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EVEN1NQ nULLKTW. ItONOMJLtJ,. T, 1!., THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1910.
for Infants and Children.
Don't Poison Baby.
nOIlTY YEAnS AGO ulrnost every mother lliought lier child mus have
paregoric or laudanum to make It sleep. Tlieso tlrilg will produeo sleep
and afow drop too innuy will produeo Ilia sleep from ivlilcli llicro I
no vCHkliiff. Many aro tlio children who havo been killed or whose health ha
pten ruined for llfo by paregoric, laudanum and morphine, each of which is t
narcotH product of opium. Druggists nro prohibited from selling cither of the
narcotic named to children at nil, or to, anybody, without labeling them
"poison." The definition of "narcotic" Is: " A mtilMna tehtc)ireUevos pain
and prcxluctt ilccp, but tehlch n xnisonout closes produces $tuior, coma, convnl
Hont and death." Tho tasto and smell of medicines containing opium nra dis
guised, and sold under the names of "Drops," "Cordials," "Soothing Syrups,"
etc You should not permit any mcdlcino to bo given to your children without
you or your physician know of what it Is composed.' Caatorlu loc not con
The 7r SZStf j-tjZ. " Knnrnntcc acnulno
Icnntitrn of Wia&xT&cAiAC Cnntorin
Physicians Recommend Castoria.
lh?e frtqnenllr vr'.frH'wl Culnria for com1
moo (llmeoU of children with cxxl retain.'
W. A. Ciuhdul, M. 0.,
Duffilo, N. Y.
"A ths falhfr of thirteen cM'drrn 1 cerUlnlr
Voow lomelblog about roar great mntlclne ini,
ld from mj own fxmllj eiprrlcnce, f hare,'ln
far jfari of practice, found CaitorU 11 pojiulir and
rnkltnt remedy In almiit erery hone."
W. J. ,McCmN, M. 1).,
Children Cry for Flotcher's Castoria.
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Is now on and such a
slaughtering of prices has
never been known in
The price of everyirticle
- 4n our big store has been cut
Everything marked in plain
figures and sold for cash
This sale means money
to every buyer.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co.
Corner Fort and Bcrctnnla
Every-Member of the Family
v WILL FIND USE FOR AN J
EACH ONE CAN USE1 IX IN HIS OR HER OWN
' ROOM, FOR IT CAN BE ATTACHED TO ANY IAMP
The Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Beautifully Trimmeji Hats,
' This is a special price for this sale
Smart Sailors at - $1.50 to $2.50
A great reduction in price "
A Limited Number of Veils at - $2.00
These are a particular bargain
"I find jonr Cutorit U Terr beneCciil li the
treatment of children allmentt."
F. Dim, M. D ,
"t object In bat ara called patent medlclnet,
t bere maker alone know a what atoll Is put In them,
Imt I know the forninla of your Ctatorla anil adrfa
Itl tifw In proper caw. I Judje It to In a rery dm
tul, as well aa haimlcra family medicine."
N. 11. ruin, M. D.,
Brooklyn, N. Y.
Opposite Fire Station
75c. Per Month
BIO ISLAND PLANTERS
, .WAITING; FOR PRICE
,prnT j !
LondOn1 Quotations' 'Give Indication
of Dull Market Weather Fa
vorable tor Beet Growing.
