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g. Weekly Calendar
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Hawaiian Second Drerrr.
I. (I Holm Nil. 3 ltitciilur.
All visiting membtrn of tkc
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings of local ledges
Keet on the
2nd and 4th
at K. P. Hall
7:30 F. M,
.iiniiif raiAiaitniM vmmvi
Aiiine cnoiritcny othe: Ano
BENEFICIAL AH"QIATIOI. elation, cor
HAWAIIAN TRIBE NO. 1, I. O. R. M
Metti every flrnt and third Tuesday
of null month In Fraternity llnll, I O
o y building Visiting brother cor-
ill illy liivltnl to attend
W J HOIHNSOM. Sachem.
1. V. TODD, l of H,
(OKOIULU LODGE, 618, B. F. 0. 1.
Honolulu Lodge No BIS, B. P. 0.
a Clki, meet !u their hnll, on King
street, near Fort, every Friday eve
ning. Visiting llrothera art cordially
Invited to attend.
i) p it iSENitnna, n. r.
HIM T. KLU-UEU Sec.
WM. McKLNLEY LODQE, HO. 8,
Unit eTirr 2nd and 4th Saturday
tenlng at 730 o'clock In K. ot P,
Hall. cor. Fort and Ileretanla. Vlilt-
Ing; brother cordially Invited t at
F. F. KIMI-Y. C.O.
E. A. JACOUSON, K. R. I
-OAIIU LODGE Na 1, K. el P.
Merln every first nnd third rrlday at
1 SO o'tloik, thlall Hull, rorner Here
lunhi and I'ort streets. Vlrltlng hroth-
er cordljlly United to nllend.
s nmcFit, c.
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HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O E.
.Meets on second anil fourth Wednos
d ty t oiluK of each month nt 7:30
o'clork, In Sim Antonio llnll. Vineyard
street, near Emma Visiting urotiiirs
him luv II .1 to ntlDiid
1- IIHiGIN'S. W P
vm i' srenv, S.cy
IMvvnrd liirle tin nonl Psjihlo of
Snn I'iiiih lion, who for ocr twent)
j i iri lmii ln promlm nils IdmtltUd
wllli tin Spiritualists' sm UHm.iV Amir
Iiii. In hi Honolulu nml will (Union
titrate pliwhlo pluoiioiniii, tc Spirit
iuI aihlie on nil mnttirs gltai. Dilly
10 to 4; cvmlngH hy iippoliitiutnt. t'rl
Mil.- piaiui'H lan ho nriuugtd for, Ttl
phono ..'.HI jr at residence. ,8. Klnaii
Importer Fort St
correct RTVi.cs anp pmcns
MILTON & PARSONS
Oppoilte Young Hotel Phone 3038
New Pattern Hats
DOSTON BLOCK FORT STREET
I - . I . .
1027 Nuuanu Street
NEW MILLJNERY STYLES ON
Ladiea' and Men's Hole Reasonably
nii.l M. i:. .. JS.1U n. iii. I "'' "iKimnjs in iiuir rixpecuve II T f , I i it
Mnor J J Ftrn Mill hotda to II u
Intuition of lanllni; hlx eto to n iiko
lutlon ulikli will conn.' up for n dual
lusiiKo tomurrow icnluK, whlili his
to tin tlh efTttthiK ii iimrktd rtduc-
lion In the fumN nllottt'd to thu luunty
roul MiptnlsorH nnd the innlnllnnncH
of thu hlKhwn)!) In tin lr rtKpettlte
The quettlon thnt In uppermost In
fit) Hull Unlet, ut this time l. Will
Superli-or Wllllnin MiL'li llan, tho lono
IHmot'r.itlc inemlier on tho lionnl, nnd
litiitoforo n Mnunth supporter uf lio
liken lip Democratic' Major, ptnnd h
lint oMlcl.il In his eto of a intimire
whlih It l Kihl will deprlxc the outer
dllrMi of tlit lr nllotted moneyH for
carrjIiiK on nceinr rond work?
