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I EVENING BULLETIN
F.VfiMlMa BULLETIN. HONOLULU. T H.. WEDNESDAY. DEC. 12. 1906-
Published Every Day Except Sunday,
t 120 King Street. Honolulu,
T II, by tbe
BULLETIN PUBLI3HINQ CO, LTD.
WALLACE R. FARRINCTON.. Editor
Entered at the 1'ostofflce at Hono
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Territory of Hawaii, )
Pint Judicial Circuit. )
O. O. UOCKUS. Uualness Manager
uf tlie Ilulletlu l'lilillsMnr, Company.
Limited, being tint duly sworn, on
tatb deputes and cays: That the fol
Ion Inr Is a true and correct statement
of the circulation, for the week ending
Friday. December "th, 190C. of the
Dally and Weekly Editions of tlitr
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday, Dec. 1 2024
Monday, Dec.3 2396
Tuesday, Dec. 4 2370
Wednesday, Dec. 5 2425
Thursday, Dec. 6 2363
Friday, Dec. 7 2455
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
Tuesday, Dec. 4, 190C 2497
Number of Weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hawaii alone. ...1098
Combined guaranteed average
BULLETIN PUULIHMNO CO., LTD.
by C. O. UOCKUS,
Subscribed and sworn to union-
mi' this 8th day of
SEAL December, Anno Domini
P. H. HUrtNETTE.
Notar? Public, First Judicial Circuit.
written a book on the marriage nnd
divorce problem, In which she advo
cates trial marrlae.es. Her scheme Is
for the contracting parties to enter
Into nit agreement to try married life
for ft Willi" nil it. If It be unsuccessful
Iqult, being frt'e to start In on another
combination Immediately If desired,
The lady is highly educated and he!
views have aroiteed much comment
Roosevelt a pastor has preached a ser-
inon ascallltig her views but Jt Is not
i yet recorded how the scheme fits in
with the Iloo-evoltlrm Idea, which Is
PROMINENT HOSPITALS SAY
PB-RU-NA DOBS WONDBRS
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IN RELIEVING ALL CATARRHAL DISEASES.
DEC. 12, 190C.
Ileautlful rains. IJvautlfiil sunshine
It Is always that way in Ilawnll
The Supremo Court has closed the
mouth of tliu Innuendo artists who
uere Insistent upon Republican oHlcl.il
j . j
If any man sayH "What's the use? '
In discussing the Consular Conference
and its benefit to Hawaii, he should he
taken into the outer chamber and giv
en n do of American lightning to
wake him up.
Announcement that the lsltlng Jap
anesu squadron will visit other Amer
ican ports than Sun Francisco Is guar
antee that Hih Japanese friends will
lecelvo courteouH treatment at the ma
jority of tho ports visited.
Few, If any. will rise up and cuss
Frank P. Sargent for what ho has lo
ay on Filipino labor for Hawaii. JJvi'ii
tho men promoting It lime looked up
on It mote as a port In a storm than a
glorloui, haven of futuro success nnd
II. P. Ilaldwlu Is one of tho men
whosu million or inure of this world's
goods Is put to tho best uses Ho Is
one of the thoughtful men of wealth
whoso success adds to general pros
perity and content lueiit among all his
Specialists on gambling uro forever
claiming that It Is another kind they
uri- after. Which gotn to confirm the
nubile conviction that a largo share
of their enthusiasm arises from thu
degree with which political scliemeB
nud personal prejudices uro satisfied,
Harrison CI ray Otis Is a in un who
observes keenly mid muki-s up his nilud
without regard to what others say or
may think of his conclusions. There
lore his views on tho Japanese, situa
tion may be put down us absolutely In
dependent and pretty close to tint fact.
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Sometimes It Is rather difficult to
follow national policies. Wn are to
Americanise Hawaii first by European
Immigration uud seiondly by the nat
uralization of Jupanese. Thank Ooail
HC8E that after we uio through with It
all, wu shall b thoroughly American
ized. .New York Is waiting up each day to
discover that ulthougli Hearst has
been defeated, IiIh candidate for Attor
ney OeniTuI Is elected nud therefore
In a position to fiilllll all tho drastic
promises which ludependeuco Leaguu
candidates mado regarding tho calling
to account of tho crlmlual'y rich.
Having mado a beginning on the
plan for I OO.OOU Kuropean Immigrants,
we i-an for the moment turn attention
to the 100,000 tourists that nro equally
needed. The Consular Conference will
help this cause nlong uud establish Ha
waii's prominence on the liiup among
many who now hardly leallze that It
OUR GREAT DOMESTIC TRADE.
