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IVc arc talking about Aycrs
Ilair Vigor. Just note that word
"AycrV You arc perfectly
safe with it. No harm to you or
to your hair. Makes the hair
grow? It certainly does. Stops
"Ayer's" we arc talking about
Ask your doctor about your hair
md about Ayer's Hair Vigor.
Get his approval. Your own
doctor and "Ayer's" make a
strong combination. It means
faith, confidence, satisfaction.
Ayer's Hair Vigor
DOES NOT COLOR THE HAIR
TtoinJ by Dr. J. C. Ayr & C- Unit Mm.. U. 6. A.
An Old and Well Tried Remedy
MBS. WINSLOWS SOOTHING SYRUP
kt bra od br miDiofu el inothen lor thtir chiUren
wtje treuuni. wilh trf nwoi. It Kitau the mm.
a&arf tia turn wind cote. And u the bat remedy lor
JUnte.. Sold by Drunnu. He wteantaitfcr
Mrs. WInslow's Soolhtaa Syrnp
U,cd lor more tbn three gtneratlotu.
mvn I tiNJ rial
The only baking powder
mado from Royal Grapo
Cream of Tartar
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
THIRD JUDICIAL CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
OF HAWAII AT
IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE
OF MANOEL SOARES VIEIRA, DE.
Order of Notice for Hearing Petition
On rending nnd filing tlio petition of
Cnptalina A. B, Viciru, widow, of
Hawaii, alleging that Manocl
Soared Vicira oV said Pnhala died
at J'aliala, Hawaii, aforesaid, on
tlio ISth day of November, A. D. 1911,
leaving property within the jurisdiction
f this Court necessary to be administered
upon, ami praying that letters
of administration issue to Manocl
It is ordered, that Wednesday, the
13th dity of November, A. 1). 11)12, at
30 o'clock a. in., bo nnd hereby is appointed
for hearing said petition in the
courtroom of this Court lit Knilun, Komi,
Hawaii, lit which time and place
all persons concerned may appear and
ahow cause, if any they have, why said
petition should not bo granted, and that
aotice of this order shall bo published
enco u. week for thrco successive weeks
in the Hawaiian Oazctto, u newspaper
printed and published in Honolulu, T.
J.I., tho last publication to bo not. less
than ten days previous to tho time
therein appointed for hearing.
Dated, Kailua, Koaa, Hawaii, Sep
tember 20, 1812.
JOHN ALBERT MATTUEWMAN,
Judge of tho Circuit Court of the Third
(Fgd.) JAMES AKQ,
Clerk, Circuit Court, Third Circuit.
The foregoing is a true, full and correct
copy of tho original now on fllo
in this Court and caun
' (Seal) JAMES AKO,
3751 Oct. 4, 11, 18, 25.
HONOLULU IRON WOIiKB CO.
of every description mado to
R n. m.
TUBtduy, Uetobor IS, Hi 12.
Han detobvr 1ft,
( a- in,, fit B. Wllhuludmi, Imucu Oai, (i.
Hun or tuber IS,
fi. H. Hvadu, from llllo, Otober tl.
lurk H. (' Allan, Tt
Wnduwduy li,lrtr 111, Hi l .
'tiiiioiivi'r i x .,i,. r .,.
f. MftMiM. WW rm H. I
Hny ArrtrtM, Owlabcr 15, K. K.
Ortobcr 1C, X. H. '
far Ilrniolnln. j
AIH Arrtvrrt, Ortelwr 10, K. J.
KoIm Mum, hife OMnber .
lAtf PRAJrtMISCrj Arrived, UetiP
rr IB. nth. Mttrlrl, fiom Ilonolpu,
PORT OF HONOLULU.
Tuesday, October 15, 1012.
fUr. Manna Ken, from Hawaii and
Muul ports, OiM a. m.
Htr. Nllhnii, from Kauai ports, 0:150
S. S. China, from Yokohama,
M. N. S. S. Hllonlnn, from Seattle,
10 n. m.
Wcdnesdny October 10, 1012.
A.-H. S. S. Virginian, from Tncoma,
dtr. Claudlnc, from Maul and Hawaii
ports, a. in.
Str. W. G. Hall, from ports,
Am. lik. Andrew Welch, from Pearl
Hnrbor, In tow of .Intrepid, a. m.
