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EVENING JIULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H MONDAY, DEC. 4, 1911.
free f'tWTW'WSSp,'' ewjEfSfs'fHIB
" CAUSES SICKNESS "'
(1 1 llcilllli Impm-dlile With a III.
.)i ordvr4 jHlemewk.
There In tiiitliliiK Hint will create
hlckm-xx or mux,? Inoru trouble tlinn(l
tllxnjdercd vlniuacli, nnil muny people
dal)y contract avrlulia niuladlcx simply
tlirouKh Uhnugiird, ur -iijniHu u( the
AVo urite every one nuffcrliiK from
liny, stomach clernnifcmeiit, lndlgvxtlon,
or dypeplu, whether neuto ur chronic,
to try lluxull Dyxpepidii Tablet, wltli
tlif, tllHt Inct uiiilvrMnmllnff Hint we will
refund their imiiip)' wlthoilt iiucxtlou
ir formality. If nftcr jxuoiuilile uxo of
tliln medicine they tire lint xatlxfleii
with the r.exjilta. We recommend them
to, our -c.UKtnniui every day, nnd have
ji-t'lii hear of liny one who Itnii not
been heiicllted by them. Three l?cn,
25pr R0r.vimd JILflO ii box. Hold In Ho
nolulu only n't our More The llexnll
More. tllcimnii.'Hnillh Co, Ltd.. Kort
unit Jlotel dtreetn,
NEW - TO-DAY
The partnership heretofore existing
under the Drill mime of MiiKuun A
Weaver Iiuh been dlmolveil,
J Honolulu, December I, 111.
J. AI.KItHO MAUOON.
iMIILIt' I.. WKAVUIt.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
In th Matter of the Eetate of Samuel
Notice Ix hereby chon to nil rrcd
IturH ,f the deceased to irexcnt tin Ir
claims, duly authenticated mid with
proper oucherx, If'iuiy exist, to the
lindirxlgued Hxccutur nt Ills residence
or place lif business within hIx months
from the dute of tliH notice,
HAMUUL 8. PKCK.
Experiment Station, Keeuuniyku
Mreet; f.lji uvtnue, corner Wolalue
Philip U Weaver, Si; HtiiliReliwuld
bulldlm;, attorney for executor.
CU99 Dec. r,, 12. ID, C.
MICH SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE.
Under nnil by lrtue of a certain
Writ of Execution Issued by the Hon
orable. J, M. Munaarrut, District Miik
Ixlrnte of Honolulu, City mid County
of Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii, on
the li.t day of Dcccmlicr, A. D.'PJll, In
the nuitltr of II. llarkfehl A Co, Ltd,
im Hawaiian Corporation, l'liilntlff, vh.
Prauclx Levy OutlltthiB Co.. Ltd . nn
Ilawullan Corporation, Defendant, for
the mini of KlKhty-niie mid 35-1UU
(Jal.i) Dollars, I did on tliu 2nd day
of. December, A, 1). 1911, levy upon
mid Bhall olTer uml expoxe for Hale
ami Hell nt public auction to the blith
est bidder mi much of the property
hereinafter referred to nx may be nee-eai-nry'to
satisfy the wild Writ of Kx
ecutlorr'ul the City Auction ltoomx,
tlethel street, In Mild Honolulu, lit 'i
n'dock noon of Wednexdny, the 3rd
day d January A. D. 1912, all of the
rlEht, title nnd Interest of tho xald
Krunclx Levy OutllttliiK Co., Ltd., mi
Hawaiian Corporation, therein named
ax defendant. In and to tho followhiR
iwrxoual property of the defendant
above named, unlexx the xuin due un
dir xnld Writ of Execution, toKcthtr
wild Intercxt, costx and my fee and
cxpeiixox, nro prevlouxly paid.
PROPERTY TO BE SOLD.
Two i'lothcti hatiKcr, 1 mirror, 1
draw-lug table, 1 closet. 1 foldliiK desk.
