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(SEAL) March. A. 1). 1906
1. H. llUIINKTTE,
Ko'ary Public, Honolulu. County of
MA11CII 10, lOOfi.
Tbe Senate seems rather senslblo
ntter all. It allows those who wish It
to come In as a Stnto, and lcacs out
the ones sit on a continuous family
Anyway, the problems of tho Phil
Ipplnes are reduced to tho extent of
CuO Moros, though that may not bo
trio Lcnctolcnt assimilation way of UK
The Crockett refinery has made n
successful start May success accom
pany It nil alone the Journey, for It
Cleans much to Hawaii a Industrial 1.1
No one ran blame Secretary Taft It '
he decides that he would prefer a placo
on the Supremo Ilench to the Pres
idency Hut what enn bo do In a Judi
cial capacity fur mi frltnas tho Fili
pinos? Jacob Schlfr will be In 11 position to
jy man pleasant things of Haw nil
Assured of his being In good lanili
after he lands, tho only doubtful qunn
tlty Is the kind of n day the weather
man will furnish.
Considering the f.irt that Iho Jap
anese tourists who visit llnwnll can
r.ot be kept here, they will at lent
make more room for 100.000 European
Immigrants It Is nlwnys butter to flu'
, bright sldo somen here
Hefore Delegate Kuhlo left for Wash
ington he said ho wag In the hands of
his friends for renominating and
meanwhile an j oik who wanted it
could gtt In anil uork for the plnci
If he so desired Whether anyone
lmprocd this opportunity rcmnlnB to
Sheriff Drown undoubtedly tins
enough friends to make n cry credit-1
able showing, nnd evidently has no
fear of tho few enemies who litnol
tchemed their best to do polities
through tho Ornnd Jury. No dnnl t
their efforts will now he r A '
for the single purpose of gutt.nj 1 .
John l' Smith In his fn ev . 1 ni n
the words of Judge (inlhraltl. ui.il '..
was n "Democrat by hlr h "f ub'!! Jit
by affiliation nnd Homo Ittilei h pin
notion" And now he l- fn m .!
Among other IhlngH Mr Rm't'i la a
pretty good fellow, nnd r.P uctvipapu
workers will Join In hoping that h
ran stund the stienuoua task of setting
Hllo on fire, and enjoy It.
Senators spanked tho President by
defeating tho Philippine free-trado bill
and now administer another sllgbt one
by amending tho Statehood bill as
passed by the House Ab the Phlllpl
pine fight and Statehood fight were snld
tn bo only preliminary skirmishes of
the great batllo, everyono will wnlch
with much keener Interest tho attitude
of tho millionaires' club on the railway
The Hawaii Herald takes the posi
tion that tho present financial com! I
Hon of tho Educational Department
furnishes the best argument for plac
ing tho schools tinder tho control of
tho Counties, Prof. Alexander has
bean quoted as saying that temporary
assistance by tho Counties would hn
the entering wedgo toward placing tho
schools under County control Thoro
you hao It. Tho Herald wants the
schools under County control and Pio
fctsor Alexander doesn't T)io Indlca
lions aro that tho Herald belleeii It
R'lso to block County assistance at
present In order tn bring about what
those who think with Alexander don't
mi.iT.. ,1ift llnrzluor. (Tint ml Herordcrof Amort
....i-" a.j - n--
can Daughters of Independence, writes from
Neensh, Wis., as follows:
" hite used Peruna now tor lour
Spring ana Ian, ana 11 Keeps me peneciiy n ci
"I am able to continue working and do not
haxctotakca three months' rest, ns I used to
do e try ) ear. This Is a great comfort to me,
as I as not able to atlord such a long rest.
" find that It Is a great preventath e torcolds
and coughs and soon rids the s stem of all dls
ease and Is an admirable medicine. I can hon
estly endorse It." Lydla llcrxlger.
Almot everyone has come to believe
that spring Is a season that brings do
rangements of the body dependent on
This belief Is an old one, Is nearly uni
versal, and has arisen, not as tho result
of'tho teachings of the medical frater
nity, but has been learned In tho bitter
school of experience.
Depression of tho nervous system at
the approach of spring Is a tortile source
of blood Impurities.
