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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU T. II, SATURDAY, DEC. 3. 1910.
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You Can Take Any Position With Comfort '
il you arc wearing" "Sh'RIEY PniSiaENI" suspen
ders. No matter what the position is, the
Eliding cord in the back adjusts Itself to meet it.
arc so comfortable that you do not
(eel them. They do not daw nor
pull when bocjy is moved, as is the
case with rigid back suspenders.
Ailc roar dealer for ths" Shirley Ptet
ident' Sjipendir ths genuine hai
"Shiilri President" on the bucVte.
Erctj plr guaranteed. Amid Infeiiar Imitation:,
THE C. . EDGARION MFD. CO., Shirley. Mm., U. S
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(By Joseph R. Farrington.)
Electrical Chris mas
Decor alive Lamps
They will add lo the General spirit oj Christmas
festivity in the home. Come in and sec them1 be
fore purcliasinji decorative ornaments for the holi
Honolulu Electric Co.,
1187 A1AKEA, NEAR BERETANIA
Telephone 3093 II. S. MARTINEZ, Mnimr.cr
An Independent Concent Tliit Has Independent Pricc3
Ceorgo Austin or Norwny bus Intro-
duccd n now variety of hen, Tlio lint-' I'annlo M. Wood says Hint If vnung
tctciip. from LNiston, .M.I. Ho 1ms ten J'" ,Ic(fl, "" lo,"5 "'""J"1 "tcr
. , . , tl'py will dilulc too miicli when they ,
pullets of this rcnmrlclilo brood, ,jOKct t; Klttomo vcry kcy (0I
which ho 8as lias n round of 300 havo nick chicks. Water should bo
eggs a year. "For production of egga kept before them nil tho tlmo. A
Hiiro Is no other breed that tout lies Blinllow pnli cocrcd with n light
them," tays Mr. Austin. "Leghorns, board tilled full of auger holes Is n
Hamburg, Wynndottes and ccn good way to glvo them wntcr so they
Ithodo Island lteds nro not ciiual to can drink without getting wet.
them, both for their lnylng mialltlos
and tho fact that they nro non-setters At this time of tho yenr thcru nro
and lay largo pure wlilto eggs." Han- n grcnt many failures mailo In hand-
gor Commercial. Hug pullets. Tho common practice is
. to so feed as to Induco enrly, egg pro-
To get tho best results wo must ilitctlon, but there could not bo n great-
cnuso them to consume Inrgo quantl- er mistake made, says Archlo 13. Van-
tics of food, food Hint Is palatnblo dervort, in I'oultry .Monthly. Tho Inn-
'mid hIho easily digested. The man cler who is depending upon pullets to
that weighs out his rations on n pnlr supply eggs for hatching purposes, to
of postal scales Is not apt to hno lar- produce another season, will make no'
gcr scales to weigh his eggs on. They eiic.1i mlstnkc. Ho realizes that he is Ltd.; Ilolllnter Drug Co.. Ltd
must hnvo nil they can eat, nnd their handling breeders; that ho must bring Chambers Hiug Co., Ltd.; Illlo IV'IS
appetites kept whetted' up sharp at all them to maturity In body mid frame; Co.; and t til Wholwnlt. Liquor
tlnies with something spicy. A little that tho breeding pullet nuiEt bo so OkIt
salt nnd pepper and such vegetables handled nnd led that slio will becomo j
.lis potatoes, turnips, beets nnd carrotB, n hen fully deelopcd as to bIzc, form
thoroughly cooked; In fact, mo tiling nnd vigor.