When the "redutttnn" lexlnlntlon
tnnie up In fore tho lioinl nt n rtctnt
mettlui; It met with the opposition of
hut two ini'inlitr, the) htlnir Suptr
ttfori Low and Arnold Arnold In the
onlj rtprcxentutlte on the hoard com
Ins from n district othir than In Hono
lulu city Niiturutly he lias llltd n lic
urniiK ohjecllon to mi) mote that will
Merte to reduce the already nmnlt
amount nllotted to Kua district, whlci
he rt prexeutit.
Low takei the utand thnt the board
I plnhiB In er lnil fnlth with coun
try conitltuent when It rolm them of
road funtls which were rightfully and
lnwfull) npproprlnted In thtlr hchalf.
DurlnK the pnxt two reaillliRB of tho
meiiKiire In iiuixtlon the otn hnx stood
lite In fa tor nnd two mralnat, with
Meridian. Mnrriy, Kruirer, Amnnn nnd
DwlKht Until up on the side of tho re
If Meridian follow e his long cxtab-
llilittl policy of Votlnit with Mn)or
I'trn nnd standing hy that ofllclal, ns
he has dono throughout the entire
It nil of otllco of the last Hoard of Hu
la rv lors," said ono olllclnl, "he can
do iiotliliik" ttse hut Join with Low and
Arnold In support of Major Fern's
teto of tho resolution.
At It will require n nto of (lo to
two to override n mayoralty cto, the
n solution otcr which tunc li lll-feclliie
has hi tn manifest will then ho a thine
of the past, nnd thu country districts
viiriiiiii,ri in fui m-niiu.iiqip
tUlt oter roud fundH which have been
spent for tho direct liencllt.of mora
fuorel resl4eiiti imtt Nuuanultvpy," I
ii t i i ill'
urrt'ti iUi i
ny NriN-nnMe arc
a' ;i mVv .r.KY .r4.'r,n
1 1 a 9'f SHa .' u iurfu.'l n
t i- j r (i l r i i i t r '
Thtro IraYf' been moro 'nipllcatldn
fur fin IoiikIi from iioii-coiiimlsslont'd
ulllccrs anxious tn Kcrto In the inos
ipillo war llinn tlicro are positions to
1111 Tho soldiers jumped at thu
chance to take charge of tho clean
up bipuids nnd make a little moncj on
tho side, nnd probably, Including the
Ii n men from tho Murluo Corps, the
lorlj non-ciiuiR asked for cuultl ho
ilonbloil without (rouble.
'I ho men, nllhoiigh on furlough nnd
acting In their cUIIInn capacity as
employees of tho cltlrciiH' committee
hate been asked to wear uniform, thu
Idea being that It will lend nulhorltj
to Ibclr ixisltlou with the men under
NO CASES CAN COME
BEFORE NEXT WEDNESDAY
According to the calculations of
thosu In thargo of tho light the first
possible cuso of jellow fever arising
Hum tho first case nt Kallhl should
toino about Wednesday, If It does nt
Yesterday wns Just twelve Uuys from
thu tluio when tho lluwnlhm guard
was nrsi inxen unu una ullowing a
toiiilo of days for tho dlsenso to do-
olop this brings It out nt Wednesday,
I.lttlo skeeter, ero wo part,
Ij)t me hug you to my heart!
All tho yeur Fvo cussed at you,
All the yeur you've sure been true.
I.Ike a fog bank In tho day,
You aro surely "on your way";
Curilo'll knock you fluey-lluoy,
So, little skeeter. Aloha nul.
lllds were opened at noon today for
the laying of the pipe lino from the
pumping station to the Kulmukl res
en olr. The bids were: Lord &
Young, $15,800; J. II. WlUon, JIC.440;
Concrete Construction Co , $1C,900; I..
