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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H, MONDAY, JUNE 10. 1912.
for infants and ChMdrcn.
Save the Babies.
NFANT 1HOUTAI.ITY Is something- friglitful. Wo can hardly reMt
that of all tho children born in civilized countries, twenty-two per cent., or
nearly ouc-quartcr, die beforo they reach ono year; thirty-seven per cent., or
more than one-third, before they aro live, and onadinlf beforo they aro fifteen I
We do not hesltata to say that n timely use of Castoria would save a majority
of theso precious lives. Neither do wo hcsltato to say that many of theso infanlllo
deaths nro occasioned by tho uso of narcotic preparations. Dro, tincture and
soothing syrups sold for children's complaints contain more or less opium, or
11101 phlne. They arc, In considerable quantities, deadly poison. In any quantity,
they stupefy, retard circulation and lead to congestions, sickliest, death. Castoria
operated ex.u tly the rev erse. It cruises tl.o blood to circulato properly, opens the
pores if the skin and alUya fecr. a
r.Sfra lit lire of
Physicians Recommend Castoria.
"Caitnrlata good for ctillJrcn snd 1 frrqtifnllj
1 riacrtlw it, tul ftlway obtllQ Itit deilrvd remit."
1 UlHlLU IJUTTXIR.M I) ,
BuflilQ, N. Y.
M 1 htT pre Kribtd Cutorlft to f millet Tor ft tertl
j.uri. ItlitllrlgliU Sloiheullko It, for children
M uke It without any trouble."
C. A. Wiuok, M. n ,
Yonf Caetorla it f. tpleoilld remedy for children,
Lnou ii lb world over. I into It In mjr I ractlce fcod
lnvr no lu-eltatiry Id rrcororuerullog It for Ibe, com
I UluU of luftitU and cLlldnn.'
J. A. llouxix, M. D ,
Euui City, Mo,
'! Laiv rl,)ofir ( itmts la mrr-t nf mlc In
-'IMii nuUUrj found It UJ V-t ik.11.iiiu if Ik
UudcnltionmiUt, ' J.I Cmrcus.M l,
CMcon 1 1
' A raeilHostitnlanbl ar.l WntttU I r t"
.u tunrf atinrU Uux true lb,, Muc,t c.mii
I iiudltluDioevirw!.ia "
J.S AitiANDir., M 1),,
Hare u.c-1 yonr t'artoila on carina orraBlonl
i i ii.luulo ram aiil liaVL 1 inn I It a .Ut ibid and
iC.iiibtbsi.llic. t-,HClft!l)T lu lll varlvul dlirmct.
tun. Euwahu (ItliulNam M, D
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castoria
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Beginning June 1st, 1912,
Discontinued the dining-room service for
the Off Tourist Season Only. Good
meals may be obtained close to premises
are being offered for a limited number of
rooms, with or without bath.
TO tRlFl !
Punchbowl I duo for an eruption on
Tourists and timorous folk need not
bo alarmed, 'or this eruption Is not
going to bury Honolulu In n deluge, of
molten lava and ashes. In fuct, It Is
guaranteed to bo n perfectly harmless
eruption, tamo enouglt to cat out of
tho hand And yet on the night of
July 4 tho old crater Is going to hurst
forth In llery flames
This morning Chairman Marston
Campbell and Julius linger of tho
Fourth of Tilly committee announced
that preparations aro tinder way for
ono of tho most spectacular things
over seen hero. Hed and (Iroen flro In
to bo used to pull off nu eruption of
Punchbowl. ,1. Walter Doyle, on Ills
roturn from looking oer tho ground,
wui more than enthusiastic In telling
of tho plans.
Tho commlttco will get the lire
works, hero If possible; If not, they
will ho sent for to San Francisco by
"This Is going to bo a spectuclo
north feeing," toiumontH Mr Doyle.
