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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, APR. 30, 1912.
for Infants and Children.
Physicians Prescribe Castoria.
ABTOKM has met with pronounced favor on tlio part of physicians,
v pharmaceutical societies and medical authorities It Is Used by physician
with results most gratifying. Tho extended uso of Castoria Is unquestionably tlio
result of three factst lit, Tho hldisputablo evidence that It Is harmless ; ami,
That it not only nllays stomach pains and quiets the nerves, but assimilates tho
food; !lr1. It is an agreeable and perfectsubstituteforcastorotl. It Is absolutely
safe. It does not contain any opium, morphine, or other narcotic and docs not
6lupcfy. It is unlike Soothing Syrups, Ilalcman's Drops, Godfrey's Cordial, etc.
This is a good deal for a medical journal to say. Our duty, however, Is tqoxKne
danger and record tlio means of advancing health. Tho day for poisoning inno
tcnt children through greed or Ignoranco ought to end. To our knowledge, Cas
toria Is a remedy which produces composure, and health, by regulating the
Ostein not by stupefylug It and our readers are entitled to tlio information.
Hull t Journal of Health,
iourca,ioriannui nrst in lt cliff lu my
lUrlf years of pracltca 1 on aay I nertr lial e louud
lUjlUbi; tbat to filled tho place.'
WlLLUM DlLKOHT, II. I).,
' I rtave-rjsrd jour Cantorla In the eaieof my own
tal.j ami find It plcaaant to takr, anil hare olitaluiil
rtitlk'ol reaalta from lt we."
8. A. Ucciukik, M. D.,
' l'tilliulclplila, Tav.
I lalre rJtasnro In recommending yoor Caatorfi,
bating recommended Its lino lo ninny hmtaneca, and
coii.ld.r It the beat lasau.u tnat could be used.
If pedal for children."
NaTiiiKict. K. King, M. D., St. Louis, Mo,
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria.
In Use For Over 30 Years.
AH-kBVn W"fc Wf emtlOI. "l llOIIUIllltl III I
Ml It llaV"K I'omiiiUtro on I'aiks
IB I I B 1 1 1 I 1'u,,lu Wo,,,, r,,r ,l,e i'
UUU a Ull 1 r.Iilui lug wub mill moan
nnoso water garden tn bo known as
Tho Sabbatl, sho,,,,. bo a day n.led XtlSSL lnt
with activity to Bhlpplngmcn at San nciiulred for this purpose by the Ked
riatiolsoo should tho mooted change In'cratluii throiiKh gift and purchase
I'udllc Mall steamship schedules ob-lTllu '"ct'tlng will he held at the Hall
lata. predicted by tho arrival of iStAT,,
llroiti In tbo Tnyo Klsen KnlHba liner and at 7:ii) o'clock.
Tony.. Muni at Honolulu this morning., The I'.telllc Kng'liieerliig Company
Aevoidlng Iti the story Hint has liven Ims been awarded tlio coiitruct for tho
going tbo iminils hi Coast waterfront Hxcelalur building, at the corner of
Iroles, bcKlnnliiR with tlio nrrivnl of Chaplain I.ano and Kurt street, to bo
tho Pnclllc Mnll liner Persia, the now built by C. M. Cooke, Mil., the cost
schedule of the trans-I'nctllc liners will being $ao,000.
go Into effect regarding nrrlvals. With .
tbo ilepartttro of the samo ship for tho' Tho Armored cruiser Maryland will
Orient tho new schedule of sailings have target practice ull by itself tills
will go Into effect. Tho liners will ear. Tbo warship is at San Diego
hereafter bo duo at San Prnncisco and will go on the range, about 20
from tho Tar Kast on Mondays and miles soutlt of San Diego and well oft
will sail on either Saturdays or Krl- shore Tho practice will be curried
days. This means that If the Korea on night anil thiy for live days. Under
sustains her regular speed sho would the system for Improving tlio etll
nrrho on Sunday. If this should proo elency of the navy marksmen, Inaug.
