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T. It., gATUftPAV, JAN 27, 1906.
He veals That "Pc-ru-na is Calculated, to
Tone up the System, llestore the func
tions and Procure Health."
SO SAYS PROF. L. J.
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Trof. li. J. Miller, lato Professor cf Chemistry and Botany ot the nigh School
f Ypsllantl, Mich., write from 3E7 K.Clark Street, Chicago, 111., as follow:
"As several ot rav friend have tnoken to ma of tho faiorablo result obtained
tln-tiugli the use of 1'cruna, cteclally In cases of catarrh, I examined It most
thoroughly to learn Itscontcnts.
"I found It composed of extracts of herbs and barks of most Talnablo medicinal
-$aUltIc combined with other Ingredients, delicately balancn), calculated to tono
vp the system, rcstoro tho functions and procure health.
"I consider Peruna one ot the most Mkltl fully and scientifically prepared
BCdlclnes, which the public can use with safety and success." I'ROF. L. J.
for special direction! everyone should read "The III of Life," a copy ot which surround eaoh bottle. Peruna
b for tale by all chemist and druggUU at one dollar per bottle or tlx bottle for five dollar.
Those wishing direct correspondence with Dr. Hartman and can wait the necessary delay In receiving reply
should address Dr. 8. B. Hartman, Columbus, Ohio, U. 8. A.
Benton. Smith & Co. will supply tho retail drug trad In Honolulu.
Are our best advertisement.
We make It a point to satisfy,
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Hon. Jo-eph II. llldgoay, Secretary
of tho Amcrliail Alitllrent Society,
writes tlio follow Ing letter from tit
Oram! Central Hotel, Ht. 1'oul, Mlnn.i
"Ills with great pkasuro that I en.
dorio l'eruiia as
an honest medi
to do all It
claims. I hare
ued It several
times and know
of nothing that
cures so com
ptotoly, and at
the ramo tlmo
builds up tho
"I havo rec
ommended It to
a number of my
friends and always feel that I do thorn a
Rcrvlco for I know how satisfactory the
results Invariably aro. I only wish
every family had a bottle It would save
much sickness and doctor bills." Joseph
Tel Ilotttr Tlisn for Tin YMm."
Mr. Jamca B. Taylor. Ilobcrts, Ind-
"I am at tho prcsont tlmo entirely
well. I can eat anything I ever could.
I took flvo bottles of 1'cruna, and feel
hotter now than I have for flvo years.
I havo doctoral with other doctors oft
and on for fifteen years, so I can rccom
mend your mcdlclno very highly for
stomach troubles. I tako great pleasnr
In thanking you for your freo advice
and 1'cruna." James 11. Taylor.
I Enjoy my Meats n I Vied to."
Mr.J.W.Pritchard, Wolf Lake, Ind,
" I am pleased to say that I havo been
cured of catarrh of tho stomach by l'e
Tuna. I could hardly cat an thing that
agreed with mo. Ilcforo I would get
half through my meal my stomach
would fill with gas causing mo much
distress ami unpleasant feelings for an
hour or two after each meal. Hut,
thanks to our Peruna, I am now com
pletely cured, and can cat anything I
want to without any of tho distressing
symptoms. I can now enjoy my meals
as I used to do, and It Is all duo to Dr.
Hartman and hU wonderful medicine,
"It has been ono year slnco I waa
cured, and I am all O. K. jet, so I know
I am curcd.'W. W. I'rltchard.
Dyspepsia Is a very common phase of
summer catarrh. A remedy that will
euro catarrh of ono location will euro It
anywhere, l'ernna cures catarrh wher
etcr located. That It Is a prompt and
permanent euro for catarrh of the
stomach tho nlo o letters testify.
Ityoudonotdcrho prompt and satis
factory results from tho wo ut Peruna,
wrlto at onco to Dr. Hartnptn, giving a
full statement of your caso and ha will
bo pleased to gtvo you his valuablu ad'
Address Dr. Hartman, President ot
The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus,
If you have never tried
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do so at once. It le superior to any gin
In the market and finds favor wher
For sale at all leading hotel and
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Directory published for tho Hawaiian
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PIONEER MILL COMPANY, LTD.
The stock books ot tho Pioneer Mill
Co, Ltd, will be closed for transfers
from January 29th to February 1st,
both dates Inclusive
Treasurer, Pioneer Mill Co, Ltd.
Ills Britannic Majesty's Consul here-
by notifies that Mr. Thcophllus Cllvo
Davles has this day bean appointed
British Vice-Consul, for tho Territory
of Hawaii, at Honolulu.
