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EVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. H.. SATURDAY, MARCH SI, 1906.
Published Etery Day Except Sunday,
at U King Street, Honolulu,
T II . by tbo
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO.. LTD.
WALLACE R. FARRINGTON,. Editor I
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deposes nnd says: That tlie following
Is a true and correct statement of cir
culation for tho weak ending March
30th, 1906, of the Dally and Weekly
Kdltlons of tho Evening Ilulletln:
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday, Mar. 24 2425
Monday, Men. 26 2170
Tuesday, Men. 27 2174
Wednesday, Men. 28 2172
Thursday, Men. 29 2185
Friday. Men. 30 2183
Average Dally circulation 2218
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin
Tuesday, Mch. 27, 1906 2368 ,
M-,n,t,.; f wtekii.. ritllu.rtri en '
Number of Weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hawaii alone... 1058
Combined guaranteed average cir
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fore mi' this 31st day of
SEAL March, A. I). 1906.
P. H. HUIINETTE.
Notary Public, First Judicial Circuit.
SATUHDAY MAI1CI1 31. 1900
Pjrllnmcnt accepts the program of
the Laborltes. Yet someono has tried
to prove thnt the rise of this party was
nn election freak, rather than u revolu
tion. Having dono the hard work, Do
Wltte has quit. His successor may
reap the dorr, if there Is any to be
bad from connection with tho Czar's
President Itooscvclt first nrhltratoi
the coal strike after both sides were)
exhausted from a long struggle. Ho
has quite another task on his hands lu
pacifying opponents ripe for n fight.
Whether It has any bearing on tho
Immigration policy or not. tho Acting
Governor Is doing a nubile service in
ordering the repair of the Capitol
grounds band Hand. Tor months and
years it has stood as a tottering cm
blcm of ancient monarchy. The bant
stand Is historical nnd should be pre
served as far as possible, lest Hawaii
and Its visitors forget.
Tho report of the Grand Jury dem
onstrates clearly how Impossible It Is
to secure competent evidence on gamb
ling. In spite of tho effort to do so.
not a single Indictment wag returned
against the gamblers. The Clrnnd Jury
unquestionably gnvo tho gamblers a
good scare, but the experience shows
that failure to land this class of wrong
doers U not always the result of lack ol
RESULTS TELL TOE STORY
Further effort of the Bulletin to dis
cover sincerity and deflnltcness In the
Territorial Immigration policy brings
out the rcsponso that the Bulletin
wants another man than Secretary At
kinson for Governor, and this other
man has promised the editor of the
Bulletin the position of Secretary of
What has this to do with the Immi
gration policy? Or the gallery play M
trying to make It appear that the Sec
retary Is whipping tho planters Into
line, when they have been In lino
without the necessity of an clicked
vhlpplng post In the gallery?
For tbo benefit of any one who
should want to know, tho editor of the
ilulletln can Inform him that ho U
ot, never has been and doesn't expect
j be a candidate for tbo posltlou of
Secretary of the Territory, nor has hu
been promised the position, by any
Gubernatorial candidate past, present
or piospcctlve nor has ho asked It. The
editor of the Ilulletln Is quite willlnc
that others should seek the emolu
ments and honors of high official life.
In any event the Governorship Is en
tirely beside tho mark except as the
public has been Impressed that It has
had a bearing on tho most remarkably
erratic Immigration "policy" of tho
Territorial Secretary. Hawaii can al
ways get a. Governor. It needs Immi
grants. ' What IS the Territorial immigration
It Is not true that the foreign sugar
planters aro hampering a thoroughly
Amerlcantplan to establish homes for
vhlte laborers on the plantation prop
erties. The paper making the assertion re
garding the foreigner with which "the1
Bulletin has apparently allied Itself,"
Is tho selfsame Journal that only a few
weeks ago announced that the "for
ri BEST FRIENDS v
When Sickness Comes to the
It Is tho Mother Who Chiefly
8he suffers even mora than tho clitld
who happens to bo sick.
llcr sympathy Is deeper than that of
any other member of tho family,
Tho mothers look forward with dread
to tho torrid heal of summer, thinking
of their ohlldren and thomany liabilities
to disease that aro boforo them,
Sprlng'and summer are sure to, bring
ailments, especially among tho little
It does not tako a mother Tory long to
dlacoTer that Parana Is tho best friend
sho has In times of Illness among the
Tho doctors may oome and go with
their different theories and constant
Tho doctor of years ago gars entirely
different remedies than ho docs today.
