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EVENING BULLETIN, IT0NCM7MJ. T. U., TIIUllSrAY, JUNti 9. 1 1 0.
for Infant and Children,
What is Castoria?
C ASTORIA Is a harmless substitute for Cantor OIF,
Paregoric, Drops nnd Soothing Syrup, it Is
pleasant. It contains neither Opium, Morphine nor
other Narcotic snbstanco (Narcotics stupefy). Its
age Is its guarantee. It destroys Worms and allays
Fererlshness. It cures .Diarrhoea and Wind Colic.
It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates
the Stomach and Dowels, giving healthy and natural
sleep. The Children's Panacea Tho mother's
-Vt patlanta IntarlaM pralaa the action of jour
Caitorla." W.W.Tua a.M.n,
Bor.lo, N. Y,
"DnrincmrmMHulpnirtlra I konw of rrtm
esfwhtttjfir"lorl4 WMrtKrilwl nj mod
WUigoud Manila." K. Momkib, M. D .
Bl Look, Mo.
If on every Tripper
of genuine Cattorln
"Tow Caatnrla 1. rrrulnljr the jtrl tmf
for children 1 know of. t ano no oibrr pio.
D. 8 Bcuwinir, M. I .
" I on your Caatoria and adrlea IU nso Id all
famlUca ttheia thcra ar. children."
, J. W. Diihdu.1, m. i,
"Tonf rartorla lathe brut remedy In the world
for children and the only on. I dm and recom
mend.' Avata V. 3wtTUHDtM. D,
X hare u.cd jour CaMorla aa a purgallre In the
rme of cbililrfo for year. paat lth moat happj
effect, and. fallundone It an a aafa remed j."
ILD. Dmxia, M. D,
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria.
In Use For Over 30 Years.
THE ORIGINAL AND GENUINE
Horlicks Malted Milk
is the most delicious, nourishing food-drink known for
the anrcmic, the debilitated and the dyspeptic. So easily
and promptly digested that it agrees with the weakest
stomach. It is simply a pure food, invigorating' and
- It is pure, rich milk, with the extract of malted grain,
in powder form, soluble in water. A nourishing drink is
prepared in a moment by stirring vigorously in water, hot
or cold,. Unequalled as a food for infanfsinvalids and
nursing mothers, indorsed by physicians everywhere.
, Sample! free to Phyttclani and Dnitfliti.
At all Druggists.
HORLICK'S MALTED MILK COMPANY, Raolni, Wit., U. S. A.
SPECIALS FOR FRIDAY
LADIES' FINE MULL SHIRTWAISTS Trimmed in
cluster tucks and lace. Regular price, $1.25; special
SHIMMER SILKS In stripes, checks and plaid, mercer
ized; 27 inches wide. Regular price, 30c.a yard; special,
20c. a yard.
WHITE CURTAIN SWISS In a big variety of patterns;
large and small dots, floral designs, etc.; 36 inches wide.,
Regular price, 6 yards for $1 ; special, 9 yards for $1.
CHILDREN'S HAND-PAINTED LEATHER PURSES
Very pretty. Special, 10c, each.
FANCY TUCKED LACE YOKING 18 inches wide.
Regular prices, 50c. and C0c."a yard; special, 25c. and 35c.
FRENCH WAISTIN0 Fine Batiste, embroidered in
chnrapagne. Regular, $1.25 a yard; special. 50c. a yard.
Cream, embroidered in black. Regular, $1.85 a yard; spe
cial, 75c. a yard,
A RARE BARGAIN-3G-inch 'Black Feau dc Soi'e. beau
tiful quality. Regular price, $1.40 a yard; special price, $1
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
Corner Fort and Bcretania Streets Opposite Firo Station
LEAVES THE FACE SMOOTH AND COMFORTABLE AFT
,ER,THE MORNING SHAVE.
You can get a free sample at
Benson, Smith & Co.
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS
FILMS AND CAMERAS
YE ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOr
Fort below King Street
JAPAN AND RUSSIA
. I ' 1 ' ! .1 . '
TOKIQ, June S.-T-AnJannoliiic)niciit
, . -.--. --..; -; 2k 9 t
conclusion of a cftniiilcltf lilutonitjiidlnir bttwdon Russia
NOW SWORN ALLIES
ho Par Hiut. The two nations which were foes In tlu
pctfeH accord. By the 'term of tho URrccinom
cqiilsltlonii lit .toe war nre fully recognized, mid
hereafter net 111 'ntcrird 111 the tlmclormionl of tut
Tar East, linvjug agreed no to roinmcrclal privileges alul spheres of In
(luonco. . '
dlitK. affairs In t
ww m "JrM'i
nlih'ii"rlK(is tti T lijr "
he't-wir lnillfjiis will
KINO AND QUEEN AID SUFFERERS.
CAI.rrm, June 8A-1hlrt) -two bodies have been rccocrcd from the
ruins of buildings wrecked by the cnrthriuaKe.
Tho King nnd Queen spent the wholo day nmlil the ruins The)
were tlilrty.slx hours active ninoiiR tho siitTercrH ulthout nny time foi
sleep. This eenlng they left for Home, and there was a touching dem
onstration of gratitude when thoy tco, their departures. Jloth were al
IlKGGIO, Juno 8. Sc.ero earth quakes wore felt hero tonight, caus
ing much terror among tho people.
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RENOMINATE GOVERNOR CARROLL.