Str. Ijikcllkc, from uawnil pons, rum.
Thursday, Octobor 17,
U. S. N. T. Nnviijo, from Pearl Harbor,
l:3!i a. in.
U. 8. A. T. lliic, from Manila ports,
7:30 a. in.
U. S. L-. H. T. Kulail, from cruise,
o:30 a. in.
Str. .T. A. CSimmings, for Waimannlo,
8:20 a. in. ,
Str. Iwalani, for Hawaii ports, 3
p. m. ,
P. M. S. S. China, for San Francisco,
.1 Tl. 1,1-
Str. Miknhala, for Maul and Molokai
ports, 5 p. m.
Str. Kinau, for Kauai ports, 5 p. m.
M. N. S. S. Honolulan.. for San Francisco,
10 n. ni.
Str. Mnuna Kea, for Maui nnd Ha-
.wail ports, 10 a. in.
TJ. S. L. H. 1. KUlsui on cruise, u:ju
n. m. , ,
U. 8. N. T. Navajo, for Pearl Harbor,
0 a. in.
Str. Mokolil, for Oaliu ports, G:45
Str. W. G. Hall, for Kauai ports, 5
M. N. S. S. Hiloninn, for Elcclc,
nnd Coast, p. ni.
Per P. M. S. S. China, from Yoko
hama, October 16. Mrs. Leong Shoe,
Mrs. I.oo Shee. Master Tone Ming
Hing, Miss Tong Holing Chin, Miss
Wong Woon Yin, Mrs. T. Mntsumurn
nnd servant, .T. Matsuimirn, Master S.
Matsumura, It. L. Ogilvio, Mrs. E. H.
Thompson, Miss E. H. Thompson, J. A.
Per Mnuna Kea, from Maui nnd
Molokai ports, October 15. W. A. II.
Shang and wife, Miss S. Quinn, L. W.
Harney and wife, II. K. "Fletcher and
wife, P. F. Ellis, T. McConnncki nnd
wife, Mrs. .Tas. T. Tnylor, A. S. Hargic,
K. T. Anderson, W. II. Keller nnd wife,
13. K. Fernnndez, C. HcrniiTtlo 'and ser
vant, Mrs. M. F. Peters, A. S. Prescott,
G. Tashiro wife, K. Ito, C. F. Clark
and wife, A. Lindsay, Mrs. h. C. Lyman,
Mrs. M. A. Hill, Mrs. F. M.
Ilcrg nnd child, Mt8. Roinhnrdt, C.
lloinliardt, F. F. Long, J. A. McCord,
Y. Tnkakuwn; K. Gerrard, A. F.
W. P. Day.
Per str. Claudino, from Hawaii and
Jlani jiorts, October 10 S E. IJothway,
S. A. Kevstnn, "W .G. Carr, i Nctrock,
ltov. L. K. Kakani, II. E. Palakito, II.
Iieuter. T. 11. Gibson. J. Carlo, Mrs. 31.
C. Vltln, A. Fernandez, F. Kennedy, F.
Mcdoiros, Mrs. T. Chan, E. Noah, Itoso
Alexander, Mrs. Nunez, Sirs, liiclinnt
son, Miss K. Wilcox, Mrs. .T. Clement,
H. M. Nodn, Mrs. H. Hogan, Miss P.
Kinglet, M. Kalei, K. Y. Toilnf.".l.
Gomez, A. Ventura, .1. J. Ilurd, E,
Diggs, Miss MaeTnggctt, Win. Henning,
-I. F. Ruck, W. M. Giffnrd, T. V. King,
A. N. Vicrrn, Mrs. L. Alan, S. D. San-ford.
Per str. W. O. Hall, from Kaunl
ports, October 10. M. Fernnndez, W. J.
Sheldon, II. Fat, Chang Kec, Miss N.
Winstead, F. Crawford nnd thirty-seven
Per str. Kinau, for Kauai ports, Oct.
15. M. Osaki, Sister Albortinn, Francis
Gay, Miss M. Elmhurst, Miss A.
Labenz, Mrs. Fanny Sabo, Mrs. Brandt,
H. A. Glcse. L. Smith Hearth, E. D.
Murdoch, Kev. S. Paaluhi, T. E. llrady,
W. A. ltiimsav, Edwnrd Dekuni, I. G.
I May, H. P. Fryo, W. T. Frnst. Hans
Per ttr. Mi'sabala, for Maul nnd
ports. Oct. 15. V. M. Gcdge. E.