tho case it will mako tho first arrival united after tlio wur with Spain, the
of ono of theso liners on n Sunday for tests on the record practice tatige nro
soma years. According to tho now mndo more illlllcult ecry year. This
schedule, It Is probablo that this will jrar the feature of tho shooting will
l,o tho case In the future. , be an Incroaso in tlio distance of the
Nino cabin passengers left the Ton- targets. Thuro will bo shooting with
vo Mnru upon nrrivnl of that vessel at the eight Inch guns day and night,
llaekfeld wharf this morning. Tho mid the Maryland, traveling at hill
through list of passengers en route to speed, will huio to It ml nnd smash
the sovoral Asiatic ports Included 110, targets fiom seven to nine miles dls
(iililn, (X second class and 219 Asiatic taut,
steerage passengers, I Two years ngo tho Maryland made
In tho hold tho liner carries fiuOO n record so good that thero was not n
Hum freight, a portion of which will bo'Rtar ship In the navy. Star ships are
discharged nt Manila. those whoso elllclency, as denion-
l'ursor (Jiasset roports a flno trip Btrated on the range, la-within n cor
dottii from San Kranclsco. Tho Tenyo tain percentage of Hint of Hit) ship
Is carrying a llvo bunch of travelers making tho highest score. None of
Includhlg a number of commerclalmcn tho other ships came within hailing
nnd tca-bujors. distunco of the Maryland. Credit for
There Is also traollng to tbo Kast the Maryland's unique record was
a delegation of missionaries, school- gCn to Lieutenant Commuudor Mof
teachors and department dorks who fett, who now has charge of this light
will tnko up servlco with the paternal house district, but who then was ex
riilllpplne Insular government. ccutho ottlccr of tho Maryland
Cnptaln Hubbard and Major Oticrif Lieutenant I). (1. Darthalow, In
soy ate lottitnlng to tho Hilllpplno cap- thargo of tho branch hydrographlc of
llul to take station. The former Is n lice, bus been ordeieil to tho Maryland
naval ollleer and tho latter in .irmy to witness the target practice. Ho
man will bo accompanied by two olllcers of
Mall amounting to 3G4 sacks was tho stato mllltla, who will be expected
left hero with tho arrival of tho vessel, to Impart to their brother olllcers
The Tenyo Is to take on 00 tons oil such knowledge as they may absorb
before departure for tho I'ar Jhist at Horn their observations or it real war
r. o'clock this oveulng. ship In action.
$.35 SCALLOPED EDGE SQUARES, 30", at . .
.50 H. S. and LACE INSERTION SQUARES, 30", at
.GO H. S. and LACE INSCRTION SQUARES, 30", at
.75 H. S. and LACE INSERTION SQUARES, SO", at
1.00 H. S. and LACE INSERTION SQUARES, 32", at
1.25 H. S. and FRILLED SQUARES, 32", at
1X0 FILET NET INSERTION SQUARES, 32", at
. 4lti$&tiitii- ttitr 'utofilailLrA..J.ryltl.
y -S?" a " " Bunrnnlcc centilno
I hive nied yonr Castoria and found It an
extelltnt remmly in my houpehotd and 'private
practice fur many ycart. The formula la excellent."
11. J. Tirr, M.I,
llrooklyn, If. Y.
"1 find your Cutorla to be a standard family
remedy. It la the beet thing for Infants and chil
dren 1 Lave tver known atid I recommend u."
K. K. Kxtuorl, 31 I).,
"Having daring tbo put il t yean prescribed your
Ca.torla for tufantile ptomacl. disorder', 1 moat
heartily commend Ita uec. The formula contains
notblog dilttuloua to tho moot delicate of children."
J. 11. Lluott, II. I)., New York City,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
j A mooting lias been culled by the
'cocutlio fumnllttPi) of tlio Ohio Fed
eration of Iliinolulu at the rciiest of
1(h, streets iiml
urposo of con
ns fur the do-
Ivelopiuent mid inuliiteiiuncu nf a lap-
Wednesday , May 1st
Battenberg and Irish Point Scarfs, Squares, Center Pieces
Pillow Shams and Doylies-AT HALF PRICE.
SACHS9 DRV GOODS CO., Ltd
NEWS ALONG THE WATERFRONT
KiiiIiiii of Cmtitlr l.nwx Charged.
