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f . , "EVENING nUU.ETIN, llONOUULU. T. H SATURDAY, FED. 17. 1906.
Published Every Day Except Sunday,
n- 120 King Street, Honolulu,
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BY TAKING PE-RU-NA.
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Territory of Hawaii, )
Honolulu, Count of Oahu)
C. O 110CICUS. Business Mnnneer ol
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ted, being first duly sworn, on oath,
deposes and says: That tho following
Is a true and correct statement of cir
culation for tho week ending Febru
ary 16, 1906, of tho Dally and Week
It Editions of tho Eenlng Uullctln:
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
. . 2356
Average Dally Circulation
Circulation of Weekly
Tuesday, Feb. 13, 1906
Number of Weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hawaii alone... .1049
COMBINED guaranteed average
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Subscribed and sworn to be
fore me this 16th day of Feu
SEAL runry, A D. 1906. ,
P. H. nUUNETTE,
Nc'nry Public. Honolulu, County of
.KEH. 17. l'JOC.
It would hardly scorn natural ir Do
Wltte's withdrawal wero not regularly
Possibly the attorney for low-test
nils can explain why testing oil car
toes Is not an exact science.
Iloycotts are relics of nn ancient civ
ilization recently revived by tho Chin
ese. They are not products of public
America would ho money In pocket
snd saved a lot of worry If It couM
lake Venezuela In charge, as well as
I'canut statesmen usually adopt do
celt as n stock In trndo and treachery
us n weapon, and think they aro pon
Prance flrnlB Itself able to stibsldlzo
Its merchant marine, while poor old
Uncle Sam. reputed to be of greater
wealth, has to go begging year after
Jim Hill's steamers do not want for
rumors that tbvy aro coming or local
' itnxltty that all theso rumors bu true.
The only thing lacking Is an order
Where are the Palama Improvement
Clubs nnd the KuKaako Improvement
Clubs? Aro tho people most in need
nf instruction to bo allowed to shift for
It may be reassuring to some for the
fitnto Department to announco the re
iclpt of n cnblo from Shanghai that nnjoina. 26,780 i Walaken, 15.500; Hawaii
outbreak is not feared. Thu activity
in tho War Department tolls a very
It Is sometimes better to say that
Honolulu hus many guests, but few
tourists Guests aro made to feel at
home. Tourists frequently think they
aro the mark of every person In search
of a stray dollar.
Thiro Is no doubt that the Queen's
Hospital needs assistance. Improve-1
ment Clubs might do worso than tako'
up a collection for the queens Hos
pital curb, and petition the County
Supervisors to take care of tho open
tulicrtg in the hospital vicinity.
Cvery pomon Interested In, the su
gar Industry of Hawaii will find a most
valuable table of sugar prices In this
issue. Tho price of centrifugals on
given dates for ten years past U
shown, thereby enabling ono to deter
mine thu relative position of thu quo
tations received from day to day.
The Queen's Hospital needs funds
to put In Its street curbs nnd thu
keep In step with tile march of Im
provement. Does this town Intend thai
an Institution like this hospital shall
lack for money? Is Hawaii so poverty
smltttn In public spirit that Its hos
pital as well ns Its library, shall gg
Here's a problem for tho Central Im.
provement Club to solve at Its first
What Is to be done, when you ask a
man to fix up his property a llttle.aml
he responds that he has not tho price?
The Improvement Club Committee
man who has not encountered this Is
When a multiplicity of workers ac
companies the multiplicity of clubs and
officials, then the army of Improve
ment will be a permanent force, It In
well to remember that more than ono I
commendable effort In Hawaii has1
been blighted by the rapidity with I
which it retolved Itself Into all top
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Te-ru-na a Necessity in the Home.
J. II. Alexander, Puhllnher of tho
"Fruit and Floral Guide, A Magastno
of llnrtli'iiltiirc," published in Hartford
City, Ind says of Poruuat
"I was allllctctl with catarrh of tho
thruat and head for over ten years. I
Win treated by many physician, but
grew w-orso until I was seldom ablo to
go out in cold weather.
I "About ono year ago I was advised to
I try IVruna, which I did, and I am now
I entirely well of tho catarrh.
"Peruna Is a necessity In our home.
