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.JR'" 3l i ' EVENING BULLETIN,, HONOLULU, T. I!.. TIltlllSDAV, MAU. 10, 1910. , """ " '
EVEN1NQ DULLET1N,I10N0LULU,T. II.. TIIIII18DAY. MAU. 10, 1310.
u. -, : ; ' 1 i . v,
for Infanta and Children."
1 Don't Poison Baby.
tCQRTT TEARS AGO almost every mother thought her child must have
paregoric) or laudanum to mUo It sleep. Theso drugs will produce sleep,
and a fewdropt too many will produce the sleep from which there ll
no waking. Many are the children who have been killed or whose health has
beer ruined for lite by paregoric, laudanum and morphine, each of which Is a
narcotic product of opium. Druggists are prohibited from selling either of thr
narcotics namod to children at all, or to anybody, without labeling, them
"poison." The definition of "narcotic" Is: "A medicine which rtlievfi pain
and produce $leey, but which in voixmoui doses produce ttupor, coma, consul
lion and death," The taste and smell
guised, ana sola under the names of "Drops," "Uordials," "Soothing Byrupv
'etc.! You should Uot permit any msllclno to bo given to your children Trillion'
you or your physician know of v. hat It Is composed. Castorla does not con
. teUa narcotics. t
"l(ur frrqnmtlj pmcribed Culotts for com
ssw aumestoof children with Rood tcpulu "
. , '. W. A. Cbudall, M. D ,
. 1 llllff.in M. V.
"is the ftthtr of thirteen chl'dren I ecrttlnlr
know something shout your great medicine od,
stda from mj own family eiperlence, f,hire, in
117 jean of practlca, found Caatorla s popular and
Sclent remedr la altnaat (Ttrj home."
,7 Wx. J. McCsixx, M D ,
.Children Cry for Fletcher's Castorla
' In Use .For .'Over 30 Years.
f K.AUa 0aNV. ft feWMA .TMIIT. l WVT.
TABLETS ABE THE MOST EFFEC
TIVE IN "WARDING OFF THE
GRIPPE AND IN RELIEVING THE
DISTRESSING FEATURES IN A ,
' , COLD IN THE HEAD.
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
'FORT AND HOTEL STREETS ,
Will be Continued for One
100 FELT HATS, formerly $2.00,
$2:50, and $3,00 each, now
200 STRAW HATS, formerly $1.75, .
$2.00, and $2.50 each, now
' 100 DERBY HATS,,all shapes, for
merly $3, $3.50, and $4,
now $1.50, $1.75, and $2.00.
GENUINE PANAMA HATS, all shapes;
formerly $10 and $12, now
$5 and $6. .
PORTO RICAN STRAW HATS, latest
t shapes, formerly $1.50, now
, tRAVENETTE a.id LEATHER AUTO
CAPS, formerly $3, now $1.50
CANVAS HATS and CAPS, formerly.
25c to $1.50,, now 15c to 75c
V See Our Window Display
LB. KERR &C0.,
of medicines containing opium nn ill. (.
'V , r- guarantees genuine
"I And jroar Cutoris It wry benefldal la Uw
treatment of chlldren'e allmenta "
F. D.Tii, M. D ,
"I o)it to whit art called patent medlclnea,
where maler alone knows whattfoff U pnt la them,
but 1 Lnuw tht formula of your Cutoris and ad via.
!U n la propercarrs. I Jade It to bo s Terr uro
f ul, as wall s. harmlcta family medicine."
N. D. Bum. H. D .
Director Stockman Ex
plains Difference In
As so many people, especially
tourists, nre under the Impression
that the readings registered by the
United Btates Weather Dureau's In
struments In tha kiosk on Hotel
street are official and therefore cor
rect, It Is as well to Inform the pub
lic that these readings are unofficial
mid thcreforo or no value, except to
give the temperature over a sun
"Tho ofllclal tempeiatures are free
air temporaries, away from'all ra
diated or refracted bent," stated
Wlillnm U. Stockman, director of the
United States Weather Bureau In
Hawaii, this morning to a II u 1 1 o
1 1 n representative.
In continuation, Mr. Stockman
said: "These temperatures can not
be obtained from Instruments placed
against the Bides of buildings In trio
sunlight or over or near pavements,
pebbles', etc. The temperatures re
corded on the root of the Young
Hotel would record practically the
same as the themiometor exposed in
the shado oer sod and at a few feet
from the ground In the open coun
try, and such other temperatures as
desired for all other scientific pur
"The maximum temperature at the
kiosk on Hotel street will read from
six to perhaps twelve degrees higher
than tha omclal maximum, dug en
tirely to the heat refracted from the
stone pavement near which It Is ex
In answer to the question why t,he
kiosk was placed In such a position,
Mr. Stockman said: "The klask In
question was placed purely as a- mat
ter of curiosity so that pedestrians
may experience the temperatures
over a ;un-hcated pavement."