Tlio Federal Reporter of Juno i!l
makes tlio following report on tlio
Itaw Sugar, Tlio market lias con
tinued linn, ntul sales aru reported of
u further CUOO bags i'orto Ulcus, duo
next week, at 4.21c c. I. f., busts II C, to
Ilia Federal Sugur Hcllnlng Co., 4000
bugs to fiOOO bugs Cuban, for Juno
July shipment, at 2c. cost und
irvlglit, basis 9(1, to thu Warner Sugar
Itcllnlng Company,' and about 20,000
bags Cuba sugars, In port, at 2c. cost
und freight, basis 9ti, to Messrs. Ar
buckle Urothcrs. Tlio latter cargo
was on a steamer which has been In
port slnco May 12, aud bad to bo sold
or stored, as thu Government limit
would bo up In a few days . Ycstcr
day the Fcdcraf Sugar Hcllnlng Com
pany purchased about 18,000 bags
Cuba centrifugals, to bo louded dur
ing second half July, at 2 15-lCc. cost
und freight, basis 9t), nnd Messrs. Ar
bucklo Ilrothurs secured a further 12,
000 bags alloat, at 2T4c. cost and
freight, basis 90. Thu general ,tono
to thu market Is If anything tinner
this morning, with most sellers nsk
trelght, basis 96, for Cuba sugars In
all positions. Ono lot of 10.0U0 bags
Cuba Centrifugals is offering at 2
lC-lCc. cost and freight, for early
July loading, and 10,000 bags I'orto
rtlcos, second half July shipment, at
4.30c. c. I. f., basis DC. All rcilners nro
interested In sugars In any position,
nt -lie. cost nnd might, busts 90, nnd
4.24c, duty paid, and tlieru is an In
quiry from New Orleans, for second
half July' shipment, nt 2 ITi-IOc. cost
and freight. Aft reports from Cuba
nnd I'orto ltlco stnto that tlio remain
ing stocks are In strong hands, and
are being held for higher prices. Thu
spot market is also ilrin.and till un
sold sugars tiuvu practically been
cleaned up, excepting thu cur go of
C000 tons I'orto lllcos, which Is held
at 4.27c, with Indications that owners
may ratso their prices shortly to 4.30c.
4.24c. has been bid und declined for
this cargo. We would therefore call
the spot market linn, nt 4.21c. to 4.27c
duty paid for 96 centrifugals, 3.74c to
3.77c duty paid for 80 Muscovadocs,
and' 3.49c to 3.G2c duty paid lor 89
molasses sugurs. The world's visible
supply is 2,340,000 tons, iigalnst, 2.430,
000 tons Inst year, Messrs. Wlllett &
Gray's esttinuted stocks alloat to the
United States are 102,000 tons, against
125,000 tons last year, und the stocks
of the United States and Cuba togeth
er 678,080 tons, against 665,377 tons
last 'week, and 593,116 tons last year,
un Increase of 84,961 tons from last
Culm. Wo have received no spec
lul news by mui' or cable, and under
stand the present crop Is still cxpout
ed to turn out 1,700,000 tuns tu 1,750,
000 tons, and the weather at tlio pres
ent time Is favorable for the growing
crop, but to late tu maku up entirely
for tlio datuago previously caused by
( tlio recent severe drought.
I Europe Cubles received tlio lust
few duys show that the Kuropcuu
markets uro very tirm, with June-July-August
beet quoted at 14s. yd.
Mr. F. O. Llcht cables today that the
weather Is favbrablo for growing
beets. Although recently the dally
cables which havo been received giv
ing the London curb market closing,
have Indicated a dull market, with
considerable decline from the opening
prices, wo stilt continue to give these
in our reports, although they havo llt
tlo It any effect on tlio situation hero,
as tlio European markets generally
open up exuetly tho oppoBlto in the
Fort Street just
above Hotel y
stores in the Uni
ted States . . . and Ivory
Soap on sale in more
than nine-tenths of them.
""" ' So, no matter whero
( . you may be, you will
never have any difficul
ty in getting pure soap.
All you need do is
ask tho grocer for Ivory
Soap, Nine times in ten,
he has it
99io Per Cent. Pure
morning. We quote from Mr. C. Czar
nlkow's Weekly Circular, dated l,on.
don, Juno 16, an follows:
"The American situation will prob
ably become very Interesting present'
ly, as probably tho States havo al
lowed moro than tlio excess of tho
Cuban crop to corao to this side, It
wo add up our and Continental Im
ports of Cuban, St. Domingo, etc., and
tho American refined Bugnrs. The
position, therefore, with Increased
meltings, Is linrdly as good as last
year with regard to supplies, and so
far tho shortage In shipments from
Jnva, to which wo referred previously,
is still in existence. At the present
moment shippers Btlll And dltllculty In
obtaining sugars to (111 their con
tracts, the crop being delayed by un
favorable weather. America will re
quire a largo quantity of non-profcr-entlal
sugnra for autumn meltings,
and wilt certainly not find n liberal
supply of Juvas to meet it. V. S.
stocks are above last year, but In
some quarters it Is believed that they
Tho 1ondon curb market closes lint,
Juno Iluycrs 14s. 6d., cqunls 5.09c,
duty paid New York.
July Iluyers 14s, 6yd., equals
5,11c, duty paid Now York.
August 14s'. TMl., equals 5.12c,
duty paid Now York.