With the first symptoms of a cold we
use It. and are never afflicted with ca
tarrh. "I advlso all who are aflllcled with
catarrh to try Peruna. There is cer
tainly nothing equal to It as a catarrh
medicine." J. II. Alexander.
Pe-ru-na is a Systemio Remedy.
If l'cruna will euro eir'h In nrc
plan-, it will euro It in spy other place,
bocauiu It is a systemio remedy.
For special directions everyone
sBl IB IsBBstevx Mr.OutavM.Hclitnldt,Hirlng Valley, ' " tuftcrcd for almost ten yean with catarrh of the ilomach and all )
yJMKi'"' xlLsatl w"i4i?b. WkFS 111., writes: ! doctoring was of no avail. I
rV9 FRFH HsWSsfiM Iliad catarrh of tho head and throat ' "I took nine bottles of Peruna and two of Manalln and am now entirely
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JCHNELLJlI for over thirty ears. It Iweamo worso ,; l recommend the medicine to all who arc afflicted with this disease.
V?) ' ",t-'?hy lrS- --Jg every year. i I, mv Unncrhnl.l lrll-nit."..Uenrv Grhmnlvr.
I note wishing direct correspondence wltn Dr. Hartman and can watt
Benson, Smith &. Co. will supply the retail drug trade In Honolulu.
and no bottom, forty generals nnd
threo privates, (let the people at work
all of them. In all parts of tho city.
They can talk of our trade balances
all they please. The Hawaii refunding
bill Is a national mensure because It
guarantees national fortification of a.
national outpost. Tho mnn who tries
lo make tho measure a purely local af
fair la a false prophet, though he bu
tho Hon, Scrono U I'nyno. And It
will not tako long for tho men with
tno votes in Congress to nnd It out,""" uiivivn una luum "charged with blgam
provided thp campaign Is properly con-
Commodnrn Hpeklev nitreer nn the I
Kinnu, reports the following lists of
BiiKur iiniimiiK Huijiiucui uu unwuir
Mill. B300: Walnaku, 4200; Onomtn
700S. Pepcekeo, 11,500; Honomu, 9300;
Hakalnii. 7000, Kiikalau, 7000; Ookala
7000; I'nnuhau, 9000; Honakaa, 23; Ku
kulhucle, 1C0, llonuapo, G10.
NUUANU VALLEY: 1-3 aero
well Improved, with all kinds
of fruit trees, 6-room cottage
HOUSE and LOT at Punahou.
Size of lot 75x125; modern
HOU8E and LOT, Maklkl St.
Lot 00x90; modern cottage,
Trust Co., Limited.
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT BT8-,
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Pe-ru-na Always on Hand.
Mr. Preil Schncll, Lakcvlow, Erie Co.,
X.Y., writes i
" I had lven a sufferer for more than
thirty years with catarrh of tho Intes
tines. I had used a great deal of medi
cine, to no avail, so I decided to try
" have now used thirteen bottles
and can give ytiu the Joyful tidings that
I have no more trouble. I always keep
Peruna on hand." Fred. Schncll.
Tho pcoplo generally aro very much
misinformed as to the naturoot catarrh.
Catarrh is usually believed to be con
fined to the head, noio and throat. Lat
terly we sometimes hear of catarrh of
the stomach and catarrh of tho bladder.
Seldom, If ever, do we hear of catarrh of
any other organs.
It is not became, these organs aro not
subject to catarrh, nor that catarrh of
these orgsns is not a very common dl
casc, but simply because it Is not gener
ally known that affections of these
organs may be duo to catarrh.
The Ills of Life," a copy
All the defendants who wero yester
day Inflicted by tho Federal (Hand
ol Ml 1
lamnmeni ueiuro juuge uoie. tniuiiBa(1 no jaWyCr nnd
HOUSES TO LET
Bargains in Kaimuki Lots
HOMES FOR SALE
WE ARE NOW SHOWING
A New Importation
This goods has become deservedly
popular with both men and women,
and is especially used for Kimonos,
Dressing Sacques, 8klrts, Sailor Suits,
Negligee Shirts and Pajamas.
PLAIN COLORS, 31 Inch,
3WF- 20t YARD-tjk:
We have all shades In this.
FIGURED, 31 Inch,
ZHP- 25d YARD -TK
This Includes some very beautiful
designs, especially suitable for kimo
nos and dressing sacques.