Hint tickles their pnlntcs. There Is a great deal written nnd
A drllruto morsel tickles their pal- said In favor of early maturity. In my
ntcs nnd makes the saliva flow and cxpciieiico I II ml that pullets that!
mixes with the food nnd this aids ill- havo mntuied mors grnditnlly and al-
' gectlon. Nobody for n nionicnt rptes- lowed to gain full slzo and strength of
tlons but Hint such flavoring nnd sea- bono nnd body nnd full pluningo be-
soiling serves n moat beneficial pur- fore they begin to lay, will matcu bet-
tinrn with tttn hiintnii Riwrli.n All ti;r l.ivrrn nml hn rrlpi-K tbmi If llmv
fowls havo theso glnndn In their nro fed so strongly ns to begin laving S)0rtill() MCII Of El)l)irC State
Tlie fact that Hostetter'f
Stomach Bitters has helped
thousands of sickly people
back to health during the
past 57 years should con
vince you that it is the med
icine you need for Indices
tion, Stomach Ills, Malaria,
Fever and Ague.
For salo by Dsnnnn, Smith ft Co.,
MAY LIFT LIO
mouths for thu cocretlng of the snllvn before they me fully matured nnd be
and llin lulling of the nnlin with Its foic sho hns her full growth of body,
food Is ns necessary to digestion ns bono nnd plumage. Those who under-
In tho case of man stnud feed, bono nnd body-forming
Fowls, In order to bo profitable to foods, that will grow slzo. strength,
their owner, must bo nlwavs In con- and feather rather than to Induco too
tl 1 1 Ion . Their nppctitcs must bo nl- early nn egg production.
Hope That Legislature Will
was good. They must bo nblo
eonrumo Inrgo rpianllllrs of food.
And now wo nrrlvo at tho point
A wheru wo must decldo upon tho food
When tho next Now York State Leg
islature convenes at Albany n bill will
bo Introduced legalizing public boxing
exhibits of a limited number of rounds
before Incorporated titlilcllc clubs.
Sporting eutliuslns(s In New York as-
sxsz22sa33smaRa i m mmwa
IU A l rn TT1 4 l" I V tti L d-k WTr
E vviicii .yuLL minis, yuu. j.avc
nnrl'llli twirl I JIM nf I lii titA finnaiunnil trllltttl tf Ilirt frwittt tvti lull li'lll rrlin try
" lltff t cf.lin1irtp1im pninli Ail niitriii.
It always a sustaining ration, Thnt Is, tho pullcts,all that Is required by tho , , , , , ,,
r. .. ... ..... ,r ,. ,..., . ,..i ..L, ... . ;.-..- anccs "' n B"""B I'ncklng for tho
il h"' o i mini. i, ii iiiu inu ill tuv II, n .. hn'-iiih oii,-i ill iiiu iiiuniii ui uunu.
Tho food eonsunied over and above mimchy flr'j't festherjand blood. At
flirt Dliutnllllxn -,..l. tu .t.n fnn.1 ...... thi li Mi'.tl Af-.tlt llin .Inhlvnliln ... f.n
, ,, . , j , ., J .!,, r. , , ,,- , eludes n novel clause, providing for a
returns tho profit. Tho inoro food i sfich Btockr ktands oats and whent. !..,, , , . ,
I , ,,,..ii, . , .i , ., V .i , i , , Stnto boxing commission to bo com-
'coiiEiimed. provided It Is digested nnd find Hint no other grain food Is so rich , , ., . . . , ,
.,.,,,. . ., .,.,!--. , ., ., posed of thrco members appointed by
assimilated, tho greater tho profit. In bono and inuscicmAklnR properties ' vrnp ,., ' wlI1 . '
There Is little danger of overfeeding ns theso. Theso grains nro ns ncccs
Invlng Block. I Bnry to tho fanciers' stock as Is tho
Providing they have room for plcn- milk for n young calf. As n scratch
I V mF nvfirrlon c1f1i na n rlnnn llflnt t 1 frrit lltnf nfn linllaiiiiti aI til Kitt it I line
..I. . .,.,.,,,., i pay high fees for licenses, probably
scratch In, n hen that Is physically foods aro nfceessary, as wo must Blip- ' , , ,,
. .I. i - - in . . I i i, 'j! , r, . . . . 11,000 'per club annually, with a per-
built for laying w 111 seldom get too p y nil needs. So I feed corn for , , , .... .. . .
flesh-producing purposes, nnd for tho . , , ,, ., .,
, ii ' , , ,,. ns n Stato tax, tho entire money thus
Other grnlns,' as rjc, buckwheat, mil
let, etc., mako good feeds with tho
others. Danger Commercial
mensuro and bcllovo thnt It will pass.
