapall, Port Allen nnd Illlo nt
eight o'clock last night. This vessel
will gather shipments of sugar and
ptneuppes at all Island ports and In
departing for San Francisco and Se
attle, will liavo a largo cargo of Ha
Wt.klt Ball.tlB II r rr,
Board of Health to Contest
Every Point to Gain
rntlnulnir on the Inrormatlon tiuh-
IlKbeil In tlie Ilulletln yratcnlny tlmt
the Oovrrnor was to take nn nctlto accept our offer. We Hae a remedy
hand In the light for n strict imnrnntlno that c pp'ltlvcly guarantee to grow
here, mid nlo on the cablegram ro- hair on any bend, iiiiIcm the root of
celxeil by Dr. ftnimiR, tho Hoard of the hair nro entltely dead, their W
lleiillli went thoroughly Into tbowbolo Holes cloned, ninl the sculp has linuine
situation jesterd.iy iifternoon. As a glased ami shiny. We until people to
result ii committee tonal-ding of Dr.jtr this reinc,- nt our risk, with the
Pratt nnd Dr. llobdy waited on the distinct understanding that unless It
(lovornnr nnd went Into the matterIocs exactly what we claim It will, and
with him, nnd thero Is to bo a furthcr.Kltcs satisfaction In otcry respect, we
conference today. shall make no charge for tho remedy
Tho nltorney-general settled ono ucil during the trial
matter that has been In nbeynnce rc- We know exactly what we are lalk
ku rdlng the powers of the Hoard of Ing nl-out. and with this offer back of
Health to prevent n vesol coming Into our statementM no one should sroff,
the harbor nfter she lias been granted doubt our word, or lic-dliitn to put our
pratique The board hoped that It had remedy to mi netunl test
this power, but Mr. Lindsay gave It na Wo want eery one In Honolulu who
hli opinion that "This Hoard of Health I suffering from any senlp or hair
could not Interfere with commerce totrouble. dandruff, falling hair, or bald-
tbe extent of preventing n ship from
entering Ibis harbor If the IVdcrnl nit-
it....uin. ..H.Mit.t AM.n
,11.', mvn iv, , nil . " .,,,, ,t,n ,
The. board takes the stand now tlint
It wants the same restrictions placed
nn this port ns nro In vogue nlong
tho Oulf ports. Tho sources of lnfor -
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nation irom Knuiii American eouniries " -' mc " " mnr ominw
as to the number of enses of yellow, There Is no formality expected, mid
fever nro not always authentic, nnd "" " nbllgnllon from the u-r.
ns n proof of this Dr. Pratt quoted n.l"eer. I
number or eases that had occurred la-it' We are established right here inj
year and had not been taken Into con-. Honolulu, nnd make this offer with n
sldernllon by the surgeon-general. ' understniullng Hint cair business,
The novrrnnr nfter tho conrerenee'""ccess entirely nepemls upon llie son
stated that he wns going thoroughly ' treatment wn accord our ciistomers.
Into the matter nnd would hold ii fur-' "' would not dare make the above
ther conference today iirter ho had ""er unless we were positively certain
studied the federal regulations.
(Continued from Pao. 1)
local command to attend the school of
musketry which opens nt Monterey,
Cnl, Octolier 15. Heretofore It has
been the custom to detail two officers
from each regiment to tho school, but
the Iih'iiI organization has been ex
empted this sear on account of tho
grent shortngo of otllcers.
As u matter of fact, while the mus
ketry school lustk only two mnnt)iH,lt
Is seldom that otllcers return to their
regiments In that time. Once .on tho
Coast the opportunity for extended
leave Is ton good to bo overlooked nnd
In ninny Instances otllcers are detailed
from tho school for special service
In the wprds of ono local regimental
commander, "Many arc called, but few
como back." .
In the selection of enlisted men nnd
non-conn, for tho school, ono man Is
detailed from each company, troop or
battery on the Island.
Several men will also leave hero on
tho Hheridan to attend tho school of
bakers and cooks.
Cavalry Otficer Leaves.
An otllcer well known and well .liked
locally who will say good-byo to Ho
noliilu when the Sheridan rounds Dla
niond Head I Major Koesler, formerly
of the Ktrth Cavalry, but now trans
ferreil to tlie Twelfth. Major Koester
has but recently received his promotion
and transfer, and will Join Ids new reg
iment probably at Fort Robinson, Neb,
where Its headquarters are located
Tho banquet arranged for the Am
Indian promotion man, Percy Hunter,
Is now u settled matter, n culilo hav
ing been receive il by the club secretary
testerday afternoon stating that he
was coming on tho steamer Makiira
which Is duo to arrlvo hero Wedncs.
day from Vancouver.
Tables aro to be arranged nt the
Young Cafe, at which representatives
of nil the countries throughout thol'.i
clllo will be seated. It will Ihi ono of
tho most unique dinners that hnvoevir
been held In cosmopolitan Honolulu,
Mr. Hunter during his absenco In
London placed tho matter of the schema
the 'llmuls-Aroiind-tho-Pncine Club Is
working nn for u Pun-Puclllu tourht
bureau In New York beforo tho heads
of tho Australian government. Ho will
tell tho members Just what has been
arrived nt In connection with this mat
ter mid also as to what tho Australian
members think of tho other two
scheme of tho club, namely.
tbrough-Amerlc.i train und tho crulso
around tho Pncluc,
BULLETIN ADA PAV
New Wash Skirts
BALD HEADS I0T WANTED j
Ilnlilfirii in Ton (Irnrnilh (Widen il
n Slitn of Aduinrril Aire. I
A biihl-hrnilccl pcrnn docs not Imvr
nn ciual chnnco with one blr-wtl with
n healthy bead of hair, lirraiiKc t'uM-1
ncm Is loo generally nrccptfil ux mi
Indication of nge. Many largo rnrpur-i
ntlnnn Imte cntuhllshc-il an iigi' limit,
and ri'fiiHo to take inon over 3., jchm
of age na new employe.
