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t HAWAIIAN GAZETTE, ' FRIDAY, JUNE
21, 101S. SEMI-WEER, LY.
COMMERCE BODY
URGES WITHDRAWAL
OB
prevention of Economic Waste
and Maintenance of Food Pro
, -iduction Are Reasons Given
CLEAR STATEmFnT OF
. position is given
Areas Should Be Taken Out of
"Wmesteading Until End of
War Is Contention
'"Fft prevent eeohomic waste and to
I maintain fond production on the pub
U lie land in the Tei ritory of Hawaii oo
'"which leases have expired or may el
plr during the t period, the Cham
ber vf Commerce of Honolulu yester
day adopted a report of it legislative
' committee tltat such laud be with
" drama from homestead propoaitiona and
ermtlmii'd as food producing area, nn
'. der executive order of the President
i of 'the United States, or by order of
', the secretary nf the interior, or by act
.' . tti congress.
"Theelatenient of the -ha oilier of com
njprwy crystallised an the sentiment of
the director, board of retail trader
aa4 member generally, is probably the
.' slewres statemea. of opinion by that
' organisation on a subject of ueh vital
Importance to the cltixena of the Ter
' ritory. The report gave the clearest
, statement of a method by which the
' laud eonld be continued in use for thf
: product iou of food product at a time
when the government of the Unitei
Htaie need every pound of food prod
' net that can be grown, and yet aetf
forth a principle for their diirpositlnr
. after the wr is over, by providing foi
the returned soldier who are aow ni
mT ter be lighting ia the Ameri
can arm in against the common enemy
TLe report which waa prepared by
..' the legislative committee, for which
J f.ewis, Jr., waa spokesman, is a
' fpfjofca: v
Text' of Report
$ugeationn oa the use of the public
landa of the Territory ef Hawaii
with more particular reference to
' lands now or lately under iutensivi
cultivation.
' During the war period and for some
time thereafter, Ha wail ' contribution
to the production of food product foi
v-erkl- consumption will be curtailed
' through the expiration of leases ol
large area of public land of the Ter
' ritory of Hawaii and the irapraeticabil
.'' ity of continuing such land under ade
' quafe cultivation and a full producing
arei.s under the present proviaiom o
the land law.
'.As a war measure, and In order to
; prevent a materia! loan of 'toroduetion
- of food product on the public laad
; of the Territory" of Hawaii, the Cham
ber of Commerce of Honolulu suggest
' that all public land of the Territory
of Hawaii, the lease of which have
- expired daring the year last paat, 01
which may expire during the war per
led, and which landa now are, or dur
ing the year last past have been, eul-
tivnted for the production of food
1 pre- lucts, unleit otherwise disposed of
be withdrawn insofar as may be deem
ed necessary to meet war condition,
to- prevent economic waste and to main
tops', food production thereon continu
ously either by executive order of the
president of the United State or the
order of the secretary of the interior.
oV'by act of congress, from the opera
tlQR. of the present land laws of the
- Territory of Hawaii during the period
of the war and during such additional
K-tlnd thereafter as may be necessary
Ut. Harvest the plant or ratoon crop
avowing oa the lands at the expira
tfbrl of the war period and the first
ratoon crop of said plant crop and provi
ioA fee made so as to permit persons
Irons association or corporations now
producing or willing to produce food
products on such pulilic lands to begin
or to continue such production during
the -war and during said additional
period thereafter upon such terms a to
rental or otherwise us in the judge
meat of the Governor and lund com
Mieaioner of the Territory of Hawaii
may be advisable.
The chamber of commerce believes
, that bomesteading on a lurge scale
should uot be carried on during the war
period. Moreover, since desirable pub
lie land in Hawaii is limited in area,
no disposition of the public lands
Should be made which ignores the duty
(f. the. community to make adequate
provision for those returning from war
service.
After the War Period.
