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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, December 16, 1909, 2:30 EDITION, Page 9, Image 9',
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for Infants and Children.-
Don't Poison Baby.
POIITV YEARS AGO nlmoit every mother thought her child must have
paregoric or laudanum to malto it sleep. These drugs wilt produce sleep,
and n Tow drops too mnnjr will produce the sleep from which there Is
no waking. Many are tho children who have been killed or whoso health has
been ruined for llfo by paregoric, laudanum and morphine, each of which is a
'narcotic product of opium. Druggists aro prohibited from selling cither of thi
narcotics named to children ut nil, or to anyWly, without labeling then
"poison." Tho definition of " narcotic " is: "A medicine which relieves paii
and produces sleep, but which in poisonous dotes produces stupor, coma, convul
sions and death." Tho taste and smell of medicines containing opium are dis
gulsed, and sold under the names of "Drops," "Cordials," "Soothing Syrups,"'
etc You Bhould not permit uny mcdlcino to bo given to your children without
you or your physldan know of what it is composed. Castorla docs not con
"1 hare frr qnentlr rrcxcrtbctl Caf torta for com'
moo silmcDla o( children with good rtmlti."
W. A. Cuhdaix, M. D ,
Buffalo, N. Y,
"At the father of thirteen children I certainly
krovr antm thing aliout jour great mcdklno and,
arida from luy own family cxpcrlcuce, t hare, In
taj jreara of practice, found Caatorla a, popular atul
efflctent remedy tn alif'Ht erery home.1
V , i Wn. J. McCains, M. D ,
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castorla.
In Use For Over 30 Years.'
Hav2 you thought about ordering
your fowl for the Christmas dinner?
Our market offers you the choice of
Turkey. Chicken or Geese. You will
find the largest number of Live Turkeys
in town here.
Why not order now?
C. Q. Yee
"ibt t crw".
We have just what you are looking for in a nice
Christmas present for husband, son, or gentlemen friends
in riFE and CIGAR BOXES, x MATCH SAFES, SHAVING
CUPS, MIRItOn, MILITARY BRUSHES, WATCHES, STUDS,
LINK BUTTONS, SCARF PINS, RINGS, and a host of other
All goods guaranteed as represented. Prices are right.
M. R. COUNTER
1142 Fort St.
-x- y'ff'sV-fg- " Btinrnntccs ffonnlne
"I And jonr Cantoris la wry bencflclal In tha
treatment of chlldna'a allocnta "
F. Datm, M. D ,
I Chicago, Ilia,
"I object to what an called patent rnedletnei.
where maker alonoknona what aluiT la put In tbem,
but I know tho formula of your Caatoria and adrlta
ltanw In proper caaca. 1 Judge It tube a rtry nae
1 ul, aa well u humlcaa family medicine.'
N. D. Sinn, H. D ,
Hop & Co.,
King St., Near Market.
Is of proven value. Sixty years
is a pretty good test. No acid,
no grit. Imparts a sensation so
exquisite and lasting. It cleans
the teeth and exhilarates the mouth.
Prevents the accumulation of tar
Sozodont. Tn patent
Benson, Smith & Co., Agents,
Mnjoi -General Harry, U. S. A.,
commanding the department ot Cal
ifornia, with hendqunrters at San
t'rnnclsco, Is expected hero in .Inn-
iiiiiV on tho transport nailing from
San I'rantlsco .January ft, to Inspect
Ihe military forces anil posts In and
about Honolulu. This will bo the
first vHt of a department command
ed to O.ilui hIiico the military forces
I ecame fo Inrge and tho branches of
the service so varied.
It Is liellcved that as a result of
his visit woik may he taken up on
tho proponed brigade post nt l.cllc-
htui. Captain Castncr, construct
ing quartermaster, has received no
Information yet as to when ho may
expect to reecho onlem nhout start
ing oil; on the new post.
Ready for Test.
un ucc. no the army oniccrs win
start out on their riding ltit MiJ.
Poster, the only officer for whom the
local service men were waiting, ar-
dlved recently on tho tognn. Mnisy
of" the o.llcers nro getting into con
dition through frequent dally rides
about tho suburbs of the city. Offi
cers of tho army may be seen most
uny hour of tho day cither riding
around Diamond Head or over tho
course nt the old raco track.
To Have Garrison Flat;.