Each year finds aomo chatigo In his
prescriptions and In the drugs' ho relies
A Holtltnde of Mothers
H&vo dlfCoTcred that Pcruna Is tho
stand-by, and that In all tho aliments
of spring and summer to which the
children are subjected, Pcruna Is tho
remedy that will most quickly relieve
Whether It Is sprint; fovcr or stomach
derangement, whethor It is indigestion
or bowel dlt cao, a catarrhal congestion
of tho mucous surfaces is the cause.
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of ,1, u membranes. Its opera-
Poruna quickly relieves this condition
tlon Is prompt, tho ohlldren do not dls
11 ko to tako tho medicine, It has no dclo
terlous effects In any part of tho body.
It simple- removes tho cauto of tho
dliagrccablo symptoms and restores tho
l'crunals not a physic. Pcruna Is not
nnervlnonor a narcotic, Peruna docs
notproduco any drug habit, however
long It may be taken, Peruna Is not a
Pcruna Is a speclflo remedy for all
catarrhal allmcuU of winter aud sum
mor, acuto or chronic
Tho mothers all over th Untied States
aro tho best friends that Peruna has.
The Mother Hold Pe-rn-na in High
Not only because It has cured thorn of
their various ailments, but because it
always rescues tho ohlldren from the
throes and grasp of catarrhal diseases.
Wo bavo In our files bushels, of testi
monials from mothers whose children
havo been cured by Peruna. However,
the largo majority of mothers whe use
Pcruna, wo never hear from.
But we do hear from a great number
of mothers who are so overjoyed at
aomo special good they havo received
from Peruna that they cannot restrain
their enthusiasm. They aro anxloua to
bare thoso beneuu wlln other mothors.
For special directions everyone should read "The Ills of Life," a copr of which surrounds each bottle.
Those wishing direct correspondence with Dr. Hattman and can wait tpe necessary delay In receiving a
Benson, Smith &. Co. will supply the retail drug trade In Honolulu.
eign" firms had "como Into line" with
tho "Acting Governor's policy," nnd
now nil that remained wcro Ca$tlo &
Cooke and Brewer & Co., which un
certainly not foreign firms.
This Is another sample of all-things-to-all-men
methods. One day tho
American concerns ore said to bo out
of Joint. Tho next day the foreign "oc
topuses" aro allegedly committing tho
heinous crlmo of holding up tho loi
ley of Americanizing Hawaii. Neither
Is filth. Meanwlillo nothing Is done.
Tho fact Is that sugar linns, Individ
ually, collectively and cooperatively
have been ready for more than a fow
weeks nnd bctoro the Secretary's re
turnto adopt the Americanization
plan. More than this they are ready to
furnish tho money for the Territorial
administration to do the work,
No competent evidence has been of
fered to show that these firms or any
one connected with tho sugar Industry
has held up the movement to Amcrlzan
Uo Hawaii, with which all classes
ure In sympathy. Americanizing Hawaii
Ib indeed the President s policy. It Is
Hawaii's policy. The mystery of It nil
Is, why tho Territorial Secretary who
Is chairman ot the Territorial Hoard of
Immigration should find It necessary
to dooto so much time Intermittently
catr.nlns the planters. During all this
(clod where Is the Americanizing of
Hawaii going to.
The opportunity Is at hand, Never
In the history ot the Hawaiian lsland.i
h.s the opening been better to start
tho all-Important European Immigrant
In the direction of Hawaii aud settle
his family on the sugar plantation
under favorable, circumstances.
The talk ot having to whip tho plant
ers Into lino Is buncombe. They are
on hand with tho goods. There Is nn
obvious excuse, for the extraordinary
side play to which tho community hai
been treated since the return ot tho
Chairman ot the Board of Immigration.
