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SOME NEW ARRIVALS
SHIRT-. WAISTS We have' just deceived a largo and
,.. . variedassortment-of low. ndniediuin.nrioed Ladies' Shirt
Wnisti, These roods arc 'the latest-styles and strfctly up
' to date, axx'.r- .. .
., , ,LADiSv UNDERWEAR pur' stock of Ladies' Mnslin
Underwear' is" mdst complete ineverv detail. Should, we
i undertake to describe our immense stock, we would find
that time"aiTd space forbade. However, we promise you
that we, are, prepared to supply your wants in this line.
NEW1 SILKS Black Peau de Soie, 30, inches wide, fine
quality, $1.40 per yard! Black Satin Francaise( very .rich
and graceful; Faille de Soie, black; Silk Cashmere, black; y
Moire Antique,, black. New Table Linen, Couch Covers,
Draperies, Swiss Curtains.
TJ$ESS.,G0DDS New- Batiste. Repps., Ginghams, Per.
... cales,' .White .Goods. Gold plated1 Midget,, Duplex 'Xaco
Pins, (Uon a' card; small, 5c. per card; large, 10c. per
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
Corner ,Fcrrt arid Beretania Streets Opposite Fire Station
BILL BUSTER'S LETTER TB HIS FATHER
;pcar Pa: I'm learning nilabout-ho mysteries of tlio can rnngo. " It
Moljicr anil Kdnn ronlil only havo ono down on tho 'farm Ihey wouldn't
liftVo liyd.to; i, work .half as linrtl. Hny, n gas rnngo Is Just .about Iho nicest
thing foil call, havo about Iho hoitso. .You don't Iiavo In havo iiny dirty old
wodd box around, Tlio. gas, ranRo la always ready al a moment' iiotlep-.
lou don't liavc to. wait for your flro to got started. All Voti need Is n match,'
and yon' have1 n rlcan hot drn. No smokn tn mnfco the pots and kettles
lilaek: no nshrs to dirty up tho house; nnd, Jicst of, nil, Jl ltfjnst ns cool
In Iho kitchen ns II Is In tho parlor. i
I Tho way thoy can bako In litem Is sompthliiR Wonderful. You rco.
by Just turning t)io humors tip or down, tltoy can make lhtnvtn as hot
as they want It. , Then, another think, on tho host ranges yon don't have
to sloop over,, tat tho ovens nro tip IiIrIi Instead ot down low.
Say, Pa. yon ran bolt n ke Ills of wnlcr on n ens slovnwhlln you arc
Just thinking hbbnt making a tiro In a wood stove. Tho pcoplo ccrtntnly
appreclato'ihorii', ns It Is' almost Imposslblo for ns to put them In fast
With Jove, ,
SEE, THEl NEW DISPLAY IN OUR STORE WINDOWS
THE PRICES PER PIECE ARE: 75c., $i.OO, $1.25,
$1.75, $2.00, $3.00. $4.50.
L. AHOY, - Nuuanu St
258 Beretania'St. x J. ABADIE, Prop.
Agent for the F. Thomas Parisian Dyeing Works, San
Francisco. Expert Dyers.
SCHEDULE OF TRIPS
"TUESDAY. . ..10:00 a, m. Nuuanu Pali.
". ...... 3:30 p. m. Moanalua, Fort Shatter and
'THURSDAY:. 10:00 a., m. Punchbowl (complete circuit)
" ' .. 3:30 p. m. Kapiolanl Park and. Beach
SATURDAY.. 10:00 a. m.Moanalua, Fort Shafter and
' " .i. 3:30 p. m. Kaimuki, around Diamond
Head, and Waikiki.
SUNDAY. .'. .. 8!30 a. mv Nuuanu Pali. v
"' ........ 10:00 a. m. Kaimuki, around Diamond
Head, and Waikiki.
" ... ,t 1:30 p. ra. Nuuanu Pali.
" ...... 3:3d p. m. Kaimuki, around Diamond
Head, and Waikiki.