M. Whlteliouso, !J1,3G2.
A start hus beon inailo toward tho
clearing away and opening up of Fifth
IJonry Hoblnson of l'utuxent, Md ,
wuh stubbed by his btothur-ln-luw,
Edward Fox, utt ho lutter's homo III
Captain .lames Iteuves, American
military attache at Peking, wus not
permitted to accompany the lmpcilul
"Artificial light causes tuberculo
sis," declared II. U Klllott In an ad-
liess nt the convoHloii of tho Illumi
nating Kngliiterlng society.
Time Is monev esneciallv tvhnn
j on hrrnfuuLOiuiialle by tho hour.
Soiuetlines tho daughter of a drinr-
Bnt gets her good looks from her
EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H MONDAY, NOV.
City Transfer Co.
JA8. H. LOVE
Philippine! After Direct Japan Service
That the Philippine Insular govern
ment will make a ilctirnilneif. effort
to sccuro n direct comnicrclal steam
ship line between Japanese ports and
Manila Is the announcement ptirjKirt
cd to hate been made by the Manila
Times, the ofllclal moitthpleco of (lot.
crnor (lenerni Forbes.
A special committee, consisting of
tho Ootemor General, Vice-Oovcrnor
Newton V. Gilbert, Secrctnry Charles
I). i:i I lot t of tho department of com
merce and police, and a representative
of trans-PnclDc commercial steamship
lines, met nt the ofllce of tho Gov
ernor General this morning and
cussed the matter In detail.
In view of the coming opening ot
the New (unlla hotel and tno" conse
quent probablo great Influx of tour
ists o the Islands, tho Idea of a ill
root 's(enniihl! 'lino between , Japan
and Manila, for the accommodation ol
a largo number of tourists who do
not'wisli lo loso ten dajs by tho trip
to nnd from, the China coast,! 'which
Is now necessary will push tho plan.
The various details of the scheme
were gone otcr this mornlngiuy tho
special committee, and efforts, will
now bo made by the government to
induco steamship lines to make this
charge In their schedules.
Australian Steamer la Delayed. 4
The Canndlan-Austrnllan Btcamcr
Mnrama from Sjtlney hy the way of
Auckland and Suva has been delated
In arrival at Honolulu through rough
weather nnd strong head sens. Ac
cording to n. Into wireless received to
day through tho agency of T. II. D.i
vles and Company tho Mnrama Is duo
to arrive nl tho port on or about six
ver ' at 'eloven' o'clock. Tho1 C'Rel Is
reported as baying, plqnty.nX room for
kiabsejigtrs putt of thlB.iioij. j 3o far
lfsn tbun flftieii applications for trims-
liortatlon to the ' coast by the ,M
Few Passengers for Sierra.
mere aro very row passengers
hooked for the next trip of the Sierra
to the Coast according to the list of
nppllcatlons that have been enrolled
at tho ofllce of C. Hrevver and Com
pany. Tho Indications aro that when
the Sierra Balls for San Francisco on
11 week from Wednesday morning thnt
n small number of passengers will
tnko their departure. The vessel will
tako a fair general cargo of Hawaiian
Three Pansenaera for the Persia.
The Ilrltish steamship Persia of the
Pacific Mall lino Is duo to urrlvo at
tho iort on Thursday with four hun
dred tons Oriental cargo and is listed
'or n siicedy dispatch nt the hands of
II. Hackfeld and Company, tho local
agentB. Three possengors aro thus
rur uooKcd for passage to San Fran
cisco by this steamer. The versel )io-
lug a foreign bottom of course cm
accommodate only layover passengers
Big Shipment of 'Coffee Received.
A largo shipment of coffee from
Konu ports was received yesterday
with tho arrival of the Intor-Island
steamer Nllhnu. This vessel returned
10 port uun 3u7 sucks conee, ,15
cases of pineapples, a lot of empty
gasoline drums, ono atiio and 127
packages ot sundries. Tho vessol
met with fair weather on iho voogo.
Kauai Sugar Arrived.