HEARD IN COURT
(Continued from Pace 1)
Robert Hair anda8t. John 'Gilbert
swore that they saw Quinn'B machine
approaching, and that they heard the
sound of tho cars colliding. 'Oilucrt
said that' his machine was also slight
ly bumped l)' ne of tho other automo
biles. Judge, Andrado, counsel for both
parties, and the principals In the case,
adjourned from the court room to tho
site of the accident and, by actual de
monstration, gained a thorough Knowl
edge of how the accident occurred.
At noon the case was unfinished and
was sent over tilt this afternoon when
It Is expected that the matter will be
settled. , ,
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS
Entered for Record, March 9, 1910,
Dank of Hawaii Ltd. to W. M. Min
ion Par Rel
W. M, Mlnton and wf to Floyd H.
ISmmnns ; .D
Frederic L..Morong to Walter H. O.
Qugald Campbell by Atty to John
Nelll ...'. Ro)
Lllluokalanl by Atty to Lydla, K. A.
H. V. Lewis and wf tb Elizabeth F,
Monsarrat i . .'. .' D
S. W. Kamooalll to William' R. Cas-
Henry Waterhouse Tr. Co. Ltd. Tr to
Albert H. Tarleton Rel
Ellen M, Htgglns by Atty to Sun
Kwong Sing Co.. .Rcpt & Rcdtn Rent
Entered for Record March 10, 1939,
C. P. Alkuo and wf to L. L. Mc-
Candless : if
Alfred N. llnyeclden and wf to Lucy
K. Searlo D
A. N. Hayselden to Lucy K. Bearlo
,.' ........,..A M
Kahananul (w) to Mary Hal, D
Makatwl Hoonuu and bsb to Antone
V. Marclel Jr. et al ,,..,,.,....: ,D
J030 Rapozo and wf to William M.
Knlawaa Sr ..D
J. Kahele lona to Jose Caldelra...,D
I C. Hop Keo Co. P D
Mutl. Bldg. & Loan Bocy of Huw
Ltd. to Moreno K. JIulu Par Rel
First Am. Bnvs & Tr. Co. pf Haw.
Ltd. to Charles Copp Jr, ,.Rel
Moreno K. Hulii and wf to Charles
C6pn Jr D
Charles Copp Jr and wf to Cecil
Brown Tr ,.M
Dudley C. Bates and wf to Mary I.
Brown , . . ,D
MntrU H; Bate's to Mnry I Brown., D
Albert O. Bates to Mary I, Brown.. D
Luclllr Higmlth to Mary t. Brown, D
Mary D-HHiLonnan and hsb to Mary
I., Brown , D
Clarence W. Ashfordr and wf to
Jnmcs L. Coke ..., D
Bank' ( of Hawaii Ltd, to Addle H.
Del Freest A Rel
Addle H. Do Freest and hsb to
Rank of Hawaii Ltd.
:1V4 acres at Kallhi Valley, with
five-room cottage. Free 'water, Hen
houses; stable. Well fenced. Iaeal
place for a chicken ranch,
Also 2.4 acres unimproved, ad
P. E. R. STRAUCH
74 S. King St.
Injury' -By- Coal Fire
To Be . Repaired
It will take some time and money to
repair the damage wrought the Ameri
can ship Edward Sewall, through a dis
astrous coal fire during the oyago
from Newport News to Honolulu.
A spcclal.board of survey Including
Robert' Cation, Captain Clark and
Jariies'A, Lyle after halng made an
extensive and completo examination
of the' esse1, have filed their report
with the local Insurance underwriters.
It'ould' fouad that the Sewall'a
foremast had Bettled down 'about two
feet. Through action of fire and wat
er, tho bottom of tlie mast had corru
gated, and gone to the starboard and
forward for about three Inches. The
keelson was found to-have- become
bent to- thej-tarjjoarij also the angle
Irons and plate supporters which help'
the keelson' support the mast have be
come bent and eone to tho starboard
for several .Inches' .The celling on both
Biues rrom tno ouiKiieau forward ror
a distance of about .seventy feet aft Is
badly scorched and n new celling will
hitve to be fitted. 'Tho mast wedges
on tho upper dock, were also burnt out.
