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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, OCTOBER 2, 1905.
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"WALTE2 G. SMITH : : : : : : ! EDITOR.
MONDAY - - - - OCTOBER 2.
- It would appear to have been a
domiciled in Hawaii. Over half a century ago the Royal Hawaiian Agricultural
Society was making strong efforts at
ble industries of the group. Yet only within a recent period has the industry
assumed importance sufficient to attract any particular attention. That it is-
now one of the growing items in the
in the fact that for the year ending
products to the United States amounted
as has been reported, the local
agricultural authorities, have taken
Asto'what was being attempted in
century, the following news article from The .facinc commercial iiuveiiiaei
October 22, 1857, shows:
"BEES AT LAST. We notice the
hives of bees, alive and well, and, what
are well stocked with honey. Capt. Lawton has brought them ior saie. xney
are from the neighborhood of San Jose, California. During several years past
vn rtr two attpmnts hnvA been made
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wouuee otes inLO lue -iiauu irunuC
have periBhed before reaching here.
successful attempt and a profitable
wtAhinr-the. "inriiiRtrinria movements
Shakespeare, 'teach the. art of order to a peopled kingdom.' We would suggest
to the managers of the Agricultural Society to purchase them, and place them
in charge of trusty persons, one hive on. -Oahu, one on Maui, and a third on
Kauai .or Hawaii, in places sheltered from the strong trades."
This must have been as interesting. an article to the Advertiser's readers
of that day as will be to those of today the account elsewhere of a large deposit
of honeyeomb within the- structure of the Territorial Capitol. . The current
story is important withal, in showing that now the honey bee is very much at
home in Hawaii.
Nothing could more aptly illustrate the strange ways of trade than the
ax ,,,omc.T,to n obtain -natirvna with whnm Amripa is seeking commercial
intercourse, xtecent consular reports
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logic wouia imer inai wuai peupie waui i,ucjr m ua,vc. j.u mem ju,.
for instance, certain sewing machine manufacturers tried to introduce their
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novelties wanaerea mio iNonn wma s mierior wnu s.iew.iruuu "
eellanies. Among them was a hand-sewing machine, sold at retail for a couple
of dollars. It was what was wanted
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"nfactorers make a cheap hand machine of better quality and sell them by the
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" In Siberia a cheap filter made a fortune for its agent. , In Central America
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shoeless Costa Rica a manufacturer of a
" All of which shows that study of a
important for the trader.
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- There as such a thmg as overdoing
this out, according to a recent report that a boycott nas Deen aectarea. against between these countries for the protec
that city. by Nome business men. Headed by Dr. Caleb Whitehead, the lead- tion-of1 the sealing Industry has (not
ing banker of the goldfields metropolis, they have undertaken to establish a applied. He also operated under both
steamship line between Nome and San Francisco. A leading mhant-M;
Nome is quoted in a Seattle dispatch as saying that as soon as a San Francisco Gaining1 ne or the other, despitj'the
line is established an immense amount of business will be done with' that port, . .fact . that he -forfeited Mexican pffpers
adding:' "Nome 'merchants feel as though Seattle has had a 'cinch duringvt least-once.' : .K .
the "past few years, and it has worked overtime, and now we feel as though 1""" . ' "rmmmr
we' wanted to show Seattle that we can do business on business principles with :DAME FASHION HAS DECREED
San Francisco. -The Seattle merchants will wake up some fine morning and i
find that they are losing all kinds of
! WJhen the available resources of
financiers suspected of making too free with other people's money have to
answer questions just the same as a boy hauled up before a police magistrate
for hooking an apple from a fruit stand. While the. life insurance investiga- .
tions now being conducted by the New York authorities -may not result in
restitution to people already wronged by the financial cormorats, - they afford
fair, promise that life insurance may yet be made a square deal to the insured
and even a greater blessing to the beneficiaries than, has ever been set. forth
in the florid propaganda of the associations
That the British Government is paying serious attention to the relief of
conditions in Ireland is manifest from a recent announcement made by Walter
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Hume Long, Chief Secretary for Ireland. This is that the treasury has agreed
to provide additional funds amounting to $10,000,000 before the end of the
year, together with such an amount of stock during the year 1906 as will pro-
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remedy the recent stoppage of sales of land through inability to advance the
purchase money owing to lack of funds.
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Such an excellent showing has been made in its first year by the Waialae,
Kaimuki, and Palolo Improvement Club that it will be surprising if that or
ganization remains long the solitary one of the kind within the environs of
Honolulu. The suburbs comprised in the long name of the club are as vet
among the most sparsely populated of
But they seem to have
A selected article in this issue, dealing with the mosquito nuisance, is worthy
of preservation. Its advice to householders is so tersely put, as well as com
prehensive, that it ought to make one of the best bulletins for printing in Hono
lulu's many languages which the local mosquito campaigners could adopt.