"It will b ea great bhulng olcnno
right In the luart of town nnd jot nb
GOVT, LOTS ATM
This is a Quiet, Refined
Of unusual excellence, located in the best
residential district, ten minutes from the
shopping district, in 4 Acres of Beauti
ful Tropical Garden.
Large Cool Outside Rooms.
Private Sleeping: Verandas.
Phones in all the rooms.
Artesian Plunge. Night &
Day Tennis. Free Garage.
Special Rates by the Month
"I wonder what the representatives
of tho Illshop Instate and sumo of
theso other propcrtj holders would say
If 1 had assessed their properly on tho
basis of such valuations as the buir
last Saturday plated "on thoao bench
lotn at Kullouoii." remarked Territor
ial Treasurer Colliding this morning
Tho Kullnuou lots were npprulsed at
a total valuation of Jinn.-, tint 1 lie pur
chasers at tho public ant lion lomliirU
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
in America it would not
find room in our itore.
1UIC1 J13. - .
Cor. Fort and Hotel Sts.
NATIONAL GUARD OFFICERS TO
HAVE IMPROVED RIFLE RANGE:
The N'utloiial Ouiril innikiimn "'
oil nil tho steps of the Capitol building '" "tte an Inipn.vril rllle ra.,Be ut Ka
Haturdny by Land Commissioner Tuck
er, paid o tolnl of $12,310 for them, or
$111,81).", more than they were nssessed
-..Y.V."V. .."'"": .'"'.. TZ..V. 'ZT "" ll.roltali.ii rnr ll.o.n,
" .' ....'.: . . .,",:, "'.,.' " .1" ild.il to mve limn a Inner runge
purchased for greater amounts t an l(.inKtl.m .f two .i
of tho Walaka tract vvero nssessed for
$500, nnd sold for $511; tho six lotu
of Makikl Heights appraised ut $U4rr.
sold for $07!r, and tho four lotn sold
from the Muklkt Hoiiudtop tuut, up
praised at SGO.'O, went for $GU1(
kooko III Hie near fulmt The itullen RMS WESSMEN FOR ARMORY
(ours,, is more in in iiair luiiipieitu
iinvv, unil In n riw Ks uie men will (Continued from Po 1)
lie renuy to shoot the IonKlr Ulstames ,rol, j. i, iinbinH,,,,. (" ;. vnn llninin
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i:. I', llisliop, I' Muhlcudorf. V.. II
1'nrln, W II. Mclneruy, Albert Water
house, I l Ropei, W. It. l-'arrlngton,
Itlclmid II Trent. M Vhllllps, N. i:.
Ui'tlKc W V Dllllngliaiu, It O Math.
.Illlin lOtli. 1112.
Tho Major and Hoard of Supervisors,
i ity niul county of Honolulu.
ucntlomcn I hnvo tho honor to
present the following
Tho War Department deeming It ad
visahlc Hint tho organized mltltla In
I AI1MHDV MESSENGER BOY
LU1UKI PARCEL DELIVERY
We know everybody and understand
Mnny nErlcultnral lndtiitrlei that
now thrive on tho American Island of
niiiini in ii much hampireil In their ox
luuslon Ihroucli n woeful lack of
IrnimimrtutUiii facllltks, niconllng to
a report hroiiRht to Honolulu jjjstir
ilny with tho arrival of tho llttln Unit
ed States naval ste.unslilp Huppl)
Tim Supply, now llng ut the nnval
wharf, whrn the vessel will be given
Nevernl liundred tons nf additional
file), Is to re n in I n nt the port of Ho
nolulu until Haturila Tho vessel Is
en routo to nremertnn naval station
for u Binernl overhauling.