There aro general lassltude,dull, heavy
sensations, continual tired feelings, with
Irregular appetite, and sometimes loss
That Tired Peeling.
Thst tlrnl feeling, which Is the nat
ural result of tho depressing effect of
warm weather Immediately after the
Invigorating cold of winter, quickly
disappear whu l'sruna Is taken.
lOSj 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 fcotttes for five dollars,
K-j Those wishing direct correspondence with Dr. Hartman and can wait tpe necessary delay In receiving a reply, should address Dr. 8. B. Hartman, Columbus, Ohio, U, 8. A.
ja Denson, Smith &. Co. will supply the retail drug trade In Honolulu.
TRUCE IS CALLED
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well m treamircr, nnd ho had a right
to do s.u
Llndrny said that tho flnrle faction
was III peaceable possession and the
Pearock faction wan not, and the lat
ter fliould probably desist from Intel
Icrcnco pending the decision of tho
Anhford said that If this a the
caso, the njatter would Le n nice for
Justice to seu who could get first and
win ttiu Injunction.
J.lndsny said Itolhv. ell was In pos
ses.iion and I'eacork a Interfering,
but tho Court could nlmost tnkc Judl
clnl notice of tho Inct th.it Irreparable
InJ'iry was being done The only ques
tion, in tho Court's mind was how tho
ltotliwell sldo unuld, In ensu It lost,
rosloro Peacock tho possession had
H tmmoua uncr-irs,
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Klnsu Street 27 50
Lunalllo Street 60 00
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Spring Catarrh Restored to
The Proper Remedy.
l'eruna meets ovcry Indication and
proves Itself to ho perfectly adapted to
all their varied peculiarities, l'eruna
Invigorates the system, rejuvonatea the
feelings, restores tho normal appotllo
and procures regular sleep.
Do Not Delay.
Oct a botllo of Poruna when the first
languid feelings make themsolvos ap
parent In the spring. Take It according
to tho directions on tho bottlo. Con
tinue this treatment through the first
months of spring.
This course of troatment Is no export
menti It is as positive in lis results as
any fact of science can bo.
A Spring Tonic
Almost everybody needs a tonlo In tho
spring. Something to braco tho nerves,
Invigorate tho brain, and cleanso tho
blood. That l'eruna will do this Is be
yond all question. Everyone who has
tried It bus had tho samo experiouco as
until forced to 'surrender It by the
tutlou snld his side would guaran
tee to glvo that back If tho decision
went ngalnst Hothwill.
Abhfnrd wanted to know whero the
lUllou answered that there would he
a speedy remedy in equity
The bond also caused some further
dispute, but It was finally accept! ci al
ter It had been signed by W C Pea
cock & Co, Ltd , Alex, Panic as pres
'houses to let
Bargains in Kaimukt Lots
HOMES FOR SALE
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Monday, March 12tli,
AT 8 O'CLOCK.
Our new 8prlng and Summer, 1906,
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Alameda, so our present stock must be.
reduced to make room.
The following lots are all high grade
goods, In first class condition and are
made to fit and 'o wear:
OUR WINDOW IS FULL OF THEM.
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Shirts, sizes 14, 14 1-2,
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Shirts, all sizes, cutis
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Shirts, all sizes, cuffs
attached or detached $1,75
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Shirts, White Linen,
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SPRING THE TlflE
Pc-ru-iia Invigorates Mind nnd Body.
Hon. Win. 0. Hunter, llx-momlicr North Carolina
Legislature, writes from tho Ccntut Ulllco llullding,
Washington, D.O.,a follow si
"Tho greatest family tnedlclno ever discovered, In
my opinion, which eomes from experience as well
as observation, Is l'cruns.
"Tho lnoiit tominon allllellon to humankind Is n
bad cold, rcrtina drives It out of doors, wards off
catarrh, hulcoratc and gives frcrll strength to
mind and body. I pho l'cruna my unqualllled on
ilursomont." Wm. U. Hunter,
Mrs, Wlnnlfrrd Power, an artist, who,
In a recent letter from 210 7th St., Port
land, Ore., says 1
"lam pleased to speak a good word
for l'eruna, as I found It an excellent
tonic and spring medicine and very ef
fective In ridding the system of cold
"About two yesrs sgo my systom was
all rundown In thosprlng and I thought
I would try and see If l'eruna would he
of any assistance In bringing back my
health and strength.
