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nVKNINO bULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. H., TUESDAY, SEPT. 28, 1909. n
fov tnfnntft and Children.
The Effects of Opiates.
THAT IXI'AXTS aro peculiarly susccpllblo to opium nml Hi various prep
arations, nil of which aio narcotic, Is veil knoxvii. liven In tlio smallest
sotscs, If continued, these opiate cauo, changes In tho functions and crowth of
tlio cells, which nri likely to bitomo permanent, causing1 Imbecility, mental
perversion, a craving for alcohol or narcotics In later L.'e. Nervous diseases, such
8 Intractable nervous dyspepsia and l.ick of slaying poncr,nro n result of dosing
Willi opiates or narcotics to keep children quiet in their Infancy. Tho rulo nmoug
physicians is that children should never receive opiates In tlio smallest dooes for
morn than a day at a time, and only then If unavoidable.
Tho administration of Anodynes, Drops, Cordials, Bootlilng Syrups and other
narcotics to children by any but u physician cannot be too strongly decried, and
thn druggist should not bo a party to It. Chihlrvr. who are ill need thu ellenlton
cf a physician, and It Is nothing lerB than a crime to oVfo them willfully Willi nar
cotics. Castoria contains no narcollcsifitbearsthnplgnaturoof Chai. II. Fletcher.
Your preparation known $ CtitofU I have um-4
for jtart In chlldMti't com plaint and I bare Xom.il
nolbinB better Jo nx J. Larr-A, M. D,,
For MTtraJ yean I recommended yoor 'Caitorla
and hall aJwayi continue to do no, u It haa Inw
' riabljr proJieod btnc flclal rrtntia."
KwAh V. Tahu? , M. D.( ew York City,
Yoar CtitorU If a mtrltorinuc bouathoM
remedy. It la purely rcjretaMo andacu aa a mtld
cathartic Above all. It dor to b.rni, which la
more than can be aaid c! the gnat majority cf cbll
Vtcrou II. Cornun, M. D., Omaha, Neb.
Children Cry for
In Use For Over 30 Years.
Itit eiMUA ltllhO. TT
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" I bare nil yonr CartoHa In my own boiwliold
h lib pwl r tu!t, and Into advlai-d sere-rat patlfnla
tu cm tt for Iti mil !, Uxatlre effect and freedom
froci humi.- Edwiud jVaimmh, M. I,
YorrCVr!a bold the ct-twn of tho medical
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pr trutiuii. Ii It a furc and reliable medicine for
infanta ritd cbl drrti. In fact It la the uaiu-rtaJ
hou-tvliblj n-niivly for Infantile allmenta."
J. A. TiHnaa, M. D Kanaas City, Mo.
to all parts of the city.
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V. I. BOECK TO
BE CHIEF CLERK
Maui Man Is Appointed to Vacancy
in Executive Department by
Secretary Mott-Smith Many
Victor I.. tloeck fins been named by
Secictnry Mntt-Smlt has chief clerk
of tho executive department nf thu
Terrllory, succeeding to tlio place va
cated thiiiiigli tho resignation of t(. ().
Miitlioson. There were a number of
applicants for the position mid llocck
was Bclccted after lengthy considera
tion, , Ho litis been ihe private secre
tary for II. 1 and F. F. Ilaldwln for
some time nnd has the reputation of
being nn efficient man,
Among the applicants for the placo
was Seiii tor Palmer Woods of Kalinin.
AnioiiK those who were considered fav
orably for the place was Henry O'Sul
Ilv.in the assistant clerk. Hut foi the
fact that O'SullHan Ih a trifle joung
for the chief clerkship be would Mil
iloubteilly luivo receded a well earned
A divorce was granted this uiorn-j
Ins by .TuitRO Itoblnson to Mrs. Car
rie JnckMin, wife of Nigel Jncksun,
of some distinction and fame -is a
.Mai nt lion runner.