7b following suggest ions are per
fill i' ut to the ultimate solution of the
(and problem. Wi fuvor the principle
of homestead ing, but in the opening
of highly developed lands for entry,
it,' urged that the process be gradual
and a sound discretion exercised to
prevent economic waste and to improve
social and community conditio. From
lht experience we believ a careful
economic survey of ajl public lands
should be made before ofreerng them
to settlers. WJth an adequate, intelli
gent and proper preparation of project
suit to the condition ia each locality,
yr ater opportunities are present
ed for successful settlement.' Char
acter of soil, climatic condition, trans
mutation, suitable crops, cost of crops,
(roper size and location of hoojeetead
lot. nre some of the subject concern
ing which the fullest Information
khould be available before homestead
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE
aEMXsWXEKLT
Issued Tuesday and rrlday
, K 1 1 1 i in tke l'.tolti- of Honolulu
I II '. I eia' raa'ti r )
.UWVUtlTTION Hi TB
Pwi Year WOO
Per If ear (foreign) ... .
,t-i '. I .variably it
CHARLES ft. CAAJfM I I
SUGAR LANDS
ira are placed oil the landa. Thi data la
t'o weceasary for the proper sale and
ministration or tit land by thi ffov- .
1 -nmenf. . , , . i
Furthermore, tucceatful aolution of
he vexed laad problem will atoet like-'
y be found to He) largely la the ad
ministration of the law after aa agree-
nent naa Deen reoekM the funda-
neatal principle) of the law. Owing
o the limited area of desirable public
aad and the varied Conditions which
xist suck as topography, light and
leavy rainfall, soil, irrigated and non-
rrtgated area, together with the novel
itnation of hometteading highly de-
eiopen land, is some instance with
1ch crops on the ground, the gevern-
nent ouicials responsible for the ad
ministration of the law ahould be al-
owed a wide discretion aa to the proper
line or opening aad the area to be
ipened from time to time for entry. Ac-
erntngiy, tuat provision of the land
aws which render it mandatory and
obligatory for government official to
ipen for entry aay public laad for
vhich an application may be made,
hmikl lie repealed aad the government
ifflctals be given the permission to exer
ise the sound discretion above outlined.
Hon. San ford B. Dole, ia commenting
n the commute report prior to it
idnption, made some inquiries a to
inw It really proposed to solve the
tomestead problem, and aaldt
"Certainly, the law permitting twen
y live petitioner to compel the ad-
mmstrntion to act 1 A very aafor-
unate act of legislation, inasmuch as
t did not provide aay legislation to
arrv out thi law, but removed all
liseretion from the territorial adminis-
rntion with regard to opening np such
ends.
'I believe this ha bee a verv un
fortunate legislation."
W. i.a.
BE CALLED FIRST
ending Out of Induction Notices
Will Probably Start Tomor
row, Says Field
Arrangements have been perfected bv
he selective draft headquarter to call
o the Colors aJl the draft men from
)ahu first, and providing a cheek np
if credits is made today from the lisl
if draft men mustered la with the
Kir st Hawaiian Infantry, the induction
otices for Oahu draftees will be mail
d by tomorrow at latest.
Captain H. O. Field, selective service
iflficer. has received tentative Hat of
ho.-ie accepted and these rejected
inimg the drnft men of the First Ha
uiian I n f ira try, but will not receive a
iiinimarized total until today.
it "ill be necessary to compare these
Ignres with thf tota's of Class IA men
n this island before the percentage of
nen to be called by Local Draft Board
Vos. 1 and S can be determined.
The induction notice must be mailed
vithin a few days a only twelve day
et remain before practically all men
ailed on this island must report to the
National Guard armory readesvoua.
The induction notices will be sent out
'iy each board t the rate of at leas'
Lwo hundred a day. Each notice wil'
arry a date for reporting. It ia the
olan of Captain Field to have one thous
and men assembled at the armory oa
the morning of Julv 1. and to have at
'east One thousand men there at all
time until toward the last of the per-
od for physical examinations at the
ort Armstrong mobilization camp.
The army surgeons at the ramp pro
lose to handle at least two hundred
men each (lav on and after July 1, ano"
1 stipplv this number continuously
ivstem will be arranged whereby the
ncomin? draftees from the other isl
nds will be in such numbers that at
io time will there be in excess of one
hnusand men at the armorv.
