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HONOLULU STAR-BULLE' IX, TIIt-RSDAY, AUG. 8, 1012.
. Shipping-- 1
WO RELIEF FROM A.-H. STEAMERS
I PRESENT FREIGHT (INGESTION
The big freighters Jn the Ame ncari- merit of hemp, ropra, tobacco and
Ijawailan aervice cannot be counted cigars was placed aboatd for San
Upon to assist in the relief of the Fianehco.
.present congestion of freight that ' The Manchuria met with fine weath
iawaits shipment -from this city to the'f-r on the homeward trip according to
ports on Maui, Kauai and Hawaii. j r.ratements made by Purser Bourne,
"We have been annroaehed in the Ion arrival at Honolulu this morning.
matter of sending freight to island;
t ports in the steamer Virginian,1' stt
General Fn ight Agent C. 1. Morse
ofthe American-Hawaiian Line this
; ''We will not be able to accent anv
.local freight, as to do so -would great- the vesel at this port. Sixty eight
ly disarrange the existing schedules Jaj-anew many being picture bride?
upon which the freighters of this com- v.er landed at Honolulu today.
- pany operate, in the Pacific. : The Manchuria steamed Info the
"The Virginian brought a cargo of harbor this morning well down in the
, thirty-five hundred tons mainland water, the cargo measuring 10,22.".
j Cargo, in which is a large amount of tens.
. railway material for the Hilo exten-1 The pleasant weather permitted a
Sign, the steamer also carries in Phasing and varied program of deck
-transit a quantity of material for the sports, which was participated in by
Hilo breakwater." I fairly polly bunch of through pas-
"The vessel is at the railway, wharf, sngers. : '
where the Honolulu cargo U heing The Manchuria is to remain at Ho
'i removed as quickly us passible:" The nolulu until ten o'clock tomortow- at
Vcesel la to be dispatched for Kaana- which hour the vessel is to bej dis
,pa)l on Saturday 'evening, and while patched for San Francis-o, taking one
' llf, Morse luthnated that Uhv, vessel hundred and, twenty-five additional
; could carry; rnkil: fcr th.iajaiwrt,; can Panrs.
.)Ut locel'frelgfit or supplies cOuldnbt; Thc local.postal officials propose dts
? lift carried, and such- shipments as of-' Patching a large accumulation Qf.naaU
Jeered today have been declined. j to tbe mainland in-lljet ManchujrUv
i The American-Hawaiian steamship, ' t 1 : j '
iArizonanlsaUedlrrops'Jino ftcjay wtlK) Wails. Off for Island 'Ports. . !
over twelvetnoiitfend tons sugar.! Mails that have accumulated at the
This vessel was given several hundred
" tons preserved pineapples for Europe
flhdbe United Kingdom.
'" Frelaht v
Alakea whkrf.ls being. piled high to
daywith'a most, varied assortment, of
oriental 'merchandise, and quantities
of food stuffs and supplies'.
" The ! Pacific Mail liner Manchuria
which reached the' dock at 'nine
' : o'clock this moraine has sixteen hand I
i red tonsi for fllschargefiat; this iriort - Tie
ir ftllAWtamrJw Jtim t f nt th Itmloftd tn rsacka Of m
- tr-T- it-i"t--.. t m
irfants, V 65i cUia wipo, nyo ; 5jrt soik
; gs'or. cits of l-r
y. ! - -y, i t2"r.!:wA 'v I SieAtteJas, J lit. White-
5-:.vjiali. ? ""' -'" '' :-IV- ' j Wooru?c-; Through ?- Aft. Li Chao,
hn hnndnWtr M- Berkley, P. R.
T. destined for)lnts alohg'the coast ofif1"80",. n r11'' BU"Ve".
evening Jn.e.VMatson 'Ts" X'lZ;
r WilheJmina.liThlfl! Mft"- ,7DS8- Jy V
iven maJJuthat was, ;inUnt . Mr.-and.Mrs,' R f, .Hast
.: ; vessel has been g
. . fc to 'have" left" here, oa' Tuesday "j. and
V.nowheld.up because of a strike pre-
. ' railing among' captains and .mates in
,1 XhQ coasting steamer setylte.y, . .,1
Over .one hundred cabin - passengers
had been booked at the office of Cas-J
. Uft & HnnltA'at noon tbdav -and the
fLdlcatlons are that the Wilhelnftna
- will sail from Hackf eld' wharf for
Hllo direct with one of the largest
. 'lists of passenger " In; her history.