The War Department has author
ized tho display ot the garrison flag
ut Fort Mills, Corrcgldor Islamf,
which virtually means that tho post
which commands the cntrnnco to
Manila Hay, has become, In the esti
mation of the authorities at Wash
ington, an important military base.
Tho post flag, which is 10 by 20
fret, Is used upon all occasions of
stato tit tho majorlt) of tho posts in
tho United States and tho garrison,
ling, which Is twico tho slzo of tho
post flag, Is hoisted ut tho largest
nillltni) posts only, on special oc
casions, such as holidays and upon
arrival of distinguished visitors.
This order Implies that Corrcgl
dor, which Is one of the most Im
posing locations In tho Philippines
and Is tho key tn military, operations
licro, will bo considered rln tho fu
turo as one of tho prominent mlll
tnry stations of tho United States
Ironclad to be Sold.
'," Tho battleship Fuso of tho Japan
ese rnvy is to be sold at auction at
Yokohama. The ship was built at
tho Thames Ironworks. I.nntlnn. mid
was launched on April H, 1877. It
was sent to Japan the following year
and was the first Ironclad battleship
used by tho Jupuncse Navy. The
fuso was foundered In 1898 as the
result of a collision during maneu
vers and was reconstructed tho fol
lowing year. During tho Russo-Jap-nneso
war tho Fuso was the flncshln
of Admiral Hosoja and since the war
nas been used at Yokohama as a
A s)stematlc plnn has been do
tlded on for the movement of troops
to and fiom tha Phllllplncs, as ap
pears In a, O. 215, War Department,
Ibsticd last wcok. Commencing wlln
Jnnunry, tho first transport sailing
from San FrnnelBco will carry a full
icglnient. So, too, will the trans
port sailing In February. The March
tinnsport will carry casuals. The
April transport will carry a full -regiment,
nnd the alternating trans
ports will thereafter carry ono month
u regiment nnd the next casuals. In
this wny the twolvo regiments sta
tioned in the Philippines for a tour
of two jears will occupy Just two
ears in going and coming, nnd tho
congestion that has bcon common
for tho first eight months each year
will bo done nwny with.
"Hrlg. Don. Daniel II. Ilucker, U.
5. A., retired, Isnot only tho oldest
officer of tho V. S.' Army now liv
ing," says Harper's Weekly or Nov.
6, "but also tho oldest man that has
ovor been in tho military service, of
this country. Ha was two venm old
bind nblo to toddlo about when tho
wnite Hou8o was burned by Hrltlsh
troops In tho administration of .Pre
sident Madison. He was sevon years
of age when Florida was bought
from Spain and added to the Union.
He wns eight years old when Malno
(Which Un to that tlAln hnrf heen nnrt
of Massachusetts, though not contl-
guouso thereto) became a state. Ho
was thltyTthreo ears of ago whon
Iowa nnd Floilda wero ndmlttcH tn
the, Union its states. The lapse, of
nine. sinio nis uirtn is most vividly
renllted when It Is considered that
General Rucker hn lived in ,
Presidential administration since tho
government began, Bavo only three
thoso of Washington, Adams nnd
Jofforson. Ho was born nntv thlr.
teon j cars after the death of the
first President, and among his friends
nnd acquaintances have been n good
ninny,people who knew George Wash
ington. Hut an body who saw the
Oenornl today would never Imagine
thut these thlnga could be true. He
Is qtilto sb Bpry and youthful In his
wajB as many a man of slxty-flve.
In Washington, whcio ho llos, ho
walks downtown ueaiij ovcry morn-
Ing, and Is often seen on tho street
cars. Only tho other day he was
noticed standing on ,lho running
board of an open tar, hating goUup
and stepped out to allow somo la
dles to pass. General Ruckcr was
ninety-seven scars of ago on tho
twenty-eighth daj of last April."
Amy Preparine to Fight Airships.
itaDiiuiuiuii, ui-i-umiicr l. A
gun Is helng designed by ordnance
experts In the Army for tho purpose
of snooting dirigible balloons and
oeroplAnos. Cleneinl Cmrlcr. Chief
of Ordnance, In his annual "report,
sublttcd today, outlines some of the
difficulties which the gun must over
"Dirigible balloons and aeroplanes
move rnpldlj, clinngo directions
quickly, alter their dotations nt will
and nro rcmotcd from nny objects
tnnl assist aiming," points out the
For short ranges Ocnernl Crozler
snjs that, tho flro of small arms,
ilflo or of machine guns against the
men aboard airships will proo most
effective. Blxty United States rifles,
caliber .30, model of 1903, nro now
being fitted with a controller for
vertical -nnglo firo.
