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rttHNMNfl Tlt.M.ETIN. HQNOUtU'. T, H SATURDAY. OCT. 27. 1900.
evening bulletin HONEST MENWOMENENDORSE PERUNA
Published Every liay Except Sunday,
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C. O IIOCKI'S, nuslncs Manager
T the III IXUT1N PUIU.ISIIINa COM' I
PANY, LIMITED, being first duly
worn, nn oath deposes and says: I
That the following h a truo and cor
rrct statement of circulation for Hm
week ending Orl 2fith. I Dot! of the.
Hall) and Weekly Edition!) of tho
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday, Oct. 20 ....2648
Monday, Oct. 22 ..2419
Tuetday, Oct. 23 . . .2363
Wedneaday, Oct. 24 2481
Thursday, Oct. 25 2394
Friday,! Oct.2 2408
Average dally circulation . . 2452
Circulation of Weekiaullttln.
Tueiday, Oct, 23d, 1906 .. .2488,
Number of wttfcllet delivered on
the Island of Hawaii alone 1096 ,
vomblned guaranteed average
circulation . -HMO
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by C. O. nOCKIIS.
nvlneas Manager. ,
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ftue me this 27lh ill) of
IBEA1.) October, A. I). IKOii.
P. II, nURNCTTB,
Notary Public. First Judicial Circuit.
Civics hnvo il cldiil tn guess r"nn
on one of their nn1l(latrx Hut their
endorsement of I'ocpoo for Purity allll
Curl Ik laukca's speech nn published
In tho Advertiser Indicates that lie Ik
willing I" accept oh IiU nn thing they
write out for him
The Job Curtis now has on his
hands In in maid) the people bcllevo
he ever Invented what hi new-found
Irlcnds put In hl mouth.
Wrecking the Ilcpuhlknn party la
the only purpose tho Antl Saloon
Leaguers can icno by their program.
They will get n beautiful array of ref
ormation from Republican opponent!
Why not call an American confer
ence of all Intcresta threatened by Cu
ban annexation? There Ih enough of
them, and unity must characterize all
Do the Antl Saloon Leaguers lie
llcvc that a saloon la finite right when
It Ik Harveylzod? That Ik what their
cffortK go to prove, nut the rank and
tile of the voters will not support hy
pocrisy What gobs of sound have followed
the nxposurc of the campaign of mis
icprcsentatlon. W. O. Smith laid
them cold on the booze Iskiio and tho
Civic Kcderatlon begins to wonder
whether saloon-owners nre the men
to put In charge of saloon reforma
tion. KEEP WATCH OF CUBA.
Though Hawaii Is deeply Interested
In Uh locnl politics. It should not fot
get the Cuban situation, the campaign
for annexation and what It meaiiH to
the Industry of these Islands.
The Washington correspondent of
the London Times In a letter to his
paper dealing with Cuban Intervention
made the following statement which
goes to conllrm what our citizens hao
believed exists notwithstanding tho
failure of tho mainland press to gen
erally kUo prominence to such a view
He saj s;
Tho men. II Is asserted, who
really devised this Insurrection,
who organized It, who financed It,
nnd who have from a Mifo place
In the United States, developed It
tn Its piCKcnt omliioiiH proportions,
havi) lar different view a nnd alms
thnn thisc. Their Intention Is,
and has been fiom tho first, to
provoke Intervention by tho Unit
ed States and then to hae that
lead to annexation.
These men nre not Cubans nt
nil, or most of them aro not, but
Americans, chiefly having their
offices In New York Some of
them have long been Interested In
Cuban lands, tobacco factoiics,
and sugar plantations. Moat of
them, howoer havo acquired
such Interests slnco tho Spanish
war nf 189S, Tliy huvo seemed
largo tracts of land In Culm, and
huvu organized all sorts of devel
opment companies, sugar compa
nies, rubber companies, and what
not. Homo of tliusu enterprises
nru uf u very dubious eharnrler,
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The Utmost Confidence In Pc-ru-na.
llon.O. O Itrnnkn, lnor uf Mintiiiry Ohln, nUo A) 4
lornry for l'tumora' dUuk and hutibury Kulldlnu A T
lMiu u, Till) in i
"I hae the utmost tonfldencc In the Irtuc of Peruna.
"It is a great medicine.
"I have used It and I have knou n many of my friends 1
Hfto nave obtained hcncllclai results irom Its use,
"I cannot praise Peruna too highly, "
Colds In Head, Throat and Chest.
