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tjOXOLULU STAB-BCLLETiN. THOSPAY. OCTOBER 18. 1917, NLH 5 i A". TALK TO JEWELERS V "Daily newspaper advertising expresses the foundation, policy, principle, basis and the achievements of the store, and it is through daily newspaper advertising that people see, learn and come to know the value of the establishment." M. P. Linn, speaking at the American National Retail J e welers ' A s.sociation. J He added that newspaper advertising is more valuable today than ever, because the newspapers themselves had become-indispensable to the community. Paid Publicity Will Do It The general circulation of the H 071 Star-Bulletin on Oct. 11 was IO 9 1 mm mm m ....,.':', i-hiirfrAn mitof havA tichpure milk! Every mother knows how essen tiftl this it. She knows, too, the difficulties of doinz so esDeci&Uv In warm dimates. There is no food so saitaole for hihy er that provided by Nature, but in some cases , Condensed Milk has it times to be used; and no Condensed Milk will be better for baby or give better results than Highlander. It is here that Highlander Con densed Milk will prove of such value to her. Tens of 'thousands of mothers throughout Australasia End the PtxiSc use it. Absolutely germ-free, Highlander Milk is prepared by a process that ensures sterilization. It it the richest. Euresr milk from specially selected erds in the famous dairying pastures of Southland. New Zealand .with part of the water evaporated and the' purest No. I A Cane Sugar added. IGIIlAKCg mm i '. There's a free eep ml the HigManjer Cookery Book waibag yoear!y 200 beautifully illitttrated paget f practical otoaomical tetttd recipe. SvA ynnr rnl U WHtm. LtsVAitits. Homiiik. j - ' otasoWs I Johnson's Wood Dye's in all shades create a beautiful and artistic effect in the home. They bring out the grain of the wood, producing a finish much to be desired n -.--v, ...:v.w-.-v -v- 7. Johnson's Underlac tot, brighten, old iurniture and make it look like new Johnson's Kleen Floor to be used for keeping all finished, floors in perfect condition. Will also remove STAINS, DISCOLOR ATION and SPOTS from FLOORS. Johnson's Goods Dyes all shades Underlac i Floor JMsh No. 1 Flat Wood Finish Prepared Wax Dancing Wax SOLD A7 Lew er s & C o o K c , Ltd r Lumber and Building llaterial COAL DENIED NEUTRAL SHIPS SnrDirQn Furniture and Piano Ljwd7DrDg SERVICE FIRST PUGET SOUND RUN BY THE ALLIES N Y. K. LINERS ON WASHINGTON. Oct. 4 A final movement to prevent supplies from reaching Germany from the outside world was taken today by the Amerl can government in deciding to refuse coal to neutral shins carrrine sunollea from South America to the northern To adjust the conditions of bottoms, European neutral countries, unless and protect superior kinds of teamers. their careoes are inspected in Amerl- the Nippon Yusen Kalsha's European can ports liners, Fushtmi Maru, 10,940 tons, and In making known the decision today Kar Maru. 9-S34 ton'. bre en the exports administrative board an- transferred to the company's Puget uounced that it would apply provisions Sound line. At the same time, the of the exports control act. which gives. Shlzuoka Maru. of 6.268 tons, and the ih mvmmont h amp aunervision Yokohama Maru. of 6.146 tons, have nvr hr,kr it h9 over the exDorta - been transferred