1 olllce cliulr, 1 Ileuihiiitnn typewriter
mil table, :i chnlrx, .1 tablex, 2 bonk
cnxex, 1 cabhut, 1 .Standard xewlnic
Termx: Cash, In United Stale gold
Dated, Honolulu, City nnil County of
Honolulu, Territory uf Huwull, thlx lb
day of December. A. D, 1911.
High flhorlrf, Territory of Hawaii.
5099 Dec, 4, 18: Jan. 2.
SEE THE H0LrDAY-OOOD8"AT'
BEFORE BUYING' YOUR CHRIST'
Received, by the latt iliamir, LIN
GERIE and TAILORED WAISTS,
FALL SUIT8 and RAINCOAT8 alio
ONU-PIECE BROADCLOTH QOWNS
Mrs. F. Zeave
CS YOUNQ BUILDING
kftt 'i ' i 1
YOUNQ HOTEL BLDQ.
(Continued from Pao 1)
1911 Record Near -674,000 Tone.
"The1 paxl year Iiuh been one of the
moxt jiroxpiroux In Hie history of the
Industry In thexo Ixlnndx, The 1910-11
crop, 'ax xhonn by the annual state
ment. Is riilfl.V.'l tons, the larKext In
our history. These IlKtirex do not rcp
rexent tho total output, however, nx
several mills hud not finished Krlndlnif
on Meptember SO, the date of tlili ro
port. The total crop harvested from
wines Krowu for this crop will bo np-
iroxlmately f.74,000 tons. At the be-
Kliinlii); of the present xeason we wcro
faclni? n baxlx of 3.42, nnd the outlook
nt that time Indicated an nverngj" price
for the crop of between 3 12 and 3 3-4
cents. Contrary to these expectations,
however, the nverimo basis price for
the entire crop will he about 4.3S, while
n maximum price of C.90 wax realized
on n portion of our xuRnrx, thlx latter
flKiiro heluK the hlKhext point reached
In sliKar prices xlncn October, 1890,
twenty-one ymrx uro, when the iiin.
tntlon wax G cents. I believe that wo
shall enjoy u fair average price for the
t'otuliif year nlxo. a
"We also have Rood reason to con
i;nitubile ourselves upon the present
excellent rendition of the plulitutlonx.
The abundant rains durhiK the last
winter nnd the Rood RrowiliK xeuxon
which followed have done much tn
Insure the success of the next crop.
Tariff May Bo Cut.
"Let me remind you, however, thut
while we are coiiRrntulatliiK nurxehex
on iur present prosperity with Inline
illnte favorable proxpectx, we miixt not
forRet that history rcpentx Itxelf. nnd
we will (inula iiiiiloubtedly be facial
with yearx when the world's prices of
KURiir will he such iih lu barely cover
our cost of production, The stability
of the present United Mtales tnrllT on
MiRnrx Is by no meiinx assured, and
In view of the unrest In connection
with the tariff ns n whole nt present
existing ttiroiiKhout the United States,
It would Indeed bo n wlohian wlin
could predict exactly what legislation
will be enacted on thlx subject In the
Labor Outlook Good.
"The labor iiestlon still commands
our careful and earnest consideration
mid will, lie tnvercil In full by the re
port of "jour labor committee. At the
Inst session of the Territorial LcrIs
lature, held In the eurly part of this
year, the statute provldhiR for tho
brliiRlnK In of hunilRrnntx tinder the
supervision and control of the Terrl
torlnl Hoard of ImiiilRrntlon supported
by a special Income tax of 2 per cent.,
wax reenacted with certain minor mod-
lllcntloux. The efforts of the Hoard of
linnilurntlon during the past year have
been confined principally to the Intro.
duct Ion of European Immigrants
(Hpmilsh mid 1'ortiiRUese). with the re
sult that last April -1M1 of tliese, jieo
pie arrived by the 8. H. Orterlo. Ill
AtiRUht last year Mr. A. J. Cnmpliell,
iiRent for tho board, was again sent
In KuroM. for tliu purpose of secur
Iiir further shlpinentx of Portuguese
uml Hpanlxh ImnilRruntx.nnd as a re
sult I am pleased to sny that tho S. S.