F.ach Iran, on receiving his induction
'otice. " i'l eceive his subsistence and
''ansiorf'tion orders. On receipt of
nie he is considered nt the beck anr"
all of the I'-Hteil States military an
horitles until passed in as a soldier
f the srmv or refected as physically
lisqualified for sctive duty.
W. S. a
T,
HAS GERMAN NAME
The aul liorit ics made n mistake whfn
thev listed W, N. Zoller, ho is now ia
f'orto Hiio, as an alien enemy, record
ing to a report from Knuai. His bro
Iher. r. I.. Zoller, u seitlou runner for
the McBrv.le .Sugur Co.. on Kauai
when told of this, immediately proceed
id to straighten inntter out.
In giving his testimonv, Mr. Zoller
says that he ami liis brother were born
in tsrougnrv rerrv, Mcotlnud. winch is
riear Duudec. His futlier, although bo
inn a tlernic.n, had become a British
siiuiect before uiarryin;;. Mr. Z Her
further prmluced n birth certificate and
pnssport fnmi the Hritn'a niliiistor.
Lord Stili"' " -tiitiiiii that he is a
Britiiu siilijeit nu.l i t that 'lis bro
ther hud tin- -.;u:ic.
W. N. Zolli r is a re udeiit of tliev
Islands for the last thirtv years and
was one of tin- original Territorial
Guards on Muni when the Islands vere
declared to be a republic.
a a
COAST CONFERENCE MAY
DISCONTINUE ATHLETICS
KTANFOHI rsiVERHlTY, Tulifor
nia. .Tune 7 -Temporury cessation of in
trcolleintc tilili-tii"4. and the sbroga
tion of the f rihliiiiaii rule in athletics
will be up for discussion when the
Pacific Coast Conference meets next
Sstiinliiy in I'nrt lund. Dr. Frauk An-
gell, head of Stanford 's Athletic Board,
will act as the representative of this
imiveristy at the meeting. Although he
Hill not Vie there in person, Stanford's
roiumtiiili'Htiuiis ou these subject will
be given consideration.
OAHU DRAFTEESTO
spoia:"irs I
HAVAHANS SQOn OM
THEIR WAY TO EAST!
Lots of Chatter On Mermen and
km ' iJ. 'ili.'VIUirjMI-n, .1
mermaios
In Ma
The Hawaiian mermea and the Aus
tralian mermaid m the Pacifle
poait, from' where they fcra to begi
very shortly their separate tour ol
the country, are attracting eftaily the
oreatest anenuoa in ine aiMetic worm
. ..... .
today.
The San FraacUeo Bullefln June
5 printed a 'large fons-eolama, gretur '
showina- Duke Kahanamoku a the
central Bgure, knitting a "slip on" fof
Prssideat VTIlaoa. Fanny Daraek is
holding the yam vary chummingly,
the two being urrounded by Ulna
Wylie, Mary luraek, ehaperoua of. !th
girls' party; VI M. Ulkirad Pbllak, the '
greatest waman awtatuilng utbrity ia
Han Fiaacisco; Owen Merrick, man
ager of the male party) Clair. Tait,
the sailor1 boy musical attach of tha
Hawaiian troupe; Clarence- Ian and
Harold ("Stubby V) Krujer.
How Karri Seat puka
Aa Associated Press report receiv
ed ia Honolulu And published by tke
pres here oa ita face (honing said
that Duke bad Inlshed aeeond to Frtak
Norria, a seventeen-year-old - Alameda
high school boy ceased some surprise
among Duka'a friend ia Honolulu.
Late Coast 'papers received here, show
that N'orrl . waa givea eight aeeo'ntls
on Duke and at that beatr tb cham
pion by only about half a foot.
Here i a bunch of Coast aotes oa
the Hawaiian aad Australian, called
from mainland paper for the busy
reader:
HAN FBANCISCO, June The Ha
waiian will proceed from her to Port
land and o Ea'st. - The Chicago Ath
letie. Club ia ataging a three day open-
air carnival, under tha auspiceaOf the
Bed Cross, la which Hawaiiaa hovi
ill take part.