Mrs. Lucy Houy, fill lith Am-., Drunk
lyh, 7". Y., wrltcn:
"I am thoroughly convinced that
l'eruna is everything that It i raid
, "It cured me of a cold which hunt: nn
for over two month mid which had mo
greatly worried, l'erunn, though, acted
like mnglr anil I earnestly recommend
For special directions everyone should read
Smith A Co, Hobron Drug Co , Honolulu, Hawaii.
By Pe ru-na.
mond street, Af
pie ton, Wis.,
years I was In a
tion, and I could
find no relief
from doctors and
"I could not
enjoy my meals
and could not
sleep at night.
"I bad heavy dnrk circle about tho
i. My friends were much alarmed.
"I waudvlcd In giro Peruna a trial
and In my Jor 1 began to Improvo with
lliu flret bollle,
"After Inking six iKittles I felt com
"I cannot nay loo much for Peruna as
n mi dlr-lii" fur woiiitu In a tun-down
'The lilt of Life," a
Pe-ru-na Tor General Debility,
Mrs. M. W. Keffel, SI2 Matagorda St.,
Han Antonio, Tex,, writes:
" ftaic used Peruna for general de
bility and hae found It cry bene
llclal." Mr. William 11. KwltJer, XX, K. Md
street, New- York Clly, writes:
"I was troubled with calarrh of the
throat particularly and suffered consid
erably asm result thereof for a period of
about live years, and my general health
"Three j cars ago 1 was forced lo give
up luminous, and look up my residence
In the Western country, looking for re
lief In a change of ellmsto as well as a
change In tho method of treatment for
"I had known of Peruna liofnro but
my liellcf seemed to llo In private treat
ment. "Alter much expense, Imlh here and
In the West, I wn Induced by a friend
In Chicago to try Peruna.
"I began tho un of same whilst there
and continued It for nlxnit five weeks,
st theendof wlil'-li time I returned to
New York, both will and happy.
copy of which surrounds each bottle.
Pe-ru-na Recommended For Coiif hs and Colds.
am now no
Peruna, but, If
arise, I shall ro
shall alwajs tin
pleased lo speak
a word In fawir
of IliU excellent
Miss Theresa A. Lund, Kce'y Alpha
Iodgc, No. llttl, M. . A., Marinette,
"I have ued yonr Peruna for catarrh
and hno found it to bo all that 3011
claim for It. I cheerfully recommend
Peruna to any one suffering from ca
tnrrli, n I liellve thai, as in my case, it
Gives Pe-ru-na Credit.
Mr. James ll. King, Alamo Hotel,
Colorado Hprlngs, Col., member You
mans of America, write:
"I had to como litre on account of
Prlnce.Tonah Katanlanaole, IVJ K street, N.W., Wash
ington, II. (!., Delegate In Congress from Hawaii, writes: I
" can cheerfully recommend j our Peruna as a very t
effective remedy for coughs.cotds and catarrhal trouble." I
lung trouble and found that my recov
cry w as very slow.
"A friend suggested that I try Peruna
and I did so. I began to Improve very
rapidly nnd I kept right on using it. In
four months my lungt were all healed
and my cough all gone.
"I feel Hint much of the credit Is duo
lo Peruna and 1 am pleased to en
Forfno medical advice, address Dr.
H. II. Ilirtninn, President of tho Hart
man Uaultarliim, Columbus, Ohio.
Peruna la for sale by the following druggists and will supply the retail trade
TltftRK are somo things which are at
sure as fate, and can be relied on to
occur to at least one-half of the human
family unless moans are taken to pre
vent. First, colds not promptly cored are
snre to cause catarrh.
Second, catarrh Improperly treated la
sure to make life short and miserable.
The Destructive Power f Catarrh.
Catarrh spares no organ or function ot
1 1 is capable of destroying sight, taste,
smell, hearing, digestion, aeoretlon, ai
slmllatlon and excretion.
It pervades every part of the human
body, head, throat, stomach, bowels,
bronchial tubes, lungs, liver, kidneys,
bladder and other pelvic organs.
The Curative Power of Pe-ru-na.
Thero la no fact In popular medical
science better established than that a
teaspoonful of Peruna before each meal
will surely lessen the danger of catch
Now, since this Is trne,and experience
hearsltont most forcefully, thousands
of Uvea would he saved, and tens of
thousand of cases of chronic, catarrh
prevented by this simple precaution
within reach of every one.
Pernna la not simply a palliative to
relievo some of the distressing symp
toms. It brlngs'permancnt relief.
