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Physicians Prescribe Castoria.
rASTOKIA liiui met with pronounced favor on tlio part of pliyslclan.1,
"' pharmaceutical societies ami medical nutjiodllr j. it li iiml by pUyJcians
.with results iiiont gratifying. Tho extended uso of l'astnri.t to unquestionably tint
result of three fuels : Int. Tlio liutliputnblo evidence, that It I.i hariidctti : Uiiil.
iThat It not only allays stoniaeli palm and
, loud; nva, UlsUiiugreoalileuiidpcrfcctsubstituteforeuKloroil. It Is absolutely
k"Bafo. It dues not contain any opium, morphine, or oilier nan-olio unil does not
stupefy. It h unlike Soothing Syrups, lliitcnunVbroi Godfrey's Cordial, etc.
.This Is a irooil deal for n. medical journal to my. Our duty, however. j to i-xiiosm
R' clanger und record tlio means of advancing licultli, Th.t lny for p-ii-onlng liuio
IV "ceil children through greed or Ignorance oitjlht to t rid. To our l.tiw ledge. Can.
loria Is a remedy wlncli produces conipoiii-i! and ln'nl"i. 1 r. i'ii!.itliu: 'the
eysf em not by stuMfylug 11 and our
JiaiCi Journal of Health.
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tbvrt) jitrt of pracllcn I o I uir butt found
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I hare Drnl yonr Culoita la tLn ca-of mvTtwn
tiar and Coil It Jrieaaaal to takf , and Law ultalncd
ictllnt rtaulu ttvia It u."
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M I take pkAicre la rtcoraaif ndlng 5 our t'a torU,
taring itrorameaded It uta lu many 1u.uauu-ii, a.$d
comMt. It Uia tnt Uiitlve Ijit coold U tcid,
tapulally for cblMren.'
, Nituixiil 1C Kixo, 21. 1)., St. Inula, 51c.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Caotor.iti.
In Use For Over 30 Years,
"' Combine ureal efficiency witlOow cost.
Price $3.00 per Dozen
' These Ocm Lamps will (jive you 20 per cent more light
and a 10 per cent reduction in current over the ordinary
10 c.p. lamp. We advise the use of these new lamps in
place ot. the repilar 10 c.p. lamps.
Best and most economical soap
for the home laundry. It's healthy
odor makes it pleasant to work
Sold by All Grocers
h J Australian Butter ;
fjt'i'i' IS BETTER TnAN THE OTHER. KEEPS FIRM i
Mp 'A ' , LONGER AND HAS A PERFECT FREEDOM FROM
J i'' STR0N0 TASTE OR ODORS. .. ';
I."' !'"" ' THE SUPPLY IS LIMITED. I '- Tl
Mvill Metropolitan Market -
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qufcts (ho mi ves, but ut-slmllatca the '
ruulers u erln
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"I i".aJ jf'.t C&'Mlt t.i W a ni.iLml faml'jr
itmi-y. It U tint l-t tli'ne furlnfa i't ami clill
dull I 1ilc ever kixmu Lt.il 1 rvctnmr.'i.. !l"
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ri.iriA for luftntlltf vtuiiiaili illr.Jfrn, 1 ttHutt
li'ltl!lr ciiunifiiil Ita uw. Ilio MrmuU con'alua
LbtMui dila.M-loafl to tliu mo! dcllf at4 of chU.lrcu.'
J. Zi. I.ujott, II. D., Vew Yo.U Clu.
1 1 HIW1UM4ITT,
Electric Co., Ltd.
V5c. Per Month
KIhb Albert tnkes deop Interest In the riffalrii or lila mibjccts mid ty tci-iHinHlblo alrcndy tor many ro
forms. He ta uno of tlio niont democratic royalltli( Knrtic Onu or the ucrctiipiiuylns plcturon U a snapshot
of tho prlneo In n miner's attire after liavlnt? made nit luu'pertlcm of a initio. Tho lawn ot IIcIkIiiiu Sm the wife- '
KtiardlnB of miners oris Very rlsld, and the prlneo 'nuido frwinent InsperlloiiH to nee that tlio wurkrar-n arc- prnjv
orly protected. Tlio new klnK 'will' occupy tlio historic palaco nl Laeketi, which was recently vacate! by Kins
Leopold. Tho aired monarch had the riirnlshlnKs sold itml moved Intn n I mail house nearby Borne tlmo nj:o.
