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PATNINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU T. H.. SATURDAY. NOV. 21. 1906.
Published Every liay Except Sunday,
t 120 King Street. Honolulu,
T. II., by the
KEEP OFF ALL
BY TAKING PE-RU-NA.
ULLETIN PUBLI9HINU CO., LTD.'
WALLACE R. FARRINOTON.. Editor
Entered at tbo Postofflce it Ilono
nolulu as second class matter.
Payable In Advanis.
Par month, mywncre In U. S,.t .3
Per quarter, anywhere In U. 3.. 2.00 1
Per year, any where U. H 8.00 1
Peryear, postpaid, foreign 11,00
aixmontha f .50
Per year, anywhere In U. S 1.00 I
Peryear, postpaid, foreign .... 2.00
Territory of Hawaii, ) ,
Honolulu, )is: '
First Judicial Circuit. ) I
C'O. UOCKUS Business Manager,
of the Uultetln Publishing Company I
Limited, being first duly sworn, on 1
oath deposes and says. That the fol
lowing Is n true and correct statement
of the circulation, for tho week cmllnq '
Friday, November 2.1rd. 190i'., ol the
Dally nnd Weekly I.'ditluns of the,
Lvenlng Uultetln '
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday, Nov. 17 2632
Monday, Nov. 19 2418
Tuesday, Nov. 20 2457
Wednesday, Nov. 21 2133
Thursday, Nov. 22 . 2556
Trlday, Nov. 23 2451
Average dally circulation . .2492
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
Tuesday, Nov. 20th, 1906 .2496
Number of Weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hawaii alone , 1098
Combined guaranteed average
BULLETIN PJIIILISIILNT. CO. LTD.
by O. O. HOCKt'S,
Subscribed and sworn to be
fore mc this 21th day of
(SEAL November, Anno Domini,
f 11 Ul'UNETTE.
Notar) Public. First Jir.c.a. Circuit.
.NOV 21, KM'!.
Do not forget ti be up early on Mon
day to greet the band when the Koic
According to the morning paper'
line of argument, localise Mr. Buffan
deju had an opportunity to be dishon
est, he thcreforo must ba dishonest
Will Secretary Atkinson's colleague
on tho Hoard of Immigration endorse
bis Insinuations that tho planters do
not Intend to give the Portuguese Im
migrants "fair play"?
Perhaps the President and the .Sec
retary have decided to apply the New
Zealand land law to Hawaii, and thus
"prevent the acquisition of largo tracts
of land by private corporations."
On the authority of Secretary Atkin
son it Is stated that the President Is
greatly Interested In preventing the
orlentallzatlon of theso Islands. Hat
the President, or Is It the Secretary,
who has forgotten the treaty rlghtB ot
Japan? Uvidently the Japanese turn
not, because we are told that there ore
100,000 of them waiting to como here.
There aro various ways ot lighting a
Trust. The Federal Government In
tends using the legal route to try and
dissolve the Standard Oil monopoly. In
Tennessee and Kentucky this seems to
be a tedious, and perhaps fruitless, pro
cess, bo the dynamite routo has been
used effectively to wreck the ware
bouses of the American Snuff Trust,
Before leaving for Panama, President
nuoscvelt again declared that no com
blnatlon of circumstances could Indues
him to become a candidate for re-election,
lie further said that bo was not
so possessed of self-esteem us to believe
the policies ho hat been pursuing could
not be carried to their logical condit
ion by his successor, whoever he may
If the mainland custom of distribut
ing sample ballots before election vyrc
In force here, the old cry of fraud would
toon die out and voters would havo an
opportunity to study tho Various tick
ct and practlco marking their ballots
at home. There would also be less time
occupied by voters at tho booths, fewer
ballots thrown out and more votes
Physicians in San Frauclsro claim
to have discovered the underlying prin
ciple of vital forces. Dr Albert J At
kins and Dr. Emma A. Lewis demon
strated before a body of physicians ana
experts how sound wives could be
transmitted und beard through a telcv
phone receiver connected with two elec
trodes swallowed by u inun and kept
In contact with the walla of the Gtom
It It not fair of Governor Carter to
throttle in its infancy thut little dlgtco
slori that seemed to bo In eight for
some "fur flying" when Mr Atklnuiti
returned, Honolulu loves u utrap of
any kind, mill thoru would be mushier
alile betting whether tho (lou'iunr'a (ur
or the Hiti clary's fur would Ily the
most, It would hnvv Ihhi u llvi'lr bout
ninl liuiilii have iitlmctuil a dinviM
niuiia at the Orjiliiuiiu, ui uIumiU ui
"Uit It flenriie," ur "flu II Jurk, at Hie
illlferriil iiun uw llmlr uiiemys
Mr )w 'urilittft
F JltfL. y?$S3)&rm mmmmmmmsi Pe-ru-na, the Most Reliable Remedy For f3WmS!fZ lh H
s9l w HAiiVbEl-N WiiMH l IMssBssHssssvtv -: l V CiVflilaB idR V'- aaaaaK icft' QnnUMl.
