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for Infants and Children.
The Effects of Opiates.
nplIAT I XI' A NTS aropccullnrly nioccpliblo to opium and Its various prep
' motions, all of which am narcotic, H well known. Even In the smallest
doses. If continued, tlicso oplntcc caii'o changes in tlio functions and growth of
tho cells, which nro likely to become v rnuincnt, causing Imbecility, mental
perversion, a craving for alcohol or narcotics In later life. Nervous diseases, such
as intractable nervous dyspepsia and lack of slaying powers, aro a rcsultof dosing
with opiates or narcotics to keep children quiet in tlielr infancy. Tho rule among
physicians Is that children should never receive; opiates in tho smallest doses for
more than a day at a time, and only then If unavoidable.
Tho administration of Anodynes, Drops, Cordials, Soothing Syrups and other
narcotics to children by any but n physician cannot bo too strongly decried, and
tho druggist should not be a party to it. Children who nro III need tho attention
of a physician, and It Is nothing less than acrinie to doso them willfully wlthnar.
colics. Castoria contains no narcotics if It bears tho slgnaturo of Chas. n, Fletcher.
Tho yjU-"" guarantee Rcnitlno
Iffnnture of kaTeicUe Cimtorla
Physicians Recommend Castoria.
"Tour wpirallon know n as Csrtntit I hutcieiil
for jf sra In chllJrsn's complaints nit I have foursl
colhlDg better." Jciiim J. Lrr, M. I).,
' Clerctsnil, Ohln.
H For ertral years I tfcomrnf ruled your 'CastorU'
lod shall always continue to do to, as It baa Inva
riably produced 1 nellclal results.
Kdwih F. rannii, M. D., New York City.
'Tonr Castoria Is a meritorious honsebold
remedy. It Is purely vegetable, andaets as a mild
cathartic. Abov. all, It dors no hnrni, which Is
more than can bs said of the crest majority of cbll
Victor H. CorniAM, St. D., Omaha, Neb.
'I hate ptcscrlb&t your Castoria In many cases
and hire always found It an cfflclent and speedy
remedy," A. FyVuein, M. D-, St. Louis, Mo.
" I bato nwl your Ca'torla In my own bonsehold
with goiid remits, and bave advised several patients
to ue It for its mllJ, laxatlvo affect and freedom
from barm." Knwann 1'innitn, V. D
Brooklyn, K. T.
"TourCaftorla holds tbo esteem of tha medical
pmfesxton In a manner held by no other proprietary
prrpsrolten. It Is a aura and rsllablo medicine for
Infants and chl'drrn. In fact It Is tho universal
household remedy for Infantile ailments."
J. A. rinicin, M. D Kansas City, Mo.
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Husky lads Fight Fifteen Rattling Rounds to a Draw Good Prelimi
naries Round Out Excellent Program Decisions All Give General
'Twas onu Brand tciiti that Ulck , til tip Hint (ho siicrlatoi'H licpm to
Stilllvitii itntlJtick Coitlul put up Hnttir- M)inlL'i' It thulr ctiillur Jitilmiiutil hint
ilny, and tho nholo butiliictii, decision I not liwii at fault. Siitllviin Ictl oft
and all, wttH tlt'clticilly Hatlsfni.liiry to 'with it heavy left tu thu nlml, taking
tho Kporlstni'ii In tho uuiliuiifu. Or 'a rlKht to Hit face In rottitn. Thoro
couiKU tliutu atj thu uuttal liuitch tiCiwnit lots ot cllncltlim In this i omul.
Koieheadu who knuw It bIkiuIiI Itavu hut It was not iluti to ittiy wraknesri
hcuu tlono this way or that, hut mi
fair man could hmo initilu a decision
dllTcictit runt that rendered by Mlku
I'atton Incidentally Mlku In iiliout Jliu
ubtotst rcfotuu that llouoliilii has been
in many u day.
Tho men (blight BtratfOit (Jnecnu
bury inles, which mvntiH that the mill
was n beauty from thu slandlnt of
n truly (lUccrnltti; spectatoi-, but n
trlllu loo much of u IiiikIuk inalch
to meet ulUi popul.it' fatir. Hut tho
rvfcicu'B word was law, ami when
I'atton'u trained eyu ttltovseil that thu
tlnio had conio to tcperalo tho men,
nothing moru than a word was needed
to part tbo lads nnd atari thu iipen
lighting tolni; again.
