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HVENINO nULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., TUESDAY, FED. 8, JOIO. , ft
PATH OFHALLEY'S COMET, NOW NEARING
' THE EARTH-AT 2,000,000 MILES A DAY
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PRAISE FROM A
Dr. Williams Pir.k Pills Restored
&Wer Health and Saved Hot
frdm Much Pain and
If women keep t'.i'ir blood supply
pulo it ml sniilclclit it w.il nvertomo
morbid tcrn'.ontiU at irillrnl times in
their Jljrm i ml ma: y tiunhlra growing
ont of functional ti.koit'.cra would bo
IloRnlarl'y In rll licr liblt, care of
OF AGED CITIZEN
In Eighty-Third Year and Think
Nothing of Ten-Mile -Hike
t Docs Finet Kind of Cabinet
It watt but a.chort tlrno ago lhat
Ilicio was murlt njlti about tho walk 113
stunts whtrll woio bolna pul'nd nit tiv
a visitor td tlii-to Islands who was
Bovrnty-tjiico veirs of nun. While 11
Is trlio tint tho perform,-"!! of this
pcdertHnn weio coiliclliius to bo won
, . nam ' . """ ' a mm
, j 1 , , .... -.I,
1 D k f& vf,
for Infants and Cliilch'an.'
tlioduftiitiiafetODlo forthebWblU 1"km1 at they scorn tuio put In the
all that is l.eccsnry in most CBkCs.to ihade.bv a resident of ono ot tho near-
lirrtorva tha liralth lu tliomo't trjlng by Hiiburbn.
tl.no of a woman's life. On t..ljsabjrit Jlr. Julius Fclioenlns Micr of C. J.
tLS. Schocnln. " o"
WMh Bays! ' man ' ,n'8 c"y nls como t0 thCBC lRl
lapproarhM my fortirtli scsrlna'nn'l to reside with his boh In l'aolo
nm-down cii'lthm fnuu imrwnrk. I Vallcyr where ho oxrretses hlmtcjr
hiuldlxry simlU :UUh Mould list for happy and contented nml rays ho Is
The Effects of Opiates.-
Taf AT INFANTS are peculiarly susceptible to oplmn'nnd lis vtu.oua prep
arations, all ot hlch ara narcotic, la well knoun. Even j tho smnlkit
'joscs, If continued, these opiates causo charjjes In tho fimrtlot.j and growth of
the cells, which art likely to become permanent, caiuJnK Lnbeclllly, ncntal
perversion, a craving for alcohol or narcotlcn In later life. Ktrvoua Ulsises, smJi
as Intractable nervous dyspepsia and lack of staying puv r, aro a resallof doln,-;
with opiates or narcotics to keep children quiet In their Infairy. T!.o rulo ainon
physicians is that children should never rucclvo opiate in tha smallest do&ca .tot
mora than a day at a time, and only then If unavoidable.
The administration ot Anodynes, Drops, Curdlal, jj.ic'.'iittig Syrups and other
narcotics to children by any but a physician cannot 'on too Vroncly decried, and
the druggist should not be a party to It. Children, who arn ill no. d tho attention
SAN J03K, Cal., Jan. 29. All telescopes sro now turned In tho direction of ll'illey's comet, vtli'-h Is np
projchltiK tho earth at tho rate of 2,000,000 miles n day. Whllo this most woiule ful of nit eomuts, which
crosses the path of tho earth once In about every seventy jears, cannot jet be eccii b tho inked eje. It
has been photographed at the Lick observatory sccrnl times within the Inst three months and may now
bo picked up with small telescopes. Two or possibly three months may elapse before It can bo seen with
out the aid of a telescope, but In time It will blaze forth with wonderful brilliancy. It Is now passing from
tho constellation ot Aries nto i'lsccs and at tho e,ml of tho mouth will set about 9 p 111. Ilallcy's comet has
been one of the Important phenomena in tho history of astronomyv Culncjc and European astionomers rec
ord appearances of the comet In 137$, HuG, 1531 mid 1C07, but It was not until the son of a London soap-
maker, Edmund llallcy, in 1GS2, associated these appearances that the science of I lontirlng comets was
established. The comet moves In a great t Illpro sttretelilnif nut bcyon I the orbit of Neptune. Of all tho
comets with periods less than eighty )ears Ilallcy's h the only one which mocs with a rctrogrado motion
that Is, in tho direction opposite to the motions of all tUo planets about the sun.
slxorsucnua and wa utvous at d willing to put In o'ghty-t'vq iuo"3'cf a physician, and It Is nothing lees than a crime tod. n-lli.m willfully with nar.