Probably 65 of b.ihl-hrnilril people
nmy regain n good head or lieallhj
bnlr If they will follow our advice and
"ess .to try our ltexall "OV llalr Tonic
e want tnein in ne u regularly -
Ism imfll llirei ImiIIIp-, tuin lirrti Itsoil
, - - - . - --- .
d If It does not eradicate dandruff.
cleanse and refresh the scalp, tighten
the hair In Us roots, nid grow new
balr. we will return every cent paid
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that we could ultnnllato It In every
particular. Remember, joti ran obtain
ltexall Remedies In tills t (immunity
only nt our More Tin ltexall Store.
Unison, Smith & Co, Hotel and Port
FOR THE P. 0.
Secretary Maurice Ilrasih of tho
Merchants' Association will bring be
fore tho association at Its next meet
ing the matter of having u big clock
put up at tho po-dutllio In u conspic
Just why till has neir been dono
Is something to wonder at. The num
ber of people who hurry to the pOftof-
llco about mall-closing lime and flash
around without knowing whether they
are a minute late or u minute early Is
uncoutitable. Mr Hrasch will proba
bly work out some plan to bo present
ed to tho association.
NEW JAPANESE GOD
ARRIVED IN CHIY0
Willi the urrlvnl nf the C'hlyn Mnru
In port yesterday thero arrived a now
god for tho local Japanese. F.xchiK-
Iveness personified was tho order of
tho dny and there was no such 11 thing
as getting within forty rods nf his
deityship, still It wns not possible to
prevent the inqulsltlvo from follow
ing the lead, nnd in doing sojt wns
learned that tho new god was taken
to the old homo of Queen Llllunkn
Ian, and It is understood that It will
reposo thero for somo tlmo to come,
Tho only 'oiit'sldcr" who hnd n poep
at the new god was tho customs man
whn failed to locatn any opium nnd
pasbcd the deity nn to his keepers
Tho ceremony nf accepting the god
was held Inst night and was of 11 very
TENNI8 MATCH PLAYED EARLY.
Tho (Iroonwcll-Dowsolt lentils mntcli
In tho Castlo cup scries, which was
to hnvo been played this afternoon at
3:30 o'clock, tr-e'e phco at noon to-
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Passbook No. 10.492 Finder please I e
turn to lllshop ft Co.'s Sittings Hank
S Saturday MRS. F. 8. ZEAVE, at
I I her rooms in the Young building.
will open up new lines In Bhlrt
wsliU, Coats und Novelties iculvcd
ex S S. Lurllno.
Manila and Madeira Embroidered
Collari, Cuffa and Handkerchiefs
Bahy Pillow Slip.
1027 Nuuanu Street
BEGINNING JUNE 3
All the Hate at Reatonabte Prleee
J. A. GILMAN
Shipping and Commission
ARTHUR SEWALL & CO., BATH, ME.
PARROTT & CO., SAN FRANCISCO
BADGER'S FIRE EXTINGUISHER CO.
GENERAL FIRE EXTINGUISHER CO.
(nti.vi:i,i, Airio.M.tTH; hi'itiMvi,t:it)
NEUMAN CLOCK CO.
or.i'inniA.v.H clock )
ROYAL STANDARD TYPEWRITER
AACHEN & MUNICH FIRE INS. CO.
FltltT .VrilllKT, MMII MIMU'llAVr.
Union-Pacific Transfer Co.
handles your baggage it
gets on the right steamer
Old co, King 8b, next Younj Hotel Telephone 1374 and 105
Private Driveway Construction
Selection of proper app-oach and correct grade mado by an
experienced engineer vvho tupenntende the entire work.
Is awaiting you. We have
a new stock of Men's and
Young .Men's Fall Suits
There are so many good Ica
tures about thtsc-clothcs you can
not get in other makes. They are
shown in a large variety of patterns,
and we can fit you perfectly and
satisfy you thoroughly on tlie ques
tion ol price.
A331 ts for "PHOENIX" PURE SILK
HOSE for Men and Women
Young Hotel Laundry
Vork Called For and Delivered
Union oocl Hotel Stierte Phone 1862
ROSA Ji CO.
Bottled In Bond
JULCS PCRCHAftDS & FILS'
CALIFORNIA SPARKLING WtNLS
vVe Deliver to Any Pert of the Ci'y
ROSA & CO.,
Alakca and Queen Street!
Rainier Beer j
rot IALK AT AL1 IAU
I acific J
KINO AND NUUANU STREETS
You'll And they're ell ood fel
"It's the Fashion"
Hotel nr Fori t) H Datiei, Proa
Phone 2026. P. 0. Box 488
h;i. the best Homc-M;ulu
Hrciul, Gerin.m Pretzels and
Coflee Cake. He Mire and
ring up 2i 24.
1129 F0P.T STREET
Wednesday with n full shipment of
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