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.yy ,Y.:Y' r;; ."v-; ;-;Y:'v-;-':.-; ':vte r Y'' ' ', YYy Y.Y - y ; .,''"'-v-'V: "' ;i "ft Xovv-tho soviii awl the vreping, Working: hard ami waiting long; Afterward -tbo pjlJen reaping, . . Harvest Lome an J grateful fong. I'OnT.S, CLASSIFIED AND SIIIiTlNa y A 'EWS SECTION TWELVE HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, THURSDAY, SKITKMBKU 17, 1C.U4. PWCE FIVE CENT OBJECTED TO BRITISH MVOY AworfatNl IVfn by. Kefir ml XVtrcJTl WASHINGTON', D. C Sept. il7- : in oflkjal quarters yesterday It was revealed that . Sir . Lionel Carden. the onner British envoy to. Mexico, had been forced to leave the Mexican 'caiK Hal by Provisional President Ca'rran . . ia. v y ., ,. y .., . . ., It was stated that only American diplomat 'prevented tho Mexican offi tlals from 'handing Ambassador Car een his passport' . . .The farts became known following tfie publication In New York fester, day of .an-alleged interview with Ambassador Carden, in whictT h de plore the withdrawal of - American troops from Mexico and criticize'. the Carranza regime. . - . s ; British Ambassador SprinK-Rlce said here that Sir Lionel Carden was not ,. authorized to talk on tho situation in Mexico,, and-thaL he doubted-the ve racity of tbe interview. . 'YY HOW TO SAVE YOUR EYES f Try This Free Prescription To your eyes s:vt you trouble? Do you already wear eyeglasses or spec tacles? Thousands of people wear these "windows' yha might easily dis pense with tbera. You inay be one of ; these, and it is your duty to nave your eyes before it is too late. The eyes are neglected mojre than any other orpan of the entire body. After you finish your day's work you sit down fand rest your muscles, but how about your eyes? Do you rest them? You know you, do net. You read, or. do something else that keeps your eyes busy; you vorfc your, eyes until you po to bed. That is why so many have strained eyes and finally, other eye troubles that threaten partial or total blindness. Eyeglasses - are merely crutches; they never, cure. This free prescription, which has benefited the eyes of so many, may work equal wonders for you. Use it a short time. Would you like your eye troubles, to di. appear as if 'by magic? Try this prescription. .Go to the nearest wide awake drug store and get a bottle of Optona tablets; fill a two-ounce bottle Tith warm water, drop In on tab Irt htA allow Jt to thorougrOy dissolve. With this liquid. bathe the eyes two. to four tidies dally. Just .note , how quickly your eyes clear up and how seen the Inflammation will disappear. Don't bo. afraid' to use it; it Is abso lutely harmless. Many., who are now .Hind might have saved their eyes had they started to care fof them in time. This Is a simple treatment, but mar Mlously effective: in multitudes, of case?. Now that you have been warn ed den't delay a day, but do what you can to tave your eyes and-you are likely to thank us as long as-you live for publishing this prescription. ad vertisement. - :.,;.:: The Vicar For shame, my lad! What have those poor little fish done to te imprisoned upon the day of rest?. . ' ' ' ' Tom my-rTha-thafs ; what they -got . for ehasinsr worms on a Sunday, sir. ' Jchn Dull, 1 v . j ' r Kcv. AUred W..Twecn of New c rk, had a narrow escape from death iu a a r;n attempt to save Miss Ethel r ).;;rd from drowning at Dresden : ..:s. Me. ACROSS THE ACmiCAN CONTINENT VIA THE rCZfilCUNE OFTHE WORLD THROUGH THE C :AND CANYON OF THE r ::.THErt niVER and the r.OYAL GORGE. 4. - I III I ' nrf W VL.