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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. II., THU11SDAY, JAN, lit, ll5.
When shown, positive and reliable proof that a certain
remedy had cured numerous cases of female ills, wouldn't
any sensible woman conclude that the same remedy would
also benefit her if suffering with the same trouble ?
Here are two letters which prove the efficiency of Lydia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
Keil Hniiks, MIsi. ""Words nro liindcqunto to express wlint
Lydlu i:. IMiiUIkiiu's A'cjrctnblo Compound litis done for me. I
suffered from feinulo disease nud weakness which the dot
ting until win caused by a fibroid tumor, nnd I commenced to
think there was no help for me. I-j ilia 13. Pink hum's VcKetable
Compound mado mo a well woman after nil other means had
fulled. My friends are all asking what has helped me so much,
and I Rladly recommend I, yd In E. lMnkham's Voire table Com
pound." .Mrs. AVIIllo ICdwards.
llamnstcnd, Maryland. "Before tnltlnp; Lydlu K. Plnkhnm's
A CKctaldo Compound I was weak and nervous, and could not
be on my feet hair a day without suffering. The doctors told
mo t never would bo wqll without an operation, but Lydla K.
l'lukham's Vci;etablo Compound has done more for tue than all
the doctors, nud I hope this valuable medicine may come Into
the hands of many more suffering women." Mrs. Joseph II.
We will pay a handsome reward to any person who will
prove to us that these letters are not genuine and truthful
or that cither of these women were paid in any way for
their testimonials, or that the letters are published without
their permission, or thaf the original letter from each did
not come to us entirely unsolicited.
What more proof can any one ask ?
For 30 years T,ydln E. Pinkham's Vegetable
Compound has been the standard remedy for
female Ills. No sick woman does Justice to
herself who will not try this famous medicine.
Made exclusively from roots and herbs, and
bus thousands of cures to Its credit.
MssaOIrx. Plnkliam Invites nil sick women
WkW to write her for advice. She has
guided thousands to health free of charge.
Address Mrs. Plnkliam, Lynn, Mass.
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California Game and Fish
BROUGHT TO US ON EVEIIY STEAMER. IT IS THE
KIND THAT REMINDS ONE OF THE O00D THINGS TO
BE HAD IN THE,MARKETS,ABROAD. ALWAYS FRESH
W. F. Heilbron, Prop. , j , Phone 45
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FORT SHAFTER . NEWS
A general inspector Is expected to
nrrlvp oh the U. S. Arm) transport
Thomas from San Francisco today mill
sotXiaftt-tjhcre will lie a gngcnl(fa
spectlon of the post. These Inspections
annual nml every iiail of the iot
fcteil. The buildings nml .the
ell t on of the lxnt ifOd"
uijlpments Inspected nmMhC
battalion ylll be Inspected In drills.
garrison ami field. At the general In-
sicctlnn, 1009, the battalion, except
one company, was on n twenty-one day
practice inarch and camped near Sclio
field llarrncks, where the three com
panies. F, 0 and 11, were Inspected In
their drilling abilities and later tho
Inspector let timed to the post and In
spected Company- R.
1'ilvute Howell, mounted tnesron-
gcr, .Company II, 20lh Infantry, was
detailed ns oiderly for n general court
which convened nt Fort Shnftcr nt
2:30 p. nt. on the 11th.
Back to Duty.
cook i.ogan, company i;, sum in
funtry, has been relieved ns com
pany cook for Company K and lias
been returned for duty ns private. -
Private Anderson, Company O, will
doubtless be tinnsfcried to Company
K In a few dnjs, ns he has made
inppljcntlon for transfer ns cook, as
ineref,are no coohs in' uompan.M-1;
thai want to' (111 the Vacancy new
open since Cook Logan was relieved.
Corporal Ctirrnn, Company II, 20th
Infantry, was admitted to the post
hospital Tuesday 'morning. Ills Ill
ness Is not (if a serious nature and
ho' will be back with his company
for duty In n short time.
Owing to tho frequent showers
Monday and Tuesday mornings, there
were no Drills except gymnnslum and
the battalion was drilled battalion
drill at one' o'clock Tuesday after
noon. The drill lasted for little more
than nn hour. The men were none
the worse for tho two days without
drill and did excellent and were up
to time In nil the movements.
Privates Dugert and Williams,
both of Company F, were admitted
to the hospital Tuesday morning.
Musician Ferdlnnnt, Company a.
was discharged from the post hospi
tal Tuesday morning nnd returned to
Company O for duty ns musician.
