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EVENING nULLETIN, HONOLULU T H SATnilJAY. MATICH 3. 1006.
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m.e Uulletln l'ltbllsblng Comnanr. Llm-
Ited being first duly morn, on oath,
deposes nnd says: That tho following
Is a true r.nd corrcri statement of clr
dilation for the noil; ending March
2, A. D. 1906, of the Dally anil W-ek
ly Editions of tho Kvenlng Uulletln:
Circulation of Evening Dulletln.
Saturday, Feb. 24 . . . . 2416
Monday, Feb. 26 2171
Tuesday, Feb. 27 . 2167
Wednesday. Feb. 28 ... 2173
Thursday, Mar. 1 . ...2162
Friday, Mar. 2 . . . . 2165
Average Dally Circulation . .2209
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
Tuesday, February 20th, 1906 ...2356
Number of Weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hawaii alone 1054
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fore tnc this 3d day of Mar
(SEAL A. U 180C.
I SEAL- ruary. A. D. 1906.
V. 11. BUKNETTE,
No'ary Public, Honolulu, County of
. .M AUCH 3. 1!'C.
Let us hope that the discussion of
the school problems put before tho
community by Superintendent Bab
bitt will not result In such a variety
of solutions, with nothing done, that
Hawaii will present tho Interesting ex
hibition of playing tlddlo-dc-wlnks
with Its public school1).
According to an Interview published
In the morning papir Acting (lovcrnor
Atkinson Is Inclined to think that
enough money can be found to enrrj
llic schools along and keep the janitors
who hae tomo In fur so much prom
inence As wc understand It. this can
bo dono l'HOVlUKD all the tiachcrB
needed nro NOT einplojcd and those
few ndiled to ,eare for tho Increased
attendance are not paid more than an
iitcrage of forty dollars u month.
Another solution might also be of
fered. The necessary teachers could
bo employed, uud, when the mono)
ghes out, CLOSE THE SCHOOLS.
The Bulletin Is not wedded to any
particular scheme for meeting the sit
uation by County aid or Terrltoilal In
vention. Wo belleo, however, thut it
is unpatriotic und disgraceful far tho
public schools of ii u Amerlcnn Terri
tory to be bandied about from pillar
to post. .
There Is no excuse for It In a com
munity and unions oillcluls prompted
by the best American Ideals.
Thorough-going Americans have no
right to be supinely Indifferent, nag
gingly crlllral. pompously technU.il
nnd readily evethe when the public
schools are tho Issue uud It Is a ques
tion of pypeily pioWdlng for u suf
ficient teaching force or not.
No man has a right to play the
Fchools ns n detail of small politics and
tvade the natural duty of u patriot!.,
citizen in order that u little mote
money may be siucd for operation
having political (l.nor uud Inliuence
No Amerlcun Is true to tho responsi
bilities of citizenship who putt, the
public school second In Importan'o
to any department of gmcrumcut.
Superintendent Babbitt's letter to th
Acting Governor, published In this Is
me, shows conclusively thy under a
most conservative Cbtlmnto there will
not be siilllcleut surplus tarried oor
to next j ear to provide for all tho
teachers required by the new schools,
nnd for the additional teachers needed
for Increased attendance ut the present
This Is the undeniable fact.
Now whut Is Jo.be done?
Kick this thing around fiom Ter
ritory to County and County to Torrl
tory ngnln. with tho icsponse, "It nln't
our fault, you re to blame It nugnt
to have been different " "To Hades
with the schools, give us the Jobs '
"we would like to, but wo can t? '
Is that the spirit In which an Amer
ican community should approach u
public school question?
We believe not. but there has been
much of this .spirit suggested In what
has been done, or, moro pioperly, not
done, thus far.
We huvc ample respect for the gen
tlemen who believe that under the law
the County, which has available funds,
cannot contribute to aid the public
schools because they uie Territorial
institutions They must realize, how
ever, that law Is nn Inexact science
and the matter at staka Is worthy, the
effort of becurlug an Interpretation ol
the law from the court of last retort
BEST FRIENDS F
When Sickness Conies to the
It Is tho Mother "Who Chiefly
Hhe suffers even more than the child
who happens to bo tick.
