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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H., FRIDAY, JAN. 19, 1912.
ADVANCED STYLES, and
Central Union Church Creed
Discussion After Lenten
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Food Commissioner Taking
Averages From the Cow
to the Can.
A sample of tlio milk from every
tow In tlio city and county of Hono
lulu lit to bo analyzed by Food Com
mlssloncr Kdward II. Illamliard unci
tin- results published In hU annual re
port for tlio current year. This Is to
bo done In order to try and arrive at
ii fair nvurage for the milk that la
mipllcd to HonoUihu
lllauihnrd's idea Is that a sample
shall b taken from each cow ' Hit
dairy and the milk thus collected put
In u can and well shaken up. An
nnalysls of this will then bo taken and
(he result multiplied by tlio number
of rows in the dairies. This method
of procedure wilt bo carried out In
tonnectloii with every dairy (omlns
Under the jtirlsdlttlon of tlio depart
ment. When the total results aro ol-
tallied then the figures will bo added
nil and divided by tlio number of
cows. This Illnnthurd thinks will In
the fairest average that It Is posallil"
llelow Is a list of the resultR of
.nnitlysls of milk sample. taken from
the Honolulu dairies during the monlli
of December. Most of the milk shows
away above the required test which Is
tnrec per cent ror me city ami loiiuty
and 2.f, for the Territory. The com
ments show what has boon doucvthcic
the milk was low.
The Btntidlni; for the month eliding:
December 31 Is as follows:
Name. Sp. Or. Tat. Solids
Kapiihiilu Dairy ....31.4
S. NobrlKii lill.O
Frank Wulp 33.0
K Corroa, II. D. A. ..32.4
V. Correii, 11. I). A. ..31.2
H. Illrotu 31.1
T. K. Farm 32.0
Jrs. C. M. Whlto ....31.2
Fr. Mcdclroi J0.2
.1. M. Whitney , 31.4
Mrs. W. 15. Wall ....32.1!
1'. M. I'oud 32.0
Fr. Andrado 2S.2
II. K. CiMiper '..31.8
It. Compos 23.0
tit. CouipoH 22.1
'It. Compos 2G2
A. Tawiires 29.4
Kiip'cna ...;......... 30.C
V.'. Homes (II. I). A.). 21.2
We know of no other medicine which lias been sp suc
cessful in relieving the suffering of women, or secured so
many genuine testimonials, as has Lydia E. Pinkham's
In almost every community you will find women who
have been restored to health by Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg
etable Compound. Almost every woman you meet has
either been benefited by it, or knows some one. who has.
In the Pinkham Laboratory at Lynn, Mass., are files con
taining over one million one hundred thousand letters from
women seeking health, in which many openly state over
their own signatures that they have regained their health by
taking Lydia E. Pinkluini's Vegetable Compound.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound has saved
many women from surgical operations.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is made ex
clusively from roots and herbs, and is perfectly harmless.
The reason why it is so successful is because it contains
ingredients which act directly upon the female organism,
restoring it to healthy and normal activity.
Thousands of unsolicited and genuine testimonials such
as the following prove the efficiency of this simple remedy.
Column, Wisconsin. 'For three years I vtns
troubled Midi feiimlo weakness, Irregularities,
li.iokai'lio and bearing down pains. I kuwiiii ad
vertisement of Lydia ii. 1'liikliain's VcKctulilo
Compound ami decided ( try It. After taklnir
several bottles I found It was helping ine, and I
must say that I am perfectly well now and can
nut thank you enough for what I.jdlu K. Plnk
liar.i's Vegetables Compound lias done for inc."
-3lrs. John mntliu-ul,lt. V. I)., 'o.U,Box OO,
Women who are suffering from those dis
tressing ills peculiar to their sex should not lose sight of
these facts or doubt the ability of Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg
etable Compound to restore their health.
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According to information elvcii tin
Ilullet III, tin; elettlon of Dr IMl.li
lock to Bllcteed Hon. I' C Junes a
demon mid a member of the Handing
(oinmlttie of Central L'nlon ihiirh. la
n very strong Indication that the
strictly orthodox tenets of the ihunli
will be upheld.
Dr. Hitchcock has taken much In
terest In thn moVe of tliurc li bodies
from Congregationalism to I'liltarlan
Ism. He was In the thhk of It when
living In Massachusetts win re 1'tilli
rianlsin made Its first ndaiue uml
gained Its strongest bold He Is en
dlted with being slrniiuly nilhodoc
linvlng made a vigorous thoiiL.li to- lug
fight during ids membership In east
The llullotln Is nlso liiformed
that by roiiimon consent the matter of
the revision of the cried or imutltii
Hon of the (liurili has been postponed
until after the laymen'H evnncclicnl
meetings that are to lie held during
tin- season of I.enl.