4ou-siippoit was the RrounilH nl-li-Ki'd
In the complaint, nnd It wus
home nut In the testimony that was
KlU'ti In the court room by Mm.
In reply to n question ns to what
her husband did, Mrs. Jackson said
that "lie Is In training," and then
explained Hint "Mr. Jackson Is a
Mniathon luuncr." l'lirther ques
tions elicited the Information that
Jackson has contributed nothing to
the suppoit of his wlfo for months.
They weie miirileil nt Hllq. In 1903.
A repoit of collutlan In the seciir
liiB of the divorce brought Deputy
Attorney General Lorrln Andrews
Into the couit as a spectator, but
there were no evidences of collusion
bejoiid the fact Hint Jackson had
paid the expenses Incurred in the
tilling of the suit.
Jack Thoso young widows have
an advantage over you single girls,
because, they know all about men.
Madge Yes, and because the only
men who Knew all about them aro
dead. lloston Transcript.
Coporal James M. Tanner Informed
the Union Veteran I.eglou at Wash
ington that organizations of old sol
diers wlll'mako a complaint to Presi
dent Taft ngaliibt the policy of dis
missing old clerks In tho government
psjr- BULLETIN ADS PAY fl
NEW COUNTY ROAD
Objection Filed to Makiki Field Be
ing Used for Athletics Addf
tional Funds Appropriated for
Advertising Tenders Opened.
A pnlltlon signed by utitei-n prop
erty holders wa read nt.tht Supeivls
ors' meeting hist night, ns4tu.f for the
construction of n new county road, and
cooly declaring that Its building
"would only cost about $1000 a
mouth." The city fathers caught their
breath nnd smiled benevolently, it
went hurrying td tho road committee
The document reads ns follows:
"Tho undersigned, residents of Ho
nolulu. City nnd County of Honolulu,
O.ihu, T. It., respectfully request you
to construct nnd build tho road run
ning from King street at Mnnnnliia, jo
tho Onhit Hallway station at rmiloa as
laid out by the engineer of the City
nml County of Honolulu. The esltmnt
id expenses tor constructing and build
ing such a ro.ul are about 11000 a
A' resolution, appropriating nn addi
tional $2000 to pay for advertising
crdlunnccs during the six months end
ing 'December 31 next, was also
Lrought In. As this money Is urgent
ly needed, tho resolution slipped
through' without any opiiosltlon.
One thousand dollars was nppioprl
uteri" for use In repairing and return
lulling schoolhoiises. It was explained
that tho IGOOO originally appropriated
had already been exhausted, and that
more money was needed In order to
carry on tho absolutely necessary re
pair work. There was no opposition
and the resolution went through.
Whether or not Mnklki field Is to be
used for athletics Is nnother question
that camo up. It was reported that
Allan Herbert objected to the use of
the park for.football and baseball prac
tice, owing to tho fact that grass has
been planted. Knuo thought that tho
grass should be protected. Qulnn, on
tho other hand, appeared rather In fnv-
or of letting the hoys have tho field to
play on and leaving the grass to get
along as best It can.
The latter suggestion met with tho
approval of Stipcrslvor Logan, who
said that tho park was dedicated for
treo use and always had been free.
Aylett snlri that some of tho best
baseball players of the Territory had
received their training on Milklkl field
Ho did not seem very strongly In favor
of closing the park to ba'l players for
the purpose" bf turning It Into n bo
Finally the matter was referred to
tho road committee.
Tenders for supplies for tho coming
month were opened and road, nnd tho
clerk was ordered to tabulato them and
advise the lowest bidders that their of
fers were accepted.
Tho Hoard adjourned until Friday
MUCH FUN ASHORE
FOR JACK TARS
Sailors Having the Best of Times
in Town and country Large
Number Have Shore liberty.
