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nvnsixo nm.i.nTis, Honolulu, t. ii., SATt'nn.w, may 22, i&od.
for Infants and Children.
Physicians Prescribe Castoria.
fASTOKIA lias met with pronounced fuvor on tlio part of physicians,
pharmaceutical societies and medical nuthmltics. It Is used by physkians
Willi refills iiiot rallfiiij. Tho extended ma of Oastoriu. W unquestionably the
result. of three fui-U : litt, The indisputable eudence, that It Is harmless; Unci,
TI1.1t it lint only allays stomach pains anil (pilots the nerves, but assimilates the
food; ilrtl. It is un agreeable nnd perfect sobstltuto for castoroll. It Is absolutely
jfe. It does not contain any opium, morphine, or other narcotic and does not
ttupefy. It is tinlike (toothing Syrups, llutemau's Drops, Godfrey's Cordial, etc.
Tills Is a good deal for a medical Journal to suy. Our duty, however, Is to expose
danger and record tho means of advancing health. Tim day for poisoning Inno
cent children through greed or Ignoranco ought to end. To our Knowledge, Cas
toria Is a remedy which produces composure and health, by icjrulaling the
system not by stupefying If und our readers aic entitled to tlio I iformutlon.
IlalCt Journal of Health
Your Caatorla itanu flrtt la It claM. In iny
Itilrlj )ara of practlct I cm Bay I never hare round
aujttilDg that to filled tb place.
WllXUM UtLUOXT, M. I).,
(,-ikj:-u tot' pt'imliio
t .n: or.it
t li v ul )nn- r "-i. ', ai.l found it an
rxiclliiil ruiiHij 1. . , .vi aiul prlrat
(1rkCt11.cI0tu1.11j join. T. li .uiLlalariccllriit."
1: J ..-r. Si. 1) ,
Lrootijii, :;. r.
I flnil your Ocalorla In li itanitaril fatal!
tf mod. It U ttiu brat tu 114 for Infajta ao.l chu
driu I hare urer kuown and I recommend It,'
k. K. KKluox, 31. 1) ,
' IUrlng during the pait all jc an pmcrltwd jour
Caitorla for Infantile tlnmarh (liaordera, 1 moit
lit-artll commend ita UK. The formula contalna
J. 11. itxlorr, 11. v., Heir York Clij.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria.
M 1 hire owd your CMtorla la tb ctieof my own
baby and find It pleasant to takr, in J haro obtained
exulkDt rcaolu from In dm.
B. A. UicnirsAK, M. D..
I taka plearare In recommending yoar Caitorla,
baring recommended 1U u In many lnstanm, and
consider It the belt UxatWu that could b uicd.
itptclally for children."
Natiiamiil K. Kmo, M. D.. St. Loala, Mo.
In Use For Over 30 Years.
THEY HAVE COME
1 1 win Cup Race
May 22: Cavalry vs Nf 0 II.
May 22: Marines vs lnrt
23: Irwin Cup.
May 22: Mnklkl ('.round.
Mny 31: lloge Open
Jims 11: V. M C A.
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Cricketi Mm ch
The Hawaii II was brought
around front Pearl Harbor yester
day afternoon nnil made fast along
side of Allen i Itohltu-nn's wharf.
Messrs. Harry and Chan. Wilder,
lllll Stnud, Merle Johnson, .1. V.
Chapman and Alex sntled the nchl
up and made good tlino on the trip.
The Hawaii II will not take part In
the race for tho Irwin cup, but will
keep to the windward or the other
achts. Certnln chnnges are being
made In the amount of hnltnst the
Hawaii II is to carry, and It Is
thought thin by trying her out un
der dlffeient conditions the best pos-
plble tcsults will lie nlitnineii
The Hnwnll I will be in tomor
row's rate, and Alec Lyle will lie nt
the tiller, mid with her big litmdl
cap of fir. minutes she ought to lie
able to do something good. The
race tomorrow promises to be n ery
close one. nnu me various snippers ,, ,, Bami -v bunrh of twenty
each nre feeling confident Hint , ,,,, ia(1 prprn'.,! to turn out,
theirs Is tho band which will steer , m ireniy lw ,,., ine ,,,.