Oalned Thirty Pouads In Wellht
Mr. John O. Russell, S10 County St.,
Portsmouth, Vs., writes, regarding hla
wife's case, as follows:
"1 thought 1 would be doing but Jus
lice to your great modiclne to tell on
what It has done for my .wife.
"Two years ago the doctor called at
our house on an average of three times
a week In attendance upon my wife who
was suffering from acute Indlgeitlon.
"While on a visit to some friends she
had an attack and I prepared to go for
the doctor when our friend proposed
"I gave her a dose, repeating It In a
halt hour and her. pains passed away.
Since that time my wife has gained
"We aro never onl of Peruna When
the children or I have a cold we take
some of mamma's Peruna.
"I find Hint It has cut my doctor bills
down to almost nothing."
Thousands of Testimonials. "
Wo havo on fllo thousands of testi
monials like tho ones given here.
We can give our readers only'a alight
glimpse of the vast array ot unsolicited
endorsements, wo are receiving every
Probably no other physician in the
world lias received such a volume of en
thusiastic letters ot thanks as Dr.
llartman for Peruna. , . , ,, .
In Honolulu, Hawaii: Benton,
prolUalile. Hut the proiuoteiH of
them wnnt Inrger pro!tH than
could thus be reaped. They know
that, if tho Island wero unncxid
to the United Slates, the Miluo of
their lands nnd the profltH of their
business would ho Increasnl many
fold. For then Cuba would bo
brought within the pile of th"
Dlngley tnrlff Cuban tobacco,
Hiigar, and other prodiutH would
enter the Amerlenn markets duty
free, Amerlenn manufactures
would similarly entci 'Cuba free,
and thero would he 11 high tnillf
wall agnlnst all (he rest of tho
The enterprising uliemcra who
are, promoting this plan weie
much disappointed when, In IK'.'S,
at tho beginning of thn Spanish
war. Congress specifically declar
ed that Cuba would not be iinnex
ed, but would ho left tn the gov
ernment of Its own people The
tried hard to lime that pledgo ic
rrilsjBAT,. - .. ,niTo
V- Is k&EJ3?nss!a(MciVctMt'Ti
t .- ,
Matlock Avenue $36 00
Young Street ,26 2ri
Lunnlllo Street 500H
McCully Street 25 00
Emma Street ,1250
Beretanla Street -1000
Aloha Lane 18 00
King Street 3D 00
Nuuanu Street ... .... 50 03
Prospect Street 50 00
Merchant St. (olllccs) 10 00
Young street SO 00
Lots at Kalmukl for cash or III
exchange for tugar atockt.
Henri Walorhouse Trust Go,, Ltd..
Corner Fort mid Merchant tits
pudlnted nt the end of tho war,
when the ttcnty of peace was
made, hut In vain. Hut they then
cipcul) hoastcil that, white Cuba
mhht be mndo Independent for n
lime. Its Independence would not
Inst It would not bo permitted to
Inst So they hno been plotting
nnd intriguing diligently to pro
duce a Mate of affairs which would
compel the United Slates to Inter
vene for the restoration of order
In the Inland, nnd which would
nuKo it seem necessary for tho
Unl'nl States tn establish perma
nent control over the Island for
the maintenance of peace. Of
this Intention they have made no
secret, llcfore the present Insur
rection began, American specula
torn Interested in Cuban lands
wero openly unylng, In Washing
ton nnd In Now York, thnt there
would soon bo an uprising In that
Island so serious ns lo icqulrc
ADVERTISER ANO ITS CANDIDATE
(Advertiser Nov. I. ,u
"lauken Is nn unstable, vncclllnllng
man who has belonged to nil three
parties In si ear nnd cannot lie de
pended upon In move In any given po
litical direction If the wind chntiKcK
Ho hns confessed to having Indelible
apnts on hla retold. Hut hla most se
rious fault an n Delegate In Congress
would be his blind, unrenKonlng hatred
ot white men and white men's mean
"I say there Is graft going on there
(pollco department). That cntrupllon
exists nobody can deny. And every
nno who has Inken thn trouble tn as
certain, kuouH how tho pollco have
been sent hero and thero to do politics
not for the llepubllcan party, but for
tho machine." Curtis Inuken, In his
speech prepaid! by the Adverllsei for
the Democratic meeting at I'auoa last
"There Is an element In our party
who thinks that politics bus no place
here. 1 am not of that creed." Curtis
laukea In a letter written Aug. IS,
l'M2, while ho was jet n Ilcpuhlfcan.
