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EVKN1N0 P.H.t.I3TiN. HONOLULU. T. H. SATI'IWAY, FI5I1. 3. 1000.
THE MEDICAL SENSATION OF THE AQE-THE DISCOVERY OF PERUNA
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Saturday, Jan. 27 2378
Monday, Jan. 29 2123
Tuesday, Jan. 30 2105
Wednetday, Jan. 31 21 18
Thurtday, Feb. 1 21 16
Friday, Feb. 2 22 1
Average Dally Circulation . . 2175
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
Tuesday. Jan. 30, 1906 2329
Number of Weeklies delivered on
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SEAM nmry. A. D. 1906.
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Notary Public, Honolulu, County of
FEU. 3, 1D0C.
The Ciar jiromlsen to reimburse laud
holders for property they hnvc sold ti'
tho peasants. I'ayltig the peasants for
their years of toll would be more to
Cables on the status of the transport
Meade are not especially clear. Tli.
damage reported has varied from thou
kanUs of dollars to twenty-live. It Ii
hardly probable, however, that an el
leged twenty-five dollar Injury to car
go would delay the steamlr ten days.
Land Commissioner Dratt appears td
have a lot of friends In Walohlnu. What
the public wants to know Is how many
uf the settlers are bona fide appllrnuu
for land with the purpono of cultlvntinp
the soil themselves, ami how many
expect to take up Innd with the purpop
of organising n .orporatlou and hlrinc
Japanese 10 do me agricultural labor?
Tho diniiulty with the present con
tempi situation seems to be that the
law was changed to suit (ondltlous
when the other fellow was In couienipi
nnd wanted to keep out of Jull Thai
Is one of the standing difficulties with
tho whe plans laid by ulleged wise men
tif lliuvnil. They are forever foirfettlm
tho real Justice In any proposition, also
Hint In the course of events conditions
mny In- reveri-ed. and the inaniifiu tui
cr caught in his own trap. ,
GOOD ROADS FOR NATION
Hawaii has had tho subject of good
roads "on the bralu" since industry
and energy nnd progress began to bo
felt In the development of tho Island
districts. "Ulvo us good roads" has
been the ry from town and count! y
legislators an sweur to It that thu peo
plo of Ilawnll are nover satisfied until
they get thorn.
Alto be It said to our credit that tho
various Legislatures or the old central
llzed system of government anil now
tho Supervisors or tho Counties have
devoted themselves to tho satisfaction
of this general demand with very ex
Tho public sentiment of tho Terri
tory is such that It should have nu Im
mediate friendship for what is known
os tho "llrownlow 13111" movement be
fore Congress. The measure ardently
urged by Congressman W. I'. Drown
low of Tennessee provides for n fiov
frnment subsidy in road construction.
It is a long step townrd paternal gov
ernment for tho United States to take
nnd many sessions mny pass Into his
tory beforo Iliownlow will be success,
ful. Tho Inlluenco of tho auto, hm
ever, Is having Its effect In arousing
thu residents of tho city to tho needs
of the country. Tho men of the coun
try 1'nve always been nwako to tho sit
uation. With these combined forces,
It would seem feaslblo that eventually
Congress could bo convinced of tho
necessity ror aiding tho construction
of main roadB throughout the country.
New York Is currying out the samu
plan In providing ror thu construction
of Stnto roads.
Congressman llrownlow has written
of his purposo and his umbltlons for
good roads In an nrtldo published by
Collier's. In this ho says a great many
things to which Huwall will respond
with a hearty "kokua". Among others
"Tho proposition to hav.o tho (lov
eminent aid the States In tho Improve
ment of highways, as embodied In the
bills now beforo Congress, means only
to dlBchargo a national obligation. Tho
Government belongs to the people. In
Us control there Is a community uf In
terest Involved. Tho necessity for
Government aid to good roads Is so
plainly apparent that It Is outside tho
domain of controversy. Dad roads In
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I Other Remedies Failed Pc-runa Cured. I Cured In Four Weeks of Severe " H V V"f,. , filtl. r-n ri'n
Mrs. Chas. Stelnccke, Stoughton, Wis., write!