With a direct lino of stinmers ply
ing between (lunin nnd Manila, for In
stance, the plantation Interests now
attempting to do business on Uncln
Kam'n Miuill mldpucinc posseHslou
would, In tho opinion of ollle.ru of tho
Supply, reap n much larger bcneilt At
present the people there have practi
cally no opportunity for shipping the
products of the Island tu foreign ports,
Copra will not bo taken out by tho
urinj tinnspnrts, us it smills Daiiiy,
nuklnp It impossililo to carry It upon
nn.shlp i.iri)lui; iiussingers Copra
lu (ilium Is worth S1.20. while If It
could be brouKlit to Manila It would ho
worth Jfi to JC C'oiTeo Is a drug on
the murktt there at IJ.&O, ulillo It
briuiKht to Mnnll.i It would bring J2.r,
TrepaiiR grown n) thickly on tho
btuili that walking Is illlllcult liiul tons
of thH product could Im ginlurcd t
only tin re was a market for It, but
aicordlng to tho Information received
from the Supply tho people lu Ounm
have no Incentive to crow all thu
products that the Island Is capable of
produeliiR, because there Is no place to
sell them when they have been grown
l'roin reports brought by tho Supply,
Uuam now has a total population of
about ten thousand Less than two
hundred Japanese have settled there,
land n milling vessel living tho "sun
rise Hag" !i nt present making trips
once inch month
Tin htutement Is made that the Is
land will soon bo In coiiiniuulcatlun
with Manila l nanus of u Unci) -equipped
Heforo ,thn das of American occu
pation, the Spanish government main
tained a Keinlmonthl) stcuimr service
lietween fluam unil the Philippines and
by this means a large unil lucrative
In the ollke of the adjutant giueriil of
the Natlun il Diund 'I he new butts
will allow i Ight men at a time to shoot
at the JOainnd JOu-nril raugo. Hulls
for Mil yiinla nro already pinvldeel
A mimher of army otllcers will take
advantage of tho chance to return to
the States on tho I' S. H Suppl).
which arrived from (lu.iiu jestmla)
morning and will sail for Hremertoii
next Saturdn) Tho Kuppli has Home
spare cnhlns, and ns the last transport
bound for the Coast offeicd no nccom
moilatleins, the chance Is thuelj A
few discharged and short-time soldier
will nlmi be tukeu cale of
Kami hnliu lia l)i will nut lie a hull
das In Uncle Sim's olllees tomorrow
Work at the naval station and arm)
headiiii ill, rs will go on the same as
i(iu it hut ut llvarl .il!rHir. when
tin re are a number of Hawullaus em
plowed tho word has bun pugsod to
the bosses that a number of the mi u
ma) bu sick" toinoriow
regimental strength returned to tho rncbueil please find an exprosVgt
Territory of Hawaii bv the executlvo or opinion from aomo of Mie bus f
order of President Taft a lot of sum men of Honolulu concerning the pru
eilcnt proportions on which to erect a l rlety of making such an apy lma.
building for such purpose, said order Hon
containing tho provision Itcspectfull)
"That If tho said portion of tho jejr.o,
llarracks I.of Is not utilized for the l olonel. National (lunrd of Hawaii.
construction of a sultnblo armor), Tho Adjutant lieneral
vvltliln twclvo months nfter tho datoj e
Hliall become Inoperative and the ,jMMSIA MIUMi IIOl'U CIIANGEDj
I hall be restored to the uso of the
The Territorial Legislature appro
priated the sum of $100,000 for the
construction of an armory lu lloiiolu
l'lans hnvo been drawn by the ar
ehtlect appointed for that purpose,
nnd u has been conclusively
The Oceanic steamship Sonoma will f
be dlspntcliid for Sun Francisco at.
11 o'clock Wednesday morning In
stead of 10 o'clock or formerly adver
tise d i
tho C'ltj of Honolulu bo Increased
I 11 MolMI'IlVV ii Honolulu luinl. 1
flhuwiPi.pKsmnii. ts bni k from an extended 1
Hint tho minimum sum required for a t0ur of the l-'ar Kast Ho returned to t
Miuaiue armory Hiilllclent to House a Honolulu In tho Pacific Mall llnor i
leglment is $123,000. Mongolia Mr Mclncrny wns credited J!