Wlllexden, with 18B1 ixeople, arrived
yexterduy. Cable advices received
from Mr. Campbell recently Informed
the Imnfd thut the . K. Harplou has
nlxo been chartered to Mil about Feb
ruary 1, and It Is hoped that from loOO
to 2000 people will nrrlvo by this ves
sel. Thexo people luivo proved very
xutlxfaclory on tho plantations, nnd It
Ix hoped that the hoard will continue.
In brliiR them, III Increasing numherx.
Krom reports received from the vurloua
plantations, where Uiey are workliiR,
It seems, as thoiiRh these people nro
well satisfied will) existing conditions
nnd their treatment, nnd many of thorn
are anxious to have their friends mid
relntlvex Join them here.
Expariment Station Preleed.
"T,he experiment station has main
tained Its JiIkIi xtundlng, conducting
mid enlarging Itx Activities creully to
the benellt of the Hiignr Industry ns a
whole, nnd much credit Jx due tho staff
of the station ior their excellent work.
Details of this work will undoubtedly
be placed before you fully In the re
port of the experiment statjon com
mittee. In genernl. the principal fea
tures of this work durliiR the past year
huvu been the xuccesxful consumma
tion of plana for the extnbllhhlnR of u
145-ucre substation Ht Walpalm on thlx
Island ,U Ix contemplated thut ex
periments will bo conducted ut thlx
substation under ordinary ..plantation
conditions, which will he much more
satisfactory than nx nt present curried
out nt tho small station lu Honolulu.
The mixing of seedling canes In siitll
clent quantities to xupplv the planta
tions will be u feature of the new xtu-"
"ArrnngenientH luivo also been con
summated for 'the trying out of the
lllittelle procexs, which hnx for Itx oh-
Ipct the recovery of nitieh of the su
oBose now lost In tho waste molasses,
uTid also tho producing of a Jilgh grmlo
of( white sugar An cxhaustlvu Invex
tigatlnii as to tho merits of this process
wtiH made by the director nnd stuff of
the experiment xtntlon, nnd upon their
report and rocomnicndntlnn tint trux
teex have decided to undertake n prac
tical demonstration of the procexs, In
order lo determine Its full commercial
value. Arrangements huve been made
to make this trial In the K'n mill,
where lis conduct mid control can bo
under the Immediate direction nnd su
pervision of the director nnd experi
ment station stuff, due to tho close
proximity of this factory lo Honolulu.
"The trustees luive nlxo authorized
the construction of a, new modern, lire
proof laboratory building at tho gen
ernl station lu Honolulu.
Cane Petta Oombated.
"Huccexs Iiuh also been nttendant
upon .the development lu our cnuu fields
of the Tuchlnh! Ily, parasite nf the
cane borer. The results tliuu far ob-
(Allied lire entuurnglng tu the extent
of lending us to believe that thu catia
borer will soon be under such control
Hint thedamnge done by this pest will
be but nominal, tlreut credit Is due
to Mr. 1'. Mulr for his untiring nnd
arduous labors during the past four
yenis In seeking nut this parnxfle In
Mr. Baldwin'a Death. '
"During the past year we have had
the misfortune to lose by dentil one of
tie most Important nnd valued mem
bers of our association, the late Hon
orable II. I'. Haldwln. Mr. llaldwln
liad been associated with tho sugar In
dustry of these Islands since boyhood,
mid was prominent hi the organiza
tion of the association In .March, 1882,
mid lias continued nn active nnd
Mi I lied member up to the time of Ills
death. You lire nil familiar with his
w;ork, It speaks for Itself, Not only
lane we lost u xnluable member of
Mir association, but, ns members of
the community as n whole, we )me
lost n friend nnd u good citizen. Suit
nble resolutions were ndopted by the
trustees noting the passing nwny of
Mr llaldwln, which have become u
part of the records of this association,
copies of which vro forwarded to his
TO NEW METHODS
(Continued from Fag 1)
change wan e dec led In tliu averac.e
quantities of nitrogen mid (xitaah ap
plied per acre for tho 191 1 crop of
tho Islands, the nllroRun having been
Increased ocr that uxed for previ
ous crops and tlio putaBh decreased.