The linen Is scheduled Ho return to
Honolulu on-Sunday morning.
' Steamship Politician Steams for
Sail Pedro. "
1 Twenty-five hundred tons general!
European cargo .naving been
chkrged at-this port, the Harrison Di-
i 'Tecb Lin : freighter Pbliticlari! sailed
; for u San' Pedro, San Francisco and
' Victoria : at 10 o'clock this 1 morning.
9TY vtcrel titfivAf haro ttxma rloTfll
"ago with freight gathered at the Uni-
ted Kingdom and the Continent One
call was made at Santos, Brazil,
where a large amount of coffee des-jMrs. von Tempsky, Miss Perley, Miss
tined for the Pacific Coast was load' Wayson, Miss Gardner,. Mr. Allen,
ed. ' The Politician carried a good-jMrs. Allen, V. M. Giffard and chauf
sited shipment of preserved pineap? j feur, C. Barron, J. F.. Keator, Jr., J.
pies, which will be left at European
ports of call
Xnval Supply Steamer for San Ditjro.jW. Jameson, Mrs. Lauyer, O. Olsen,
The United States naval supply 'Mrs. O. Olsen, Miss Little, Miss Kea-
steamer Glacier is to be dispatched
for San Diego this afternoon, after
having remained at this port for some;
days past, during which time a!
quantity ,of provisions was transfer-1
red from the vessel to the two visit-! Mrs. Goodspeed, A. P. Schoen, Mrs.
ing cruiseis. The Glacier also took' A. P. Schoen. Miss Merz. Mrs.
on a quantity of coal, sutJcient to car- j Shields, Mrs. Eggleston, Miss Sloan,
ry her to the coast. At San Diego I G. . Taylor, J. Churchill, Miss
the Glacier will join the Maryland, Phleger, Mrs. Phleger, F. G. Jones.
Colorado and California. Fred. Wichman, Geo. Willfong, H.
1 Irwin, Mrs. Irwin and child. Miss
Fertlllier for the Coast. Merz, Miss K. Sherwood, Mr. Hughes,
A full load of fertilizer is being' Miss E. Duffy. Mrs. H. C. Simpson,
placed .aboard the American sc hoon-j Mrs. J. A. Doyle, Miss Iand, Miss
er William H. Smith and it is likely Wilkins. Mrs. T. J. Melanphy and
that the vessel will be dispatc hed for . child, Mrs. A. Q. Marcallino, L. An
San Pedro this afternoon. The Smith j drew, Mrs. L. Andrews. Miss M. V.
arrived here on July 12th with a con-4? Elmer, Miss IL Phillips. Miss L. A.
signment of lumber. Parker, Master von Holt, W. M. Gif-
, 4 a fard, Mrs. D. B. Wood. Miss Schaef-
Mancrjuria Brings Many Chinese.
Filipinos destined for the island -su
gar,-plantations to the number of 1?3
arrived this morning; steerage p.fs
Bengers in the Tarifit M;iii liner Man
churia. This vessel cali! at the ort
ot Manila while out in tin- Kast. and
remained there four ii. durina;
which time a re ord brrakina ship-i
0rJlCng Street cpp Union Grill
The Man?huria arrived at Alakea
wharf shortly after nine o'clock toay
with TO cabin, ."2 second class and r16
Asiatics steerage passengers. Of this
number ir. cabin. 6 second class and
i'77 Asiatic steerage passengers left
Jnostoffice and destined for.the islands
, st Unnrnil Hf mil 1 - I AVki LT mill
mi i jan cut, maul, uiuiunai auu ivtuc
were dispatched last evening. In two
specially chartered steamers.
The steamer James Makee' was
sent to Molokai and Maui ports of
call with a large amount of qprres:
pofldence and mall. The little coast
ing steamer J. A. Cummings was also
dispatched yesterday for Kauai, ports,
the vessel carrying allthe mall now
on hand at the postbffice for Garden
Island; points. , TvV; .'.'?.
MaUon Navigation liner Wil-
departing for: H11k direct j at
?his evening, will be sop-
one hundred and fifty
alVfor the Big Island. .
Ml 4ASaEyO5ga ABETTED j
K4en!r?l:.i Si-iiahrta, - fr6m
iahita;;:jlongk6ni:,:-? Japan '. norts f or
AAntAlWiUtt?ttti'jCr.tmr.1tf;ttl J W.