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A sample of the good advertising Honolulu and Hawaii stood to receive
from the Taft party will be found in the New York Herald's sketchy but com
plete account of the day the Manchuria called here, which is elsewhere repro-
Yellow fever reports have dropped out of the cablegrams, it is to be hoped
for good and all this season. Jack Frost will, anyway, within a few weeks
at the most put the finish on Yellow Jack so far as 1905 is concerned.
Judge Silliman seems to have 6truck it rich in financing a patent hot-water
bag. It would probably be impossible for a lawyer to exploit a hot air patent
there would be so many prior claimants among the profession itself.
, August Belmont, Jr., has got tired
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x.v7uor. xi u uuuui ixic jjcimuu l Humous win go farther on account
of the young man's industrious notion
Anybody who may have an impression that education in Hawaii is deficient
in Bcope should glance over the plan for term work in Kaiulani school, elsewhere
When it comes to celebrating anything, the Japanese people do not tak
beconu piace wun any other nationality.
long chase to get the honey bee comfortably
introducing apiculture as one of the desira-
category of diversified industries has proof
June 30, 1905, the export of Hawaiian bee
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in value to more tnan jjd.ieij,
bee-keepers, in consultation with the Federal
steps to improve the breeds in their hives.
apiculture here the middle of the past
arrival, by the Fanny Major, of three
will insure their preservation, the hives
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hv the R. H. Agricultural Society to in-
-v' a k ;n Mh wt, thov
We doubt not the present will prove a
investment, aside from the pleasure of
of the ' busv bee.' who. according to
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and the drummer made his way to the
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shoddy grade of boots reaped a fortune,
country's wants, not of its needs, is most
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a soft snap. . Seattle, as liable to find
xA.merican government are utilized great
operations oi tne jxisn lana act ana to
all . the residence tracts opened up in
the true civic spirit.
of play and taken nn a ennrao efi,.
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than they otherwise would
FUNERAL OF LATE -D.
Daniel P. Peterson, for 35 years a
respected resident of Honolulu,.- was
buried yesterday. The services at
attended by a great number of Mr,
Peterson's friends and admirers and
many followed the body to its last rest
ing place in Nuuanu cemetery.
i The Rev. Edward B. Turner con
ducted the simple ceremonies In the
churen, Th platform and choir
tion was filled with flowers and over
the casket were many wreaths spread
hy loving. nands
There was no
a toucnjnff prayer making up the ser
After the benediction an Opportunity
wag g-iven frjends to look for the last
time on the wen.ioved face and the
body was then conveyed to Nuuanu
Mr. Peterson's life In Honolulu was
marked by consistent integrity and
. throughout his residence he was re
vered as a man whose conduct was
strictly ruled by the religion he pro-
The simple service at the grave was
conducted by Mr. Turner. The follow-
Jng acted as pall bearers: Messrs. W.
,w. Hall, Jonathan Shaw, Edmund
iBenner, W. O. Carter, Harry F. Wich
man and Z. K.
SEA WOLF AEEESTED.
WASHINGTON, September 20 Cap
tain Alexander -McLean was arrested
Monday at Victoria, B. C, by the
Canadian authorities at the request of
the American Consul, acting for the
Department of Justice, under an indict
ment obtained more than a year ago at
San Francisco on a cnarge of con
spiracy- in fitting out the schooner Car-
mencita in violation of the sealing
laws. A telegram received at the State
Department today announcing the ar-
regtj gayg that the Carmencita had been
refitted ! under the. name of the Aca-
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puico, oi. aiiegea mexican registry, ana
with a -crew made up of men said to
De as cnoice a Dana oi roDDers ana
cutthroats as have manned a pirate
craft since the days of Captain Kidd. '
he search for McLean has proceed-
ed since May, 1904. His movements
have been known a greater part of
this time, but his course In his pelagic
sealing cruises has been conducted so
eleverly and with so sharp an observ-
ance of the letter of the law that it is
said, he has made, these very tech-
nicalities cover his alleged evasions of
the law For instance, he always has
been careful not to be found within
the three-mile limit' of the sealing xe-
serves .and, although an American,
carrying in large part an English crew,
he has not been registered under either
American or British laws. On'that
account -the reciprocal arrangement
FALL WE A
shall be the soft, lustrous PLAIDS,
CHECKS, STRIPES and NOVELTY
Anticipating the old lady, we order
ed early and are now showing an espe
cially pleasing line of the above goods,
offering fashionable Honolulans the
same shopping opportunities that their
mai"aJld '"a10 ovto-p
or a W.A.10X, a oxvUrtj. or a
DRESS you will be exactly suited here,
for we seldom hear one say, "I don't
fee just wat want. s' will have to
For LININGS and PETTICOATS, our
is by far the best material we have
yet carried at anything like its price,
55c. per yard. It comes in all colors,
is very strong and will not split nor
SELF CURE NO FICTION!
MARVEI UPON MARVEL! NO SDFFEREB
NEED NOW DESPAIR, bat without running a
doctor's bill or falling Into the deep dltcn of
quackery, may safely, speedily, and economic
ally care himself without the kuowledge of a
wcond party. By the introduction of the New
French Remedy, THERAPION, a complete
revolution has been wrought in thia depart
ment of medical science, whilst thousands have
been restored to health and happiness who for
years previously had been merely dragging out
a miserable existence.