the winning boat across the line, i n,ckeiJ ,iy Mc(WrH. Anderson und
Jnpanese sampans have been en-OWI1 f HOmo hwre cricketers roll
gaged In sail out early on Sunday ,, 1(V wm hfl ml(M , ,,, ,.,.,..
motnlng and niichor. one off the en. ;en, ttamiIi ,, rvi.r1)0,v rnn he
tinme to Pearl Hurbor and the oth- ( Mrf) nf K(,nB a Bnnip ,llU nf,,r.
er orr KOho lienu. inese sainpniis
will carry large Japanese flags nt
At frtuk ki
The cijfket match tit Maklkl this
That the Chalmers-Detroit ears
have proved more popular this ear
with engineers, mechanical experts,
and men of great wealth than nn
other medium-priced ears on the
market is tho claim made by Ilnrrj
Murray of the Associated Oarage.
"Men who arc motor ear educat
ed and who ho.e means to buy any
cars th- want, are the most liberal
patrons of medium-priced Chalmeis
Detrolt cars," said Mr Murray yes
terday In talking oer the selling
problems of the automobile dealer.
"Among the engineers who hnt
bought Chalmers-Detroit cars mn
tie mentioned Oo. I:. Ilelvey of
Hamilton, Ohio, the designer of tho
famous Corllm engine: J. (I Vin
cent, head of the Inventions De
partment of Hie llurroiighs Adding
ANOTHER SHIPMENT 0
The motorcycle that i. noted for its Simplicity. Durabili
ty, Stiength. rower rud Speed.
The economy of the motor bicycle npacals to all. Its
cost of maintenance and operation is so insignficant as to
make motorcycling the most economical form of transpor
tation known today. When you stop to consider the vast
amount of recreation and pleasure obtained at such low
operating cost, it is not surprising that motorcycling is
steadily cainintr in public favor And when you brinn;
to these conditions a. machine that is psrfect in construc
tion, and dependable under the most severe service condi
tions, there can be little cause for wonder that the "R-S"
Motor Bicycle ''as Kaincd such a strong held on public
Call and see our new stock or send for a catalogue.
E. 0. HALL & SON, LTD.
1 UU HdVC cncc 0f moving a
desk and finding hills of dust and
colonies of cockroaches underneath.
Not particularly good for your health.
Our new sanitary desks don't hug
the floor. They are as convenient and
hold as much as the ordinary desk.
Come and see them.
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
Limited - Office Furniture Dcpt.
Immense new ship
ment just arrived. All
colors, weights and
widths. In tolls and
Hawaiian News Co.,
PIONEER PAPER HOUSE.
MRS. ROSENBERG. YOUNG HOTEL
And all California fruits and vege
tables in season on Friday's Alameda.
the masthead, and its the sunburst
bunting can be seen nt n grcnt ill
tnncc the jacht tiklppcrs will lie
able to pick up the inarkB very ens
ll Knth captain of the nchls en
gaged In the tnce has been provided
with n marked chart showing the
courte nf the rate. It Is from the
entiance of Honolulu to Kokn Head,
thence In the entrance of I'eail Har
bor and hack to the stalling point
via the bell buoy
: :: n !
Polo . Piu ciice
There will be another po:o prac
tice at Moannlun this afternoon, and
us nt least bcven plnjers will be
preeent, there Is every chance of n
leul game being played even If on
other man does not roll up. a thrve-mnn-a-slde
game can be plned, and
the odd man can relieve now utid
Ocorgc Dcnnlson, Dob Shingle,
John Fleming, Dr Irwin, H. 11.
Lewis, Herbert Dowsett mid Dr.
Ilaldwln have all stated that they
will bo present for it game this aft
ernoon, and a mote likely bunch of
good plnjers It would bo hard to gel
loKcthcr lit short notice. It Is pos-
I slblo that one or two more men mny
turn out this afternoon for u gamo,
and It Is to be hoped so, as tho more
pin) ers we Iiiinu tho keener the In
terest In the King or Sports will be.