It's a quibble, or tho Secretory has al
lowed himself to be grlevlously mis
understood, Kcsults tell the story and unless wo
misunderstand tho President, results U
what he wants. That Is what every
American wants. It is what we ns
surqe the Chairman ot the Hoard of;
Immigration wants. Why then should
ho spend his time swiping at the plant-1
No ono Is blockading the head of the'
Immigration Board. If any blockading I
Is done he Is doing It himself. Citizens '
of Hawaii wero not born yesterday.
They know business and they know
froth. If the head of the Territorial
Immigration Hoard will get down to
business neither he nor his sponsors
need worry about criticism.
Full sized MEN don't waste time de
tailing how plantation sinners havti
been converted to THEIR policies.
Full sized MEN get In and WOHIC and
let'HESULT8 tell tho story.
Hawaii wants Immigrants. It can al
ways get Governors,
iiii ssmihkrtAAisiiimtik; '$fa
MRSTHSESAROOKeT . . ''!','. 'Ciffr skJz7 MILDRED, tNE2wffM S?cs.
The Benefit Which the Children of
tho United States Have Received
From Pe-ru-na Can Never Bo
Put Into Words.
Tho chronic ailments it has proventcd,
tbo suffering; It has mitigated, will
never bo fully recorded,
Butatlcast this much can be said that
tho coming generation owes a great
debt to Peruna, for It Is In tho tender
years of youth that slight ailments are
liable to develop Into lasting disease,
thns blasting tho whole career of tho
Tho mothers who aro brlnglngnp their
children to-day to bcllevo in Pcruna
aro doing a great work for humanity.
These children brought up to bcllevo
In Peruna from tho start, will, when
they becomo heads of families them
sclvos, nso Peruna with unquestioning
Pe-rn-na ProtecU the Entire
As soon as the value of Pernna Is
spprcclaled by overy household, both as
a provenllvo and euro, tons of thousands
of lives will bo saved, and hundreds of
thousands of chronic, lingering casoa of
I catarrh will be prevented.
HOUSES TO LET
Bargains in Kaimuki Lots
homes for sale
"Jrent and company
Monday, April 2nd,
AT 8 O'CLOCK
WE WILL BEGIN A.
WE MU8T CL08E OUT OUR LA8T
SEASON'S STOCK TO MAKE
ROOM FOR NEWQOODS
NOW ARRIVING. HENCE THESE
Lot 1. Checked Zlbellne, mixed
colors; former price 60c... 12'
Lot 2. Plain and Figured Chal
lies, Tricot, Alpacas, 8totch
Flannels and Melrose, former
price 75c and $1 25J
Lot 3, Plain anil Colored Stripe
8erge, former price SOo and
Lot 4. Skirtings of Fancy Mo
hair, Cashmeres, Bengallnes, '
Venetians, Bilk and Wool
Crepe, Scotch Plaids, former
price 75c to $1 ,,,, 50t
Lot 5. Silk Stripe Scotch Flan
nel, Bedford Cord, French
Flannel, Flowered Challlea
and Striped Tricot, former
price 75c and 85c 50 d
Lot 6. Double Width Melrose,
8ergo and Fancy Mohair, for
mer price 85c and'$1 ...' GCM
Lot 7. Fancy Bedford Cord
Walstlnga and Satin Stripe
Challles, former price $1 ,...G5d
loi b. bxtra wiatn uiue and
Oray Suitings, former price
150 75ei A SI
Lot 9. niack Silk and Wool Cre
pon, light weight, former
price $3.50 S1.50
Mrs.Thrcsaltooke, 258 N. Ashland
of tho Maccabees, writes)
"In our homo Pcruna Is tho only mcdlclno wo have. Grandmother, mother,
father and child, all havo nted Pcruna. It is our great remedy for catarrh of
thoktomachandhcad, colds, and fomalo complaints of which It has cured me.
"Wo. And it of great valuo when lny husband becomes worn out or catches
cold. A couple of doses euro him.
"If the baby has colic, orany stomach disorders, a dose or (no cures her.
"I consider Peruna liner than any doctor' medicine that I have ever
tried, and I know that as long a we have It In the house, we will all be
able to keep In good health. "Thresa Rooke.