It. Davis, Mrs. II. D. Bowoii, Mrs. E. C.
Howen, C. H. Mcrrinm, T. Osulti, Mrs.
.1. F. Brown, James Morse.
Per P. M. S. S. China, for San
October IS. C. F. Echart, Miss
It. Roberts, Miss H. M. Goldio, Mrs.
Hiddiford, Miss Mays, Count F. W. van
West and valet, J. A. Bell, Paul Du-fault,
Count mid Conntcs do Cisnoros,
Miss May Johnson, J. W. Smith, A. G.
Wallace, W. Peterson, Miss G.
Paul W, Bums nnd wife, Miss E.
Wuriuner, Master John Warimior.
Per M. N. S. S. Honolulan, for San
Pranclsco, October 11). Mrs. E. O.
Huckloy, Miss O. Buckley, Jolin uyor,
W P. Day. Mrs. J. a Foss nnd child,
Victor Gram, Miss M. Kane, II. M. Keb-
bv, Mrs. II. JI, Kcliliy, A. Lindsay, .i.
Murphv, S. Orchard, Mrs. H. K. Smith,
Mrs. S'. K. Smith,
Per str. Manna Kca. for Hawaii
ports, Oct. 10. A. Gartloy, Alfrod
Krafft, wifo nnd thrco children; K. M.
Smith, Mrs. J. M, Soiwn, Maslor H.
Sonza, Eva Souzn, Mrs. J. K. Bodol,
clilld and maid-, Mr. and Mrs. George
H. McLnughiln, Esther L. Anderson,
Miss M. Johnson, Mia J. Johnson, J.
( Souzn. II. Held, II. 11. Wildor, Mr. and
Mrs. Pillatt and inrunt, Mr. nun .Mrs.
II, B. Mariner, Gooruo P. Dcnison, W.
V. Van Humskcrtch Duker, Mary Duif
can, Mr. und Mrn. Iludleson, L.
Mrs. L. Hull, Mr, nnd Mrs. S.
J. Drake. Warren Thomas, M. F. liar-
elay, A. (iilllland, George Knrlatelu,
Mn. E. J. biciion, MlM M. linker, w.
Thoma. A. Prlra, It, Tnbrinot, H.
Uiodlioli, Mrs. Allnguo anil clilld.
1W tlr. W. U. Hull, for Knuni ports,
ports, Otlubor 1711. JludfWU, Hid
Mi M. K. WilcoK, ,1, onm, Mm.
(t. K, llruwn. .limn I'unsmio, .lomph
IIOMIHH, lKtllwU ,i(ipjill, .1. H. limn,
T. l'uttttu, M. OtHkl, 1'. Ormrunl, W. J.
l'ir ir, t'Uudlns, for Maul and lltt
'i ..,ri, i), i.,ti.T 17 t, mid Mr.
H J- II (. lloiiliie, T Uinltl,
HAWAIIAN UABliTTK, ll(IHY I I ; i f IK. VMJ
S DISCOeiESTD . .
BE GIN HEU THE WORLD
Society L Formed to Disseminate Word of His
Methods Leading Citizens Lend Aid
to a Great Work.
"I hnvo henrd of Burbnnk, just ns I
have heard of Edison but what has ho
dona that Is of practical nnd lasting
valuot "'asked a mnn who was
Luther liurliniik'g work.
Out of tho results of forty years of
dally achievement, it is hard to pick a
TERHiBLE Si! .
HUMOR 25 YEARS
Business Man Suffered Agony
Head, Neck and Shoulders
An Cbjcct of Dread
Consulted Most Able Doctors
and Hospital but Got No Relief.'