The Moamilua ground Is In fine
bhape now; the grans Ik wonderfully
green and the turf just in that
springy condition that makes the
'enlniz sltiililv nerfeet for tho noil-
lea. The natural formation of Mo-
innliia Is such that a game of polo
can bo watched from tho surrt-und-Ing
heights which form a natitinl
nmpltheater, and when tho ground
Is encircled by automobiles and car
riages a prettier sight would be hard
to tlnd In all tho world over.
Tho l.ellcliuit ofllcers will bo down
lit Mounuluit this afternoon, und no
doubt tho will size up the form of
the Honolulu plueis fairly accu
rutel, and later on will be able to
aall themselves of tho polnteis
gained. There Is going to bo some
lino polo In tho near future, ami as
soon us tho Maul bunch of players
feel that they aro ready and lit und
i an get away for a few days, thero
will bo heard cries of "Never mind
tho ball; rldo tho man off:" etc.,
etc., on the Moannlua Held.
U'ulter Dillingham will make a
great difference to tho strength nf
tho local team, and when he returns
to Honolulu polo will begin to boom
more than ever.
BULLETIN ADR PAV -W
The players who have slgnined
their Intention nf turning out are
as follows; It. Anderson, .1 K Mr
Lean, .1. li. Klddes, D. I. Wlthlng
ton. C. I. Morse, H. Ilallej. H. M.
Ayers, C. F. Maxwell, II J Pottle.
I II Walker, T V. (Iia. I Melan
pli). V, Drown, .1. Harrison. Capt.
Kelly. 0. Ilustnnl, V. Matkham. O.
Aiideisoii and K.'Orle.es
afiernoop is looming up as some- Machine Co. of Detiolt; Joseph lloj.
thing out of Hip Ordlnnn In the bat er, President nf the llurrouchs Add
ing .midline uo., n famous mechan
ical expert, and one of the leading
business men of the country. Mr
Ilojer owns a number of rnrs. but
the Chnlmers-Detrolt Is the only one
he uses pertonally. No doubt near
ly every one knows that John D.
Herrcshnn", designer of the American
cup defeiidets. bought u Chnlmers
Detrolt til Hie New York show and
Is un enthusiastic booster for the
"In the automobile business, I..
II. I'erlman, president of the Welch
Motor Car Co . of New York, and N
I'lalt. pieMdent of the Maker Klec
Irlc Co. men who know nbottt au
tomobiles from the Inside ur
owners of Chalmers-Detroit ears.
The fnen that bit. Morse Is taking They own eats of their own make,
lo the gamo again will be noticed of course, but they wauled cither
with pleasure tiy nil the rest of th cars for special purposes, mid select
plaers. Morse Is one of the most'ed the Cliiilmeis-Detinlt.
uggresslve. buts of the Honolulu "In the etonnmy tert lit New York
Clnli, and his work a ear or two. this rar went 2,. und 7-10 miles on
ago, both with Uie hat and hall, wa'niie gallon of gasoline."
a treat to watch. He Is one of tlie
kind nf plajers who can open their
shoulders und lit? when the oecu
flon arlseiA He Is also it good mun
with the ball, and In the match
ugtllnst Hie Hritlsh men-of-war did
teal fine work.
Itellnble Itobert Anclermn will of
course be on deck, nnd no doubt will
knock up his usual century or so-i-
To the Members nf the N (I. II. II II
The undersigned members of the
that Is If nn other player can keep J.N. (1. 11. team will leute tho O. 11. tc
u tithe other wicket whilst "Hob'
does the storing. It Is hard to say
how many tenturles Anderson would
have to his credit In local circles If
his team mates ton Id only have kept
their end up whilst he piled the
C, K. Maxwell, who has played
the game In most of the out-of-the-way
spots of the earth from the
Gilbert Islands, around Vltl L.eu,
Thursday Island, to the New Heb
rides will hold ilov.ii u position
In the deep Held, and, as he Is a
safe catdh, will no doubt trap otie
or two of theiiilg hltteis before the
game Is through l'lay stalls at
2: IS sharp, and all plners are ie
quested to be on time.
It. W. Pearson of Chicago Is stall
ing on a rtve-thousniid-mllH trip In
his motor hoai,"Catherine M."