MR. GEO. II. THOMPSON,
AI Work On the Farm and
rrlln Well All the Time.
(lfn. II, Thompson, Craft,
MIm writes I
"I have boon cured of ra
Urrh by your medicines,
lvrnnii unci Mninlln. I had
been nffeclcil with catarrh of
the stnmseh alxiut alt my
life, and wn taken bad every
Hprlng and Hummer.
"I uned several kind of
patent medicine, but they
did me no good, I then took
a treatment under an M. D.,
which did me but little good.
Ily this time I had come to
where I could catnothlng but
little sonp. I had severe
pslns, had lout In weight and conld
not do anything. I began taking
your medicines, Pernna and Manalln. I
then weighed 1M pound, but after tak
ing several bottle of reruns and
one bottle of Manalln, I weighed 100
"I am now at work on the farm and
feel well all of the time. I eat all I
want to and my friend say that I look
bolter than ever liernro. I will ever
praise Peruns for It healing power."
Pe-ru-na is a Systemic Remedy.
If Pcruna prove efficient for catarrh
In one place, It will he equally potent
In any other place, bocause It I a ys
The people generally are Tery much
misinformed a to the natnre of catarrh .
Catarrh la nsnally believed to he ron
fined to tho head, noo and throat. Lat
terly wn sometime hear nf catarrh of
the stomach and catarrh 'of the bowels.
Heldom,lf ever, do w hear of catarrh
of any other organk
It Is not because the- nreann are not
subject to catarrh, nor that ralirrb nf
meno organ in not a very rommon ill
, but simply becaune It I not cenor
ally known that affection of these
organ may be due to catarrh
For special directions everyone ahould read "The Ilia of Life," a
8mllh A Co, Hobron Drug Co, Honolulu, Hawaii.
Secretary Atl.lnson'n official Inlor
matlon, thai he furnished In a nows
jnper man in Washington, Is moro re
plete with Interest than lire tho usual
newspaper emanations from our Sec
retary. So much mi that It Is worthy
There Is nothing now In Ihe fad
that tho President Is Interested In the
Immigration scheme for Hawaii, Tilt
Secretary has told us that tlino and
again, nut It Is news, astounding
news, that Commissioner Sargent Ih
coming hero to hco " that the Immi
grants are given n square deal, that
they aro allotted the land promised
them, and that it is good land."
It Is hard to Imagine how a more
deliberate Insult could bo leveled ni
our plantation interests, unless wo to
call tho f rot hints uttered by our Sec
retary against the same Interests upon
aXjT t" -STOOR aowtf BSOK1M.
Lunalllo St, (near Kcwalo) ...$30.00
MeCully Street 20.00
Beretanla Street 40.00
Proapect Street 27.S0
King Street '. 30.00
Aloha Lane , ,,,,, 15.00
Matlock Avenue 36.00
Nuuanu Street 50.00
Office auites (Fort Street) 10.00
I FOR SALC!
Lot In Manoa Valley, Puupueo
Tract 1,000, and upwards, rfccnrdlng
to site. Choice building site College
Hills two and a quarter acres at a
bargain, Half-acre homo lot on
Punchbowl Slopes, Very chesp for
Hin.) WilJihouti Trust GqhU..,
Comer r'orl mil Uerclianl til;
I Ml BW
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',' W lHH' - l I Mr.nutvHchmldt, Hprlng Valley, III., wiliest
kW ., J ' "I hail cstarrh of the head and throat for over thirty years. It became
V.i t LLLLmWr 'V J ' worso every year. About tbrco months ago 1 commenced to lake rerun
L BlB TMR. W. J ! anil Manalln, and now I am entirely cured of that troublesome slckne.
h;1 jk 1 cmri i. 1 uui iiii-in.iiiu r.vi. M.i.r...r . - -
KS ' burn not ltrrd In Tiiln, Doctor, and I thank you for tho Root, you haye tlono
Climatic Ailments Overcome By
Mr. W. J. Temple, It. T. D. 3, Del
ware, Ohio, write:
"I am a farmer and so necearlly
musllKx-xpixcd to all klncNof weather.