Iter Sympathy in docpor than that of
any other member of the family.
Tho mothers look forward with drcatl
to tho torrid heal of summer, thinking
of their children and the many liabilities
to dlscaio that are before, thorn.
Spring and summer aro sure to bring
ailments, especially among the little
It does not tako a mother very long to
discover that l'cruna Is tho best friend
sho has in times of illness among the
Tho doctors may come and go with
their different theories and constant
Tho doctor of years ago gavo entirely
different remedies than he does today.
Each yoar finds somo change in hi
prescriptions and in tho drugs he rollcs
A Multltudo of Mothers
llnvo discovered that l'cruna Is tho
stand-by, and (hat in all tho ailments
of spring and summer to whMi tho
children are subjected, l'cruna Is tho
remedy that will most quickly rcllovo.
Whether It is spring fever or stomach
derangement, whether It Is Indigestion
or bowel disease, a catarrhal congestion
ot tho mucous surface Is the cause.
1'oruna quickly relieves this condition
of tho mucous membrane. Its opera'
Hon is prompt, tho children do not dls
like to tako tho medicine, It has no dele
terious effects in any part of the body
It simple, removes tho causo of tho
dlsagrccablo symptoms and restores the
l'cruna Is not n physic, l'cruna is not
a. nervlno nor n narcotic, l'cruna does
not produce any drug habit, however
long it may bo taken, l'cruna is not a
l'cruna Is a specific- remedy for all
catarrhal ailments of winter and sum
mer, acute or chronic
Tho mothers all over tho United States
nro tho best friends that l'cruna has.
The Mothers Hold Pe-ru-na in High
Not only becauso it has cured them of
their various ailments, but becauso it
always rescues the children from tho
throes and grasp of catarrhal diseases.
We havo In our files bushels of testi
monials from mothers whoso children
have been cured by l'cruna. However,
the largo majority of mothers who uso
l'cruna, wo never hear from.
But wo do hear from a great number
of mothers who are so owrjoyed at
somo special good they havu received
from I'eruna that they cannot Restrain
their enthusiasm. They uro anxious to
huru these bcnoUU with other mothers.
For special directions everyone should read "The Ills of Life," a copy of which surrounds each bottle. Peruna Is for sale by all chemists and druggists at one dollar per bottle or six dottles for five dollars.
Those wishing direct correspondence with Dr. Hartman and can wait the necessary delay In. receiving a reply, should address Dr. S. D. Hartman, Columbus, Ohio, U. 8. A.
Benson. Smith -. Co. will supply the retail drug trade In Honolulu.
Bight, hero Ik whqro the oflli-Inlt. I
wl'h sudden respect for the legal In-1
.iTin.-.uiiiui ui uit-ir iiiw iit-iKiii.m-ui i
iau aown. vo irusi we (1o noi uu
them an Injustice In our inability
to jimmy the innientlon that a Tern-
tnrlal Park hus. without questlnu. a
..,.. ... viMiuij im.iui. nui.v m.- iv. -
Ill.irlnt , l,,.lo linvo lint Thi.v ilnn'l
- "- - .- -" - -
,-. in.,, I.., iiwui .uvii ivbm ukjiuiv-
The liolnt at stnke Is of sulllrlcnt lm-
portani'o to secure n decision from tue
court and our citizens who luixe seen;
no ninny weighty matters hustled along
ine icgai route Know in.it tins iiuei -
Mon can be obtained prompt!). If It lm
limine witnessed hurry
drastic measures used when deallns
with subjects of far less Important .
there Is no reason why the people
should ho stitlsllrd with or fall to pro
test ngalnet plalng tlddle-do winks
with tho public schools.
Furnished house, Pacific Heights. '
Four Bedrooms $75 00
Emma St 30 00
Gandall L'ane 25 00
Cor. Young and Aloha Lane.... 18 00
Cor. King and Aloha Lane .... 20 CO
Walklkl Beach 40 00
College Hills 40 00
Klnau Street 27 50
Lunalllo Street 50 00
Trust Co., Limited.
