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W EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU,,-!. H., SATURDAY, APR. ?, 1910. , 8
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1 NEW CREAM ENGLISH SERQE-A beautiful quality Y ' !V ..V . ' & t&jri? ' f ' ' lK t ;, CIHlC
V for Ladies' Coat Buits and Skirts. Fifty inches wide; two .'- &. W ' tdpW V"X ifkPtfc. l II I
S qualitica $1.60 and $2.25 a yard". '. J&fiw$ K- J &MEW8 II I I I 1 '
1 NAVY BLUE FRENCH SEROE A very fine soft tex- P f Wo have st been Informed fyiat I KftVllv '?'' WfMlil k W fc '
ture for the new semi-fitting Coat Suits. ' ' niii Jinosier haR arrived "niiil'wlll ft Wy ' WIA$f)i xl
hi " NEW PARASOLS White, nlain nml liand-embroid. nlo his Impressions of llonoiulu'ln KUdl'l . ?,1?M'M HHHHH
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is iniiiy uuiucii: mso .cancy oiiKs in an me latest sivies. - ? . , . . - . mii- iximv: '. v vm :kiKrfi, .j
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NEW PARASOLS WWte. plain and hand-embroid.
ered, in Linen and Cotton, Natural Color Linen; plain and
fancy borders; also Fancy Silks in all the latest styles.
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CREAM LINEN SUITINGS 30 inches wide. 40e.'a
yard; 38 inches wide. 60e. a yard. These goods are a
fine quality of pure linen.
BRAHMA CLOTH SUITINGS Raw silk weave and
high lustre. Colors: Old Rose, Pink, Li(?ht Blue, Alice
Blue, Golden Brown, Tan, Lavender, Green, Champagne.
Twenty-seven inches wide, 35o. a yard.
NEW LINGERIE DRESSES A very largo assortment
irom iv upwara. 5?fflMi&;sjriJi.A.u.-
REMNANT SALE NOW ON DON'T MISS IT
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
Comer Fort and Beretania Streets OnDOsite Fire Station
It you have any trouble
with deafness, no matter
of how long standing,,
Brown & Lyon
With Hawaiian News Co.
Alex. Young Building.
Starting April 2nd,
For Two Weeks Only
CORSET COVERS 15o. to 75c. Apiece
PETTICOATS 40c. to $1.50 Apiece
SHIRTWAISTS 50o. to $1.50 Apiece
INDIGO now 5c. a Yard
FLANNELETTE 12 Yards for $1
Big Lot of LADIES' BELTS 5c. Apiece
" " " MEN'S SHIRTS 25c. Apiece
' VAL. LACE 12 Yards for 25c.
BIG LOT OF REMNANTS MARKED DOWN, ETC., ETC.
J-J. AlLOy, NuuanuSt
CHANGE ROOSEVELT PLAN
QUXOA, Apr. 8. The plan of Colonel nnd Mth Itoosovclt to re
trace tlio courses of tliel rlionoj m oon trip wus abruptly ended. Owing
to the Increasing demonstration!) along the, lino of their trnel, Rooso
e't decided to abandon tlio proposod trip altogether. It became ap
parent that tbero would bo Increasing demonstration whorever Colonel
and Mrs. Hnosovelt went, nnd In jrder to avoid llieni the proposed rep
etition (if honeymoon trip has bepn Khen up.
Tlio Hoosevelts will ro today to begin a threo dan llt with Mrs.
nnmevelt'K sister. The popular demonstrations of roimtantb-lnrrenslii?
slz have caused Colonel ltoixovelt to cliango' his plans and decllno fur
ther public appearances.
Many letters from the United States arc being received by Roose
velt containing sharp criticism of '1'aft and the Taff administration.
When questioned regarding theso letters, Roosevelt declined to say any
thing. i m
TAWNEY AGAINST 'WAR EXPENDITURES.
WASHINGTON, U. C. Apr. 8. The naval appropriation bill car
ries an appropriation of $128,037,102.
The bill carrying this sum was passed only after much debate.
Representative Tawney mado n strong Bpecch against such large appro
priations for naval work.
Tawney declared that seventy-two- per cent, of tho entire rovenuo
of tho country was spent for wars Passed or proparatloi.s for wars to
come. Citing tho big pension bills for tho civil war and tho Spanish
war, ho declared that these pension bills, together with tho appropri
ations for present war preparations, amounted to soventy-two per cent
of tho entire national rovenuo.
MONEY KING DEAD.
WASHINGTON, D. C, Apr. $.
millionaire, died today.
-Thomas 1 Walsh, tH Colorado
(By J. R. Farrington.)