Between C5.000 nnd "0,000 acres har
vested during the 1911 season receiv
ed a mixed fertilizer which conform
ed with the station recommendations.
lit addition to this; area, a large pro
portion of tho lands cropped during
Ilia season now 'Closing received an
Increased amount of nitrogen In the
form of special spring dressing of ni
trate of soda or of sulphate of am
monia." Sixteen exierlincnt8alinvo been con
ducted along these lines during the
past six years, reports Director ICck
hart, and of tliu results, ho xaya:
"When It Is considered that tho re
"tillH from nil of these cx)rlnientfi,
conducted lu many Instances under
widely divergent conditions, and on
ureas varying from n .small fraction
of an aero to over ten acres, ixilntcd
distinctly In one direction in each In
dividual enxe, and showed nn average
gulii nf 27 per cent In migar yields
through Increasing Uio chiclency or
the quantity uf tho nltrogon In tho
applied fertilizer, ll is patent that the
extended application of this princi
ple lo.thosiigar men of the territory
should show a striking response.
"TJiIb matter is of hucIi great Im
IKiitanco and should so materially In-
ci ease tho (uliiic fertilization of Ha
waiian rniie lnntln Hint I liuvn foil III
should be dwelt uimi in tills report
and serve us a basis for discussion nt
the annual meeting of the associa
tion. "For tho 1912 crop about 8fl percent
of the area to bo harvested ba been
treated with fertilizers recommended
by tho exierlmcnt stutlon ant cum-'
lioimdcd In accordance with these t
Director Eckhart's rejiort covers In;
detail the report of tho experiment
station committee, which consists
K. K. I'axtou, chairman, J. W. Wnl
(lion, A. W. T. llottomley, .1. M. Dow-i-o
tt and A. (lartley.
In his report Mr. Eckhnrt tells of
the work of tho entomologists, parti-1
cuiarjy Mr. K. Mulrs great work In
finding a pnrnslto to combat the canc
Ixirur and the successful exiierliueiitH
with (ho Titchlnld llles from New
(lulnea, the work of Swszey. Kershaw
iinl Terry with Icar-huppcr and para
sites, and Mr. A. Kwbcle's work on
Especially interrstltig Is tho roKirt'
on the work with seedling canes, of
which tho Hill let in published nn
article a number of months ago when
the success of tho cxiwrlmeiita lu Im
proving thu cane-fields by c.irefid bo
lection of seedlings Drst heeamu up
parent. Now Director Kckhart U able
to rcirt as follows:
"Tle work with seedling cane has
been continued nt Ihu experlmeul sta
tion Odd and as tho relatively Indlf
foicnt vanutlos are gradually ellmlii
ateil it Is becoming inure strikingly
evident that many of thu Hawaiian
canes may bo exacted to evcntuully
replnco thu Ijilialna uud Yellow Cale
donia varieties on the plantations of
Uio association nt a mutei tally In
creased profit. ... It often hup-i
pens that Indlfforciil-npiicarlng canes
in so far ns Individual sticks; nro con
cerned, aro those which glvo the high
est returns. A good example of this
fact lies lu tho caso of II, 227, which
I tag been passed by without comment
l.y tho majoilty of plantation mo'i
visltlm; tho stutlon during the past
year, .whllo wllti few exceptions H. 33
un account of Its lingo sticks ami
more striking appearance received
fuvorable notice. H, 227, however,
yielded practically four tuns more
siigartlo the aero than H. .13."
A fair cniKo was, taken with tun
departure uf tliu Iiitor-Uluud atcainer
l.lkcllke for Hawaii MirtH nt noon to
duy. TIiIh vessel la cxiK'cted to cull
at llouokna, Kukiilluiolo iiinl ruaiilitui
Willi HliliuuoutH of linuhcr uml ferti
lizer. Tiie Likollko also curried .11
consignment of mall,
They fit nny machine,
nnd outwear any other re
value for your money !
Call iu I Gvt u cutulou I
Honolulu Music Co.