Tho bill as tentatively drawn up In-
tho Governor, whoso duties will In-
cludo the Issuing of licenses to clubs
of recognized stability. Tho framera
of tho bill bellevo that clubs should
Pay ka Hena
F. L". WALDRON,
fat. I havo kept 20 hens under biicIi
'conditions in a building 12x10 feet,
(and hnd a 75- to 80-per-ccnt. egg yield
through the coldest months of tho
)enr, by feeding tho Malno Kxperl
ment Station ration with plenty of
green food and grata scnttcrcd in tho
litter, consisting of wheat, oats 'and 1
on extremely cold nights some crnck
ed corn, with charcoal, oyster shells
and grit before them at all times. I
would not advocato tho use of tho
.Maine Experiment Stntlon ration for
birds kept for beccdors, ns It Is a lit
tle too forcing, nnd they should not
ho forced too hard to Insuro n largo
per cent, of fertility, but for laying
stock I say, season their food to mako
it appetizing nnd keep them healthy
and watch results. Frank II. King.
Trumnnsburg, N. Y., In American
A good exhibition bird Is one of
"balanced quality" nnd not ono which
Is strong In. certain points and weak
It Isn't the old exhibitor who nlways
wins tho bluo ribbons. '
1 1 IPS
' Exc optional
$1.50 to $2.50
Premium Ticket Given for Cash
AMERICAN BROKERAGE CO, Ltd.
93-95 King Street
Perches should not bo over two feet
high, but bo on n level, to prevent tho
unusual crowding toward the highest,
and tho llrst perch bo nt least ten
Inches from the wall, tho great hiding
plnco of parasites. Roosts must bo
18 or 20 Inches apart. Greater crowd
ing will dlsflguro somo talis and causo
birds to soil eaih other,
A good dry mash for ducks Is com
posed of ono part of common!, two
paits of wheat bran, and one part
Let pcoplo who havo an abundance
nf cash buy and experiment with thu
now and uxpoiihlvo. breeds. With them
It Is simply a fad and they want spmo-i
thing now or odd. Hut tho person
who must mako tho fowls pay their
own way, and pi oil t besides, should
stick to tho breeds that aro well
known nnd stand high ns market
Soccer and Tennis Planned By
Boys and Girls at
McKinloy High Is Eti Iking Its
strldo In athletics, tho fever for dlf
rcnllzed to ho returned over to tho
Stnto's charitable Institutions. Tho
committee will also grant a permit for
each contest nod will hnvu tho power
to prevent battles that might bo term-
cd "prlzo fights" because of the noto
riety of tho pugilists.
Tho bill, as drawn up by tho boxing
men, limits tho length of ench contest
to 20 rounds of three minutes each, '
with a compulsory rulo that referees i
njust prevent knockouts at all hazards, j
Clubs that permit open betting on
bouts will forfeit their licenses, which
may also ho revoked by tho commis
sion for any other breach of tho rules.
UOSTC-N, Nov. 15. Although Joo
bout at tho Armory AJA.'' tonight, ho
did not box, giving ns nn oxcuso that
ho sprained his hand against Ulack
forent forms of sport seeming to bo Jeahnctto was advertised for tho main
running a violent course Just nt prcs
MM... fhnllrlrla t.n c.1. ... 1. 1 1 1 Innn. .1(1.
milted to, tho school athletic attocla- B, " W Jork' 1"? ."V ft
Hon, tho hoys plannlnic a scorer s cai ' Jlm ,f taM V? c T
team, and n tennis tournament, In. M. mot m Barryf .' I'.
full swing, all within a few days. I. It vvas a slaugh er and all 1 arry s
there Is 'certainly something doing ,'waX nf,?r ,ho 8,x,t-11 fo"'"1' Stownrt
nt McKinloy HIl 110t "L10" ""Mofcnso In tho Inst
Tho starting of tho soccer was ' "fs- "b1V! ,0k n,"
first talked of after tho Kama had , ful wlial B' H" hd U.q wopt only
won tho hnmplnnbhip In tho gram'
mar school lcaguo, and now tho Mc
Klulcy fellows want to gut togcthor
one eyo from tho eighth round on, nnd
nt tho finish was so nearly blinded,
with both ejes closed, that his seconds
a team to go up against tho Katun, wcro ohna ,0 Ic'ad lllm ,0 ll,s cor
. . i i.. ax.- i ...i.ti. Mier..