Joseph A. Oilman, .who represents
tho Sewall vessels at this port. Is act
ing as agent forCnntaln Quick In tho
Tho Burvey board has notified the
Sewall Interests that they recommend
repairs Including tho raising of the
foremast to Its original place. After
sheet of iron itakrn.off from heel of
mast to butt, forward side sheet to
be cut between four and six fcot up.
Anglo Irons to b'e cut off and renewed
or strengthened a-u deemed best when
tho mast Is cut off. The keelson un
der the mast, to straightened and
strengthened. Angle Iron plates and
supporter to" be 'straightened. New
mast wedges for upper and lowor
decks and a new t:clltuhon both sides
from bulkhead forward- for a&lstanco
of seventy feet aft.
Itfs understood that 'several lcal
concerns will bid on this, work., Tho
contract for repairs will probably bo
FAVORS DANCEft AT .' ,'
Miss W'all-tUrmeiy'of tlfo Novelty
Theater. v)ll appear tonight and the
balance, of' tho Vcek at the Empire
Theater. Sho wlll glvo her famous
Indian muscle dance.
Two-thirds of Russia's population
Sao Francisco Hotels
Geary Street, above Union Square
. Juit oppoiil Hotd St. lnodi
European Plan $1.60 day up
American Plan SS.00 a day up
Steel and brick structure, furnish-
ingicott $200,000. HighcUsshotel
atffloderate rates. Center of theatre
and rsull district. On car lines trans,
ferrtngatlovercity. Omnibus meets
,' all trains and steamers. Send for
booklet with map of San Francisco.
Hotel Stewart now recognized as
.Hawatlanlsland headquarers. Cable
address, "Trawets," ABCCode.
served at the
is the BEST IN TOWN, and
it is served at .the right tem
perature, C. J. MiCarlhy, Prop.
HOTEL AND BETHEL STS.
. WAIKIK1 INN
'Tht Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Heals At All Hours.
WINES, LIQUOBS. AND CIQABS.
W fl. BEBOIN. Pronrietor.
F EMWfiF THEATFI
1128 Fort St.
FINE BOLLS AND BUNS.
BOSTON BAKED BEANS.
B1ST0N BBOWN BREAD.
BEST HOME-MADE BBEAD IN
Bing up 107,
Is It Any Wonder
that yon are sickly and run
down when yon allow your
toBooh to become weak and
bowels constipated t Bnt
don't remain in inch a condi
will help yon wonderfully on
the read back to health. It
has been tested-for over 86
yean with satisfactory 're
sults in cases of Poor Appe
tite, Heartburn, Indigestion,
Dyspepsia and Malaria. Try
For salt by Benson, smith A Co..
Ltd.; Holllster Drug Co., Ltd.)
'Chambers Drug Co., Ltd.; HUo D'Ut
Co.; and at all Wholesale Liquor
for Women surpass others in
ITT, APPEARANCE, QUAL
ITY and PRICE, which is $4.
We are always proud to
Regal Shoe Store
King and Bethel
Open a Savings Account and de-
I posit regularly a specified sum, no
matter how little. Interest -will be
paid you on these deposits at four
and one-half per cent, per annum,
r . '
Bank of Hawaii,'
Capital and Surplus, $1,000,000
BETTER SPEND THE WEEK END
GO D0WN BY TRAIN OR AUTO
Sachs Block. Fort and Beretania Sts.
Klue furnished rooms, $1 per day
110 and upwards per month. Splen
MRS. C. A. BLAISDELL, Prop.
185 edltorlsl rooms 250 busi
ness office, These srs the telephone
numbers of the Bulletin office.
STOMACH A J
BITTER W !
WHITNEY &MARSB, ltd.
Select Showing of
Infants' and Children's "
Machine and Hand-Made
Why Pay Fancy Prices for
Civ Us a Trial -ji ,
American Brokerage' Co.
w t.H.' . n ?rn8i:rif'
c ri.a"!l ' ' ' r'
93-95 King Bt, near Maunakea
Send Us Your Order for
Phone 605 ' , . Free Delivery
Hawaiian Fishery. Ltd.
King Street Fish Market . ;- i
Large, juicy, firm and delicious. The
choicest queen olives; picked right,
packed right, and taste right. Not
coarse or fibrous like bulk olives.
ASJC YOUR"GR9CERJOR them
. Now Showing Big Line of
Victoria and India Lawn
Sale Price, 7 l-2c up to 35c per yd
L. AHOY, Nuuanib Street"
NEW HATS, Coast Styles
1028 Nuuanu St.
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