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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, June 14, 1910, 2:30 EDITION, Page 3, Image 3',
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RVEMNO BULMSTtN, HONOt'.tlLO. .fH.. TUE9rA.Y, JWSE 14, iii6.-
LUMBER MILL MEN
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, for Infants and Children.
The, Effects of Opiates.
TI1AT INFANTS aro peculiarly susceptible, to opium ami Us various prep
' ar'atlons, 'oil of which oro narcotic, Is well known, Even In tlio smallest,
doses, It continued, thoso opiates enmo changes In the functions and rrrowlh of
j tho celLy.rrlilch aro likely to bi-como permanent, causing Imbecility, mental.
pervemon, a craving lor alcohol or narcotics in later lira, nervous diseases, euch
( as Intractable nervous dyspepsia and lack of staying powers, are a rcsultof dosing
Vllh opiates or narcotics to keep children quiet In their infancy. The rule among
physicians Is that children should never receive opiates In tho smallest doses ,(or
' 'Jn6r thatf a'dUy at a time, nnd only then If unavoidable.
Tho administration of Anodynes, Drops, Cordials, Soothing Syrups and 'other
narcotic to children by any but n physician cannot be too f tronjjly decried, and
the druggist should not bo a party to It. Children who are ill need the attention
of a physician, and it Is nothing less than a crime to doso them willfully with nor-
coucs." uasloria contains no narcotics If it bears the signature of Chas. II. Fletcher.
. " Tout preparation known m Castoria I hire used
tar retrain ehfUran'a complaints and I bite found
netUng Utter.'' Josh J. Lirri, M. D.,
' - CleTrlanu'.OalA.
Tor MTf rat reus I recommended jorir 'Castoria'
ted aball slf j continoa to da to, u It bti lnra
tlably produced beneficial resnlu."
Est'lil , TkKbtt, M. D., Kew Tork City.
"Tour CestorU It t inrrltorioni household
remedy.j It U purely TrgeUMo tndtctt ' mild
cathartic Alw'ti tit, It doee so titnn, vhlch It
uors'lhtd can U itld M tht great majority of call
dnV rtmedlee.V t
Viators U. OormiH, U. D., Omaha, Neb.
? - yy.jT" gtHlrniltCCi RCIlUllloJ
WW?7eMCZe4 Castoria , ,'
Children Cry for
InUse For Over 30
"X hate prescribed your Castoria la tutor casta
nd bite sdwlje found It tn efflctent tod tpndr
remedy." A. P. 1'rtl.rn, M. D., Bt. Louis,. Mo,;
' " I bate need your Ctstorlain my own household
with good rcenltl, tnd bare tdtlecd sereral pttlentt
to net It (or 111 mild, Unllti effect tnd freedom1
from barm." Edwiiid r-jrtnun, Jr. D., '
Brooklyn. M. T.
"Tour Castoria holdi the esteem of the medleti
profession In t manner held bjr no other proprietary
preparation. It lis lure tnd telUble mcdlcln fot
Infanta tnd children, In feet It It the unlmssl
bontebold remedy fulnftnllle tllmentt."
J. A. I'lnus, II, D., Ktnttt City, Mo.
.','' "' LADIES' FARASOtSWhite. Plain and Embroidered,
in linen and Cotton; Silk, in Black; White and Colors;
Fancy, in Plaids, Stripes, Dresdens and Bordered.
.." LADIES' CRAVENETTE LONG COATS In. assorted
Tans, Browns and Greys. New styles; extra values.
CHILDREN'S HAND CROCHETED CAPS AND BON
NETS In Red, White and Blue.
LADIES' SILK HOSIERY In Black, White and Colors.
At $1.25, $1.50, $2, $2.25 a' pair ut.
LADIES'' CANVAS BATHING SHOES The new kind,
with double straps.
UNTRIMMED HATS-We have just received a very
large shiument of ladies' untrimmed hats'in all of the new
est straws and latest shapes. If you rive us an order you
are sure of satisfaction.
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO.
'Corner Fort and Beretania Streets Opposite Fire Station
i For Every
from $5 up
from $1 up
A KODAK Multiplies
the Joys of Life.
HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO.,
,, .'Everything Photographic" FORT ST., NEAR .HOTEL.;
'-.r DRIVE JAPAIPE OUT
DAIttttN'aTON, Wash., Juno 13. Uncial tumbles between tho .1ni.
'nnfrse InDore'rs In the lumber mills lief? and the. ,jf lilte t nwyers nnd cut
' tetd'Vniii'o lo a head todny, when the wlil($a Attacked the Jupaneso nnd
'rlrovo them fruin their work.. The Japanese, 'be'lng outnumbered, mndo
little resistance. Following the nssault nf the nftoriioon, the whites thU
cvculnn rounded tip all the Jninncse In the lumber camps, placed them
aboard .the train and ordered them to leave iiiul never return,
' The trouble between the rires Came nlioiit tlirniiRli tho .In pa none ac
cepting, work at less pay than tholr white competitors, gradually replac
ing tlio whiles In ninny of, the positions. The whites) who alo organized
'Into'uaJons, have been inutterlnii 'for some time.
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WENT HIGHEST YET.