from the Puget Sound tion of rood. enerallv. to the Europe line. Th tn w. taken with the aDDTOT-1 As a result of this shifting the con- al of all the allies, who will cooperate keying capacity of the American line, by enforcing similar regulations. It both in freight and passengers, has fiiAB r!nw r.rt RHtain'a declara- greatly increased. In caa of freight. tion of a complete embargo against the the increase is 14,000 tons or so, while northern European neutrals, which the Fushimi Maru cams 122 cabin was designed to strengthen the embar- and 59 second class passengers, and . airoaHv nut intn fnrrp hv th Vnit- the Katori Maru 112 cabin and 06 sec- rt statoa Innd class passengers, against the . "No final policy has been yet decid- Shldzuoka Maru and the Yokohama ed on," the statement said, "because aiaru, eacn 01 nniqj wni the board has not been able to obtain small number of passengers of these Information from the governments of I classes the northern neutrals, repeatedly re HONOLULU CONSTRUCTION & DEAYING CO., LTD. PHONE 4-9-8-1 J. J. BELSER. Manager. STORAGE 65 TO 71 SOUTH OUEEN ST. ORIENTAL LINER nuestea. as to meir resources nu re quirements and other Information necessary for intelligent action The matter still Is under discussion with the neutrals and with the foreign gov ernments associated with s in the ar." YEAR'S SUPPLY OF STEEL IN YARDS STANDARDIZED MERCHANT STEAMER IS BUILT By Auoclatod Prtii Fifty-tliree merchantmen, represent ine a combined tonnage of 392,000. are now under construction in twelve leaa- . mm a 1 i w nAtn n LONDON. Oct. 18.-The 'first stan- ng ouu n anxeu a dardized merchant steamer built to "sure Uu uu. V order of the government to replace other merchantmen which are now those destroyed by German subma- ns oum m 7h,4t--; rines has been completed and placed MPbld'nS Jan in commission in less than seven broke out, the shipbuilding industry months from the date on which her has made a marked development and vi ioM n f. TnPtMi that v. according to information emanating sela similar to this first one will be from -moat reliable sources J?0" constructed in four to four one one-half iry wxu ue ule iu lu.u uut months. Many hundreds of others are men aggregating w,vw iou jrCu. being built and Sir Joseph Maclay .an Meeting a large oemana iur mCr- Anr tu inuiai rin ftf th I chantmen. many of these leading I shipbuilding yards are now contem ,w in h tTnitoH Kfnirrtnm wn Iplatlnc an expansion in their plants OH 1 mm l V4 ill vuv - -..0-" I - - 4 ... full of such vessels In process of con- on a large w uu ctriirtinn I are cuiiiiJieLeu mis vutuitiy thi uc It is understood that six types of able to proauce mercnanimen. sauw ar.r .tm. vnown 9a A T?, r. D. ing a total tonnage or i.uuu.uuu an Be -'"-' " " " ".'.' ' i , i ji uiu..n E and F, are at present being con- nuauy, several icaumg uipuuur.o structed of about 8000 tons dead- nere Deueve. ttegaraius u, weight, 7000 tons, 5000 tons and 3000 building, no issue nas ever oeen more tons, and the construction of other serious than the recent embargo on trnrs la beine considered. Some of eei and iron snipmenis in me uni- tha hn nirftdv huilt were esnecial- ted States, As soon as this ban be ly adapted for carrying grain, being came known in this country, the single deckers, others with twin decks leading