Sugar from Kauai ports to tho
amount of 41G0 sacks was Included in
ratna have,' been recolved.
nel'iwltl ll4 suVlllfd w ti'
hiiWrfU. Wns' WalsdOrlAJJ
ier'e.l, ,3e'-''t ? ""''
W.C. Peacock Co., Lid.
Tel. 1704 Wines and Liquors Tel. 1704
Family Trade a Specialty
( Mont Rouge Wines .
S,ole Agents Mumm's Champagne
( Schlitz Beer
REPAIRING AND OJLIIflGf '
HAVn YOlin DRIVEWAYS PUT IN RHAPH URPqRR Tlin
' ' ill !' a
tho general carKo-bioiiRlH'to tho port
on Sunday by tho Inter-Island Bteam-
cr Klnau'. Other lines consisted of
101 bags taro, twenty-six barrels nnd
fclxty-flvo cbrcs of honey, flft -three
bags of copra, twenty bags cocoanuts,
flvo crates chickens, one crate of pigs,
one horse, ono uutomobllo, one gaso
line engine and ISO pacKagcs of sun
Zealandla la Crowded.
Tho Canndlan-Australinn liner Zea
landla from Vancomer and Victoria
Is jiretty well crowded with passen
gers In all classes according to wire-
dls-Jess Information recelted nt tho
agency of T. II. navies and Cowpan)
The vessol Is duo to nrrlvo at Hono
lulu on Wednesday and will be given
n quick dispatch for Australian ports
via Fnnnlng Island.
Thcro Is room for about twenty ad
Helene An Arrival.
Tho Inter-Island steamer Iteleno
wns nn nrrtval at tho port on Sunday
with neither passengers or freight for
Honolulu. TIrfs vessel has been work
ing cargo along tho const of Hawaii,
bringing shipments of sugar to illlq
there to be transhipped to tho Coast.
Llkellke Back from Garden Island.
Tho' steamer W. G. Hall will resume
tho run to Golden Island ports, tho
l.lkellke having returned from Kauai
nml Is at present discharging n cargo
Including sumo mill 1 oilers and 300
sacks rice. Tho vessel met with rough
weather on tho homeward trip.
To 8a 1 1 Tomorrow.
Tho Inter-Island steamer Maul will
he dispatched for Kukulau, Ookalu
and iJiupahoehoo at flvo o'clock to
morrow evening taking cargo only,
The steamer Llkellke Is on the berth
to sail for Mahukoua and Kavvaihau
at' noon tomorrow laklpej 'freight but
Maul In Frbm Kauai
Arrivals lKin Kauai today Included
the BteamoiT Maul which, returned to
the ior( wliliout passengers or cargo
Tbd Maul ttlus dispatched to tho Gar
den Island Ion n special trip taking
plantation sjupplles. a
Big Pacific Steamship Combine Mooted
SKATTIJt, October 17. According
to irports received here, conferences
In Detroit have respited In steps be
lug taken to consolidate the Alaska
Pacific. Aluska Coast and North Pa
cific Coist companies, operating four
teen steamers on tho Pacific Coast,
With tonmigo nf 20,000,
The Alaska Pacific und Aluska
Coast si earners ply between Piigct
Sound and Alaska nnd coastwiso ports
and the North Pacific Slenmshlp Com
puny boats do n coastwise buslnoss
out of Seattle and San Francisco
Tho Alaska-Pacific Company, capital
ized at $700,000, owns the Admiral
Fampson, Utickmniiiand Watson. The
Alaska Coast Company, capitalized nt
SJSO.OOO, owns the Uorllin, Jeannle and
M. F. Plant. The North Pacific Com
pnny, capitalized at $1,000 000 owns
tho Hiireka, George W. Elder, Now-
port, Itoannko, Santa Clara, F. A. Kll
burn, Yucatan and Alliance,
Tho holdings of tho company uro
much In excess ot the capitalization
New Port Draw Butlnesi from Co.
