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for Infants and Children.
What is Castoria?
C ASTORIA is a linrmlcHo stilmfituio for Cntnr OIF,
Fnrcgorfc, Drops niul Soothing Syrnpn. It In
plcnannt. It contain neither Opium, Morphine nor
oilier Nnrcotio nuliHtanco (Narcotic stupefy). Its
ngoisitn guarantee. It tlcatrojs AVnrms juul nllnjs
FcvcrisIincsK. It cures Itiarrliica niul Wind Colic
It relieves Teething Trouble, cures on(ipa(lon
and Flatulency. II assimilates the Food, reguEaft
the Stomach and Hon els, ph iug healthy and nut nr
sleep. The Children's Panacea The mother
STANDING OF CONTESTANTS
' Standing of Chapcrone Contestants
Helen Sicmson Kilo ......
W. C. Moore .Honolulu-..
Bcggs, Puuncne Hospital ....Fuunene . ,
Zeavc, Sachs' Honolulu . .
Henry Blake .....Koloa
Ed. Daniels Lahaina . . .
J. K. Notlcy, 2C5 Kukui St... Honolulu A.
Carrie Scharratt, Kailtn) . ...Waimea '. ..
Bessie Clinton Honokaa . .
W. W. Wescott Puunenc . .
Henry E. Abbe; . . , . , Anahola . . .
Wm, Krusc Wahiawa . .
A. K. Notlcy Honolulu . .
A. 0. Curtis Kurtistown
Hgnnturo or C&('!jf7&4&U4 i'p
Physicians Recommend Ca
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Children Cry for Flotchcr'g Castoria.
In Use For Ove.r 30 Years.
Every Member of the Family
WHL FIND USE FOE AN
EACH ONE CAN USE IT IN MS OR HER OWN
ROOM, TOR II CAN BE ATTACHED TO ANY LAMP
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
DISTRICT NO. 1.
Miss Mary McCabe, Kapiolani Ma
Miss Angfe Pangclinan. Falm Cafe..
Miss Emma Sasaki. 1457 Auld Lane,
Miss Mary Johnson, Johnson Sana
torium . ,
Miss Rebecca Macy
Miss Naomi Lazarus
Miss Honey Voss
Miss Lucy Kopa, 015 Prospect St. . .
Miss Emma French, Sachs'
Miss Malta Sakuma, Oregon Block. .
Miss Lucy K. Barber
Miss Rose Amia
Miss Mary Dias
DISTRICT NO. 2.
Miss Einma Akamu
Miss Mary K. Keawchano
Miss Queenic Scharratt, Kamuela. .
Miss Alice Hattie, Kohala ....
Miss Louisa de Harne
Miss Kathcrine Clark
Miss Helen Watson
Miss L. Williams
Miss Kuulei Hapaii
Miss Isabella Koomoa, Keauhou
Miss Hattie Saffery
Miss Annie Kai
Miss Louisa Hapai
Mary H. Kawewehi
Miss Mary Nailima
Miss Mary Arakawa
Miss Rose K. Nalima
Miss M. Hose .'
Miss Annie Aiu
Miss Myrtle Wise
DISTRICT NO. 3.
Miss Sarah Cockctt
Miss Mary Marciel
Miss Scholtz. Circuit Court . . .
Miss Mary Kaoo, Kaunakakai .
. DISTRICT NO. 4.
Miss Ahnabelle Mundon a... .
Miss Alice Ai
Miss M. Kaouniai
Waialua . .
Keauhou , . .
Keauhou . .
Pahala . . . .
Lihue . . . .i
Waimea . .
Honolulu Construction &
Praying Co-, Ltd.
Queen Street, next to Inter-Island
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and send to the Bulletin Contest Department,
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Of any kind. Apply to
83 MERCHANT STREET TELEPHONE 780
MR. QRUNE speaks the RUSSIAN LANGUAGE and can
get just the kind of help you need.
Cakes With. Whipped Cream
BETWEEN THE LAYERS OF LIGHT SPONGE AND LIB
ERALLY COVERED WITH CHOCOLATE HAVE CARE
FUL ATTENTION FROM OUR BAKERS.
HOTEL,! NEAR UNION STREET
DALAI LAMA NOW
Fights Battle With The
Chinese Amban, But
The Dalai Liiinn, recognize! Iicii'l
of tlio llinlillilstlc rliurch uiiil nu In
carnation of lluilclliu, l8 Hiifely on-nconm-d
tit tlio Drum Drultl Hotel In
DurJeelliiK, whither ho IIoil owing to
the" iiiHlHlcnt cnntinipt shown him
and tlio studied Ignoring of his iiu
tlioilty by the Chluexe Anitinn.