AcU6&nukeV'Ca4rrfit tl i letejrs
tsabel Hastings, Mrs! Jan See, Mas
ter Jung Gfee Hin, Master Jung Gee
How, Master 'Jung . Gee Joun, Lew
Gicig;. Dr. A. D. Loutham, Lt. T. H.
McConaell, P. C, Pon Chun, Pon
Jyi Master . Quan Chew, Quan Low
nung, wuock roy, Mr. ana Airs. n.. li.,
Shauer, Mrs. Wong Shee, F. G. Ar
n'ould, Dr. Ing Gustav Baum, O. W.
Bowen, Miss Laurel Derby, Mrs. R S.
Douglas, Miss Elizabeth' Edwards, 'L.
?K.Fawcitt, Mrs. IL K. Fawcitt, Mrs.
I A. T. de Forest, . Miss C M. de Forest,
JI. M. Isaacs, Mrs. C. P. Kelley, R.
Lenfesty.'W. D. McCHntock Miss ML
Martin, C. B. Munger, Gustav Oberg,
II. Staples Potter, wife and maid,;
ings, "blaster Wells Hastings. 'Miss
dls-fMrs. J. a. uaper, winy schneiwmd,
Mrs. S. M. Snyder, S. S.' Weiss. Mrs
Chester Wells, Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Per M. N. S. S. Wilhelmina, for
Hllo, August 8. H. von Tempsky,
A. Doyle, O. J. MacMillan, J. Yablon
sky, F. Bunn, Master C. Keator, Mrs.
Keator, Dr. Brown, Geo. Lloyd, F.
tor, Mr. Xickelsen, Mrs. Nickelsen;
Dr. Little, H. K. Martin, Master Jrs.
Martin, Mr. Lawson, Mrs. Lawson,
Miss E. Brown, Miss K. E. Brown,
Mrs. F. McAllister,
!er. Miss Pischel, Mr. Schaefer. C. E.
'Wright, F. Schaefer, Dr. Elliott. Mrs.
Kllidtt. K. J. Sampson, Mrs.
Sampson. Mrs. M. C. Duncan. J. B.
Castle, Miss Darsie. Miss Tay. Mrs.
Walker, Mr. Woodruff, M. L. Young.
Dr. Meinecke. Mr. (larston. Mrs. Gars
ton, Mr. IJooth, Mrs. Booth and child.
Miss H. von Holt. Mrs. von Holt. Mrs.
All business men of Hono
lulu, irrespective of political
party, are requested to attend
a meeting to be held
Friday, August 9th,
at 3 o'clock p. m., at the
Young Hotel Roof
for the purpose of receiving and
considering committee's report
and its recommendations with
regard to the coming elections.
K. I. SPALDING,
Chairman of Business Men's
Meeting held July 23, 1912.
VESSELS TO AND
FROM THE ISLANDS
(Special Cable to Merchants'
Thursday, August 8, 1912.
HILO Sailed, August 7, 6.30 p. m., S.
S. Enterprise for San Frahcisco.'
SAN FRANCISCO Arrived. AugUtt 8,
S. S. Hilonian from Hilo July 31. .
YOKOHAMA Arrived, August 7, S. S.
Persia hence July 27.
VICTORIA Sailed, August 7. S. S.
Marama for Honolulu!
S. S. SHINYO MARU docks at Ala
kea wharf Friday morning early from
San Francisco and sails for Yokohama
at- 4. p. m.
F. Kimble, Miss R. Kimble, Miss
Hamilton, Mrs. F. W. Taylor, Mrs.
Hough,. Miss O. Donnell, Master
Hough, Master A. Cleghorn, Mrs. W.
M." Giffard and maid and child, W. E.
Todd, 'Tdhtf Hind; Harold -Castley Miss
Elinor Castle," Miss E. Cross,' M. Fil
lef, Mr. Renfrew, Prof. E. H. Far
rfngton, S. W. Howell, Mrs. ST'W.'
Howell. F. C. Denkinger.'-Mrs. Den-
finder.1- ' ' -' (
Pr P. M. S. S. Manchuria for Sao
i-raricisco, August 9W. G: Irwin and
wife and" butler. Mrs. Scherrterhqrn
and' party (S), H. ' H. Ta-mmen and,
wife Ffed S: Knlghb, - Mrs-. ' 'W; O. I
Winch, Mrs: M. -A. Watertmry, Miss
HL' Bradford, Mrs. H. Eaton, J. M.
Hind- and wife, "Miss Margaret Hii-id,
Ilss Eya'-Hitd, Miss MaUd Hind,' Miss
G. Hohron, Mrs. F. L, Clark, daughter
and son, Miss.Ina Hughes, J. C. Ciir
tisR; Mist, Mrs. R. Es Bond, Rev.