CURE DY CUTICURA
"Cuticura did wonders fcr mo. For
ycara I agony from
I Sf . A
ij, a ternino numor, com-
piotuiy covering my
head, neck and
co that to my
frlrnds. rr.cl even to my
wife, I bcccKio an cbjcct
cf drcad. At largo expense
I consulted tho
most tblo doctors far
nnd near. Their
Mncnt was, cf m avail,
nor was that cf tho
Hoe ni tnl.clurinirnli
months' efforts. I suITored rn nnd concluded
thero was no help tor mo tlds stdo
of the grave. Then I heard cf some cno
who had been cured by Cuticura Remedies
and thought that n trial cruld do no
barm. In a phort time I was
completely cured. S.P. lloves.147 Con-tress
St., Boetou, Mass., Oct. 12, 1009."
mention but nothlin: was nnv !
pood. Tho licils mado her very weak '
lug. this new walnut can yield in
twelve years n lumber value of three
tbousiiml dollars per ncrc.
Or, to put it another way; in these
days when forest coiiscrvntiou Is an
acute issue, Luther lliirbnnk has given
us a short-cut to reforostrntion has
cnal led us to inako uood a lumber
shortage, duo to our own wnnton Tcck'
slnglo illustration tlint will answer tho ort,UP!.,, and to do nil of this, not n
tpicstion: "Whnt hns ho donof'1 Igenerntion from now, but in tho mcro
But thero is for example, tho common spar, of n dozen yenrs.
potato. Thirty-five years nuo potatoes-. Yet tho cincstion Is nskod! "What
wcro round, red-skinned nnd small. hns he done that is practical f"
Tho "potntoes of today nro long,! Spineless Cactus.
mid arge. , Tlieronro tire0 billion acres of
Jt woum no milieu t, now, to ""i.(lcscrt ,n ,10 ,vorll
specimens tlioso mtie, rouim, jiarrcn .iril. ,iCsert
skinned potntoes of olden days, for tho. ,lillctt ,., ot t,
Burbaiik potato has become practically ",. i,i, ,.inv -i
....!.. ..!!. .. !... ..,-a . ...!.."" """1 i v "
;... .. i. :....u .....i !..,., niter tlio irtnt is pickcu.
America's most precious trco, ,1110
walnut tree, is practically extinct at
least as a source of marketable lumber.
The walnut trco, as nnturo planned
it, is slow to grow.
In thirty-live yenrs it usually reaches
a height of twenty feet nnd a
of eighteen inches. . (.
Burbank hns produced a walnut tree
equnl, if not superior in tho quality
of tho luniUcr which, in only
years, has attained a height of
eighty feet (as against twonty feet in
twico that long) nnd a circumferonco
of seventy-two inches (ns,ngninst
inches in twico that long).
At tho cost of $2 per trco for plant-
ife is tho
. II. "ok t,,e. ,n",1t, a
the other kind. - ,f
Luthcr Ilurbank did three things to bk oon". , ,l wnJ" to transform
tho potato: tl,os0 tl,n;0 billion acres into
lie incrcnscd its size
He increased the number that grow l' 1 itot by lluding now plants
jn lt jjjji which would thrive on desert sou nau
ho tho .under desert conditions,
And, third, Improved quality
'Ho did tho
nnd iliivor it by making common
of """ " "" Kf i l'
Tho United States department ;
at Washington, in one of its !;" ", J'cy then by
bulletins, has said that the Hurbank milking tho cactus thornlcss he added
potato is addlnu seventeen million a great forage crop (livestock food)
of tho country. He so transformed the cactus that it
On this bnsis, and remembering that grows thornless nnd covers itself with
lliirbnnk products nro not limited to beautiful, lugliiy -colored, pear-shaped
America, "liut are, in fnct, better known juicy as a' ripe Avaternielon,
it is to with a flavor between that and the
abroad than at home, easy com-1
pute that tho Burbank potato in the '"artlctt pear grows them on its na-thirty-five
years Blnco its discovery, hns live desert.
added to' farm grand total in I , Under favorable conditions, corn
neighborhood of six hundred million &ua on the basis of about oio ton
dollars - ' "' " pcr nero"
In other wants, Luther Burlmnlc, with ' Alfalfa, that wonder crop, itself, pro-this
ono singjo plnnt improvemont, has 'bices as high as Ave tons of food per
..'(nn ,n fnvninre tf tlirt trtfli! fin ' QCTC
added income which compares favor-' The Hurbank cactus has shown that
ably with tho wholo estimated earnings it will produce as high as two thou-of
tho Standard Oil Company since its sand tons of food per acre-or. in
' produce $1200 worth of
.- t! i money, it can
lllll'IIL.UII. ' - '
. . .