shipbuilders jointly wired to would be suitable for carrying any iviscouui is., wuu, .iajtuo euvujr CA- class of cargo. iiraoramary io me unuea siaies, asK ThP fa-t that eneines of standard fng him to approach the authorities in design can be fitted in any vessel of J Washington to shift the ban, especial- the type for which It is adapted has IV m iavor or japan ior mis issue nas merita at the outset and also merits a vital blow for the future of the ship- when repairs to the machinery are re- building industry here. quired since spare parts will be read-j However, the recent despatchs from ly available. j Washington are . not . altogether hope- The operation of all the state stan-1 fnl and the shipbuilders here cannot bef dard ships will be placed in the earn optimistic over the issue. Most of the of steamship managers subject to di- leading shipbuilders have a stock of rection of the shipping controller. materials lasting at least for the next 1 1 " I twelve months. These fifty-three ves- STOMACH MEDICINES f el5 Jlh. af Lef fePil?i s?22 Ant UANuLnUUo in this country and which will be I finished in th near future ar DOCTORS NOW ADVISE MAGNESIA follows: Number of ships under con struction Tonnage 18,400 57,800 67.200 7,200 10,600 10,600 166,000 1,800 5,100 44.400 3,000 Just how dangerous it Is to indis I Name of criminately dose the stomach' with I dockyards drugs and medicines is often not real-l ishikawajima Dock.. 4 ized until too late, u seems so sim- lAsano Dock 6 l 'e to swallow a dose of some special J Uraga Dock 4 mixture or take tablets of soda, pep-1 Ono Dock 4 sin, bismuth, etci, after meals, and thejFugi-Nagata Dock . . 4 folly of this drugging is not apparent j Kawasaki Dock 4 until, perhaps year.s afterward, when Osaka Iron Works in It 13 found tnat gastric ulcers have al-l Osaka and Inno- a ' a . . a m I - most eaten meir way mrougn tne shima 13 stomach walls. Regrets are then un-Harada Dock 1 availing; it is m tne early stages Mitsubishi Dockyard wnen maigesuon. ayspepsia, neari-i ana Engine Works, turn, iiaiuieuuc, eic, iuuicni.es eicwi Kobe " sive acidity of the stomach and fer-MitSUbishVDcikyard mentation oi xooa corneals mai pre-i anrl Knffino Works csuuuu duuuiu uc labcu. uiuga ouui Nakasaki . 2 medicines are unsuitable and often Vatsuo Dork" 9 dangerous mey nave mue or no in- liuence upon me narmim acid, ana nniiip DIP nocnncD that is why doctors are discarding D "I'" UnLUUtn SJAJS? -FROM-MAINLAND FOR rid of the dangerous acid and keep the food contents blari and sweet by Taamg a mue pure Disuraiea magne- ooeraUons on the lone delaved sia instead. Bisurated Magnesia is an I dredeine contract held hv th stand- aosoiuxeiy pure auu-acia men, can oe ard American Dredging Co. with the reaauy ODiaineu iroiu any arug store, armv eneineera for Hnnnlnln harhor It is absolutely harmless, is practical-! were to be commenced tndav arrnrd- ly lasieiess auu iviupuuuiui witen in ing. to A. H. Hobart, the company's amuermur wuiu wicr iier ineaia, i Honolulu representative, win usuaiiy ce iouuq quue suaicienii Mr. Hobart says that the beginning io mBwuiiijr ucule CiteoB1,w Km- work wiU drilling and blasting in ity of the stomacn and prevent all nronaration for th .frpHn., nhr.h ia possibility of the food fermenting. to be done by a big dredge from the mainland. This