Udpold was nl odda Willi his throo daushters for years, but was fond of 1'ilncc Albeit una tlio future queen.'
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Players on Tour,
Soccer players In Hawaii hav,o, n
better time of (tthan tho EuKllsh
team that nt present Is tourlnu the
mainland. J. J. llayley, tho British
captain, sends tho followltiK account
of tho tour to tho Dally Mirror, lm
don. "ST. LOUIS (U. S.. A.), October' 19.
After our victory bver Newark by
50 wo Bperit a day In New ork,
where w6 visited ono of tho great hat
factories, and wcro presented with, it
hat 'apiece. Wo tiro quite 'Amercau
now In ourfloft feltfrmade up Into all
sorts of saucy shapes.
At Trenton, New Jersey, about sev
enty tulles away, wo played the locul
club. Ifwas tho niott remnrVuble
Kanin wo have played. The1 "ground"
was a piece of waste land. vcr nnr-
Wow, and beforo the gamo' started it
was necessary to remove' tin canH, old
boots, bricks, etc. A mound of onrlli
severul feet high was Immediately In
front of tho ono goal, which made It
almost Impossible to score, tho ball
boarlng feet over, tho lar.
The prlcb of admission was SO cents
(2s. Id.), and tho cntranco to the
ground was tlirough a broken fence.
About 3,000 people saw the Kame, and
a rough old lot they were, drawn from
Throughout tho gamo the ground
was never clear, of the spectators, and
their excitement was Intense when the
locals bogan "to get Into us." With
long kicking from the back division,
the forwards, of tho beefy type, bore
down on us lu n mass. Invariably
the mull was tho object, and not tho
ball, urn!. thu sceno baffles description
when they scored Mm first goal ugalnift
us of tlio tour. ,- Hats iititl sticks wero
thrown ubout pell-mell ami the uproar
wob tremendous, ( '
Two or Ihreo of our men were In
jured In tho hullabaloo, I got a twist
ed nose.i and Mlues unci Coiipland
wero both badly, lamed.
An Impromptu Match.
Amid threats and sarcastic epithets
the gamo wns continued, and, thu for
wards bucking up, Brown-Sim 'scored
from Eastwood's centre and the Bcoro
at half-tlmo wnii 11. During the In
terval nil Impromptu match was play
od by the crowd, ami we had grenftcatchlng on among Americans In this
lllrlculty In regaining tho ball.
Tho second half wns a repetition of
the flrsVwelglit, and plenty of It, be
ing tlio. order, with suudry kicks and
hacks ta go one with, 1)ut tho cllm-
ax was reached when the' opposing
centre-half- 'otts,dellbcrately struck
lliown-Sltn, or. In. the words of tho lo
cal aper of the following day: "Pots
sent a short luxikto tho jaw of the
distinguished English pluyer."
Potts wns ordered off, and acclaim
ed a hero by tho crowd, amid great ex
citement, and it was somo (fine before
Svo could clear the ground. Before the
close Gordon Hoaro scored the win
ning gonl, tho scoru being 2 1 In our
favor, und wo wero pleased to cay
good-byo to Trenton. Hut It will live post hospital Thursday morning nf
long lu our memories. Iter an llluoss of knvi-r.il days, llo ban
Tho Biimo et'enlng wo entrained fur
our long Journey-to Cincinnati (twenty-four
hours' rjde). TJirough that
wild stnto ot West Virginia, with its
rough wooden hills, and tho accom
panying crowd of piccaninnies, which
hitherto we had only seen depleted In
history of fiction, tho journey was n
most Interesting one.
On the journey Ono of our 'party
donned the coat' anil cap of the sleeping-car
conductor, nnd for a wager
called' upon tho passengers of (ho ad
jacent car to produce their tlckclH.
Football by Electric Light.
Wo had a great reception nt Cincin
nati, a four-in-hand meeting us at the
station, in ihe evening, nt ten o'clock,
wo played a picked team of Cincinnati
un'dor electric light boforo n crowd of
5,000 people, and after n fair gamo
won easily 90.