And tho casual inquirer, who had eat
en Burbnnk potntoes all his life and
who had never seen, tasted or even
heard of any othor potato, asked what
Burbank had dono that was prnetical!
His Famous Walnut.
)r, to pick nt random nnothcr ox-
ilennturcd alcohol per aero as against
$33 value from nu aero, of Indian corn.
If, merely by improving tho common
potato, Hurbank has created an actual
wealth equal to that of Standard Oil,
what estimate can made of the
vnluo of this new Burbank food cactus,
with thrco billion acres of unproductive
land to plant it to!
His Careless Work.
T11 the slzo of type in which tjiis
article is set, it would tale a number
of pages merely to 'cataloguo the
plant experiments and improvements'
which Luther Burbank has mado
111 tho past f brty 3'cars. '
Not to describe them but merely td
give their names in headings.
There could bo mentioned the chest-
.t D.i.i.UIn,, linofliirv n nn nf tint.!
Or tho evolution of tho prune resulting
in increasing tho crop of ono Stato
from to two hundred million
pounds, and enabling the United States
to sell til ty million pouniis a year to
foreign countries instead of buying
million pounds from them.
Or tho Burbaak tomato, asparagus,
squash, each ns wonderful in Its way as
the Burbank potato was
years ago. s
Or the crimson winter rhubarb, 'called
tho "mortgage lifter" by its growers,
ready fully six months earlier than
any other rhubarb, nnd of a flavor rtnd
texturo that makes it yield a thousand
dollars an acre tho first year after
planting with an always oagor
Or tho Burbank cherry, or tlio Burbank
white blackberry, or.tho Burbank
thornier lilaclcticrry, or tlio liurpaiuc
forago grasses, hays, peas, beans, oats,
rye, all of which have just as practical
a money-meaning as' tho Burbank potato
or tlio Burbank cactus have.
"And my ideas of Burbnnk," said
tho casual inquirer, "h.ivo always been
associated with such things ns his
Daisy his novelties beautiful, in
teresting, and valuable, but offering
from a money standpoint nothing prac
Compared with the Burbank potnto,
the beautiful Burbank ltoso seems almost
Yet one florist on Long Island, Now
York, says that ho has sold from tho
new varieties which ho has produced
according to lliirbnnk ' advico on hybridizing,
over ono hundred thousand
dollars worth of pinnts and flowers.
Practically Secret ""
Hero i Luther Burbnnk bis work
and methods practically n secret.
Here is a world impatiently waiting
to bo informed.
" Hero is the work of forty years ready
for widespread dissemination.
The Carnogie Institution nt Washing-
With Cuticura when Everything I ton. recognizing tho universal value of
Else had Failed. j Luther Burbunk's records, made nn
.. .. I propriation of oue hundred thousand
t r, nn,
m,,M? &&t$& I SolAn n 1P05 for the purpose of com-
cloven months with awful bolls oa i piling them for scientific purposes ex-
lier iXKiy. wo irieu everything winch clusiveiy.
But tho scientltlo part of Mr. Bur-
1.....1. P.. . I- t iil.,..i .1 'iliiKAatlm
and ill and alio had to leavo her nlsce. 1 "'" " ." """' ."" "' " '."l """ ","
a ,- .,.i .,,. it,i, ..--.. k.n ns it is. in not what tlio inrmcr nccii".
onolwxcf Cuticura Ointment, two vlali What tho farmer needs U practlcui
of Cuticura Pl.U and thrvo Ix.ttles of results nnd definite Instruction 011
I.U1IVIMU AVlUIVVilb 3I1U I' I. 11UHU VTL1I hQW tO nPPU' thCIU,
and has not hail tha 1k.Ha ilnra I
should liavo written to you before but
bavo Uvn waltlns to teo if ho hail any
nlgn of any coinlni; bncli. My daufibter
Mn. Ellen Heather,
Hlllsld" ltd , Afli C' miivn, lir,
llunu, l.ujlcnd, June SO, 1S00."
rulifui snn roi ruiciirs omtnifnt t&oel
and lllM.il.t 1 k I lit, 10 tlue
t xiitcuMie t.iAirn riiu. 7.-,' wr w ui ik,
tunucboul ttif wurh
Kill,, llru it f hmn
HM.UU. A,V , ... IV. .11.-
i'k nuunlitM fivim4.
