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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H, SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 1012.
ALL CITY IS
n.F.i:i iCaEEii if
ifi '" -
for Infants and Chlldre
Don't Poison Baby.
pOItTV YIMItS A0 almost every mollicr thought licr child muU have
imrceorlo or laudanum to maka It sleep. These drugs will produce aleep,
nml n few lrii too ninny will produco tho aleep from which there li
now uking. Many are tho children who huvo been killed or whose health has
been ruined for life by parcgoric,.laudanum and morphine, each of which Is a
n ircotia product of opium. Druggists arc prohibited from selling cither of tha
narcotics named to children nt nil, or to nnjbody, without labeling them
"poison." The definition of "narcotic" Is: "A medicine which relieve! pain
ami 2roduce$ sleep, butuhich i n poisonous doiei produces itujxjr, coma, convul
sions anil death." The tasto and luiiell of medicines containing opium are dis
guised, and sold under tho names of "Drops," "Cordials," "Soothing Syrups,"
etc You should not permit any medlclno to be given to your children without
you or your physlclun know of what It is composed. L'uttorlii docs not con
ignnt n r
Physicians Recommend Castoria
'Ihsra fmiutntl prwrlbol Oiloris for com
men stliueutt of cMMrrn with cw.l rculti '
W A. Chikdiu., M D ,
Iluffalo. N. Y.
"Al ll.o ftthtrot Ihlrlrcn clil'drtn 1 nrtalnlr
know tometliiuif about your griiit nii-tlkiiionnil,
Mills from my own family eipjrlcMr, 1 have. In
tuy ycarf of practice, found Cantoris a popular sud
eCQcknt rtinedy la almoet erery home.1
Vk. J. IkCniKN, M. 1) ,
Vyjr jZSrf&- Kiiarnntccs gcnulno
ro of LAaStTXTttfcJUM Castorlo
"I ntiil your Cutorla la very beneficial la tba
treatment of cblldrin'e allmcntf
P. Dim, M. D ,
"I object to what are called patent nudlclnea,
wlirremaktr alone knoH0liatetuffIe put In them,
but I know the formula of your Ciatorla and adTle
llauaelupn.rcaa. 1 Judge ltli Ua Tcry u
f ul, aa well aa harmk.ee family nicdJclno."
N. I). Bum, M. D ,
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria.
In IJse For Over 30 Years.
A Monthly Event
At the beginning of every month we place some
article of general demand in one of our windows
and sell it at half price.
In the Ewa window of the store is a display of
For a few' days you will get two cakes for what
you usually pay for one by buying here.
Hawaiian Drug Co.,
Hotel Street opp. Bethel Street
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afternoon by tho busy solicitors and
Tlio amount received will bo ex
pended in constructing a home for the
uroiI under the auspices of the King's
Promptly at 8 o'clock this morning
tho manaKcis and tho energetic girls
end chapcronos nsscmhlod at head
quarters, where, after receltlnK neces
sary Instructions from Mrs. Jas Hick
liell and Mrs. II 12 Weustor, they pro
cceded to work.
All Pedestrians Stopped.
Once they wero nut lit Hip streets
tho girls stopped all pedestrians
"Ilaoles," llawallans, Japanese, Por
tuguese, Chinese, Koreans, and even
l'orto Iltcans wero promptly seized
with strict Impartiality and asked to
"dlK up." They paiiBod, felt their
pockets and finally paid their mono
to tho bravo girls. Japanese and I'M
nese wero among the mot willing
Police Station Captured.
Down In pollco station every ofllco
and otnceholdcr wns captured by the
girls Sheriff Jarrett surrendered his
on co and made hasto to an unknown
destination. Iscfore ho could do this,
however, ha had had about a half doz
en tngs pinned on his coat. Captain
KaiiatinmoKU, parent of tho redoubt
able Duke, and his assistants wero
also tagged and taxed tty thu girls.
Chief Clerk Audi of tho department
and Receiving Clerk Pnrlsli both re-,
spondee! promptly when tngged by the
wearers of smiling faces. All of tho
Court, Government, Army mid Nnvy
aud other offices were visited and!