- v r i -i " f. L. WALDRON, LtdL, Asents. F R El G H T and TICK E T 8 Alto Reservations any point on the mainland. Bee WELLS-FAR- CO & CO, 72 S. King St Tell515 LADIIDRY: ; f Ilessenger Boy 1 y Phone 3461 9 . SOAP - . THE BEST EVER. ' ASK YOUR GROCER. ; Cinar Y ELECTION DAY QUIET AFFAIR U'.y latest Mail) UiirE.The election,' on Kauai went off quietly at all of the voting bfioths. There were amnle accommo dations everywhere tor the voters, and as the ballots were short and simple little time w as taken in the boxes, me polls nil closed at 5 o'clock, and be fore 7:30 tbe results 1n all the precincts except Wahiawa and Niihau were known. About & o'cock the Wahiawa returns arrived. The Returns Displayed. , It had been the intention to display the returns In the, front of The Garden Island office, but on account of ..the windy night they were put a p on neat card board inside the composing room. Quite a large crowd gathered and re mained until the last despatches came in from. Honolulu and the other isl ands, which was a little after midnight. Owing to an unexpectedly and exas peratingly slow service at the Hono lulu end, the telegrams during the night' were very, incomplete and t)f a sorry quality. However, shortly after midnight the. special wireless from Chas. A. Rice, elsewhere published, ac knowledging his defeat came in. this being the first and only complete state ment concerning the delegatesmp sit uation received during the night. : i . , The results of the primary election mean to Kauai simply that Rice and Palmer, Woods will not be. in the run ning for Congress on November 3. Tne names of Kuhio, McCandlesa, Car-tor- ami KnhfliilpHn will annear on the 'ticket to be voted for de!egate to Con gress, unless, indeed, one or more of Ihem should withdraw, which' is not improbable. The ticket for theTsenate will remain the. same Knudsen vs. Mlkaele and the house ticket will also remain the same (Ctmey vs. Kula, Fassoth. Lota and Chandler) on ac count of the provision in the Organic Act which i indirectly: requires that members of the legislature shall be elected In November. . Rice, being holdover senator, will finish his term of two more years in the fupper house of the legislature. . HARVARD STUDENTS MAY Y VISIT HAWAII TO MAKE y REPORT ON SILK MILL A group, of students from the Har vard School . of Industrial Arts ma$ visit Honolulu, in the near future to investigate and, report on the feasibil ity of the establishment of. a silk mill in. this city, , if the present plans, of the Chamber o Commerce material ize. At af meeting- of th)e chamber members yesterday afternoon a letter submitted by James. D. Dole was to the effect that, .l( the chamber desired It, thie Harvard school would send the student investigators to Hawaii. The chamber committee on, trade, com merce and Industrial development will take up , the matter , locally. , A. communication from F. M. Swan zy requesting an investigation of the 'deplorable waste, of money in road construction on windward Oahu,",waa referred, to the committee on county and municipal affairs. In the discus sion which, followed D. L.Writhington commented .uj)on the workings of, the machinery of the chamber and wanted fc know whether thu various commit tees t really accomplished anything. The matter of anangipg some appro priate entertainment for the officers of the Missourian was left to the cora OAHU RAILWAY TIME TABLE y , ; ' OUTWARD. : For Waianae. Walalna, Kahokn, and way stations 9: 15 a. m., 3:20 p. m. For Pearl City, Ewa Mill and ; way stations 17: 30 a, 'myy '9:15 -s a,-, mi 11:30 a, 2:15 p. m., 3:20 p.; mv 5:15 p. m., J9:30 p. m., fllilS p. m, For Wahiawa and Leilehua 10:20 a. m., f2:40 p. 5:00 p. m, 11:00 p.m. ; .f ;., ' '. INWARD. . ' Arrive Honolulu from Kanuku. Wal alua and Wa!aaae-r8:36 a. 5:31 p. m. : ;'.- ''.