SOON TO START
Donations May Be Solicited From
Merchant! and Others Through
out the City Fight Will Be'
strenuously varrKgi;yu tome
Secretary ol ,t
Smith Is of the iMtik
I FORT DE RUSSV ITEMS s
The Engineers, slnco tho first of tho . of the largo arc lampc, the court Is
jear. hae made many changes In the very fast. The older players, on tlnj
location nud personnel of tho survey j ""v'" '""" '" ' "e u
camps and tho work of mapping tho ls
If You Don't Know
' t? That our lodu are the best to be had in the city, it
' ii became you have never tried them, A trial cate will
convince you that in the manufacture of loda water we
, are in a clan by ourselves. ,. h
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
JOHN SCHLIEFF, Manager. ' Telephone 71.
land Is being rapidly pushed forward.
There nre now six detachments of sur
vey men working, two camps near
Pearl City, ono at I.ellehua, two In thej
mountains back of this camp and ono
at Wnlmnnalo. Ono tnoro party will
leave camp within the next few days.
Tho men nro taking great pride In the
work of their detachments and each
Is endeavoring to turn Into tho draft
ing room here the finest work nnd as
the entire survey Is Instrument work
a most complete map of Oaliu will be
the result. Most of 'tho instrument
men on this work were engaged in
the mapping of the Island of Cuba be
fore the arrival of Company a here.
A detachment of men, under the di
rection of Sergeant Charles Foard, re
turn to this post today In order to at
tend to the final shlpmcnlts of sup
plies and equipage to the camp at
Wnlmanalo. These men will remain
hero until tomorrow nnd will return to
their camp overland. The camp at
Walmannlo hns been pitched nnd tho
men nro' engaged upon their work. The
wagon train will leave this post today
for Pearl City and will carry many
supplies for that detachment.
S. O. 6.
Pursuant to telegraphic authority.
Headquarters, Department of Califor
nia. Sergeant WJIIlnm J. Foster and
Private Iveous Oberllghtner. of Com
pany O, 2nd Battnllon of Engineers,
will proceed this date from Lcllohua
to Fort Do nii8ay. on duty In con
nection with a military survey, nnS
upon completion thereof, will return
to I.ellehua. Tho quartermaster de
partment will furnish tho necessnry
transportation. Tho travel directed Is
necessary in tho military service.
Prlvato Clemmons, of Company Q.
Engineers, was this day sent to the
post hospital here. Trlvato Clem
mons has a fever but with careful
treatment will soon bo with his com
pany ngaln. Prlvato Hummel, who
has been In tho hospital for somo time
paBt, has returned to, duty with Com
As tho detachments leave the post
for duty In tho mountains tho best ol
tho handball players nro narrowing
down nnd tho games of yesterday
showed that the men, from now on
who win tho games will bo those who
keep In practice und spend all avail
able time, on tho court o. The con
tests of yesterday woro nil very close
and tho teams had to put up tho best
games possible to win. Tho most .of
tho games nre now played by electric
light In tho. evenings and, with the aid
Vantages of night play and there nro
not ono of tho KRines last evening but
what couhj hnvo been won by cither
team ir tho opposlto Dido had not kept
right after the ball.
Private Hoy Canon, Company O, has
been detailed on temporary duty und
er tho post quartermaster department
ns painter. Private Hero, of the samo
company, has been relieved from duty
In the quartermaster department nnd
has been returned to duly with his
company. Private James Smith has
been detailed as teamster In ho jiost
stables nnd Private Jones has been
relieved nnd sent to duty with the sur
Ten Days. '
Prlvato' Nelson I-nnd, of Company
O, Engineers, tins been granted a ten
day pass from his company and lst.
Private I-nnd will spend the tlmo In
Honolulu, lie has been at Fort I)e
Russy for some time, having como to
this camp with Company A, Engineers,
beforo tho nrrlvnl of tho present engi
neer troops at this post. Private Swnr
tail, of tho detachment at Lclkyhiia, Is
enjoying a pass In Honolulu from his
.detachment. Ho will return to his
station tho InBt of this week. Private
Swartau Is tho draftsman for the I.el
lehua detacl'imcnt, plotting in tho work
of tho Instrument men.
Corporal Henry Emerson, v.1.0 Is In
charge of tho detachment placing trl
angulation stations In tho mountains
back of this post, returned to this
camp today In order to arrango for
further supplies for his camp. Flags
are being placed on tho highest of
the mountains by this detachment nnd
will be used by tho survey party
which leaves, this camp the last of
this week, as points for transit read
ings. Corporal Emerson, and Private
Hammond, 'who accompanied him In,
will leave (or their camp this even
ing. Rapid Fill.