October-December Iluyers Us. 3d.,
equals 4.37c, duty paid Now York.
Jntin. -Tho .Offerings of these sug
ars still continue; light, and principal
ly for August shipment, which will
not be available hero before October-
Novombor. The fow Juno-July' car
goes offering are held at prices much
nbovo our market, and therefore ut-
truct no attention.
lie I! n cil ,Su pi r. The general tone tu
the market Is Improving, and all re
liners are positively firm, at 5.15c,
leas 1 per cent Sellers aro all turn
Ing down business which Is offered
at 5.05c, nnd moderate sales are re
ported at 5.15c to the trudo In need
of prompt supplies. Withdrawals arc
generally satisfactory, and most of
them call for Immediate shipment,
showing tliut tho stocks throughout
the country aro generally moderate,
and in somo localities very small.
Ycstorday tho soldier boys at Fort
Itugcr Indulged in a llttlu actual war
work. A heavy slcgo gun was taken
from the fort proper to tho top of
Diamond Head as a trial tu ascertain
how quickly fetich a pleco of work
could be dona In time of necessity
for Bitch movoment. Tho record was
not mado public but Is eald to havo
been quito creditable.
In Our Cream
Special care to keen
It cold and protect it
from contamination at
lure ample keeping
IKE FOND DAIRY.
(HOAR NOW 5o
SI. A. OUNST & CO. Agenti
THE PIONEER PLUMBER
182 MERCHANT STREET
SUMMER DAYS AND
Pau Ka Hana
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1111.0, llnwull, July 4. When
Nelll Ilnyln left lllln Inst Sitturdny
noon hn.had 1485 with hlin. When
he nrrlveii n't llonouiii two hours
Inter he did nutflmvo tho money. The
question of whither tho money went
In now puzzling the police,
Doyle is employed by Contractor
Wcry of this city, ns foreman on the
contract he has to build n piece of
homestead rnnd at llonomu. lie tins
been so employed for the past ten
months. Last Snturdny Wcry gave
him the (9SS, In gold and silver) In
order thnt he might pny off tho la
borers with It. lloyle has been tak
ing money to tho laborers In thlfc
manner n number of times, but this
was the largest amoiiii'. he ever had
Doyle says that ho wrapped tho
money In Ills oil suit, which he tied
un the back of his saddle before
uturtlng horseback for llonomu. On
the way he felt several times to as
certain If tho suit was there, When
ho arrived ut Ills destination tho
suit was In position, but tho niuncy
was gone lloylu hud not left tho
saddle dining his trip. The suit was
tied at both .ends, ns It hud bcon
when he sturtcd out, and there wero
no breaks or tears in It. Doylo feels
positive that tho coin must havo
worked Itself out through tho jolt
ing of tho hore,
Wery and the pollco urn consider
ably annoyed at tho (act that Doylo
mada no report of tho matter until
Sunday evening, when ho reported It
to Wery. Ilo claims that It would
have dono no good tu report tho
matter any curlier, us tho money
could not 'have been located, anyhow,
but tho pollco feet that' If .ho had
telephoned to them ns soon ns he
discovered tho loss, thoy would hnvo
hud iv good, chanro to hundla the
Doylo states that ho has been In
the Islands thirty years, has been
on this Island slnco tho Olaa planta
tion sturtcd, mid has always borne a
reputation for honesty.' Ho resents
any imputation to tho contrary.
June 28 Tho Thomas Pineapple Co,
Kiillhl. 1'acklrig liouso, WS.00J
June 28 J, S, Qbuveln,' Luotllauo,
Ilesldenco. $016.00; rutj V i "
June 28 Yf Ifihayiishl, Kimklul
street; Dwelling, 1590.00,(1,1. . .,,
Juno 28 K. .Isoshlma, 10 Avpnuo,
Kalmukl. Ilesldonco, $1760.00.
Juno 29 C. M. Mutzes, Dowsett
Uno, Dwelling, $600.00.
Juno SO K. l.ogana, .Mugazlno
street. Resldenco, $1300.00.
June 30 Y, Kcnkuyo, I.lliha street.
Juno 30 J. C. Cohon, Hotel street.
Alterations und additions. Theater.
July 1 I'uo, Hobello Lane. Stable,
i i '
jjHr"! Sale" cnrdH nt Dulh'lli.