Engagadt Why, JTo!
Fannv Duraek iiroDerlv helnun in
the aquatie department, """but tk Aua-
trallaa swimming champion also ' anils
a place 1a thi column ia this in
taaee, aaya tha - Kxamlner boxing ex
pert ia that paper of June o. ,v.
Miss, Duraek wibc a denial of tie
report that ahe waa aiiiraged to Jin
fl.l 1 iL. 4 -I t -.k.
made such a hit in Australia. ' 8h
aya U' not o, never was , and all I
know. I
Clshhv. bv the wav-i now on hi
war't gypt, havini' left Australia
juat a wwWWArw.Sfia. Duraek' da
parturc, Jjrnmy did a lot of recruit
tog worK for He Anxaa Torre, ana
was finally rewarded by being given
oversea aerviee. ,.
SAN FBANCI8CO, June 7 Faaar
Duraek ha a new ambitioa. Faoajr
tknncrKf thaf ah mA nrnn .evervthlaff
worth iwimminff. and huar uri
record worth adding to her Itst, tmtl
she never heard of swimming the Pouttj
m Gate. " ;
Fannr would like to hav awtm rWd i
ey Head, which she term a th
Autraliaa Oate," but ther ft
.hark there, unfortunately, and ah' .
didn't eare about risking the swim.,
Hub Francisco ' Gate wim appeal 'to.
tha mermaid, however, and the plan
to make a record over the distance
sometime before returning to her homo.
In Auatralla.
Victoria. Wants Fanny
VICTORIA, British Columbia, June
10 Attempts are to be made to ar
range an appearance in Victoria ' of
hllaa Fanny Duraek, champion Aus
tralian awimmer, aow in the United
State.
William Cnmack, Ban Francisco, who
was to manage a tour to be made by
aft Duraek. today wired W. H. Da
vie of the Vancouver' Islaad Athtnilo
Association that the tour wa can
eeled as far as he was concerned. Mr.
Davie aaid he would attempt to snake
arrangements direct with thswimmor.
Duke KhaDamoku, world' cham
niott sprint swimmer; Clarence Laae
Mid Stubby Kruger appeared on the
Center Club's program in the Fanny
Duraek exhibition
11 . J J . ,
June 8. This
. " ' '
was the first tiro too
undisputed world s champion,
U
. l
and Fanny, have been ia the water
T"MvuTe ",3' "et l'
. . . 1
' "' 1 W, i. B. 1
DAVIDSON, ATHLETE
v ,
DIES FIGHTING BOCHJE
0 . .-un,. t A ''si
HAN FBANCIMCO, Jjyi T-Xordom
"VW.OU, c pcaia ana coaca or tn i,.-
ver.iiy or ajnorn. .oocer ei.vea aau
member of the acuity in the hirtory
:.r . r;.:;' :.: v-..r:: . .t:a
CTl xajKaavyiBji ' at a ic&atisa , sjavvf VfH w
werd rte4ivctl
iStffS.! g"
Pomerov of the Ol
"Pavio enlisted as a private tn toe
.. .. .
Canadian forces two year ago. and
rapidly rose to a captaincy, whieh
rank be held at th time of hi death.1
He was oue of the passengers on the
ill-fated " Entires of Ireland" which
tank in the Pt. Lawrence Kiver , and
only hi athletic training saved him
from drowning at that time. , '
v w. a, a.
t OBAMBBBjyUN'B PAip BAXJt.
' A iouih'of 'rneurnktiinVOor a twin
of neuralgia, whatever, the oxeMbktris,
Chamberlain's I'ain Balm drive aw Ay
the pain, at mice and cures the' own-
plaint quickly. Fir.t appiicatioo give
relief. Wheti a bottle of U is kept la
tne house tn juib or nurua and scitld
jdttf, jj i, yoiiitlv relieved, cut and
bruise4 ijnie&lv healed sod rwe'l Ug
prouiptlv reduced. lu fact, for tk
household ilhS it is just such an embro
cation as luerv fuunly should be tro
viilttd with. For sale by all dealer.
