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for Infants and Children.
Don't Poison Baby. '
COnTY TEAKS AfiO nlmoit every mollicr thought her child mint have
I.rcBorlo or laudanum to mako It bleep. Tlicso ilnt,r will prodm o sleep,
nnd nfow drop too ninny will produoo Ilia sleep from ulilcli tlicro l
no waking. Many aro llio chllJrcn wlio liavo been killed or wlioo health hot
been rulnod for llfo by paregoric, laudanum nnd uiorplitno, each of width Is a
nnrcoth. product of opium. Druggists aro prohibited from selling cither of llio
rcoki named to children nt nil, or to nnjbody, without labeling them
"poison." Tho definition of " narcotic " Is: "A medtetne whteh rtllcvei pain
andyroducet tlcei, but tthfch in jwlttonoui doc3 prottuecM ttujior, coma, conyul
tlont and death." The taste, and smell of medicines containing opium aro ills
guiscd, and sold under llio names of "Drops," "Cordials," "Soothing Syrups,"
etc. You should not permit any medicino to bo given' to your children without
you or your physician know of what It Is composed. Cnslorla does not con
Physicians Recommend Castoria.
"I hT"frrqti-nil7 iirwcrltml Ca.loria for com
mon ailment, of children with rM rc-ull.,"
W. A. CniMiiiiL, M. D,
l)-tu, N. Y.
"A tk! .-thfT or tMtlrcn clil'ilrtn I rrrtlnl
Im fomfthln alwit jcmit final nv-trfne-nd,
iii) from ni7 own fnmtly C-pcrlciM-p, I hair, In
toj ymn of prtcllcc, .(Hindi CutorU A fopular tiM
cClclcnt nmidj la 1 1 nont r livim. .
i Wm. J. -IcCjunn, m I) ,
, Oml , Vt h.
Childron Cry for Fletcher's Castoria.
In Use For Qver 30 Years.
BOEDEAUX LINEN For ladies' skirts and coat suits;
r 30 inches wide. Regular. 20c. vardj special 8 yards for $1.
ORE AM ALPACA 50 inches wide: extra quality. Rer
. ular, $1.25 yard; s'.cial, $1 yard.
vMVSrisf PriR0N- PHAME BLACK ALPACA 50 inches wide, very
, heavy, pegilar, $1.75 yard; special, $1.35 yard.
' , FINE WHITE LINEN HUCKABACK TOWELING 20
v Inches wide. Regular, 35c. yard; special, 25c, yard.
CREAM, BUTCHER LINEN SUITING 38 inches wide;
splendid value. Regular. 50c. yard; special, 35o. jard.
LADIES' WHITE MUSLIN PETTICOATS Wjth hem
stitched, tucked lawn flounces; exceptional value. Reru
lar, $1; special, 70c.
. ALL-SILK WASH RIBBONS No. 1, regular 50c. ue.,
special 30c: No, UA, reo-ular 60c. pc. snecial 40c; No.
2, regular 75c. ,po, special C0c: No. 3. regular 00c. nc,
special 70c.; No. 5, regular $1.25 pc., special. 90. All
SACHS' DRY GOODS CO;
Corner Fort and Beretania Streets Onnosite Fire Station
1 THE ORIGINAL AND GENUINE
Horlick's JMalted, Milk
is tiie most delicious, nourishing food-drink known for
the an-cmtc, 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 infants, invalids and
nursing mothers. Endorsed by physicians everywhere.
Sample, free to Phytidani and Druffliti.
At all Druggists.
HORLICK'S MALTED MILK COMPANY, Racine, Wis., U. S. A.
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HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO.,
"Everything Photogianhic" FORT ST., NEAR HOTEL
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, SZZjf-tO Riinrnntcc Rcnulno
"I .ml jrortr Ctftorls li ntf Ixncflcld In tho
treatment of children' tllment. "
, F. DiTm, M. D ,
"I object to what aro called patent rar-lcloe,
n hero maker alone knona ttbatatuff la mt Intlicm,
but I know too formula of ) our Catorla ami adlo
It uo In niirrrAM a. 1 indga It ti 1 ft very nae
ful, aa vrcll oj barmkra famllj metllrlnc"
N. 11. Hlltn, V. D ,
AT 1 P. M.
from ?5 up
from $1 up
A KODAK Multiplies
the Joys of Life.
Held At School
Tito cummencemuit exorcises ut the
I'imulimi Preparatory this morning re
eclud cotiBlderablo nltentlon from the
parents of llio pupils and the public
Tho rendition of tho program was
certainly n certificate to tho ability
of llioso.wlio took part In It nnd was
Ihuyiughl) appreciated by all who at
following Is llio Interesting pro'
Hev. Amoa A. nbcrsolc.
Atnll Chorus Vcrdl
' Preparatory School Chorus.
l'lfty tears Ago
. Ruth Honor.
Piano Solo "Serenade Coquetto"..