DBS MOINES," June 8. With returns from only flvo counties miss
Ing, tho returns of'the primary elections show that Governor II. 1' Carroll
Is renominated by only 700 majority where two jcara ago In tho linpub
llcan primaries he had a majority of 23,000 over Ourst. Klght progress
ho ltcpubtlcat.s mid three staudpittors have won.
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ROOSEVELT WILL START ON FRIDAY.
LONDON, Juno 8. Colonel IlooLcvcit will sail for Now York Friday,
ending n long vacation, trip Tho c. President was under mcilcal treat
ment jestcrday for his throat trouble, which Interfered with his Oxford
VESUVIUS GASES KILL AMERICAN.
NAI'LUS. Juno 8. 1. II. Sllon. nn American, believed to be from
Hnn rrnnchiro, lost his llfo today on Vesuvius Climbing .the volcano
hn ventured too ilcar ii flssuro and waa Killed by tho fumes of sulphuric
llco boxes were placed hero a Hum
'bcr of the newor residential district!'
were hardly thought of nnd certainly
did not cut much of n figure on tho
existing maps of tho city.
At tho present time, such placet
iih Upper Niiuani) Valley, I'alolo Val
ley, and Knlmukl hao no recourse
to the police headquarters sae
through tho regular city telephone
Thcro nro no boxes to bo found bo
ond I'linaliou and beyond this , point
Is destined to. become ono of the
largest residential districts of the
alarm system nnd no ono realizes this' The Sheriff 'nlsrj had hopes of se-
dUtre-ising state of affairs more la eu-,cr'nK nn nutmwibllo tobe used bj
Sheriff Jarrett Asks
For More Police
Honolulu has outgrown Its nollco
ly'thnn Sheriff Jarrett.
"Tho present system should be ln
cieascd by the addition of at lo-.st
itfteen bqxes," staled tho Sl'o.li' this
Supenlsor Cox is chilru. in of tho
Police Committee of tlu lloarl nl Sup
ervlsors. He has bon mnkl'ic ccn
flderahlo effort to seciro an adlino'i
nl appropriation for police purposes.
The mutter waa threihod out ,lit the
city hall when the semi-annual ai
propriatlon bill came iijl for cousld
oratlon and adoption.
Tho cost of extending I'm pulloo
alarm system to (ho .rowing illun'i Is
and suburbs of Honolulu Is conso.'v
utlvely estimated at between mo and
six thousand dollars.
Sheriff Jarrett further states that
tho present system only cavers the
more centralized portions of Honolulu-
This Hystem wfls put Into operation
nearly ten years ago. It was Installed
by tho Qamowoll people Immediately
following the completion of their con
tract at Manila. At tho tlmo tho po-
ofllcern In jiollcla Uie outside dis
tricts. This liWn'i failed to find a
place on' tlio new'npproprlatlon bill,
though something nuiy-be domi. before
another half year rollHr nTound.
IN OUDKR to dlschargo' about
eight luuidred tons of general cargo
at the port of Kahulul tbo lutson
Nnlgatlon steamer I.urllno maj sail
for tho Maul port, this evening. The
I.urllno is expected will pick 'Up a
quantity of sugar while there. The
steamer will complete taking on cargo
at Honolulu and Is scheduled to de
part for San Francisco on or about
A MOri:nATi: northeast broeza
and sea has been encountered by the
Toyo Risen Kalsha liner Tenyo Maru
now enrouto from Honolulu to Japan
according to a lato wireless. Tho ves
Bel was 635 miles oft iho port at eight
o'clock last night.
THE SCHOONKR O. W. Watson
was discharging cargo at llllo on Juno
6th while tho schooner James Itolph
was met at liana by tho steamer Clau
lino, which passed thcro yesterday.
If It's Paint
AND YOU WANT A GOOD JOB, SEE ME TOM SHARP
'ARE SEEN EVERYWHERE
From $5 up
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"-TlisXO ,3"4-. J"'"
from $1 up
A KODAK Multiplies
the Joyi of Life.
HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO.,
"EverythinR Photographic" FORT ST NEAR HOTEL
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LOW PRICES S
J. ABADIE. Prop vt. '' m&
In the summer, when a fellow ii especially fond of spending most of his time outdoors,
there is a lot Of satisfaction to be coined by having light and summery clothes. The ideal
clothes for summer are "BENJAMIN CLOTHES." They are' not only delightfully styled, but
they nre tailored in a manner which insures their Riving splendid service.
A large and complete stock
of the Famous
MRS. KJN'GS ' ,
BABY'S AND CHILDREN'S
have just arrived. Brinu tho
Baby and show it this beau
tiful line. i
ALl, NUW AMI IWCMJBIVt,
Regal Shoe Store
KING AND BETHEL
CLASSY BOYS' and
MEN'S CLOTHING :1
i S. MIYAMOIO
Contractor for Building, Stone and
Cement Work, Painting, Faperlung
ng. No. lain LIT.IHA ST., Cor, Kiihul,
ALL HAND WORK
258 Bfiflanla St
1010 N. Y. STYLE. UNION-MADE SUITS arrived bv
last boat. Also, a complete line of
SQUARE DEAL GUARANTEED HOSIERY
YEE CHAN & CO.,
Cor. King and Bothel
SEE THE NEW DISPLAY IN OUR STORE WINDOWS
THE PRICES PER PIECE ARE: 75c, $1.00. ?1.25,
$1.75, ?2.00, $3,00. $150.
Every article is handled with the greatest
care and the best of work done