Benson 8mitk 0. (V. Ltd., agents far
HawailAAiivt.
i
GRf FFITI IS SOLONS
SHUT OUT
Athletic! Hqld Red Sox Scoreless;
Indians anrj. Tigers Beat
White Sox and Browns
STANDIRO
"W. L. Pet
JI4 2-1 .506
SI 22 65
32 27 .542
J5 21 .510
28 30 .483
25 2P .4S
20 29 .408
JO 3 1 ..H
P.
57
S3
80
49
Boston . ".
Xew . York i.
rrre1iind'VU'(j.j:
Chioigo
W..kln4Mi
""-if":7 r
88
roit '. "8 v', i 'Ji , 49
phtudelpUAX v;W 61
' . ; z--'-
XMvaioaj tteawia
At Caleago Cleveland A, Chicncn V
At Sw Tork-Naw Tork fl, Wash
ington tf. ' ?.. .
At Bostaa-tPhitadetphia A, Ronton 0.
Tirr of the four American Lesffiie
game ployed! yesterday resulted in
nhutoiit beng ' registered. In these
ens.'. VVRshingtoa had Boston were the
fall gVy. -All fear were big-score
games,, (wo off them being rather close
affair. t - , . ' .
At Chicago l.ee Fohl'a Imlisns took a
fall out of Clarence: Kowln ml 's White
Ko, . barely" nosing out the win in a
C-6 game. Ia Bt. Louis the Fielder
Jones Brow a were defeated in another
close, game by the Hugh ie .tenning
Tigersv Tbla, waa th third straight
victory for Detroit over Ht. Louis. Yes
terday 'a score Detroit 7, Ht. Louis 5.
Haying at homo la New York, Mil
ler Huggins' Yankee. pave the Clark
Orilfith . kolons ?aa awful drubbing,
VCashlngtoa -being shutout. 7 0. Phil
adelphia got away with Boston by a
5-0 auoiethla beiag the first time this
yenr , thnt the Connie Mack men were
able to ehttt out the Ed O. Barrow Red
Nw,york' victory and Boston ' de
feat yosterday ha made it rather in
teresting, for tha Yankees are now only
one full game behind the Red Sox, the
latter 'remaining at ' the top of the
leagu atttUu.-
.v.ynw, .o-r .y.a.a.-
" ),'
- ''
Brooklyn Nationals Beat Nev
fQtk M& GiantS Drop From
,-,..! I OP Ol USt
' -
bTATIOKAL UBAOTJE STANDING
".. ,J . P.: W. I Pc
Pet
tniwago
.V
50 S4
10
680
. 1 .
Si 34
S3 .87
4J,23
61 23
5Vi 21
49 19
17
5
28
30
29
30
Botn
.501
.479
.451
.41?
.408
.388
Philadelphia
Cincinnati. .
Brooklyn .. .
PitUburgh .
W)u
. 1 1 " p
Ttray a Bamlt
' At Brooklyn Brooklyn S, Nov
York
-H.i 0 Jl If ' J .
AildelPIr-,Bo,ttP S' rblla-el-
' ;. , v it
rmPurgn-aicago i, rntaourgn
0. : . (
Ciaciaaatl at-f; Loui,. no
aehednled.- . .' ' '
game
The see saw game between Chicago
and New York, ia oa ia the National
League again, for th Giant lost and
the Cub won yesterday, forcing thi
MejGmw crew down into second am'
boottiag . the Fred 1 Mitchell club up
into .first place in th league.
. All three game of the day werr
close affaire, a shutout being recorded
in one of them. As once upon, a tinif
it happened, already ia thi season
the Giants were fated to go down to
defeat at a critical time and that a'
the haad of the VYilbut Robinson Dod
ger -again, for yesterday, playing at
home, Brooklyn won from New York
2 1. "
Bravee' Oreat Baca
. There seems ao stemming the tide of
victory which recently turned the way
of the Boston Nationals. The George
, Stalling team opened ita new aeries
I71MIWKR l-l
vesterdsv hv 'wlnnino- a close eame
. - . r,,,., 0
i ivw a I . wi oau sy a. uuiivn
.1 i. at 4L. J.. fv..k4
vtipncai uaiue u iod umj iuuu
I. m-t....t. hm mrtmifinn VvAfv
Mllehril cr.Vsbnt out the bom. Hugo
Besdek bunch, 10. ' Cincinnati and St
f ..ij V..1 - ..I..4.,1..1 fnr v..
rerday and none was played. The
npna, today at 8t. Louia.