This paper has fiom time to time
called attention to Incidents In the
Indiisttlal and lomi.iercinl affairs of
our country which help to explain why
It Is that such n large percentage of
the people of the mainland are Indlf
terent to the opportunities of trade
with 01 he, tommies
The doi.ie-tli n.i'e of the country
Is to ticinrnd in- that they have quite
enough to do Mi providing lor the
American iiis.ouit i
An Idea ot I tie i lonnniis figures of
thlr linde In M'.tn ii irom n recent Chi
(ago dlspaieh ntihli sets forth the
puichases Hi- ,i, . material to he tnnile
by rnll'oa.,1 U...i Necessity for In
ciea'd a'.id i. .pin ed railway equip
nicnt Is t.u u i Index of tho growth
of tin natlo:. dninatlc business
The diepau-h sa)i that the large
pmchas-9 annoumi'd by the Western
railroads Indicate that all records re
lating to Increases In equipment will
be smashed this )car.
The Wabash expects within a few
weeks to make contracts for J12,:t20,
Ceo worth of new cars and engines nnd
the Northern Pacific has Just inailJ
public Its purchase of $7,700,noo worth
nf now freight cars
The llurllngton has begun to re
ceive $.1,558,000 worth of new lucomo
thes and cars. The Santa Fc has an
order for $8,000,000 worth of cars and
locomotives. Added to the recently
announced orders by the llarrlman
lines, aggregating 421.SCO.O00 nnd by
the Rock Island, amounting to JG.000,.
000, this makes $01,138.00 In orders
which six Western systems have plac
ed, practically all of them for delivery
next year. Other roads are malting
purchases on a similarly largo scale,
which they are not yet ready to announce.
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IIOSl'lTAIJi ALL OVEIt THE CO.VriXE.NT FISIU'E-KU-XA VAI.UAIII.E IX TREATIXO ILL CATARRHAL DISEASES.
ATARHII of tho respiratory organs Montreal. Nov. 7. 1903.
v Is a common ailment In Canada for It'e found J'eruna a relief In teveral
at least two-thirds ot the year. cases. ,
ne can say n is m gooa tonic ana we
GO AHEAD JUSINESS MEN.
It will be an exception to unc of the
community rules If some otherwise en
ergetic und Intelligent person does not
rise up and try to throw u wet blanket
on the scheme for obtaining a Con
sular Conference In Honolulu,
The Ilullelln finds It very dlltlcult
to he patient with such Individuals,
though It Is willing to credit, them
with being honest enough. Near-sight,
ed men uro olteu thoroughly honest.
Thu proposal for a Consular Con
ference nud also of a Pau-Paclflu Ex
position Is In line with the things done
by communities made up of men who
believe In going ahead. It Is evidence
In community life of the satno spirit
that has put Hawull to the front In
the pioductlou of sugar.
Now, having demonstrated that wc
cau keep to tho front and lead In oi.o
Hue of human activity, there will In
utile lo our credit if any of thu lead
ers or tho rank ami fllu In business
take thu position that their energies
nro properly exhausted when they
have reached one high place
The Cousular Conferenco will estab
lish Hawaii's position on thu map
more positively than 'it has ever been
located In the knowledge of the world
und especially among tho peoplu of
cur own country, where more light Is
It will center attention on Hawaii
under most favorable circumstances.
It will placo our people among those
who do things, who can branch out
Into the field of largo accomplishments
that have more than u purely local
Olio of thu papers of tho city offers
an explanation of why the majority of
the Supremo Court rendeied Its dec.
hIoii on points of law after It had
counted thu ballots In the contested
tlectiou case If tho explanation sat
isfies thoso schooled in tho law, but
uuxlqiig for a Supremo Court of In
creased membership, the poor devil of
u layman will have, to he satisfied,
Tho wife of Roosevelt's gieat polit
ical friend, l'amons of New Yurk, hus
Lunalllo St. (near Kewilo).... $30.00
McCully 8triet 20.00
Beretanla Street 40.00
Prospect 8treet 27.50
King Street , 30,00
Aloha Lane 15.00
Matlock Avenue 36,00
Nuuanu Street 50.00
Office mites (Fort Street) 10.00
This condition Is no doubt caused by
tho long, sovero winters uxprleue-d in
this part of tho continent.
Thereforo, when 1'crnna was dis
covered by Canadian people to he a re
liable remedy for these catarrhal din
ec, it at onco beeamo a popular medi
cine, not only among individuals and
in families, but In the great honpltaU,
where It was uaed as a preventative and
relief In hundreds of raxes.
