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EVENING BULLKTW. HONOLULU, T. H., SATURDAY, OCT. 22, 1910.,
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eerma Into tho homo and
id iwiniie ujrnacu 10
' HfA Still l.li, Iha mr Ml.il
WtH n,f a n.t'8 a
l'v.' Phvstcians . PresflrihA Cfl'etna.'
i i f ASTOnfA!- h'as' mfct vfllh pronounocd'irnvoroii tho' part ofr physician.
V pharmaceutical societies and medical authorities. It 'J, used by physicians
tflth results most gratifying: Tlio extended uso of Castorla is-imqlicstlonibly tho
ryault of hrec facts : 1st, Tho Indlspulalila evidence that It Is" harmless and,
t" 'That Ittiotcnly allay stomach p"alht and, quiets ihs'nervcs, but' assimilates the
( fdodVOrd, UlstdttgreeableaiulpcrfectsulslitutoforcastoroIL It.Is absolutely.
, " ?''. " ois uolcontaln any opium, morphine, or other narcotic and does" not
" '"" "stupefy. Jt Is unlike Soothing Syrups, Batc'maB's.Dropsdodfrcy's Cordial, etc
This Is' OROOd df'al'for a medical Journal to say. Our duty, howeTcr, Is to expose
' danger and record tho means ot'adviincIntf'hcaUli. Tho day for poljonloff'ln'nq
cent children through greed or Ignoranco ought to end. To our knowledge, Cos-U-ia
Is a: remedy-which' produces' composara miiit health; by reeulatlnir, tlio
UtUn¬fty tupe?yng'"lti-and'our'readers aro'c'SUtlcd' to the Information.
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LAirf hara found-
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"Tastes Like More'"
. Wheft It's
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THE BEER THAT
SUITS THE PEQPLE
fhen you think you have
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v1"r;' , try-
Pau ka Hana
J?: L. WALDRON,
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talVil remnlr"iii' my lumichold
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Voir CiMorls Vp.'ba s atandard ftmllj-
ncdr.1 UUttw tint thliif for Infants and chil
dren I haTO svsMtnown and 1 recommend ILM
r K. K. KasiLDtos, M. !).,
t. . y "' Omaha, tfrt,
jcaalorfi for InfanUIa ttimach dlaonler, I moat
liearUlr ctshmend Its um. vTbo formula contains
BStUng Jtlukrjon If tU DM 1 1 l Icat e of children."
t ' -M i J. Bi Elliott, M. S., Ken Totk Cltj.
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Gathering of women. and
Children G,eQt thei
Torches flickered and waved, tho
rhoon beeped from' behind acloud oc
caslon.Mly. antutnobltes cluiCReil up
with RiarthR headllRhls mut nliovo nil
perspiring Democratic orators let
looso argument 'and metaphor nt I'nu
oa last' evening on a crowd of a hun
dred' persons half of' whom were wo
men arid children.
Tho big guns wero all there nt
times nnd Wado Warren Thayer set
tlio ball' rolling in tho speechmaklng
line, hi 'belnsktho first sneaker ot Ihd
Pctrle, Woltcrs, Klakahi, Uenov
ledes, Turrlll, KlvenbiirBh, Trent and
Chnrlle Ilose all told tlio people what
they thought ot tho ltcpubllcans any
way, how flho the Democrats nil wero
nnd what good Democratic officials
there wero In office
It Is considerable or a walk from
'the hd 'of Krnma street car lino to
the scene of Hostilities at I'nuoa and
those who walked found the road
dark nnd rough long- beforo they' cama
In" sight of-the flaring torches or heard
the music of the nulntet which onllv-
cned tho oratory tiirned looso on the
In his remarks Candidate Woltcrs
said If anyone was to blamo for the
Democratic platform-It was not Uosb
McCamlless for' ho knew nothing of
tho platform until after It was all
made. He, Wolters, woh tho man who
did Rail and Ills shoulders wero broad
enough to tako the blame.
Following Woltors, Klakahi spoke In
Hawaiian for half an' hour and' more
keeping his audience In laughter from
(ho Jokes ho sprung.