'ino giowth of Sabang Hay as a
coaling port, snys tho Times of Ce.v
lon, has been qulto remarkable of late.
liud one of the heads of a well known
Colombo firm or shipping ugents, dis
cussing the somewhat startling de
crease In tho tounago of the port to
TIDESSUN AND MOON
FS 5e gS V ii " i I
Nut nin p m. p tn it m
e is ts sai uoMoto eoc tut rise
7 AM 10 3.V 93111 I' 0I f. 0.31
K 4.V. Jl IJJlOt II IS BIO Bin IK
9 I B 44 SI Ml 10 40 I'M ttlO MB SHI
1 i e'ss to owiui no sio'r, is 914
I, T31 I.9 SOU ,. 4 0Jieil M III 40
..' '. ' l ' ' iwn ( 1
' kv 1,7' 10 air 4 ai a in tvlt .vulll
'ijjist qliaftTrTof tho'nioorl, tNo'v. 12th.
Temperatures C a, m , 73; 8 n. m ,
C; 10 a m, 78; noon, 80; morning
Uarometer, 8 a. tu , 30 07; absolute
humidity, 8 a. m , S CSC grains per
cubic root; relative humidity, 8 a. m,
59 per cent; dew point, 8 n. in , CO.
Wind C a. m , velocity 9, direction
K.; 8 a. m , velocity 12, direction X.
:.; 10 u. m , velocity 11, direction N
E ; noon, velocity 12, direction .'
Itnlnrull during 24 hours ended 8
a. in , trace.
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended at noon, 2G2 miles.
VESSELS TO AND
(Special Cuble to JferehnnUV
1 Kxcbunge.) '
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Monday. Nov. 6.
SAN FRANCISCb-i-Snllcd. Nov. 0,
12:20 p m.: U. S, A. f1, Thomas, for
SUATTLi: Sallcil, Nov. 4: S. S. II
loulan, for Honolulu.
S. S. Mnrama, will dock at Alikon
wharf. C p. m. tomorrow from Auck
land and suit for Vlctrola about 11
which attention lias recently been
called, suggested that lxisslbly we
might look to Sabang for n partial ox
planatlon of tho position. He bellov
ed that, In the main, tho falling off
was fortuitous, but Sabang had been
making such rapid strides, nnd tho
ucllltles there were bo much greater
tliunihere, that he considered It qtiite
possible thatithe Dulch-porl pad beep
theineanB'of "Jobbing" Colombo io a
conslderablelextent. At Hubung tlitfiQ
was free entry for vesselsbbunkerln'g
slid the. ships iwere able to' go along
side' the wharves. " r
Tho decroaso could not bo account
ed for bj anv increase in thu price ,14
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tudi ut V.OIOUIUU, iur IHO flllt'U I1UU
gouo down. It will bo remembered
'hat we published ii cible tho oilier
day tn the effect that owing to the
heavy Suez Canal dues nn Increasing
number of cargo vessels- went bt tho
Cape route to Austialia 'and India
Tho Australian tonuugej however, hud
nut decreased, but Incieased for tho
Now Zealand boats now called at Co
lombo, and during the yeur, when tho
Australian strike wns on, moro steam
ers called heio than before, Sahant;
wns going ahead ut n rcmarkablo rato
und being on tho direct route oast
and west It probably hud something
lo do with tho falling oft In tho tun
ago figures ut this port.
Another factor In the decreaso
might very iKisslbly have been tho In
terferenco with tho Soyu bean trade
which was iho result of tho plagn In
China arid Manchuria. It wus qulto
possible, 109, that Ihe delnvs which
occurred In coaling ships nt Colombo
owing to the shortage of labor might
have had soino effect. The shrink
uge. very possibly, was only a tem
porary one, and It would come as no
biirprlso to him (our inrormant Bald)
to find an Increase Instead of a de
creaso when tho next figures were In
Asked whether ho considered that
growing popularity of the Cupo route
bud had uny effect oh tho tonnage
coming to Colombo, tho gentleman wo
approached was convinced that It had
not. He attributed tho Increasing po
pulailty of ttits route to the fact that
better steamers wero now being put
on. The P. and O, for Instance hud
taken over tho Lund (Illue Anchor)
line and had extended It, the Aber
deen lino had greatly Improved their
service, nml the Uluu Funnel line hud
also started a service of steamers via
tho Cupo, which carried passengers.