Seattle business organizations In
cluding the Chamber of Coinmerce
( oninilttee on .National Affairs, has
presented a report for adoption rec
ommending that an amendment be
nuiilc by Congress to tho coastwlso
shipping laws. The report alleges
that the settled policy of the United
States government to forbid foreign
ships to trade between 1'nlted Stntefl
ports Is being einded lu commerce be
tween Pacific roast ports nnd Alaska,
nnd says: '"A foiclgti company puts
on u line or steamers from Seattle,
Portland or San rrnnelseo to Victoria
or Vnneotivor Ther a close connec
tion Is made with a steamship of the
samo company for a port lu Alaska,
thi'3 giving practically a continuous
service. The business originating In
Alaska Is handled the same way This
ort of foreign competition Is against
public policy and Is unfair mid uti
rrpial. In 1891 the navigation laws
wcie amended so as to pi event eva
sion of this kind In tlio carrying of
f i eight, but, unforttinatuly, the net did
not cover the case of transportation
or passengers. To remedy this de
fect an Att was passed in 1S98 provid
ing that' no foreign vessel shall trade
between ports or places In the United
States, either directly or by way of n
foreign port The courts., however,
held that this iiiiiendment docs not
test the ruse of n foreign steamship
cnmp.iny cnrrylng passengers from
Seattle to Victoria, tor example, and
theie transferilng them to another
foreign steamship of tho same line go
ing to a port lu Alaska, however close
the connection may be."
Dangerous Derelict Is Sought.
At Intervals during the Inst two
months, savs tho Sail rrnutlsco Kx
nmlner, shlpnuisteis have reported
that n four-masted schooner, which
turned tuttlo olT tho mouth or tho Co
lumbia river. Is floating aimlessly
about tho Pacific and a serious menace
to navigation. Since tho middle of
February at least a dozen vessels havo
reported sighting tho derelict, which imcoiublimtlon np.earod "Nihil Schedig
slowly drifting southward. ' Atatt, which operators b.dlevo;
A m , r . . ' llllllit hnvn boon ni.,,,,1,.,1 f.. ,,..
i.-p.iii niuuu u iuw iiujh iiko y
r,A...ni.. it.,..,..., ..r .,. .
.uuuii iiinii m iiio Hifiiiu scuoonor,
vvnsmuginii iiinicaics mat tlio derelict1
Ik drifting ncross the track of thoi
coastwise liners and that steamers car-
ena-iinine uneiH nun iiini sienmcrs car-.
rylng htindrcils of passengers between,
here nud Paget S.oiind nnd tho Colum-
bin rlr. rn In ..nislnor ihni'np nu n
Shlpplngmeii nro prcpnriiiK to iilo n'
complaint with tho chief of the reve
nue cuttor'servlce and demand that a
vessel bo despatched to destroy tho
.. . .1
11 is snui tnai iiuring tlio history oil""' "' " 'imi uie came snip
Hie revenue cutter servlco on tho Pa-""
cite not n s 111: o derelict lins boon ihi .
stroyed, although that Is supposed to
bo ono branch of the department's du
ties. During tho last oor several hulkt
and derelicts menacing navigation on
the Atlantic have been destroyed hyj
tho Government nnd tho danger to ves
sels greatly obviated.
Auxiliary Galling Ship."
The auxiliary five-masted hark Ln
Prance, launched last November at
llotdcaux by. the Chantlcrs do la 01
londe, for tho Now Caledonia oro
trade. Is tho largest sailing ship now
nlloat. Her owners nro 'Messrs. II.