Ti."n:.i,.i jCmi. i,.. ,.rt Vi.i.MAi,caM ror Do u 6al" lniu T' JullU8coUc. CatorlacontInsnonarcotlcslfitbeaMthoflgnaluroofChM.n.Flctclir.
Ipm ft t n 1 i n.f n, H, ti. mIi Schocnlng la hi hln olBhty.thlrd year. '.'
very f.it nLd then at otlirr thiicsjt. .. . ., ..... . in.. y yr . rnnrnniin vnnnlno
itnre of Zt&ffiUc&u
wonllVnt i.n alnnlr that IrnuldLOtl That ho Is In JHs clghty-lhlra year
f.rli. 1 imii ...n hi.n'rilin wlmtpver and 1 li Eomohat rennrltibiO, bat when
my ttnumt-li waswonk. I Was palo and , ono Is mndp acruilntol with romo
ran dowu la welylit. of tho performances of th'a ol 1 gen-
"rornvoyrnrslwnsln tlilscouumon"toman wno ,ng raiiPl tho alloted
aun whs uniivrtna euro 01 toveraiuoc-
tors, both in
Ark. I ooul
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U50 Dr. Williams' Ilu't lill mid vat Jlr. Julius jchoenlns hag been hero
ubln to klcep better. I kpt right Mi ' for socral tuonlhn , nnd acraglng
VikliiK tho puis Him r.autca in weigut
nujrnrn i n m imiivuuiimi uoman wno nns rn"i-Pl mo auuieu
under the euro of toveral doc-1 lrtp pcro ahi, Pn uv n)nntt another
;olublt1or.,:,1'!.S.orS -ore ...on wonderment ccmes to tho
no at all. I Anally ntnrted to , aurface. ....
which we send free on reqnes
In order to better serve our patrons and the automobile public
in general, we wish to announce that afer careful inquiry we have
secured the services of a Tire Repair Expert from the mainland
whom we feel confident in recommending as being able to do the
highest grade of work in his line, both on outer cases and inner
tubes.' We have also equipped our shop with the most approved
appliances for this purpose.
We .will never attempt to repair tires beyond repair, consequent
ly we seek your confidence in our judgment, as well as your pat
ronagefor Good Work only, and to back up this statement", will
guarantee our Retreads for 2000 milts.
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, LTD.
hji Merchant at Bishop Street.
and strength and felt better lu ecry
way. The pills cared me aud I do not
liesltato to rooommeuil them."
Those who are Interested lu the treat
ment which cured this case ran obtain
farther Information by writing for the
Talks to Women,"
Women will find iu Dr. Williams'
Pink Pills the toulo exactly salted to
their needs. Moat of the Ills from whtoh
they suffer are duo to bloodlessness m
condition which the pilN readily correct
Vt. Williams' 1'lnK tills are aiao
Invaluable in rheumatism, after-effects
ot the grip and fevers, sick headaches,
stoinaoh trouble, neuralgia and even In
partial paralysis And locomotor ataxia.
The pills are sold by all drogglsts, or
will bo sent, postpaid, on receipt of price,
00 cents per box; six boxes for 3 00, by
trio ur. Williams Hcmcine tympany,
Schnectadv. Nv Y.
igBaitnre or -wyr, '4CCWX umtoria
Physicians Recommend sastorla.
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Ask a Travelling Man
what paper he finds most in the different places he
.visits in these Islands and he will tell you "The
That is the answer invariably of a disinterested party, and it proves
the truth of the assertion we are advancing, and that is that the Bul
letin' is the mest widely distributed newspaper published in Hawaii.
Almost every English reader reads the Bulletin; For this
reason it is valuable to you if you have lost Bomethingf found some,
thine, want something, or have something to sell. '
Advertise the fact in the Bulletin and you will inform
the entire Island public. You can do.it for one cent a
word in the classified column.
OENGItAL ORDEnS NO. 1.
February 7th, 1910.
1. Companies and Detachments of
tho First Infantry, National Guard ot
Hawaii, stationed at Honolulu, will as
semble under arms at the Drill Shod
on Sunday, February 13, 1910, at 7:00
a. m.. In hcay marching order.
2. Commanders ot Companies and
Detachments will caution their men
to be on hand promptly, and be in
readiness to board the Honolulu Rapid
Transit cars at 8:00 a. m. sharp.
3." The Quartermaster's Department
will furnish tlie necessary transporta
tion1' and subsistence for tho First In
fantry, en '"route to the I eaguo
Grounds and' return.
