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F.VKNIS0 BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T II SATURDAY, DEC 15. 1900.
.Initios (1. Illnlne Jr.:
"Looks like Ills Illustrious father j
lut thinks differently. IMucnlcd for
Published Every l'ay Except 8unday, "'-' I'ar nml n public career, which he
t lzu King street, Honolulu, I follows. Early known ns n connols '
seur In nrtlstlc creations Is a wizard
at guessing the rise nml fall In the j
OF LA GRIPPE.
T. H., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
WALLACG R. FARRIN6TON . Editor
Entered at the Postufflce at Houo
nolulu as second dass matter.
Payable In Advan:.
price of stocks." t
Thus It emphasized the disgrace n .
sou has brought to a nationally hon-.
La Grippe Sows the Seed of
Chronic Catarrh, Indigestion,
Nervous Prostration and
a Most of Ailments
PKUUN'A la n remedy for the after
cllcclsot la grippe.
Nearly eery peron who has had tho
i'erinonlli, auywnere In U. H..I
I'uruuurter, anywhere In U. H..
Per year, unywjiere V. H fc.OO
Per year, postpaid, foreign 11.00
Slxniontbs I .DO
Per year, uuy where lu U. a 1.00
Pereur, postpaid, foreign .... 2.UU
i MURDER TRIALWITH A LESSON .
th.tnllu til mimler trials ns imhllHh
til extensively furnish, ns n rule, texts r'l' ;1,,rlnK "" I'l wlnll'r ,ln(U 'm;
for the moralists to tell what they I " le" with some chronic catarrhal
couumoii mure or less lntoicrauie.
It may bun hacking cough,or a tired,
,7Stlilul lie know uliout what neuspa
2.00 I per should or should not do. Accord
Hit; to their Idea, to publish Intricate
details of such tilals Is to stamp the
Tho complaint In some Instances
mi) not bo without cause.
Theie Is, however, u murder trial
going on In Herkimer, Now York
which could be tend with profit lu ev
it) home where joiing boys and girts
are coming to niauhuod und woman
It Is the old story of the young girl
Territory of Hawaii, )
First Judicial Circuit. )
C. (J. 110CKUS. lluslness Manager
of the llutletln Publishing Company,
Limited, being first duly sworn, on
bath deposes und says: That the fol-itd astray by a young friend, then de
low Ine Is a true and correct statement I sorted nnd supposedly murdered. The
(if the circulation, for the week entlloic ' t-'lr), known as "Hilly" Drown among
I'rldny, December lllli. 1!0C, of tut-liter associates, was keeping company
Saturday, Dec. 8
Monday, Dec. 10.
Tuesday, Dec. 11
Wednesday, Dec. 12
Thursday, Dee. 13
Friday, Dec. 14
Dally and Weekly Editions of the
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Average Dally Circulation .... 2420
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
Tuesday, Oec. 11, 1906 2497
Number of Weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hawaii alone. ...1098
Combined guaranteed average
IIUI.LKTIN 1'imi.ISlllNO CO., LTD.
by C. O. UOCKUS,
Subset Ibed and sworn to bo
fore me this llth day of
(SEAL December, Anno Domini
P 11. IiUHNETTE,
with the oung man, (11 1 Idle, and the
'set" lu which they turned was one
ol those Jolly combinations of oung
men nnd girls which make young llf
happy. They bad their sports und
their patties nnd cnju)cd till the so
clal events particularly gratifying to
healthy-minded, vigorous oulh.
"Hilly" HrovMi and (lllletto ucnt
too far. with the final result that (III
lette took the girl out rowing, and now
stands churged with having thrown
the girl overboard to her death,
During tho progress of the trial of
(Itleitu for murder, the prosecution
has Introduced the letters of the girl
to this oung man, whom she suppos
ed loved her. These letters have been
published extensively by the eastern
papers and In them Is told tho tragdy
which has been enacted so tunny
times and brought young women to
a state of mind from which death
would be n happy relief
They tell the story of a young gill
Notur Public, First Judicial Circuit, j llnatly yielding lo temptation, and suf
l Ifi ring Its most unfortunate tesult.
SAT U It DAY.
DEC 15, l'JOU
Democrats are hustling after the Jobs.
We trust they, are nut. Democratic ma
Ilnlu damage when footed up be
Klines liislgulllcant when compared
with ruin benellts,
I I i I ' m i
Hoosevelt while giving Hawaii som
fatherly advice, does not neglect to
iuy we are doing first rate us far as
we have gone.
(irailually the people ore lenrnlng
who Is elected, but thu main nut will
be the hardest to crack lu view of the
lute decision on legal ballots.
Hawaii objects to Cuban anuexsi
tlon, but former residents of Hawaii
do not refuse the opportunity to show
Cubans ut the points In sugar-growing.
It Is Portland's loss that the llllo
nlqti no longer calls. Forced roditc
tlon of transpotrntlon facilities does
not promote the reciprocal trade fin
which Portland Is anxious.
Sargent said while here that he Is
fully satisfied with Hawaii's Iminlgra
Hon affairs. This personal statement
will certainly stand as against yarns
hatched up after his departure.
llllo Is trying to decide whether the
County Is a busted community when
warrants uro registered. The man
with the warrant lll probably vole
"aye" on a secret ballot that will not
Jeopardize, his Job.