Sullivan First In Fling.
Hultlvan was thu Mml man to enter
tho ring. Ho icceived a round of
hearty applattho as be uent to bis
coiner. Conlcll cttno next, and lie le
eched Just an gcnettmu an iii.tlloit
.Mlku I'atton followed along, and he
After conferring with tbo ineii. Tat
ton announced tiiat the men could ptn
teet IheliixclVLH at all tllticu, mid an
Instant later Hulllvan ami Corded xtu'
ped to thu m'dillu of thu loped aiuu.
Cordell Locked Bigger.
Cot'tlell seemed to h.to Ibu bunt ot
It In weight, loach ami height, ami lie
looked considerably huskier titan I)l:k.
Sullivan, on thu other hand, rbiiwetl
himself tu bo In tho pink of condition,
and sKjitBiue:i tettled back In their
chairs for u real, good evening of en
tertainment. Cordell started tho ball rolling, by
landing a right Jolt lo' Sullivan's ear.
Sullivan countered mi Instant later
Willi a light Icrt to face. Curdell start'
ed hi to fence Ibu lighting ftom tin
tttatt, showing a deslio to mix things
at close quarter.!. Hulllvan on thu
othei hand was cautious.
Nothing Up TIM Fifth.
There was llttlo doing until the llftli
lound, neither of thu men uchlu lug
uuytblng that could he called an ad
vantage. In tho fifth, Cordell man
aged to laud it right ami left In ipilck
succession, Ipiclng Sullivan's head
hark, and ill awing nrt-t blood. Sul
livan managed to scud In a right In
I tho Jaw and u mluiilo later u left to
thu face which cautioned Cordell
ngalntt taking any undue chances.
Just beliuu thu gang hounded Sullivan
landed a right tippercut In a clinch
that jolted his opponent a little, but
the lound cluiied with honois pietly
The sixth lound was uneventful, but
hi thu seventh Cot dell again managed
to draw blood with a lap on bis oppo
nent's nose. Theio wan a llttlo give
and taku in this lound, though neither
man teemed tu have much advantage.
Sullivan's blows reeuied to lack thu
hleam that characterized CorilcU'ti and
though hcupparcntly hit at will, his
punches did llttlo damage- and his up
poueiit iui'i unmarked.
Hulllvan atattcd thtv eighth toiind on
vvllh a real, oldtashloned joltei In the
face fiom Ills husky left. That sent
Sullivan slock up In thu niaikel'iind
I ho rootert got busy. Cordell got down
lo business, however, and landed a few
that mine than evened fur tho whack
that ho got at thu Kim I of thu round.
The gong found thu men in u clinch.
This was lather CotdcU'n inuml,
though thu advantage was but Blight.
on the p'irt id ell her num. Tills toiind
wits vt'ij even.
Siitllviiu got busy In the thlrlcchth
ami he forced things along merrily
He chovved tin ability to hit Just about
when ami whcie bo wanted, and there
was mil much nolso In thu Cordell cor
ner. Thu great Sullivan Icfl camu In
In this round, and ho atrtick two blows
to Ids uppouur.t'H one. Tho gong
sounded with neither man hurl but
Ibu Illinois decidedly Inclining touatd
In thu fourteenth Cordell evened
nialtcis up and the gong round him
with rather thu best of tbo argument.
He did not vvony Sullivan much how
ever, and his udvautago was technical
rather than actual.
In thu fifteenth, both men went In
with determination, and more blows
were M mi It thin during the preceding
loiut'lH. Nn il imago was done, how
ever, and tho Until gnug found htiaorr.
hi even Hint no other verdict than
I hat lemleteil by thu lufeiee could
have been given.
'I lw III ht preliminary was between
llnglei S.i i conl of Camp Vor; nnd Per
it.iiiitez. l'cruuuilt'Z had Ml the better
or It in weight, but Harcnul was (hero
with thu tiervu. The llttlo bugler got
thu decision In thu 'second round on
Soldier McCollough mixed things up
with Wnhllnnl for a slx-iound draw.