Tho pipe line, through which the cor
al and sand from tho sea Is being car
ried. Is fast extending across tho first
of the ponds of this post, Tho largo
dredge "Pearl Bar" is working day
and night sending In tho material for
the filling of the -ponds and ns fast its
a jwrtlon Is filled In a now plpo Is
placed ahead and tho fill continued.
Tho entire odgo of the ponds nro
banked up with sacks of sand nnjl tho
water, which carries the fllllngTo the
ponds, returns to tho sea through u
largo wooden flumo. Tho plpo lino
Itself extends far out to sea on a
I. SW 17 vj; i
sand dollars ncrentjffor twjJvdWm
secutlvo month's,' upplleu1 lh a'jnntnW
which meant business, would at least
rednco the-number of mosquitoes on
tho Island If not effectually extermln
Just where, this amount of monoy
Ir to come from Is nlso a problem
which covers nearly as much territory
ns tho mosquito.
There Is one ray of hope In tho meet-'
lug of tho shipper's wharf committee,
which Is to take place In a couple of
days. At this committee meeting tho
ndvlsablllty of donating a part of the
tonnngo tax. now collected, toward tho
mosquito-fighting camralgn will bo
dlscus'cd. If such n iccslou Is
reached It will gie the mosquito light
ers n start nt any rate.
To augment this expected donation
from the shippers' wharf committee,
nnd make the crusade effectual, It Is
suggested by the Chamber of Com-,
merce that smnll monthly - contribu
tions be solicited from, business
houces and citizens generally.
At a meeting of tho Chamber of
Commerco held yesterday. Ii E. Pax
ton ktated that Ihe question of tho ex
pected donation from tho tonnngo tax
would bo thoroughly gone into nnd
every posstblo thing dono to further
tho extermination ot the mosquito.
for Infants and Children.
Don't Poison Baby.
FORTY TEARS AGO almost every mother thought licr child must have
paregoric or.laudanum to make It sleep. These drugs will produce sleep,
and afew drops too many will produce the slocp from which I hero U
no waking. Many are the children who havo been killed or whose health lias
been ruined forllfo by paregoric, laudanum and morphine, each ot which Is a
narcotic product of opium. Druggists nro prohibited from selling either of tlin
narcotics ndmed to children at all, or to anybody, without labeling tlxnti
"poison." Tho definition of "narcotlo" Is: "A meitCctne tohtch relieves itih
and produce ileep, but tchlch npohonoui doses produces stupor, coma, convut
sions and death." Tho taste and smell of medicines containing opium aro dis
guised, and sold under the names of "Drops," "Cordials," "Soothing SympV'
etc You should not permit any medlclno to be given to your children without
you or your physician know of what It Is composed, Cnstorln docs not con
S The r yg , jr. guarantees gcnulno
Ignaturc of tAaY ucuit Gaitorla
Physicians Recommend Castorla.
"I bar ftronesllr pKKrlbnl CMlorit for com'
xaaa sUmcoU ot chlMrr n with goal retalli."
W, A. CBAXDilX, V. D.,
BaStlo, N. Y.
Al the ftthcr of thirteen children I crrUtnly
know ometbloff tboat your great incillclna and,
utile from my own family espcrlenre, I liare, In
my year of practice, found Caatorla a popular and
efficient remedy In almoat ererr home.1
Ws. J. McCaasx, M. D
"1 And your Cutorta la Terr beneficial In Ux
treatment of chlldrui'i allmenta,"
r. inn., M. D ,
"X olijcct to what are called patent medtctnea,
where malrr alono knows what etuff li put In Ibe m,
but I know the formula of ) our Caetorla and adt tm
IteuMlnprnitttcajre. XJudgalltohaa very uee
f ul, u well aa barmleae famll j medicine."
N. B. guts, M. D
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria.
In Use For 0ver30 Years.'
Why Salves Fall Whllj a Simple
Liquid Has Accomplished Thou
sands of Cures.
It Is now thoroughly established
among tho best medical authorities
that eczemn Is purely a akin disease,
due to a germ, nnd curahlo only
through the skin. It la not a blood
disease at all: In fact, thousands of I
people surfer with skin disease and
are perfectly healthy otherwise, nnd
thereby prove they havo no diseased
Smeary salves cannot reach the
germs because, they do not penetrate
the eklu. Tho only wy to reach tho
germs Is) by means of n penetrating
Such a liquid can bo obtained by
simply mixing ordinary oil vof winter
green with thymol, Klyce.lno and oth
er healing agents. This compound,
known as D. D. D. Prescription, stops
tho Itch Instantly and tho cures all
appear to bo permanent. In fact. It
took thousands of cures, case nftei
'case, before the bept scientific au
thorities wcro convinced of tho. nbso
luto merit of this remedy. D. D. D.
