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t HONOLULU STiC&BULETIN',4nUn8DA AUG20; 1911 ' . '
By GEORGE FITCH
We are determined . to
- supply only an absolutely
- pure, healthy milk, and
..with this end in View we-
'are f proceeding on the
theory that It Is Impos
sible to be too careful In
' the feeding and care of
our ; herds and' In the
handling and treatment of.
our, milk.' : ; -, -
-Our cows are periodically -
Inspected by the Territo
rial Veterinarian, and per-;
feet ; cleaniness Is main-'
i talned ? In" every -depart-.
ment. : '..'' . . y;.r.y.
On receipt of the milk at
our depot, and before Its
, distribution ' to our cus
V tomers. It Is treated by a,
scientific electric purify
Ing process, ' : - -. ; '
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Memorial day is tbe first spi Ing holi
day of the year and Js Tetfonied with,
jojous shouta by millions of Amrfcaa
citizens because of the splendid op
portunity which it offers for track
meets.' double-header baieball game
automobile races, motor boat regattas,
boxing matches,; marathons, golf tour
naments and aeroplane meets, v : ;
This would indicate that Memorla!
day was invented for the purpote of
making it impossible for us to forget
our glorious outdoor spirits. This is
not true, however. It was originally
tef aside as a day for the nation to
remember, andhonor the . men who
thought sol much more of their coun
try than they did of themselves that
they consented to die for it for 113 a
month, with a possible penrlon for
their widows and orphans if. there
should be any money left in the Unit
ed Slatee treasury after the Congress-,
men tot " through; building- political
postofflces. v , t i . ' :
; : The' real official sporting 4 event von
Memorial' day, therefore,1 la , the ,one
In "which large number ofmen aver
aging 70, years of Jage Uy to see how
many blockr they can march behind
the ;flfe and drum - before jthey," drop
out to -rest Jt. still : draws,; a large
audience, to, the, disgust of. the; sturdy,
young Marathon runner , who! 'could
bat the whole bunch In Relays,
.ThQuaands of peoDle go to the ceme
teries on Memorial ; day and ; strew
flowers on - the ,- graves of the soldier
dead. v Among : these people; however,
we j-eldom -find the horrifled watch
dog of the trearury : who .live r to radd,
ur the 'pension totals , with shrieks of
woe "and to figure out liow manyl'bat
tleshlos. public ? buildings and EDeclal
commissions couia; De,securea ai, mo
i The voyage of the motor ship Se
landia' has been followed with much
interest in England; It Is the ' first
passenger and cargo vessel which has
made, so', long a journey entirely inde
pendent of the use of steam power.
The voyage just ' completed covered
21,500 miles:.-- r,-.. ,-,' .
The Iondon press recently contain
ed; the following, comment: ; : :
In spite of the fact that the vessel
embodies many, new principles . and
was strange to Its engineers, only one
slight " adjustment ,of . the . exhaust
valves, involving fifteen minutes', rest
for the eneines, was found necessary
during the. entire trip! In all matters
of f uel consumption, ; ase of .maneu
ver, and,-general behavior tne vessel
far exceeded expectations. Very few
alterations In design" are. suggested by
the exnerlences of ithe, enelneers on
the maiden trip, and these relate "chief
ly ,to the heat radiated from the ex
haust, which' affected the temperature
of the eneine' room. The trouble has
been corrected on the Selandia by the
installation V of- suDDlementary fans
and ventilators: and: will be avoided
in future boats by the natural cooling
: old soldiers and their families could
tht mercifully removed to a . better
'land. 'Nothing makes one of Jthese
an old soldier tottering down the
street in a Memorial day parade in
the; full enjoyment of a $12 a month
pension -when all he ever dls to earn it.
was to sleep; out of doors ; f or ' a few
years 'and get shot at ' not to exceed
..'j Memorial r day, however, is a good
day on which to remember that most,
of these indignant patriots : or their,
others stayed at home 4uring the war
and ' harassed the-enemy "chiefly r by
making faces ' at; It .500 mues in tne
rear. ; - ''- -On
Memorial -i day- we should : also
remembei: that if 500,000 men loved
this country,: well , enougn f io t casi &
vote : or two each) year entirely ;free
of charge. f :' 'i':
f of the exhaust chambers above decks.
f "The fuel consumption fell - consid
erably! below ' that s estimated, by V the
builders. -'On the; home voyage the Se
landla averaged ten nautical miles " an
hour on r consumption a 85. tons' of
oil a day, and the charge of Bornean
oil f taken on board at Singapore is
confidently i asserted to be sufficient
for the round Journey. The . owners
find that suitable: oil can be purchas
ed at much more treasonable rates at
Singapore than in: any : European port.