The work of tho Juvenile llostonlans
from Ve I.lbert theater was a feature
of the day. Under the chapcronago of
Mom! ell Kandall and Mrs. Joel Cohen
tho Juveniles sold tags llko hot-enkes.
Tboro wero many cithers also who
mado splendid records, the full results
of which will not bo known until thlH
Mrs J. C. Cohen Is wearing a
King's Daughter plu that was present
ed to Mrs. Roberts twenty years ago
by tho nuthor Julia Ward Howe. MrB.
Roberts said It was a good luck uln
BUILT IN SAN FRANCISCO
Sizes from 4 to D00 h. p. I 1 to 6 cylinders. The moat economical and up-to-date
distillate end gasoline engine in the American market.
The Imperial Gas Engine Co.'s plant is being worked to the limit of Its
capacity owing to the unprecedented demand for gas engines for the fishing
trade. The following orders, booked the last two weeks in March, are all for
fish boats! Carlisle Packing Co., Seattle, 55 h. p. 3 cylinder, for cannery ten
deri Guljermovioh & Turelich, Seattle, SO h. p. 4 cylinder! Chas. Miller, Ta
coma, 6 h. p. single cylinder) Chris Hansen, Tacoma, 10 h. p. 2 cylinder) M.
T. Legal, Seattle, 4 h. p. single cylinder) Robert Beckman, Tacoma, 6 h. p.
single cylinder; Sanborn-Cutting Co., Astoria, 4 h. p. single cylinder) G. Re
slno, San Francisco, 6 h. p. single cylinder to power new fish boat that is
being built) Megail & Lawson, Tacoma, 10 h. p. 2 cylinder for the fish boat)
Sautalito Express &. Transportation Co, 30 h. p. 2 cylinder, for boat making
dally trips between San Francisco and Sausalito, carrying freight and paa
sengers) James Stanley, Alameda, 55 h. p. 3 cylinder, to be installed In
launch "Ceres") John Evlch, Tacoma, 55 h. p. 3 cylinder, for new fish boat)
Frank Berry, Tacoma, 55 h. p. 3 cylinder, for new fish boat) Geo. Solberg,
Seattle, 55 h. p. 3 cylinder, for new fish boat) N. W. Fisheries Co., Seattle,
4 h. p. single cylinder maripe) Smiley &. Co., Tacoma, 55 h. p. 3 cylinder)
Vancouver Shipyard, Vancouver, B. C 12 h. p. 2 cylinder, for boat for local
customer) G. B. Grasso, San Francisco, 6 h. p. single cylinder, for new fish
boat) L. J. Berg, Tacoma, 20 h. p. 2 cylinder, for new fish boat Just being
SOLE AGENT IN HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
HENNING A. PETERSON,
Office and Machine Shop with John Nelll, 135 Merchant 8rfeet
Office Telephone 3724
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iiir " iriiiririr
Don't Buy the first suit
you look at. Remem
ber that you can buy
clothing with a repu
tation almost as cheap
as ordinary makes.
For instance, consider
CLOTHES. If this line of
clothing was not the best
m America it would not
find room in our ttore.
Cor. Fort and Hotel Sts
King. Hotel nnd lleretanlt Streets,
Una Nutianu Mrs. Mia O Marshall.
Kort nm King Streets -Mrs An
drew Kuller, Miss Margaret Jones and
Miss Catherine Jo;. oh, '
Fort nnd Hotel Stn-cls Mrs I, ('
Abies Miss Dorothy Winter, Miss
Merchant Street from Nuuaim to
Richards Miss Virginia McCarthy
Miss l'enrl McCarthy, and Miss Mar
aud tho way that Mrs. Cohen's tags Rn.r.e,t McCarthy
are disappearing by means of the Ros
Ionian girls, the talisman is certainly
doing good work.
Tho ladles leading In tho work aro
Mrs. James DIcknell and Mrs. If. i:.
Webster. On their Btalt of aids aro
Mrs. W. L. Hopper, Mrs. Sanford H.
Dole, Mrs. John Marcalllno, Mrs. W.
