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BVBNIVC1 BttMJSTIh HONOLULU. T. H., WEDNEBDAY, MAR
, 9, 1910
New Models of the famous NEMO Corset
W. 405, WHITE COUTH For medium and tall,
ttojit figure, .having the new Nemo relief bandi.
Ekir long over the hips, back ami ildti. Price
j nil.-. ...., 14.00
HO. 403 For ihort, itout fitrare, having the new
Eejno relief bandi. Extra long over the ridet,
tck and hint. Price .' ;..... .,.$4.00
KO. 405, MILITARY BEIT CORSET With flattening
back, for tall and slender figure. long over back
and bios: white coutil. Price ,......, $3.00
NO. 3S8, BROCADE COUTH Swan-ihape Nemo, for
t vau nrure. xixiremeiy long over we nipt ana
' 'back. Price $3.50
,1(0, 200 Baring the new dreu-adjutting device, a
metal tube to which the lhirt - waiit mav be
' pinned. Price i.., $2.00
NO. 314, SELF-REDUCING) CORSET For the ihort,
tout figure. Terr graceful. Price $3.00
NO. 312. SELF-REDUCING CORSET For the tall, ,
v itout figure. Price .. ,.. $3.00
'NO. 320. SELF-REDUCINO CORSET-i-With flaUeniHg
back, for tall, itout figure; white coutil. Price
' i i ,..$3.00
NO. 318, SELF-REDUCING CORSET With flattening
back, for ihort. itout fieure; white coutil. Price
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
Corner Fort and Beretania Street Oppotite Fire Station
RIOT AND SHOOTING;, .
STRIKE WILL BE EXTENDED
PHILADELPHIA, Mar. 8. Blx people, were pounded, tonight in a
riot growing out of the efforts of a party of strikebreaker to f escape
froth the strikers. The strikebreakers iatjui thetfjlvestbyigettlog Jnto
n tnr-barn.' after a. lot of reckless shootlnri which so "Infuriated tho
people that crowds charged the bar n and wrecked several cars.
a As tffcaiload of the strlkebreak ere jnced 'madly' 'down tho street
cl. '. JiVia4Iii ritr nnri taft.-'n ti',1 tl4 mhnln atrnMt humAn tnrcets!
eVfefatlon of labor met to day to consider the matter of fur!
dine, the strike. After co nslderftblo-discussion-action was de
Large, juicy,' firn and delicious,
choicest- queen olives; picked
packcd.right, and taste rifgnt.
S t 1 1 11 it
coarse or hbruus like bulk, olives.
ASK YOUR GROCER FQR THEM.
ROOT OUT FOR PARTY -HARMONY. t
ALBANY, N. Y., Mar. 8. Senator Ellhu Root Is taking an active
part In the present critical situation In New York politics, presumably
reflecting the wishes of President Tatt. In fact. It Is' stated that his
actions, In trying to bring about party harmony, are at the Instance
of Taft, and Root's position now Is a reminder of the post he occupied
In the Hearst gubernatorial campaign, when he appeared as a vigorous
lieutenant of President Roosevelt. Root 'has taken active charge of
the situation in the party, with a view to saving the organization at a
RAILROADERS ABOUT TO STRIKE.
CUICAOO, Mar. 8. A great strike. of engineers and firemen on
western railroads Is forecasted by the action taken by their unions hero
today. Eighty-six per cont, of the members of the firemen's and en
gineers' ualpns voted to go on strike unless given concessions.
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REFORM IS VOTED DOWN. ..,.
SEATTLE, Mar. 8. Seattle has voted for a wldcopen town, no
tVns tonight from the elections show the defeat of the reform ele
mont, and the election of QUI, wldeopen candidate and Republican, for
major, by a majority of G000. .
CORPORATIONS OPPOSE NEW TAX LAW. ' ,.,.,..
WASHINGTON, D. C, Mar. 8. Many briefs are being filed in the
United States Supreme Court attacking tho corporation tax law. Cor-
imrnilnnn nil over the country are resisting the proposed Federal In
comes tax. .