88 KINO. ST.
Pioneer mud leaden in
the Automobile Bmineia
Agent for such well-known ear
a Packard. Popn-llartford, Bterena
Duryea, Cadillac, Thuniua Klyar,
llulck, Uverluud. Dakar KlKtrle, and
CHUMAN CARRIAQC CO.
SUPPLIES AND REPAIRING
ASSOCIATED QARAQE, LTD.
For tha BEST RENT CARS in the
city, ring up
OL08MODILE, No. 403) RENAULT,
No. 404; I.ANOAUI.ET, No. C80
C. H. BEHN
ALL WE ASIC IS A TRIAL
HONOLULU VULCANIZING WORKS
Phone 1823 Kaplolnnl Building
Uta a PRESTtO-LITE TANK an
your Automobile and eav. Qenerator
Acetylene light and
Agency Co.. Ltd.
FINE LOT ON HAND
OROERS TAKEN FOR EARLY
The BICYCLE DEALE1 and U
FAIRER, ha moved to 1
180 UNO IT1II1
New location-Red front, seal
fonng Butldlntr Telephono 2518.
Will Do 11
WA8 AWARDED HIGHEST HONORS
At the recent California Slate Fair
liehl at Karruiuento:
A GOLD AWARD
A BLUE RIBBON AWARD and
A CASH PRIZE
" Benjamin Clothes"
And Six Months Hence
pHE average man buys two
suits per year, but the
average clothier doesn't know
how the suit he sells will look
six months hence. Very often
if he did he wouldn't tell. How
the suit looks is one thing and
how it will last is another.
How can you be sure? If you
want wearing, lasting good
ness insist on "BENJAMIN
CLOTHES." We are showing
them in a large range of pat
terns and styles.
Twenty-four prominent flilnrm wn
men Ih-kiiii tit Im iiiuruliiK to xollclt
fumlx lo aBilst tho I tii I CriMH M'rvlcuj
lu Ihu Clilueae resolution. Their work
nun luaiiiieil out ut un entliiinlantlcl
IlleetlllK hehl eKterilay 111 tliu hull or
the 1'nlteil I'lilnvHA Hockty for thu
lutrpoMo of urriiiiKlni; wu)m mul meutiH
In iiHHlet thu licit 'ruN Kervlcu with
I hi. Ktuileiiiluiia tunk of ulilliu; thu rev
olution KUlTtrim. They urn uorMlin
lu coiu.iiiIch of nix, each with Uh Ilril
I'niHit Imiiiur iib 11 Hyiiihol of their er
111111I. In uihlltlon to the actual labor
In louiiectloii ullh thu ralvlllK of Illun
clal ahl, the women will meet each
iiftirnooii lieiilnnliii; today lo prepare
IhiiiiI.ikcm iiniler thu direction of Amer
ican nurKi's who huxu ilonuted their
Hcrvleex. MrH. IVuiicIn Diiiuon la thu
chairman uf thin fun.l-rulxliu; roinnilt-.
tee. Her HHhtntunta are Mm. ClailiK
Kin. Slra. Ht 1'on, Mm. Ko Kin Nt-
oiii!, Mm. Konir Will CI1I111:. Mrn. Kuiiif
KIiik lllui, .Mrs. Yli Kwul ronit. Mr,
Vlji Kwul With, Mr. ' ICA1, MmI.
Ut. .Mra. Iin Tain,'. Mm. Wjmiii IIiiiiU
Kay. Mm. Koiik" Vln Tut, Mm. OI111111,'
I, In I'o. Mm. Yip Chi Wan, Mm. CIniDii
Vol Y1111, Mm. Mo Vim I'ouk. Mrn. I)yu
ran. Mm. Dyu ClinuiiK HIiik. Mm.
Tom; Kim, Mm. Y1111K ynnchult, Mm.
(iilik' Hoi, Minx T11111. Aim. Kume Hlin.
