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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II., SATURDAY, AUG. 7, 1909.
Celebrated Australian Stock Remedies
A COLLECTION OF REMARKABLE VETERINARY MEDICINAL
DISCOVERIES COVERING A PERIOD OF OVER 100 YEARS
Their caty Application and the
genuine result they produce has
. maintained for them the largest sale
r.mone veterinary medicines on the
world's markets. Thousands of tes
timonials. FARMERS'. RANCHERS' AND
PLANTATION ASSORTED CASES.
STOCKED BY LEADING AG
ENTS, STORES AND DRUGGISTS
NO EXPENSE HAS BEEN OR
WILL BE SPARED IN MAKING
THESE PREPARATIONS THE
MOST EFFECTIVE IN THE
WORLD. AND THE DOCTOR IN.
VITES CORRESPONDENCE FROM
STOCK OWNERS SO THAT HE CAN
MAKE THEM WISE TO THEIR
EACH REMEDY IS PUT UP IN
$1.00 WORTH PACKAGES.
These remedies have been in use
here for .10 venrs. and every one
sneaks yell of them.
This Blister is a combination of
the most valuable blistering agents
known to science. It is not a sur
face blister only, but one which pen
etrates deep down into the seat of
trouble, dissolving any bony or cal
lous substances which are not re
ouired by a healty condition.
Ci y 'Phone 361
Internal Use JK!
There are two kinds, Colic Drench
and Dry Colic Drench.
The former is used when there is
violent and continued pain.
The latter is used when there is
calv occasional pain.
The fame of these Drenches runs
over half the world.
A SPLENDID REMEDY FOR KID
NEY. SKIN AND BLOOD DISEASES.
A BEAUTIFUL BLOOD COOLER
AND PURIFIER. CAN BE USED AT
ANY TIME TO GIVE YOUR ANI
MAL INCREASED VIGOR AND EN
ERGY. AND SHOULD BE REGULARLY
USED TO SUSTAIN HEALTH IN A
Used internally for all Lung,
Chest and Throat Complaints, along
with the Electric Oil, applied to
Vaf all Infltmitorv Fever. Given
in the drinking water and feed when
treating Lung Complaints, Indua,
Enteric Fever, Founder, etc., etc.
This medicine reduces the Fever
without reducing the strength of
GIVEN IN THE FEED THEY DIS
SOLVE THE WORMS. FOLLOWED
UP BY OUR CONDITION POWDERS,
THEY PUT YOUR ANIMAL IN
BATTLING HEALTH AND CONDI
TION. Condition Powders
GIVE NEW LIFE AND VIGOR
AND OFTEN PREVENT THREAT
ENED DISEASE. REPUTED TO BE
THE BEST ALL ROUND CONDITION
POWDERS IN THE WORLD.
Physic Balls, Bot Balls
If there is one remedy more than
another that is handy to keep al
ways on your place, it is these Balls
and a Balling Gun.
In Bots. Founder, Constipation and
a hundred other complaints, they
A strong and effective stimulant
in all cases of weakness, loss of ap
petite and stomach complants, for
both horse and cattle.
Cattle Blood Powders
A FINE CLEANSER AFTER
CALVING. A SURE CURE IN
HOVEW A HANDY REMEDY
WHEN COWS ARE OFF THEIR
MILK OR FEED.
RELIEVES INFLAMMATION OF
STOMACH OR UDDER IMMEDI
ATELY. Urine Powders'
A Kidney and Urine regulator. A
valuable remedy to keep on the place
Given internally while you use
the Electric Oil externally. It pro
vides .one of the speediest perma
nent remedies for Founder known.
Black Douglas Oil
THE GREATEST EXTERNAL' IN
FLAMATION, FEVER AND HEAT
REDUCER IN MAN AND ANIMAL
THE MOST ' VIOLENT SPRAIN
AND STRAINS IMMEDIATELY RE
LIEVED. FOUNDER. KIDNEY TROUBLES,
AND ALL'FORMS OF LAMENESS
OIVEWAY TO ITS ACTION. IT
DOES NOT BLISTER.
THE BEST LOCALLY KNOWN
AND SUCCESSFUL REMEDY FOR
RHEUMATISM IN MAN.
A valuable remedy for Cows' Ud-
ders, Lumps and enlargements on
any part 6t the body.
