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BVKN1N0 BTJLLBT1N, HONOLULU, T.. II., TUESDAY, DEC. 28. 1909,
for Infants and Children.
The Effects of Opiates.
faVAT INFANT! are peculiarly susceptible to opium anil Its various prep
I aratlons, all of which arc narcotic. Is well known. Eves U the smallest
doses, it continued, thess opiates enmo changes In the function, and growth ot
the cells, which arc likely to become pmimnent, causing Imbecility, mental
perversion, a craving (or alcohol or nanmlca in later life, Nervous diseases, such
M intractable nervous dyspepsia and lack ot staying powers, are a result ot doMng
with opiates or narcotics to keep children quiet In their infancy. The rule among
physicians is that children should never receive opiates in tho smallest doses tot
mors than a day at a time, and only 'then it unavoidable.
The administration at Anodynes, Drops, Cordials, Soothing Syrups and cither
ircotics to children by airy but a physiclan-cannot be too strongly decried, and
the druggist should not be a party to it. Clill Jren who are ill need the attention
ot a physician, and It la nothing less than a crime to doso them willfully with nar.
cotica. Cattorlaaoatainsno narcotics if It bears thoslgnaturo of Clias. H. Fletcher.
TIm ? - Sfa j j"" HM"le sjeBHtae
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Physicians Recommend Castorla.
lor rsars In cblMna't eomplalata and I hire found
SMatai MM." Joss J. Urn, M. D.,
Pot Strati jmis I neommraied jour 'Caatnrla'
' ass shall always eosUnsa to do to, u It baa um-
rlabt todaeod bnwteUl mnlta,"
Sswix T. f ispti, M. D , Nw Tort City.
"Tost Catteri It a nnttorlnni honMihol.l
nmttj. It la pan) Tfutl tnd acta m s mild
cataarUe. Abots all, It dort no bjro. nblcb It
Mara tbaacaaba said of Uw treat majority cfchll.
VioToa B. Ootnus, M. D., Omaha, Neb.
"I btr wmcrlbed mar Catorla In mint cuts
tnd btra Hwijt foaad It n tacltst and tpeedy
rcmedjr." A. F. Plana, II. D., Bt. Umla, Jto.
" I ban BMd roar Cwtorl la mj own boawbold
wllh rood rntiltf, ud ban adriard MTtral paueata
to dm It for lu mild, laxatlra affect and frotdoa
from barm. Edward Pasatia, If, D ,
Brooklyn, H. T,
Tocr Cailorla hold tbt Metm of tbt mtdlcal
BY V. L. STEVENSOH.
On Sunday Next
There la much In 1 1: about having
nroiier seasons for the different
snorts In Honolulu.
havo stiokln to the writer aooui
lascball being plajed out ot senson,
and many predictions have been
made of v. hat will happen to the
gamo If a pull is not taken In time,
ii l. nil erv fine to talk nbout
the thing, but what on tearth are the
Ten Mile Race Is
Tsukamoto and' Kaoo, 'tho two mot
whfi urn In tin hntfIA nttr Ihn tnn.mllft
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Xtrnnv twinnlfl ' ..-. H KfH va.bIi.. Am K..I1.
. .....- f-.""- vuilltu Ull nun icm "li niu w,,ii
In actlvo training and judging from
the way they arc striding along the
roadc, they will ccitalnly put up a
great race on the Athletic Park track.
Kaoo feels very, .'confident thnt he
will be able to repent his wondetlul
hcrlcrmancos of the nasi, nncl that he
thousands of sport loVIng cltlscns ot m show tho way to thu Hllo chain
Honolulu to do on'Bundas It there jtloi, right through the rnco.
Homo Is feeling
d, add for tils ne
U no basebnll? ootball does not The old "Walalua
entch on here ory well: golf and as well as ever he d
tennis don't Interest ,tho baseball he Jt a xjrfoct wonder. It is hard to
could tytit up over
fiance If ho weiu
boatcbold remedy for InfanUlo allmenta,"
t. A. Faaua, M. D Kassts City, X.