Ia addition to th switch in stations
which placed Chicago one more head
ot Norki BrookiTn, M 00g i Hn
nMf tfc move)1 yterday to
,ut0B No. . Tbe podger, Men.s to
f, , helf dof ute bllve
number or games.
BATTLING ORTEGA OUT OF
w. s. a
RING WITH BROKEN THUMB
HAN FBANC180O, June 5 Battling
Vtej' U 0"t f th' harness for at
least a month, In consequence of his
neec!i'' erTi with Hnud Mur)ihv
at the Bed Cross benefit show the
other night. The Oakland boier, it
ajipesrs,' h ' broken a bone in bis
tturnb Tr h: been aeceseary to put
tie' Vosi is a rast and the plaster
lf(iM)llt b removed - for. two .week.
(ifr iKut it will b1 easily another
forttiiiht- betire he .ehu1 get action.
a
CADOOCK AND LRWIS
., , wmjCCTI
WILL WRESTLE AGAIN
tta) MOINEH. Iowa, June er
vant.riart. Caddock, champion heavy
weight wrestler of th world, and d
"Strabijler" Lewi of Lexington, Ken
tuekr, war matched here today for a
bout In thi elty oa June 21. Caddock
i la th aatloaal army at Camp Podge.
SEE SAWING STUNT
GETS CUBS IN LEAD
My
Langler & Michaels Co
Wholesale Druffffists,
San Francisco, CaL
Bart "B. B. O. la breaking all rec
ord. Tb demand, for It Is tr
moadotui nd keep growing all tb
tlm. From tb fartbermoat points
oath and north avn aa far aa
Alaska Ita famo baa penetrated and
order tor it come in erer-lncreaalng
quAatitl." .
Brunsirtg Drag Co
Wholesale DruaT UouBe,
Los Angeles, CaL
Report: "Bale ot B. B. C. prepara
tions are natonianlng nd come In
by every maJL It la hard to kp
aupplled with it."
Blunutner Frank Co
Jobbers,
Portland, Oregon
Bay: "Wt ar surprised at the aale
of B. B. C. Never in the hlatory of
our house have snch ordjrt come
In."
Coffin, Redlngton & Co
Wholesalers,
San Francisco, CaL
Are pleased to report: "Sale ot
B. B. C big and increasing ail the
time."
, Chambers Drag Co Ltd
Honolulu, Hawaii
Report: "B. B. C. an ever-lncreaa-ing
aeller and have eupplied an as
tonlahlng amount of It In Honolulu!"
BEN BRUNS says: "The above comments are no surprise to
me as the demand and sale in Honolulu and the Islands keep up
the record made everywhere on the mainland."
B. B, C. is a medicine, sensation and sweeps all before it
wherever introduced. B. B. B. is a bottled liquid, as tablet form
remedies lose their strength and are often soiled in handling.
RFNPil flllMIJfM
WUI1UJ U UUUU III 111 IV
Angels Repeat On Oaks and Bees
Break Even with San
Francisco Seals
PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE
F. W. L. Fct
Salt lke 70 40 30 .571
Los Angeles .
Hacrameuto .
42 63 .5H0
71 37 34 .521
77 40 37 .519
77 33 43 -.434
75 30 45 .400
Vernon . . . .
Man Francisco
Oakland . .
Testerday's Be suits
At Sacramento- -Vernoi 3, Hacra
meuto 0.
At Los Aneeles Los Angeles 3, Oak
land 2.
At Han Francisco-Halt Ijke S, Haa
Frhnciaco 4.
Two I'ucific Coast Leamie ' clubs re
peated yesterday the story of the day
n-fore hv taking their second iMUie,
straight, wliilc in the third case ' he
tables were turned, tl.c winners of the.