"Has the Democratic parly ever
done nn.v thing?" Curtlt laukea In n
speech nt the Honolulu Iron WorkB
Thurhday noon, Oct, 1'5, l'JUO.
Our Stocks of
arc now in good shape for
the usual heavy Fall buying
QUALITY AS WCLL AS
Our Lines of
PILLOW CASES, SPREADS
Woollen or Cotton,
CANNOT DE DEATEN1
Stock up now, while the
lu all In your favor.
( II Ihls combination tn which the
Tlm-s' loriespondent refers can car
ry Its campaign through the Spanish
American war, become n fnclor.ln tho
final disposition of the Island when In
deplnileiue wn rocstnbllshed, nnd
bring about a ruvnlt against tho Inde
pendent government, it mind ho grant
ed that It Is persistent and bears
In other words, the cnmpalgii for
tho annexation of the island Is a con
stant, one hacked b poweiful and
able men, alert for a fnvorablo open
ing. The onl) nay to light such an enemy
is tn be equally vigilant. Tills comes
homo with ns much fmce In thn to
bacco, sugni and Irult Interests uf tho
mainland as to tho iiRilciiltitrullsts of
One of the Impersonal statements
given out nt Washington which Is rep
icsenled as accurately outlining the
policy of tho Administration, rcailH ns
"Culn must Imvo another
chance Annexation Is not to bo
thought of In this moment. Wo
must tegiird tho lepuhllc- lib a cm
which has been overliiriied, and
wo must put our hhoiildera tn tho
side, restore It to Its wheels, and
stnrt ll off again under tho c initio
of a competent engineer.
"In tho shortest possltdo lime,
consistent with the restoration of
order, elections will bo held, nnd
when Ihoy am finished Amerlenn
troops will bo withdrawn. It Is
Impossible now lo say when these
elections will taliu place. If the
J, II, llcniociC,,,,Ocner Miujer
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We are offering
Machine and Wheel, from 2 dollars up, for Hand,
Foot or Machine Power; for any kind of tools. Anyone utlng tools can
not afford to be without CARBORUNDUM WHEEL, at It will not draw
temper from any tool. Give It a trial.
GEO. E. LA MONT SOLE AGENT
ROOM 4, WAITY BLDO.
m i 1 - aea I
countrj Is perfectly quiet, and tho
revolutionists disband Immediate
ly the call will bo Issued nt once,
within a short time.
"The President does not want tn
n main in Cuh.v any longer than
absolutely necessary It cannot
he btnted yet w'"thcr tho United
Stales will supervise tho elections
or not. Whnt tho President would
ptefer Is that tho Cubans follow
tho American example and station
reptescnlntlves of both parties at
"If In tho long tun It proves lm
pocslhln to prevent revolution sue
1 ceding revolution, why, then tho
United Stales will havo tn tako
and administer Cuba In homo
shape or manner. We are nut up
to such n course now. Wo fool
wo nno It to ouiselvca, we nwo It
to Cuba, we owe It tn South
America and we owe It to thn
world to glvo Cuba ono chance
more, Wo want tho pcoplo of
South America In understand that
when wo Bay anything wo mean It.
"1'iealilent Roosevelt would no
moie o In diplomacy than he
would In private life, and If wo
weio in annex Culm nt this time.
South America would consider
that Keen tin y Hoot, in thn niimn
nf thn United Stales, deliberately
had bought In decelvo It."
'I hla HliitciiiDiil la 1111 doubt what
II Is icpicMiitcil In ho And It Is of
11 ilininrliir In glwi liiall itiulliluiiin,
'I lie llilllellu iniiespondnnt wrll'ia
along ihn satiio line.
Now IIIiI'Ichh i s nut In ho que
ilniinl tluil Ihn niiiii In whom lliu
l.miilnii 'limes luium uiu m at wiik,
HOUSE AND LOT ON
MAKIKI ST. $2150.
HOUSE AND LOT
838 FORT T.
They are storing ammunition to pre
pare the public mind and tho official
disposition tn accept Cuba with a rush
when the opportunity or ps) etiological
Hawaii's business duty, then, la In
111 operate with mainland Interests
unil with llioui carry mi an equally ag
gressive and watclilul cumpaln.11 to
(iffsiit Ihn Insidious scliomca uf tho
sperulnlorH In Cuban lauds and securi
ties, Hit rnit vliiliiineo has nut ni pun ml
In ho nilii'i Hum limp dm u( bmicsa
(in wu un llbe y,
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