Prentout. Lchlnnd & K. Leroux, Hon
on. Sho will bo propelled, in addition
to her snils, by two Schncldcr-Carcls
Diesel motors of 900-h.h.p. each, capa
ble of giving tbo ship a speed of 10
krfbts without tho uso of sails. Tho
dimensions of tho La Franco nro us
follows: Longth b.p.. 390 feet r. Inch
es; breadth molded, li" feet 3 Inches;
displacement, fully loaded, 10,730
tons. The gross register tonnage Is
(J.'iOO tons. The vcssol's sail area Is
, -7 ... n....,...t ,o ......... ., ,1,111m ufcui no,, niiien iciiiis i He a use lice or ilelliii to iiifor lllll t inn n
about iSOO square yards. A double lo the belief that a number of the bod- gai-dlng the it port printed tint t'hi, r
bottom Is provided throughout for car-iies tccovered tiro members of the crew.ifHiiKincer Saminls or tin- Mart oil w in
lying water ballast, nnd a fore-peak , less o. , had cnnimiinlented will,
aim id uiu uiieu 10 ensure Biuncicnij
stability when the vessel Is without
cargo. It is reported that tho La
... . " ioi.it in-
,2 tLlAAl.W.J .'.,J .... l.l.a. -
noti or years ror tho New Calldonla -" Hands of Nevada. ., t i.. i " . . . :i" "":..." ?.".'. '".'"" "''. '" '"uuieu i, in. Uiand Jury
ore trade. Tho vessel will bo heavily- I'lve hundred employes of the mal- 'f ,h senate committee inivs hr i iu- I u Vi J . n , '"a "T'nlin the tu-e then t ,ke to Pcdoral
rigged, and mechanical power will lo leul.le Ir.ui loundry ,,t Ilninford, cnn . ' the vvr.c'k f tl T link- s .Id u Tul v, ' r-",9, KW1' l"1"'1
cmplocd for hoisting the mnsslvo are Idle .,, the result of a strike of 100 ."ill's co,re,po,e,ltKh, ' I ' V "l"m1"r ', ""?'. "" ,
ynids. It l estimated that when .!nn,,.,.l.rs and Injectors for an In-' -, JntoMlZL ..',, a ,1 'itr'no,,1". ' in,, "'nr arhnn-i '
dor a good press of canvas, and with create n, p.,v .thing co,,,d bo true ir is. h.,v..-. " n. v a ?, , leasu.o Trh o lo Tfl PIIRF & mi I. IU (WTtV
h9r twin engines going, the big Hie- a-a tin, will be tl,.,- n.atltr for the )r i,d He stato.l H , i JV lUHt A l'ULU I" UNt DAT
master w 11 bo able to reel off aomo 17 llru.. . I. t , no, Sel In the rlnir. .'o,,iee ... Ives.ig,e , , , , Tin". s m o ,f he he's i Tnke L-ative Bromo Quinino
P og ess hrorug "thevator1 's.mah,' "" '"r " """-'v 1 i.l.la.s r Mart.,,,, ,.- . the in't "omrorlabi" h m." im Tnblch. . All druggtsUscfund
cdOnundylhry0l,rer olrengines! tt ",., be willing , m.et .pr.nj CT: ZT Z .'he X T, '!'" VP' " ' ' CUTC'
' l J Iirom'f'HKl Vi f'lillllf 1 (rid (li tint ii .icl.l ...... . ...
r - T . ' " ' "vim fAKl&r4LUIL'IhBCO,St Iahui, u H K
One Hundred and Thirty New
WAHIUNtrr.i.V 1) c. .During
month of .Man h I Hi vi-m,.h ,,f nil
scriplKiri". with an nKKrnKiito tiinn.iKe
of IS.M'i. wort- i niiKtriii ted In the
United State, m curding to tho lliirenu
of Nnvlgntlon or this total, seven
were steel steainnhlli. of 12..104 HKKTe
gate (trull tiinnuKP There were 71
wooden Ktonim-r- of J col toni anil four
wooden sailing unft of 1H.12 ton Only
two ships i,r ennslilrnilile sl7e were
completed within the month, the Wil
liam P. Hnvdir Ji . rtf.O'I ton, nt Henri!
Mich, nnd the I'ordovn. 2J7.1 toni. ut
Wilmington, tvi for the nine month
ending with Mulch, 1051 vesneli. with
grow tnniiiijt,. nKgregntlnn lM.f.tt.
were built, divided n follows: Ktetl
stenniHhl), 17, of 76.r.07 tons; wooden
steam craft. JUC. of jo.m tons; steel
snlllnil craft, one. of 2052 tons, and
vvemden snllluir craft, 72. of 1-US0 tons.
Within tho corresponding period last
yenr the totsl ua )S7 vessels, of
3SS.C77 icross tone
Eclipse of a "Morning Star."