.4. Accoutcpneuts: l'nc't to con
tain poles,, pins, rope, blanket, poncho.
Hacrsack to contain meat can tin
cup, knife, fo:k and spoon.
By order of COI.ONKL ZKiai.mi.
THOMAS I'. CUM.M1NOS
Cnpt, aud.Adjt. 1st Inty.. 11. G. II.
GENERAL ORDERS NO. 2.
February 4, 1910.
1. In compliance with Special Or
ders No. 231, HoadquarterB, Depart
ment of California, tho National Gunnl
(f Hawaii will bo Inspected by Major
Samuel V. Dunning, 20th United
States Infantry, ns follows:
a. Company I, 1st Infantry, and tho
Hospital Corps Detachment, at Wal-
lukii, County ot Maul, on February 13,
b. Company L, lrt Infantry, at ho.-
halna. County of Maul, on February
c. Company D, 1st Infantry, at
Hllo, County ot Hawaii, on February
d. All organizations ctatloned at
Honolulu, County ot ahu, on Fcbrii
afV 27, 1910.
2. Commanding officers will mako
requisition on the proper departments
for all necessary armB and equipment
to fully arms and equip their com'
marids as pipscrlbcd by' paragraphs
320, 329 and following, ot tho Ritcs
nnd Regulations for tho National
Guard of Hawaii.
3. Troops will bo assombled for In.
ppcctlon In heavy marching order un
less otherwise ordered by the Inspect
4. Commanding oClcers will hold
themselves In readiness to drill their
commands as may bo directed by tho
Inspecting Officer. t
5. Tho following returns and ex
hibits will bo mado'on U. S. forme:
a. Returns In duplicate of all Uni
ted States ordnanco, quartermaster,
medical aud signal property and storeR
actually In the possession and control
of nil officers and enlisted men pres
ent and absent at tho tlmo ot tho In
spection, Erich reports to be handed
to tho Inspecting Officer a tho' time
By order of, tho Governor. '
JOHN W. JONES,
. Tho Adjutant General.
TOCURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Take' Laxative Bromo Quinino
Tablets. . AH druggists refund
the money if it fails to cure.
E. W. GroyeVignature is on
each box v
IVlKlS MEDlCUiB CO,, St. Leuii, U 8. A.
nvo mornings of c.ery week prior to
the lato rainy Bcison ho has arisen
at daylight and rodo a blcjclo from
his son's homo In Palolo Valley to
Walklki. taking a bath In the surf
nnd riding the wheel back to the val
ley again. That In itself Is some
thing wonderful when you think of tho
ago of the gentleman.
This wonderfully well preserved
man has fitted himself up a neat llttlo
workshop and has turned out all kinds
of book cases, cupboards, screen safes,
and Bitch liko, doing cabinet work that
will stand tho closest inspection. He
thinks nothing of taking a flvo to
eight, rollo walk, and considers that
llttlo stunt a mere betore-breakfast
constitutional. It was but a Bhort
tlmo ago that ho hiked It from tho
Palolo homo around Diamond Head and
back, and after returning dld'qulte a
bit of cabinet work during tho after
noon. A coupjo of years ago Mr. School
ing was here 'on a visit and on ono
occasion he tramped to tho top ot
Tantalus, carrying his Bharo of tho
outfit for a couple days' stay tor tho
family of four. I '
Mr. Schhenlng was born In Hoi
Bteln. Germany, nnd has been In tho
United States cilice 1SC7, settling In
Chicago, for tho most of tho tlmo, nnd
working at his trade of wheelwright.
It was suggested to hint, last night
that' ho enter In tho coming Mara
llion .race to Halclna. Ho smiled over
the proposition but thought that ho
would not ho so far behind at the
Vhen tho writer called on him last
evening ho was deeply Interested In
reading the Evening Bulletin.
Tour MTtttration known ti Caitoria I bate ncd
toe yean la abUton's com-jlnlnU aod I bm found
DOthlof batter." Jons; J. Lsrra, M. D.,
, Cleveland, Ohio
For antral raarat recommended your "Caitoria'
and abaU always eonUnne to do to, aa It baa lore
rlably produced beneficial rwulu."
Kdwiic r. Fannii, M. I., New York Cltr.
"Tour Caitoria Is a meritorious bouachoM
remedy. It la portly vegetable and acts aa a mild
ft,-,..., Abort all,- It doca no b-rm, which It
mon than eta be saM of tie groat majority of chll
YloToa H. Oomua, M. D., Omaha, Neb,
"I bare nrncr!lod roar Ctirtoria In many caaea
cnt I &.o chvHTt found It an efficient and tpecdy
remedy." A. V, Pactcn, M. D., Bt. Lonlt, If o.