Children Cry for Fletcher's
In Use Fcr Over 30 Years.
If desired, we will deliver goods in
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lutis much; polo Is awny out of their say what time Kaoo
class, and yachting costs too much tho full Marathon d
money for a starter. properly paced. One, thing Is sure and
It It nut strange then mat tne that is that he cosid Knock a good
fans want their (ball game every many minutes oft Hbi present record
nrofnwlonlnaniaoiurbtldbjrnootber pcopriuiTJgunday, and they mean to get It of three hours nnd eight minutes,
preparation. It It a tar. and nllabl. modlcla. for Eomehow. There Is nol another Tsukamoto, although' nof n Morn
Infanta and tbldrrn. la fact It It tbo ttlnmal . ... . ,.., ,i,, ,in .,., thu ihnn vlnnnr mm n. !,,., ,h
JlUll III 1IH - " ... -., ..j.... ,.?l ..v . ...
crowd n ball game will, and there "Walalua Horse , In Jho4r.nce at tho
seems to be no prospect that any league grounds, atuj.lt-wna only tho
other ganio ever will. srent sprint ot Kaod at Ihc tlnloh that
Now that tho Diamond Heads and landed him a wlnncrTrom the Japan
A. C.s series Is all prepared for, ceo. Tsukamoto Is running very well
and nothing but bad weather enn at present, nnd he Is tojllnf riully 11..
Interfere with the success ot the sea- Ho claims that he knows Knot? inotii
son, the fans are busy figuring out od of running llku a boot now-, ami
bow tho games will go. The Jew- that when he first J-aaMn Honolulu ho
els are acknowledged to be a strong was n uovlco nnd hainc: sullen onto
combination, but tho Japanese have a lot or mums that ho n-tw ki.o
played together for n long time, and nbout long distance! runnliis.
they nro also going to play on'Chclr Tho Hllo man Ipitoirig to run n dlf-
own ground.'wher? they will be aur- feiout race this tlitto and ho will sur
rounded by a backing of enthusl- priscn 101 or pcopio ,noininK that
rstlc fans. Knoo hits nnothcr snap. The ten miles
It was too bad that the rnln put should lie cut out in much faster time
nil hoe ot the series being started than the distance was done nt'llic Ath-
last Sunday out of tho question. 'ec i-arn some moninsago.
However, the fins have another week Jack Scully. fwhr Is rfinnHgt'ig' tho
to figure put the dope on tho propo- "ports meeting, has buckled down to
sltlon, and they will crowd tho work, and Is getting '.everything Into
grandstand and bleachers next Sun- "hapo for tho afternoon of January I.
day ln,vtho way they used to at the Th w"ll known sports promotor di
stort of the Oahu season. , I tends to bring off over) thing In first
Yeslcrday-nftcrnoon-alto J. A. C.a l1,,Jtvll',n,, ." '"""Wim-nti
i,ractJd-at-Ala.rarkt:Hld the-.,'" Ic JVJf " u . i. M
hWi good turho5tornIembers. Tho '' ? ,wn,k",l' l 1bc,wcc 'Z
Diamond Heads went out to Maklkl " ulvatt Is attracting a lot of at
and they. too. had a big bunch of l.c",lon' an'' "?"J 'Re principals are
players at work. Ed Kernandei and do,luE m,,chu ro,u, work nt ""
Sumner arc doing their best to get " tarn lK 'rV'11SVr J"" ml'
tho team In first-class condition for Z n'h hf-alkjtifj and run.
(he coming struggle, and It won be " "B co, B!""1:' ',0 "'"w events
their fnult If tho Jewelfdo not wipe lm " "oll!!l rovrdjkbould Yo a
the earth with the. Oahu league, """ "" "I" J -"""ns mom.
( j r vit
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L. A MOV,
"What's the matter, daughter?'