No Doctor Required.
Mr. Edward Otto, 977 Do Soto street,
St. Paul, Minn., writes:
"I cannot say enough for Peruna, It
has dono groat work In my family, es
pecially for .my oldest boy. Wo had
doctored with thrco or four different
doctors and they did not seem to do him
"We gavo up hopes of euro, and ao did
they, but wo pulled him through on
"We had several doctors and they
said they could do no more tor him so
we tried Peruna as a last resort, and
that did the work. Since then we keep
It In the house all the time, and no
doctor is required." Edward Otto.
' Corner Alakea and Kinir streets.
Jun. C. E., 0 a, m.; Sen. C. E., 0:30
p. ni,; Dlblo school, 9:45 a. m.; preach.
Ing, 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. A. Bur
prise In Htoro for tho morning au
dlence. Evening: "Exactly In What
Way Did Christ Pay tho Dobt for Our
8lns7" You aro cordially Invited to
any and all ot theso services. G. D.
MltS. NAWAHI'S LUAU.
i' in.i Thnnuiitv
lllio, March 29.
Illlo.fl .March Hi,
evening Mrs. E. A. Nnwahl gate n pol
orillllK .iib. r.. ,. .lull, .11 1 su.u ,ui
at llonelnnl Lellchuu, on School street,
The lanal was decorated with ferns,
laid with Hawaiian dishes In sucb pro-
f..inn ti,,, n,.r !,,( t , piled ono on
top ot the other. Hawaiian music con-
0. f SMb MOUU,
IMVrn4IHT MM IMtUMMI MINTS.
Furnished house, Pacific Heights.
Four Bedrooms $75 00
Emma St 30 00
Oandall Lane 2500
Cor. Young and Aloha Lane..,, 18 00
Cor. King and Aloha Lane . ... 20 00
Valklkl Beach 40 00
College Hill 40 00
Klnau Street 27 50
Lunalilo 3treet 50 00
Trast Co., Limited.
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8,
. r .TLmmf
'Jill H saw. . r 1
I .Vl.il1 BHSBBIBBBM
Ave., Chicago, III., Treasurer Ladles'
Po-rn-na Contains No Narcotics.
Ono reason why Pcruna lias found per
manent use in so many homes is that It
contains no narcotlo of any kind. Pe
runa is perfectly harmless. It can be
used any length of tlmo without acquir
ing a drug habit. Peruna docs not pro
duco temporary results. It is permanent
In Its effect. ,
It has no bad effect upon the system,
and gradually eliminates catarrh by re
moving tho causo of catarrh.
Thcro aro a multltudo of homes where
Pcruna has .been used off and on for
Such a thing could not bo posslblo If
Peruna contained any drugs of a nar
Peruna (a for sale by ati chemists and' druggists at one dollar per bottle or six bottles for five dollars.
should address Dr. 8. D. Hartman, Columbus, Ohio, U. 8. A.
stantly filled the air, either Instrument- Dr. John J. Gracogavo his last bach
al or singing by John Baker and oth- dor's dinner last Saturday night at Dr
ers, so that tho speecbmaklng was
sometimes Interrupted thereby.
Kaulukou proposed a toast to the host-
ess and Kldgway drank to all the ladles
After the feast cards and
amused the guests until n lata hour,
sorho remaining until k was tlmo to.
Inkn thn Klnnn Vrltlnv mnrntni u-hpr
Fitinynn Tlnl.ln.. I.n.l l...Lf..t .nn.-,iil
for thorn. At the wharf Mrs. Nawahl, way they could under tho clrcum-
Mrs. Stlllman. Mrs. llcrtelman anil'stnnpM. Thn lmnnnni nran In nn end
MlBa ,Inrv!y wcro Sally loaded with
k'ls- Mrs Nnwahl Is greatly beloved
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for her lavish hospitality to all Hllo
vV.lt her'l'nher ll'omo at' Wa k ' Ho-
"""u- lr"""10; .
Mana, a Hawaiian road department
employee, aged 67, was found dead on
his doorstep, Oahu lane, aWlkikl, this
I morning, He and friends were accus
tomed to social sessions at a saloon In
tne neighborhood and when last seen
I nllvo Mana wns considerably tho worso
for drink'. Ho went homo late last
night and reclined on the doorstep for
tne last time.