dredge w ill be taken apart and shipped down on one of the Matson boats, arriving here within the next month or so. This will be in time for operations which must be preceded by considerable blasting of coral. The first work-wiil.be done just off quarantine island. LOCAL HARBOR WORK HAS STEEL CARGO Steel exports to the Orient have not been entirely stopped by the Presidential embargo, as is shown by the cargo list of a i!hina Mail steamer in port today. Out of a total cargo of 2300 tons 1000 tons of it is bar steel consigned to Shanghai. There are also 550 bars of silver, another article for which an export license has to be secured. The China liner has about 100 through passengers and only one for Honolulu, Doui Burkhardt. In the steerage there are 308 passengers, Chinamen, Japanese and Filipinos. Many of the cabin pasengers are missionaries and business men. Fif teen of them are Y. M. C. A. workers bound for the Russian war front. Jacques Klass is a former Pacific Mail man who is going to Shanghai to take charge of the catering for the Astor hotel. Dr. Charles R. Manley, wife and son, is a missionary family bound for India. Mrs. M. L. Eli and child are going to, the Orient on a pleasure trip. She is the daughter-in-law of L. I. Eli president of the China Mail Steam ship Co. Harry Reynolds is a mining man of South Africa. He is accompanied by his wife. They have been on a visit to the 6tates. Ocea n ic Sfiea msh a p Co. 54 DAYS TO SAN FRANCISCO Regular Sailings to San Francisco and Sydney, N. S. W. For further particulars apply to C. BREWER & CO., LTD. General Agents Matson Navigation Company Direct Service Between San Francisco and Honolulu For further particulars apply to CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd., Agent, Honolulu CHINA LINER TO BE TAKEN OVER S. TV. Good, who is reported by cable to have been named as the Hona- lulu agent for the Pacific Mail Steam ship Co., is unknown to the officers of the China Mail liner in port today 1 ney tmnx mat he ts probably a Grace & Co. man who has been select ed for the - Honolulu position. The China, or Pacific Mail, is now a subsl diary company of Grace & Co. of San Francisco. The China liner has received no in formation since leaving Sa- Francisco that it has been commandeered by the government, although it was rumored on the coast that she was to be taken over, but probably maintained on tho oriental run. Both Captain R. O. Demarst the ship's master, and C. J. James, the purser, state that no particular pre cautions were taken cn the voyage from the coast, due to the German raider now in the Pacific. . mm ' 4 1 PASSENGERS EXPECTED Adv. HATS Straw Felt Forma All kinds ot Hat Cleaning T. OZU HAT STORE Opp. Love's Bakery, 1123 Nuuanu Street. jo. m v EMU FEMCIL CUSTOMS OFFICER GETS OPIUM AND YEN SHEE Two opium and yen shee hauls and one arrest were made yesterday morn ing from Inter-Island steamers by fhiRtnmR Insrxrtrr .T H OHvpira Ant. ! ing on suspicion.' he stopped " and Vtfke,f TvHobi- DwiSQt C. Lefferts. searched a basket which wa3 carried The x following passengers are booked to sail by the next Matson liner leaving San Francisco: Miss Maru Matsumoto, C. Larson, George M. -McClellan, John Desha, James F. Berry, R. V. Barnett, Riley Allen, E. H. Lewis, Miss L. Warren, Mrs. Rebecca