"My experience with I'cruna has been moil pleasing. Ily carelessly lear
Slug a heated ball room I got thoroughly chilled and caught n hoary cold
which settled on my lungs. I woro a protector, took many remedies for
cold without succois. Ith my other troubles I had catarrh of tho bead.
"Peruna was recommended to me and I bought a bottle and soon began
to Improve. I kept on taking It and It cured me from all my troubles,
lam pleased to testify to Its merits."
The World's Greatest Medicine
Tho rapid growth of tho l'oruna Medi
cine Company Is as phenomenal In tho
business world as tho universal )xipu
larlty of their famous remedy, l'eruna.
Tho plant covers a number of acres,
and employes lovcral hundred people
No other medicine firm In tho world
reaches anything llko tho volume of
business done by Dr. llartman's firm.
Although l'eruna Is a proprietary
medicine, tho dctallsof ltscompoundlni;
fcro no secret and nothing gives Dr.
Ilsrtman greater plcauro than to shbw
tuo many friends of l'eruna all tho os.
For special directions everyone
nose wisning direct correspondence witn ur. nartman ana can wait
Denson. Smith & Co. will suppl the retail drug trade In Honolulu.
the United States cost the producing
peoplo $1,3011,11(111 every twenty-four
hours. This drain Is fearful; It Is
deadening the national life, and Is it
national dlsiiraci-. (looil roads develop
good people. The wagon roads lire the
highways along which civilization and
development move. Tho Ituiul I'reo
Delivery In our I'osial Service Is doing i
much to nwaUeii our Congressmen to
I In- needs of the country loads, audi
the development or thu touring uuio
tnobllo Is bringing the uiuuu pupula-
tlon to buttur understand the highway
needs or the nation. Every Interest of!
our people demands guud roads, und ,
wo can only have thum through ai
great uutlotml movement, tho (iuveru
liienl or the United States leudlng the
"In conclusion: About one-third or
our people bear tho totul cost of tho
construction nnd Improvement of tho
common roads. The people of the clt-1
tes nnd towns, ecpially Interested In'
these roads, pay nuthlng to keep up
bettermenls, but they du pay an enor
mous cost minimally for tho presence ofi
l.n.l t.in.la n a I lifiv.t twitntii.l .till rriii.
problem or the age Is yet to be solved.
Shall we have ('ovurniiicnl aid ami n
syxtt in or bcleiitilli-nlly constructed
roads, blazing the wuy to such pros
perlty. such peace and contentment as
the country never yet has known, or
tiru we to go on 111 the old century-rid-lien
nils laid ulong the trull ot tho bi
son nnd the deer by tho fathers of the
ltepuhlle? Will the peoplu let their
i Senators and Representatives sleep
upon u hill which piovldes for their
paramount need? (loud roads may be
come law during tho llfo of tho Kitty
ninth Congress It the people thorn
telvos demand It. Hut without tho dc
maud tioin tho people, Congress will
FELL DOWN CLIFF
(SprclMl to The TlHllctln)
Wnlluku, Feb. 2.. A youug I'orto
Hlcan working on the new lao valley
load saved his llfo In n very miraculouj
liiuiiner hist Thursday, lie was work
ing on a ledge about one hundred feet
above the a ream. As ho lifted his pick
with the Intention of taking out u bill
boulder, the pick dropped from his
hand and the Impetus made him lose
his balance and he fell dowu the steep
precipice. A guava bush half way
down wus the means of i-avtug him
from instant death. As he was rolling
. down head first, with great presence of
mind ho grasped tho otoOmnglng
I branch of a guava bush nnd lie clung
to It with dcath-llkc grip until he came
to himself again, and then crawled
I back slowly to the road above to rc-
'celve the congratulations of his fellovt
I workers ror his lucky escape rrom
, horrible death, for the stream bidow
was a mass of big boulders
sentlal processes by which Tenuis Is
A Doctor's Prescription.
