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modation. Complete information as to Hotel Rates, Steamship and
Railway Tares on file.
kTlae Man With the Hoe"
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ready for mailinc and will be found
of gicat value to the planters of
Seeds, Plants and Trees
This Catalogue is the finest we
have ever issued and will be mailed
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It Vai cortalnly n good mossoDRcr
who brought tlio tiewn to your lioiud
ttiat Ajtt'i Siriirllli make tlio
blood rich and roil.'' Tlili mcani
to much tn tlioto who tiro tliln, )mlo,
fecbto, wcnV, and ncrvoin. After
Aycr' Satsaparllli liai cured you,
cany tlio glad message, to a friend or
Perhaps ynn mtlTcr frotn tlio effects
ofavrnrrn cllmatq. l'rilonged warm
wontlicrscrtiiliitly Impahitho strength
of many people. Tlio ingestion Is
loW, ttilj t!jb liver bccOmis ilugglth.
lmjinrltjei (n tlio blond aocurnnlats
and caijib tliaf feeling of doruhcarted
ncu nbd deprostlon.
Is ot tlio Kn"al't no In rtch cases.
Hit pifrlf.vinif, kticiitliiMiii',;, and ti
lnUlllnj: ! ) riici will bj c.t lliosll
lilablc rilni t i j it.
A tnnr in 'i '.'' fittria-
)ntil,'l I i i i i - tthiihnl
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KINO EDWARD AND QUEEN ALEXANDRA
LONDON', Ung, Mnrch 20. - In
uptto of denials in tlio circle of thu
King's friends It Is well Known Unit
Kdnitrd VII is In a Mnto nf health
ulilch Is caiiRltiK fir.no nnxlcty l'ur
j cars tlio KIuk lias gone llic puce
steadily, nnd "suddenly, jilmo.it with
out warning, the lirnko wlilcli cim
trols tlio ncro forto hi mapped nnd
tlicro Is serious Iroulilo Tlili was
tho dcllnltlon of lili. oid tlim v.'IiIjIi
wns gton one d ly tills cel. by n
Rrcnt specialist who was pilwitcly
summoned to a cmu.iiltiillon nt Uuclv-
InRhnm I'nlaco icicntly. Ills MnJcE-
tj has worn himself out no oik
would bo guilty of nnjlni; with dissi
pation but at Icnit with n contlnu-
our good time
On tho day when tho King opened
Parliament no one who listened to
bis speech eer thought he would bo
ahlo to got through with It, but tlio
llrltlsli presi, renllzlng IiIh olijeillon
to nil) Insinuation that his health
was not whut It might be, rcfrnincd
Tho nonos of his throat are to
limp thnt his phhltlaus hno con
dcnincd him to sllcuic for nt leas'
two Iiouih a day. Ho may dilvo.
wall, or sit in tho open during th.it
time, liut on no iicriiunt must h
speak To condemn the King to fl-
Icuce Is II lie condemning him to eter
nal torture. Ilia oncrg) Is Immense
This makes him a to lug and dim
cult patient, for ho Is ncer happy
unless ho Is rampaging somewhorn oi
the center of n llvclj irowd, wlt'i
wit, be.utt, and iluiriii dancing it-
tendanco upon him.
I AnierU.in women will make thing
n h gay for him 'as they nlwnB do at
llllanllz or Mnrlcnliad. Consuclo.
Duchess of Manchester, one of tho
few women wlib noor pall on tho
King, will ho rend) to take a morn
ing walk with li tm. which, no doubt,
will bo enjojed In silence. Then she
will nlMi pla bridge In the ruining
with tho RoNcrlcgn of Great llrltaln
M. E. SILVA
Undertaker and Embalmer
All busineic entrusted in my care will reoeite
prompt and pilite attention. I have a parlor
where funeral services can be held or bodies kepi
1120 TORT BT. JP. 0. BOX 62!
THONE 170. NIGHT CALL 101
There is no milk made today that
js so good in quality, purity, or flavor
Thcrs is no milk that is so good
for household use; and SUNNYSIDE
costs less than any of the best con
densed milks. .
. H. Davies & Co., Ltd,,
Holy wok sorvlccs:
I'nlm Sunday C nnd 7 n. in , low
masses with holy communion; 0 a in.
mnss with singing and Imgllsh uui-J
inon, 10:30 n. m , blessing of tlio r.ilms
nnd High Mass; 7 p. m , rortugueso
sermon nnd buuodlctlon of tho 1)1. 8ni
Mnundy Thursday 7 n. in , I'nntlllo
nl High MasH with Holy Communlou
and tho blessing of tho Holy Oils; 3
p. m., washing of tho feet; 7.30 p. in ,
rortugueso sermon with bviicdlctlon.
Oood I'rlday (Fast da)) a a. in
Holy Sorlco with tho Kinging of til"
Passion and Adointlon of thu Ilol
CroHsr 3 p. in, imlho sermon nnd
Stations of tho Cross; 7 p. m , Stations
of tlio Cross1 In Portuguese; S p. in
Kngllsh uormnn o ntho.I'nsslon,
Hatprday (Fast da) 7 nvm , bless
lug of tho Klto, tho Itnitlsiu font nnd
tho Holy Water. Hearting of the
I'rophcclCH, I.ltanlcH and High Mush.