President Sends Praise to Officer.
vAL,L,ttju, December .1. Signal
'recognition has been ottrmleil In
Midshipman Andrew D. Dnny, a ic-
cent grnnunto of tho Annapolis Nn
val Academy nnd now nttnehe.i in
the ctulsor New Orleans by Presi
dent Tart. Denny Is In receipt of n
personal letter from tho Nation's
Executive congratulating him on
winning tho Piosldent's match of
1909, a competitive riflo tournament
between the best marksmen of tho
academy. Tho letter Is as follows:
"I tako tho crc.'ltenL nleiixnrn In
congratulating jou upon winning
tho President' mntrh-nf inno nnn
of tho premier Indhldiml rlflo cents
or mo year, wiiilo upon the fucc of
things it mn appear that n sailor
has little use for skill with the rlllo,
jot outside of tho actual value of
such skill as n military accomplish
ment, the rccoids uf tho Navy show
that ability to rifo tho small urm
makes the" possonsor better nblo to
direct effect he flro from tho big
gutiH inboard ship:". t '
Ibdcal Corns Changes.
VflSHINGTONrtfcc. l.A num-
ber'of changes in flic assignment of
Officers In thn medlrill pnrm na n rn.
pfilt of the retirement of Col, Charles
ii. uyrne as cnief surgeon of the De
partment of tho East, was announc
ed at the War Department today.
uoionol John Van It. lloff of the
Department of the Lakes micreeilK
Co). Il) me; Col. lloff will bo suc
ceeded by Col. Louis M Mnus, chief
surgeon of the Department of Dako
ta; Col. Maus by Lleut.-Col. Hcnrv
I. llasmond of Fort Sam Houston,
lex.: Col. Raymond by MaJ. Allon
M. Smith of tho Presidio of Monlo
roy, Cnl., nnd MaJ. Smith ! ji,.
Philip O. Wales of Fort Apache,
Hy a unanimous vote of members
of the Yule football cloven Frederick
J. Duly of Cambridge Mass, was
elected captain for 1910. Daly Is n
niembor of tliOj class of 191,1 and tins
plojed half-buck for two )car.
Call and tee our stock,
BERGSTROM MUSIC CO., LTD.
Odd Fellows' BIdg. Fort St.
MRS. J, ROSENBERG
Delirend to residences
and.oloM at 88o pet
hundred in 10-lb. lott
, if more.
W. O. BARNHART,
1M Merchant ft
Hotel & Union.
At AU Watehdealen.
Ajent for Hawaiian Islands,
'or, FORT and KING Sts.. HonMnln
Come and learn particulars at
TOWNSENn UNDERTAKING CO.!
tJcretama t, Opy, saotu',
Give Brownie Cameras
To the Children
BROWNIES $100 UARDS
To Grown Folks
Kodak supplies and accessories of every
kind for Kodaks
Island Views and Calendars
Honolulu Photo - Supply
Fort Street, near Hotel
" Everything Photographic "
Oflkc ot t)ic Hoard of Hcallli,
DccMiilier 8i.lt. lo"o
TENDERS FOR SUPPLIES KAI
HI RECEIVING STATION, BO?