At San 'rniiulieo n-c-entlv. Judge
I'nrrhmton ordered the laum h .Morn
ing Star condemned nnd sold by tho
United HtntOK marshal. Tho hiunch
was captured bj IVderat oillelalaiilinut
a month ago whin two Italian fisher
men attempted to .nmggle nshore sev
eral Chlm-so at fialtlnnd. The hiuneli
nrlKlunlly came from San lilego
HOW NAMES OF ASTOR
AND BUTT WERE CONFUSED
NIIW YORK. N. V., April 22. - Th
While Star olllclals studied without
success tho nieaalng or some of the
spellings ami came to the conclusion
that many of them vvero badly gaibled
because of the fnet that the list h.-u!
been relayed. Il tamo via the stoamerj
j.iuinim it, inu i apo itacc wireless stn-
Hon and was sent by .able to Now
list as It came the following1
,,. i i, Ti , ."lajiii i
Arenllinlil It ill ntiitt., I
J, j. j " -
"i1"-1 " nun-iopeii auioiig.
'"" ulul" "v r oias itasnor," a natnot
bo While Sinr II.,.. oi
"- - " " vumu nocj
""I'1"" "r nml wll'ch telegraph op-,
,'ra,tnrH H"Bht might bo Colonel As-
... .... . ....l.
Tll White Star lino dispatched .1
"'s'"Ki' nn eirort to clear iii such
iiieir oiiicc'H open an mglil.
NIIW YOItK. N Y.. April 22 Tho
Ho, .., l.ll... . . .. . . .. .1
"'ceivcu ni tne vv into star olllco Is
L. M. Hoffman
Mrs. Alexander Itoblim
William H, Harbor k
A. J. Universal!
II. W. Asho
A. II. Hayter
.1. S. Olll
Hrnest I". Tomllit
John II. Chapman
N. Colas Hasher
(ieorge II. Widen
Steward No. 9fi
It II Att
A number of tho twenty-soven names
In the list do not check up with tho
Tltnnle's passenger list, which lends
r IV carter was appointed adlilln-
Istralor of the ostato of Youg Hoy by
Circuit Judge Whitney. Carter's bond
wits iiacii ai a.uuu.
.50 DATTENDERQ SQUARES, 18x18, at
1.25 DATTENDERG SQUARES, 24x24, at
2.00 DATTENQCRG SQUARES, 30x30, at
COO BATTENBERG SQUAHES, 50x50, at
0-lneh BATTENBERG DOYLIES at '.
1.75 BATTENBERG SCARfS, 18x54, at
- "'" liiiti'i n niii k I n i rnn'i i
VESSELS TO AND HJ ' iFirHl 1 I -i
FROM JHJ ISLANDS J g I
fSlirrhll fill.ln In rel.,,nt.t J ' s rc'Ofhj 3 7 I L I
1 Kxchange.l iCS 'MM -1 )3M. t
Ttietday. April 30. I hA&g M1L I " f VJ Vfi I fl
1 A.N PUANCISCO A.ilved r I". LU imX ' ' $9rJi ' 3
S S IDH'Ioh from Kaanapali April i I . AW VlirK' - r-i J k$iLl rA 3
mis am is 4tSMSm Wft ;1
'I linl mi ihirm in tin
'brviiuitli. iiiiiiii ihm!
' niulil I.i' a r-.t I in,
V auiaiiioto. li.rini rl in n:,
irvke of tin Tu)n KI-m
It wed limn on th, Slnin.i
nine line. Ulnllt" I t. il I
"I the steuinir Hat win u
Iroin ills lildltiK plac iimh r
i lid mine iislion tills mmc
, topped by n pull,, mioii .111, 1
In the police station h n in
main until Uie depmrlui, .,1 11
laru, on vvlileh be will i,.
Yainamoto. whtn seen ihi-
1 tliat ills parents wn.
e decided to come til li iwall Id inaki
I lu He.. Ill, .....I ti . ...'..
- -- '".I. .Ill -,l II. 'II I III
oiiiKe iiioiikIi to supimrt lilm- n nrl
' In uged parents, win, an i-xpntini. to
I ear from their prodigal son v.nni
motii told his story wltli tear', loilimr
own bis cheeks He rnlil that I
i.ot liave unit h to eat durliiR tlie in
In v o age from Japan.