"Jack's the boy to work, nnd Jack's
tho boy to play" Is aliout ono of !io
best ways over suggested to clearly
dejlno what 'a Jolly tar Is. Jackie cei
talnly knows how to enjoy himself
when tho necessary coin is foithto.ii
Ing. A stroll around town this morning
revealed the fact thut Jack was lul.ciii
in large quantities. Automobiles nnd
hacks wore crowded with tho fesilva
ones and largo partleH took tho elec
tric cars to tho beach and other ii
borts. Others forcgathored wllh a few ct n
genial spirits In some favorite "coil.i
water" Joint and mado tho air vlng
with plalntlvo tongs about a g.ay
haired mother who wished to bave her
son from tho fatal nooso. Fulhei
leems to have been Ignored by the
song wrltcrB for Jack that Is with tho
exception of tho ditty about "E.:ry
ono works, 'etc."
Quito a number ot Jncklca hired bl
cjeles nod naridlo hoi Bos and n sto triy
btrenm dilftdd out to Walklkl nil the
mnrulug. Swimming and surf-hoaid-Ing
was much In order, with Intervtdi
If all tho sailors who havo an
nounced their intention of seeing tho
boxing mntches tonight, put In nn :u
peninugo, Manager Fred Smith will bo
up ngnliiBt it Tor btandlng loom, much
less chairs for his patrons. x
Tlio Bailors aro having tho best of
everything In tho city, and nothing Is
too good for them. Thoy surely nic,
to Qiio'to ii well worn expression, ".Irv
ing tho tlmo of their lives,"
HOW IT HAPPENED.
"Illusher I) tho most bashful man
I ever know."
"How on earth then did ho coma
to get man led?"
"lio was too bashful to icfuse."
185 editorial roomi 250 bual
neii office. Thets ars th telephont
number o'. t'ne Bulletin office.
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NO. 1G.1. THUUITOHY OF HAWAII.
COURT OF LAND ItXUISTKATION.
TKItltlTOHV OF HAWAII TO "J. A.
MAHOON, CHAIU.K9 W.
IIOOTH, KMILY KANAKANUI,
SAN(X)ItD 1). DOI.i:, CIltlNtl
8INO, WINO 1IKN, LKN QUON
MOON, HKK SHIN, WINO SINO
CIIONO COMI'ANY, II. I. IIISII.
OI KSTATE, KKAUANINI, THK
TKHHITOIIY OF HAWAII, by
CHAKLKS It. HKMHNWAY ns
Attorney General; CITY AND
COUNTY OF HONOLULU, by
JOSKPH J. FKHN, as Mayor and
President of the Hoard of Su
pervisors; Mrs. DAVID MAN
UKL, I'ANO OOON TAN, nnd to
ALL whom It may concern:
Whereas, a petition has been pre
sented to said Court by JUSTIN S.'K.
DI-: MIII.I.O, to register and confirm
his title In the following described
Land In Kalkahi nnd Kewalo, Pa-
uoa, Onhu, being L. C. A. 15S5, It. 1'.
44G3, to Kealaau; Apann 1 of It. P.
(Orant) 2G38 to Mary Nahnkuelun;
and a portion of L. C. A. 273, Part
1, It. P. 302, to Joseph llooth,
bounded nnd described as follows:
llegtnnlng at a point on Junction
of walls at northwest corner of L. C.
A. irGG to Kealaau, sahrpoint bear
ing by true azimuth 223 19', 5708
feet, frov the Puownina Trlnngula
tlon Station, nnd 147 24', 41 feet,
from nn Iron pin on tho upper side
of the road, and running by true
(1) 129 28', 179.9 feet, along
land of C. W. Itooth to driven
(2) 223 38', 234.8 feet along
same to cross cut on Mnukn,
face of rock;
(3) 309 M', 171 feet along
snjne to outside edge ot stone
In" wall marked with 'cross;
(4) 312" 10', 130 feet along L.