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The Uenefit Which the Children of
the United States Have Received
From Pe-ru-na Can Never Bo
Put Into Words.
The chronic nllmetits it 1ms prevented,
tho suffering it has mitigated, will
never bo fully recorded.
Butatlcast this much can bo said that
tho coming Veneration ow-os a groat
debt to l'cruna, for It Is In tho tender
years of youth that slight ailments are
liable, to develop into lasting disease,
thus blasting the whole career of the
Tho mothers who are bringing np their
children to-day to believe ill I'eruna
aro doing a great work for humanity,
Theso children brought up to believe
In l'cruna from tho start, will, when
they become heads of families them
sehes, mo l'cruna with unquestioning
Pe-ru-na Protects the Entire
As soon as tho valuo of l'cruna Is
appreciated by every household, lwth as
a preventive und cure, tens of thousands
of lhcs will lo saved, and hundreds of
thousands of chronic, lingering casos of
catarrh will bo prevented.
(continued iron, page ...
yr country to mako a start?
, A ..articular, ns to the prim of
land quality, how wittered, hmv far
. nai SIIK'K VOII graze;
f 3.. Xl !?. . I. - ..f
. aunt- fti'ii"!-.! tuuiuiti-iiBMin ol
I .Mans, literature, bearing on the
1. What Is tho general conditions!
of. the land and climate?
: .'. At w-nnt pneo call land he
- - j
HOUSES TO LET
Bargains in Kaimuki Lots
HOMES FOR SALE
RENT and COMPANY
New French Lingerie
lJn A I -rl Jl J I INI V i '"'"'" w, arJ- "i""1"? n scc""" ht'l'tniuendent of I'ubllr Instruitlon. - under tho supervision of the Sup- 6"ft In the becond hulf and his plac
1NJ-I W KJKJKJLJUl Alice Roosovclt put of Spain's future . i t.,nu.n,iu f iSlllIime. -u taken by (iood Hoy. who lost to
Qui en. The truth Ih that the I'rlncess 1 Thvt stock Investments of the ""rry H. In slow time.
Everv steamer these h.v. hrinn. ... .mm '? Fnu q 'I .'.i1 lf companies bo prohibited, except ! Thero were four stnrters In tho pony
Every steamer these days brings us compute her conversion to tho church . ... stoc.a of ,nkl.ml .ornn.f, raco which wns won bv Annie In noor
many cases of Staple Goods and Nov of Rome ltlshop llrlndle. tho well- rtL lions "nltlial corpoiu- raco winch wns ,vou by Annie In poor
eltiei. As fast as possible their con- known Catholic prelate, commonly U f Uf lf 111110 , -t- That the limit of annual rra I Tlio last raco waa Intended for win-
tents are marked and placed on sale. , called the "Soldier lilshop" ,, c,on, HtW OtIU WIIIH. bu.liH.s be fC 1 at 15 0 .000 ' new of half mllo ovim J, but iltala w"h
We are now showing, of his cxpl ol u on I Irii sh ha lele hb, X ALAMEQA ' That dutstlc mea,u?es be J.assed entcrcl by R. J. Lyman nnd won. The,
si r i. i. . . uas irrnei tncro to receive tho liln to iiiovcnt no tlcnl contributions. hortea bunched at tho stnrt and stayed
HF HAND EMBROIDERED -ljt The BUSINESS MAN'S HANDY IN
MPtlf Oil IO OEX, published In the Saturday Bulle-
lit II OlLlXO , tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
Pin Check Taffetas, soft finished. per'""e''e!"d "T."' "".""If f "," J"
yar(j '"'' ' notlc" calls for tenders, Judg-
.nTeri'"8' 'eXquil,8 uX'C S$.&
t,nsUkPsru,C".n Fe;-bV,!?,r Pr nh. Weekly Bulletin,
yrd S1.U5 & S1.50 a'1 P y "i .....