Customers who pride them
selves on the NICETIES of
dress find in our clothing FIT,
STYLE and COMFORT lack
ing in garments costing more
money. Every suit is cut in
conformity with the latest and
most approved fashions. No
wrinkles, no puckers, just a
smooth, perfect, slylisfo Com
fortable, all-round fit. f .? ,. ,
We can show you uj$'in. all
the latest fabrics.
MWSHI.NHTOX TO UK MOST
Washington, Juno 16. Tho plan of
tho most beautiful city in tho country
arts to pass upon tlio 'ocatton, flans, etc., for futuro biilldlngs.monumentojj
and tho llko in tho I)li)trh:t of Columbia wns appointed by U)0 President1!
In conformity to n LIU iccently pused
cludes Frederick f.tw Oluiste.
Ilnstlngs, architect, f-'ev
Frank D. Millet, palntei
und Charles Moore, Detroit, Midi.
HUM, Hnwall, July 4, Joseph
Aloxandcr, tho railroad station agent
at Ka polio, died suddenly from heart
fuiluro last Thursday morning. Tlio
first news of his Illness was receiv
ed ut tho railroad hca'dquartors at
Walukoa on Thursday morning, whon
Henry Lyman telephoned from Kn-pobo-
thnt Aloxandcr was seriously
III. Dr. Irwin Immediately btartcd
from, Oluft In a special engine for
Kapoho, Ilo found Alexander In
very bud shape. He was out of his
head nnd was complaining of pain
In tho region of his heart.
The sick man was placed In a
passenger roach, which was nttneu
ed to tho rock train which was leav
ing for II Ilo Just then. Uetween the
rahoa Junction aud Olaa Mill, Alex
ander suddenly sat up, stating thill
ho felt much better und that the
pain had irjiappeured, A moment
Inter he expired, The remains were
taken to 1 1 Ilo, and the funeral took
place the following day from Lock-
'Ington's undertaking parlors, Hev.
W. II. I'enton-Smlth omclatlng. A
number of- railrnud men und other
friends of the deceased attended,
I Alexuudor came from Illinois, and
was about fifty-five years of nge. Ilo
came to the Islands In 1898 and ut
IIIPl nuruetl nil 11111 riiiniiiirinill "l
I' ItlVll'TlrTL CITY IX Till: C0l'XTHY. a
President Tnft to inakn Washington
is progressing. A commission of flno
iccently pused by Congress. Tlio comirilllro n
lliii8te.nl, Jr., Inndscnuo nrchtcVt,iqStoii Thomas
v York, Dnnlol h. Fronrh, ."!iil)Tj,?ifjrY York;.,
nr, New York; Cuss (illlictt, nicfiits'tS,c4' Ynikv.
by Congress. Tlio comirilllro In
tho Olaa rnllro.i 1 line, later un be-
coming station asent nt Mountain,
View, whence, ho went to Keenu.y
where ho wus iilso a station agent.!
lie took a trip to his homo In till. 4
mils, nnd, returning to llllo, estnb-J
llslicil'a burlier s)iop here. Ho soon 1
Midi nut and went to tiallna Crur,
anil on reluming to Honolulu went,
in worx lor ino u. u. c i,, wo, lor
several mouths. He then returned
In f li Im litliitiil ntul liikrnmn utiitlmi
'" " ' - -
nfntit nt Piiluii, lulnr ,tn Inlltii-'
l charge of the Kanoho station. '.
Aloxandcr was well liked by hls'J
associates, aud Is highly spoken nt?
by tho railroad olllrlals. He was'i
unmarried nnd, ns far ns can bott
learned, leaves no near relatives,
NEXT SESSION MONDAY:
The Fvdcrnl Court will not lioldj
another session until Monday 'of I
next week nt 10 o'clock In the morn-?
Ing, There have been but three nr-'j
raignmonts In the court this week, '4
iwo on juesuny which woro ron-
tinned until tho last of August, mid?
ono jesterday In which scntencoor,
three months was Imposed for nduH
tery. , ".
A man's Past wouldn't matter xnf
much It It would only stay past.
And woman Is willing to tukoad
vlco If sho dncsn t need It.
Sulllsh people oxpect u lot of credltH
Mil liriMK M'll-Nicrilinilg, , ', (V
: vamg,." Ttha
'.Jiovina mm aw. tu