C. A. ,1081 to Kane across
toad to middle of stream;
(G) Southeasterly and south
westerly along the middle ot
tlio Btrcam to a cross cut on
lock In stream, tho direct
azimuth nnd distance . being
8 39', 4G0.4 feet;
() 141" 40', 17.7 feet to cross
cut on tint top ot large rock
on bunk of stream;
(7) 128 GO', 51.4 feet along
Kanhaukukul to driven Iron
pipo on Kuuunn;
(5) 127 20', 09.4 feet along
Bnnio to driven Iron vdpo:
(9) 21C 03', 4G.G feet along
Oram 2G9C to Kauakaolo to
dilven Iron pipe on kuauna;
(10) 139' 18'. 09.3 feet along
same to driven Iron pipe on
(It) 237" GB', 42.2 feet along
same to Iron pin nt corner of
(12), 147- 24', 192.C feet olong
same across road to the -Initial
point, nnd containing nn
area of 3.22 acics, u little
more of less.
You aro horcby cited to appear at
the Court of Land Hcglstratlon. to
bo "held at tho City and County of
Honolulu on tho 2Gth day ot October,
A. D. 1909, nt ten o'clock in the
forenoon, to show tauso If any you
havo, why the piaycr of Bald peti
tion should not be grunted. And
unlcbs you appear at said Court at
tho tlmo and plnce aforesaid your
default will bo recorded, nnd the
said petition will bo taken as con
fessed, and you will be forover
buried fiom contesting said petition
or any decree entered thereon.
Witness tho Honorable W. J. ItOU
INSON.IJudgo of said Court, this
27lh day of Sepfeinbor, In the year
nineteen hundred and nine.
Attest with Seal of said Court:
(Seal) M. T. S1MONTON,
442G Sept.28, Oct. G, 12, 19.
'ii ii .. ,
A CHECKERED ANSWER.
"Hullo, mate; "ow Is It you ain't
"Well, IfB like this; I works at a
domino -factory und I putB ou the
spots und they are making double
blanks today!" London Opinion.
Premier Stolypln 1ms again Bent a
cliculnr to Itiisslun governors general
of thu dUtiicts under martial law. In
stiuctlng them to lestrlct tho appli
cation of tlio death penalty as much
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FRIDAY NEXT, Oct. i
SCRAP 18 AIRED
GALLANTRY. OF H0RCH
EARNS STIFF SENTENCE.
Saves Young Lady From Dramatic
ixit iTom nejtaurant and
Places the Fist of Chivalry in
the Eye of Celestial.
Tlio black eye of Ah Yong wus the
piece do resistance In tho Police Com t.
this morning, and the law belnr Inter
ested In the manner in which he feci
It, It occupied tho attention of Judge
Andrado for some tlmo.
Ah Yong accused J. J. Morcii of
having "handed him one" with disas
trous results to his starboard lamp
and Morcii eventually paid $25 nnd
costs for tho privilege, although it
was not so much for his pugilistic abil
ities as for "buttln' In" on other peo
A young lady graced with charming
title of Komalo was tho causae Ik-UK
Ah Yong having commenced to throw
her .out of his restaurant on King und
ltlver streets by swinging her around
his head by tho neck. The gailr.ntiy
of Morch thereupon took fire und h)
hit tho Celestial in the Blghtseelug
department. Ah Yong took tlio count
and afterwards reported the damage
to Chief ot Detectives Joo Leal. Morcii
wob Bcntcnccd to twenty-live days on
government grub, but the sentence of
Imprisonment was changed to a lln-j
of 26 on his own request.
The trial of August Splllner of V.'al
pahu on an assault and "battery cliuige
resulted In the Imposition of n fine
of $25 und casts. Ah Chock, tho pins
ccutlng witness, stated on tho witness
stand that tho defendant entered his
loom, bound his hands together, mid
look him to the plantation omco, wucio
after a consultation with Splllnor'ri
Kin, he was taken away. As the wit
ness didn't understood English ho pre
tended not to know tho cause or rea
son for SplUner's conduct.