PURE WHITE, 31 Inch,
SMF- 35d 50d 4 G0 YARD -j
These qualities are very desirable
for sailor suits and negligee shirts.
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Had Catarrh Thirty Tears. Pe-rn-na
Mr.Oustav.M. Schmidt, Hprlng Valley,
" I had catarrh of tho head and throat,
forever thirty years. It Iwcamo worso
"About thrco months ago I commenced
to tako Peruna and Manalln, and now I
am entirely cured nf that troublesomo
sickness. Your medicine is surely a
blessing to mankind.
" You can truly say that you havo not
lived In vain, Doctor, and 1 thank you
for the good you havo dono me. May
you enjoy a long life to help suffering
humanity." (lustav M. Schmidt.
Dr. Hartman Makes Personal Use of
In speaking of Ids own personal uso
of Peruna, Dr. Hartman says:
"lor a number of years my profes
sional duties havo compelled mo to bo
much on tho road, traveling long dis
tances by rail, night and day, oxposcd
to all kinds of vlclnlludes, sleeping and
eating in different hotels continually,
and through it all I havo preserved my
self from any derangement of tho body
resulting from catching cold,
'At the slightest evidence of a cold, a
few doses of Peruna invariably checked
of which surrounds each bottle
the necessary delay In receiving a
I them was Ahuna Walkoloa, tho Halo-
Iwa postmaster, whoso Indictment was
I placed on the secret me. i no indict-
ment charged him with embezzling
the sum of J277.84 bt postnfffco funds
In his cuMody. Immediately upon be
ing arraigned Wnlkoloa entered a plea
nf guilty. Ho was sentenced by Judgo
Dole to six months' imprisonment and
to ray n fine of (277.81, this being
equal to tho sum ho embezzled, and
Cruz Torre, a Porto Illcan girl,!
barged with bigamy, stated that sho
no money to pay
for one. Judgo Dole naked her If she
wanted to have ono assigned to defend .
1 "if I can get ono who will get mo1
out of trouble, all right," answered i
llii rtm.tlmia ilnniBAl till I I ilnn't I
want one who Is going to get me Into
trouble. I am going to tell tho truth,
and I don't want a lawyer who Is go
ing to tell lies."
Her case was continued until Mon-.
liny. The samo disposition was taken '
with the case of Maria Mcrcado, an-
Mlier Porto Itlcan bigamist, and of
; Abellno Mvrcado, the latter lady's sec
ond husband, who is charged with j
David Wnlilne was arraigned on a l
charge of stealing, embezzling and Bell
.Ing Go eminent cartridge. Thero1
I were two counts, one relatlvo to milt-'
tary and thu other to naval cartridges.
On the advice of District Attorney I
lirccKons waiiino pleaded guilty to
belling cartridges under the first
count. He will bu sentenced on Mon
Oswald Maya!!, the Walalua railway
ttatlon agent, who Is charged with
adultery, wob arraigned, tho reading
of his indictment being wulvcd. Prank
K Thompson, who appeared as Ids at
torney. asW'd that his plea bo contin
ued until Wednesday, which was
Wm. Moore nnd John Duffoy, ma
rines from tho transport Sherman,
chnrged with passing countorfolt
bank notes, had their cases on ono In
dictment continued until Wednesday.
The loses ngalnst the same two gen
tlemen, together with John Itooney,
under another Indictment, but under a
similar charge, wero continued until
The cases of tho Tax Assessor
against the officers of the Inter-Island
S. N. Co. to force them to pay their
tnxos was decided by District Magis
trate Whitney In favor of the' Tax As
sessor. The question was raised whe
ther the Tax Assessor could garnlsheo
senrcen's wages upon a Judgment,
A Farmer's Talk to Farmers.
Ilcforo Dr. Hartman began Ihu stuly
of medicine ho was a farmer boy. Ho
was brought uponafsrin la Southern
Ho belonged to that Industrial, suc
cessful clsss of farmers known as tho
Pennsylvania Dutch, tho best farmers
In tho world.
It was here that he early learned the
lesson of pulling obnoxious things out
by tho roots.