Almut three year ago laU wlntor, I
wa taken slek with bowel and stomach
"One doctor called It ulceration of
the bowel, another called it rolltl.
Another doctor helped mo tempo
rarily. "Then a drnggist recommended
Peruna and I followed hi advice. I
took altogether five bottle and I con
sider myself a well man.
"Ilefnre lining Peruna, It wa ntterly
impossible for me to do a day' work,
but now I can ilo farm work without
tho least trouble or fatlgu, I consider
Pcruna the best medicine and tonlo on
"I bid not eaten a meal for five yearn
without distress until I took Poruna.
I have recommended It to several
friends with good results,"
tho decision of Ills lusl return fiom
!tli, miiltiliin.l Tho liiulnlmllnn lu ill
icct that the planters here, who nto
erecting rottiigcH for tho new laborers,
Intend to client them iih to their laud.
Willie It may be trno that they did not
nt (list readily fall in with the Idea ot
surrendering land to laborers, this Is,
w( believe, llm first llmo nn rrcnnl
that nny 1-Vderul olllelal bus ever
doubted their honesty, and Hint they
worn ilWinncst men must, have been
tho Impression conveyed to tho Prusl
dent, because it is Mr. lloonevelt vvlm
wants Commissioner Sargent to go
to Honolulu to sen that llio Itumlgr.ints
nro given u square deal."
Further nflklul Knocking mr ovl
dently been demo by the Secretary of
tho Territory, regarding Mr Henry 12.
Cooper, vvlioho name has moro than
r.nco been mentioned as th.it of a pos
rlblu successor to (Inventor Carter,
OUR FALL OIIOWINQ OF
Is now complete and awaits your In
There's CRAVENCTTC LONO
COATS and 3-4 COATS In all celora
and three styles, Fitted Back, Ocinl-
Fitted Back and Loose Back.
There's JACKETS in similar styles.
There's TAILOR-MADE SUITS In
ti e latest cuts and In many varieties
Tlierc'o a large line nf SKIRTS M
all prices and in many styles and ma
terials There's Jmt what you want If you
want anything nt all In lleady.mailc
I 111'. .1 H V V IMS (-11 II V . vim. i mi ,v v -'--------"- -J -
A TALK TO
TUP. farmer I the salt of the earth.
Without tho farmer, thelnduslrlal
world with all II flurry and Immenso
wealth could not esll for a day.
It I upon the soil that wo all riopend
for our living.
Nn mutter how far one may be re
moved from tilling the soil, or how lit
tlo he may know almiit tho farmer' vo
cation, ho I vitally dependent upon tho
thing which grow In the soil.
Farming Is the basis nf all wealth and
lathe bulwark of all civilisation.
The farming ela I rapidly becom
ing Intelligent and shrewd in business
The reuben and the country bnmpkln
have disappeared and In their slesd a
practical well-trained bnslnen man.
capable nf the highest form of com'
mcrclal activity, ha arlnen.
Peruna I a very popular medicine
among; the farming class.
copy of which surrounds each bottle.
'Ihe rtullelln believes that Mr. Cooper
vwiull ninku a good (lovernor. Hut
whit uro wo to undrrslund from tho
s'l.itcincnt that "the President under-
stands tho slgnlllcntieo or tho occn-
ulim.il mention of Henrv Conner for
the next (lovernor of tho Islands."
I'tiilcrstninlH what Hlgnllk-anco? What
i iKiilllcuncn could he meant or Implied
oilier t tut st the mere fact Hint Mr.
Cooper's friends would llko to sea him
(lovernor, nnd they will tnko good
'iaie Hint the Implied slur which ex
Ihts In the words "understands llm
significance" will he, ascertained and
hurled buck at the uttcrer.
Tho renson for It Is not far to seek.
It conies In tho next paragraph from
the Washington correspondent, as fol-
"Tho President Is stoutly backing
Secretary Atkinson, und especially re
quested that Mr. Atkinson should not
leslgn too Heereinrysntp to go mm
Hem wo have, ns plainly as (he
wnrd i-iin spell it, tho announi cnienl,
which Mr. Itoosevelt undoubtedly nev.
er authorised, Hint Mr. Atkinson Is n
candidate for the Governorship, that
ho would II'ko to succeed Mr. Carter,
Are You In Doubt
AS TO WHAT TO BUY FOR A
JUST ALLOW US TO
SHOW YOU SOME OF OUR HANr-
Thio year They're all the Rage,
We have an immense stock of all
kinds. Silver and dold, Set with Dla
mondi, Rubles and Other Btonss,
Many a family depend largely npon
Peruna a a family medicine and the
Borne farmer are far removed from
phyalclans, and In any case they are
far moro self-reliant and more liable to
depond upon a household remedy than
people who live in tho cities.