' Immigration was tho main subject
of the discourse rendered by llcnevle
des who told this audlcnco that he
would not talk more than fifteen min
utes. "It Is now nlne-llyo nnd I' wll'
talk Just uncoil minutes; stopping
when It Is rilno-twonty-flvo," ho said,
Somo one asked' him how he added
fifteen toi five and mado twonty-flve
nnd he had to acknowledge that ho
wus a little off In his addition. ,
nenovlcdcs had a long spiel on Im
ported labor' that was ' taking the
bread away from tho' mouths o'f tho
IluwallniiH, dwelling particularly on
I'lltplnos. nnd Hislans'who had been
brought hero to keep down wages, he
( fc-rAd Turrlll said that the Demo
crats were tho real thing, tbat Re
publican orators said the Democrats
i wero liars hut mat did not make It
Following Turrlll Manager Illven-
(burg made a talk on assisted Immi
gration- which he said was a bad thing
for tho Territory and that Immigrants
should bo llko those in the United
States who had th'clr own money to
pay their passages to tho country nnd
then got land and mado good citizens.
He also said' tliat somo plantations
paid' dividends of 100' per cent, nnd
If they should pay one per cent less
they could pay their laborers a dollar
and n half n day instead or less tnnn
Mr.' Trent mounted the platform
with a smllq and' looked down bo
nlgnly upon tlio auillenco while tho
strlnscd Instruments gave, him wel
come. Although tho greater part of
tho audience was made up of young
lmys and children Troril' did not .tell
his Hed Hiding Hood story to them
This was a disappointment' to tho old;
er people also who expected' to hear
some juvenllo stories from the lips
of the treasurer.
Trent confined himself to telling tho
people' that he was tho first treasuror
who had ever paid the faco value of
'warrants Issued for work for the city
'anil county, nnd thai- while, he was
paying face valuo tho school teachers
wnrU-lnff for the Territorial govern
ment were still Biibject to tho dls'
Tho speaker also staled that, all
Democrats In Office liad made good
,'nnd he hopqd they would all u0 ro
turned, Including himseir.
Charlie Hose mounted tho rostrum
and after a short address' In Hawaiian
told' tno people in iiKimn mat tue
'department which he represented' hail
miido good, quelling a rjt'o and strike
without bloodshed and', doing many
otlior things of Importance;
1 "I nm willing, to stand, on, my rec
ord," Bald ltose. "If I haven't made
good In your estimation you know
what you can do to mo, at the polls."
l'Villowliig Rose several other speak
ers' nddrcssed the audlcnco, nnd It, was
a lato hour when tho totclicg wore
finally, put, out, ' '-
nnrlnc tlio ovonlng scvorjil parties
of Republicans chugged, up 111 their
machines to View the flrewtirku and
Colonel McCarthy was proseni tor a
lone timo standing In tho background
nnd ' moodily chewing a cigar whllo
listening to tho spoakers and sUlil
up tno audience.
! , DQCTOlt. YOURSELF
when you feel a cold coming on by
taking u few dosos of 1'erry Davis'
Halnklllor. It Is better than Quinine
and safer. Tlie large B0o bottles ure
jtar"For Rent" cards on sal at
the Bulletin offlct,
Trent Tries, a Joker On the
; . , Kapaa '.liantj; Lease.
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. .'.There really was", a meeting of the
Land, IJorild yesterdjiy nftciimon but
no one knew anything nbbut' It until
Just before It happenod nnd then when
It did happen nothing amounting to
anything was done at all.
The Land Uoard these, days spends
most of Its time In arguments of lit
tle profit to the public generally and
not of much Interest even to tho mem
The real question yesterday was
the' Kapaa leases and Trent made a
motion that tjisy, be disposed of. This
was a' surprise to everyone as this
member has consistently sidestepped
the Issue on Kapaa for a long time.
When his motion was finally given
In dctnll It was to the cfTcct that the
lands' should 'be leased to Mufcee Sug
ar Company for a rental of J3.",000
yoarly without water. As the lands
would be worth nothing without wat
er nnd as the price with water at
which the government lmn been hold
ing them for'rentnl was $7,500, Trent's
motion was Immediately sat upon.
Andra.de amended by giving water
on the lands and then tried another
amendment to bring the injlco of rent
al down, i This Trent tfould not hear
of and withdrew his former motion,
leaving the mntter Just whero It has
stood for weeks.