- -y--.y Arrive Honolulu from Ewa MM and Pearl Cityt7:45 a. m, 8:36 a. rtu 11:02 a. nx, 1:40 p. m, 4:2B p. m 5:31 p. 7:30 p, m. " Arrive Honolulu from Wahiawa and Leilehua-9:15 a..xiL. tl:55 p. hl, 4:01 p. m., 7:10 p. m. : The Halelwa Limited, a two-hour train (only firstclass tickets honored) leaves Honolulu every Sunday at 8:36 a. for Halelwa hotel; returning ar rlvea In Honolulu at 10:10 p. m. -The Limited stops only at Pearl City and Waianae. ':.. ; Dally. fExcept Sunday. tSunday only, a P. DENISON," F. C SMITH, Superintendent. Y - ? G P. A. T. MURAKAMI SH0TEN Importer and Dealer la y JAPANESE DRY and FANCY GOODS PROVISIONS, GROCERIES, Etc 12-34 Hotel Street, near Nuunau. J Y. TAKAKUWA & C0 ' Limited. COMMISSION MERCHANT! Japanese- Provlslbna and-Y- - General Merchandise - Kuuana St near Kins St The Cellar Hole and the Sewer Hole HERBERT KAUFMAN Author of "Do Something! Be Something!" A COAL cart stopped before f and the driver dismountedremoved the cover from a man hole, ran out his chute, and proceeded to empty the load. An rld negro strolled over and stood watching him. Suddenly the blacK man glanced down and immediately burst into a fit of uncontrollable laughter, which continued for several minutes. The cart driver looked at him in amusement. "Say, Uncle," he asked, "do nv always laugh when you see coal going into a cellar?" The negyt fputtered around for a few moments and then, holding his han;, io his aching sides, managed to sa)', "No, sah, but I jest busts when Y. tees it goin down a sewer.' I The advertiser who displays lack of judgment in selecting 'the newspapers which carry'Tiis copy rellar. ; : All the money that is put into I j ny means. The fact that all likeness, doesn't necessarily signify a similarity in character, an It's, character in. a newspaper that brings returns. The editor wh ) conducts a journalistic sewer finds the publisher who respects himself enough. to respect his readers., j What goes into a newspaper largely determines the . class ($bjf homes into which; the newspaper goes. An irresponsible, scandal mongering, niuck-raking sheet is certainlv Jfiot supported by tha buying classes of people. It may be peruse, l thousands of reader , but such readers are seldom purchasers of advertised goods." It's the clean-cut,. steady, normal-minded citizens who form the bone and sinew and muscle of the community. It's the sane, scl respecting, dependable newspaper that enters, their homes and it's the home sale that indicates the strength of an advertising medium. No clean-minded father of a family wishes" to have his wife an S (children brought in contact with life.. He defends , them from leasant advertiser.. He subscribes not fear to leave about the bouse. Y Y Therefore, the respectable newspaper can always be countekl tipon to produce more sales than one which may even own a larg t circulation but whose distribution is among, unprofitable citizens. ; You can no more expect to sell goolls to people, who haven 't money than you tan hope to pluck oysters from rose-bushes. Y y It isn't the number of readers' reached, but the number of readeis whose purses can be reached, that constitutes the value of circulation. l"t's one thing to arouse their attention, but, it's a far different. think; to cret their money. The mind may be willing, but the pocketbook may be weak. -Y.-y::' YY.::Y.Y : YY 'Y'-. l. y If you had the choice ot a thousand acres ot desert land or a hundred acres of oasis, you'd select the fertile spot, realizing: that the larger tract-had less value because it would be less productive. The advertiser, who really understands how he is spending hjs jnoney: takes care that he is not pouring his money into deserts and sewers.