British Consulate, Honolulu, Janu
nry 27, 190C.
mass, serman, collodion,
school. 3 p. ra. ItOBury.
Tho Supreme Court today Issued no
tlco of Important changes In Its rules
"Repeal ot Ilulo 7 and amendment!
ot Rules 8 an 1 11.
"Rulo 7, entitled ' Transcripts of Cvl
denco" Is hereby repeated as follow c:
"Rule 8, entitled "Record on Appeal,
Error and Exceptions.' Is lierebl
amended by adding thereto the follow-.
ing. to tako cfiect February l, isou:
"4. On appeal of error from a clr
cult court, circuit Judge or district
magistrate, the plaintiff In error or
appellant thall. within no days aftct
suing out tho writ or completing the
appeal, or within such further time as
may be allowed by a Justice of this
court or n Judge or magistrate of the
lower court, fate In the lower rourt a
statement of the parts of tho record
und paper which he desires certified
and forthwith sene on the achcrse par
ty a copy of such statement The ad
erse party within ten dajs thcrcaftci
may file In the same court a statement
ot additional parts ot the record and
papers which he desires certified, It
ho shall not do so, he shall be held to
have consented to n hearing on the
part designated by plalntllt in error
anil appellant Only the parts so des
ignated shall bo certtllcd and transmit
ted to this court and considered ! It
if it shall nppcar that nny material
part of tho record or papers has not
been certified and transmitted, tho writ
or appeal may be dismissed or such
other order made as tho court deems
"G The part) desirous of hrlngtng a
caso, to this court on error, appeal ot
qxccptlons shall mute tho nuccsMir)
partB of tho record nnd papers to be
certified und transmitted to this court
not moro than twenty days after the Is
suance of tho writ, completion of the
appeal or allowance ot the bill ot excep
tions, unless ucroro its expiration the
time Is extended for a definite period
not exceeding twenty days at any one
time, by an order ot a Justice of this
court or a Judge or magistrate ot tho
lower court to be filed forthwith In thU
court If the samo aro not certified and
transmitted within the required time
the enso may be placed on tho calendar
and dismissed on motion ot the achcrse
party, nnd thereafter tho record and
papers shall not be filed In this rourt
or tho case placed on the calendar tin
less by order of the court
"Rule II, entitled 'Remittitur.' Is
hereby amended by striking out the sec.
onu paragraph thereof.
ANOTHER lo AS
Tho third death a tho result of tho
wreck on tho Ewa plantation railroad
occurred last night when a Porto Ill-
can died. Ho had had his leg cut off
and was also Injured Internally. Sev
eral of tho other men on tho train at
tho time arcs still In a serious condi
tion. However, their rccoiory is hop
ed for. Sheriff Drown Investigated
tho cause of vtho wreck yesterday, but
no arrests have been made.
Tho coroner's Jury Is Investlpmlng
and will meet Tuesday morning, wheu
It Is probable the verdict will be de
TJ. 8. Weather Durcau,
Temperatures 0 a. m, C5; 8 a, m
G8; 10 n. m , C9; noon, 74; mornlngmln-
Barometer, 8 a. m, 30 02: absolute
humidity, 8 a. m , 6 134 grains per
LUblc foot; relathe humidity, 8 a. m.
K2 per cent; dew point, 8 a. m, C3.
wind C a. m, eloclty 6, direction
S.; 8 a, m, velocity 7. direction N. W.j
10 a. m , velocity 5, direction N.; noon,
cloclty G, direction N.
Rainfall during 24 nours ended 8 a.
m , .82 Inch.
Total wind movement during 24
hours ended at noon, 152 miles.
ALEX. McC. ASHLEY,
Soctlon Director, U. S. Weather Bu
Hllo, Jan. 25. A sad accident hap
pencd at tho Ookalaiinlll on Tuesday
night, nnd resulted in tho death of J.
II. Richard ot Lnupahoehoe. It ap
pears that he was on the night shift im
sugar boiler, and In some way ono nf
the pans become heated through stenm
leaking into one of the colls and gen
Mated so much pressure that the man
hole plate blew off, carrying with It a
lot ot scalding Juice which fell on thu
unfortunate )oung man, burning hli
back and head severely. Medical as
sistance was Immediately summoned
and eerythlng possible done to allev
late his sufferings, and tho Indications
were at first good for his recovery, but
on Tuesday night he took a bad turn
and died from the shock to his Bystom.
LAST FREE COOKING LES80N.