For years Dr. Hartman used l'eruna
In his private praetlco as a regular
prescription. Ho hnd no thought of
manufacturing It or advertising It as a
proprietary medlelno until there was a
demand msdo upon him by his many
friends, who clamored fur the original
Forty Thousand Patients.
Dr. HarUnan estimates that he must
havo prescribed l'eruna for over forty
thousand patients lwforo It was sdver-
Used as a proprietary medicine.
ihould read "The Ills of Life," a copy
(Kjixial to 7io llullttln)
Wnlluliii. l-'eli. .--The excc-utlvo of
the Republican County Committee wll
meet In Wailiikit next Monday, nth In
Hunt, to iIIhi uss matters of vital lutci
ist tu this county.
The Hoard of Supervisors will meet
as usual cu Tuesday, Otli Instant, unu
will probably adjourn next Thursday
or Friday. The Territorial Auditor hai
written to the County Auditor rclntlv-j
lo the Issuance of county warrants by
the Auditor, the system heretofore be
ing somen hut slightly In variance with
the system now in vogue In the Terri
torial Auditor's oluVe. Tho first .
NUUANU VALLEY! 1-3 aero
well Improved, with all kinds
of fruit trees, 6-room cottage
HOUSE and LOT at Punahou.
Size of lot 75 x 126; modern
HOUSE and LOT, Maklkl St.
Lot 60x90; modern cottage,
Trust Co., Limited.
:OB. FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8.,
IIM !' Will
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MIm Josto Schsotzcl, 11,
Applcton, Wis., writes)
"I contracted a sevoro cold which
settled on my lungs in very short
order and it was not long until it de
veloped Into a serious case of catarrh.
Every morning I would raise a lot of
phlegm, which was very disagreeable.
My digestion was poor and my lungs
"After a tew doses of l'eruna, I be
gan to mend, and felt that It I kept on
taking It, It would not be long until I
would be well. I was right, for In four
weeks l was well again.
"I think l'eruna Is a grand medicine,
and wish to add my tentimony to tho
many others you iiavc."-JoloKchaotzol
Pc-ru-na Removes the Cause of
l'eruna has no bad effects upon the
system and gradually eliminates ca
tarrh by removing tkocauio of catarrh.
Thero aro a multitude of homes whero
l'eruna has been, used off and on for
of which surrounds each bottle. Pe
tne necessary delay in receiving a rep
tern was Instituted by Mr. Visiter ill
order to simplify tho work or the Conn
ty Auditors, but ho feels now that the
latter are capable of carrying the Ter
rltorlnl system. Mr. Fisher, therefoic,
demnmls that the County Auditor must
Issue warrants on the County Treosur
ir ror payment of nil claims against
the lounty. iiicl tn dlsioutlnuu the pres
ent system of sending simply the up
j proved vniu hers to the County Trein
I urer, anil for the latter to Issue wai
I lauts iitcordlngly It Is understood that
the llounl of Supervisors do not feel
I Kindly disposed towards tho new sys
tem ami will likely delermln on the
j use of the old simple system. Jlowevi r
! U such a condition of affairs will hap
pen, County Auditor Wilcox will be
given mi opportunity lo provo his nub
ile us he has not yet expressed lib
opinion whether to follow tho Co int. J
i Supervisors or Section SO of the Coun
ty AH, whlih slates that "It shall be
me iiuty of enili County Auditor In
WE ARE NOW SHOWING A LINE
AT SPECIAL PRICES, 8ALE TO
CONTINUE TILL ALL
These silks are warranted to be per
fect In every particular, and at the
prices quoted are exceptional bar
gains: Fancy Silks, stripes, etc 75 yd.