NEW WASH GOODS
Cotton Foulards, Mercerized, espe
cially for Children's Dresses, per yard
Flowered Organdies, newest pat-
terns per yard
25 30d iOit & 50J
Flowered Batistes, fast colors, 6 and
8 yards for S1.00
White Self-figured Madras, per yard
. . . . so
PE-RU-NA MOTHERS CHILDREN
r1'1'1 m ...-.- .. s..j...3-4-.-.t.-.-4,i si.si.si - ., sKi iinnH
Mrs. Tbrcsallookc,S.VSN. Ashland
ot tho Maccabees, writes) . j
I'll! M,v Immn tWi la ll.n nnlw infl.llnl.in a.... 1. .. rt .... .t a.nl 1... ..!.
,.a uu. a.u..,w v.u.l. I. ,.,u J II.VU...II1V M V Jill, U, I I U fill 1 1 111 I I l,'I , JIIUIIIVJ,
father and child, all havo used I'eruna. It is our great remedy for catarrh of
thestomach atutl.cad, colds, and female, complaints of which It has cured mo.
"Wo find It of great valuo when my husband becomes worn out or catches
cold. A couplo of doses euro him.
"1 the baby has colic, or any stomach disorders, a dose or two cures her.
"I consider I'eruna finer than any doctor's medicine that I have ever
tried, and I know that as lone as He have It In the house, we Kill all be
able to keep In good hcalth.'Thrcsa
No Doctor Required.
Mr. Edward Otto, 027 Do Soto street,
St. I'aul, Minn,, writes:
"I cannot say enough for I'eruna. It
has dono great work In my family, es
pecially for my oldest Imy, Wo had
doctored with three or four different
doctors and they did not seem to da him
"Wo gavo up hopes of cure, and so did
they, but wo pulled hm through on
"We had several doctors and they
said they could do no more for him so
we tried I'eruna as a last resort, and
that did the work. Since then we keep
It In the house ell the time, and no
doctor Is required. "Edward Otto.
i bought, and wcre?
.1. Can sultnblo homestrnds bo tal-
en up nnu minor wnni conditions?
L What Is tho price or abor and
can help be had?
5. At what cost con a sultnblo farm,..,, n,nthH 0f that Kehool or wt
.house be erected?
I " i--.ll 1 UllJ HID IICCCHMiry larm
!.., I...., .,.,... .l , ' ,. ....
"iiv-ini.mo uni u fii i uui i Biui'ii uil
i uiu ii-iiiniiH, or ih u nuvisaniH m uiu
! 7. Aro Improved forma for salo and
nt what general prices per acre?
t. Any lauds subject to tho Home
stead Liiwh of the U. S. A. In Territory
01 Hawaii ami prico or land uioduc
ii. rncllltles for tho dairy business
and markets for such pioductlons?
1 What would bo cost of home-
stead a.i.l pio-emptloi, and how many
kit iVZlmnt! ' T
tij tnc u. ho rument7
BECOMINQ A CATHOLIC
I'arls, 1-eb 12. It Is nsierted nn nil
ildcs Hint the Princess Ena of flatten
bcig has filed to Versailles to nold
It Is Cool
T H 41 YiWIA
" llrtUL.1 TT r
JUST THE PLACE TO SPEND
Ttt 1 . i .1
ine best oi everything
iALL SORT8 OF AMUSEMENT,
ALL KINDS Ol' RECREATION,
ALL THE COMFORTS OF HOME.
: Tickets and Information at Oahu
Railway station and Trent & Co , or
ring up Halelwa Hotel, King S3.
On Sundays the Halelwa Limited,
two-hour tr. "n, leaves-at 8:22 a. m,;
rtturmsj, arrive In Honolulu at 10:10
..HI'" Importunities of shopkeepers nnd (Slgnod) W. II. 1IAI1IIITT
Ave., Chicago, 111., Treasurer Ladles' I
'I I I I I H
Pe-ru-na Contains No Narcotics.
Ouo reason why l'cruna has found per
manent Use In so many homes is that it
contains no narcotlo of any kind, I'e
runa Is perfectly harmless. It can bo
used any length of tlmo without acquir
ing a drug habit, I'eruna docs not pro
duce temporary results. It Is permanent
in its effect.