Purely an antisceptio disinfectant
Healing Oil. A rapid healer in old
THIS LINAMENT IS CONSIDER
ED THE BEST ALROUND LINI.
MENT IN THE COUNTRY. IT
BLISTERS A LITTLE AFTER RE
IN OLD CASES OF SHOULDER,
HIP, STIFLE AND TENDON LAME
NESS. IT HAS NEVER BEEN
KNOWN TO FAIL WHERE IT IS
POSSIBLE TO CURE.
For all Inflamatory Ailments of
the Eyes, whether from injury or in
ternal derangement, the daily use of
one of my Ointments is a safe and
Golden Ointm. nt
For reducing Hard Swellings, for
healing Old Sores, for curing per
sistent cases of Grease no matter
where situated. It would be hard to
misplace this remedy on any exter
This is for Cooling and Healing.
Can be used on any external affec
tion in man or beast, and do good.
Should always be used after Blister
ing. Hoof Ointmeut
Contains no Oil. A sure remedy
for unhealthy Feet, Kanker, etc., etc.
If applied and regularly used' it
will keep the foot healthy and coo'
in any climate.
Residence 'Phone 1189
fit- - ---
Union and Hotel Streets
WHAT ARMY AND NAVY
FOLK ARE DOING
lxical Ami) o.l.ccrs will li.uc to und
ergo tho riding test that was Inherited
from tho Roosevelt administration
Tho tlnio set for Iho ninety mile ilite
la immediately after tho first of De
cember. Those who will have to taku
tho rldo are Colonel Schiller, Fifth
C.ivalrv: IJcut Cut lllltllAr Mnlnr
liny, paymaster; Major KoBtcr, Kllthl
Cavalry; Major Dunning, Major Wins-'
low, Major Creo and Mnjor Wadhams.l
Tho test for Major Long and tho other'
officers of tho Murine Corps will bo a
fifty rnllu walk.
Lieutenant Commander Stanford i:.
Moses, detached fiom duty at tho Nay.
Ial Station, accompanied by his wife,
will leau for tho mainland on tho Si
beria. Commander Moses expects to
tecelvo definite orders on his new as
blgmnont upon arrlvul at San Francisco.
Lieutenant K. I. Moses of tho Mar
ine Corps, who has been adjutant of
the marine battalion, will olsa leao
on the Siberia for tho coast, whero h
will Join tho cruiser Pennsylvania.
The American-Hawaiian freighter
Texan left for Port Allen yesterday af
ternoon at 3 o'clock to tako on sugar,
before going to Kaanapall, Kahulul and
llllo to complete her cargo of sugai
mid general island products.
The Inter-Inland steamer Iwalanl,
itrrhitl this morning from Hawaii with
geneial cirgo, which sho discharged
at the W. O. Hall wharf.
Whitney & Marsh, Ltd.
SCHEME FOR ISLANDS.
Trees Will B- Planted on Moun
tains for Lumbering and Irri
gation Purposes Children May
Figure in Project.
Fancy Plaids, Stripes, and Plain
Sizes, 4 to 16 years
Marston Campboll, Superintendent
of Public .Works, announces today
that ho Is at work on n genera!
scheme to reforest nil of the avail
able mountains and hills In the Ter
ritory. In carrying out n proposi
tion of Ibis kind, It means n tre
mendous umount of work, and he Is
being aided by I.elghton and Men
denhull of the U. S. Hdrogrnphlc
8urvcy. It Is tho purposo of the
Department to develop great forest
tracts on tho Islands, which will give
tolfnwall all of her own lumber und
play a vital part In tho distribution
of water on land requiring It for ag
The vuluo of this plan Is far
reaching, and means more to Ha
waii than can be Imagined at pres
ent. Thousands of acres of foot
hill und vulley country which huvo
been practically useless In the past
will be turned Into fcitlle sol), In
creasing Its value n hundred tune'
Tho general scheme utilized by tho
i Forest Servlro In the States wljl be
'applied, and where tiecs ale grown
they will be protected to n mnturo
ago, when they will be cut under
government supervision for lumber'
Ing purposes. Otherwise the forest,
which Is u natural watershed, will
bo under strict sunclllume, and In
timo tho reclamation project will be
as Important a factor here us It hus
become In the iciovcry of arid lunds
in tho western states.