MlUllWtl.lMltWAI UHltUIVlllUAK4Altl.il UUL
.,--.,.- 1 . .1.
It l 1110 iiiiiercnco peiweeii mmim
mittics mill aeeoiintliig botween tho
patent olllro blue-prints for
1 jug between theory und practice.
, What the l at neu ie Institution want-1
imI would have pyil the more
tical rliiitiutnt of ifDtting furmer
, tiverywliere i.lng tlm llutlmiik inctliod'.
I bo Luther HurbauU, Inilepeiident "f
,11m Ctt'iieijie InitUutlnii, ilttflliled to
I'rof. .rnuKur, L. M. Vtlou, h. U, wgy Ukcu of ail bi experlliinlit ill
(Ihiio, 1. . Aluim, C, L. l)buiim, Max k full" '""" ot bU vtwrk.
linknnlt, Max Hclurdi, Jr., il Tom T J IUk, 1.4.1 in a nuy lu lulitiMt
kiiwil, Wibuni llnuinu;, L A. f I'ari.li U mivhIIpU, fur h MhMU Unity U
Mr. 1 II Kiiiivw. Ilirlmid ioiun, i,l ma l.. Ihv inilul
Ml. II )' unk mil, A 1. iIid liirliti iiuli bu l d II lu
Mr mid Hr. A V'ut imiiJi k
' tfr hfi(r
- - ,f fs,Bn p Ip " iT""nirtl If
mrifco.1 !arir uttletUtidiill! by nny
avrrtut farmer Vio (An ia1 simple
Ircra Theory; Mors Work.
Thar In Already ' too imica of the
llH'nfy of belter farming too little of
bor Carnegie Peaco Commission; W. 8.
Palmer. Northwestern Pacific R. R,: An
gus a. jiibbara, American Telephone &
Tclegrnph Company; Victor Roscwator,
publisher, Omalia Ueo; Gustavo Pnbst,
Pabst Brewing Company; John Burroughs,
naturalist; Hugh Chalmers,
president, Chalmers Motor Co.; John
Muir, nnturnlist; Hugo Do Vries, University
of Amsterdam, Holland; Frederick
D. Underwood, president, Erie
Knllrond Compnny; John 11. McLean,
publisher, Cincinnati Enquirer; Henry
E. Huntington, prcsidont, Los Angeles
Hallway Co.; F. C. Havens. Oakland,
California; Hon. Henry A. Du Pont, TJ.
S. senntor from Delaware; John
shipowner, San Francisco; Hon.
Wm. Kent. Kentficld, .California; Hon.
Franklin K. Lane, Interstate Commerce
Comniission; 'II. II. Windsor, publisher,
Popnlar Mechanics Magazine
The good which this society can do
It can help to givo the world, a thousand
Luther Burbanks instead of one.
after six months growth from seed- Jt can perpetuate and multiply Luther
fifteen of J uruuiiK s iiieuious urn,
as against ten to years an 1
stead of allowing them to die with him
It can helpto give to the world better
foods at Icjwcr prices it can convert
arid deserts into blooming
It I'iin cnnblo every man or womaa
whogrows things from the soil either
for pleasure or ior profit to inimove
ins yield and to know tlio joy ot creating
new. and better forms of life.
For tho Human Baco.
To quote from Mr. Burbank 's own
manuscript, which is now rapidly
its final rereading:
"New creations in plant life will not
only produce a rent-wed interest in
and horticultural matters, and
in all outdoor life, but they will make
it possible to produce far greater results
with the samo amount of labor
nnd capital. A "life in the open air,
among plants, near to nature heart;,
gives ono health ami tielf'respect, as
well as physical ond'ivaneo and mental
integrity for tho highest intellectual
advancement can be combined with tho
occupations of the soil.
"Tho forthcoming writings are for
tho people, and not for 'tho scientific
investigator, and I hope to explain my
methods in a plain, matter-of-fact way
which will bo understood by everybody,
and especially by the young, in whom
I now see a greater interest in nature
studies nnd than ever beforo.
"New fruits, nuts, grains, vegetables,
coffee, tea, spico rubber,-oil, paper and
perfume pinnts1 such ns man has nevor
yet seen will bo produced in greatly
superior forms with tho precision
achieved by tho nrtist, chemist or mechanic.