lu view nf tho foregoing If )our by the Manila press ns having lnten-
Honorable) Hoard tan seo Its way cleat i()U ()f opening n largo clothing estuu.
to appropriate the sum of $23,000 to- llshmont at tho I'hlllpplno capital. J
ward tho completion of tho armory In
Honolulu a public necessity will bu Stocks were fairly active today, but $i
nice in a wny wnicn I oeneve will with nothing of much Interest except
meet with general public appioval the strength known b Ilapld Transit
and bu hi Hun wit htho action of inun) muck on the prospect of Us Pearl Har-
to communities In tho States
The di tall of soldlirs from Port
Shafter, commanded Ii) I.leutenant
Hawie) that has been encamped ou
I'linilibiinl to prevent tree cutting, Is
shortl) tu bu withdrawn The lines
have now hten dellnltely est ihllslicd,
und It is believed thaft frcqtiefit Inspee-
tlons will serve the purposes of tho
pn si nl giuril
FRESH AIR is the most important food for the baby in the
summer. Keep it out in the cool, shady places as much
to have a suitable GO-CART or
it is necessary
for the bal
SI a Year
Tho Hxcellent Order of the Knights
and l.mlleV of Hhud, n society of left
handed people, was formed In Urauge,
Students desiring to enter Oahu Col
lego or tlin Puliation Prepaiator)
School should register nt oiieo at tlio'
fchool offices for the Jung entrance ox ,
nmlnatlonu, to bo held on Suturdn)
Juno ltith, nt It o'clock. The schedule
of subjects required, tlmu audli placet
of examinations, lollow
A For Admission to Grades 11, III,
Saturday, Juno IB, ! a m, nt Puna
lion Preparatory School (In rooms of
und In charge of teuchnrs of grades
bolow tho ono for which pupil Is a
candidate). SubJectH' 1, Ihigllsh ()a
Story-writing, (b) Dictation (Spell
lug), (c) Heading; 2, Arithmetic
B For Admission to Grades VI
Saturday, Juno IS, 9 n, m nnd 2 p.
in., at Piiiiuhnu Preparatory School,
In uth und fit Ii grade rooms. A M,
Subject 1, Huglisli, (a) Composition
(Spelling), lb) uininmnr. (o) lead
lug: P M Subject' 2. Arithmetic I
C For Admission to Grade VIII and
Saturday, Juno UMi, On m , nt Pu
nnlitm Preparole)!)' School lu 7th and
th grude rooms.
Monday, Juno 17th, !i n in , ut
Itlughum Hall, lu Mr. Hlckvr's room
Saturday SubJectH I, Ihigllsli. (a)
Composition (Spelling), (b) (Irnmmar,
(o) Heading; 2, (Jeography; 3. Weil
Ives, (a) Latin, (b) (lernnin (lu Ml.
oe iiiiiiiiic-i n looiiii.
Monday Subjetts: 4, Arithmetic;
n, Algei.ru; u, iitstory,
Heglster nt tho olllco befoio taklur
We aro agents for the STURGIS LUXURY CAR
RIAGES, famous the world over for quality, Luxury
Carriages provide both safety and convenience for
mother and child, It is the only collapsible, made with
luxury back and seat resting on sensitive springs, a
perfect protection for baby's spine and head; at
-.$10.00, $14.00 and S18.Q0
No, 71 Luxury Carriage, as per cut, $10.00.
Atlanta, (in. was selected as host
for the 1911 gun nil iikseinbly of the
North. rn Prisli)t.rlan chinch Hoih-
tsnr ami Atlantic i-ity, which were
cheap as $6.75 II
igj. ITliSJ 1
Other makes of Collapsible Carts as
Pullman Runabouts and Sleepers for those who
do not require a collapsible cart, we offer an excep
tionally large assoitment of tho large, loomy car
liagos. They como will, reed bodies, in oak, dark
blue, riench groy, upholstered in corduroy and
leather cloth, Tho prices from $18.00 to '$30.00.'
No, 267 Pullman Sleeper like cut.