Prisoners ure now working on
Maklki Drhe, and will plant trees
, along the drhe ns they complete it
It Is the Intention of the Depuitment
to beautify this dilvewav In every
.way possible. On Monday fifty-live
territorial lots will be udvertltcd fo
sale In thut district.
I Tho plan was siiggextcd thlx
morning that fne school children of
tho city hn assigned to tree pi mi
lug on Alitor li.ii, anil the ,u ma)
- HEADY TO SIGN
tt Probably by Monday of next tt
tt week thu dock contract for Ku- tt
tt hulitl will bu completed In detail tt
tt by Superintendent Campbell of U
tt tho Public Works department, ho tt
tt thut ho' can submit It to Alcxitnd- tt
tt or & Baldwin for their signature tt
tt This moans thut work, on the big tt
tt dock will begin within a shoit tt
tt time. President Williams of Iho tt
tt Kahulul Railroad ,recently con- tt
U suited with Campbell and Guv- tt
tt ernor l-'roar, and plans havo been tt
tt hurried since so that actual opir- tt
tt atloiiH might commence ut un R
tt early date. tt
tt Major Wlnslow will send next tt
tt weok a detail of surveyors over tt
tt to Maul, to begin the survey work tt
tt on tho Kahulul harbor. Tho dock tt
tt work Is within this survey and Is tt
tt built tinder prlvuto supervision tt
tt but too U. 8. Engineers will ns- tt
tt slut tho builders In every way tt
tt Kisslblo. Thu big breakwater is tt
tt ncarlng 'completion, and an uddl- U
tt tlonal force of men will go to tt
tt work on it next week. tt
BEAUTY THAT LA8T3.
ACT THREE IS
FARCE FLAYED BY THE
Whero Is the woman who has not,
the praiseworthy (let I re to enhance her
peisonnl charms arid) picscfve as lung
ns possible her delightful power of en
chantment, which lasts 10) Jong 'is her
beauty? Tho Orlent'il Cream, prepared
by Dr. T. 'Felix QoUraud.'of Now Yoik
City, Is a harmless' preparation fur
preserving tile delicacy of 'tho com
plexion nnd removing blemishes. Ii 1.1
the favorite toilet article of the lead
ing professional artists, who owe m
much of their popularity to theli per.
snnul charms. Scaicely a star dii'ssliig
rrom In tho land is without Gj'jraud's
Oriental Cream, which Is the most
WholeMMiio kid perfect bo'iiitillnr
know n:v Druggists will supply you.
There will be a long dtatapoj Brim
ming rnco nt the Walklkt luu tr.nior
low and several experts havj entered
for Iho event.
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u cairled nut bv Mr. Campbell, who
Ik figuring on tho fieo dNt'lhutlon
if 1 00 00l tree mentioned some
lime ngn. nlisnluli'ly free, In older
In cutotiiugn Die finest Idea,
Boards of Supervisors Find Them
selves the Goat in Rapid Fire
Comedy of the Board of Publio
Instruction and Decline Honors.
Act Three of tho Grand Farco on.
titled "Who Is Which Between tho
Board of Public Instruction unci the.
Board of Suiwrvlsors" Is now on tho
At Its last meeting, somowhnt short
ly bit ci ffto allow some of tlm uietnbitrx
to catch i boat, the Board of Public
Instruction passod a resolution b
which all principals wo.o Is till In
icqulsltion blanks for material needeJ
und send ihcin In to thu proj.vr Ilonid
Supervisor Logan of tho Oahu Hoard
has Just discovered that tho last Leg
islature appropriated $18 000 to tho
Board of Public Instruction to pur
chase its own supplies and Unit It Is
not up to tho first named Bonn) to buy
them at all. The orders to tho prin
cipals hnvo already gone out.
Who's tho Gout? Did tho II P. I.
overlook thu appropriation or did Ihey
wish to pass tho buck to the B. of S.
in the daik?
POLICE COURT JOTTINGS.
K. O. Connoly', who wbb found
guilt j early In the week of breaking
a window, and who was allowed time
to pay the line, fulled to turn up In
court this morning us he had prom
ised to do.