O. F. Tiller, originally arrested on
a charge of assaulting a Portuguese
hoy and then ou a charge of stealing i
watch from an employe, of tho O. U X
L. Co., has been given a chance to cf
faco himself 'from tho map of Hawaii.
His case, which was to conio up (hits
morning, wan continued until tomor
low, but nobody will ask any quo"-'
tlons It ho departs on tho Alameda.
As n matter ot fact ho has alrctly
mado arrangements through his attoi
ucy, Leon Strauss, to depart on that
boat. Judge Andrado hinted a winn
ing' on the folly of ever returning, In
timating that 6. F. was an undesirable
For throwing a glass bottle In the
road T, Lane, of Innocent and vlitiinus
aspect, was requested to dig In his
Jeans to tho tuno of $1G and costs.
Tho court, when Imposing sentence,
remarked that It was a very bad thing,
moro especially a the bottle broke
thus breaking also county laws,
Ioo Cheo Mun's case, peculiar
among locnl court records because his
attorney, K. O. Peters, has challenged
tho validity of tho complaint because
September was abbreviated, went over
untlj Thursday.- Peters, while denying
that ho accused the prosecution of bad
faith, hinted nt an abuse bf tho pqwer
granted tho prosecution over a man
out on u suspended sentence. The
technicality raised over tho abbrevia
tion covers a-comlng tilt between Pet
ers and Prosecutor Ilrown that-wlll bo
J, C. Cluuoy, arraigned for heedless
driving, was not tried this morning
s tho principal witness) against him
Is unable to leave the hospital. Ills
case wns i-et over for ono week. C'u
ley rnii douu tho Japanese Consul
Ueuernl, Mr. Uyeiio, severely Injuring
Ii I til and tho driver of his carriage,
Cliincy will probably pay high for his
Ilnkagl wna fined $5 nnd costs for
renting bicycles without a license tu
do bo. C- H. Welch, an expert drink
nitlst, cumo up for his fifth conviction,
his fourth not ct being n ilfty old.
Two Jags in ns many days, together
with the misfortune of having been
caught nt both of them, earned him u
sentence of hIx days retirement.
Joe Sllva was convicted of assault
ing Lee Olbsou and pcuteuced to trdrty
days in limbo. Tills was afterwards
changed to a fine of $30 at his own re
CITY FATHERS IN
Pulled Off After
Tho Hoard of Supervisors nearly
pulled off n short executive scss'ton
last night, had it not yeen for wire
less connections tho nowspnper re
pot tors had with tho council cham
ber. All of the fireworks nnd reg
ular business was appaiently over,
nnd tho City Fathers weie looking
longingly nt the clock. Somo of thi
officials began to drift out, and the
scribes hurried nwuy to other voca
tions. Then n smoldering volcano broko
tno activity, and things had a noise
like "new business." The Hoard ot
Supervisors suddenly came to order,
and, bb If by n pre-arranged program,
a "very Importnnt" matter was ills
cussod. Its details havo not all
leaked out. but City and County Hu
glncer Ocro was the ','goat." H ap
pears that Aylett and others had
discovered that tho voto they, took
some time slnco on tho appointment
of an Inspector for (lore's olllco wna
not oxnetly legal.
After much argument, It was de
cided that It had all been done
"wiong sldo out," and that either
tho Inspector must -get out or a new
one bo appointed,
"Hut, gentlemen," protested "Mr.
Gere, "you are responsible for tho
naming of my Inspector. Yon nu
thorlzed his appointment, and I went
ahead nnd named him on yiii
authority. It places mo In a very
Tho Supervisors thought the mat
ter over, lind nftor argument decid
ed the Job must bo done over. So
thoy got ,out the books, dug up thu
ordinance and voted again, this tlmo
"legally," bo that Clarke, tho Inspec
tor, is safe on hMne base, although
for a tlmo thoy had him going.
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