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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, SEPTEMBER 28, 1903.
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Thursday, Friday and Saturday SEPT. 24, 25 AND 26. We invite everybody to call and examine the latest styles and novelties in TRIMMED HATS. B. F. Ehlers & Co. oooooc-ooo SHIRTS For Men and Boys PREMIER AMERICAN MAKE. SUITABLE FOR WARM CLIMATE. CLOETT. PEABOOY ft CO., MAKERS NOTICE I All Deer and Goat Skins left with us for tanning, and not called for within 60 days, will be sold to pay cost of tanning. A number of skins are now of fered for sale. M.W. McChesney&Sons, LIMITED. Queen Street. nSTotice 1 The Red Front is the only place in town to buy Woolen Goods reasonably. Also carry a fall line of SEttT'S CLOTHING ND FURNISHIN GOODS Cor. Qtteeti and Nuuanu. Deosmore Typewriters "The Densmore does more" than any other tyoewriter. Call at our Young Building store and see the new models. HAWAIIAN NEWS CO., LTD. New York Dental Parlors 1057 FORT STREET O OolllrLS MANUFACTURER OP Harness and Saddles King near Fort St. Tel. Main 144. P. O. Box 507 1 . ON 11S0 Nuuanu Street, kar Ladies' and Children's undearwear; mosouito nets of all kinds. Now locat ed at 11SS Nuuanu near Beretania t't Fresh Flower Seeds "Wire Baskets and Moss. MRS. E. M. TAYLOR'S, The Honolulu Florist. THE LATEST IN FALL MILLINERY -: AT THE :- WONDER FORT ST. opposite CONVENT. Children's Hats, Shirt Waist Hats. Oahu Ice & Electric Co. Ice delivered to any part of the city. Island orders promptly filled. Tel. Blu UfL P. O. Box 600. Office: Kewalo. B moke Gillman House Boquet Cigars BEAVER LUNCH ROOMS H. J. NOLTB. A WEEK'S NEWS ON THE ISLAND OE HAWA Scheme for Steamer Line to Encircle the Island. Forester Hall's Investigations Escape of the Abbie Turner's Carpenter. HILO, Sept. 25. "Next to the com pletion of the Kohala-Hilo railway line what would affect Hilo s iuture more than anything else," said L. A. Thurston the other day, "is a local steamer that would make weekly trips around this island. It would instant ly bring the commerce of the outer districts in closer touch with Hilo, the natural distributing port of Ha waii. Either one of the island trans portation companies could do this without interfering with their service. They have the steamers and could put one of them in this service without additional expense. "Hilo wants a steamer and it must run around the island often enough to bring the trade here. Just now you have a monthly service but it is not sufficient for the demands of the peo ple who, I understand, are willing to buy goods here provided they may have assurance of transportation. Such a steamer service is of vital im portance to every man who has goods tn sell and in mv oDinion should both steamship companies decline to estab lish the line monied men in Hilo should take it up. It will be the mak ing of the place or t least would be a strong factor toward that end. "I have no doubt the monthly ser vice has been of some benefit to Hilo but I cannot believe, in fact I am sure, that it does not fill the bill. Tou must have at least a weekly service and it seems to me that it would be an easy matter for either steamship com pany to give it to you." Herald. NARROW ESCAPE. The luckiest man on the Amy Tur ner is the carpenter. On the last voy age of that vessel to Hilo, and when in midocean, the carpenter was given a task to perform which took him over the rail. Th s mate and crew were forward as the carpenter threw one foot over the side and at the same moment the vessel lurched and the carpenter went into the sea. Captain Warland's son saw the ac cident and called for help but as the vessel was going with the wind at a seven knot gale it was some time before the course of the vessel could be changed and she had described al most a complete circle before she could be stopped and a boat lowered. On ly twice was the man seen above wa ter after he fell overboard and then he was directly astern. The small boat made for that position and found the man clinging to the log line. He was unconscious when taken into the boat but the second mate rolled him and got some of the water out of him. When the crew reached the side jOf the bark they tied a heaving lineit the man and hauled him aboard aft erwards putting him over a barrel aid rolling him for fifteen minutes vfhn he regained consciousness. Thduih he has been going to sea for a number of years he is unable to swim. Whei he seized the log line it slppep through his hands until he managed to get a turn around his wrist an then clenching his hand around it. When he was taken