"Kcrdy and i hno parted forever.'
"Urn, In that case, I s'pose ho won',
bo nround for n couplo of nights."
a a m
People who are
all the time talking tem
perance arc usually people
who use the most intemperate language. In answer to a letter
recently written by one of these, "Harper's Weekly," the great
American newspaper, replied as follows:
"Harper's Wkly is by no mean as much opposed to beVr as you
arc. It believes that pure beer, properly made and aged, is a much less
hurtful beverage for the common run of people than spirits of any kind.
Wc think of beer as an article of diet; youseem to think of it only as an
article of riot. Of course it is more .dangerous than bread or cheese, or(
even than meat, but it is not the horror that you think it is. We have
known, intimately, persons who drank a little beir at times, who did not
seem to be useless. We do not recommend beer as a beverage to any
body. The doctors do, sometimes; that is their office, not ours. But we
think that for the common run of people who are not abstainers a Utile
beer is a safer drink than a little whiskey, and a great deal of beer
somewhat less dangerous and destructive than a great deal of whiskey.
Wc have always favored the army canteen where beer and light wines
were sold in limited quantities as being far less destructive than the bad
drinks that soldiers have been getting in bad places, since people who
feci as you do got the canteen closed. The results of that action has
been to give our army the worst hospital record of any civiliztd army in
i, tho world. Editor.".
While., the views of the editpr of " Harper's- .Weekly " are not.
entirely, our own they undoubtedly,, represent the sane views of a
temperance man. ' . .
When it comes to good beer there is strength and health
in every drop and not a bit of harm in a barrel. -TJhc beer to
drink in Hawaii is ,
mg mm w 2mmmr
Ihc. Beer That's J3re,wed
ToSuit T.aC,CUmcle I
220 Yard Brltii
A. 11. l,OBtlo'lhq"'Aulialrnn chatii
plon professional sprinter Iras" n-cept-ly
dofcated In London by N. J. Cart
well, an Amorlcun, wflo'Wirt.tho Kan
garoo by throo yards'ljir a. Jin yard,
course In the fust tlhi'ot 21Vi second.'
Tho tlmu put up lironksvtho Hrltlch
rccurd for the distance amps, remark
ably fast. Tho world's 'record Is 21
(seconds, und Is held' by D. J, Wefets.
who established lhof flptired at Tor
onto Canada, twejve juars sgti.
I'nstle la about the-best white run
ner tho Antlpodos evor iurned out,
hut ho Is not In ,tbo same class as tho
aboriginal runner, ' Chirl(oi 8amuels,
was, The natlvcywa a 'wonderfully
taut man and tHo-ampunt of coin ho
pulled down for othar'people In tho
palmy days ot prafcsslraal rudhng In
Australia was cnorniuW;P6or Charlie
never got inuchjofUra cash;a llttlo
booze and tobacco and he was satis
fied. The men who wcro bchfndhlm
did as they liked with the nigger and
he Won or lost as thoy ordered.
Samuels dli-d of consumption after
ho had been dropped bx tho""sports"
who had fattened on his wonderful
sprinting itowers, ,
H II D '
Cups; Clark, Ford
And .Outrigger Clgb
,As soon as Krank C. Clark's bunch
of tourists urrho In Honolulu Hero
will bo some fine doings out at WUI-
klkl, and the Outrigger Club member
are going io ,do stunts that will aston
ish the bfasc personally conducted
Tho mystery of the silver cups that
are on dlsplny lrf E. O. Hall's nlndows
Is explained, snd It Is now known thnt
they are to be given to the crens of
tho canoes who do stunts to amuse
Clnrk's party,- '
It appears that Alexander Jtlumo
Ford, who thinks he' Is a Honolulu
ettlr.cn becanso he sojourned here fot
a few months, saw Clark and sttRROAt
cd that Iho latter ilbnale soma trophies
for the Outrigger Club, which A. It. F.
certainly appears to have had a hand
In founding. Clark took up the Idea
of course, and purchased cups which
have come to hand ncll ahead of the
big excursion party,''
When tho party arrives, the Outrig
ger boys will only have to do their
regular canoe and surfboard acts, and
tho pilgrims will arise and call them
blcshcd and Krank C. Clark will get
another boost. A. II, P. will surely
drop In, nnd then everyone lll be
happy In Ford's estimation, an) how".