Tho Nnval Station at Pearl Harbor
My Henri's In llio Highlands. Cuurtnc
lJojs flleo Club.
' Itamoita Marks.
Oration ''Joan d'Arc ....Dc Qtilnccy
Iirclel ...., -.Sllcher
(lerman Class Song.
Heading Selection from "Tim-
"othy's Quest ...... Wlggln
(n) "I.o, galtt 'TIs i:cnlng". Vcnilc
(b) "Tho I tuppy Miller" ..i .Veailo
Olrla' Oleo Club.
Aeroplanes ITiodels nnd Essay ...
i:nort 'and Malcolm Tutlle. I
Tho Marvelous Mill of Apptda
(unginai translation rmm tho hop
(a) "Santa I.ucla" - Knlksong
(b) "Mighty I.nk a Itoso" ,...Noln
Prcpnrnloiy Sehmil Choir.
Original Poem "Mltehlo Oaa," nu
Indian Tale ,
' Preparatory School Chorus.
Class airt Presented by Arthur Oil
man, Class President.
Presentation of diplomas.
s " Class Members.
Tho members of Hits j ear's graduat
ing; class are: Catherine Margaret
Ashley, IMlth Adelo A'lniKst, Harold
Mauslleld. llahlwln, Herbert Cecil
llertr. Ilulli May lleitelmun, Marcus
Kitchen Illllsnn, Kenneth lavs llond
Charles James Ilrenlmm Gilbert Halo
Drown, Marcton Campbell, Jr., Mnr
garet l.elth Center, Helen Choy, Mary
Akwul Hlnn Chuck, Krancls JinM
Cooper, James I.nw Culten, Harry Dal,
Harry l.ca Dcnlsnn, Carolina Ixiulso
Klllnger, Theodora Ilartlctt Hnglo
Knlherlnu OardiijBverton, Arthur Fos
ter Oilman, Ooon Tim, Rnlph Charleb
dray, nrncst Kulunl Heen. James
Urwln Hind, Milan Alleo Hoogs, Wil
liam Arthur Inman, Allene Kuoo Jur-
relt, wnrguret Jones, uaronno iioo
Inson Decora Low, Sara Violet Lucas,
Ilamomi Marks, Heglnnld John
Molanphy, William Wlutmoro Good
alo Molr, Thclma Kathcrlno Mur
phy, Dorothy Paulkncr Potcrbon, Ml
rlam Clark Peterson, Alan Podmoro,
Charles Alexander Poguc, Jannatt
Vlctorlu Sharp, Alapaki Francis Hen
ry Smith, Ituth 8opcr. GciiovIovq
Irene Tnggartl. Margaret Carter Thursi
ton Albert Parr TttttloA Malcolm Hr
Icy Tuttlo, Hlolso Wlchman, Kllccn
Willlums, PrnnceB Lillian Williams,
Alfred Teun Lcong Yap, Joseph Shtll
(Continued from Faerc 1)
Hon so to do Bhall bo published by
the fcecrctury of tho Hoard ouco each
week for olgh successho wcoks In
tho Hnfellsh. Htiwullan and Portu-
guoso lnngungo In tho city nnd coun
ty of Honolulu nnd tho county In
which tho land in question Is locatod,
which notice shall name tho appli
cant and descrlbo genorally and Iden
tify tho land coorod by bucIi appli
cation, In case of salo or loaso tho
upsot price proposed, In cobo of an
exchange, tho land offered in ex
change, and shall call upon all per
sons desiring to object, because tho
laud should be homesteaded or oth
erwise, to present such objections In
writing or In person on a dnte to be
named In snid notice within ten dnys
after tho lust day of publication.
Some of tho provisions of the rule
Introduced are that all such sales,
leases or oxthunge must have u no-
ttlje published once a week foj eight
lsurcesslM weeks before such sale or
linise, in Knpiwi, Ji'yy;,ln,n n"'1 Vor'
tucueso. by notices in puiuic pm.
nnd In newspapers In the
Question of the clerical' labor In
tohed was discussed nnd Campbell
said that such clerical work would
be dono In his office. Secretary
Drown of the Hoard would be re
sponsible for the correctness of such
notices nnd would be Issued over his
It Is the Idea of this notice that all
men would hnva n chance to object
to such Bale, lease, or exchange, or
to nsk that tho whole of the land or
any portion of It might bo homo
steaded. Mr. Trent made u motion to
accept tho rule otfered by Member
Kinney nnd tho motion was carried
unanimously, after which Kinney
nsked to be excused tu attend tho
graduation of his son.
Dcforq leaving Kinney had a fur
ther argument on tho. publication of
the notices nnd Andrndo said that
nrrnngcuicnts should bo made by
Tront to get a flat fnle'for the pub
lication In all tho newspapers.
Mr. Drown: ' "1 have been Im
pressed, on nccount of being In tho
land otllrc, for ninny years, of tlic de
lay that small things cause. Tho pub
lic at largo docs mlt know that
leased land is capable of homestead
and this point should bo called dur
ing the whole time of lease of pas
toral land In particular. During
lease nltentlon Bhotlld bo called tn
llio fact that land might ha leased."