aboard consider able difficulty was experienced in get ting his hands open. Herald. THE VISIT OF FORESTER HALL. Government Forester Hall has visit ed Hawaii and made an investigation of the forests. Mr. Hall arrived at Kawaihae last Wednesday week and in company with Alfred Carter, a member of the Board of Forestry, went to Waimea and examined the forest on the Waimea side of Kohala mountains. Thursday and Friday he spent in company with F. W. Carter, E. E. Olding and Senator Wood, In the Kohala mountains on the Kohala side. j On Saturday and Sunday, Mr. Hall, in company with the Carters and L A. Thurston, examined the forests on the Waimea slope of Mauna Kea and spent the night at Kalaieha, at the Humuula Sheep Station ranch and ac companied on Sunday by Sam Parker, Jr., and Robert Horner examined the forests in that vicinity. On Monday the forests between Wai mea, Kukuihaele. Honokaa and Pa auhau, were examined by the party in company with Manager Forbes of Kukuihaele and Gibb of PaauhaU. On Tuesday the same party, in company with Managers Lidgate and Robert Horner, visited the Hamakua forests back of Hamakua Mill and Kukaiau and on Wednesday. Messrs. Hal!. Car- ter and Thurston went to Hakalau and with John Ross, brother of the manager, visited the forest back of Hakalau. On Thursday they came to Hilo and in company with Manager Scott of Hilo Sugar Co., and Manager von Graevemeyer of the Hawaii Mill Ca, examined the forests in Piihonua back of Hilo. On Friday Messrs. Hall, Carter and Thurston, visited the Olaa section as far as Mountain View and on the new Olaa road. On Sat urday Messrs. Hall and Carter visited the upper Olaa section above Moun tain View and almost to the Volcano House. During the early part of the present week Messrs. Hall and Carter visited the forest back of Pahala and the Hutchinson Sugar Company lands in company with Julien Monsarrat and Manager Hewett. Mr. Hall returned to Hilo this morning and will leave for Honolulu by the Kinau tomorrow. He will spend next week on Kauai investigating the forests there. Mr. Hall is the expert sent out by the Department of Agriculture in Washington at the request of the Ha waiian Board. It is believed he will recommend the immediate appoint ment of a forester and until that is done 'it is not probable tha t any de cision will be arrived at concerning i homesteads on this side of the isl- and. Herald. THE BURNS CLUB DANCE. The Hilo Burns Club gave a delight- j ful dance at Spreekejs Hall last Sat urday night that was participated in by nearly two hundred invited guests. The hall was decorated with bamboo and banana leaves and illuminated with vari-colored lights. Besides the regular dances there was highland dancing by Kenneth Cameron to the music of the bag pipes by Mr. Fraser. The refreshments were delicious. It was one of the most suc cessful affairs ever given by the club. M. Ross Campbell was master o,f cere monies with K. F. Mackie and Alex. Fraser assistants. The music was by the quintette club. Herald. THE SOCIAL CLUB. The promoters of the new social and athletic club have an option on three large rooms in the Spreckels' building. One of them, should the scheme go through, will be fitted up as a read ing room, another for billiards and a third as a gymnasium. Charter mem bers will be admitted upon the pay ment of $3.50 and after that the mem bership fee will be $10. Up to date about fifteen young men have signi fied their intention to join. Herald. NEWS NOTES. The property owners and tax payers of Hilo are forwarding a big petition to the Department of Public Works asking that the new steel bridge over Wailuku river be erected at the prop er level. The petition is signed by nearly every business man in town. Treasurer Kepoikai has approved the incorporation papers of the A Voz Publica Publishing Co., Ltd., recently organized here with a capital stock limit of $5,000. The Portuguese week ly paper, A Voz Publica, will hereaft er become the property of this com pany. G. F. Affonso will continue as editor and manager of the paper. Electoral Registrar Buckland this week notified Secretary Affonso of the Third Precinct Republican Club (Wai akea) that the Governor has approved the change of the polling place from the Waiakea boat wharf to Davies & j j I FREE A Book 1 hat I know that no man remains a weak ling because he wants to; I am sure that you want to overcome every in dication of early decay that has shown itself on you. I don't think the man lives who would not like to feel as big and strong as a Sandow, and I know that if you have a reasonable founda tion to build upon I can make you bigger man