"I found that It was splendid and all
the medicine thst I needed. In a little
over a month I was well and did not
need to tsko any mora medicine.
"I shall recommend It to every one In
netd of a tonic, and know that 1 havo
only to take afowdosesof Perunawhen
I take a cold and I will soon be over It."
Nprlng Is the best time to treat ca
tarrh. Naturo renews horself every
spring. The system I rejuvenated by
Idcnt, J. O. Itothwcll as treasurer, and
by Hotliwell and QarWu In their Indl 1
J 111! Bo Lindsay then signed the tern
porary injunction whereby Pencocl. Is
restrained from acting as manager,
from Interfering with tho business nnd
from preventing Itothwcll from acting
ns manager. The hearing on tho nuk .
Ing tho Injunction permanent will1
como up on Monday at 10 a in when
the merits of tho ma'tcr will bo con 1
I Ashfnrd stated that Peacock would
til icy the Injunction ni directed agnliul '
111 tn aa manager, but wuuld remain on
Iho premises In bin rnpncltj of pr'S.
dent, though he would not interfeic.
j . I
I The Hawaii Shlnpo shows that there
nre 60,000 Japanese In the Islands, 12.-1
000 nf thorn in Honolulu. Those out ,
side nf tho city are classified as fol
lows: Laborers, 17,070; itorcluopoie,
IS43; women, 9188; children under
twenty yoarsof age, 11.21G. There nro
litty Kcvcn Japaneso schools In tho
Territory, with 1620 boys and 1135
girls attending thom. There aro thin
ty-thieo Uuddhlst temples, sixteen Jap
nneso Christian churches and six Shin.
The steamer Klimu arrived this
morning from (Inwall portB. reporting
bad weather all along tho llllq coast.
1 Last Thursday tho wind blew so hard
It wag unablo (o work tho ci.bc1 and
Urn steamers Kalulanl, Noeau and Ka
uai were all compelled to seek safe
harbor at Hllo. On the homoward trip
tho Klnau experienced rough weather
at Mahukona but landed her freight
Hon. W R Castle nnd I) L With
Inglon, ho hno been absent far the
pnst week on legal business on Hawaii,
returned by the Klnau this morning.
I M !
The Misses Shipman of Hllo were
passengers by tho Klnau this morning.
They will visit friends In Honolulu,
I' - "" ' -1
It Is Cool
JUST THE PLACE TO SPEND
The best of everything
ALL 8ORT8 OF AMUSEMENT.
'ALL KINDS 0lr RECREATION.
ALL THE COMFORT8 OF HOME.
Tickets and Information at Oahu
Railway station and Trent &. Co, or
ring up Halelwa Hotel, King S3.
On Sundays tho Halelwa Limited, 1
.two-hour tr.'n, leaves-at 8:22 a. rn.J
returmnjj irilvos In Honolulu at 10:10
TO CURE CATARRH.
Takes Pcriina Every Spring.
MIm Tilly Marx, 421 llth Ht., Milwaukee, Wis.,
"I am plcacd to endorso I'crunt, as I found It
very efficient In ridding my s stem of a severe cold
and catarrhal trouble, nftcr I had tried many other
remedies without getting relief.
" 1 took l'eruna tor two weeks, when I was tnneli
better, and In two weeks more 1 was entirely rid ul
tho cold nnd catarrh. I shall take It every spring as
a tonic, a I found that It mado ma xnucn
every way." Tilly Marx.
spring weather. This renders medi
cines moro offcctlve.
A short course of Pcrnna, assisted by
the balmy air of spring, will euro old,
stubborn ca'ca of catarrh that havo re
sisted treatment for years.
A Word of Advice.
To those who have been afflicted with
chronic, catarrh we wish Ui say that tho
spring season affords you a splendid op
portunity to get rid of your disease.
It may be you havo been alUicted for
several years) you may havo Irlod dif
ferent remedies. Perhaps jou havo bo
Now Is Your Opportunity.
This fsllure was during tho winter
months. Hut now Is jour opportunity.