It has no bad effect upon tho system,
and gradually eliminates catarrh by re
moving tho causo ot catarrh.
Theru aro a multitude of homes whore
l'cruna has been used oft and on for
Such a thing could not bo posslblo if
I'eruna contained any drugs of a nar
(Continued from Pao- I .
,.,,. nii lso nsmimlnir Hint ile... l.ol
hiiouiu requiro i,i;o. uur iiaiancc
willllll lm lit it"? IS -lilli I hum Irlml
"OIIMI IIP I ll,d... dS, W II1CII 1 IllUC tHOU
Jg HllOW above Ifl OU
uni und one more likely 'to be reduced
. than Increased.
I believe that It will bo natent to vou
that these llgurea nro presented on the
most conservative estimate and that
the needs are likely to be very much
greater rather than any less. Tor thin
leason It has not necmcd wise to hip
I" llla" on using this present btilnnci
of H.D07.2I at tho present time.
,f , nil(, to 10 lrcg ah
probable needs of new- teachers at Ka.
a,mrn"' ln "" as 80' " "w
ulRil 8cbo1 l completed, nnd on ICa
unl with tho now buildings to bo erect -
. i.u niwir, u i'ii ub iiio ni-iv .iiuioiiiiri
, problem, you will seo that there Ib u'
nun greater iieeu ior economy If tin
nro lo keep within our appropriations,
J'ay HoIIm, Support nf Schools,
Very Choice Line
Of Fine Quality
THESE MADE IN THE ST'siLE
WE TURN THEM OUT WITH
8KILLED WHITE LABOR.
ARE EQUAL TO ANYTHING
MADE ON THE MAINLAND
BY HIGH CLA8S MER-
L, B, Kerr & Go.
l i iK m&z&l
Mr. O. II. Farmer, Ntw Martinsville,
W. Va., writes:
"Our llttlo son, Harry, Is well and
healthy now-and we think It wo do as
you directed us, ho will keep his health
and grow strong.
'We know that our little son's life
was saved by youm onderful medicine,
l'cruna, end wc shall always praise
I'eruna and use It In our family when
"Should wo havo any moro catarrhal
trouble In our family, wo shall always
wrlto to you for treatment." O. II.
Mr. Howard Androw Sterner, Muddy
Creek, l'n., writes:
"I havo I'eruna In my houso all tho
tlmo and won't bo without it. It Is good
for children when they tako a cold or
croup. It cured my baby boy ot croup,
"I havo Introduced l'cruna into six
famlllesslncol received your last letter,
and four liao seen relief already,"
Howtrd Andrew Sterner,
The Armstrong Commlttco of t
f the New York Legislature, which
Invcttlgated the" life Insurnnco
companies of New York, recom-
That the Insurnnco law bo
nmended to permit the orgunlzn-
-f tlon of mtittiui corpoiatlous with- t
- out cupltnl rtock.
-t- That nil stock companies bo
-t- (omerled eventually into purely
-t- tiiutual tompauies,
t- That ull tiresent proxies bo re-
j I., hereafter ho llm ed to two J
f months preceding an election. t
' i- That provision be made to give
ulniluil mill llm .1... llrn . ... u a
i -r u iree uuu eneciive exnie&siou
to the wish of policy-holders In - t -
t elections. "
-t- That the terms of all present
t- trusties and illtcctort shall ex- t
pile on Kocinuer 13 next nnd
-t-that the next elections be held
That lobbyists be registered und t
-r- that eich company submit Item-
Ized nccounts of its legislative ex-
- That all Mtlnrlp ovnr f-.nno n
)ear be flxe.l by the trustees, nnd
not by u committee or an olllcer
That the rebate law be amended -r
i- to make the receiver equally gull- t
ty with the gler. -
Thut syndicate transactions bo
That dividends be distributed
-r annually and that the issuance of f
co-called deferred dhldend pol-
f Icles be piohlbited.