THERAPION No. 1 In a remarkably abort
time, often a few days only, effectn a cure,
aupersedlng injections, the use of which doea
Irreparable harm by laying the fundatlon of
atrlcture and other serious diseases. ,
i THERAPION No. 2, for impurity of the
' Wood. scurvy, pimples, spots, blotches, pains
and swellings of the joints, pout, rheumatism.
s, etc. This preparation
purtflos the whole system through the blood.
and thoroughly eliminates all poisonous .matter
from the body. i
THERAPION No. S. for nervous exhaustion.
Impaired vitality, sleeplessness, and all the dis
tressing consequences of dissipation, . worry,
overwork, etc. It possesses surprising-' power
In restoring strength and vigour to thq. debili
chasers should see that tie word "Theraplon
appears on British Government Stamp tin
j Is sold by the principal Chemists tbrougaoat the
world. Price In Encland. 29 and 4. Pn'
e white letters on' a red rrnntidl affixed in n
package by iner of His Alajesty'a Hon. Com
missioners, and without which It Is a forgery.
It Is Cool . -
JUST THE PLACE TO
SPEND YOUR VACATION".
THE BEST OF EVERYTHING
All Sorts of Amusement,
Ail Hinds ot Kecreeiion,
All the Comforts of Home. !
Tickets and information at Oahu
Railwav station and Trent & Co.. or
ring up Haleiwa Hotel, King 53.
On Sundays the Haleiwa Limited, a
two-hour train, leaves at 8:22 a. m.
returning, arrives in Honolulu at 10:10
From 5c to $2.50
Only the Other Pay
THE LONG - LOOKED - FOR
STOCK OF '
IN ALL SHADES OF BRONZE.
ARRIVED, AND WE HAVE NOW
READY FOR YOUR INSPECTION
AN EXCELLENT ASSORTMENT
IN ALL THE NEWEST SHAPES.
We believe :
YOU WILL FIND J50METIKNG
TO YOUR LIKING; AND THE
WAY THEY ARE GOING WOULD
MAKE AN EARLY SELECTION
PRICES RANGE FROM
$12 to $50
H. F. WICHMAH & CO.,
JEWELERS. FORT STREET.
If you do, why not bring
your films or plates to us to
be developed and have prints
made. We do it cheaper and
better than you can have it
done elsewhere. We also sell
all photo, supplies including
all kinds of Kodaks and
Cameras. " 1 ' '
Boncilflln Photo Supply Co.
Fort Street Near Hotel.
We furnish everything needed in
the line of School Supplies at prices
which are remarkably reasonable.
HAWAIIAN NEWS Co , Ltd.
Young Building Store.
SHAD TXTJB ADVERTISER
WOILD'B WSWM DAin,
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v e arc uuering &pcciai maucements on these.
goods and you will be surprised at the very rea
A large invoice of Steel Enamelled Ware
in both White and Grey has just been opened.
Pacific Hardware Co.,
Fort and Merchant Streets.
1 1 csaggsCT
Remington Standard Typewriter
Eight models ranging in price from
$97.50 TO $150 00. Sold on EasylTerms.
A new line of
XT I C T O K! S A FE-S.
From $36.00 up on easy terms. Supplies for all office auto
matic machinery. Repairing a specialty.
Tel. Main 15. 72
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If your rooms are lighted by Electricity, your housework
is light, also your heart, likewise thestep of your husband.
Never hunt for a needle in a haystack. Turn on the
Electric Light and find the needle stuck in your bodice.
A tired man likes to rest where it is cheerful. He pre
fers Electric Light to an epigram any day.
MORAL: Use Electricity and Consult Us About Wir
ing as Soon as Possible.
HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO.
Office, King and Alakea Sts.
SnstainiDg Their Popnlarity
Our 40 gain in trade since we
introduced' these famous women's
SHOES is a marked demonstra
tion of how the women of Ho
nolulu appreciate high grade
footware at popular prices. Not
only are OUR SHOES the swell
est in point of fashion, but they
are the greatest wearers and
the greatest fitters made.
Every day new customers
are introducing themselves to
us. Are you with us in this
matter? Remember that there
are 22 different styles to select
from, in all kinds of leathers
Vici Kid. Patent Colt, Velour
Calf, etc. These SHOES are
made with GOODYEAR
WELTS and HAND-TURNED
Island orders given prompt attention
MANUFACTURERS SHOE CO., LTD.,
Of Hli kinds, 'ml
Lowes! Prices i
SAVPfil TC AC Nuuanu Street,
I CVl U OA O Just Mauka of Hotel
Formerly with E, R. Bath, has taken charge of tke
At 85 King Street.
'Phone, Main 390.
: : Sole Agent.
E. P. REID'S Famous
SHOES for Women
Phone Main 282.
1051 Fort St.