Judge Andrudo had given tho mun
u chance to get tho money Instead
iif going to Jull, und when Connely
not put in an appearance mu
Judge Issued u bench warrant for his
Tho case against T. Mori, churged
with assault with a weapon, was
nolle prossed, as the matter had gono
to tho higher court,
Kllen Anderson, who resides ut
Kukn-'o, mndo night hideous around
her dwelling last evening, nnd con
tequently was run In. Ellen hud
n deferred sentenro pronounced
ngnlimt her, nnd will be given time
UNSIGHTLY PONDS ,
tt On Monday next bids will bo tt
tt advertised for tho Kulwlli Pond U
tt dredging contract. This will re- tt
tt qulro 57,000 cubic yards or ma- tt
tt terial drodged from the Hackfeld tt
tt slips to fill thu Kuiwll ponds back it
it of Oahu prison. St
tt These ponds havo been an un- tt
tf sightly spcctaclo for a long time, tt
tt and their early filling will bu up- tt
tt proved by everybody, csiieclally tt
tt residents of that section. While tt
tt 07,000 cubic arils Is tho cstlmuto tt
tt placed for tho dirt required to fill tt
tt tho ponds, It will probably not fo- tt
tt quire that umount, und tho Terrl- tt
tt tory will have som? left over to ttl
tt fill other bad holes In that (lis- tt
U trlct. Tho Public Works Depart- tt '
it ment is following up the working tt
tt of tilling and grading low lands tt I
tt and bad cuts nil over tho city, und tt I
tt Is working for a bettor sanitary tt
tt and physical condition of Hono- tt
tt lulu. There aro three dredging tt
tt concerns hero who will probably tt
tt bid on Iho work. tt
tttttttttttt it ttttttttttttttttttttttl
to get sufficient money together to
pay a fine by August 14. I
Kift (not the Duko) was charged
with using somo fierce languugu yes
terday, and consequently had to ap
pear In court this morning, Thu ex
pressions used wcro most original, but
Klfe did not think ho wus capable -such
masterpieces. Judgo Andrudo
warned thu linguist that In future ho
had better only think of such expres
sions, In preference to turning them
loose on un astonished, .audience, and
allowed Klfo to depart.
Jim Johns, alius Jim Jams, wus on
the calendar this moinlng. Inqiiliy
elicited tho fact that thu man's proper
name wus Sum Kupaka, und that ho
was so full last night that when hauled
Into tho btatlon ho, In answer to un
Inquiry us to his numo, replied "Demi
pohns, lite, two of 'em." Sam had to
dig up $5 for his fun and the piobabil
Itles aro that he will miss the opening
of tho big ball loaguo this nfternoon.
Goana El Nundo, a Spanish lady, ox
plained hor full from tho wuler wagon
by saying sho was lost In tho city mid
could not find her way home. Judging
from tho quantity of liquid refresh
ment she had linhlbeil, sho hnd tried ,t
lot of I10070 Joints In her endeavors tn
For aatlnt, drinking and cooking
Pure, Dallcloua, Nutritious
Jl.tflilfml U. K. Ttltnt OISc
Hrcakfast Cocoa, l-'i lb. tins
Maker's Chocolate (unsweet
ened), 1-2 Hi. cakes
German Sweet Chocolate,
1-4 lb. cakes
For Salt by Leading Grocer In Honolulu
Walter Baker & Co. Ltd.
DORCHESTER, MAS5, U. S. A.
50 HIGHEST AWARDS IN
EUROPE AND AMERICA
locate homo sweet home, Judgo An
draile warned tho slgnora mid sho wan
allowed to make a fresh attempt to
find her people.
Tho steamer Mkollko leaves tod'iy
for Huwall ports, tuklng general
liolght. Sho will letiiru next week
with cuttlo from Wnlniea.
The steamer Alaskan leaves this nf
ternoon, probably nt S o'clock, for Ku
nnnpull nnd llllo, to receive hor cargo
of sugar ut thobu ports. Tho leines
the latter port on August H,,vvlth 12,
000 tons of sugar for Sallnu Cruz.
Miss Kate Woodard
1141 Fort Street.
Stampinp, Embroidery and No
tions, Shirtwailts. Olnvd nnd Tin.
, derwear. Orders taken for all kinds
, of fancy work. Telephone 387.
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