That ngenta', 'commissions bo
- made uniform und bonuses and
f That provision be made for
publicity In the transactions of
The BUSINESS MAN'8 HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulle
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise and complete resume of all le
gal notices, calls for tenders, judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
75" per month
SI Pe? yej""
nr Fine Job Prlntlnn at the Bul.l,cndency nmon8 yunB lnBn starting In
letinffice pr,n,lnB " ', business life to overestimate their lm-
leun 0"lce- ' portnnce.
I'e-ru-na Should Ho Kept In
.Where There Arc Littlo
rerun a should bo kept in tho house
all tho time. Don't wait until the child
is sick, then send to a drugstore. But, .
have i'eruna on hand accept no sub-
Children arc especially liable to acut,o
catarrh. Indeed, most of the affections
of childhood are catarrh.
All formsof soro throat, quinsy, croup
hoarseness, laryngitis, etc., aro but dif
ferent phases of catarrh.
Mrs. Amelia Sailer, Mcnasha, Wis.,
"1 hare used Peruna for n number ot
years. It cured mo ot chronic catarrh
which 1 suffered with from Infancy.
"When my three children wer born
they all had catarrh, but I have given
them I'eruna and find it very effective
In ridding them of this horrible trouble
I find that It Is also good to give them
as a toulo and a preventative of colds
"In fact, I consider It a household
blessing. I n ould not know how to
raise my children without It. I am
pleased to give It my recommends
tlon." Amelia Sailer.
Address Br. S. It. Ilartman, l'resldent
ot Tho Hartman Sanitarium, Colum
All correspondence held strictly con.
ndcutlal. A ,
Hllo. March 1. Tho races on Thurs
day were not patronized us they should
have been and the encouragement re
ccled by the men who ore making an
'effort to elevate tho standard of the
lacing stuck was lacking. Tho races
wcio good and ueiu thoroughly en
Jojed by the few peoplo present uud
there was a surprise or two for own
ers und trainers.
The Hint event was n three-eighths
with three entries. Straw bcrr) wou
from Major und Hay K. Tlmo 41 bec
onds. Tho horses were bunched from
the wlie to the Btietch uud It was n
very pietty race. The second raio wns
between l'unaluu, whose sire was "Tho
Mallard," ltagtlme und Iknki. Rag
time got it lino lead ut the start but
lost It on the quarter when l'unaluu
, passed and won the nice In 5C sccontU
' for the half mile.
Lasterday should huo won tho tec-
ionu ".ut mluj race but he seemed to
Ku uippy ior n lew minutes and ruu
,nI "o fence and balked so tho rniu
"lla " turt. It was run olt at tho
!'" ' the day nud liisterduy won eub-
"' '" ZZ' Oeneial Arthur f tilled to
..together nearly nil of tho wuy nround
tno trnck. It was nn uxcltlng finish.
Ikala winning in :6U3-4.
l Alpheiis wag entered for tho final
ecnt but did not nppear and Saint Yu-
'ROf WUK I'1'01' against the old wan lor,
Antidote. Ordinarily Saint Yueef, It Is
aii' rn" w,n f,om ,l,s rlvnI l,ut ll1 tl'la
raee "10 '11 ft'"HW t00'' thteo Jumps
nnd n place u Hie raco which ho main-
talncd to tno flnlshj running llko a 3-
i year-old making tho threo qnutlcr In
M21 ' 2 nm' ucntlng Snlnt Yusef badly.
u was n B01' rnco nntI very enjoy-
ablo to those familiar with tho record
nf tho winner. In tho dnjs of tho mo
narchy Antidote was one of the stand
bys nnd wns nt every Juno 11 meeting
while ho wns owned on Oahu, Ills ap.
pearnnco on tho Hllo track la not Infro
qucnt and he hIiowb as much life In n
race na ho did ten or twclo jeara ngo.
New York. Feb. IS. "Ono great
tiotiblc with the joung men of today la
that they are too self-reliant. When
we begin to think that wo know It all
wo are getting on dangerous giound."
This fcentlment was expressed by
Jo,in -1, orkcfeller Jr. today In talking
in tile Itllilu uliiaj nn fiiia II. ii.. In
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