V. Hellbron, Mrs. A. E. Murphy, J. A.
Rath, W. L. Hopper, Chester Living
ston. The "Taggers" and their "beats" are
King Street from Nutianu to Rich
ards Miss Julia McStockcr and Miss
Hotel Street from Nutianu to Rich
nrds Marjorlo Chaplu and Miss Car
Deretanla, Nuuanu to Punchbowl
Miss Carrlo James aud Miss Ethel
I Nuuanu Street from Queen to Eero
Manla Miss Mary McVeigh and Miss
Bethol and Dlshop Streets, Adams
Pacitle Hnlclitn nml AWn iinii,ia and Garden Lanes Miss Mallo Cow
Mrs. II. L Kerr, Mrs. Willis T. Pope nn- M1"s Charlotto Cowan and Miss
and Miss Christina Oortz. jJulla Hnloy.
Nuuanu Valley Mrs. E. A. Jones, Kort Street from Qucon to Rerctanla
Mrs. C. II. Tracy, Mrs. J. P. Wlnne, X1,8S Prances Lawrence. Miss Ma
Miss Jano Wlnne, Miss Nora Sturgeon, Carden, Miss Hazel Iluekland, Miss
juiss neien Jones, Miss Hester Pratt. ""'""' "u,
Miss Catherine Pratt, Miss Edna Fer
guson, und Miss Lucy Dimond.
Fort Shatter, Pol Factory and Fer
tlllzer Works Mrs. Joseph Fronch. Jr.
Kamehameba Schools, 0. R. & L.
Alakea Street, Queen to nerctonla
Miss Margaret Hilts und Miss Eleanor
Postolllco Miss Elizabeth Dutot
Queen Street Miss Helen n Arns
1 AIIMHDV MESSENGER BOY
LriUIlLriYl PARCEL DELIVERY
We know everybody and understand
Depot, Shops and Wharves Mrs. wotdt, Miss Mildred Hempstead, Miss
Stanley Livingston, Mrs Chester Llv-Abbio LUtas nnd Miss Annie Parker
Ingston, Miss Muriel Howatt, Miss Jes '
sle Kennedy, Miss Helen North, Miss
Wllhelmlna Tennoy. Miss Helon
Brown, aud Miss Christina Rowen
Mnnon, Oahu Collego and Pleusan
ton Hotel Mrs. T. Sharp, Mrs. 'J. I).
Murqucs, Mrs. Oeorge Soyde, Miss
Maudo Soydo, Jannatto Sharp, Ramo
na Morguu, Eleanor Qartloy, Miss
Ruth Gartley, Miss Dorothy Efllngcr
ntiil 1laa Ihnloa IfTl.m.i
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Mnllntmlil f,.iir,lnii,l Vl.ln Villi. I "" " " """' !"" "" "
Mrs, Cray's. Colonial and Donna-Mrs!. '" ,!!"1 !T:!,!;!:o!i!?;l,'r.,,om,
TK Fort I o Russy '- Mrsl Ml"8 ,:ih'' oaA-SuTW with
James S.ehteV Airs. OooZght. Mrs. !!'" ,.!?J,'LU" r ..'.." ""!
Hnliort tlrKlm. Ml.a llo.aln ll,,u, k-iu'. ......... u.v ..,vU ..,,".. M,
.".,..,., .... ,. -. .. .. .. llh each other to lose tho most
muih urn, u,m ,ori iiusor Jirs. u. ,, n8 u roH1,tKet th most tugo
. oruaiey. a rs niy. .iirs i.. a. jac- M,B8 8(odlara ke,,t I10 ,)0okB ,)ut 8ho
: '"" """""'"",',, ,"i"u saw that no one got so Interested In
Logan, Miss Ida Ixigan. MIbs Lola Lo- ,i. .., ..., ... ,,,., , ..,.,.
Hopper. Miss, Martorle Pi!?' ".""Ln.B" i"?. f.uI?8.,V'T.. ."" '
ii at.. ii a si in uvtn a. uii rmiiivi ii uu ittiint iiiuiii
Halstead, Miss Fannlo Hooks. .,....i. ., ..'n .,... i ... .,...
lloogs nnd Miss leather- ..Htrt.et Amoat Bur,.8y Uc,i
gnn, Miss Catherine Ashloy, Miss Eth
elyu Ilnrrls. Miss Abide tlromley.MIss
Aileeu Nott, Miss Cedelta Henney,
Miss Frances Clark, Roy Jacobsou and
Pawna Junction Mrs. Chnrlotto
Ewlng, Miss Inez Gibson, Miss Marian
Chnplit, Miss Mildred Chaplu, Miss
Lorn Low, Miss Clorlndu Luw.