Mlsa Tracy' lecture on Wednesday
morning at tho Hawaiian Hotel will
bo the last of tho series ot Freo Cook
ing Lessons given under the auspices
ot the Honolulu Oas Co., Ltd, Some
lew requests yet remain and these will
bo demonstrated at this lesson, Tho
menu Includes FrlcasBco Chicken,
Breaded Veal Cutlets, Baked Lemon
Pudding and Caramel Custard.
The lesson begins promptly at 10
o clock. All are cordially invited.
Miss Tracy will lecture to the Jap-
ancso student at I Ishlmura'a cook-
Ing school, Kukul street near Nuuanu
street, on Monday oenlng, January
29th, at 8 o'clock.
Aiau. ....& MirtLth.A ,...
Our 1906 8hirt Waists
ARE NOW ON SALE
Prices range from 85c. upward
Short And Long Sleeves
Many of the Finer Waists are just Samples
one of each
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New moon Jan 21th at C.S8 a in.
Ihe tides at Kaaulul and nilo occur
about an hour earlier than at Hono
lulu. Hawaiian Standard Time 1 lOh 30m
slower than Oreenwlch time, being
that ot thu meridian of 157.30. Tho
lime whistle blows at 1:30 p. m which
Is the same a Oreenwtsb. Oh Om.
Friday, January 20
Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Scarle, from
Walmanalo. 7:30 p. m.
Stmr Iwalanl, Plltz, from nicclc,i0,
II.IAn m .lll. JlVm 1mm aI .(l.a. tOttl
.. UVJ ... .1 , nit.t tvvv lU Ul DUH..
Stmr. Ke An Hon, Tullctt, from Ha
waii, ll.CS p. m, with 3100 bags of
Saturday, January 27.
A.-If. S. S. Xebraskan, Wecdon, from
San Kranclsco, 8.10 a. m.
Stmr. Klnnu, Freeman, from Hllo
und way ports, 11:15 a. m.
stmr. Noeau, l'edcrson, rrom val
men, 10:30 a. in, with sugar.
Stmr I.lltellke. Naopala, from Mo
lokal, Maul and I-nnal ports, 8:E6 a. m.
Trlday, January 2G.
Stmr. Claudlne, Parker, for Maul
uorts and Hllo. at C p. in.
Stmr. W. O. Hall, S. Thompson, for
Kauai ports, S p. m.
Saturday, January 27.
U. S A. T. Logan, Stlnsen, for San
Francisco, 9 a. m.
Br, bk. Bngelhorn, IfU, for New
castle, 9:30 a. m.
Br. bk. Dumfriesshire, Taylor, for
Eureka, p. m.
A.-H S. S. Ncbraskan, Wcedon, for
Kahulul, C p. m.
Stmr W O. Hall, 8. Thompson, from
Per stmr. Klnnu, from Hllo and way
ports, Jan 27 W. C. IMe, Mr. O.
Kdo, Mr. W. C. Ede, Miss La Voy,
Sam Wong, S. Ornce, V. Hurd, A. W.
T. Bottomley, M. R. Jamlcson. C. M.
L. Watson, Benjamin Asam, Brother
Sllvano, A. J. Spltzor, Frank Paao,'
J. W. Mason, Evan do Sllvn, William
Mutch, Geo. J. Campbell, N. Frahra,
U. Sckomoto, T. A. Burmlngham,
Miss M, M. Wight, T. Cllvo Davics,
E. A. Fraser, Master Sidney Fraser,
Master Jimmy Fraser, Mrs. D. A. Fra
ser, Miss Annlo Home, Mrs. W. L. I
Rose, A. Gartley, A. W. Todd, C. R.'
Frazter, T. Tsuchlyama, Mrs. Kamaka
Puuku, J. W. Nuhl, Makalo Kamaka,
Rov. J, Keklpl, Rev. J, Kealaula, tire.
M. Dudolt, Mrs. K. HoapIII, Dr. V. A.
Per stmr. Ltkellke, from Maul and
Molokal ports, Jan. 27 J. F. Brown,
Mr. Brown, Hugh McCorrlston, Miss
Gertrude McCorrlston, J D. McVeigh,
J. F Hunt, F. C. Palmer, Robt. ail
Admiral Georgo Beckloy of the
steamor Klnau report the following
sugar awaiting shipment on Hawaii:
Olaa, 18,600; Walakea, 7200; Hawaii
I Mill, 1500; Walnaku, 8160; Onomea,
21,500; Pepeckeo, 3000; llonomu, 4,.
000; Hakalau, 6100; Ookala, G000; Kit'
kalnu, 2000; Hamakua, 8550: Paau-
hau, 10,000; Honokaa, 700; KuUulha'
elo, 4450; Honuapo, G50.
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