I'nstcr Sunday fl and 7 n. m., low
masses with Holy Communion: u a.
in, mass with singing and English
sermon; 10:S0, solemn High rontlflcnl
Mass (Orchestra and clioli); 3 p. m,
conflrniatlnn; 7 p. in , I'ortugueso se;-.
mini nnd Ilcncdlctlon of tho III. Sac
N.ll. At all tho bcrlcps of KnBtc-r
Sunday n collection will bo taken up
for tho hcnvflt of tlio C'hmcb.
Central Union Church Dlblo school
at 9.50. Men's l.ongun lllblo Class
nt 10, Morning Worship nt It; com
munion sorvlco and reception of now
members, ncrmnn by tho minister, nn
them by tho chorus choir, offortory
solo: "Palms", Mr Wlchmnii. Chris
tian Kndoavor nt fi:30. Kvenlng sei
vlco nt. 7;q0; last of tho Sunday oven
lug I.cnton lectures hy tho lnlnlstcr
undor thu auspices of tho Men's
League, subpoct "Koaliilng Immortal
ity." Special musical niimlxrs: An
them, "Sweot Is Thy Morcj, Uird",
solo, Mrs. Mackull (ttobcrts),
Condi mutton will bo ndmlnletoicd nt
St. Andrew's C.ithcdrnl tomonow
innnilng. Tho I'ulm Sunday anthem
will be,: "Fling Wldo the Oates" from
Staiuor'n "Ciuclflxlon " In tlio oven
Ing Illshop Rcstarlck will deliver tho
last of tho I.cutcu series of lectures on
tno ApoMies i rcLii. ino snujeci win
bo "Tho Holy Catholic Chinch," nnd
tho Illshop will touch upon Christian
About a seir ago T.. A. Sodorcrrn, ft
ilniRRlit, wroto us from CnlHway, N
hmskn, tint lio had a scrlnus mr of
kidney Ot'i'nKn anil that liH pli ulclnil iltd
not offer lilm n-ncli rncourngomfnl. II
ridlrcil ti liut I'ulton" Itrnal CoinpouiKt
In Kloik fur hh omt cuno nnd If he got
iikiiHh ho would pell It tn other. 11
wroto scleral time for ailvlce, showlnc a
ery oliMtlnato note. Ho now write: "It
Is now ten month since I beg-in uslnic
tho comjotiiiil( unil although my case hn
been er- nbxtlnnte, It ecm to hao fin
ally jleldtil tn tho treatment. I liao no
doubt rtiultH would hao been obtained
soomr had I not kept nt work."
(Duo to tlio rcKultit obt lined In this
caso our ngtncle wcro iiromptly accepted
in Callinny and tho ndjolnlnic town )
flmply nnother casu of kidney trouble
In wplrli tho InlUinod kldneja refused to
Ittpond to tho futllo old-tlmo Kidney ex
citant nnd that after nil olsa bud failed,
yleldtd to Fulton' lleinil Compound, th
lrt nnd only emollltiit for InllAmtd kid
in). Inltiinmatlon of tho kldnej, cen
In It advanced forma, 1 now curable
Bend for lltcnitnre.
John J, ruiroN co,
212 First S(rtet, San lYanclsco.
Honolulu DniB Co,-rort Street, nro our
Mile local nitiiiM. Ask for Ill-Monthly
iiuueun oi lato recoveries. si
TRIPLET EQQ TO
TRIS HEN'S CREDIT
QRKCNWICII, Conn., Mnrch 10.
Flank 11. Sands, of Mount Kisco, who
scllsfntm products In Greenwich,
came to town this morning with an
egg story that beatB anything ever
He Is tho owner of snmo nt tho
flnost I'lMuouth Hock hens In tho
One of his joungor brood passed
out of tho non-producing stngo a few
days ago and began hor llfo work.
Tho llrBt egg was a wondor. Not
onl) was It larger than any Mr.
Sands had ever seon, but tho ends
woro nbout equally rounded. Mr,
Sands decided tho egg was too largo
to market at tho usual price, and
that ho would keep It for table use.
Tho next morning ho had tho
5 01U1R I'l mouth Hock's eggs for
breakfast. Ill caking the shell enre
full), Mr Sands found nnnthor per
fect!) fin mod egg. Thin second egg
was brol en nnd a third cgG of thu
usual size was revealed.
BEAKY STREEr ABOVE UNION SQUARE
JUST OPPOSITE HOTEL ST. FRANCIS
EUROPEAN PLAN Sl.iO A DAY UP
AMERICAN PLAN $3.00 A DAY UP
q A niw ("own town hotil. Stitl and
trlol sliutlurs. Furnlthid at a coil el
$150,000. Entj confirt and conttnl
en. On car lines Irantfinlnz to all
parts of ell;. Omnibus meets all trains
Now recognized as Hawaiian
Cablo Address "TRAWETS."
Old-style straight Ken
tucky Hourbon. Conti
nental was tho favorite
of tho Southern gentry
of "befoah tho war" pe
riod. 'A good, honest,
frlondly old whiskey .'
W. C. Peacock
& Co., Ltd.,
MAGOON & WEAVER
188 MERCHANT STREET
Real Properly. Law and Land
And Catering Particularly to the
Meal Needs of Families.
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