Chairman Carter: "I think that Is
a good Idea nnd that from time to
lima during tho lease notices should j
ba published calling nltentlon to llio
After passing tho resolution llio
hoard passed to further business and
sovcrnl communications wcro rend
from Superintendent Cnnipbcll of ap
plications to Icaso certain public
Tho first was from tho Cornwoll
Ranch Company, for tho lenso of por
tions of Wnlnkoa and Alae, Maul,
which tho Hoard voted to ndcrtlso
under tho provisions of tho resolu
tion jusC pnssed
Other applications which camo be
foro tho Hoard and which will bo ad
vertised Immediately wcro: General
leases of tho Knpaa, Annholn nnd Kn-
mnlomnlo lands; water licenses of
Kapan nnd Kamalomato; general
lenso of Wnlohull iind Kcokea, Island
of Maul; exchange of lands In Alae
3 and 4, Island of Maui; leasing of
grnzlng nnd wnste lands nt Wnlpoull,
North nud South Olohenn nnd Kapan,
Kauai; lease of Paumalu, Oahu; lenso
of Onoull 11, South Konn, Hawaii;
laud exchnngo In town of liana, re
quost of County of Maul; exchange
with Knele'ku Sugur Co. for land, tak
en for road purposes, liana, Maul, In
1899; lease of Pololu lands, N. Ko
hula, Huwall; lease of Puualaui Mo
lokal; land exchange with Itamond
Hunch, Kunnto, Maul.
Ask an opinion of the Attorney
General relntUo to tho construction
of tho law In regard to tho exchange
of lund of more than .forty ncrcs or of
n Miluo of more than $5000.
The question urose ns to whether
there were two limitations or only
one meant In this section.
Upon tho implications presented ut
this morning's meeting tho Hoard
decided to publish tho notices of
these applications all at once, group
ing them by counties.
In enso there are no Hawallnu or
Portuguoso nowspaperrf In a county,
the notices nro to bo published In
tho three lunguages in an Hngllsh
As thero Ib bo much detail upon tho
socrotnry tho question of salary for
Drown camo up, but .It was decided
to leave this question until the
amount or work, cutnllod should bo
known and then compensation could
bo hotter tlxed.
Kinney moved that when applica
tions for sale, lease, or oxebango, are
received throdgh the land ofjlco-tliat
they be published at once "by the
nerrntnrv without tho formality of
bringing them before thq Hoard, thus
doing uwny wlUi considerable delay
In matterB .which .miglit be important
to Bettlo Boon. ,The. niojjon was car
rlod by n full voto.
FAUST ONFOR TONIGHT
Tonleht idr. Mcltao will offer
Obetho'a Immortal play, "Faust," with
Louis Morrison In tho role, of Mo-
phlsto and Miss Oswald In tho part of
Marguerite, n combination that can
not be Improved upon.
Mr. Mcltae has spared neither
pains nor expense on this production
and n superb production is assured.
Nearly merjbody In this meat land
hns hoard of or witnessed ths play
and the fact that Mr. Morrison lin
ing pluyed the purt of Mephlsto over
three thousand times, will make it ull
tho moru Interesting. Thlstpluy will
continue for the remainder of tho
week, Willi llio usuil ifuitliieo mi B.it
1 W1"0 r Tm Wl
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The newest New York Fashions-both "conservative" and
"extreme" are' beautifully portrayed in BENJAMIN
Sm I 1 til
HWs''it";1 "?J KB
wKen you uto it out of t 'Leon.
rd Cleanible1 Rcfrigefttor, The
porceUin Itnmg and peifect lam
Ury cooitruction do with
11 chance t for the accumulation of
dirt and otfewlvo odors.
tin tht famwji nine wall construe
tion which kerpt the cold air In
and the warn air out. If you
wuh every article of food to come
out of your refrigerator ai iweet
and wholetome at when it went
In, then buy a famous 'Leonard
GeanaUcV We are local agents
and have a full Lne ready for
your inipeclion, Hvcry one
H. HACKFELD & CO,
RE0AL SHOE CQ
Kinc and Bethel.
Clothes for Men
Special Neckwear Sale for,. This
limil GRADE SILK F0UR-IN HAND
' Regular 75c and $1 Goods Sold for 50o,
ALL KINDS OF NECKTIES AT CUT JUICES
Sco Our Window Disnlay
- New Lines of MEN'S nud BOYS'. BATHI1I0 SUITS in
Wool nnd Cotton.
TEE CHAN & CO.,
Cor. King and Bethel
The Doctor Says
A Sparklinp Temperance Drink, having the tonic prop
ertics of Gentian, Calamus and AiiRusturn.
Its daily use will benefit the entire digestive tract. Tho
flaor is odd, but agreeable. You will learn to like it.
' 5e. IN BOTTLES Be.
Rycroft's Fountain Soda Works,
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