He did not think that It had uny ef
fect on Colombo, or that It would.
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ouoy united aix Years is qaptured.
A strange story or the seas and
their nister!)ii8 currents was told Ip
n letter recolvod by Stanley Dollar
from John Gear ut Lerwick, Scotland.
Inclosing a clipping from the Shetland
Times, published nt l.orwlck, am)
dated Bqplcmhor 30th. Tho item U
to Ihe effect that 1111 Septomber 13th
of this jenr there was picked up on
tho beach at C)i1Ivoq Papastour, noith
or Scothnd, n life buoy, tattered and
"tallied, bearing tie lnscpton, "Pass
ed by J. Guthrie, San Francisco, Cal .
Juno 1, 1905."
Captain Guthrie Is an assistant lo
cal Inspector of Steamboats foj tills
Tip Stanley Dollar wns wrecked oft
tho West Const of Japan In August,
1905, uud tho buoy must have been
floating In Ihe ocean currents for tIx
j ears, until It landed over In Scot
land. Whether It went "around the
Horn" or through the Northwest puss-
rge or down by Australasia and
iiroimd the Cape of Good Hopo Into
tho Atlantic, Is n mystery of seafar
ing men. The buoy holds tho world's
record for drifting tho longest dis
tance ever known. It was six learn
on the way from the Pacific ocean
to tho Atlantic and must havo been
washed Into many a strange port be
fore It was picked up on tho Scotch
Kqunlly marvelous Is the fact that
It wns not found before, but this may
bo explained by tho theory thnt It
floated In parts ot tiio two oceans un
frequented by many vessels. Tho
wiecked Stanley Dollar wns formerly
the transport Egbert. Thcro is an
other' nnd new Stanjey Doilar and II
is vory much afloat. '
HARD AT WORK
1 1 1 t
WA8lINaTO.V, October 22. Tho
Tnrlff Hoard will muke a report to
the President on the cotton nnd wool
en schedules eurly In December. The
report will follow the general lines
laid down by the bourd In Its report
on the pulp-wood nnd paper schedule
sent to Congress when the Canadian
reciprocity bill was before that body-,
nnd It will bo full and comprehensive
nstotiletalls ,of every itenl on cotton
ufiirwool contained! Inj the tariff liiwi.
Att the Siresetlt time' 5ile! hundred 'and
fourteen persons nro working on these
reports', nbout equally divided between
Held experts und the otneo force, somo
of the former having been In tho
Argentine, Australia, Oreut Urltaln,
ranee, Germany una even New Zea.
land after facts.
In endeavoring to get nt the rein'
tlvo cost of production ut home mid
abroad for the manufacture or lien
tlcal or almost similar products In
the cotton and wool Industries, the
Tariff Hon'rd lias had to resort to an
extensive lino of Investigations In or
der to avoid leaving out uny salient
fact. On wool, for Instance, It ban
made the following Investigations;
The preparation of a clossarv de
fining the various grades of rnw wool
und the various processes of Its manii
fiicture. in order to establish a unl.
form standard for tlio gulduiico' of all
The collection und standardization
of samples, both of raw wool ' and
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ninmiiuctureu cioins, nearly nuy of
tlhi'"'latter'b'elng necessary to'"cov'er
the' field.' '., "" B " '
An Investigation" of "lie yvool-prd-,ducng
industry, tp ascertain ihe ac
tual, cost of production TUIuipvestl
iSutlonnB pu.rj.utjd not oniv Jn nearly
Kvvt'iity.Stntos'oPtbe UuionbiftHn the
Argentine, Australia, New Zealand
An Investigation of tho cost of man
ufacturiiig the dlffeient grades of
woolen cloths, pursued In thu woolen
mills of the, United States und In Great
Urituln, France, Germany, Uelglum
An Investigation of tho cost of
lendj-mndp clothing, both men's and
women's, generally conducted both at
homo and abroad.