Prescription klll3 tho germs In tho
Itching Bkln, Its effect is seen within
ono minute after tho first application.
Wo especially recomninnd D. D. I).
Soap In.connoctlon with tho treatment.
Honolulu Drug Co., Fort ntrect. '
a eat a
There will be a concert by the Ha.
wnllan bnnd ut the Seaside Hotel
this evening at half-past seven
.o'clock. The followlug program wjll
March The Spirit of Liberty...,
OvorturoParr.grnph Th po. . . .Suppe
Idyll Evening Chimes. . . .nolllnson
Selection ErnanI Verdt
Vocal Hawaiian Songs
Ar. by Hergcr
Selection The Hohemlan Hello..
, . Englander
.Walt Artist Life Strauss
Murch Stars and StrlpeB Forever
Mid -January Bargains
It is our desire to clear our stock of corsets and petti
coats to make room fcr new goods. In order to do so we
are offering these low prices:
25c, 35c, 40c, 50c, 75c a piece
'50c, 75c, $1, $1.25, $1.50 a piece
NOTICE OF SALE OF GENERAL
LEASE OF AGRICULTURAL
LAND AT NORTH K0HALA,
At 13 o'clQck noon, Monday, Feb
ruary 14, 1910, at the front dour of
the Capitol, Honolulu, then) will bo
sold ut public miction, under provi
sions ot Pint V I.nnd Act lS9!i,
Sections 278-285 Inclusive, Revised
Laws of Hawaii, a General I.ense of
the following-described land:
Remnant of tho land ot Knau
buliu, containing nn area of 40
acres, more or less, being classed as
agricultural land. Upset rental $80
per annum; payable semi-annually In
advance. Term of lenso, 1C yeais
from Fobrunry 14, 1910.
Reservations regarding land re
quired -by tho government, for set
tlement or reclamation purposes, wl.l
be embodied In this lease.
Cost of advertising to bo paid by
For maps and further Information,
apply nt the ofllco of tho Comnils-
The Stur Spangled Banner.
Sousa 8lner of Public Lands, Honolulu.
BIIU.FTIN AOH PV
Ldwnrd C. Drown, n retired sea
captain, Is n patient In" a Hrooklyn 1810.
hospital, convalescing after his
twenty-third surgical operation In
five years. He was under the knlfo
for appendicitis, cataract ot the eye
and removal of a kidney.
Commlbslanor of Public Lands.
Dated, Honolulu, January II
Jan. 13, 20, 27; Feb. 4.
Dlank books of all sorts, ledgers.
'.etc., manufacture., by the Bulletls
Washington, October 7. Extromo
measures nre taken by tho Navy De
partment to apprehend Wnrrcnt Ma
chinist C. OoIipI, formerly nttnchod.to
tho cruiser Colorado, who wns con
victed of various serious infractions
of tho naval regulations, nmong which
wob tho misappropriation of money,
flobul was sentenced to be, dishonor
ably dismissed from tho service but
before the sentence could be executo.l
ho escaped from the brtdgo ot tho
cruiser Tenncsseo nt Snn Francisco.
If Gobcl Is recaptured a precedent will
be net which Is .expected to lessen tho
number of such escapes. Ho will bo
chnrged with desertion, and, upon con
viction, n long term of Imprisonment
can bo ndded to the original sentenco
of Blmpto dlsmlssnl.
WnshlniJlon, Dec. 4. Final touches
upon a bill to bo presented beforo con
gress at nn early date, which, In
short, Is a provblon to make tho naval
mllltln ot tho various states como
under tho samo benefits and training
as the .pick bill made posslhte for tho
national guard of the country, Is tho
principal business to be taken up by
tho delegates to tho National naval
mllltln association at n meeting hero
Tho now naval mllltla to bo put
In final shnpo ban received tho care
ful work of tho navul mllltla general
board has been revised by tho gen
eral board ot the United States navy,
with Admiral Dowey nt Its head.
BULLETIN Arm v
This Week at the Park Theater
TWO PERFORMANCES EACH EVENING
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In Ball&ds with Novel Effects
Mr. Walter Stanton
The World's Greatest Humorist and Mimic
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