-"' DELAWARE DEMOCRATS FAVOR WILSON FOR 1916 j '- By Iatei-t Mall DOVER, Del. The Democratic state convention 0f Delaware declar-' ed Itself In favor, of the renomination of President Wilson in 1916. The plat form adopted contains the following plank : y y ;'' -;y." ;,Y ; '' y "The Democrats of : Delaware recall with pride and satisfaction that ;their representatives at the Baltimore con vention were the first to-vcte the nora-l ination of President Wilson and that they steadfastly supported him on ev ery ballot. Their confidence in him ha3 only increased If that be possible, since he became. President, and we be lieve that we have the right to de-, Clare again for Woodrow Wilson as j our cnoice ror inc uemocrauc nomtna tion in 1916." ; ' Y. y mittee . on ' entertainment. A nartial report on the feasibility of setting thr; clock one hour ahead was presented ' by C. G. Bockus. who said that a com. plete report, would ; be ready for pre sentation at the next meeting. HOME RULE BILL SHELVED FOR YEAR . rwcial StarP,unet!n Correspondence LONDON, . Eng., - Sept 17. The house of lords, yesterday passed the-, bills to suspend for the present the ' cperations oft the .home rule act. and the Welsh -; disestablishment act, the acticn being aken to remove all pos sible causes of friction between the various countries of Great Britain pending the duration of the war V When You Shop by Maif. ; , Do you know how to shop by mail So as td cet the best nosslble service? Ustea to wh)it a woman who Is In a 4 large mail-order house told me: "Oh, If women wh shop by maU could only j have a clear-idea of . what they want and then try to. let us. know what it Is! Now, here is a letter I have just received: 'Send me at once, for I want to wear them on Friday, a pair of prty slippers.V How do I know wheth er she wears an A or a C, or a 2 or a 5.. ..And pray ' what color does she want?. ; Yet she expects to wear them In two days, and ' there will be loud lamentations, against this house, be cause she cannot possibla, get them." Since: the purchase of a suit is' a serious matter to those of moderate means it must be carefully selected- in fact, the wise woman pays more at tention, to her everyday suit than to her party frock, for it has;much the hardest wear. The first thing is to study the. catalogs which the store and manufacturers send out, and which are prepared '.at.'- an enormous cost by artists especially trained for the work. Many firms fend samples along with tbe plates of styles; if this is done. , one Van only depend on the reliability of the firm and the price for Judging the quality of the fabrics. You already know about what to expect for a given pnc, therefore, f top to consider well lefore falling below it. Occasionally there are real bargains, but one; must be on the spot .to judge them; you want a garment to last and should then be ready and willing i to an office building in Washington often confuses the sewer and the newspapers isn't taken out agaid papers possess, a certain physical a different class of readers than the most maudlin and banal phases the sensational editor and the' tin- to a newspaper which he does f ENORMOUS CAISSON NOW , EN ROTE TO CANAL Special Star-Bulltin Corre.pondenc 1 SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 17. Td w- Ing a 2450 ton caisson, tbe darg st ever l)uilt in the United States, tug Hercules left yesterday for Panama canal. Yy Y;Y ' the Ihe t I PASSEXGEBS DEPARTED -r : : : Per str. W. G. Hall for Kauai ports Sent 17. L. Faun San. Mrs. Hans Isenberg, A. J. Desky. PASSEXGERS BOOKED I Per Str. Ma una Kea for Hllo ahd way ports, Sept. 19. J.