Docs this mean do you ask
anything for tho human racof
"Yes, in tho hands -of tho
rests tho futuro destiny of nil
POI SHOP DAMAGF.
SUITS IRE T
BUI DF MAT
Circuit Judge Henry E. Cooper has
DUituiued demurrer in ull of tho cases
brought ugninut tho City and County
of Honolulu for damages n connection
with the summary closing of pol nbops
ilurini2 the lust cholera cure. Thi tuius
elaliueil by the various plalntiffn
grugntfil nearly fau,"ui.
The nilt grew out of the action of
Doctor Mttcknll, former city physician,
11111I other Plllclul, In cioiliiu tho pol
sllpp when nn outbreak of euoluru.
it Jiinu heid that pol was a
iiiiwii of (prtwillng the illmMtic, on
sunlit or the comllliou of the 1 himi.
Tlt owaers of the poi ilmjn, nil Old-
H. kUtui tt HIII!I. Th lldHlirriT
wm on !' K'uund ttiMl lh HiMnliiwl
lly w ih'I rHiailble In damagw for
,wlmt bud btM tuuw. Tbi diwIpliHi pm
i.iiilmr Ilia dviuurrtir. It ll"J,
iKcunt lb-it f iliv lio of luio,e in.
Hint wtuhl Mili IhB d '" wt k f'ww ,h r
Honolulu, Thurwlay, October 17. 1011
NAME OP STOCK
Only the smallest pereenlafle of the . c, rkewt r A Co
work or the tlcpaitinenl ot ngrienitute
nni Agricultural college in vnnoiy
States I ever put into actual operation.
At these fountain heads of fanning
information it ii possible 'to learn tho
Ingredients that a soil for a given
sbouid poascsi hut thorc nro no
facilities for actually examining the
jolls that are sent In by farmers nor
are farmers told how thoir soils may bo
nimlyzed or definitely improved.
There is vnluo In this scientific
work, unquestionably but it reachc"
on'i.v tho small number of attending
students, not the millions of farmers.
And the farm problem lodny is an
acute problem calling for an immediate
It needs not theory, but working
plans not lectures or essays or histories
to improve tho mind of tho fanner
but specific, detailed Instructions for
mnking an immcdlnto lncrcoso la the
output of the farm.
And this detailed specific heip is in
part oxnetly what Luther Burbank has
been preparing during these years.
Now-, in order that, tho life work of
Luther Burbank may be placed in tho
hands of thoso who most need it, Tho
Luther Burbank Society has been chartered
by tho State of California.
Not orcnnizinc for profit, but for the
purpose of aiding in spreading tho Bur-
paiiK inetnoiis to tlio lour corners ot tlie
clobe, so that tho whole world mav
profit, this society numbers nmong its
mcniuers sucn men and women as:
Phoebe A. Hearst, PIcasanton, California;
William S. Tcvls, Bakcrsfiekl,
California: It. A. Crothers, publisher,
the Bulletin, San Francisco; Henry F.
Fortmnnn, president, Alaska -Packers
Association; diaries W. Post, Postum
Cerenl Company; Dr. J. B. Murphy,
president, American Medical Association;'
C. W. Hornick, poncral manager,
San Francisco Call; Edward O.
Peoples Gas' Light & Coke Com
pany, Chicago; Itollin D. Salisbury,
dean, University of Chicngo; John P.
Overton, president, Savings Bank of
Santa Rosa; Champ Clark, Speaker,
house of representatives; A. W. Foster,
regent, Unii'crsity of California, mem
Haw. Com. A Stif. Co.
j jw. Sug. Co
. lition Co
Kahuku , .,
Kckalia Sugar Co
McUrrdc Sug. Co. Ltd.
Oahn Sugar Co ........
Olaa Sugar Co. Ltd...
Paauhau Sug. Plan. Co.
Waiakia Agr. Co
Wailuku Agr. Co.
Waimca Sugar Mill....
Haw. Electric Co
H. R.T. (SLCo. pfd..
H. R. T.. & L. Co. Coai.
Mutual Tel. Co
HiloR. R. Co. Pfd
Honolulu Brewing, iS
..Mailing Co. Ltd
Haw. Irr. Co. Ltd
Haw. Pineapple Co ....