Thos. G. Carroll, Miss Dora Wolters,
Carl Wolters, Mrs. Fred L. Waldrbn
and two sbhs. Col. Sam Parfeef and
son,' Miss T. Forbes, Miss F. Forbes,
Jr., Miss H. Forbes, Mrs. H. G. Dan
ford and two sons, E. W. Hedeman,
D. H. Hitchcock and wife, Masters
Hitchcock (3), Dr. W. D. Baldwin,
Miss Anna Kong, Alfred Edwards
wife and son, Miss Francis Bingham.
L. D. Gregg, wife and infant, Wm.
Williamson, wife and" infarit, Miss E.
Eames, Miss R. Joslin, Miss M. R.
Joslin, E. W. Carden, Mrs. Ellis, Mr.
Ellis, Mrs. E. R. Strongman, Mrs. B.
A. Helm, Miss J. E. Hancock, Miss
Francis A. Brown, Chas. W Lucas,
Miss S. Dernham, Miss Mitchell, Miss
M. O. Mitchell, Roy F. Benton and
wife, G. E. Stephenson, P. M. Hollis
ter, 'A,-F. Gay, Jim Parker, Miss J.
Phteger, O. M, Behr, H. L. Hewson
G. R McGrath,- Mrs. Wm. McGrath
Miss E. McGrath, Miss Sandow, Mrs.
A. W. McCormick, A. W. Heen, C. M
Turner and wife, Mrs. Ellen Ivers and
maid, Lieut. F. A. Cooke, Miss Mary
C.' Bbshard, Mrs. Major .McClure, H.
P.. Chapin, C. E. llgenfritz and wife
Mhs. Hannam, Mrs. Nickerson, Lieut
Nay lor, wife, infant and maid, F. M.
Sammis and wife, Mrs. G. E. Bryant
Master Henry Bryant, Master Chas
L. Coke, Miss Sylvia
Cornelia Wilder, Miss!W to iuoo teet. said Admiral aian-
Violet Wilder, Miss Parrish, Miss M
Wilson. L. S. Rand. W. S. Shindler.
Miss H. Rodemaker, Mrs. J. M. RodetakinS an' battleship
maker. J. P. McKinney, R. E. Gard-' 1
r.er, Mrs. L. li. Kerr and daughter,
Mrs. Harris, Mrs. J. F. Lewis and
maid. Hon. G. X. Wilcox. T. S. Lough-
lin, wife and child, C. E. Starratt
Daniel Jones, C. Slater, Fred Brown.
In the presence of their relations
and intimate friends Miss Magaret
Qninan and Mr. William Jamiesdn
were married by the Reverend Fath
er Stephen last night at the home of
the bride's aunt, Mrs. Macdonald on
The bride was attended by her sis
ter Miss Mary Quinan and the bride
groom was supported by his brother
Mr. Frederick Jamieson and Mr.
Mrs. .Jamieson is a daughter of Mrs,
Bernard Quinan of Halifax, Nova Sco
tia, and for the past six years has
made Honolulu her home.
Mr. Jamieson is well known in this
city, having lived here for several
years. At present he is an account
ant in the firm of Brewer & Co.
Sailing from Kahului on July the
American schooner A. F. Coates is re
ported to have arrived at Eureka' last
Tuesday. ; ;- ; .- , '.
miss quinan now
QUARREL OVER POSSESSION OF
THEATER LEADS TO WARRANTS
J. Leal and Carl Bredhoff Charged, With Assault and Battery
on Mr. and Mrs. Albert. Kischler Leal Denies That He
Struck the Woman
On advice of J. Alfred Magoon. at- j and declared that they were rightful
tcrney for Albert Kischler, present
tenant of the Chinese theater. Mrs.
' Kischler this morning swore out 3
warrant against J. Leal and Carl Bred
i hoft charging a. sault and battery, al
lesred assault having leen committed
. Wednesday morning in the Chinese
i Attorney Maeoon. who is president
.or the Honolulu Amusement .'o.. ad -
'vised Mrs. Kischler to swear out her
warrant against the two men after she
bad testified that Ieal and tlredhoff
, bad dragged her from the operating
room to the theater and that in order
; to meke her release her hand. Leal,
who is former chief of detectives had ; Kischler attempted to keep them
struck it with a screw-driver. I from re-entering the theater, ne
The warrants were served in the I claims that thev forced his hand
ccurt-room during the hearing on the from the doar, "making his hand pain
first charge of assault and battery pre-and his arms sore."
ferred by Albert Kischler against He swore out warrants for the trio
Henry Mid Carl Bredhoff and J. lieal-.cn an assault and battery charee.