I REGAL SHOE CO.
King and Bethel.
The Best Butter
HENRY MAY & CO.
Pau Ka Hana
At Your Grocers
Meat Market and 'Importers.
It is poor economy to cover
a good house with a low
Tade paint a paint that
won't last long and won't
look good while it does last.
Two things nro essential, in tho houso Is to tako an Iron pot and place
poultry business. Klrst, Intelligence; l llvo coals In It nnd on tho coals placo
second, lgllancc. Which Is tho more sulphur and tar. Iteuse fumes will
essential can not bo said, but If elth-' arlso which penetrato every crack and
or Is overlooked, falluro will bo tho crevice, which Is sure death to all
result. vermin. It Is hardly necessary to Mato
. i that tho ono using thoso materials
' Olvo oats, barley and somo wheat should not labalo any of tho sulphur
for a gain ration for the largo fowls fumes. To clean tho nests simply
Do not glvo top much corn, owing to taku them to an Isolated placo. Bet n
Its fattening nature. When jou hnvo match to tho nesting matorlal and
opportunity got meat scraps and blood Insert tho box, wlilch Bhuts off the
when they do tho butchering of hogs, ilraft nnd a great smoKo Issues rortn
Catch n little blood v. hen the hogs nru which destroys all llco and vermin.
stuck; and to this blood add ground
food or bran, which makes u powerful! Sprouted Grain.
egg-producing food. Sprouted grain Is not used much bo-
I cause It Is not profitable enough to
You can use a dry goods box as n I pay for Its preparation. This is tho
colony houso for tho chickens rutaedi usual method of preparing sproutel
Blue Serge Suits
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WE are building
business on these;;
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v' p suits, they are guar--
Jfc anteed to be SUN
m and RAIN PROOF.
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i We have them? in
HflfVnlov ninrn nlriA tvsi 1
y r icgiuai oizico aiou 111 v!
fmh Longs and Stouts
1 and can fit anyone. ,,
to sell as early broilers. Clothiers
or dry goods merchants ran sell you
a box, say threo feet high, threo feet
wldo nnd four feet long, for u dollar.
From thin tako one. sldo and mako a
door. Tho rest of tho spaca should
bo left open and covered with closo
mefli rabbit netting, the meshes being
so small that not even a mousa could
crawl through tho meshes.
is of the Highest Quality and
Lcwcrs & Cooke,
177 So. King St.
Toultry hniisea, nests nnd runs
should bo-thoroughly cleaned and dis
infected. Whitewash Is n great
cleanser and makes tho premises look
clean nnd bright. Ordinarily white
wash with somo disinfectant, coal oil
or carbolic acid added Is excellent.
Coal tar disinfectant Is also good, If
n small sprayer Is used to apply disin
fectant so much tho better. It will
then bo go ten on more ncnly. An
other goodmethod of purifying tho
oats and barley: Soak tho grain
twenty-four hours In water, pour off
thin water and put In a box with holes
In tho bottom for drainage Sprinkle
with hot water night nnd morning nnd
when It begins to sprout spread out to
n depth of two Inches; This will bo
ready to feed In about two weeks,
when tho sod should bo threo or four
Inches thick and tho green growth
six to eight Inches high. Allow a block
of this six to eight Inches squaro to
two dozen liens.
"Do sure ou arc right, then go
Sore Head or Chicken Pox,
This dUenso Is wry fatal to Into
hatched chicks It first appears In lit
tic yellow noddles around tho eyes and
head. These noddles will grow larger
and larger until they break, form a
scab and afterwards tho scabs dry
SJSSfrfcto' "J '. rPDV C.DADF MOMPMT
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Fountain Pens Repaired, and every Pen Guaranteed.