Oriental Pongee, colored dots.75J yd,
Ponglnettc, mixed silk and linen
Chiffon Taffeta, all colors. 1,00 yd.
LouHlne Silks, all colors. .$1.00 yd.
14-lnch Silk Mull, white with
black dots, reduced from $3.50
1 Dress Pattern, Flowered Silk
Mull, reduced from $50 to $25
Hand Embroidered Linen Shirt
waist Patterns . , . .$5 to $13 each
Flowered Datlstes and Organdies.
English Madras Shirtings, all white
35i Per yard
u. No. i, V9damjIt. Trtsy. N.Y fi' '
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Given Up By Doctors
Miss Margrot Fahey, 4l Adams street, Troy, N. Y., wrltcsi
"We have used Peruna In our family for years and I am very pleased
to say that It cured me of catarrh of the lungs when the doctors gave up
all hope of my recovery.
"I used l'eruna for six months and at tho end of that time my cough had
disappeared, my appctlto was much better and I had gained ten pounds and
looked Koplcturo of health.
"I am In perfect health, now, and feel that l'oruna not only cures catarrh,
but builds up tho system, nnd Is therefore a grand medicine." Margret
Itt -- iM'H..'1'.H'iimi
l'eruna Is not llko so many other
remedies that pass away as soon as tho
first few bottles aro used. Thu longer
Peruna is used In any community, tho
more popular it becomes,
Pc-ru-na Actually Cures.
Tho reason why l'eruna lias lieenmo a
standard catarrh remedy tho world over
Is simply becauso It cures catarrh.
r'una Is for sale by all chemists and druggists at one dollar per bottle or six bottles for five dollars.
y, should address Dr. s. u. Hartman,
too Hint tho Instructions of said Tcrrl I
orlnl Auditor arc cttrrlcf
(fprclttl to Thr llullrllii)
Walluku. .Maul, Feb. :'. Tho oluiers
of the (lee Kuug Tung Society gave ill)
elaborate Chinese dinner or "Vat fan"
ttt Till Chung's establishment last Sat
urday afternoon. Among the Invited
t'.ucsts were Hon. A. N. Kepolkal am
Mhssi-h. K. II. Hart. W. T. Robinson
(en. Weight. W. F. Crockett, I', (lood
nets, M. Kaiihlwnhii, Dr. W. H. lloote
Cant. W. U. Dal and others.
Un Sunday, January I'K, Dang Wing
uf Chung Yuen Co., Knhuliil, enter
tained n numb.-r of his native and huolc
friends to n Knnohl dinner. The gen
lleuieu sat down to tho first table, while
the second table was reserved for the
exclusive use ot the Indies. While thi
gentler sex wre enjoying the hospital
Ity of their genial host, one of the gen
lleineti present advanced to the tabl
whero liie Indies were seated nnd set ofl
u bunch of fire crackers in iionnr of tin
"Chinese (loddess of llemity." For i.
UP TO DATE STYLES
Made On The Premises
By Skilled White Labor
L. B. KERR & GO. Ltd
Cured By Peruna.
This explains why l'eruna has bo-
eomo so popular. It cures calami.
This is an amply sudlelent reason why
it should becumo popular.
Catarrh Is almost universal. Catarrh
Is difficult to euro. Tho doctors do not
caro to treat cases of catarrh at all.
It therefore follows that when a rem
edy Is duvlned that can bo used in tho
homu at a moderate cost, such a remedy
should Inevitably bucomo popular.
Columbus, Ohio, u. S. A.
New Process Gas Ranges
These have been bought at prices nuch below the market on ac
count of our taking a whole consignment.
The goods aro well known and we are able to sell them upon spe.
dally favorable terms.
Blue Flame Oil Stoves
An assortment Just to hand by tho "Gerard C. Tobey."