UllU UlllCr U-'illllB Ul III" ll'ilKUU WUIUU.
h'ns Juit finished Its scabon. "arry tried hard, but could not put
Tho follows think that they can 0,11t81t,?Wart; who EnY rumarlta,)1
do Bomothlng to tho tcaiu of tlio oxMbltlon or BtunonoBS. Harry scored
league although there Is not a ful, a climn knockdown In tho ninth round
team at tho school which has played " Punched Sowar at will In tho
the game before. Iast tl,rco romiB- Tl, hmi wcnt 12
I'romrslng matfcrlnl Is on hand nnd rounds.
It Ib Intended tn dovclop u team thnt " r-.r-u-ruT Jn i en
will mako tho veterans sit up and FIGHTING killed.
U,T0iop"rospectlvo High School lino- -MRJII'ms, Ttnn'.-Aftor mora ilinn
up Is: .''Marcus Monsarrnt, C. Pyer. ycar'1" wlllc UUs.cIalmed several
'''v,,i . ...... . .... ....
James Aylett, G. Carter, Lcstor' Proraoicrs wero iryms co rovivo wio
Marks. Sing Hung. .Johnny Milnorny "x'i'B Ka"10 under" 'favorablo laws
Foo Kuu, Khnrn Yin. Hoon Kl, Hoon pnssen y mo j.ogisiacure, promoiers
I Chong and George Awal. jlinvo thrown tho sponge In tho ring
When it mines to tennis both tho nnu mo nem is entirely nuanuoncu,
boys nnd girls nro going Into that for tho tlmo belpp at leastj
nnH... .....I ....... Ii.in.i.i ... ..!.:. n it ll.nl Kitu,.lt .. J.,iin l.tliB unrii nlinrlir.
Willi 11 II f Ml II "I H'llHW .Will IIIHI IIHKIII1 KU Mll Ull HI" I ... m uwv.. t.,t.u,...wU .....-
William null or .Michigan says: l( BK0a .,,eforo Christinas, and have ed under thd new law tho moment
nixed doubles right nftcr that date. Governor Patterson" signed tho bill.
I.ator In the yoar the btralght bn)s' All havo lost money, according to
doubles will bo their claims, and they blnmo tho JeN
I fries-Johnson light for lack of patro-
' ' , nago, claiming that general belief In
One-round Hogan will blossom out tj0 Solltll wnR tlint neno wng colS.
as a full-fledged 20-round performer on ,,,oodeili mo,,py.maitlnB schorao. and
tho afternoon of Dec, '17 nfeanstshls ot a real natcli."
one-tlmo pnl nnd now nntagoulst, This leaves Now Orleans practically
Johnny Krnyne. This mntch was , ,)OSsea8,on or tho Southern light
made last week by Promoter Louis nij
Realtor ashes In tho heii-houso very
thoroughly. I tako n pan of ashes with
mo when I feed tho hens, and upon
cnenlng the door glvo tho nshes a
whirl toward tho top of tho inside of
tho heii-house, so thnt tho air may bo
Impregnated with ashes. It certainly
aids In keeping nway heiiMlco.
j Poultry In Honolulu, ns In oilier
places In the tioplcs, aro subject to
, many poultry dlsenscs. All diseases
that aro found In tho tcmpointo zone
nre found In thn tropics, beside manv
Illot. Tho boys nro to box at 133
pounds, at 11 o clock In tho morning, I inter-Island and O. II. &. L. Shipping
and ths referee will bo named 10-daysj IkvUr for salo at tho Itullotln
beforci 'tho bout, ' .idlon BOii enrll
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