First Round Of
Y. M. C. A. Tennis
yesterday afternoon the Y, M. C.
A. tennis tournament got under way,
nnd although only one match wns
plajed some good tennis was seen.
Larimer and Rklund gave a good ex
hibition of the racquet game, and al
though the popular secretary ot the
Y. M. C. A. won out, 6-3, 6-t, the
match was closer than the score on
paper would Indicate,
A couple ot matches could not bo
plnjed jfsterdny jitftcrnoon towing
to the Inability of two of the play
ers to attend on time. Th,ts after
noon, should the rain hold off, sev
eral matches will be played. , Stan
ley and Clifford Livingstone wl
piny, as will K. II. Illanchard and Ed
Carden. Lnter on Steven and Darn
hart will fight It out and Ernest
Podmnre and 13. It. Tracy will fol
It Is hoped to pull oif a couplo of
matches earlier In the day, and
Louis Pranks and Stanley Goldy are
r-cheduled for the noon time hour.
The Y. M. C. A. has offered a sliver
medal fob for the winner, and 'it
v.111 be well, worth wtnnn.. The
finals of the tournament are ex
pected to be pulled oS on New Year's
uay. , ' . ,
fl mt . V
' rxere iNexr-weeK
McLouahtln and Lona: the Ameri
can tennis representatives whb Jour
neyed to Australia .to play tor the
Davis cup, will be in Honolulu to
morrow week, and strong efforts are
being made to get the pair to watt
over one week In this city.
The two crack players will be
able to have another go at Gee and
Roth and some ot the other pairs 'ot
this city. When the young main
land pla'jers were passing through
to the Antipodes they had a good
match with tho local men, and, al
though our players wero dofeated,
thoy did well against the champions.
long and McLoughlln, also playpd
In Suva, FIJI, where thoy ran up
against Monckton and Mcflownn,
both of whom play a good game. Tho
Americans, however, defeated the
KIJI pair easily.
Prom (he accounts of the Davis
cup play, It would appeur that Long
got his moat peculiar service In,
time after time. Anyone who
wutched him attempt to make the
serve o"n the locfffcourts will wonder
how he ever i docs get It Into the
right court. However, we will soon
tee how be manages the feat.
Johnny Murphy To '
Get Over $1200.00
Cor. Nuuanu and Fauahi Streets.
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J. A. C. vs. DIAMOND HEADS
SUNDAY, DEC. 26, 3:30 P. M.
First Meeting of Major and
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Kukui St., near Nutinnu.
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Johnny Murpby wlrl receive
$1206.80 as a result of the benefit
that was a feature of the Atteil
Webster fight .held In San Frnnclsco.
Ed Nolan, former manager of the
San Francisco llghtwolghtr who ar-
, nuncu iue uuuciii ana lookeu Biter
tpe details, has prepared a statemont
showing receipts and disbursements.
The disbursements Include S1G0
each to tho prellmlnaiy fighters aud
$717 each to Attelf and Webster. In
most instances special rates were se
cured, Nolan, has receipts for all ex
penditures, , thu ' benefit bolng bun
dled in a. bustnemi-llke manner.
It In bis Intention to brine Mur
phy home .fronu Honolulu by the
next steamer. Johnnv Is (! i i
Jin worse condition 'than recent re-
puns wouia indicate,, and It will pro
l(ably be necessary for. him to ko at.
once (o a .hospital. The following
unet siaiemeni snows the amount
reielvp.l ,i,i,i av,,rfA.