TROLLEY CAB AND TRAIN COLLmE. '
LOS ANQELES, Mar 8. Thtrty-slx people were Injured In a col
lision here today between a trolley car and a railroad train, which
met at croselngs. It .,1s thought that none of the victims aro. Injured
NEW HATS, Coast Styles
1098 Nuuanu St.
Sfow" Showing Big Line of
and India Lawn
ale Price, 7 l-2c up to 35c per yd
L. AHOY, Nuuanu Street
Modern Ideas of Comfort
in the office and in the home demand a circulation of the
' ' The New
8-Inch Electric Fan
a circulation of the air with abiolute noiie
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
V" " ' J" J"' . ' "" "" Mil llll ! III.
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' i'VLv! gtt your da cmU for HELP,
rescue with food old
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,v ' i100! -ylXHINC HAS CAVED MANY BUSINESS
v, J. i : '.' 1 niOM nNANCIAl, SHIPWRECK
BULLETIN PDBL1 SHINO CO.. LTD.
iWHITE PLAGUE IS .
Control's One Half Of
"About one-fourth of all children
born In the District .Cojumbia and
onsWth'iln Ue' country at f large
oerlsh before the completion ot the
first" year," ' So stated Dr. Kober at
Georgetown University recently.
The question as to the exacti part
that milk play In the spread ot
tuberculosls-4--stlll undecided, but
with the exception ot Prof. Koch,
nearly All are agreed that It plays
a more or less Important role In the
causation ot this disease, especially
In Great Britain about 30 per
cent, of the dairy cows have this
disease. In the United States tho
percentage varies greatly according
to Ihe locality. In the District ot
Columbia about 25 per cent, of the
dairy cows are tuberculous. In Ha
wall, Or. Norgaard says, It Is fairly
prevalent amongst the dairy cows
supplying milk to this city.
The danger from milk-borne ty
phold fever- Is 'of considerable im
portance, but not so much for In
fants, because the disease Is rare In
Infancy. Typhoid Is generally con
tracted by drinking Infected water,
but in a region whtfre the drinking
water Is well guarded there are
probably more typhoid epidemics due
to the milk supply than due to the
water supply. ,
Sore throat, scarlet feyer, cholera
and a few other diseases have been
traced undoubtedly to the milk sup
ply In many Instances.
The method ot handling the milk
from the time It Is drawrt until It
reaches the consumer is important
It should first be rapidly cooled with
Ice-water, soon after It Is drawn,
to -a temperature ot 4G degrees l
This almost stops the growth ot bac
teria. After cooling, the best method
Is to bottle the milk so that it can
'not be contaminated during trans
portation. Tho bottles should be
surrounded with cracked, Ice during
transportation, so that the milk" Is
kept at a low temperature until It
reaches the consumer.
The cooling and bottling should
be' done In a room entirely separate
from the milking bam, and this
room should1 be scrupulously clean.
All utensllsilwtth which the milk
comes In contact should, after use,
be first washed and then sterilised
with steam. ' i
Milk Inspectors generally observe
three things when they mako their
rounds, vli.r Disease In the cows,
tho sanitary condition ot the dairy
buildings, and for signs of tho 'milk
having been- adulterated.
This latter is a very Important
duty, as milk -may become Infected
with typhoid forms If adulterated
with water that'' has' been taken
from a. contaminated source.
There aro many who believe that
It is Impossible to procure clean
milk at least, tinder present condi
tions and thc'oa'cr different solu
tions to the ' problem1. , as follows:
Filtration ot the mllk'through Band,
And centrlfugaflitng the milk. The
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F you valu2 the prestige which !
wearing the latest styled clothes ,
assures and if you require fine
tailoring and rich serviceable
fabrics, then you will appreciate our '
They are,made by skilled tailors i
and the trimmings, are .the best
money can buy.
The price of our suits are from
$20 to $30
not more than ordinary clothes
prices. Nothing extra for the style,,
STUPENDOUS FURNITURE SALE
FOLLOWING 0UB USUAL' CUSTOM, WE WILL HOLD 0UE AN
NUAL CLEARANCE SALE, COMMENOfNQ HAB0H1ST TOMORROW.
i i .THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS' WORTH OF ALL GRADES AND KINDS OF
FURNITURE WILL BE MARKED AT PRICES WHICH WILL MOVE THE
O00DS AT BIGHT. ALL GOODS HARKED IN PLAIN FIGURES, SHOW-
, t ING OLD AND CUT PRICES.
