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BVfiNlNO BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H., THtmSDAY, MAY 19. 1910.
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for Infants and Children.
What is Castoria?"
C ASTORIA is a linrrnlcsN sulifltittito for Cnator OIF,
Pnrcgoric, Drops mid Sooitiing- Syrups. It In
plcaxnut. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic Hiibatnnce (Narcotics stupefy). Its
ngolsita giinrnntce. It destroys Worms and allays
Ifarcrishncss. It cures Diarrluea and Wind Colic.
It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates
the Stomach and Itowcls, giving healthy and natural
Icep. The Children's Panacea The mother's
" My patient inTarlablf pnlra the cllon of jour
Oaatorla." W. W. Tl'man, M. IJ..
U on every wrnppcr
4U of genuine Cnitorlu
I ore your Caetoria And adr lot IU u In all
famine whero there are children."
J. W. Dkidili, M. !).,
"During my medical practice I know of trrl
cuea where jvirraaiorlairaepreecrltail and uecd
WHS good reiulta.' E. Mouain, M. D .
EL Loiilr, Mo.
"Tour Caatorla l certainly tho crcatcat remedf
for children 1 Kniwof. I anoir m other pro.
prletar pnparatlup lilch It lla eijnal."
D.8. bcuwinir, M.n,
Kanraa CJtj, Mo.
YcmrCaorlalathe beet Tcmrd In the worM
for rhlldren and the only one 1 are and recom
mend." Auat V. SwitukcM. D.,
IhaTenefdfonrCaetorlaae a portative In lb
ra of children for year part wllb moat happy
rfTvct, and fall endune It a a aafe remedy."
H.D. llixxea, M.I,
Children Cry for- Fletcher's Caotorla.
In Use For Over 30 Years.
For Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday
EMBROIDERY FLOUNCING An assortment of pat
terns, 18 inches wide; GOc. per yard, reduced to 40c. a
yard. GERMAN TORCHON LACE ZVz to 3 inches wide;
SI a dozen yards, reduced to GOc. a dozen yards. VELOUR
FLANNELS Pretty patterns and nice quality; 27 inches
wide; 20c. a yard, reduced to 12 Vic a yard. CURTAIN
SWISS White with red, blue and green dots; 36 inches
wide; 25c. a yard, reduced to 6 yards for $1. TWILL
TOWELING 5c per yard, $1.10 for. piece of 25 yards.
NEW GOODS Ailover Embroidery, Edrings, Insertions and
Beadings, Also a fine assortment of Embroidery Flouncings.
Very pretty for graduating dresses. TRIMMINGS New
styles of trimming for wash dresses, in pink, lavender,
navy and light blue; fast colors. LADIES' SCARFS A
beautiful line of Scarfs, in silk mull, chiflpn, and crepe de
chine; absolutelv the best assortment we have shown. They
are in floral designs and plain colorsfringed. FLAX0NS
We carry a rood assortment of Flasons, in checks and
stripes. Best quality.
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
Comer Fort and Beretania Streets Opposite- Fire Station
BY COMET'S TRANSIT
SAN KIIANC13CO, May tS. Altliquglt much Hint was learned
throughout the world today In regard to Halloy's comet and tho effect
Its patsage tin ot a tlio fare of the aim has upon things terrestrial was of
a ncgathc nature, yet astronomers regatd It as of tho. greatest scien
tific Value. It was learned definitely for the 1rnt time that there Is
much that docs not happen under celestial circumstances such as pre
vailed today. .
Observers In llo different university observatories today saw ' the
sun-spots nt the samo time, the largest being roportetLliy-.the 81, liiils
university, from which point a spot one bundled nnd , fifty thousand
miles across wiw noted. Astronomers say thill these spots had nothing
to do with the approach of tho lomct. . "
An unusual aurornl display was reported from the University of
Wisconsin, raid to bo a direct result ot the eclipsing of the sun by the
No disturbance of tho wireless services or operation ot the tables
hns been reported.
PASS BY KING'S BIER
LONDON, May IS. Today thousands of sorrowing subjects passed
bedoro tho bier of tho late King Udwurd, whoso body lies In state In
Westminster Hall until tomorrow.
There Is' a great gathering hero of the crowned heads of Europe
and ""of tho special ambassadors of the rowers for the royal funeral. To
day, among tho noted arrivals In Loudon wero King Albert of Belgium,
King 'Manuel of Portugal, King Kinamicl of Italy, King Ferdinand of
Utllgaria, Emperor William of Ocrmany, tho Dulte d'Aosin of Italy and
M. 8. I'lnMion, tho special ambassador of France.
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NO FIGHT AT EMERYVILLE. - "
BAN FHANCISCO, May 18. It has been dennltely decided by Tex
TUcknrd that tho Johnson-Jeffries fight for tha-.henvywelRht champlun
Bhlp of tho world will bo pulled off In tliln city. The arrangements for
the building of an amphitheater1 at tho Emcryvlllo race track for the
fight havo till been called off, owing to tho strength of the opposition
that dcvoloped there against permitting tho affair,
DYNAMITE EXPLOSION KILLS MANY.
HAVANA, May 18. A terrific explosion of dynamite today demol
ished the barracks nf the rural guard at Plnar del Rio, the explosion nnd
wreck belug accompanied by a tcrrlblo loss of Ufa rtnd much suffering.
One hundred 'men of thn garrison have been killed,' nnd there arc many
wounded. Tho cause of tho explosion Is unknown.
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W want to show you the smart
lines and cuitom shapes of our new
Regal models for this season. Look
Iheso shoes over carefully and
then try to find the equal of these
Regal custom styles anywhere the
in town. You'll search in vain,
are tbe only ready-to-wear
shoes at Regal
f trices that reproduce the
ateit custom styles and
we are the exclusive lo
cal agents for this world
Regal Shoe Store
King & Bethel Sts.