The hearing on iho iirst charge
has beepr continued luitil tomorrow
morning wfien the secon 1 charge will
be tried with it.
According to the evidence tins:
morninir. Lea4 and the two r.rnihoffs
v ' - -
attended the theatre pe; for:wcrce on!
f icon a y ivfimifi auu ti ui trim oijiiever ueen "u,,vy OI laying nanus UD
the performance, refused to leave. ion that lady in any way, shape or
Kischler called Captain Baker, but he torm and never even threatened her
could not persuade the three men; with word or deed and as to dragging
who are connected with the Variety her about, hat,ia another tale that
Film Exchange, to leave the theatre, may be taken with a grain of salt."
That the men' who wear Un?le , favorable comment in service circles!
Sam's khaki here are in just as good, The troop left Waimea at 5:15 Mon
or. a little better, physical condition J day afternoon and marched to Scho
as their , brotbers-in-arms oversees, field Barrackws via the" Pali, a dis
aha that Oahu's climate had far from tance of 76 miles, arriving at the post
an enervating effect on men and at noon Tuesday. The troop marchf
mpuntsA has b,een proved by the sue- ed all night, being halted at intervals
cessfuj termination Wednesday , of. the of about three hours to allow the
ttarclfist' praqtiffe piarch eyer attempt-1 horses to rest and graze1 for fifteen
,ed here.,, In fact, there, are fpyv in- or twenty minutes. The men tok
stances of sucn strenuous" enJilrance jtwo sandwiches apiece and acanteen
tests in the .ary,' unless, in case' of, of cold coffeeiiand on this sltm fare'
tlrgehit rieceastrx. ... . i t finished, in excellent shapes -not a
A single tropj of the, Fifth CavaliTyi
Troop G, ;companded. hy(( Lieutenant
Parker,, mrcjed' Vfjles at a stretch;
without 1 .sleep i or extended . rest, ana
eyer' vtynj'jkYetjr 'ahi'mal' finished
tn 'perfect condition, the troopers cbm
pletfhg the test without even a mur
mur of complaint." It is a record for
the army here?-and nai3 caused" rnicn
Rear Admiral Homer Stanford,
chief of the Bureau of Yards and
Docks, who came here a month ago
to personally inspect the. work at
Pearl Harbor, gave an interesting
lunch-time talk at the Commercial
Club today, his subject being the
Pearl Harbor, drydock, and the diffi
culties which have been met and
overcome by the navy civil engineers
and the contractors.
While the details of the construc
tion are highly technical. Admiral
Stanford managed to convey his ideas
and observations in plain language,
which was easily understandable to
the layman, and when he was through,
many of his auditors, to whom the
drydock had been merely a name, had
a good w-orking knowledge of what
the government is doing on the new
"The naval appropriation bill will
undoubtedly be passed with the ap
portionment of the funds necessary
" extend the i'eari naroor nocK irom
ford. "It will then be the. largest
drydock . in the country, capable of
CITY ADVISED TO YIELD IN PAVING FIGHT,
BATTERY HARLOW'S PRACTISE SHOOT
PROGRESSIVES RULES COMMITTEE FAVORS
MATTER OF PRINCIPLE CAUSE OF STRIKE
JULY ARMY PAY AGAIN DELAYED,
BOAT CAPSIZED; FREIGHT LOST,
tOGAL-Y. M. C. A. JOINS "MILLION MEMBERS"
Are titles of news items that appeared
in this paper YESTERDAY-- twenty
tour hours agoand were given to the
public while they were news.
Mrs. Kischler went aynme, but
Kischler remained there with the trio
until morning when Mrs. Kischler
returned. Kischler It it his wife as;
his deputy and went to consult his
attorney. Mr. -Magoon.
It was during her husband's ab
sence that Mrs. Kischler declares
that the trio began to dismantle the
; proierties and to change the lock3
! on the door. It was then that she
'. claims the alleged assault made upon
. her by Leal and Brecfhoff took place.
j When her husband returned, the
j trio were on the outside of the door
j still working at the lock and when
Leal makes the following statement
regarding the trouble.