At riving on tho following day nt St.
Louis, tho centre of "Soccer" football
In thq State, another rousing reception
nwnltod' us. Wo derived; the great lm I
nmurcnicnt frmn ,the notices In tho lo
cal papers. Members of our team
wero described as millionaires, capi
talists, 'gentleme of leisure, etc,
Fitchle, our lifaw laddie, was sin
gled as a likely cOndldatCvfor an Eng
lish cap; J.emoliio was Ilio bout goal
keeper Jn the world. Carlcnttiros of
your lengthy humble were everywhere.
Wo played the crack team, the Blue
bells u Scottish team beforo 8,000
peoplo, 'und won 5 0. It was a really
Kooil.gnino. Tho footwork f( our, for
wnrils was greatly ndinlrcd. Little
(lato of llford nnd Wnnstcnd) played
Insldo loft against,! us. The mayor
kicked off. Our goal scores wero
Hoaru fthrco),'. and Fltchlo nnd
Browii-SIm one each".
It Is evhleiit from tho appreciation
of the finer iiolnts' of tho game shown
uy the, spectators that "Soccer" Is fast
city, and It Is freely ndmlttoii that
from tho spectntnis' standpoint tho
American ltughy gamo 1b "not Iri the
At tho moment our record standi:
Played Bj won 9; gcoro'd 73 goals'to 2.
F0BT SHAFXEH NEWS,
FIELD AND BARRACKS.
. The bowline loam -as nualn prac
tlclnc Tlitirnilay afternoon -iiml wits
kept nbout mi hour niul a half. Some
excellent scores were made mid If
tjie team proRressos as f.ist In' tho
next twu.wceks as they huva ill tlio
past two a better team will ha hard
The best score Mr Thursday nfter
noon wns 232 niul tho lowest 19:1
taking n teain of live men ,1111s is
tonslilcred excellent, whllo the al
leys, were not In (nse by the toutn.
others were trying, their bowlings ub.
Illtles und with thu team and others
the alleys were In uso most of thu
Private Sihwynoch Company H,
20th Infantry was released from thu
taken up his duty A formerly Prlv
Pie In Company II. All thu hoys wel
come him bath.
The duties of tho poet for Thiir?
day were about ns usual as payment.
In the afternoon did not Intercept?!
tiny of tne gnrriBou unty. The drills
from 7 a. ni. to S n. nt. wero under
direction of Company Commanders,
niul an hour of .gymnasium drill fiom
S'A't u, m. to !:1!i n. m. for Com
pany (I and nn hour from 9:15 to
10:15 a, in, Mr Company II. All1 tho
Cniupaiiyn furnished the details for
The paying of nil tho troops In thn
Island wus somewhat early last
month ns the Paymaster who )n sta
tioned lu Honolulu was going on
leave of ubseneo nnd the paylug was
done ns early ns possible. '
Visit. Pott. ,
T. II, Brown formerly Corpornl
Company V, 20th Infantry was a'
plensnnt visitor nt tho postThttrs
dny, Mr. Brown was honnrnbly dis
charged nbout four months ago nnd
now has u position with J. Hopp &
Co. nnd declares his intentions of re-1
malulng lu ami making Honolulu
his home. ,
1'ilvnte Ford Conipnny 0 Kngl-J
ii-urs ui run ue uussy wns entered
nt tho Fort Shorter hospital Thilrs
dny for oyo treatment. There ulol
now severnl men from othor posts In
tho hospltnl nt Fort Shatter for
treatment. There nrs eomo""ffom tho
Fifth Pavnlry stationed at Schoflehl
BarrackB and ulsc- from thiftArtlllery,
stationed nt Fort Jlttger. 'If
PERRY-DAVIS PAIN KILLER
Is "an ottfice or prevention" ns woll
as n "pound of euro.''' For bowel
troubles, Bkln wounds, colds and
other Ills. 35c. and 50c. sizes.
Electro. magnets In us0 In English
hospitals to remove mntnl unrllnluci
from patients' oyen can bo' made tofl
exert u pull nf thltty poniidu tb tli;i
square incti, -
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