Dr. Hartman, who for many years
was a farmer himself, and who still
own and manage ono of tho bct farm
In the Hlate of Ohio, Is a friend nf tho
former, and It Is with the farmer that
tho lmmennebulkot his correspondence
The million of booklet published
and distributed by Dr. Hartman every
year circulate rbli-fly among the farm
A largo number of unsolicited testl
monlsln roneernlru: Poruna como from
the farmers every year.
Peruna la for sale by the following druggists and will supply the retail trade
nnd that "the President Is stoutly
bucking Secretary Atkinson." This,
r.o doubt, Is the Secretnrj's cxeuso for
failure to mnko connection with n
.lnrgo Wnll Street firm, nnd ho wishes
to imply Hint ho lias given up nil
thought of leaving Hawaii becauso the
President Is hacking him. Wo arc
told lliat "Mr Cooper will stand no
show." To this, wo may ntld, Hint
there Is ono other who has oven loss
Whfn tho President rends tho Wash
ington correspondent's story, together
with tho Ilullclln's -view nf It, ho will
i.o doubt be Komovvhnt surprised, lint
mi much perhaps nt what has been at
tributed to him hh at tho Idiocy of bis
Of courso Mr. Atkinson can deny
that ho ever Inspired the news ills
patch, that lie ever was Interviewed,
or that he ever saw tho correspondent.
But wo will not ho wrong in asserting
that h has lo thank tho correspond
ont for not sending nnn-hnlf of what
THAT TRANS-PACIF10 CONGRESS.
In endorsing thu Idea of n Trans
Pnclfle Congress, Mr. Alnnxn flnrtloy
has again given evldenro of his broad.
ililndcdness and his ability ns a man
of affairs. Tho project Is a largo ono,
Ijiit wo believe there nro men In Hotio
lulu largo enough to liamllu It, and
Mr. Ourlley is ono of them.
If Secretary Wood's Idea of holding
it Consular convention hotti nf thu
samn time ns the Congress could ho
effected, It would glvo It ofllclnl tono
und guarantee success from the stall.
Tho tost Involved need not ho large.
New Cure for Dyspepsia
Worry aliecls the nerves, and pro.
dueea loss of appetite and dyspepsia.
Keep your nervea In good condition
by eliminating worry, A fire Insur.
ance policy will protect you against
loss of your horns and belongings from
fire, Insure today and slfep well to.
night, A proportionately small sum
will guarantee you protection. We Is.
sue best policies,
o ponr 9T.
MR. J. B. ALEXANDER
A Necessity m the Heme.
J. II. Alexander, publisher of the
"Frul t and Floral Gutde, a Magatlne nf
Horticulture," published In Hartford
City, Ind., saya of Peruna:
"I wa afflicted with catarrh of tho
throat and head for over ten years. I
wa treated by many physicians, bat
grow worso nntit I was seldom able to
go out In cold weather.
"About one year ago I was advised to
try Peruna, which I did, and I am now
entirely well ot the catarrh,
"Peruna la a necessity In onr home.
With the first symptom of a cold wo
use it, and aro never afllloted with ca
tarrh) "I adviso all who are afflicted with
catarrh to try Peruna. There Is certainly
nothing equal to It as va catarrh medi
cine." Dr. Hartman Interested In rarmbif.
Notwithstanding Dr. Hartman' busy
professional caroer, ho still continues to
be Interested in farming. He la tho
owner and manager of ono of the larg
est farms In the Hlsto ot Ohio, with
several thousand acres of tho best tilled
land in tho Middle West, and with
hundred of tho ties I blooded perchoron
horses over Imported or raised In this
Dr. Hartman relies npon Pernna en
tirely In case of sickness In his own
Wo would hnvii delegates arriving
hero from lountrles bordering on tho
Pacific nnd ships of war belonging to
different nntlons. Them would bo n
number of American war vessels, onu
of which should bring to Hawaii tho
President of tho United Slates. Ho
has Just shown that ho can spare
three wrckn nway from tho mainland
nn n visit to Panama, nnd it Is said
that he contemplates u trip to tho
Philippines. Ho can mnko tho run to
Hawaii and back to San Francisco
within tho name time ns his Panama,
outing, having at least n week to stny
on theso Islands. Our Idea would bo
to fix the dalo for tho first day of
July, 190S, and what a celebration
there would he In Hawaii on tho
Fourth, with a speech from tho Pies
Ident Tho long session of Congress
will probably termliinto In Juno of
l'JOS. and tho President can easily
mnko his flying trip to this Territory
beforo entering into any plans for tho
Presidential Campaign of that year.