$1 a Year
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WASHINOTON, May 31. With tho
passing of two members of tho old
guard. Senators Aldrlch and Halo, tho
question that Is causing tho greatest
Interest In Washington circles Is who
will got tholr places Senator Aldrlch
having authorized thu Htatomcnl tlut
ho will retire at the end of his present
term In tho senate adds new Intercut
as to what Senator Lodge ot Massa
chuseltB will do, Congressman AmeJ
Is contesting his ro-electlon. A doieu
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A large new lot of early clothes .
just arrived this week; they are .
all new shades and new styles. '
The most popular model is called .
and is one of the younger genera
tion of clothes which is simply
irresistable- Everything about
the "SEABRIGHT" is of such a de
cisive nature. And the price is
only $20.00 with our guarantee.
land, Congressman K. C, Durlclgh, 11
II. Heath, u prominent lawyer ot
Augusta: former Oovernor Henry n.
candidates want to slip" tho mantlo ot Cleaves of Portland, O. II. Murchle. 0,
Senator Halo over their shoulders. A. Curran, fl, II. i:aton or uaiain ami
Among those mentioned aro former former Gbmuor John V. Hill of An
Oovernor William T. Cobb of ltoek- gusta. (
SOUR MILK CRAZE i plct our organism as tho battlefield
nAPTlIPPq TOMTinN " which tho Rood and evil microbe-
CAPTURES LONDON euKnRci u?uiiml f(ir t)l0 aB.ellll.
LONBO.V, Ajr. 7.--Knglaud, or, at ancy.
any rato, Loudbn, Is Just now Indulg-' Professor Molchnlkoff's dlscovorjr
Ing In one of tho sporadic "crazes" as to why llulgarlau peasants are so
without which life In 'the IlrltUh long lived Is tho fons et orlgo of the
metropolis would ho stale, tint nnd craze. You In America learned all
unprofitable. Talk of u German In- about that long ago long before
vnslon Is for tho momont at u dls- Kngland did. Your doctom and jour
countj people generally ure heartily chemlsM and also your quacks uctod
tired of politics, and oven the rub- upon the knowledge much more
ber boqm has lost some of Its savor, quickly tbnn their Kngllsh compeers
Sour milk Is now the subject pt did, and It was not an uncommon
tho day. At the dinner table It is thing hero In London last summer
ten dinnces to one that yilur neigh- tp sen Amorlcnn visitors taking llttln
bor will elthor proffer you an opln- tabloids of "sour milk" with their
Ion or ask 'jours on the Biihject. meals,
Kvery third or fourth man you meet i)t m)W tnai (ho Englishman has
will Inronn ou that ha has taken BOl n,e b(mr ,ii; ,.riu i, ),as got
the euro or Is taking It, or Is think- jt badly, As I have rwld, everybody
Ing or taking It, nnd If jott We of an (g talking about It, Not ever) body
amenable disposition he will launch iH n creel ns' to Its value.
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WHEN KNIGHTHOOD '
WAS IN FLOWER
When Mr, Jildllae.cuuuounced some
weeks ago tljat he Intended to pre
sent "When Knighthood Was In
Flower," remarks wero heard on tho
streets that tho play was too hmvy
for the company and that, the extra
expense attached to sconery and cos
tumes would make the offering of
this play a financial failure, but they
failed to reckon with the past per
formances and success that has al
ways attended the offering of this
play by Mr. Mcltae.
"When Kulghthood Was In I'low-'
er" has packed the Opera Hous? .It
every performance, and buslnefs has,
been so good and tho demands for,
scats so many that Mr. Mcltae Is'
compelled to run the piny for the'
full week. I
This Is the first tlmo that a play,
has run a full week In tho history
of theatricals In this city, proving
that tho theater patrons know a
good play when they sco ono.
The ieut sali for the, remainder of
tho week Is big, nnd It looks like a
new record tor the Opera House as
far as attendance Is concerned. Tho
seat sale for tho matinee Is very
heavy, ami all who Intend to wit
ness the )iatlnee should order their
seats ns soon as possible.
Next Monday Mr. Mcltae will of
fer for the approvnl of his patrons,
Shakespeare's merriest comedy, "The
Taming of tho Shrew.' This play
will bo given special nttentlon ns to
Fcencry and costumes, nnd a perfect
production Is assured.
IW. W. HALL IS
On the eve ot celebrating the fit
tleth anniversary of his, membership
with the firm of B. O, Hall & Son,
W. W. Hall, .Honor member, Is ljlng
seriously III at his homo In Nnuunu
Vnlloy. - I
Mr, Hall was present at tho an-J
mini meeting of tho firm on last
Thursday, but tho following day ho
was too 111 to leave home, and has
Btnco been under the constant caro
lie became Identified with tho firm
of Hall & Son, hardware morchants,
in 1800, nnd Juno 1 of this )ear
will make half n century of active
connection with tho house.
Double Creme v
Brie, Limburger, Camenbert
' ' Biercase
Each the most delicious of its
kind. Small Tins .
J. M. Levy & Co., Ltd.
TRUNKS, LEATHER BAGS, SUIT CASES
YEE CHAN & CO.,
Cor. King and Bethel
Madeira, Oriental, and Val
Large Stock, Qualities Unequalled
See Wincjow Display
L. AHOY, - Nuuanu St. ;
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tho wholo sjatcm of life Is that neur-l
ly every man who Is n liar Is such
from choice Los Angeles Times. i
ut tho bonoflefliil phiiEocjtes; nnd de-
DOtfeTiN AD8 PAY
Massachusetts s going to add $lfi
000 to the cost of living by Investi
gating the cost of living. New lied
ford Standard. I
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