After that It Is possible that th.
pastor may pi cadi his proposed ser
moil mi the iiucstlou and bring tin
Issue before the diilich Itody It Is re
ported that many lettirs are helm
sent out to quietly canvass the wuti
meiit of the member.) of the cliunli
Thorn, (Imivela . .
Wuialiio Hunch ..
Walalao Hunch ..
Mrs. Isenberg ....
(.'has. llelllna ....
II. I). A. (JIKoil)
.1. I.. 1'. Itohlnsou
Mo.innlua ltancli .
Miss Davison ....
W. 12. Miles
Antoulu 1'ircK ...
91.. I. feminities'.
Jos. Mendniica . . ,
SSent to Olllcu ...
Sent to Olllco ....
. ,30 fi
Total . ...U.-..M. '
tWnlercd. Arrested, lined $10.00,
t.MlIk not cooled. Arrested and sen
Sllclnw Btnndnrd In fat and solids,
(Continued from Fane 1)
In the iiunriel that followed, the boy
was torn away from bis captor by the
sailors and mado god his ciaue.
Midshipman llogusli was in diarge
of 111 c licet patrol at police headquar
ters when one of the patrols brought
Urabbe In, the liquor iirspcitor hav
ing volunteered to po nloug llogush
oidered Crabbo to remoo the uiilforni
in iiuir an nour ami craime uui so. i
OIne of tlio fleet patrol olllters this
morning declared that If he had been I
In diurgn last night, ho would hnvot
taken Crabbo to tlio ship. On the other!
hand, coiislderablo Indignation Is ex-'
pressed locally at the' summary way;
to which Crabbe jva? treated,, partlcu '
lnrly as doubt cxlsts'whether there Isi
any law to prevent thq wearing of the
uniform by a civilian.
In speaking tlio matter. C'rahha
paid this morning tliat, lie lihd been'
Inslr.iHtcd by his superior, f.liiiior In
K A. men incluue all th
siPilin styie' fabr,cc'
HE CLARION is easily the
pace-maker. Our suits for
men include all that is correct
, and is the best assortment of
'P high-class distinctively-styled
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i'j& clothing ever shown in Ilono-
Our NECKWEAR showing is a won
der. It is made up of the very newest
and most beautiful patterns in tics
thousands of the i 50c, $1.00, $1 .50
and up. They aren't ties of the usual
sort. There's more style, greater beauty
and better value in every one of them
than have heretofore' been ofTercd. The
styles are right in every case, quality is
above question, and prices are reasonable.
CORNER FORT AND HOTEL STS.
We Carry a Full Line of
Domestic and Foreign Wines and
The Best In . ,
Macfarlane Co., Ltd.
P.O. Box 488 RE-ESTABLISHED Phone 2026
spcilor W P. Kennel), now on a leave
of absence to usn ,tlu uniform In uise
of necessity. Crabbo argued that lie
knew that there was u blind T.!g at
Iwllel, and In order to uinUp a sue-
esiifiii lulil, he wore the nuvn" mil
form. The result was that ho caught
tlio man but lost him iigitlu' Cruhh"
Milled fmtlicr that ho Killed on As
sistant Dlstrht Attorney Hitting to
nsiert'jln the law regarding tlio me
of the uniform.
The Illicit seller of l'tpior Is to lio
nirci-tcd on n warrant surn to by
iti::is t i:ai kins in: veil
TWO TIMU'SA.MI M Villi
I'lly and t'ouuly t'leik Kalauokalaiil
was able til lipoid the two tlioils.iliiltli
II.1IUO In the tlre.it Keglkler jesterd.iy
and this morning thn reglvl rations
leuehed a total uf -0S names
While the priiKKWs of this work Is
dlsttessliiKly slow, tlio olllcl.ils In
cii.irj;o, licj)i'('..l)int with the new year
it lurr.or nuinber of voteis will r,et In
line for enrollment
Don't stmt niivthliu;; there' no
Iiik what ur iipponent has o
AT THE ORPHEUM
MONDAY, JANUARY 22
ILLUSIONIST and WONDER-WORKER
In Limited Engagement (Touring tlio Woi'ld)
MONDAY, January 22d, at ORPHEUM
Popular Prices Box Office Now Open
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