. A. B.ARLEIGH SCO., Hotel nr Fort
For All Kinds
are made on the most accurate for
mulae, from the finest raw materials
the highest quality of Jena glass by the most
skilled workman in the world. That is why the
results they gtve are beyond comparison with those
of any other lenzes made. For sale by
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
FORT, BELOW HOTEL
Kc i (in f
Tho t-c.iliH should bo burned if they
can bo got, becuiihu they hold tho
germs. The coops should bo all clean
ed.out and dlhlnfected, and It Is best
to scparuto tho affected ones from the
Sometimes tho dlscaso may bo lie! 1
from rearhlug tho fowl by dampening
their heads with coal oil when thu nro
about - or 3 weeks old, and about
twlcu a week. Sulphur and laid ninl
carbolic saUo, or tomo other modi-
clnu like that, for vuilug It. n
1'oullrjnHii use many different renli
((lion for this dlseaso anil It cm bo
rnied If properly lieateil. Tho ducks
aio often held back In glow lb by thin
Scaly legs Is least tioublctomo In
the haul feathered birds, as tho Hcalrs
on (ho legs seem to bo llku thefejlh
ers cIobo unit hurd, and do not offer
tho samo clmnco for tho lutect which
causes tho trouble to burrow beneath
them. Tho hc.iles nro present on all
fowls and It Is only when (ho pira
Biles hao burrowod and thrown out
scruf that tho condition known nrf
scaly leg appears. Tho ono chief rea
son that scaly leg Is not stamped out
of a (lock Is cireleiHiiess and nou
persistence In treatment. Any disin
fectant will kill tho p.iraslto. Aiiiim
theso nro sulphur, tob.icco. embolic
ncld anil keiosene Keroseno some
times bloaelus tho legs, and fanciers
iiuild it on this account. Application
of many rorts are mado with a(llno
as n medium. Or even ory strong
Fonpsuils U good. Most people niHisn
that tho legs bo first soaked nnd well
brushed and partlully dried before tho
mcdlclno Is applied.
Conllnement cf Fowls.
lu tho early history of poultry cul
ture It wns, thought that hens should
not bo conlliied to Uin least cx(cn(, but
people bao romo to think differently
nowad.ijs. It was adWsed to give hoiu
plent of room, ten or tweho squaro
fiet of door spate per hen. In recent
years this llsni'e has dwindled down to
thice, four mid rfvo feet per hen. Thoro
Is no doubt that ample space per hen
Is buneflcl.il, to nil appreciable extent.
but there urn fuw commercial poultry-
nun who Hud It necessary to dcnoto
so much siiaco ns Hint, experiments
ricently aomliicted havn shown Hint it
bin Willi IHo fipiiro feet did belter
t lauii a bin with two anil one-half j
Mpi.iri' feet of sp.ico, tho latter show-,
lug otdencu of congestion and lnan-
sjsleniR; It Is bettor to cull out halt , i- A
t9 viiiii- lliml tittfl rnlan 4l,n i-ntnnlnrlat. JVi '
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to health nnd tlgor than to overcrowd -
them uud suffer the loss of your wholo,
Hock Keep tho quarters clean to rid ""52
them of mites ami lice, which sap tho -,
llfo out of them In a short tlmo. s
Neer allow tho ouug stock to bo
conflnod In houses and yards that are- S''
occupied by old birds, as thoy trampla
and i mi oer tho young birds, and thus
stunt their growth. Stunted chickens
nro like, stunted pigs thoy may ma-'
tura but they will not develop Into
Chief of Detectives McDufflo Is on ''
An II Id Imlu nvnnnHlvn to ltllllil the lookout for thn milk thtnvps whn 4
a low lieu lioufit than a higher ono, have boon removing the lacteal fluid
tho' former uro mom popular, and by fromtho doorsteps of suburban reI-
thls means It Is practical to glvo tho. uonts. it is pretty well settled who
hens moro room
Tho great loss each year from oor
crowding runs up Into thousands of
dolluis. Tlila'ciui (.aslly bo leniedled
bj spondliiif n few rents each for a
number of piano boxes. Two gunny
sitcK pirtltloiiR may bo put In theso
lxen, nnd each one will accommodata
neeral lnuidred small chickens, nfly
siniill chicks Is tho largest number
that can safely bo housed together.
Most ovci crow ding Is found In brood
ers, and tho most common mlstnko
mado Is not to consider tho rapidity
with which chick develops and henco
tho necessity of moro spacious quar
tho thieving, and beforu
long an an est may bo made. jS
Dong on a clmrcu of sallinc onhun.v V,'
The accused Is at nreseut awaiting; "
Judge Andrnde's decision on another
chargo of selllug tho poppy juice,
if convicted on both charges, tho
Chncso may liae to servo a stilt
term of Imprisonment.
A chronic "stow bum," who hm
spent twelvo months out of the last
fourteen in sutto S3 at Asch's Hotel,
was onco moro arrested this monv
Ing. Tho man Is ncvor happy wlUi
out of Jnll, and It was only on Frl-
ters. Tho secret Is to separate tho day thut ho was released. On Mon
rlilcks Into small lotsMupJ never to lot! day morning the lover of hotel Ufa
tbotn pllo up. Overcrowding results in I will probably be sent over again to
lack of oxcrclso, food and drink which, hit comfortable rooms.
nteans bowel trouble nnd other ills
cases, Lack of pure ulr weakens their
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