J. HOPP fe Co., 185 King St., Lewers & Cooke Bid.
former Is oractlsed .to some extent
in' Europe. "It (clean's; the mlUTor
dirt, but not, of, bacteria. The lat
ter method unquestionably separates
tho dirt from the milk, but It offers
the same objection as that of fil
tration, namely,, that- the bacteria
are not separated, but remain in the
'These two methods merely
amount to separating from the milk
the vehicle by' which tho dangerous,
Infective basterla. entered he milk,
but It leaves the'danaerous element
Itself, the bacteria, still present In
By far tho best solution offered
is 'that ot Pasteurisation on a com
mercial scale. This process does not
get rid ot the dirt, but It kills all
disease germs and renders the milk
almost as free from danger as clean,
The objection , to Pasteurisation
on a large scale is that tne machin
ery la very expensive and unless tne
process Is done exactly right the
disease germs are only partially
Honolulu's milk supply Is derived
from forty-four dariea, comprising
approximately 1000 cows, which
yield between 4000,and 6000 quarts
ot milk dally. Of this' amount,
about 3000 quarts1 are sold from cans
and the balance from bottles. Ap
proximately one-half or the city's
total milk supply Is handled bf the
According to the records ot the
food commissioner of theTerrltorlai
Board of Health, under whose gen
eral supervision comes the Inspec
tion ot milk and dairies, 418 In
spections were made and 38S sam
ples ot milk were collected for the
Ix months ending December 31.
The record ot the dairy Inspections
shows that no dairy aterlllies all Its
utensils, fourteen darles cool their
milk before delivery, 'two dairies
using l6e for this 'purpose; thirty
three darles allow calves to suckle
the cows either before or.after milk
ing, twenty-two require their minc
ers to wash their bands before milk
The source ot 'water supply for
thirty-nine dairies is from the city
mains, (three get their water' ftom
arteelan'iwella, and two from open
Bnrlncs. Two dairies use 'ferment
ed brewer's grains in addition' to
other mill stuffs and green fodder.
The milking floors ot thirty-seven
dairies ae of cement, with cement
dralns:flve have wooden floors and
two earth floors; thirty dairies are
provided with darlns; the balance
are unprovided. Nineteen dairies
wash their stables' In addition to
plain sweeping, seventeen wash
their floors occasionally, thirty-six
knoii thnlr ualls free from dust, etc.:
j twenty-nine whitewash their stables
twice annually, nine whitewash once
annually, six do not whitewash at
Threo or fourout of all the diiry
herds havo been Inspected by a vet
erinarian. The nationality of the
dairymen represented In the above
Is as follows; Portuguese, 21;
American, 12; Japanese, 7; Hawai
ian, 3; Chinese, 1.'
Splendid work Is being carried on
by the Palama Settlement in the es
tablishment of Its pure milk depots.
To the settlement Is dueAtho estab
lishment of a beginning in a pure
milk supply. Tho settlement main
tains, two milk dopots.
James J, Hill says mora homes are
broken up by bad cooking than by any
other causo of martial unhapplnoss.
Hooray! We're glad one man has
courago to speak up Portland Ore-gonlan.
yn.T liquid CURES ECZEMA.
Bkln suffererst Drop greasy salves
and nasty medicines. That mild,
soothing liquid, D. D. D. Prescrip
tion, stops the awful Itch with tho
first drops. A doctor's prescription
of acknowledged value. Get a bot
tle at the Honolulu Drug Co, Port
rTHE immense number of people in the
4 United States who have "pledged them
selves to abstain from mea.t diet as a protest
against its high price has, caused more comment
than any popular movement in the last decade. The Ameri
can people arc meat eaters' to an extent unknown, in any other
country, and still they are not the healthy people found else-
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The hew International Encyclopaedia, vol.
2, page 679, says:
"Ale and Beer, especially lager beer, contain j
considerable nutriment and in certain parts of
- Germany where lager beer is very freely drunk
it seems to take the place to some extent ot
animal food." .
h. Authorities agree that gqod beer is a FOOD and it
wouldviee'mt tjiat the solution to the high cost of living problem
could rjerfolincj in the greater consumption of beer. In these
islands wher the need of atonic is so universal the. reason foiv
drinking moregood beer is even greater than on the mainland!
s and the beer to drink is '?, , s
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