These institutions do not heiltste to
give their endorsement of the remedy
which has been so helpful In the treat
ment of their jxxir and sick.
Among there Institutions Is Hint of
the Slaters of Oood Nhepherd, who gave
the following endorsement;
The Peruna Company,
Having uscdl'eruna tor the past few
months, for our sick and poor, He are
happy to say that It has git en us great
The Sisters of the Oood Shepherd,
August 20, IV03. Montreal.
After a continued uo of the remedy,
till Institution has found m reumm to
change it good opinion uf the remedy
and oxpremie Its satisfaction lu thu fol
are very thankful.
Sisters of the Oood Shepherd.
When catarrh onro fastens Itself upon
the system, It becomes an obstinate dis
ease to eradicate,
A systemic remedy one that reaches
every Internal organ of the body Is an
Peruna I Jut such a remedy. It
searches out the cause of the disease,
healing and strengthening the mucous
membrane, and thus giving Nature an
opportunity to perform her part of the
One of the many hoipltal which
have found Peruna uf value In treating
old and obitlnato caes of catarrh is the
Hospital St. John, who write, as
"Wo are happy to tell jou that your
Peruna has given us satlnfactloii. Three
patients have tried it, one (W years old,
Uenout Hupul, afflicted with catarrh, It
in ue 1 1 relieved, morn than he has been
for a number of ears,
"A young girl, IS ears old, had an
obstinate cough, which half a bottle of
Peruna caused to disappear.
"A to Inyiielf, two IkiHU-4 have con
vinced me that Peruna Ii uiaguiflcent'
"Before the treatment I could not
walk for a quarter of an hour without
experiencing much fatigue. Now I can
walk a mile easily.
"Through these three cases we desire
to make known to the public the ef
ficiency of your remedy."
Hospital Ht. John, of St. Johns,
Province of Quebec.
A later letter received from the same
Institution reads at follows 1
"Three week ago I wrote to tell
you how satisfactory we found
Peruna. We recommend It highly tor
colds, coughs, catarrh and neuralgia.
"I have ned It myself as a tonic, with
tho beat results, taken as directed, half
n leaspoonful every half hour."
Peruna nut only promptly relieves
coughs and colds In their first stages,
but Is equally prompt and efficient for
catarrhal diseases in the chronic stage.
Of course, It is only reasonable to
suppose that a great deal less medicine
will lie necessary to cure a slight attack
of catarrh than would be required to
relieve tho ailment after It had been al
lowed to become chronic.
Directions for taking the remedy will
bo found on each bottle, also In Dr.
Hartman's book, called "The, Ills ot
Life," which can lie obtained from yonr
ilrtlirellll for tliu AMlclnv
' Kor special instructions write to Dr.
Hartman, President ot the llartmaa
(Sanitarium, Culuiabua, Ohio. ' '
For special directions everyone should read "The Ills of Life," a copy of which surrounds each bottle.. Pe
runa Is for sale by the following drugotsts and will supply the retail trade In Honolulu, Hawaii: Benson,
Smith A Co., Hotjron Drug Co., Honolulu, Hawaii.
It Is worth whllo. And the hlg (III
zeiis und little citizens of this TVnl
tory cannot afford to cast aside or he
indlffeieut towuid any pioposul that
lomcH under this hcud
What's more, Hawaii will get llil.i
Consular Coiiferi-ui If tlivlo an- not
enough men of fun-sight uud civic en
thusiasm to carry It through at this
time, thoso who are willing to work
will keep at It until the goal Is finally
reached. Fur better will It ho lo git
together now and go fomurd than In
haggle by tliu wuy.
WILL BUY A NICE HOMC.
938 FORT ST.
EDITORS DISCOVER A PARADISE
IShehlulil (lowu) Thrift 1
.Mi'luheiK of thu Southern California
Pii-H-i AhsiHlulloii went over to tliu
Hawaiian Islands lust month on u va-
luiiuii iiiiii ini-iiHiiri nip. iiuwuu iuuki
lie gooii iieyoiui tliu ordinary run uf
guild things, for the pencil pusheix
hud mi Hindi enthusiasm over what
they miw und experienced lu tho Isl
ands that they gut out 11 Iwenty-pago
newspaper us 11 vent, a copy of which
they liuvii kindly laid on our table. If
It was not for the fact that newspaper
men (and uuiiicu) never Indulge, wu
wiiuld hu Inclined to think thnt thu
Im.vk (uud girls) "saw things." Thu
way I hoy leel 01T column after column
about the 1 lluinte, products, resources,
hcuieiy, etc.. In enough to Ilialto unu
wonder If the Hawaiian Inlands uiu 1
puit uf fills miinilHiiu sphere, or, us
one lady of the party expii'iised it, "a
lllth- fiugiiieut uf llcawn dropped lulu
Lots In Manoa Vallev. Puunueo
Tract $1,000. and upwards, according
to size. Choice bulldlna site Colleae
Hills two and a quarter acres at a
bargain. Half-acre house lot on
Punchbowl Slopes. Very cheap for
Henri Waterhouse Trust Co,, Ltd,,
Corner Fort an1 Mercbaul St?