Sale ot rftaklkl Valley lots was up
for discussion but that was all, no
action was taken. Land at Kaakala
was leased to Link McCandlcss for
pasturing, there being no other appli
cation for It
The freshman class ot Punahou
Is going on a picnic tomorrow. I'enrl
City will be enlivened by this merry
crowd. Miss Sheldon nnd Miss
Dodge ore tn be the chaperones. Ruth
Soper, Tholma, Murphy, Kdlson Hut
chinson, Harry' Denlson and Qllbert
Drown have been tho committee' re
sponsible for this outing,
What a pity It' is that more In
terest fa not maintained by the of
ficers and member's of the, humane
society, For so wrothy a cause It
has but little backing from local pco.
pie. Why not surprise the few faith
ful officers on Monday morning by
attending the o'clock meeting on
the roof garden T
Tomorrow evening Mr. and Mrs.
Kalko will bo host and hostess at n
large Informal supper fdr the officers
of the training ship nnd n largo
number of local Qefmans. The o'ffl-
cesr and men arc, being largely en
Dr. and Mrs., Hoffmann are practi
cally parked for their trip around
the world, which they Intend to take
at their leisure. Well, the sooner
they go means the, sooner, they will
be back, so good-bye to you both,
, Mrs, Jack Hawes Is expected home,
very shortly, much to the Joy, of her
very numerous friends in Hawaii
I Thirty persons- rwere wounded, In
conflicts between tho'' pollco and strik
ing excavators nt Cologne. One kj
llceman probably will die from his In
juries. "I will! never marry now," said the
rejected suitor. ".Why not, prayT
she asked. "If you won't marry wo,
,Who will!" lluffalo Kxpress.
A. Ayer's Clicrry PcctoraK
Q. How lonjjhasjt' been used?'
A. Seventy yearff,
Q. Do tloctors endorse It ?
A. If iotive wptlld no'trnakc ft.,
Q. Do you publish the formula?'
Ai Yes. Oncvcrybotrte;
A Not a single dropi
Q. How may I learn more of tills?
It Ask your doctor. He knows,
.Ayeif s Cteiy Pectoral-
ftvti U Ur, I.C, Ai.i t'Cfc, Lull. Mm., U.KIU
detrorert of uroDtrtr.
Rat and Roach Piste
a uto f xtermlnator of rat,
itntc, cock f one lit atij.all ter
mfjf. ltl rwiunfhrtn imxsm
It lltl lhm fVulnf (hhtAn
die. llou-ar tndilfligll. '
t .- fti ist.iirii.eo
bdruiruhtt cr tnt PrtpM
tV'(.llt lA tirm 7
ttiMi iftctrtt ririf C.. "tWti'ii, 10,
llcautliil. metal, nnd wood
en frames, In oval, round nnd
A most carefully-selected
nsSortmenC of niouldlugs that
wo mnko up Into frames that
will show your picture to tlio
best ndvanfage, '
Photo Supply Co:,
FORT, BELOW HOTEL
FILMS AND OAUEItAS
Gurrcy's, Ltd. ,
IN COPLEY PRINTS
PACIFIC PICTURE FRAMING CO.
1050 Nananu Street
TO CUREAC01D IN OHEDAY"
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine
Tablets. All druggists refund,
the money if it fails to cure.
E'. .W. Grove's signature is on
PARIS UCDIU1NS CO. St. Uui,,U, S. A.
WHEN YOU DRINK
you want to drink the best, inch its
CRESTA BLANCA and-INOLENOOR;
WINES. KINO WILLIAM- SCOTCH
WHISKEY, MUMM'S CHAMFAQNEi
which we carry. ' -
We also carry a full line of other,
Wines and Liquors, and deliver to
any part of the city.
MACFARLAtVE I. CO;,
Phone 2028 Queen
RaSA & CO,
Beers, Wines and
FAMILY TRADE GIVEN SPECIAL
DELIVERIES TO ALL' PARTS; OF
ROSA 4 C0.,
Alakea and Queen Streets'.
Manufactured from pure dlslllUd'wsl,
r. Delivered to any part of. city by
courteous drlvsrs. '
Oahu Ice & Electric Co.,
Kewalo Telephone 1128
For the Best SODAS, QIN0ER ALE
and. DISTILLED WATEBj telephone
Ryprof t's Fountain.
2jr cinio c'oi
ftl'Xounic IildK. ''
A Tantalum Electrtc
2: , - Grlobe
I"i.will reduce yonr- elootrio Ugkt
Ha& all the advantages o otkrV
globes, and it
TMTa-k-r'rtT'ia 1rAVk4- i
T-iY.-f jf,' -
nonunal monthly charge
Lindepenjlcnt concern iluLt'luts
Highest in Quality
streJ The fowanai.
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THIS WEEK ARE WHAT.
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