"I'-arecftulyonrCa.torialnmy own boattbold
ru (.o- A rrruttr, and bare adtlecd tereral patients
ue It fof Itt mtl.1, laxatlra effect and freedom
lrora natal." ' Kdwaro TiMiin, If. D.
Brooklyn, N. T.
"TnrrCmlnrla bold tha oteen) of tb medical
proferelon In a manner beld by no other proprietary
prrparailun. It It a sore and reliable medicine for
Infante and chl'dren. la fact It la tha nnlreml
houetnold remedy for lnfanUla allmenta.''
Jf. A. faaaxa, M. Dn Kansas City, Ma.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria.
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Thero was a safe robbery out at
FortShafter Sunday night and although
tho burglars got away with a small
sum uf money they missed a much
larger amount that was In tho sate.
Tho safe, which Is a sinallone, was
carried some four hundred jards be
fore tho burglars, who were evidently
amateurs, got at the content. It Is
tho opinion ot those Investigating tho
matter that the thieves weie well ac
quainted with tho place thu saCo was
kept, and that they watched their op
FOR CANON AND MRS KROLL.
Have to Choose
and Comfort in
When you bought ordinary shoes you had to decide whether
you wanted 'style or comfort because' you knew that it was impos
sible to obtain both in the'jame shoes. Wecan give you Women's
Regal Shoes that wfll afford you both perfect style and abiolute
' cornforL Tfieie combined features have helped to make Women's
Regal Shoes famous.
Our Women's Regals are exact reproductions
of the latest, correct custom styles and Regal
quarter-sizes (found only in Regal Shoes) insure
perfect fit and comfort. We wul demonstrate this
to you any time you will drop into our store
$3.50 and $4.00
Regal Shoe Store
King and Bethel
(Special to tho Dili let In.)
WAILUKU. Maul. Feb. 4. nov.
Canon and Mrs, Wm. Ault gaVo an en
tertainment at tho parsonage Frldiy
evening, January 28th, In honor of ltcv.
Canon and Mrs. Kroll ot Lahalnt.
Among the evening's events were it
cltals by Mrs. Kroll, a cornet Bolo.by,
Cashier Lutkln of Watlukti National
Dank, and a musical nolo by Mies
Wacom ot Maunoala Seminary, whoso
singing was greatly admired. Mrs.
Ault was accompanist. Tho' rost of
tho ovenlng was'spent In social games.
Among thoso present wero Judgo and
Mrs. W. A. McKay, Mr. nmj Mrs. J. N.
S. Williams, Mr. Murdoch, B. D. Kings
bury, Mrs. Rose Kepolkal, Mr. and
Mn. L. M. Baldwin, Mr. anc Mrs. J;
H. Kunewa, Mr. anad Mr:, C, D. I,if
kin, E. H. Hart; tlcsdamcs Howell.
Mossmannt Hnyseldcn; Austin avn'd
Mllllo Weight, Miss L. K. Hart, Miss
Jennlo Hansen, Mrs. J. V. L. Mar
shall, Mrs. Irene Alkon, Mr. nnd Mrs.
A, II. ttndgrat, Mr. Mover, Mr. and
Mrs. Perrlno, Mr. Kooln, and .others.
FOR ALEXANDER HOU8E.
We carry the largest and most varied stock in the islands. '''
Good furniture at moderate prices.
Your credit is good. ' . i
(Special to the Bulletin.) .
WAILUKU, Maul, Feb. 4. Mlsq
MacDougall will glvo a dramatic re
cltal'at the Alexander Houso In Wat
luku next Wedncsdavv evening. Tho
evening's receipts will go towards pay
Ing for an acytoleno plant for the kin
dorgarten premises. It Is hoped that
Walluku will turn out In large num
hers to hear Mils talented lady
In her phenomenal elocutionary
powers, for It is -not oil en that such
talented persons pay Walluku a visit
A' Inan feels Ilka kicking' hlmsolt
when a homely woman attempts tol
flirt with him.
J. HOPP & CO.
185 Kinc St.
i i ,' '
Why is ourwod and coal business developing ' so" rapidly l
Simply because we give full measun. the best quality and the lowest
prices. Once a trial order, you will become a steady Customer. "
Honolulu Construction & Draying Co"., Ltd. '
Fort StM below Merchant. Phone 281.
' NEW HATS, Coast Styles
1028 Nuutnu St.
$1 a Year
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