An Investigation of tho cost of mak
ing carpets containing wool.
An Investigation of the cost of mnk
lug knit goods containing wool.
An actual unulysts, chemtcnl rnd
otherwise, of the contents of woolen
goods sold on the American markets,
tor tho fixing of standurds
An Investigation of the rclntlvo ef
ficiency of American und foreign i.bir
Murk of Comiillluu- Now Under tVur.
All of these Investigations have
been practically completed by flic
Tariff Hoard, and the work of com
piling tho data Is now under wuy.
The difficulties of gathering the duta
may be readily understood In the case
of raw wool, when It 1b realized thnt
tho board found It necessary to dif
ferentlute between the Eastern pro
ducers of wool, whore the raising of
sheep Is Incidental with other agri
cultural pursuits, und tho raising of
sheep In the West, whore It Is u
genuine Industry. Furthermore, It
hud to prepure a speclul schedule be
cause some of tho wool producers In
the West grazed their sheep on for
est reserves, while others could not;
and u speclul (tern had to be put In
the schedule to cover the loss or sheen
from the depredations ot wild ujil
muls. In the United StateB tho Investiga
tions on raw wool began In tho East
ern States Inst fall, and the experts
havo Blnte followed the Western sheep
It-Ulll (BAnH 1IIIU UUUtllUU'llllU Will
!,Jln.,J 7..M, .. .lr.&.l... I- 1.-1.
in' In 1;
M.vn Ul Ul(IIUlll4 JU VUfll1
keeping among' the "producers inudo
this Investigation substantially a field
of original research for the experts,
Woi,t or the experts, both In wool und
cotton, have been retired nmnufac
turerH or nrofessors In textile rol.
leges und scliools Expert account
ants have assisted (hem regularly 'in
Qwlng to tho fact that there ts no
tariff duty on raw cotton, the Investi
gations In that brunch have 'been
mostly conllued to tho mil 1b.
Tho Trent Trust company has been
given until November 11 to file an an
swer to the charges laid against It hy
C. It. Collins In connection with the
Bale of the Colllna building on King
Tho Holt-Armltugo cuso advanced
another stage toduy when Attorney II
C. Peters continued )ils cross-examination
ot the plaintiff.
" ' ' n K ' VilrT--
MEN ARE HELPLESS AS
Minn Taken Suddenly III Here I n
Die. Btrnng man Is ns n helpless In
fant when he Is suddenly III.
The sturdiest chap In town usually
loses his self-control, nnd Is Utterly
unable to regard his condition with the
common sense that characterizes his
For exuiuple: He comes homo tired,
eats n heavy dinner and sits down to
read und Binoko uwny a quiet evening.
Suddenly he notices n weight on his
stomach; then sharp pains around his
heart, nnd 11 feeling of suffocation.
Thoughts of "heart dlsenso" rush over
him, and in his agony ho fears tho
Ills trouble was acute Indigestion,
brought on by overloading his tired
A cdupie of Hexall Dyspepsia Tab
lets might have given him relief
might have saved him hours of suffer
ing. Carry a package of Rexall Dyspepsia
Tablets In your vest pocket or keep
them In your room. Take one ufter
each heavy meal, and ward off indi
gestion. Hexall Dyspepsia Tablets relieve
stomach troubles by aiding nature to
Bupply those elements, the absence of
which In tho gastric Juices, causes In
digestion and dyspepsia. They tend to
utd the Btomach to digest nil kinds ot
food and to quickly convert It Into
rich red' blood.