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
while the banquet hall was enveloped
111 smoke, but thu ladles stuck to the
festlvu board like veterans, fearing It
might be n trick of tho gentlemen to
ilourlvu them of tho kind hospitality ol
their Oriental host. At uny rule, the
ladles very much appreciated tho In
tinvntlon provided for their especial
gmiisement, and they now proudly du
vlnre that they hnvo thus rightly ob
tained the envlublo title of "Modern
Maids of Orleans," won not on tho cruel
field of battle amidst tho raging ol
ioniums nnd musketry, but within tlu
peaceful walls of tho banquet hall, nuo
ivhnt more, they all emerged "i'rom the
bang-bang and thick smoko of lire
irnckeis without accident or even tho
least scratch, They were very brave
Among the pussengers on tho Klnuu
this morning from Hawaii was C. Horn
well, who for ten years was engliicci
on tho 1'cpeckco sugnr plantation. Ill
Is accompanied by his wife. ICrncst
Parker, Frank llnlstend and K. I. Low
from tho Parker ranch, were also pas
tenners on the Klnuu.
Cheong lino and Ah Moon were ar
rested Just beforo noon by tho police
for operating a cho fa lottery. Then
were put under bonds of $50 each to
HOUSES TO LET
Bargains in Kaimuki Lots
HOMES FOR SALE
RENT and COMPANY
nor jije. Washington, D.c
entirely Cured By Several
uottics or i'c-ru-tia.
Miss Ella M. Mlllor, ono of Wash
ington's society girls, writes from 110
F street, N. E., 'Washington, D. C, as
"Willi pleasure I recommend your
medicine for catarrh of the head.
Having taken several bottles, I find
myself entirely cured. I cannot praise
Peruna too highly." -Ella m. Miner.
Pc-ru-na Contains No Narcotics.
Thero aro a great many catarrh cures
In tho world. Tho most of them aro
local applications. 1'ow of them aro to
tie used Internally.
Unfortunately alargonumbor of these
catarrh remedies, especially tho ones
prescribed by tho doctors, contain nar
cotics of some sort. Cocaine, opium,
whisky, and other narcotics arc used.
These remedies glvo temporary relief.
Tho patient thinks ho Is better right
away. In a fow wcoks, however, huMls
covers his mistake. Not only is his ca
tarrh no hotter, but ho has acquired the
habit of using somo narcotic. This
happens in a multltudo of cases.
One reason why Peruna has
found permanent use In so many
homes Is that It contains no nar
colic of any kind.
Peruna Is perfectly harmless. It
can be used any length of time
without acquiring a drug habit.
SMALL TIDAL WAVE.
Hllo, Feb. 1. People along the water
front at CHO last night had n shoe',
which lusted but a few minutes but
wns strong during that time. Without
a moment's notice the sen receded and
that part of the ocean bed a few hun
dred yards from shore wns as dry &4
tho Hed Sen when Moses crossed dry
shod. Then In a moment tho water
camu shoreward and covered the floor
of tho old wharf ut tho foot of Wala
nucniie stieet. Tho waters rushed up
the Walluku until Instead of the wutor
coming over the bank, It llowcd up
strenm. This Is the firBt wave of uny
size since 1881. No damage was done
nt this time, the tracks ot tho Hllo Hull,
road Co. wcro covorcd between Wala
ken nnd tho depot uptown, but lh
trnln came In as usual. Herald.
It Is Cool
THESE DAYS '
JU8T THE PLACE TO 8PEND
The best of everything:
ALL SORT8 OF AMU8EMENT,
,ALL KINDS Olr RECREATION,
ALL THE COMFORTS OF HOME.
Tickets' and Information at Oahu
Railway station and Trent & Co., or
ring up Hatalwa Hotel, King, S3.
On -Sundays the Halelwa Limited, .
two-hour tr. 'n, leaves at 8!22 a. m.;
returnr:j, srilvea In Honolulu at 10:10'