- B. Blackshekr. Per str. Claudine for Maui ports, Sept. 21. Mr. and Mrs. S. Richardson, .Master Richardson, Mr. and Mrs. . Lycelt, Robert Lucas. Per M. N. S. S. Matsonia for San Francisco. Sept. 22: Dr. E. C. Dhy, C-'K. McKenzie. Harold Dwight, AVm Warham. Kenneth Abies. Wm. A. Itt- man. Mrs. Wm, Rosieo and child, Kv, E. vBuchard: Dr. n. Scuddar. H. G. Creels E. . R; : Tracy, Miss H- M. Mjur- dock, W. F. Knight, and wife, ftrs. 3. H. Foss and r two children, . J. H. Foss, S. A. Crook, F. A. Beckert, Mr. and Mrs. F. Gay. Allan Herbert, Mrs. R. J. Buehly, Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Henlng, Philips Newbury, Miss M. Deas, Mrs. W. B. Dens, T. J. King and wife, Mrs. E. Ivi." Stafford, Mr. and Mrs. II. A. While and Infant, Mrs. A. Kinest. Mr. and -Mrs. V.'. E. Bell, Mrs. J. J. Able. Mi S3 Glenn Jones, R. J. Collins, Mrs. R. '.J. Collins, Miss N( w man. Mrs, C. P.7 Vv'iliiams. Dr. Hamil ton Weir, and wife. Miss Ida Buchard, Miss Pearl Lamb. Miss S. E. Hans n, A, J. Leister and wife, Mrs. G. A. Grove, Miss K. Baldwin. Capt. Wm. D. Denison and wife, Mrs. R. Hoppe. Mrs. M.' McCanley, Mr. and Mrs. H. It. Allen, A. G. Beers,. Geo.' Richardsen. Benj. Fahon. J. VS.. Howell. Mr. ' ahd Mrs. M. Paxtoh' Mrs. Bush, Mr. Ath, Mrs. E. L. Ed wa Ms.: B. D. Bald w i n, Mr. and Mrs. W, Baxter. A. R. Kcim Holt, H. M. Gbodale. Miss Mary Be wail, Miss F..B. Adams, Mrs. K. T ai mer. A. G. Plughoff..Mrs. D. W. I an and infant, Mrs.. W. L.. Goodwin, Ilr. and Mrs. Henshaw, Mr, and Mrs. Cohen. Mrs. C. P. Williams. Mrs. D. A. M. Owen, Miss M. H. Robertson. Mb. M. A. Foster, Mr3. It. P. Bush, Mrs. r. i. iiusn ana. cnua, Mrs. Katnerihe Pope, Miss Ruth Anderson, Mrs. R W. Ande rson, M rs. J. B. Sweeny, ; MVs E. Clegg. C. H. Rams den. wife ahd child. Mrs. jOss; and child, G.; A. Mar shall. :.' .';. : . . 7 '. - :,: . PASSEXGEIIS EXPECTED Per str. Lnrline Mrs, Hagadotn Jliss E. Hauliken, Mrs.. Wade Miss. Buck, Chas. R. Hemenway, Q. J, Jor. M. es, .1 It. Burns, Mrs. W. Ferguson. J MK P. F. Dubois and child. Fred Boyd, M Chas. R. Hemenway, Mrs, C. I L Brown. pay for it what is. a fair price! Mary 1 1 imilton Talbot t, in Woman's W'cvU for September. . , . '.:. -;. , o ' ' ' --' However, it isn't r.r.h::! ' on Friday. JOHN YOlli OF iPAlLi DIES ATHIS HOME Joliu YounK, a resident of Honolulu for about ten year past, died at 11:3d o'clock fast night at his home on K4 pahuiu road al'tfr an illness for several months past. Pneumonia Is Riven as the i-aue of death by his friends. He had hvra III intermittently for six months. ' ' . , He was a native of Scotland and an iron-moulder ly occupation and a niembyr of tht? Iron-Moulders'. Union.; He came to Honolulu from tha States and worked at his trade here. He was unmarried. Friends were with him during his last il?ness. The burial will' take place on Satur day afternoon at 3 o'clock from Wil liams'. .undertaking establishment. "ONE SPOONFUL ENOUGH'' SAYS DRUGGIST The Hollister Drug Co. states that the simple .mixture of butkthorn bark, Klycerine, etc.. known as Adler-i-ka, i3 causinj: Rreat surprise because just j ONE SPOONFUL relieves constipa It ion, sour or gassy.' stomach almost IMMEDIATKLY. It is so thorough a i bowel cleanser that it is . used suc- cessfully in appendicitis, -'Adler-i-ka ' acts on: BOTH lower and upper bowel and the INSTANT effect Is astonish ing. It never gripes and Is perfect ly safe to use. advertisement." ; MOVEMENTS OF ; MAIL STEAMERS r YESSELS TO ARRITE I Saturday, Sept. 19. Hilo via way ports Mauna Kea, str. ' -Y.