Qne dollar per passenger for any of above trips. Start
from and return to Promotion Committee Rooms. For fur
ther' iparticulars apnly to
HAWAII PROMOTION COMMITTED
' ' YOUNG HOTEL BUILDING.
(By Joseph R. Farrington) '
While duck raising Is profitable when
thoroughly understood, tho chnnces nro
that tho beginner, who starts In' hy
guess, will ho n quitter at tho end of
tlio first RoaKon.
,Thp 1'eklp la now tho most popular
duck raised In this country. Thqy nro
largo and lino jfi npiearancp, being
nearly as largo when fully developed
aa tho nld-tlmo gray goose, Thesoaro
knowVas tho Mammoth Imperial I'o-
kins. 1 - .,
Thoy aro largo feeders and while
young grow faster than any other do-
meste fowl, with tho posslhlo excep
tion of a gosling.
vKon properly, fed, a Tekln duck
ling will weigh from llvo to soven
pounds when 12 weeks old. Tho host
time to market ducks Is when they arc
anywhere from ton to M wceka old.
After thin thoy gain In weight less
When, buying stock ducks, cot tho
best birds you can flnd.'rcgardluss of
price. If possible, buy your uucks of
someono In your own locality, pro
viding .this can bo tlono without getting
birds that nro closely related.
It' Is not n very good plan to liavo
ducks shipped from a distance, bo.
cause, thoy cannot enduro close eon.
flnoment without' suffering.' A duck
loses weight very rapidly 'wlillo being
A I'eklu duck; responds readily to
good treatment. Thoy appreciate
plenty of food nnd comfortnblo 'quar
tern, but thoy should not bo fed or
housed with -chickens, nor In fact,
with any other fowls, for they nro very
timid creatures and Bhould bo kept as
quiet as possible.
Bcshlos this. It Is not advlsablo to
feed ducks with other poultry.
A ration that Is all right for 'ducks
may bo all wrong for chickens, and
vlco versn. For Instauc6, wholo grain
Is not as good fooi for ducks as a mix
ture of gronml grains and cooked vegetables.
Whllo corn may bo fed occasionally,"
It should bo soaked for several hours
Dry oats aud wheat mako poor duck
feed, but, both are good when cooked
and mixed With com meal or boiled
potatoes and bran.
It hardly, pays to feed wheat to
ducks unless It Is unsalable Slnco
thorough cooking rendors musty grain
harmless It may bo fed to ducks with
good results. When cooked potatoes
nro used 'thoy should not bo mixed
with tho ground grain until ,after tho
j latter has been thoroughly moistened
I with cither milk or water.
I" If tho. dt;y" meal Is added to tho
mashed potatoes a touch, stick mass
Will bo tho result. - Don't innko the
feed sloppy; Just moist enough to cling
logcther without, being gummy. A duck
cannot cat gummy feed without wast
Other vegetables, such ns turnips,'
beets, rutnbngas, etc., aro sometimes
used Instead of potatoes. Vuinpklns
when thoroughly cooked, mako a very
Rood basis for tho iiinsh. Tho' ccdg
should alwaya ho removed.
When no vegetables aru to bo had
wo uso equal 'parts of boiled oats, corn
meal, wheat bran, and middlings or
second Hour with a little powdered
charcoal added. Halt is added to the
feed twlco a week. Some people I
(who ought to know better) put sand i
and oyster sholl In their duck food. J
When this Is douo tho ducks aro often
forced to consume moro grit than thoy.
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Henry May & Co., Ltd.,
Distributers Phone 22
Of courso ducks must liavo plenty of j
grit at all limes,-hut It should not bui
mixed with tho food. Wo placo shallow
boxes or grit closo to thq.fcod-trouKhs. ,
Ovstor shell nnil oonl rlmlera In somn !
of tlio boxes, and clean, coarso sandj
in others, . ,
Ducks will cat grt after; every meal
If It is within .their reach.
They tishally ."(iftiik'.nnd rfnso." their.
boakn whllo eatlnj,rtlioreforo water
should bo placed iif-'apthufvoddroughs.