than you ever hoped to be. I want you to know that, you who can't believe it, and I want you to have my book in which I describe how I learned that manly strength was only electric ity, and how I learned to restore it; also I want to tell you the names of some men who will tell you that when they came to me they were physical wrecks and are now among the finest specimens of physical manhood. A HAPPY MAN t 4- j 1 4 1 Dear Sir: Having used your famous electric belt for thirty days, I I have received the greatest benefit that a. man could gain that is, health and strength. The tired, despondent feeling has gone, I feel the beginning of a new life, and am ever your debtor. P. O. box 4S2, Tucson, Arizona. W. E. CLARK. I want you to read this book and learn the truth about my argu ments. If you are not as vigorous as you would like to be, if you have rheumatic pains, weak kidneys, loss of power, day or night losses, prostatic troubles, nervous spells, varicocele er any ailment of that kind that unmans you, it wouli assure you future happiness if you would liik into this method of rate. Don't delay it: your best days are slipping by. If you want this b k. I send it closely sealed free if you send this ad. Call for free consultation. t j T j T i dr. m. g. Mclaughlin, Co.s warehouse, corner of Waiakea and Kalepolepo streets. This is about central from all points of the precinct. A small party was entertained at j dinner at the home of A. B. Loe j benstein in Puueo last Wednesday ! evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. L. I 1 , : M. Whitehouse who leave by the Ki nau today for Honolulu. Reports from the Volcano House i that the crater is still in a state of : quiescent activity. The volumes of ! steam are as great as ever. Mr. Bid i good reports the weather at Kilauea as unusually bracing and fine. Manager Bidgood has made a suc cess of crowing celery In the Volcano House gardens. The flavor is fine and it is well blanched. Only eleven men are engaged on the Hilo dock. The contractor is under forfeit to have completed the structure two months ago. An effort is being made by Japanese Buddhists in Hilo to raise funds for the purpose of building a school house on Volcano street. Representative Geer, of the Public Works Department has refused to ac cept the coffer dam built at Waiakea for the new bridge. A compromise may be made. The dam involves an expenditure of $1000. A Chinese on his way to Hilo from Paukaa on Tuesday reports having seen a Japanese woman jump from the bridge into the stream at Honolii. He called for help and a native jumped into the stream and succeeded in bringing the woman ashore. The Agricultural Society of Hilo holds its regular quarterly meeting on Saturday afternoon, October 3rd, at the offices of President Furneaux. Special Agent Jared Smith of the U. S. Experiment Station has written that he will be present. An interesting and instructive meeting is anticipated. SOFT, GLOSSY HAIR. It Can Only Be Had Where There Is No Dandruff. Any man or woman who wants soft, glossy hair must be free of dandruff, which causes falling hair. Since it has become known that dandruff is a germ disease, the pld hair preparations that were mostly scalp irritants, have been abandoned, and the public, barbers and doctors included, have taken to using Newbro's Herpicide, the only hair prep aration that kills the dandruff germ. E. Dodd, Dickinson, N. D., says: "Her picide not only cleanses the scalp from dandruff and prevents the hair falling out, but promotes a new growth. Her picide keeps my hair very glossy." Sold by leading druggists. Send 10c. in stamps for sample to The Herpicide Co., Detroit, Mich. Hollister Drug Co., Special Agents. MAUI WANTS A GUAVA CANNERY Hawaii is giving pointers to Maui in the direction of ! rofitable minor in dustries, and is demonstrating that there is money in bananas, pineapples and guava jelly. It is the exploitation of such industries which will tend more than anything else to round out and complete industrial conditions here. On Maui there are immense for ests of jelly guavas to be had for the picking, and an enterprising man with a family of boys and girls could with a small amount of capital establish a guava jelly cannery in the wet belt of east Maui which would make his fortune. East Maui is also the natural home of bananas, and with a road to Kahului as a shipping point, an im mense tonnage of bananas could be shipped away every year. The experi ment of Prof. D. D. Baldwin at Hai ku has demonstrated that a high grade of pineapples can be grown on Maui, and there is a demand at the coast for canned Hawaiian pineapples. These