-;- Seattle Enterprise, X. X. S. S. ' Sunday, Sept. 20. ' ' '; Maul. Molokal and Lanai porti Mikahala, str'Y- :: '. i:- Kauai portST-W. G. Hall, atr. Kauai ports Kinau, str. . JIaui orts Claudine, str. : ; Y Monday, Sept. 21. San Francisco Sierra, O. S. S. Hilo Matsonia, M. N. S. S. Tuesday, Sept. 22. Hilo via way ports Mauna Kea. str. San Francisco Lurline, M. N. S. S. Wednesday, Sept.. 23. ; Kauai ports W. G. Hall. str. Thursday, Sept. 24, Maui ports Claudine, str. . Friday, Sept, 25. ' Saa Francisco China, P. M. S. S. Saturday, Sept. 26. Hild via way ports Mauna Kea, str. Sunday, Sept. 27. Maul, Molokal and Lanai ports Mikahala, str. Maul ports Claudine, str. Kauai ports W. G. Hall, str. Kauai ports Kinau. str. Tuesday Sept. 29. Ililo via way ports Mauna Kea, str. San Francisco Wilhelmlna, M. N. s. s. . . ; -; .:' ' Hongkong, via Japan ports Nippon Maru, Japanese str. Wednesday, Sept. 30. . -Kauai ports W. G. Hall,' str. TESSELS TO DEPART V Thursday, Sept. 17. . I longkong via Japan ports Chiyo Maru. Japanese str. Hllo Matsonia. M. N. S. S. 'Kauai ports W.1 G. Hall, str., 5 p.m. Friday, Sept. 18. Maul ports Claudine, str., 5 p. m. ; v , Saturday, Sept. 19. Ililo via way ports Mauna Kea, str., S p. m. ':' '" ' Monday, Sept. 21. Maul ports Claudine,: str. Kauai ports Noeau. str., .7 p. m. Kauai ports W. G. Hall, str., T p. m. Tuesday, Sept. 22. San Francisco Matsonia, M. N. S. S.. 10 a. m. V Maul, Molokal and Ianai ports Mikahala, str., 5 p. m. .Kauai ports Kinaii, str., r p. m. Y Wednesday, Sept. 23. Hilo via way ports Mauna Kea, str., 10 a. m. ' , ' Thursday, Sept. 24. Kauai ports W. G. Hall, str., p. m. Friday, Sep. 25. Maui ports Claudine, str. Saturday, Sept. 25. San Franclseo--Sierra, O. S. S., noon. . . . -' ; ' Hilo via way ports Mauna Kea, str., U p. rq. c'y '; ..'. MAILS Malls are due from the followinr points as follows: " 1 San Franc'.sec Lurline. Sept. 22. Yokohama Mongolia. Oct (5. ' Australia Makura (indefinite). . Malls will depart for the following points as follows: San Francisco Matsonia, Sept. 22. Yokohama Chiyp Maru, Sept 17. Australia Venture, OcL 5 Victoria Makura (departure indefl- lnte). ' -.'Y' '''..-r: .: :.' 1 TRAXSPORT SERVICE iosan, from Honolulu for Guam: and f Manila, Sept. 7. !",:'-' :, .:;.. Thc33 for Mcnfla, v!i Guam,' Ac&t4. f -: !--;. fr---. T" -- for San Fran- r MinnaYYta; BjRDMAN FALLS 2000 FT; MELTS INSTANT DEATH PI UISLO. Cola, Sept.17. Wel.ion t' ke. the avtatcr, whih giving a denu nst ration fllsht at tbe BUte fair hen ylertlay, (ell uiih hi mahiui from a height of I'OOO feet. Wins killed instantly, y y KAUAI SCHOOLS OPEN 1 WITH PROMISING START The Kauai grammar and high school opened yesterday morning.: making a very vroraislng ttart; and in a very ,fey days will lu down to hard work. There are three Bchool rooms, a libra ry and a laboratory. The start was niade with SO pupils, six being in tlie high school and LM in the lower grades. Others expecting t enter at the. sfrt failed to" appear, but will probably enroll on Monday. , The hours of study have been made S a. in. to 12: ZQ p. m. tor the present.! This Is merely an experiment, and if it is found not to suit pupils and par-; ents a change will be made. ; '. ; Mr. Avery takes, the classes iu gen eral sciences, physiology and hygieno and mathematics. Miss Maelntyre takes the English studies. Miss Kath erine Onimanney has the lower grada work.- ; :';; .. v A few odds and ends of work, it ap pears, on the building are not as they should be, but these defects will be remedied within a very few days. Garden Island. - V. Imexpectedly. : - ' Y OCEANIC STEAMSHIP CO. "SYDNEY FOR 8AN FRANCISCO; S. S. Sierra ,. . S. S. Sonoma' S. S. Sierra . S. S. Ventura .......Sept. 25 ...Oct. 9 ........Oct. 24 ......... Nov, $ ; TO. SAN FRANCISCO, $55.00, ROUND TRIP, $110.00. TO SYDNEY, $150.00; ROUND -TRI", 1225.00. Sailing LJsts and Folders on Application to C. BREWER &. CO, LTD, i .;,Y'-:-..-'v';. '.: y':. :;. General Agents. v ' ';-' i:y. Matson Navigation Company Direct Service Between San Francisco and Honolulu FROM SAN FRANCISCO: y S. S. Matsonia ........Sept. 15 S. S. Lurllne ....Sept 22 S. S. Wilhelmlna...... Sept, 29 S. S. Manoa... ......... Oct. 6 S. S. Matsonia .........Oct. 13 S. S. Lurline -? , ... ... , , ;Oct. 20. 