Tui-mlay gam.1 being the losers yester
day. Two of the three games were
very cmse affairs, one shutout being
registered, while tke third saw a big
.vuro piled up.
At Hucramento the Bill Kssick Ben
"obise won aysin, shutting out the Bill
Uodgers Holons by a 3-0 score. The
WWde Killifer Horaphs, playing ut
home, were also repeaters, winning a
second time from tho Del Howard,
Acorns; score -Los Angeles 8, puk
land 2.
It was in Han Francisco wherj tho
tables were turned, for the MeCrodio
Bee trounced the Oraham Seal, 4.
in a rather ragged game, making the
series between the two cluba one nil.
Yesterday Vernon crept up to within
.002 of HaVranieiito, the latter 'ernniii
ing, however, in third place by this
rather slim margin.
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WILLIAMS GIVES OUT
FOOTBALL SCHEDULE
WILLIAM HTOWX, MassnchUHetts.
May lis Williams College football
schedule announced Monday shows si; i
games urrangeil with lust year's op-(
poneuts and two open dates resulting
from caui-ellat ions by Keusselaer Poly
technic Institute of Trp iinl, Middle
burv. I . ,x 7vj f I
Nce.otiatiotiili'are ti.leViiy-,o oll
tain l'rineeton and Brown to fill thee !
ilates. If uusiiccpsful, the Williams '
College maiiaemerit will seek agume '
with Uurtmouth, Trinity or Amherst, i
The schedule: !
Hepteinber 28 Oi.eu. '
October 5 1 1 am i It mi at Clinton. N. .
Y.; 12 (Cornell ut Ithaca; 10 Union ;
at Williumstowu; ''tl- ('uliiuiblo ut
New York. i
November 2 Wesleynn at William !
towu; 1) opeu; 111 Amherst at Anv I
herst. I
SOLONS A SHUTOUT:
AUG
Emm
Kirk-Geary & Co
Wholesale Druggists,
Sacramento, CaL ,
Bay : "The aales of B. ' B. C nre the
blggeat of any preparation ever In-'
troduoed la the Wet and there
teema no end to the demand for It."
Benson, Smith & Co Ltd
Honolulu, Hawaii
Say: "Our B. B. C. aalea both In
Honolulu and the outalde lalnnds
have aatoniahed ua and are Increa-'
Ing every day."
Honolulu Drug Co Ltd
Honolulu, Hawaii
8ay: "W U and bar ben H
brg B. B. C. In Urge ouantltl.
There muat be om remarkable
merit to B. B. O. to Justify the ever
lnoreaalng demand for It."
Holllster Drag Co Ltd
Honolulu, Hawaii
Bay: "All we caB aay for B. B. O.
la that the sales of it both here and
In the other Islands have exoeeded
our expeotatlons. The demand for
It shows no signs of diminishing."
Western Wholesale Drag
House,
Los Angeles, CaL
Say: "B. B. C. la oertainly a won
derful seller and repeater Judging
from the large orders and reorders
we get for it"
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Frances Clark Wins
Gold Medai In
Life-Saving Exams
Mrs. L Fullard Leo's Second
Class of Twenty-six To Be
Examined Saturday
Mrs. I.. Fullard Leo announced yes-
terday thnt the following young women
hnd successfully pussed the examin ,
ations held here by her under the
auspices of the Royal Life Having
Hociety of London: i
Misses Pauline Klugel, Oerd Hjorth, 1
Maile Vil li". Klsie Hjorth, Clara Kuy
moiid, Madeline C'lmpin, l.ouiso Wat- !
kins. Klizabeth Babbitt, Aileen Bow
lea. Frnnces I'lark. Irnia Carletoti. and
Helen Wililer. With the exception of
the latter, nil the young women are at
tending Ouhu C)olli'(;e.
Miss Frances Clark who made eighty
four and a hulf out of a Hissible 'mn
dreit points, won the gold medal offered
bv a I ' il 1 1 ii li u stvi. lent. Miss Helen
Wilder, who ns formerly in a Loudon
hospital, where she saw the work of
the society in uctual practise, joined
the clnss in order to qualify, as she
expects to return to Kurope shortly.