"I wish to say that 1 have the legal
right to hold possession of the build-
ing known as the Chinese theatre,
f.nrt in rpparH to tha cswtaiTri auoguii
- .u - -v v v vnv tJV m v Va 0Ot V
made upon Mrs. Kischler, I have
: -r r-
trooper having to drap out Qni& sad-
die pocket of grain, was takea . alor.1;
fon ach mount - . . f ,
The results of this inarch show that
theiQahu soldiers are in the Jbest of
;Cpndition, and. that both. ;the Iffe and
the (Climate at Schofield ,tend to keep
them fit enough for the. hardest, test
should they be called oh to make it;
, Adniirai Stanford1 explained the
meth'dds of mlxihg the concrete; and
'told'' of 'the trouble in laying1 It under
water by the Tremfie niethoif' which
the engineers had to contend Vith. He
saidvthat a satisfactory concrete had
now been found, after long' experi
menting, and that the work would
proceed from now on as rapidly as
"The use of Coast sand in the con
tion somewhat, and may add as much
as $50,000 to the cost, but-it is a
necessary change," said the bureau
Those who sat at the guest table
with Admiral Stanford were Fred L.
Waldron, president of the Commer
cial Club; Willis H. Booth, who led
the Commercial Club expedition to
the Orient two years ago; E. I. Spald
ing,. Civil Engineer Gayler, U. S. N.;
A. Gartley, John M. Young, S. G.
flindes, president of the San Fran
cisco Bridge Co., and Walter F. Dil
lingham. MRS. AYRES WITHDRAWS
APPEAL FROM SENTENCE
The appeal of Mrs. Ayres from tho
verdict of the district court, which fin-
ec her $1" and costs on the charge of
assaulting her husband. H. M. Ayres,
was withdrawn by the defendant's at
torney this morning.
to r I n fan to
Physicians Prescribe Casio ria
C ASTORIA has met with pronounced faror on the part of physicians,
pharmaceutical societies and medical authorities. It Is used by physicians
with results most gratifying. The extended use of Carftoria is unquestionably the .
result of three facts : 1st, The indisputable evidence that it is harmless ; 2nd,
That it not only allays 6tomach pains and quiets the nerves, but assimilates the
food ; 3rd, It is an agreeable and perfect substitute for castor oil. It is absolutely
afe. It does not contain any opium, morphine, or other narcotic and docs not
stupefy. It is unlike Soothing Syrups Bateman's Drops, Godfrey's Cordial, etc
This is a good deal for a medical journal to say. Our duty, however, is to expose
danger and accord the means of advancing health. The day for poisoning; Inno
cent children through greed or ignorance ought to end. To our knowledge, Cas
toria is a remedy which produces composure and health, by regulating the
vtm not hv stunefvinxr it -and our reader ura entitled ta th-informn.tmn-
Hair Journal of Health,
Tour CMtori Und first ia ita clam. In my
thirty jtnn of practice I can m 1 never hare found
inytMng Out go Cited the place.
Wolia Bxuioirr, X.
M I hataacd your Castorta In tha caae of my own
baby and find tt pleaaaz4 to take, aod have obtained
excellent malia frcw lta use." , ;
8. A. Bccaanax, M.' IX,.
I take pleaatxrt la recooimeadlnjToor Caatorja,
baving Recommended lta nm Is many tnatanceai and
consider it the beet UxaUve that could be aaed,
papecially for children. " '-,
XfeTaaJiuuk K, Ezxa, M. Dn St. Loaia, Mo.
Children Qr y far
-'.''! e '
$5 PER ROLL
FLANNELS and ONCCE$
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BottLed In Eon c
TP A HiF?
W. C. Peacock & Co., Ltd.,
Wine and Liquor Merchants,'
Merchant Street, near Fort Street
and C hildron.
I br ltcd joar Cutorim sad f oaa4 It aa
txreik-nt remedy ta my bonaehoid aat privat
prscticaforiaaaiTvars. Tha rSnaolali tictnent,
IL" J7 Tatt, ir.TJ' -'.
I find your Carter! te'b astudard fiiblty
reaedy. It la the beat thlnf for t&faatt and chit
drea I hat erer iaown and I recommend It
X. . iS4UMox, M.IX,-
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.. "lUvtn: dartnf tat paat Jx yeari preacri bed jonr
Caatoria for lafantik etooaca diaordera, X noat
heartily commend lta nae. The furjau'a contains
aothlcx daktrrtoni to tbe cXyitfeJcstQt children.
' , j:RTCLUOTr,at.IX, SavTcrkClty.
t?letch d b Cto b torla.
OF 40 YARDS
cleaned, by bad id V Fre ncJi method.
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