M. Cowan, Mrs. T. A. Stanley, Miss M. E. Poppleton, Miss Florence Butler, L. J. Warren, E. A. Valentine, Mrs. Chas. Vale. F. C. Fet ter, John Buckley, Miss Mary Schoen, J. G. Roth well, Mrs. C. Beyfuss, Miss il ildred Manuel, Miss Al Ida Moody, Miss Mary E. Stetson, Mr. Van Ant werp, Mrs. warren English, L. B. DeLaitte, Will T. Montgomery, James Fen wick, Dr. Geo. Herbert, H. D. B. Soule, Simon Miller, James H. Schwabacher, Mrs. Thompson, W. H. Barnes, Miss Alice Macfarlane, J. C, Cohn, Carl S. Carlsmith, Mrs. J. P. Lucey, Miss Emma R. Blunk, Sirs. Robt. Horner, Mrs. John Watt, Robert Lewers, Mrs. A. Thomas, O. H. Swe zey, S. Lpwenfeld, H. F. Wheeler, Mrs. James F. Berry, Mrs. R. V. Bar nett, Mrs. Riley H. Allen, Mrs. E. H. Lewis, Miss J. Balderston, Miss Stan ley, Mrs. Mary Regan, Mrs. M. A. Pe dersen, Mrs. Monk. Mrs. L. J. Warren, Mrs. E. A. Valentine, P. Bailey, Mr. Withlngton, J. F. Cowan, Mrs. B. P. Schoen, Mrs. J. G. Rothwell, Mrs. Hi F. Bertelmann. Mrs. W. G. ManueL Miss Metella Short, Mrs. A. H. Smith, Mrs. E. B. Soule, Mrs. M. H. Hart, Mrs. L. B. DeLaitte, F. S. Clark, Ray N. Allen, Mrs. George Herbert, J. T. McCrosson, Mrs. Simon Miller, Mrs. James Schwabacher, Miss L. Hopper, Mrs. W. H, Barnes, Mrs. G. Pearne, Mrs. J. C. Cohen, J. P. Lucey, Miss Emelia E. Blunk, Robt. Horner, John Watt, -Will Lewers, L. Weinzheimer, Mrs. L. Weinzheimer. Mrs. J. F. Bow ler, D. Davis, C. G. Bockus, Mrs, J. Blacow, Miss Hazel M. Offer, H. L. Terwilleger, Mr. Wakefield, II. O. Withers, Mrs. Nellie B. Lunken, Miss M. Peepels, Mrs. C. C. Kennedy, W. J. Garibaldi, Miss Berndt. Mrs. W. Roehl, Mrs. J. P. Cooke, Mrs. J. T. Hobi, Mrs. Dwight C. Lefferts, Mrs. John Waierhouse, A. F. Knudsen, Wm. Rothschild, W. J. Liederman, Miss Adeline Smith, C. A. Smith, Miss Lillian McChesney, H. Lipman, Mrs. H. von Holt, Mrs. C. G. Bockus, Miss Florence G. Offer, Mrs. Mary E. Of fer, Mrs. 1L L. Terwelleger, D. Ko halewei, H. R. Wolcott, T. Imai, C. C. Kennedy, Mrs. A. F. Wall, Mrs. W. J. Garibaldi, W. Roehl, J. p. TOYO RISEN ICAISHA Regular Sailings to San Francisco and to the Orient For further particulars apply to - CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd., Agent, Honolulu CANADIAN-AUSTRALASIAN ROYAL MAIL LINE Regular Sailings to BRITISH COLUMBIA, FIJI, NEW ZEALAND and AUSTRALIA For further particulars apply to THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., LTD., General Agents PHONE 2295 REACHES Hustace-Peck Co., Ltd. ALL KINDS OF ROCK AND 8AND FOR CONCRETE WORK. FIREWOOD AND COAL 93 QUEEN STREET t P. O. BOX 212 NEDERLAND ROYAL MAIL & ROTTERDAM LLOYD JOINT SERVICE To Batavia, Java, via Yoko hama, Nagasaki, Hongkong and Singapore. Sailing dates, freight and passenger rates on application. C. Brewer & Co., Ltd., Agents 0AHU RAILWAY TIME TABLE OtTWARD ForVaianae, Waialua, Kahuku and Way Stations 9: 15 a. m., 3;20 p.m. For Pearl City, Ewa Mill and Way Stations 17: 30 a. 915 a. 11:30 a.m, 2:15 p.m 3:20 cm- 5:15 p.m., $9:30 p.m., fll:15 pjn. For Wahiawa and Lellehna 11.02 a.m., 2:40 p.m 5:00 p'.m mO p.m. .. For Leilehua f6:00 a.m. I . fotociisiuAiI I F I O M T J ' c K E T 8 nr point on tfc Mainland. - OO 4 CO, 72 S. Ktn9 8t, Tar. 1511 Most Complete Lln ef Chlntif ' v Qooda at - :- FONG INN CO. Honolulu' Leadlnj Chtnett Curia Store-1 152 Nuuanu Si, nr. pjuahl 6 Shipping and - . COMMISSION .' .'; Merchants ,FRED U WALDRON, LTD. Fort A Queen Sts. Honolulu INWARD Arrire Honolulu from Kahuku, waiaiua ana waianae g:35 a.m 5:30 p.m. Arrive Honolulu from Ewa Mill and Pearl City 17:45 a-nu, 8:35 a.m., 11:02 a.m., 'lS p.m., 4:24 p.m., 5:30 p.m., 7:28 p.m. Arrfve Honolulu from Wahiawa and Leilehua 9: 15 a.m rl:53 p.m., 3:59 p.m., 7:13 p.m. The Halelwa Limited, a two-hour train (only firstdass tickets honored). eaves Honolulu every Sunday at 8:36 a. m. ior tiaieiwa Hotel; returning arrifes in Honolulu at 10:10 p. m. The Limited stops only at Pearl City, Ewa aim ana waianae. Dally. t Except Sunday. JSunday 'J f? 1 VENUS is bought by all who want the best. 17 perfect black degrees, and 2 copying for every pos sible purpose. Blue Band VELVET PENCIL SupresM in its Qus by Ah Ping, a Chinese fireman on the Mauna Kea. He found a small package! John Waterhouse, Mrs. A. K. Knud sen, Andrew Adams. Mrs. Wm. Roths child, T. M. Church, Mrs. Henry Lieutenant Long I captured 47 Ger mans during that one afternoon. American Lead Pencil CoN. Y, 1 r n m - ... nf vpti ahpp. nr onium u-hich haa Wn! -ur. v. A. amitn smoked once. The second search resulted in bigger MTTIP- whpn Ah Hill nnn nf tho fhincca I o r " """""V I ill.. r. . . . . flromcn nn thp stpamor Kaiubni wn ,llas wrccu uriKuuy ) uear me riiannvorpd tn havo twn tine f nnium ! And are you allowed to keep all you concealed on his person. In his hand catch? Sydney Bulletin. I he carried a package of yen shee. Ah Hin was placed under arrest and turned over to the federal officers. The two tins of opium are worth 3246, as the last reported sale of opium in Hilo was at 3123 a tin. No intimation could be gained from the Chinamen as to where they secured the opium and yen shee. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAI take LAXATIVE BROMO QUININE (Tablets). Druggists refund money if it fails to cure. The signature of E. W. GROVE is on each box. Man ufactured by the PARIS MEDICINE CO., St. Louis, U. S. A CHCP SUI 93 North King Street Call and see our brand new CHOP SUI HOUSE Everything Neat and Clean Tables may be reserved by phono No. 1713 D. J. CASHMAN TENTS AND AWNINGS Luau Tents and Canopies for Rent Thirty Years' Exp.: fence Fort St., near Allen, upstairs Phone 1487 Telephone 3875 1118 Fort 8L The Standard Optical Co. OPTHALMIC OPTICIANS Pantheon Block " Walter I. Seymour Prea. 4L argr. VIEIRA JEWELRY CO. .113 Hotel Street ' Jewelers and Silversmith. 1 Watch and Jewelry Repairers Buy your gasoline at - SERVICE STATION t Rear of Boston Bldg LIGHTWEIGHT Lehua Typewriter Ca RB'ttW PAPER ; N'on-smutting made espe cially to meet Hawaiian climatic conditions. Black and purple colors. Hawaiian News Co., Ltd. Young Hotel Building Bishop St. TIDES, SUN AND MOON. ' Mooa . f High High Low Low Rises Date Tide Ft of Tide Tide Tide Sua Soa and Large Tide Small Large- Small Risei Sets Sets A.M. FT. T.M. P.M. A.M. . ,- ; ' -Ilises Oct. 13 2:20 2.0 3:05 8;59 9:50 5:53 '5:32 5:34 " 16 3:54 2.1- 3a34 9:22 10:35 5:58 -5:32 . Sets " 17 4:30 2.1 4:05 9:47 11:24 5:58 SiJl 4:4J . P.M. -rV-"'-,' ' 18 5:08 2.2 4:36 10:15 12:18 5:53 5:30 ; 1:2 " 19 . 5:50 2 2 5:13 10:47 1:23 V; 5:59 5:29 S:2J) " 20 6:39 2.1 .07 11:25 2:38 6:00 5:29 :15 21 ... ...... 7 : 35 2.1 7 : 47 . . ; 3;55 - 6 : 00 - 5 : 28 ; 10; If New mocn, Oct, 15, at 4:10 p. n.' .