Milk nnd Fish.
'Whin I left Japan, I had nine i.m-.
..r ...in. ... .
, V "." ".."' T"- ..."' m" " "!
iisiimtil, and r.ir tlir, e dajs and
tin... .i..i.... . i .
t , ,,M , ,a "."". "" !', '!''
, ,.,. inniKhie that v ,.
, .... . .inn i w Hiiir -
illg lu Heath tut jc-t.rdav
.. .... ' '
1 11. il, r
ias iiailug in) self illali i Hi,
lilt and saw Kauai II l .v.
". .....V.' .". ' """""-" 'r.,i ami
II..1U llfi. ...,.1 ...I, ...
i Miaosteii man link in fooii I
.,,, , bioked forward to tl,
when I would conle ashoi,. ,,
.,,,.,,,,,.,, ,,,111, lH(h , f , , .
I go to
Four Others Caught.
Mlmrtl) aftir th,. Slilnvo Mar111lo.lt-
eil ) IVttlil.lv. flllir .lulu, ii. .a..
imijs, win, Millie along ulth ,,
inoto, wele anested b) the custom
.111.1 li..,,,i,.... . ..
" .i..u- 1111
now iittaluid at tlie I
.waning tne departure or the Tcmo
"ii which thov will b,. -ant bach to
Japan Their names .n, s Ma. Y
"inae, Kiiiuiimoi,, ,,, o-fil.lu
IMANISHI HAS QUIT
K. J. Imnnlshl, sub-manager of the
main olllce In Yokohama, Japan of the'
Yokohama Specie Hank, has resigned
Ills position, nt cording to reports re-'
celled lu the Shlno Mnrn yesterdnv.1
It Is likely that ho will Join tho Hank'
of .lii pan, tho strongest financial lnstl-1
tutlon lu Japan.
Mr. Imnnlshl is well known here.
having been manager of the local
In am h of the Yokohama Spec ie llanki
lor mnnv enrs. IU is brother-ln law'
of Attorney A. K. Oznwa, who Is up-1
pouring In a murder case now pondlngl
lii-foro Judge Mnthewmnii In Knllun.
Manager Yu Akal of the Yokohama'
Specie Hank when seen this morning
snld that Mr. Imnnlshl had resigned, j
WAHIIINOTON, I) f. Apr. 21 In
tlie iiiisince of ilellnite inrorniatlon r.
tlio uptrutor on board tlie Carnitliia
Instructing him to ionise to nnsvvtr
any messages and making a money
niiiict'iuent. Senator rani'ls (i New
$ .25 ;ach
-- - "
i i n. i ..r tie n J z? iifti ,'Nf 1 iill'iwA' 'li T ft.
vt .i LJ . . i l' leS&iJijxr - s ,j I
in, ,.n. ,r- -r T7.r,i.ia .rr.u - " im
;:l W h
The various makes of clothing in
this town and the chances are in
favor of " BENJAMINS."
There is something entirely dif
ferent in these garments not found
every suit that
Corner Fort and Hotel Streets
DR. BARBOUR ON SHINYO
lion. Levi Harbour, ex-regent of i
,i inversus- or .Mioiiignn, was a visitor'
in iionoiuiu tiiiriiig the stay lu this
$ .60 IRISH POINT SCALLOPED SCARFS, 18x64. at 1 .10
1.25 IRISH POINT SCALLOPED SCARrS. 20x54, at 75
1.75 IRISH POINT SCALLOPED SCARFS, 13x54, at 00
S1.35 ROUND BATTENBERG CENTERS, 30", at $.65
1.50 ROUND BATTENBERG CENTERS, 2t", at ,... .75
2.75 ROUND BATTENBERG CENTERS, 24". at .... 1.50
- - "J; iirinri'ii iiiwr'-
m bvm m
loaves this house.
11l"railJ' "" l""'"' t.i"ur..,i last
ii-iaiiiir iiinai nun neui on a statutory
liojt-liiirM' was toiiiliillled Tor trial by tlio
,.tl ir.1.1,.. .1 ,- .
t 1 11 itrfatwM inBMMtfFiiir ffiiiirtT-tintrjic