In fact tho trip would braeo him up
for the great polillcul fight. Let us
have tho Tians Pacific Congress by nil
yis; What are you llshltig lu tills
steam for, Hilly?
1111 - Why, I want to get n llsh like
fnlher caught hem last year, II grows
n couple of Inches every time liu tntks
about It. Plck-Mo-Up.
Because WALL, NICHOLS CO.,
LTD,, received by the two last steam
ers 168 Casea of TOYS and HOLIDAY
Goods, both for old and young; XMAS
CARDS and CALENDARS; GIFT
Books; TOYSJ TOYS! TOYS, Every
child ahould have the Latest THE
TEDDY B and TEDDY G.
ROOSEVELT BEAR BOOK.
Coma early before they are all gone.
Wall, Nichols Co.,
J. M. Davis
8EWINQ MACHINE REPAIRER,
lilt PORT 8T, nur Bene TANIA.
eiwlnj iniclilnti for ili,
TBL. MAIN lli
Pc-ru-na, a Household friend.
Mr. Henry Bohxcadtr, Eatey, Mich,
"I suffered for almost ten years with
catarrh of tho stomaeh and all doctor
ing was of no avail. Itooknlnebottlee
of Peruna and two of Manalln and am
now entirely cured.
"I recommend tho medicine to all
whoaroanilcted with this disease- It
la my housohold friend."
One of Dr. Hartman' Grateful Cor
Mr. W. II. Callahan, proprietor of III;
Hill Farm, and prominent frnlt grower
and stock raiser, fllcnvar, Va., writes:
"I write to oxpre my klndnoa
toward you and yonr good modlelno,
"I had a very bad spell of slcknesa
and could not oat anything at all. My
head, stomach, In faot, my whole body
ached, and It looked as though nothing
would do roe any good. I had almost
"I decided to try a bottle of yonr
Pernna and before I had taken half tba
bottle my appettto came to me anijiy
head Is'oame all right. In fact, I waa
all right all over. Pernna cured me."
Whllo Pernna la not confined to any
nnoclasaof people, yet It I probably
trno that the farming class more thaa
any other, rely npon Pernna for the
prevention and cur of all ollmsUe
In Honolulu, Hawaii: Benson,
GEAR AND DE FRIES
EXPENSE ACCOUNTS 1
John Do Fries hns filed a statement
nf bis expenses of his cnmpalgn for
the Sitpervlsorshlp nt Kwa, as follows:
Feo for candidate papers ?-5 00
Printing . . . 3 SO
Traveling expenses 14 CD
Tolnl $13 00
A. V dear spent $133 on his cam
paign foi n Supervlsorshlp. His au
intuits show the following Items;
Nomination feu 25 00
Personal expenses 32 00
Printing nnd advertising 76 00
Total I33 1)0
min ro. m mv
Jos F.splnosa, charged with assault
cm tho high sens on tho person nf tin!
second mato of thoiCoroiindo was glv
eii a hearing beforo I', S. Commission
er Davis this morning and held for the
Federal (Irnnil Jury on Deccmlier 30
It Is alleged thai ljsplnoha hit tho of
ficer with an Iron belaying pin
High Sheriff Henry left Inst night
for ttio Koolnns to search for Francis
co Lopez, tho pilsnner who has made
such a record lu cm aping from Jail.
Nevvn was received ycBterelay to tbo
o licet that Lopez was hiding In Hint
kci'tl.in ami tho High Sheriff started
nt once to locnlo his man.
Lopez ktiouH tho country on tho
other shin of tho Inland pretty well, hh
hn unlit ll n visit the last tltnn hn pm
cnpel, liefmn goliiR lo Wnlalun, where
ho was captiiifd by Deputy Cox,,
MOTIONS NOT ALLOWED
HKiiltiht Iho pin Hie Mall H. H, Co. fit
thci iiiullor of Ihe, llhol ugaliut thu
Mum litn In llils iiioiultiK, Judge Dolo
denied Hut lii'it Inn In Hlillio Iho excep
tions fioiti llm Hie, mill iiUd Ilia mil
lion In nllinv Hie ixikiimis Wi'diiu
day, Nmi'iulii'r UN, wan e fur thu
hi'uiluii nf Hin luiimllniis lu Ilia mi-
r-wei III Hin lllii'l,
HT'Ttr Hint" nidi en Ml
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