IN TIME TOR CIIRISTMA8
0 -OF 0
Misses' and Ladies' '
COLORS: ALL WHITE, 3 styles,
WHITE with red or baby blue trim,
mlngs, RED, NAVY, GRAY.
TOR USEFUL PRESENTS.
('. W. Huillh, the genial blacksmith
of Maliuwi'll, eutertullied home uf his
filenils ut a chowder party on Ids le
turn from Honolulu. Among tliun
pH-sent wcro thu Misses Aldrlch, Whl
liiii; nnd Htnrbtrd; McmlauiOH II. I).
Ilaldwlu, II. l-'lohr, Jus. Dyson and
.1. A. Combs; Meflxrs. II. I), Ilaldwlu
C W. flmllli. .las. Dyson, A. K. Hur
rls, II. W. KhlerH, A. Hvosler, Olscn,
It. Hmlth, dipt Mosher, K. Itohliduhl,
HilUiholtzp und J. A. Coiuhs,
The Hoard of TriiBKes of Hie Chum
her of t'limiiiei'iii will liieet ut 3 o'clock
J, H, HERT3CHE... .General Manager
LOCATION FOIt RE1
(luveriior Carter, accompanied by
Hiiperllitendeut of Public Works Hoi
lowuy, went duwn to the waterfront
with Captulu Klattcry this morning, to
endeavor to arrive ut Homo compromise
Kgurdlng tho position of the rear
111111:0 hui bur light which Is to he erect
ed by Captain Hlattery. There has
been some dllllciilty us to the position
of this light, und Captulu Slattery 1,01(1
the (lovciiior that he thought It might
be possible to place It on u lot which
Is uwiltuhle, Insteud uf 011 thu street,
Purser John (Irube of the Mlliahala
n poits Sun ruses of honey at Wulmea
In neat and novel
Many new Ideas have
materialized this year In
Jewelry for men and espe
cially In Scarfplne.
Our line of Scarfplns
wag never so large and
complete as It Is now.
EXCLUSIVE STYLES AND
CREAM PURE RYE
AMERICA'S FINEST PRODUCTION
Rich and Mellow
102-104 NUUANU tTRBKT. PHONE MAIN SM.
IMPORTER! AND DEALERS IN FINE WINE8 LIQUOM.
J- M. Davis i
SEWING MACHINE REPAIRER.. I
1216 FORT ST. near BERETANIA.
Sewing machines for sale,
TEL. MAIN 117.
You Visit This Big Stored
DLOM'S big new store Is now ready for Christmas with thou
sands of dainty, useful and handsome goods for holiday gifts.
Our large store hae given us the opportunity to go more extensive
ly Into Christmas than ever before. You will find our prices low
est. Do your buying early, You wlfl thus avoid hurry, worry and
confusion, and be better satisfied on Christmas Day,
REMEMBER: Wt have thousands of things we cannot tell
about In this small space.
We INVITE YOU TO VISIT OUR DISPLAY.
ARInm Medel BIock
UIUIII9 Fort Street.
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Is a characteristic of nearly all beers, but Ii only one of the
essentials of Quality.
THE KINO OF BOTTLED BEERS
Is not only Pure and Carefully Storlllted, but la brewed from
the very choicest materials obtainable Barley.Malt from
cound, thoroughly ripened grain, Hope of the finest quality and
Yeaat of special culture. A beer of exquisite taste and de
lightful flavor la the result.
BUDWEISER Is bottle only at the Home Plant.
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
C. A. NEL30N,
- o w aeat'
Jt. 1 v .et' .
Rainier Bottling Works,
Rhone Whits 1331
The Toy Shop
SANTA CLAUS EMPORIUM
The largest assortment of TOYS
and HOLIDAY GOODS that ever cam
The atore-wlll be open Every Even
ing commencing Monday, Die. 3rd, to
everyone can tee our display.
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