Dr. Hartman'i Method of Treating
Naturally, when ho began the study
of medicine his mind turned instlnctlt o
ly toward tho removing of causes. Ho
could not content himself w tth doctor
ing symptoms any moro than his enter
prising father could havo contented
himself by palling off tho tops of weeds
to eradlcato them from tho soil.
Tho Doctor turned his attention early
to the science of removing tho cause of
Peruna Is for sale by all chemists and druggists at one dollar per bottle or six
reply, should address Dr. S. B. Hartman, Columbus, Ohio, U. 8. A.
Whitney held ho could, and ordered
the I.-I. S. N. Co., ns garnishee, to pay
the taxes In each rase.
There were three of these cases,
each illustrating different phnses of
tho question, before Whitney. In two
of these nppeals will be taken to the
United Slates District Court, while the
third will bo carried before the Su
"For Sale" cards at Bulletin.
On Monday next j
February 19th. j
Ws Will Show
A Shipment of high'
LB. Kerr & Co.,
It Is Cool
JUST THE PLACE TO SPEND
The best of everything
ALL SORT8 OF AMUSEMENT,
ALL KIND8 Ol' RECREATION,
ALL THE COMFORTS OF HOME.
Tickets and Information at Oahu
Jlallway station and Trent & Co., or
ring up Halelwa Hotel, King 63.
On Sundays the Halelwa Limited, a
two-hour tr, "n, leaves- at 8:22 a. m.J
returnr, arrive. In Honolulu at 10:10
dUcases, livllovlng that obnoxious symp
toms would disappear if the cause of tho
dlicar o was removed.
In other words, Dr. Hartman ap
plied the common sense of the practical
farmer to medicine, and after much
experimentation Peruna was com
iliu scnsiuio farmer does not iiiiiik or
cutting oft tho tops of weed to kill
them. Ho pulls them up by tho roots.
Dr. Hartman Interested in Farming.
Notwithstanding Dr. Hartman's busy
professional career, ho still continues to
bo interested in farming. Ho Is the
owner and manager of onoof tho largest
farms in tho State of Ohio, with several
thousand acres of tho best tilled land In
tho Mlddlo West, and with hundreds of
tho best blooded pcrchcron horses over
imported or raised In this country.
Dr. Hartman relies upon Peruna en
tirely in caso of sickness In his own
New Process Gas Ranges
These have been bought at prices nuch below the market on ac
count of our taking a whole ccnslgnment.
The goods are well known and we are able to sell them upon spe
cially favorable terms.
Blue Flame Oil Stoves
An assortment Just to hand by the "Gerard C. Tobey."
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
BEFORE BUYING GET
UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.
SACHS' BLOCK, COR. FORT AND BERETANIA 8TREET8.
MODERN furnished apartments, single rooms and suites. Electric
light and running water In all rooms. Excellent bath-rooms are a feature
of this establishment.
The second floor will be available shortly and applications for furnish
ed or unfurnished rooms on this floor are now being received.
' VJ8ITOR8 FROM THE OTHER I8LANDS WILL FIND THE
MAJESTIC A COMFORTABLE HOME
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At Work on the Farm. Pralies
Oco. II. Thompson, Italclgh, Miss.,
"I havo been cured of catarrh by your
medicines, Peruna and Manalln. I had
been affected with catarrh of the
stomach nlnnit all my life, and was
taken bad every spring and summer-
" I used several kinds of patent medi
cines, but they did me no good. I Hivu
took a treatment under an M. 1)., w hlch
did me but little good, lly this time. I
had got w hero I could eat nothing but
a little soup. I had sctcro pains, had
lost In weight and could not do any
thing. "I began taking your medicines,
Peruna and Manalln. 1 then weighed
Impounds, but after taking 17 ImIIIcs
of l'cruna and ono bottle of Manalln, 1
weighed 1M pounds.
lam now at work on the farm and
feel well all of the time. I eat all I
want to and my friends say that I look
better than ever before. I will ever
praise Peruna for Its healing power."
deo. II. Thompson.
A reward of $10,000 has been depositee
In tho Market Kxchango Hank, Colum
bus, Ohio, as a guarantee, that tho bIkjts
testimonials are genuine: that wo hold
In our possession authentlo lettora cr
tlfying to the same.
bottles for five dollars,
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F BREAD, CAKE8, COOKIES, ETC.,
EVERY DAY AT THE
PERFECTION HOME BAKERY
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