Tanking Olok Rub. Co
Pahang Rub. Co
Haw. Tcr. 4 p c
Haw. Tcr. 4 n c (Re-
Haw. Tcr. 4 p c Pub Im
Haw. Tcr. 4W p c
CaL Beet Sug.fi
iag Co. 6s
Hon. das Co., Ltd 5s..
Haw. Com. & Sugar Co.
Hilo R.'r.'6s '(TsYue'of
Hilo R. R. Co. Ret. S
Extn. Con. 6s
Honokaa Sug Co. 6 p c
Kauai Ry Co. 6s
Kohala DitchCo. 6s....
Natomas Con: 6s
McBrrde Sugar Co., 5s
Mutual Tel. 6s ........
rpahu Sugar Co. 5 p c .
Olaa Sugar Co. 6pc...
Pacific Sugar Mill Co.
Pioneer Mill Co. 6 pc.
Walalua Agr. Co.5pc.
if I 81.
57 Pioneer, 31.25; 55Onomea, 57.25;
10 Onomea, 57.50; 50 Waialua, 115;
$12,000 Hilo Ex. 0s, 07.75; 20 Oahu Sjig.
Co., 26.50; .$10,000 Haw. Irr. Os, 101;
$500 Hon. Gas 5s, 100; 50 Haw. C. &
S. Co., 41.75,
83 Dog. Analysis Beets 9s Od; par
ity, 3.0.9; 90 Deg. Centrifugals, 4.11.
Renton Makes Hit at Republican
Meeting Colonel Parker
in Happy Styk
A fairly good-sized audience gathered
at Waikiki last night to hear tho Republican
candidates preach their doctrine.
B. J. Buchly acted us chairman
of tho meeting and saw that tho different
speakers received a good introduction
to tho voters of his precinct.
George F. Benton, candidate for tho
senate, mado a hit with his audience
and took them through the different
stages of tho Republican platform,
showing tlio electorate why it was to
the interest of Hawaii to vote for tho
entire ticket, llcuton spoko of tho opposition
being made to his election by
the Democrats "because of tho fact that
ho was connected with tho sugar industry,
lie asked if this was something
to bn looked upon with scorn, and nlso
if there wcro any presont who belioved
that Hawaii would bo better off today
without the sugar industry. Someoho
had to bo at tho head of work of this
kind, 'and because ho understood tho
sugar business was no reason why ho
should bo pointed out ns an onemy of
tho poor peoplo in Hawaii.
I'ollowing Itenton, Col. Sam Parker
took the btand, nnd in his usual stylo
asked tho Waikiki residents to give
him a try at maunging tho city's business.
Parker beliovcij, ho could do tho
work as well, if not better, than tho
present office holder, and with tho
bright futuro Hawaii has boforo her ho
felt that his friends should elect a Republican
mayor who would "work for
the interests of Hawaii along
' Among the other speakers wero J. M.
Dowsctt, David Notley, C. J". Arnold,
A. S. Kalelopu, Edwin Paris, J. M.
Boyd, Clarence Cooke, J. K,
Norman Wotkins, George Davis,
John Lane, Charley Costa, A. Q.
nnd Robert Walpn Parkor.
Tho meetings for this evening will bo
nt the pumping station iu the fifth nnd
l'alnco Square in tlio lourtn ttistrict.
SAVED BY KNOWIJIDaE.
In tho cotton picking season in Texas
a negro who had gono into the country
to work returned very much disgusted.
"Didn't yo' git no offnhs ter pick no
cottont" inked a friend.
"Sech ez doy was, White man donti
offered mo one-third o' wat Ah could
pick. Ah done tuk a look nt tie field
nn' mw tint when it wall ull picked it
wouldn't mount tor Ho Ah
done lit out for home,"
" Voiill wai in luck not ter git fooled
"Yfii'uli. Ah done wont tor icliool
u' studiod rl fen tii' I. when Ah was
young," t'livlanj) Plain Iloulur,
fl iwpniiilWii fur what vvhi ilium.
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tut Iiii il' 1 in) it iimk ib oulcr,
lm , H Dm territqrv
Thcrti nil) b au bhm! fiom t,m rm
mg sf JudK I'ouprr, It 1 nnlprt, muI
tin- iiH'i, IUbi '), '( (,'roLtbly