This was a good card. Ileforo thu
bout, Peter Stanley of tho Honolulu
Iron Works challenged tho winner.
Soldier Miller, not ho of former
pugilistic fame, went on with "Unicy"
Itlch.-tr.l!, nf C-mp Very pu-I got
mlghtliy ibu woist of It. Miller only
escaped n Idiochmt by thu fact that
bis seconds thtew up thu sponge. Ho
was game and, though be took pretty
close to thu count several limes, al
ways camo buck for moru.
Hilo Team Beat
Thu big baseball game played last
Sunday afternoon l:i Hoolnlu Pint, be
tween thu Mooficatt and thu llllo teams,
was a good onu, although It lacked a
bit In excitement owing to tho fact
Hint tho favoiltcs, tho Hilos, main
tained a determined lead throughout
the game. Thu Illlos weic assisted
by two Honolulu players, Keldlo Fer
nandez and Hill Hampton, but neither
of tliCBO did much towards thu victor),
which was, as u matter of fact, on
through the work ot thu homo mem
bers. I'ernandez pellicular!)' played
far from his inual good game The
Mooheaus also had two Honolulu men
on their team, namely Dreler and Chi
Hill. Tho game finished b) a score of
four lo uotlhng in favor of thu Hilos.
Thu line-up of thu teams was its fol
lows: Hilo Kealoha, p.; llrown, c; Sol
onion, lb.; Fernandez, 2b.; Hampton,
.lb.; I.ymau, ss.; Todd, If.; l-iston, cf.;
Ah Hip, if.
Mooheau A. Desha, p ; Chi llui, c;
Iheier. lb.: (Ircen, "ib ; Tevus, 3b.;
Sheldon, ts.; Oeo. lVsha, If ; W. De
sha, cf; Catinrla, rf.
Score by Inning!,:
Mooheaus 0 U 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Illlos H (I ! 0 II 1 1 0 1
Prior to this game n gamo was
plaved between the Young Illlos and
the Puna team, which was quite fust
although the Putins were defeated by
,i More of 10 to o, Thu plajers were
as follows: Young HHos-Phlllp, Ilox
er, Aiotia, MeSham, Daniel, David
Koliae, Wiitbtiu, Kal. Punas Lane,
David, Charlie Ah I'al, .loaipiln, Amos,
t.ole, lllaile, Philip.
It tt ti
Visiting Members Of The
Order Are Accorded
llecntisi: of Ibe arrival tif l'rlnro Ka
l.inl.iiuol'j anil oilier distlugiilsbed
nieiiilnis of Kninch. nucha Uidgo fiom
Honolulu, special scrvbes vveiu held
In llllo last Sunday In llalll church, in
honor of Ibu lloniiliilii members. Iluv.
Stephen ... DchIm, pastor of (lie
chin (h, pleached an ublo sernion tu a
l.i I ge and leprcsenlallve audience.
Sealed fear Die pulpit, with Itov,
Desha, vvete Prince Knlanlanaole,
(leorgo ('. Heckle)', Charles Mcilulro
ami a few others, Prince Knlanlana
ole vvoio the Older of Kamehitmchii on
ids locust, vvllh a feather cloak around
bis neck, lleckley, an nlll of Kitmc
haiueha ldgu, also wore his feathor
cloak. OlheiH bad their yellow and
led cloaks mid lels.
Costs no more but tastes like more
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In thu ninth both men camu iiptjhuiii.iuii Society liomueil thu occasion
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slicing, ami it was patent that nothing
wivo mi iiecldent could prevent thu
contest's going thu limit. It was give
an lake, with a share nf hugging fiom
start lo finish. Neither man could
claim any thu bettor of thu lound.
Thu tenth lound was muchly Cor
dill's and as Sullivan went to his
corner after tbo gong, It was noticed
Hint his left c)'o was uipldly closing.
The Cordell iiiuters began to gut busy
'J ho uluv.cnth vvas also Cordoll's by
it shade, hill not enough so to cause
Ibu Sullivan backers any vvony. Sul
livan oneo got his left Into older mid
swated bis opponent a might) onu on
Twelth Very F.ven
Walliiku, Mntil, July 5. The gaum
of baseball between All Hawaii from
Honolulu and All Maui played at
Wells' Pink- Sunday nrteiuoou, July
I, vvas one of thu best and thu hard
est fought gamo ever plajcd In Wal
liiku. Thu scoro was. All Hawaii 4
All Maul 1. Tho grandstand was
thronged with admirers of tho grunt
national gamo while automobiles and
other vehicles occupied all the space
outslllo tho diamond.