Nature comes to your assistance at this
Just help liar a little and she will
bring you out of the quagmire in which
you bae been ftoundorlngso long. Olve
Naturo a little assistance lest her strug
gles bo In vain.
HAKALAU SETTLERS SATISFIED.''
I (Continued from Page I.)
tho mill Is still unsettled The set
tlers made a figure, which the planta
tion refused, and tho plantation then
made 11 llguio which has 1101 11s jci
been accepted by thii bcltlcrs As th
iilireuoiH ot the plantation some time
'ago decided to glo tho Hukuluu set
tlers terms similar to those given tho
i.Moloknns by the Makce Sugnr Co, tho
1 matter will probably bo arranged, It
Is alto probable that heretofore exist
ing dlffcicnccs between tho settlers mid
tho Territory are at an end, ami that
lltH settlements will bo accomplished
without much difficulty
While Pratt was in Hllo he also
looked up tlie'matter of opening 11 tract
j of laud near Cocoauut Island In sman
lots for poor Hnwnliuns. Some llu
'wnllnns tmo already settled on these
1 lauds on thirty-) eur leases, which.
however, can bo cancelled by tho Pub-
llu Works Department, which has con
trol of tho lauds, on n yeur's notice
Pmlt Intends to ni range with the Pub
lic Works Department for the opening
of theiR lots on the long-term pay iucut
Evening Bulletin 75r per month.
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tji lllP4f'Slf'Wl'L)) Mr. James A. Moody, Ex-prcsldcnt Hoard of
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Rx ,f?ll&sir' 'KtfiiltfysPtitihfWmll I "My family have used Peruna for sexcral,'
M U&W&mW tf"iilw'HyiHHiMff ' !' ean ""' wlth excellent results and I take
WWfo W'tsiS&sK ' ' titil'W Pleasure In tcstlt)lng to Its superiority as a,
iS7 PssIs ' ,itwl remedy for catarrh.
)6( jUWf '' '"'AW 1' "Every spring that dreaded disease will show?
I nSv m$F f'''iAWf' : up In my family and ne always turn Instlncthc- ',
JT. '-,., fJw)vVft lytoPerunatonardltoff. ',
VfcsSJTitiV III ' -k' fc?'o) '! "It has never yet failed, end I never lose an
T map V 'Jfzi.rmim'f ', JJS&V A$L ! opportunity t recommending It to my friends. ' ! ;
SjMARXgSJ -James A.Moody. ;!
A Typical Case.
Geo. M. Fillmore, lato 1st Lieut. 8rd
U. H. Artillery, w rites from W h St., N.
W., Washington, D. C, as follows 1
"I brought forward from winter Into
spring a sickening caso of catarrh which
was making cxistenco miserable for me,
until I was Induced to try a bottlo of
"An Immediate Improvement gavo me
hope, It not relief. I kept up taking Po
runa and It has so strengthened and re
lieved me that I am now confident of a
cure. I heartily endorso Peruna for ca
tarrhal affections and as a tonlo for their
weakening effects." Geo. M. Fillmore.
A short course of Peruna noif will
be Just In time. During the month of
April you will find the strategic time to
rid yourself of chronic catarrh, one of
the most persistent, stubborn diseases
In the whole list of human ailments.
After you have tried It you will say
Peruna Is positively tho beat spring
medicine you have ever used.
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here. We have at present an excellent assortment of fish of all
sorts, to which we would call your special attention. The assort
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NOW ON DISPLAY,
A great many years of extensive trials
of this remedy In this clsss of derange
ments hato demonstrated that there)
aro no failures.
Thousands of Testimonials.
Thoussndsof cases might bo quoted
In which Peruna has rescued peoplo
from the ravages of spring catarrh, and
put them on a good, solid foundation of
We can glvo our readers only a slight
gllmpso of the vast array of unsolicited
endorsements T)r, Hartman Is con
stantly rocelvlng. No other physician
in the world has received such a volume
of enthuslasllo letters of thanks.
If you do not dorlve prompt and satis
factory reaulta from the use of Peruna,
wrlto at onco to Dr. Hartman, giving a
full statement of your caso and he will
be pleased to glvo you his valuable ad
Address Dr. Hartman, President of 1
The Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus,' f
Ohio. All correspondence held itrlctlj
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