We know what Hexall Pyspcpsla
Tnblets'nre nnd whut they will do. We
guarantee them 1 to relieve, Indigestion
and dyspepsia. ; It, they fall, wo will
refund your jmoney. . I ,
Three sizes, 25 cents, 50 cents, uud
$1.00. Sold only ut our stores or by
mall. Remember, you can obtain Hex
all Remedies In this community only
at our Btore The Hexall Store. Hen
son, Smith & Co, Ltd , Fort and Hotel
Sunday, Nov 5.
nKual imrts Klnau, Btmr., a. tn.
Maui, Mulokal and Laual ports
Mlkahala, slnir., a in.
Hawaii ports Helene, Btmr., a m.
Kauai ports Llkellke, stmr, a. in.
Monday, Nov. 6.
Ililo Wllhelmlna, M. N. S. S, a. in.
t PASSF.MIKIIS AltlUVKli t
Per stmr. Klnau, from Kauai iwrts,
November 5. J. Fassoth, Francis (lay
and 3 servants, Mrs. Ah Hoy, Infant
nnd 1 child, Haglnova, Mrs, Ilaglnoya,
E. F. ImhofT, U Hoi D. Y. Lee. T.
Isonaga, J H. Fisher, W. A Engle, II.
C. Waldron, Mrs. Hudson and 2 chil
dren, .1, II.- Bole. D. Klussman, Mrs.
A. Klussman, W. N. Peterson, W. Q.
Hall, Mrs. Bowers, Mrs. Glendon and
fhlld. , j- ,,,(. f
Per stmr. xriknhala, rrom Maul and
Molokal' ports? Ndv', 5 O. MarlamiT
and wire, Mrs. M. Clark, Miss a. Ar
nold, O. S. Wright Geo. Nunes, M.
Tugakl, Miss Jeremla, C. T. Larsen,
V, S. Clark, R. D. Mead, S. Oeita, D.
Per stmr. Mauna Kea, for Hllo, via
way ports, Nov. 7. Mrs. It. C. Scott,
Mrs. Lodorcr, A. Ahrens, C. Ahrens,
Mrs. J, J, 1 lamer. Miss F. I.. Illacow,
H. W. Diggs, D. D. Mnconaclilo. Mro.
C. J. Robinson, J. C, Currun and wlfo,
Mr. Rowes, D. G. May, S. Ileardmore
nnd friend, Mrs. G. I Desha, II. W.
Chamberlain and wlfo, Mrs. J. W. Mc
G li I re, C. J. Humer, II. Cockctt and
wife, U. Hawer and two friend, W. K.
Notley, wlfo and two children, MIbs
C. Lindsay, Mrs. W. M. Lindsay, Ml in
L. Lindsay, Mrs. A. O. Buckland und
children, O. Derndt and wife.
Per stmr. Mauna Loa, for Konaand
Knu ports, Nov. 10 T. H. Gibson,
Mrs. Gjbson. Miss J. B. MasBcy, H.
Buscher, J. S., Fillmore, U A. Sawa
lplgh, W. U Frost, p. G. May, Miss
Wallace, V. C. Achl.
Per Btmr, CI uidlno, for Hawaii pnd
Maul ports, Noy. 10. A. 'Ifaueherg.
Mrs. V. Hind and child, Mrs. 1J. peas,
Per stmr. Klnau, for Knuat ports,
Nov. 7. P. O. Bojcr. P. Williams, w.
W. Cocks, Mrs. Cocks.
Per stmr. Mlkahala, for Maul and
Molokal ports, Nov. 7. Y. Nam Illug.
MTULLETIN AD8 PAV
10 TO 50 REDUCTION
Main Eptrancei Near Hotel Street
1140 PORT OJREET
, w . : : . j
Received, by th'e I. it ). .- 1 im.
QERIE and TAILORED WAIST8,
FALL 8UIT8 and RAINCOATS) also
ONE-PIECE BROADCLOTH' QOWN8
anit APDiee '
Mrs. F. Zeave
68 YOUNQ BUILDINQ
NEW SJAMPINQ PAJTERNS
FORT STREET '
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