Mrs. flieiiB Vul and Mm. riillllli
WI1II11 the work now1 under wuy will
l ii.iitlclp.itid In chlclly by thu Ori
ental of lloiiululu, aid fioju Ainerl
cull Hinpalhl.em will be received with
lUiililude. All fuuilH will liu cuiefully
guarded uud wilt to iiuthorlzed
liruncheH of Ihu Ited ('roan In China.
A publicity coiuinllteu wan named at
yeKterday'a inwtliiK, thu nieliiherM In-
luf thu edltorn or thu roui-'leuuun.-i.'ii.
lutKu newsiupiiM uf thu city, ua fol
Iowh: Nb WluB Hun. Liberty New!
I'liliiB Vun Jluiiir. Wuh JIIiik Hally
Ni'WHJ t.'lilliB Yeo Hun, Kill Chi Dally
Ncmh; Chan ,Ye On, Hun CI11111K
Thou l'Iiuhuii lo act on thu uxecil
tlu iiiiiiiiiltlrojire thu following: C. K.
Al, chulriuun; Ku Kun I'uk, Woiib Lu
hub. Hev Konit Vln Tet, Chuck Iluy,
Vi H. Willi, Churn,' Vmi Yunif, l.lu
ICiiiii Chun, Ur. KrunclH, Woub.
The Ituunclut roniiiillteu lucliidc.i thu
rulluwIuK: Ho K011, cluilriuan; JIiiiib
Kwiin. l.'hun Mill, Yip Quul Koiib. Ynnx
Kwoiik Tat, Iiil Taint, Tuiib Kwuli
un. I'hlllli Wuifk. Mil Kuul,
Tlio leceptlull couilllitteu U oonipoHeil
of .Mm. Koiik. Mm. Funic. Mm, M
T011111, Mm. 1'utwine, Mm. Chuck Hoy,
Mix Muikfii'ilu, MIsh MIIIh, MIhs
Whlleiiian, Mm. Nuwhomti and othem.
Included lu the lidvlaiiry cuiiiiultteu
are Mra. Ur. 1.1 Kill l'ul. Minx Dewar,
Jlhs WorlliliiBton. MIhn Maynard, MIhh
UiiKer mid .Mm. I.un KIiib.
CIiii (Ifiii 1 the Kenerul "chatriunn of
thu new movement mid francU V.
Danioii tlio ndvlxory director.
21S5 editorial rooms 2250
baaiaeai -ofttee. Tlieae are thr-lrle-
ttltone nombcri ol the Ualletli,
I'UP.VIOITH TO HUII.lJlNll, A LOT HIIOUI.l) 111". l'ltOl'IIItl.Y
flUADKI), AND TIIIH Hllol'l.l) lit: lDNi: AT I, HAST A YIJAIl
HiiroiiK iimi.niNC, ii. i'ohhiih.i:, to allow timi: run
Tin: (uiounii Hr.TTi.iNn.
NO CHAItCi: I'Olt CO.VHI'LTATION, IP VOf Alii: INTRR-
A new water Hiipply kIvIiik live in II -
lion Katlunx 11 day 111ldltlou.il Iiuh Juxt
been xtruck by thu priuiectom ofOlaa
plantation who have been In tho liioun
tllllll above the idanllllliill xec'klllB to
tap water Kourecx for un ample Hiip
ply of water'for ItumliiK uud for mill
puipiwet.. It Ih believed that there Ix
phuty of water lu the iiiulcrttrnuud
hoiirrex If It can bo found nnd broiiKht
out ut thu rlitht elevation.
Thlx Ix KrutlfyliiB newx for Olau nt
thu cloxn of 11 xenxou which uavo thu
plantation j crop of SCIOO tonx, nil
marketed nt u good price. Tho plan
tation will pay off, ut thu leiixt, be
tween two mid three hundred thousand
ilollurn of IU lloatlnir Inik'liteilnCNX.nnd
It Ix bullctcd will wlpu out Itx over
draft with next year'x crop.
Once nioru tho whole of thu inornliiB
xentdon III connection ullh tho trial
of HciKcuut John A. McMahoiii charged
with the murder or A, X. (Vdiilof, uud
which Ix befiiro JiiiIku I'leiuoiix In thu
I'Vderal Court, wax taken up with
United HtateH lllxtrlct Attorney 11.