Semi Annual Clearance I
i Great Reduction in Prices
For 10 Days Only
2 IN SOME CASES g
Prices are cut in Kal
A This applies to Men'SiClothlng, Hosiery, Underwear, Neck. X
wear, 8hlrts, Collars and Cuffs, Ladles' Dresi Goods, Muslin Un
derwear, House-furnishing Goods.
Wo wish to call special attention to our Easter Millinery. We
have a small assortment of PATTERN HATS, no two alike;
these are Imported direct from London and Paris. Must be seen
to be appreciated. Call early and havo first choice.
I L. B. KERR & Co, Ltd
iMtaw'arKjjM : .-.. MiiSa.-iiujJ!k.K5,MiniA; ' .-iij... '. k. ..-.i .-
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Mr. G. II. Farmer, Now Martinsville, I
W.Va., writes t
"Our littlo son, Harry, Is well and
healthy now and we think if wo do as
you directed us, ho will kcop his health
and grow strong.
"We know that our little son's life
was saved by your wonderful medicine,
Pcruna, and we shall always praise
Pcruna and use It In our family when
"Should wo have any more catarrhal
troublo in our family, wo shall alwaya
wrlto to you for treatment." G. II.
Mr. Howard Androw Sterner, Muddy
Creek, Fa., writes!
"I havo Peruna In my houto all tho
tlmo and won't bo without It. It Is good
for children when they take a cold or
croup. It cured my baby boy of croup.
"I have Introduced Peruna Into six
famlllesslnco I received your last letter,
and four bavo seen relief already."
Howard Andrew Sterner.
C. I.. Stow's house, to which thirteen
of his most Intlmato friends wero In-
vlted. Covers wcro laid for fourteen
and the menu was not unlike that
I which may he read In the Ladles' Home
' Tiii-nnl.tt.n, la In a., ma r.snflpla lip
'Stow has been' having some repalrr
made to his house and for some reason
Ihn M-ntn.. I.n,l l.i,.n 4nmn.l nff Thi
' . ...... ., -.,.. t.n. -.-. .!.. 1aI I
J before or otter midnight and Mr. C. O.
Kennedy agreed to lead In tho slnglm;
ui 4xum wims svv. yiuviucu u3 v,.w
guests would forbear trying to sing
until the chorus was reached. Hawaii
Tho bark P.ictolus from Newcastle
with coal for Eleclo anchored outside
yesterday afternoon. The Pactolus bus
been posted as overdue and reinsured
IE per cent. Baffling winds nnd a foul
bottom wero tho cause of her Blow voy
age. The Pactolus sails for Elcelo as
soon as the schooners Rosamond and
Win. V. Gnrms have discharged their
coal cargoes at that port Trhlcn will be
many weeks yet ns the Wm. F. Garms
hus not yet sailed from her anchorage
outside for Elcele.
Cc-ru-na Should Bo Kept
Whcro Thcro Aro
Peruna should bo kept In tho house
all tho tlmo. Don't wait until tho child
Is sick, then rend to a drug More. But,
have Pcruna on hand accept no aub-
Children are especially liable to acuto
catarrh. Indeed, most of tho affections
of childhood aro catarrh.
, AU form" ' ro tl"1rc",t,' 1ulny cruP
hoarseness, laryngitis, etc., are but dif
ferent phases of catarrh.
Mrs. Amelia Sailor, Mcnasha, Wis.,
"I have used Pcruna for a number of
years. It cured mo of chronto catarrh
which I suffered with from Infancy.
"When my thrco children were bora
they all had catarrh, but I havo given
them Pcruna and find it very ofteotlvt
In ridding them of this horrible trpublo.
I find that It Is also good to glvo them
as a tonlo and a preventative of colda
"In fact, I consider It a household
blessing, t would not know bow to
raise my children without It. I am
pleased to give It my recommends
Hon." Amelia Sailer.
Address Dr. S. B. Hartman, President
of Tho Hartman Sanitarium, Colum
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