Also green fiM)d Is necefcsary tliu year
If cabbage Is, plentiful', n llttlp may
bo added-to tho mash each time. It
should bo chopped raw. Ah bulk-Is ono
of tho Important elements In a I'eklu
duck's ration. It Is a. good plan (o pro-
vldo An abundance ot green stuff.
A well fed and properly housed I'o
kin duck usually layann egg every
24 hours, .during tho laying soason.
which begins about. March 1st and.
ends about July 1st. During this tlmo
thoy will sometimes tako a short rest,
and will miss a day occasionally, but
they seldom stop for any length ot
tlmo during tho laying Hoaduu. Tho
first few eggs will not hatch ail n
Ducks, both old and young kliould
liavo a dry, comfortable ulacc to stay
in at night. If forced to sit on llio
damp ground thoy nro llabjo to tako
cramps nnd cold In tho liftul. ,Tho
littler 'Is almost certain to turn to
l'rovldo sftllablo houses, If you wish
to bo successful. Tho houses noed not
I bo vory expensive, but thoy should bo
I substantial so that they ma)' bo used
for tho santo purpose several years In
Thero la usually soma shed or build
ing that can bo converted Into a duck
liouso nt small expense Whero ouiy
n small flock Is kept this plan Is ad
visable. A board floor Is bettor than an earth
floor, bccatiso tho ducks wllofjcii stir
up tho ground In a very dlsag'r'ceablo
manner whero thero la tho least sign
Provldo plenty of clean bedding, and
chungo It frequently. Straw or Utter
' should bo kc on tho floors all tho
time. If bedding material Is plentiful
I put It on several Inches thick. It will
! help to keen, tho ducks 'comfortnblo,
and ulso keep tlio Uooru clean, thus
' serving a doublo purpose,
: Ducks' eggB may bo hatched In In
cttbators, but It Is better to uso largo
! chicken-hens when posBlblo,
If ono wishes to hatch ducklings
early In the hc-irou, then tho Incubator
Is tho only thing that will do tho
I DnckB scarcely over getibroody, and
when they do, ns a rulo the season Is
far advanced. Hesiaoa it is ioor iioncy
tn placo veggs tinder o duck.
I Don't keep duck oggs'ovor a week
' after thoy aro laid. Tho fresher they
. aro tho better thoy will hatch.
i After n refcin duck egg la ten days
old, It Is entirely worthless so far 'as
hatching Is concerned. Thoy Bhould be
very carefully handled, as tho alottmen
' Mb much thinner than that of other
This fact, coupled with tho ago Urn
It, accounts for so many poor hatches,
especially whero tho ogga havo boon
As Mvn its tho ogi;j arc iiu'i, it not
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We carry the highest grade cloth
ing possessing all the style and ex
cellence that experience and skill
can produce. We huy direct from the
manufacturer and are consequently
in a position to give yon values of
unusual nature. The suits we are
specializing this season for
arc not only the best .we hav? ever
shown, but' they are remarkable in
many ways. You will have toT;
these suits themselves to form , an
idea of wlint n splendid value we
are giving. ..
placed nt onco for hatching, ttiir,
should, bo carefully wrappod In paper
and turned every cbiy. Don't keep'
crrs Intended for hatching In a damp
When 'ducks nro laying, their apptf-
tito Increases, but ono mutt bo direful
not, to overfeed. If their food l not
loo highly concentrated, and Ihorn la
plenty ot coarso grit and sand within
roach, thero Is little, danger ot over
feeding. Threu or four aqnarn meals a
day will not hurt a laying duck. When
overfed they lay doublo yolkCd tags'.
Wo givo our ducks tepid water whun
tho weather is very cold. Coal ashes
aro valuable- to toko up surplus nUtlu
turo from Iho floor. They should ho
sifted, nnd tho cinders saved for grit.
Nover glvo ducks buttermilk, or In
fact, any other kind of milk, to drltlk.
It may bo used to moisten (liolr feed
however.. Lluttermllk. Bkltu-mllk And
"clabber" aro all valuablo In duek
feeding, but thoy should bo used only
for moistening tho feed, and not nil u
Don't keep over flvo ducks for each
drako. Kami World.