HOME AND KAPIOLANI OIRL
Scpnralc tpnitcrx, In duplicate, (
furnlililnK, rrspwlhcly (1), t)
Knlllil ItocohlhR Stntlnn, (2) .tj
IIdjs' Homo uliil (:i) the Knplnla
(llrls" Home, nt KhIIIiI, City lil
Cimnly of Hunnluln, with mippl)
required liy each ot the nhovc-nnth
InatlliilloiiH during the pcilod otS
r.iontlis from Jnnunry 1st, 1910(j
.tunc 30th, 1910, a III ho received
the nllkc of the Hoard of Health u
III 12 o'clock noon, Tucsrtn), D
ccmlier 2 1 nt, 1909. ttS
fc'pcclflcnllons nml n lint ot tj
kind nnd npproxlmatc qunntlty
riipiillPM required hy ench of tj
nuove-nniniMl Institutions, nnd oth
Information, may ho had upon a
plication nt tho office of tho Hon
of Health. Tendern lo he, bn
upon the quantities Mated, but tl
I'o.ird will not hind Itself lo pit
Uihso the whole or nny pnrtlcul
pnrt of the quantities stated, sili
quantities helnR stated merely f
the concnlonce of bidders' In mi
mlttlne their bids. ' '
The supplies for ench of the alio
nnmed Institutions must he bid
separately on forms furnished I
the Hoard ot Health. Kach tend
must he endorsed "Tender for Kn
hi ItecelvlnR Station," or "Tend
for Hojs' Home," or "Tender t
Knplnlnnt Girls' Home," as the ca
All bids must bo submitted In n
cordance with, nnd he subject to, tl
provisions nnd requirements of A
62, Session Laws 1909. j
TtIK HOAKD OF HEALTH.
Hy Its President,
K. A. MOTT-SMITII.
48V Dec. 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 11, 1
16, 17, 18.
OAIlo of the Hoard of Health,
December 8th, 190
TENDERS FOR SUPPLIES LEPE
Sealed tenders, In duplicate, n
ilorscd "Tenders for Supplies I,ep
Settlement," for furnishing the Lc
cr Settlement, Moloknl, with su
piles for the period of six montj
from January 1st, 1910, to Jul
50th, 1910. will be received nt ti
offlco of tho Hoard of Hcnlth unl
12 o'clock noon, Tuesdny, Deccmlj
Specifications nnd a list of tl
kind and approximate qunntlty
supplies required, and othir Info
niatlon mny be hnd upon appllcatk
nt the offlco of Ihe Hoe.ird of Heal!
Tenders lo he based upon tho qua)
titles stated, hut the Hoard will m
bind Itself to purchase tho who
or nny pnrtlcular part of the qual
titles stated, such quantities belr
stated merely fo. the convenience
bidders In submitting- their bids. )
All bids must be made on torn
furnished hy the Ilonrd of Ileal)
nnd must he suhmlttediin accordant
with, nnd ho subject to, tho provl
Ions and requirements of Aitf i
Session haws 1909. , I
thi: HOARD 01' HKALTIlJ
Hy Its President, i
H. A. MOTT-SMITII
HK6 Dec. 8, 9, 10, 11, 13, 11, ll
16, 17, 18.
NOTICE OF SALE OF GENERA
- LASE OF PUBLIC LANDS. J
At 12 o'clock noon, Monday, I
cember 20th, 1909, nt tho frot
entrance to the Capitol, Honoluli
thcro will be sold at public auctlo
under provisions of Pnrt V, Lund A'
of 189S, Sections 278-285 Incluslv
Hevlscd Laws of Hawaii, generi
leases of tho following describe
(1) Government remnant at Kl
hnumnknawe, Manoa, Oahu, col
tninine an area of 6.51 acres, mot
or less, being classed as agrlcultun
lund. Upset rental, $175.00 per al
num. Pu) nblo semi-annually In aj
nnic. Term of lease, C onrs froi
December 1st, 1909.
(2) Portion of tho flovcrnniet
lands of Ulaliao on the tslan
r.f Molokal, lying below the Vm
en Reserve, containing an art
ut 100 acres, more or less, beln
classed ns pnstornl land. Upset rcn
nl, $80.00 per annum. Payable sent
annually In ndvanio. Terms I
lease, IC ears fromrfJanuary la
(.1) Government portion ot Kt
hannnul, on the Island oNMoloka
lying below the direst Rcscrvo, cot
talnlng nn urea ot 130 acres, mot
or less, being classed as pastorl
land, Upset rental, $20.00 per ar
num. Pa) able semi-annually In ai
vance. Term of lease, 15 years frol
January 1st, 1910. J
These lenses will contain fcncln
Heservatlons regarding land'fj
quired by Ihe Government for sej
tlcmout, reclamation or. public pit
poses will be embodied In each ot tb
Cost of adertlslng to be paid li
the purchaser. I
For maps and further Informatlo"
npply to the office ot the ComruU
sloner of Public Lands, Honolulu, j
Commissioner of Public Lnndi
Dnled Honolulu. Ni.xetnber 1616
4170 N"ni- 1R. 9 1 n.i o mi
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