The O.iln) I..IIHU at Thlliet nrihcil
nt l.lnidsu four months nco tinned
with tittthorlt) from 1'cklng ,to tnko
ocr the mlmlnlstrnUon from the
Pio1hIouiiI (!overnor, appointed ns
tho lesult nf the YounghuRliaml MIs
flon. Mini) monuKtcrleH had liren
leviiollril hy tho ChliiPdc. notnhly
that at D.ilmnB, nitd ninny manicti
hnd been iimnsncrod.
The D.1I.1I Lnmii hnd icawm Io rc-
motiHtrute with thn Chlneiie Amban
on iitionnt of the exceeecg of Clil
neo troops on the Bechuan fron
tier, who h.ul been killing Liiniui
and Backing monasteries. This re
monstrance brought to a Head tho
whole question of the reupcctlve po
sitions of tho Ambafi nml the Dalai
Lama. The former said that Thibet
had been proclaimed a Chinese prov
ince; he, therefore, waif tho solo
Judge of what methods were expo
client In the dealing wit If the fron
tier rebels. Tho D.ilal l.ama quoted
the letter of authority given him at
Since the withdrawal of the Hit t
Isli from Thibet, the Chlnej-o have
been dinftlng troops in large com
panics Into the country, and n mill
tary calitonmenl has been formed
three miles from Miassn, with ZCOil
trained Chinese soldiers armed with
magazine rllles and. modern artil
The Amban stated that ho would
move tbete troops Into I.hassa If the
Dalai Lama did not conform to his
views. Some companies of Lamas,
armed with old Mint-lock weapons.
were hastily enrolled under tho title
of "Golden Soldiers." A tierce bnt'
tie was fought In the market place,
and the ThlbetniiH were routed.
The Dalai Lama with a large fol
lowing made his escape, and, having
crossed tho Chakshum ferry, destroy
ed till the boats, and thus hamper
ed the pursuing Chinese. Although
pursued by tho Chinese, by making
forced marjbhes, they eventually ar
rived at Yatung, In the Chumbl Val
ley, thenco by easj marches reach
ing Kallmpoiig, In British Slkhlm.
Here they were entertal.ied at the
Scotch l'rcHbjterlan Mission, l't
charge of Rev. Dr. Graham, and,
having rested after their long march
and privation, the Journey was con
tinued to Dnrjeeltng, which city
they entered In state.
The nrilvul of the Dalai Lama has
caused the greatest excitement In
llhtitnn and Nepal. His Holiness io
accompanied by the Maharajah-Kumar
of Slkhlm, sixty ministers, three
bundled troops, and followers. A
Durbar will be held and the Ilrlt
Ish Government will bo petitioned to
arbitrate the matter.
The Dalai Lama has a slight,
though well-knit, figure. Ills face
Is thin nml deeply pitted with small
pox, and one Is not ei) apt to as
sociate him us being an Incarnation
Kmplotcs of Now York Central and
1 allied rouds will not strike.
C0LDI CAUSE HEADACHE
LAXATIVE BROMO-QU1NINB, re
moves the cause. Used the world ocr
to curu n cold in ono day, U. W.
PROVE'S signature on each Uix. Mado
PARIS MEDICINE CO. Slnl LouK U. S. A.
Built by the Locomobile Co. of
America, Bridgeport, Conn.
The "30" Shaft Drive Locomobile Tourinc Car.
120 Inch Wheel Base. Four Speeds and Reverie.
' "D uns alday through lonp; stretches of sand, or mud
" (without overheating, ' ,
Excels in the ability to make lonp, hard tours without
trouble. GOES THERE AND GETS BACK.
T ike any high-class piece of machinery, it costs more,
Lj but is cheaper in the end.
T s built throughout in the Locomobile works, including
the Magneto and the Ignition Apparatus,
A xles are the strongest and safest possible to build:
" no tubing 'in front, no brazing in rear.
"D uilt of the finest inr.erials. J Alloy steel for frames,
"' shafts, gears, steering mechanism. Locomobile forg
ings. Bronze instead' of aluminum.
T nsts Indefinitely. The first four-cylinder Locomobile of
"LJ 1002 is still running with the original elements of
the car still in place.
Tp mbodies the advantages resulting from eleven years'
-' manufacturing experience. A permanently Safe, Re
liable, Comfortable Car.
SO" SHAFT DRIVE
"40" CHAIN DRIVE
NEW HATS, Coast Styles
K ClYEDA .
102 Nnnann St
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