' INDIANAI'Ol.m, June 13. Walter llrooklngs, In, a. Wright biplane,
broke the world's record for high Hying here today, reaching an altitude
of four 'thousand three hundred nnd eighty-four feet.
Q. ,. Ilumbaugh had an accident with his aeroplane, which broke
dawn when ho was only ten feet off tlio ground. The machine smashed
on tho ground mid was wrecked, the gasoline catching fire. Ilefore the
f.rm j;ohl bo .extinguished (ho machine was" destroyed.
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PRIl(CB TUSHIMI GOES VIA SEATTLE. ' '
I109TON, Juno 13. I'rlnco 1'iulilnil No Mlya, the cousin of tho Em
peror of Japan, ,wlio with his wife has been making -.a leisurely .tour of
tho world, Avlll not roturn to Japan by way of San Francisco, as had
.Meu ll:tieiiieii. The Itlnernry of the return trip has been changed, and
flie i'lihctand Princess' will now sail from' Seattle on tho twentieth.
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CLOUDBURST CAUSES DEATH TO MANY. . . .
COl.OON'K, Oermany, June 13. A cloudburst In tho Ahr Valley to
day brought on a disastrous Hood,; which dfd a great amount of damago
to property ni:d brought death to one hundred and fifty people. The Ahr
river rose to flood height, the waters coming up so rapidly that, people In
the low'lands wore cut oft and drowned.
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FATAL AUTO ACCIDENT.
NORTH YAKIMA. June 13. In n collision tonight, between n train
anil an automobile, two women pasrengers In tho auto were killed and
two others were fatally Injured,
. NEXT THURSDAY
Thursday Juno 10 is tho birthday of
lie Swedish ruler. King Uusluv V and
'ho day will bo appropriately observ
ed b'y"thjD subjects of that monarch
' Consul' ltodlck lias nntldcl tho act
'ng governor of the duto nnd occa-
. idon and extended an Invitation foi
I him to be proscnt-at tho observance
,nf tho natnl day'iqf Sweden's king.
Stipulation was filed this mottling lr
tho case of tho Territory against The
Mercantile Printing Company Limited
j by which tho company Is being pro
! waited for selllnp merchandise with
'outt license. By tho terms of the
stipulation Jury 'trial Is waived nnd
ftho case may ctmio up either at the
regular lorin, of 'tho circuit court nt
tho vacation torra.
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Sanatogeri, the new tonic; Johnson's Shaving Cream.
Pcbeco Tooth Paste, Daggett & Ramsdell's Cold
Pape's Diapepsin, Cream,
Berset Shaving Cream, Colgate's Shaving Powder,
i . Rubberset Lather Brushes,
, Caementiura, "stjeks everything, but is not .sticky." .
;'';; fALL TO BEHADAT ( ',,,' .'..'
Benson, Smith fe Co.
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Wvtisff'P-ir't.v xt i i iff. lU-iT nl
uattsti m m watm&&
QP&tt?$32mJrl WJ yj2W&iJiJi
Built by the Locomobile Co, of America, Bridgeport, Conn.
Eleven years of manufacturing experience built in the Lo
comobile, an' eleven year old organization backs it.
Some cars may look equal to the Locomobile.
On a DEMONSTRATION trin over smooth asphalt they may
make a satisfactory impression, " . '
COMPARE them with the Locomobile after TWO YEARS'
. SERVICE. '
Then you will realize the necessity of selecting a car of
greatest reliability and longest life. .' j
The Locomobile has eleven years' experience built in it.
Manufactured complete for eleven years in the Locomobile
The Locomobile tests as well one year as it did the year
Like every high-class piece of machinery, it is the cheapest
in the end.
It defies adverse criticism. '
"30" Shaft Drive "40" Chain Drive
Limousines, Landaulets, Touring Cars, Runabouts
Schuitian Carriage Cd Ltd.
r-' I Jrl r t -rX$ " A"1
f&zmm -usLxati. . ,v ijsl
AM fenarnlnClpthes W
The 'newest New York Fashiohs-bothJ "conservative" and
"extreme " "are beautifulifportrayed in BENJAMIN
when you Ute it out ol a 'Leon
id Clcaniola' Hdrigeritor. Tto
poiccUia liaii( ud pcifect um
Ury coadructioa Jo iwijr with
II chlncci (ol lh tccumulaliotf oj
dirt ad olfenuve odori.
hi llit Umoui nine wall comtruc
tioa which ktp lh cold air in
ux the warm air out. II you
w'uh nciy article ol food lo coma
oul ol your tefrijeratoi a iwctt
and whoUtoina u when it-Kent
in. then buy famous 'Leonard
Qciruhle', Wo are local seola
tnd, hwe lull lino ready for
your Inspection. Every on
J J Hardware Dept.
(let your fuel from tho Honolulu
'imatrtictluu mid DrnylnK Co.i Quuen
3t, uuxt lu tlio Intcrlalnnd Co.'b of.
dee, Tliey boII only tlui lilglicst Kimlu
if wood ami coal, glyo full moaaiiro
unit mako ironiit.ilL'llvcrk'rt,
CLASSY BOYS' and
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 Bethel
Pongee Silk. Grass Linen (All
. Colors) and
Fancy Drawn WorR
Just Arrived from Orient
L. AHOY, - NuuanuSt