Leaving Chicago he travels down
the drainage canal und Mississippi
river to tho Oulf of Mexico, (,ben up
tho Atlantic coast to the St. l.aw
i elite rher und hack to Chicago via
the Oreut likes. Mr. Pearson's
mother will accompany him on his
unique trip nnd hns declared her In
tention of seeing the voyage thiotigh
to the end Tho Catherine M. Is 3S
J. M. LEVY & CO.
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
94 J NUUANU ST.
CONTRACTOR and BUILDER.
PLUMBING and PAINTING.
Office: Honolulu Painting Co., 221
King St.; P. 0. Box 014.
18S editorial rooms U50 buti
r.ets cilice. These are the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin office.
I., depot for I.ellelmn, O.iliu, to plu
a gume of ball with the Fifth U. S
Cavalry team, as per agreement
with the Military League organized
April 17, 11109: Louie Soates, Hen
ry llushuell, Lieut. All Mnrcallluo,
Lieut Sumner, Henry Kani, Samuel
Kale, Diidte Leman, Abraham Lota,
fa u I Hums and Sam Chllllngwnrtli
Sergt. Harry, uutmKer Kddle Fer
HDOAIl I. llAltltY.
There will be a live-mile running
rate for boys of oer fourteen jcura
of uge ut the I'jlama Settlement on
Saturday, June .'. The rare will
start at 2:.'IU o'clock, ami Hie course
will be us follows: Start a little
below Llllhu and King streets, down
to Iteretanla, along lleretaula to
Victoria, thence King Mreel to
Puliation, and bark ulong llerelnula
to King and Llllha.
A medal will he nwarded to the
winner, nnd us the liojs uie train
ing haul for the race there should
be a ery Inleiestitig run pulled off
on the fifth
Jack Johnson sails for Hiiglnuil
next Wednesday, but states that ho
Contains (In palatable qualifies
that can only be obtained by
strict adherence to scientific
principles of purity and nutriment.
P.O. Box 637 - Tel. 308
L 02-904 Nuuanu St., Honolulu
Now Shipment ot fi
Steamer Trunks, Bags, I
Just arrived and unpicked, icady for inspection.
YEE CHAN & CO.,
KING AND BETHEL STS.
feet long with a beam of 18 feet 'will return In time to meet Kuuf-
and Is dtted with 1.1 h. p. engine.
it n st
Martin. I. Sheridan of the lrlsh
Amerlcan A. C. threw the discus,
free style, from u seven-foot circle,
138 feet 3 Inches at the Pastime A.
C. grounds. The previous record
wits 132 feet 1 Inch, and was held
by W. V. How, who made It nt tho
Travera Uland grounds during the
niank books nf all sorts, ledgers,
etc., manufactured by the Uulletlii
1 By the Hour or Trip
G. C. BECKLEY, Jr..
AT VON HAMM-YODNO OARAGE.
1KJ. "For Sale" cards at Dulletln.
man und Ketchell. Johnson seems
to hai) made up Ills mind to dodge
Luiigford after all, and the smaller
negro will have to look elsewhere
for u match. It has often been said
that ueiy boxer has a dread of
meeting one particular man, and It
would seem that Lungford Is John
son's pet aversion. Though what
on euith "Daddy" cuu see In such a
much smaller mun to be beared of Is
bejond the cmnilehenslon of most
'I he Senior team baseball game
between the Monueutis and Nanl
was, which was to hae been plajed
ut Monheiiii Patk, ) 1 1 lo, lust Suiidav,
failed to inuteilullte, the Naulwas
fulling to show up, owing to the Ill
ness of several members of the
teum. Tho gamo was therefore fin
felted lo the Mooheaus by a score ot
9 to 0, under the ptolslons of the
rules. The second game, between
the Slurs and the Matsushlmas, was
won h) the foimet team by a bcore
of IK to 1C. The grounds were In
pour (ondltloti, owing to the rain,
und I lie gume wus an uninteresting
Hawaiian Iron Fence and monument Works
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SODA WATER AT HOME
Should not be consideied in the light of an expense, hut
at a pleasure that inoicascs the comforts of a home nnd
brings delicht to the childten
Bulletin Business Office Phone 2SG.
Bulletin Editorial Room Fhon 185,
Consolidated Soda Water WorKs Co., Ltd.
JOHN SCHLEIF. Manager.
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