W, Uri'(;kiuia, who Ix nppcarlnB for thu
prosecution, offered In evldcnco 11 limp
of thu Irt'llchuu rexcn.'itlon, lo which
Attorney Lorrlu Audrewx, for tho de
fense, objected, in contention of thlx
ho Mated that tho wllnexsex put on by
thu prosecution could not xwcur tuthu
map nx behiB ubxolulely iiccuruto.
JuiIkc Clemoiix decided that tho map
Hhoiild bo held out for tho pi exeat
Utile. This practically concluded the
matter beforo thu court duiliu; tliu
Tho Ilolt-ArinlliiKO enso which litw
been before JiiiIro Hohlimou In tlio
Hi cult court fur nearly llirno wcokx
now Ih oxpcrlod to flultli up tills week,
Which i'cr wny tho OpcIhIoii la itlio'
In the clictilt court (ho matter will c
to thu siiiiciuo court for llnul soil.'
I - -
That the Territory of lluwall Rhould
either own 01- control h long-lliuo
chuiler a Kpeclul steamer to lirfui;
luinilKrniilH from ICuinpe Is tho ntafe
ineiit niudo Ihls lnoruiiiK by Dr. Vlifej
lor K. Clark, coniiulrtloner of Innul-
ration, an a lebult of tho arilval here"
nf thu Htcamcr Wlllesdcu jesterday
with shtcctl Binallpo cafen on board
Thu iiriltul uf the Orlerlu tuiiu
uioiitha iiKii, and Ita nurut lunate ex
perlenco with fi'tr, eniphaslzcd what
Dr. Clink believes. In bo 11 situation
Hull will, probably continue until tho
Territory cim ubFululcly unitrol Ita
means of ;ctllni: liuiiilRruiilH,
"Thu ONporlinces with thexo essoin
choiild, I believe, brlui; a ttiorutiuti CT
(coniinueu on raye 7) ,it3
I'or thrciu liu; al and minding S. K,
Knulkuiila with 11 look ?IkIiIiik closuj
111 ten imiuiiiIs, Henry Mnka. a ymuii;M
'oiirIi, wax bout tn Jail fur llftcen iliiyaK
by Police .IuiIko Moiisarrnt today. ',?Sil
David I'creKal Solomon this morn-;
IiiK tnnk his Intention papers. Ho-ln'
11 nalo ol OrmiRo I'reo State, South
Africa, mid Iweuty-slx i'ars old. "liu
Pimm hero from Sydney, Australia, oTT
Ihu Kli'uincr Miiraiiiu,
Our unfit' ntuKO will leuvo nur oljlco
at S a. 111. tomorrow (Tuesday) 'fort
llaiiulii llotol ncr tho I'ull, callliSI
... .. ,..... . .. . .-.m
ai 1111 nooiuii siuiiuus. coiuo aid
mul sco tho Island, will return aliuu
r. p. 111. Union raclllc Tiauxfur C07
UiB Btrcet. rv
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Wlrelesu mportH fintn two llnuta
mi ekiitu ti I lift Istiitiitti liii.'ii !. ''kai
it i"iiii' if aitvj mttiiiiin it tit ti ti I'll 1 if
cehed today. Kroni the Mikura.
If Icsirnod that ousel will nrrlvo !j'
from AiiHtrulhin ixirtn 1111 or nlnut lpj(
ii'ciucl Tuoiiluy mornliis n U w(L
ncrth 10 l ikvn wharf. Tlio CiW
ulan-An .r.ill.111 liner Marnim rttifni
Vinir ii.rr aiiil VletorPi lu iliu. I, fit?'
iIn. ah nit WYilnosiluy noon nnd m
ul'ii c tno u!u.iiili!o Alikna wliarf
ii.' 'o dl'ejr,ri n "in.ili vorthui7J2
Hi 1 befoic iiivi.'ocdlipj lo Australian1
iu 1 befoic iiivi.'ocdlipj lo AtistriilWrtH
-tid Now 'calami porU.
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