The oDehine uo of all gears and bear
ings at Copenhagen-on the, conjpletiop I
of the round journey iahd.! the iinspec-l
lion oy Laoya s .representatives -m, iuai
port showed . that everything, was I in
perfect order, and that: no? partrf iad
surrerea 'unaue strain; ;?rne lempea-
Uure of the. water cooling,the -cylinders
ftt 'nm timft erceeded 40.6 desrrees Cen
tlgrade.. although 53 degree's had been
previously established as a working
maximum' ) ; v : ' ; ' J' ' '
- In' the' opinion of the chief engineer
pf the Selandia tne motors are greatly
superior to; the "steam engine for. ease
of control and working. : "I p see mo
reason whatever!" he remarked, "why
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Tom. StanHARP gws
fo r I nfo ntC' Ond C h i Id n J
parcporic or laudanum to make
andfew Aropt too many will produce the sleep from which there la
nqwaklnfir. "Many are the children who have been killed or whose health has
been ruined jfor life by paregoric, laudanum and morphine, each of which is a
narcotic product Of oninm. . Dru?its a.r nmhfKttA
,.. ..... '--.-do-"T -
narcotics named to children at all, or
and produce deep, but which in poiaonou doses produces stupor, coma, convul
sions and death," The taste and smell of. medicines containing opium are dis
gnised, and sold under the names of "Drops,,, ()rdials,w Soothing1 Syrups
eta; Toa'jshould not permit any medicine to be eiven to vour rhliaron wt'thnnt
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man Ailment of 'chtlAmt wftK ...t.
inoa ailments of 'children wftii rA ,-,
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AM la .VU '.VI -1 Attl.
"la the father of; thirteen children I certainly
know omethies about your great Wdiclne and,'
aaida from m'-r nanimii, .tUa. t v t
' w . I " 'J m Jim
my yean of pmolee. foood Caatorla & inalai and
J. HcCaAM, M.D.,
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C h j Idreri- Cry- f or- Flotchor'o Caotorlo.
jll linUs e SoTp.y e r3 WyroM
high-speed' motor, ships .should be .-not
only ' posslbl, butforthcoming Jn I a
yery .short space of time'-
- so. suecessrui nas tne voyage or tne
Selandia proved i that the Danish .East
Asiatic Co. has placed an 'order for
three "other motor . ships : of greater
tonnage. It Vis reported .'that -a sister
ship to the Selandia has recently been
sold to . one of.the principal . German
steamship companies. - ' . v .. '
-' In . this connectiom It is interesting
to note that ; it ' is stated a . royat com
mission of scientists and experts is to
be appointed , m- the United Kingdom
to consider 'the introduction ;of 5oil Jfuel
or of beayy-oiiQt6rs Inter the Brit
ish Navy-V The function of vthe vcom
mittee will be purely advisoryi-i-From
Consul General ohatvlivGriff ithS
LondonEng. v7 !
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WASHINGTON,; D. cL Aug. 9.DrI
the National Museum,. the happiest f
man in, America.-; He has a sklnk. It
came; yesterday and! was not brought
by the stork, but -by Mr, Wood, a we
known taxidermist, h who found It in
Florida! . ; ---iv .. , ;;-.-uy
mother thought lurhtU mm wiM
it sleen. : These drum wilt nroHnrv.
" t uMiu wi uig
to" anybody, without labelic them I
S4eJUt - vCoatoriii
m mc rid C a at or I hi
t find yoar Cartorla la Terr beoeflcial la e
treaUaent of children'a aUmenta.M '1 -
''-;iS Cbfeajo, Eg,
I ohjeto'what We
wher maker alone knowa what atoff la pat In them,
but I know the formnla of yoor Caatorta and adriaa
fta nae tn proper caaea. I judge it to be a Terr naa-
foJ, as well aa hirmleta family Btedldne. ' "
'- -v' N. B. Sizta, it. ,
.The sklnk Is not awell,-it Is need
less to: sayas his namewould Indi
cate; He does n6t belongs to the : cat
fa inlly. His scientific name. Is Leos epa
reynoldsL .The sklnk is ' like an elon
gated lizard. ; He has : four legs . which
he does not 'use, they having; become
paralyzed from the lack of exercise. , 4
: ThereforaDr. Steneger claims that
the. sklnk Is a Stand-patter and not a
Progressive.'- He gets his food by ly
ing in', watt, with. hls -sticky ."tongue
extended, tor sometmng to come along.
He lives by waiting and hauling In.
The . skink's remote ancestors - walk
ed. The present day. specimen walks
not, nor, does he fly, but twlms In the
sand, where -he lives. -.'y
i The only resemblance of f the sklnk
ti the ball moose: is: that: he dlve
The" moose is fond .of - certain i roots,
and to - get them, he throws -himself
headlong .into' lakes. Thfr skink "cllves
In the- sand : f or Insects"-, . ' , r '
From I the ' standpoint "of the" &ien-.
tists this skink is Interesting becausa.
he , resembles the sklnks found in Per-
sle i( and the , ; Mediterranean making
the bid world, and the new4 closer kin.
Glbbs I notice you Invariably keep
your seat In a crowded car. Dlbbi ;
Certainly. .That's . only; standing up
for'my rights ' ;. . :4 "h.
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