-- -.... M.-.4 ,.nHUBU ,
MEMPHIS (Tenn.). December t8.
It's all newB to James J. Jeffries
that Corbctt, McCoy, Sharkey, It)
an, Armstrong, etc., will train him
for his bout with Jack Johnson. The
big boxer1 arrived here In the midst
of a snowstorm this afternoon, bur
tied to a Turkish bath for a two
rlours' stay, accompanied by n vigor
ous rub from two stalwart attend
ants, and then proceeded to strip
for his sparring exhibition with Mer
ger before several thousand South
erners, w(io seem Intensely Interest
ed In whether a "nigger or a white
man" will continue as the king beo
ot the pugilistic world.
"It Is very kind ot all the old bos
io offer .their services," said Jeffries,
''but I 'think that my advisers will
tjeclde against too many bolng at the
camp. I will need several big men
to rough It with and set oral speedy
boxers with enough size nnd science
to box with. ,
-"Hut as jet no selections hate
been made." ,
Jeffries hits about deildrd to spend
a month pr so at Cornott's old train-
lug camp In tbo heart of tho Sierra.
it was there thut Jotfrles sacrificed
himself as a human punching bag for
Corbctt when "Gentleman Jim" was
training for Fitsxlmmons at Car
bon. After his sojourn In the mountains
Jeffries suld he would go to a plitro
nearer to the mono of bnttle for
0nen every nicht except Monday
Qood Music by Kawnilinu Glee Club.
Excellent floor nrranccment.
Admission 10c. Ladies Free.
i i -t
Snaps Fur Sale
Bungalow and choice lot,'
College Hills $ 3,10000
Bungalow and lot, Kaimu- P,
ki (just completed). 2,750.00'
Co,4b: and lot, Xiliha
iStn;;!' ,.. Ll. 1,700.00
Honse and lot, Kalihi . . . 2,700.00 -
Manoa Valley, tract about
liu acres iiz.uuu.uu
Manoa Valley, tract about
43 acres 4,300.00
Corn land, Kamaolc Maui
about 17 acres ? 700,00
Beach homes beyond Diamond
Head, Romanaie location and good
David A. Dowsett
For further particulars inquire of
Real Estate Insurance Loans .
Office 203 Judd Bldg. Tel. 05;
San Francisco Hotels
Geary Street, above Union Square '
juil oppouw iioici bi. srancif
European Plan $1.60 a day up
American Plan S3.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnlth
ings cost $300,000. nigh class hotel
at moderate rates. Center of theatre
and retail district. Oncarllnestrins.
f erring allover city, Omnibus meets
all trains and steamers. Send for
Hotel Stewart now recognized at
address, "Traweu," ABC Code.
Thtt TMU. ubpU i
fed rMORMit-i loc IM If
rtuud tbifttt iuc
rat Vata Ctc
Uox Offlie ....ii 12870 n
Collected at ringside " 310 80
Collocted ftotn other sources 390 00
Total ,i S3C70NO
Disbursements ,,.,.$2364 00
For Johnny Murphy ,....$1206 80
The Kv. Oh' William Wassou of
Rlverhead, U I. praised, tha wine
growers and condemned prohibition In
an address at the 'annual dinner ot
the Atperlcan Wlno Oronert' associa
tion at New York. ?
The lnslalatlon of Iho rrcntl)
lerlei (ilRcprs of Leahl Chapter No.
3, O. E. 8., will tako placo on January
I, 1910, at 8 p. in. All members and
visiting member of Eastern Star
lodges aro cordially Invited to bo present.
Following aio (he officers to be in
stalled: Worthy Mutron, Nulllu J
Stephens; Worthy Patron, Arthur
Co j ne; Associate Matron, Carrie' D.
Rllcy; Secretary, Adelaide Webster;
Tieasurer, Amelia U. Iteedy; Conduct'
ress, MayU. Paty: Associate Conduct'
rees, 'Margaret fjmllh.
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