Thu game wits called after 3 o'clock
while music hojs from Honolulu enliv
ened thu rcuiio with Hue Instrumental
music. Messrs. J. A. Hiillle and M, K.
Keohokalolo ucted as umplies while
M. Penelr.i served as seiner. The All
Havvalls weru the first to thu hat. The
home team scored but once, In tho sec
ond Inning. Thu visitors were not per
mitted to score for the (list flv'u In
nings, and up tu that iirunent tho M-ul
nns were exultant with J) Hut in the
sixth thu local team became some w hit
rattled and allowed tha All-Hnwulls to
make four tuns, two of which were
mado on errors of thu homo team
Krom that Inning to thu cud, no score
was made by either side. Il wus it
gieut game for Maul,
The lliio-up was as follows:
All Hawaii .Inu. Williams, p.; I,.
So.ues, c.: (leo, llrutis, lb.; Jim Wll
Hams, Zh,; Sam Chllllngwiiith, nb.;
Dude Lemon, ks.; Kn Sue. If.; J, Kl.i
N'.ihiiolelua, cf,; Harney Joy, rf.
All Maul II. Upton, p.; Mi-jit, c;
W. K. Ha!, Jr.. lb.; (1, II. Cummlngs.
Sli.S Dalluy. 3h.; Ah Van, ss.; Dan
Ateia, If; Walker, cf.; W. Ksplnda, rf.
llojs making ii hack fence entrance
liiltt an apple oichurd In Niiiiiinu jet
tuiclay, round, not apples, but a .Kip
iiuusu hanging to Ihe tree lie had
been dead for several ilajs, probahlj
n week, and the youngsterh wero first
attracted to him by thu smell There
vvas nothing tut her penson to Indicate
his Identity ami no apparent reason
for his suicide, lie hud evidently
climbed thu dee, adjusted thu noose
and Jumped out.
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JEXT TO VOUNQ BLDO.. 17H.1M KINO 8-R6ET
"A lelephoiio messagu was received
about I : It) p. m, from thu Honolulu
llrewury that a man has committed
suicide by hanging himself and on my
arrival I found tho man la) lug Ml his
by Ihcli; presence,
Thu church was decorated appropri
ately ami thu choir, uoled for ItH
swiet singing, sang it number of tho
Ancient Hawaiian selections, vvliltlt
touched the heal Is of thu cungiega
lion, At tbo close of the services, ninni.
beis of thu two societies formed In " ,leil11- Hfleeil inlliules before I
lliio ami marched hick to thulr respec-"l,,0"r,-Ml Uv "'"""y hung lilmi.elg
tlvo halls, when) they dlsb.iniled. "" " cuitaln cord which can.? IiIk
Among the Honolulu inemberH in .-' Il-'ii death near the bed, Tbo cau.e
cut In llalll church, bcsldca Kabtiil.t- r ,,lli ,lt'",h unknown In inn"
iiaole mid Heckle), wem lion. John T,1 ",,l,Vo Ih "'" "'ioliut humor
Kainanoulii, Judgo C A Long. Nagur- """ vt'r,l''' ' tragic affair satuid.'i)
an IVmunilG, Anloiiu Keruunduz. Ka- ",Bllt '' "," "flh'or who was sent lo
mal ICaalhitu and several olhors. irom. luvestlgalu thu sulcldn of Ceorge Tlct
Inent among tho llllolles who ntleiid. "'" '" hung himself with a ciutalli
The twellh saw things so well oven-led the set vices wcru County Attoruuy c(iri1 "l ,iIh r,,"11 Tlu' iw f"r ""o
Williams, Sberirf Pita, County Clerk "" '" ""l "' "ui i is hiipioii i-i
Kal, Nn.1 Altill, Win. lifers, (leorgo Do-.1'0 lomioiiilenoy.
sha, (leurgu Deuba, Jr., Julian Men
siu rat and seveial other well-known
kamaaluas of the land i
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