4 S. S. Hitonian sails from Seattle for Honolulu on or about SepL 19. f From Honolulu for San Francisco via San Pedro. - , CASTLE & C00KE, LTD., General Agents, Honolulu PACIFIC MAIL Sailings from Honolulu on or about FOR THE ORIENT: S. S. Manchuria via Manila . out and in .......... ..Oct. 2 S. S. Siberia, via Manila -Sept. 1 1 S. S. China, via Manila, ; out and In.. .........Sept. 25 - For general information apply to H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd. TOYO iasEN Steamers of the above Company will call at and leava Honolulu an or about the date mentioned below: FOR THE ORIENT: S. S, Chiyo Maru .....Sept. 18 S. S. Tenyo Maru ......Oct. 10 S. S. Shiny O: Maru. .Oct. 9' S. S' Chinyo Maru . . . . . Dec 4 ";-.'v- ;.- ;:' i' . '. :,..:.;.: 7.7 : Calls at Manila, omitting call at Shanghai. CASTLE & C00KE, LIMITED, Agents, Honolulu CANADIAN-AUSTRALASIAN ROYAL MAIL LINE .- .'..; Subject to Change. For Suva, Auckland and Sydney S. S. Makura ...... ... Oct. 7 ; S. S. Niagara ..........Nov. 4 S. S. Marana .Dect. 2 THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., ; AMERICAN-HAWAIIAN S. S. CO PANAMA CANAL LINE A STEAMER will be despatched from NEW YORK for HONOLULU, KAHULUL PORT ALLEN and HILO, via SAN FRANCISCO, every TEN DAYS." Approximate time In transit, 38 DAYS, ttle and Taenma to Honolulu S. S. Virginian, to Mil about Oct. 2. For particulars, as to rates, etc, apply to C. P. MORSE, H. HACKFELD & CO, LTD. General Freight Agent. : ' . Agenta - - I. . MINERS READY EDIATION 5jVcfe1 Kl!ir-tlull till CrrtiiorwliH-! TfvINIDAl), Cola., SepL 17. With thtv majority aramg the union coal miners cl . Ihc state ready t at eept ! tht peace Plan suggested by President j Wilscn'the prcspect for a disconttnu jonce rf the strike that has been in COLORADO OA progress fof. many months ; seems bright. The unionists have- taken a plobfscite rn the matter and the .ma jority in favcr of adting tho presi- : iFf"it' pricsal for a compromise la ; pn lu-unced.. : y Y VJ - : Tht strike ha inen ac'ompanle . by a tries 6f clashes between strlk ers, minfr guards and state militia and by the Iittroftuctlon of feipral trooos Jnti the warring districts to preserve me mrcpj... a targe numner oc uios? engaged In the fiphtlng on eacn, sido have l)oen killed and at time s th state was In a condition of anarchy, with each side iu the dispute charg ing the ether with lawlessness. FUNSTON WOULD HOLD TROOPS ANOTHER MONTH rlc'i! Jtar-llulbtin CorrtupfMi'lfl VERA CRUZ. Mexico. . Sept. t7. General Funs ton recommended yes terday that the American troops be allowed to remain hero until October "!', presumably to give the Mexican fugitives here time t depart safely. Don't waste time or advice on people who can't take a hint. .. v y A busy person Isn't necessarily in d ustriou s. . 9.oasI lw,.a r ga,lyj y fJy 's y- SHORT LINE" FOR SYDNEY, N. 8. W.i 5. S. Ventura ....I.,,. Oct. 8 6. S.Sonoma .... . . .... Nov . . 2 S, S. Ventura .........Nov. 3t S. S. S"onoma ........ .Dec. 23 FOR SAN FRANCISCO: S. S. Matsonia Sept. 22 S. S. Lurline .........Sept. 29 S. S. Wilhelmina ......Oct. 7 tS. S. Manoa .....Oct. 13 S. S. Matsonia .........Oct. 21 S. S. Lurllne . . . . . . ... Oct. 27 STEAMSHIP CO. the following dates: FOR SAN FRANCISCO: S. S. Nile -SepL 22 S. S. Mongolia 1. ....... Oc.L 6 S. S. Persia ....... Y..OcL 29 S. S. Korea . ....... OcL' 27 Agents FOR 8AN FRANC18CO: S. S, Shiriyo Maru ... S. S. Chyo Maru .... S, S. Tenyo Maru ... S. S. Nippcn Maru. ... . ..Oct. 21 ..Nov. 10 ....Dec. 1 i ..Dec. 15 - For Victoria and Vancouver. S. S- Niagara .. ..... ..-Oct. 5 S. S. Marama .........Nov. 3 S. S. Makura . . Dec 1 LTD., GENERAL AGENTS KAISHA 1