Rapid Transit Offices nnd Power
Houso Mrs. Oliver Sutt and Miss
(invornmont Nursery, Plautors' Ex
perlmonl Station, U. S. Experiment
Station aud Maklkl I'lru Station Mrs.
It L. Atlerbach, Miss Thelmu Auer
bath. Miss (lladys Auerbach, Miss
Urneo Slovens and Miss Florence.
Executive. Building, Hoard
their dollar Into her inonej cull
"Hinds' (or tnllsli You re the
loser," she would cry as bunds weiu
ralfaed from tho mulched lulus
"Drop your dollar hero please."
SAN CARLOS CO.
Health, Queen's Hospital nnd DuUer-
slty Club Miss Rosle Herbert, tMIss
Murj Lucas and Miss Hattlo Lucas.
Honolulu lion Works and Olllces
Mrs. Fred. Hush, Miss Myrtle Schtl
maun, Miss Ruth Soper, Miss Ruth
Anderson, Miss Thelma Murphy, and
Miss Martha McCliesuey.
lliretuula Street to School Street
and Nuuanu Street lo Richards Street
- Mrs. A. G Feigusou, Miss Alma
ArtlileH of Incorporation of the Snn
Carlos Mlllluir t'umpnny, thu compaii)
0 , mako HiiKiir In tlio 1'IiIIIiiIih'h which
Iimh In-ill organled and nioinoted lis
A I) I 'impel, wire tlltd todj In thu
nlllt of the Territorial treasurer 'I hu
nrtltliB llliil niu thuiu of iihmh lation,
uud ulllilu It and by-lawh following thu
The vtoikhohlers tntirlng Into thu
iiHkoclutlon uie kImii as J I' Tooke,
A 1) Cooper, H Ixirs, M P Itohlu
son, J' M Snaiu und E I) Tciinu,
the nuuiu of the couiiali In lug thu
Snu I'allos .Milling Conipnii) Ltd Tim
Ferguson, Miss Hester Smith. Miss upltul H,ck , ,i00uoo. ooo slu.ru
IVIUll UUII1VD, .lllDn .1UU1IH JUUIt'H, ;SH
Dorothy Jordan, and Miss Ethel Jordan.
Marine Ilarraiks, Murine Railway
at, flO par und thu compuuy Is Klwii
the priviugo or inereasing thu inpitul
tu $1 000.000 Thu tlrst otllctiN ui h J
P Cooke prealdtnt, tl II ralnhlld,
""" niuuuii, wit jna i.veiyii ice piislcluit: A. I) Cooper seen
Drummond and staff. tur, and M P Itolilnnin treiisurtr
Custom House, Immigration Shed, r M Hnanrj, E n Ttien nnd
Hackfeld Iluildlng, Seaman's Instltuto pfotenhiiuir aro additional illretto s
Mrs. Lowls Arnold, Miss Edith Nlch-i The urtleles show a ey lugo m ni
ols and staff. her or stilnirlliem for Block, and It H
Palama, Flshmarkct, Llllha and King xtatcd that the enpltal Is now all tmh
Junction Mrs Nina Eraser und wrlbod The artklcs and bj-luwsion-glils
from Kaiulanl School, ftr thu usual powers
Italian Swiss Colony
White, Red and Sparkling of California Vintage
A Table Wine
For the Family Trade
Deliveries made to any part of the city
QUEEN and ALAKEA STREETS
MADAME JEAN ABADIE of the French Laundry has
returned from an extended trip to the mainland.
MADAM ABADIE announces to the patrons ol the
French Laundry that she will give her most careful attention
to all work.
The French Laundry,
777 King Street
Prompt attention to day and night calls.
Particular care given to preparing and embalming of bodies.
Facilities for shipping remains unexcelled.
Jno. H. Townsend, F.D. Roy J. Williamsou, Mortican.
Day and Night Telephone - 1325