Mrs. Leo has another elasa, of
twenty six members, under instruction
at present. The examination of this
cIiiks be held at the l'olo Field.
Kiipioluni I'nrk. between three and
four o'clock on the coming Saturday.
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UNCLE SAM'S FARMS '
FOR BREEDING HORSES
The Ctiited State government lb
two big breeding farms for hone id
the far West. One of 00,0t)0 acre 1 at
Fort Keogb, Montana, and the other ef
40.000 acre is at Fort Boo. Oklahoma.
CANADIAN -PACIFIC
RAILWAY
ATLANTIC) LINE OF STEAMERS
front iloutreal to Liverpool,
f London and Glasgow via the
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
, and St. Lawrance Bout
THC dCKNlC TO U HIST ROUTE OF
THE WO ELD
. and
THE ALASKA-BRITISH COLUMBIA
COAST SEEVIOE
By the popular "Princes"
HteHiners from Vancouver.
Victoria or Heattle.
For fyll information apply to
Theo. H. Davies & Co. Ltd
KAAHI'MANU HTBKKT
Uvu'l Agents, C'ausdian Tacltlo By Co.
EMI!
lftk
I
A
I
.
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B. S. C I a marvelous reconstruc
tive tonle. It Infuses the sysum
with th iron force of health and
vitality ot youth, building up the
body atronger than alckneaa add
disease, and that Is ail there la to
It. If the body is strong and nor
mal and the organa of It well regu
lated and performing their func
tions, there is no sickness. . B. B. C.
does that very thing builds up
your body and makes it stronger
than the ailments that a sail it and
tbey are beaten and utterly routed,
and health la the result. That's
why rheumatism, blood impurities,
sick headaches, nervous depres
sions, sleepless nights, aenenuo and
run-down condition, biliousness, tor
pid llvsr, constipation, kidney and
bladder ailments give way to an
extended coarse of B. B. C. even in
cases ot long standing, as is proved
by the many prominent local people
who have testified to that effect
B. B. Cm is sold by all druggists,
plantation stores and dealers. No
raise ia price as yet 8U1I $1.00 per'
bottle. - This week 6 for 15.00. We
pay packing and shipping charges
on all $6.00 orders. Free litera
ture and explanations at the
B. B. C. AGENCY,
161 KING STREET,
NEXT TO FISHMARKET.
limited;
BUOAR IACTOK8, BHIKrlNQ AMD
COMMISSION MiaOHANTS
IN 3U RANCH AGENT"
R i Plantation Gompacy
Wallnku Agricultural Co., Ltd.
Apokaa, Sugar Co., Ltd.
Kohala Sugar Company
Wablawk Water Company, Lto
Fu!toa Iron Worka, pt Bi. LMTf
Barxock Wilcox Company
Green's Fuel Ecouomiser Com ian
('has. C. MiMiro A Co.. Engineers
MATSON NAVIOATIOW COMPAWT
TOTO XI8EN KAI8HA
BE WISE
Don't .spend all yu earn, the
road to riches lies in spending
less than yuu earn, and irui
dcntal'y you do your Country
a service. Start a saving ai"
count with us and Miiakr vmir
money earn ,
A Qf INTEREST
10 ON DEPOSITS
BANK OF HAWAII, LTD
Corner Fort and Merchant St.
CASTLE & COOKE Co., Ltd
HONOLULU, T. II.
Commission Merchants
Sugar Factors
Kwa Plantation Co.
Waialuu Agricultural Co., Ltd.
Apokau Sugar Co., Ltd.
Kiiltou Iron Work of Bt. Loul
Blake Hteum Pump
Western Centrifugal
Hubeock & Wilcox Boiler
Oreen ' Fuel Economiaer
Marsh Steam Pumps
Mat son Navigation Co.
Planters' Liu Shipping Co.
Kohala Hugar Co.
BUSINESS CARDS.
HONOLULU IKON WOBKS CO. Ma
chinery of every description mud a to
order.
Castle ftuooke,
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