Fowls Have LanQuiQc of Their Own.
Mrs. Ncttlo Chnso of Old Orchard
believes that fowls havo a lailgusg)1
ot their own, and to provu It relates
Iho following Incident that transpired
during her trip' to Cuba. Mrs: ChaBo
said: "In that part of tho country tlio
houses qro inadu very open windows
not being used as thoy nro In tho north
but oponlngs without glass. In tho
coltnge whero I stopped tho nwnor
had an excellent flock of hens nnd
Intelligent nlso, as It proved. Among
tho flock a largo white hen that fouiu
Imw mado mora advance, In gelling
acquainted than tho others, coming
Into tho homo whenever an oppor
tunity afforded,, walking around,
whllo nnd llnnlly getting Into tlio wood
box nnd laying a beautiful egg .for
This particular day. thai MlB(roas
Hon got Into trouble her curiosity
bump was larger than usual nna,.slio
seemed' to wish toi explore .ovpry par t
of tho room, high and low tho ladles
of tho household did not notice aqy
thing unusual In the Iioii'h behavior
until suddenly n loud screaming fioin
poor Mistress Hen and n clapping of
wings burht upon thor cars. Thero
was tho Inqulsltlvq visitor with h.cr
head In a mouse trap which had been
put uK)ii a tall pleco of furniture In
tho room. Wllh somo difficulty tho
Initios got her head looso from tho
trap and with much' scolding. Mistress
Hon walked out of doors, selected ono
of the host looking roosters tn tho
flock and told him her Btory wt!
much nxcltcniont In her. manner, nftor
which tlio two UiaaUvd lulo tho litMisv
.Mistress Hen nil tho tlqio.talkliiB and
Iter friend reujKiinlIng from tlmo to
tlmo. Tho room was Inspected nmi
then Iho two marched up lo tho wood
box, .Mistress Hon gcttliiR Inside,
whllo Mr. Ilooster gran'dly roosted on
the' edge of tho box, wherp he remain
ed until nnothor .beautiful whlto egg
was presented to tho liou.icliolders.
when they bdlh marched :oit together,"
talking It over all tho way. D'angor
How to Make Eggs.
li. J, jurry, iiu lUMiiiuuimi iwui-
try export, "recently told Consul
llonry I). Ilakcr that for Intcnso
ckk production a largo amount ot
1 1 Hio. ' and bpt.e-formlng material
must he Mtppilml to. the birds, You
havo to feed them unnaturally, nnd
has It ever occurred to you what you
aro .asking tJte modern hen to ac
complish against what nnturo In
tended ,her to do?
A natural hen would lay at tho
most 21 eggs In tho year she would
bo called upon to produce 24 shells
nnd frames of chickens, because, re
member, that tho frame ot the chick
has to bo contained In the egg, or
tho egg Is not laid. Now tho hen
baa :i0.ri days to gather and store
(his frumo-formlng material; but we
are asking tho modern commercial
hen to Jay inn to 2&0 eggs, with
IHO to 2R0 shells nnd tlierefpro K0
to 1!'i0 frames ot chickens must bu
Therefore, you hnvo lo nsslst hor
by what might bo termed unnatural
feeding. Fortunately, ground bono
and shell grit is cheap. I And (lint
green food can bo fed lu inurh lar
ger quantities than I was aware of,
.and lake tho place of bran tn n
considerable extent. I place lucerne
first, clovers 'next nnd then green
grains. Produce Ilovlew,
"llownro of lleo o.r other Insects,'
Is n good U'Iiii: to think of when
you aro raising poultry, '
llaby chicks should havo clean,
diy and comfortable coops.
Different stagey of diseases nro;
Klrst, illrty coops, then damp rains
mnlto tho coops damp, lleo and then
uomo contagious dlscaso.
I'lgcons must 'not bo forgotten In
tho poultry lino bocquso thoy aro vory
profitable and breed vory fast.
If a dlscaso breaks out among your
flock do not delay to tend It because
It might spread, which most poultry
'dUeasos do rapidly.
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when other cheaper and lest
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Everything that goes into
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the FINEST PAINT MADE. v
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