industries should be fostered. Maui News. T0 MEN s Brings Happiness : 906 Market Street, San Francisco. POLITICS Home Rulers Have Nominated a Ticket. "Oily Bill" White Heads the List as Sheriff. Republicans Will Begin Their Cam paign Immediately Home Rulers Plan a Luau. MAUI, Sept. 26. The Home Rulers of Maui did not meet in convention on the 23d as adjourned but began the new session on the 24th in the Wailuku Skating Rink at 10 a. m. Most of the day was taken up in caucus. In the evening all the nominations were made except that of assessor. The conven tion met again yesterday and adjourn ed sine die after an evening session. The Home Rule ticket is as follows: For sheriff, Wm. White of Lahaina; for clerk, D. H. Kahaulelio of Molokai: for auditor, L, R. Crook of Wailuku: for treasurer, Pia Cockett of Waikapu; for assessor, (Kalei) D. L. Kahaulelio of Lahaina; for attorney, John Rich ardson of Lahaina; for surveyor, J. K. Kahookele of Wailuku; for supervisors, T. B. Lyons and Louis Kookoo of Wai luku. J. K. Hihio of Lahaina. Philip Kauhimakaole of Hana, and W. H. Cornwell, Jr., of (Waiahuli) Makawao. Geo. Maxwell of Wailuku received the nomination for clerk but afterward i withdrew in favor of his opponent, D. H. Kahaulelio. David Kahaulelio also ran for super visor apportioned to Lahaina and Mo lokai, but was beaten by Rev. J. K. Hihio of Kaanapali. L. M. Vettlesen was Crook's opponent for auditor and Kalei Kahaulelio's rival for assessor. Some Maui politicians prophesy that Pia Cockett for treasurer, J. K. Ka hookele for surveyor, and T. B. Lyons for supervisor will be hard men to beat by their Republican opponents. Messrs. Kookoo and Hihio also seem Quite pop ular judging by the vote received by them at the last election. The Home Rulers will give a grand demonstration in Wailuku in November, the night be fore the election. There will be a torch light procession headed by the Wailuku band, addresses in the skating rink, etc. The central (county) committee of the Home Rule party is holding a meeting this morning at the skating rink to de cide upon a program for stumping the county. It is generally understood that a tour of East Maui by Home Rule orators will be the first event on the campaign program. The Republican nominees for super visors, Messrs. W. F. Pogue, J. K. Iose- pa, A. . Kayselden and W. H. Kmc:, will go to Lahaina on Monday to open the campaign there and from Lahaina take the first steamer for Molokai. S. E. Kalama is already in Lahaina and will accompany the candidates and as sist them in stumping the second pre cinct. STRAYS. Maui doctors have been busy for the last week or two vaccinating school children. Today a very handsome pearl brooch was presented to Miss Mary Vincent of Paia by twenty-eight Makawao ladies. This gift was in recognition of Miss Vincent's unfailing courtesy while act ing as central of the Paia telephone of fice for several years past. The steamer Nevadan arrived in Ka hului on the 24th, discharged 800 tons of merchandise and returned to Hono lulu last evening, the 25th. The only vessel now in the harbor is the Golden Shore, still discharging her cargo of lumber. Friday, the 25th, a hunting party consisting of Mr. and Mrs. James Scott fif Kihei, Dr. Wall of Honolulu, Dr. G. S. Aiken of Paia and others departed for a week's outing at Kalae, Molokai. Freear gave entertainments to full houses at Wailuku, Tuesday and Wednesday evenings and at Hamakua poko, Friday evening. Miss Agnes Alexarder, who has been visiting Mrs. D. B. Murdock of Paia for several weeks past, returned to her Honolulu home by the Nevadan of last evening. Inspector C. E. King, who has been inspecting Lahaina schools during the week, will probably go to Molokai by next steamer. George Kunukau of Ulupalakua. sec ond district magistrate of Wailuku, heard two perjury cases in Makawao this week. Judge Copp being disquali fied. Baseball At Kuau, on the 20th. Ka hului 10, Paia Cnew club) 7. At Maka wao, same day, Haleakalas of Maka wao 24, Violets of Pauwela 7. At polo, the afternoon of the 19th. the "Reds" beat the Yellows" at Paia by one goal. Weather: Dry despite of very showers. light GET A: BROWNIE CAMERA One of these delightful little instruments will give you an immense amount of pleasure. Brings you "next to Nature's heart." Just the thing for children. Price Only fr HONOLULU Photo Supply Co. STREET IF YOU CARE FORIYOUR EYES You care for our aid. Our specialty ii f lining vjtiassses 10 relieve strain a . . . . . I Improve the sight. Let us aid you better vision or the preservation what remains. A. N. 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