Delated court-martial of ofllcers of
the negro troops that did not light
bravely nt Hrownsvllle will develop
whether Hoosevelt may not think
twice on this matter, as he did on tho
Roosevelt's proposal of an tucomo
and Inheritance tax will cause Demo
crats to rear on their hind legs and
cry out that he has stolen their thii'i
der. Supposing It were true, t hero's
no reason why It should not bo made
The vouth who promised to stand by
her gradually forgets his anxiety for
her welfare despite her heart-rending
appeals. Finally when she leaves
home with him expecting to be secret
i) mnrrled, her life Is ended In the
lake, where she has presumably been
thrown by her one-time lover.
Many mothers and fathers would
probably put the details of this inin
der trial ns far from their children ns
possible. And 111 doing so make the
greatest mistake. No warning a lov
Ing mother or careful father could,
five, no admonition given by any per
son on right living and good morals
could exert the power of " Hilly "
Hrovvn's letters read nt the Herkimer
THE NEW JAPANESE TREATY
Washington dispatches which fore
tast a treaty between Japan and the
United States by which the laboring
classes of each nation will be excluded
lioin the other, revive a matter which
has been under contemplation by the
leaders of both countries for tome
It may be accepted as beyond doubt
that the Japanese (lov eminent has no
desire to have Its working people go
to the mainland If they be a source of
It Is known that the present Japan
ese Ambassud. at Washington Is op
posed to his people, especially the
coolie classes, going to the mainland.
It Is also known that the Japanese
Government lias endeavored to enforce
egulatlons, by means of a passport
system, which will prevent Japanese
laborers coming to Hawaii, going to
Sometimes Indigestion appears and
hangs oil In spite of all remedies.
A short course of Peruna removes all
these symptoms ami puts the patient
We have a multitude of testimonials
along this line.
La Grippe Leave a Case of Systemic
Judge Horatio J.Qois, llartwell, Ms.,
"Sumo flvo or six years ago I had a
very severe spell of grip which left me
with systemlo catarrh,
"A friend advised mo to try your
Peruna, which I did, and was Imme
'The third bottle completed the cure."
Mold Pe-ru-na In llljh Esteem.
Minn Ernestine Durochor, 3(111 Notre
Dauiu, St. Henri,. Montreal, Can., writes I
"During several years 1 experienced
much Inconvenience on account of
weakness and heart trouble.
"The best doctors treated me, but
"A year ago 1 commenced to take
"I )iersevered with It regularly and a
change took place more rapidly than 1
expected. To-day 1 am entirely cured.
"I hold Peruna In the highest esteem
add I am always ready to speak a good
word In lis favor. I owe my cure to
"Pe-ru-na Wat Recommended by One
of My friends."
Mr, X. Heaucbauip, 1LM rue Notre
Dame, Lachlne, P. Q., writes:
"1 tried the famous remedy, Peruna,
which was recommended to me by one
of my friends, It. Pllon.
"I have not been without this valu
able remedy for seven mouths, uud now
I see that 1 am entirely cured.
"Formerly, on lying down I was un
able to breathe through my nose and I
never passed a clay without headache.
"To-day I experience none of these
symptoms und this Is duo to Peruna."
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 drug-
FT" tammtkWSItmi(fMN I
MR. J. A. COYER.
Mr. J. A. (loycr, president Lu
Phsrmacle Latonluse, HU Herri Hi.,
Moulreal, Can., writes!
" can highly recommend four
Inestimable preparation, Peruna, lu
all those who suiter from the bait
afler-elfeilt of la grippe,
"Two bottles of Peruna have
brought to me a complete cure of
that sickness, and It has acted as the
best tunic for the s stem that I have
WVNSVSA t WSWV
head and Stomach Were Affected by
Miss Olivine Pcrrault.C'.TJf rue Albert,
Montreal, Can,, vv rites ;
"Iwrlto you a word to congratulate
you on your famous remedy, Peruna. I
tried other remedies, but my cold did
nut get any better, and I feared 1 was
"Thocoudltlon of my head and stom
ach was very annoying. 1 had euughrtl
day and night for three months, as the
result of a cold which I had contracted
from sudden change of temperature.
"My brother advised me to try Peruna
and I did so, fur.hu w as cured by Peruna.
1 tiKilt It regularly and Improved stead
ily. 1 havn now taken three liottlea of
It and mil coinpli-'.ely cured."
gtcts and will supply the retail trade
In Honolulu, Hawaii: Benson, Smith
S. Co., Hobron Drug Co., Honolulu,
Special Prices for Boxed
Cigars During the Holidays
Cigars are always highly appreciated as Christmas gifts by smokers.
A box of good cigars to a friend makes a very sensible gift for either a
lady or gentleman to give.
We will coll the leading brands by the box at tprclal prices from now
until Clirlitmac. Among them are:
El Palencia, Mike Wright, Pedro Garcia
La Tuya, Bock & Co.'s Imperial
Boldt's Special ; which is a leading brand
sold at the Waldorf Astoria
High-Grade Porto Rican and Domestic Cigars
WE ALSO HAVE A NEW SUPPLY OF IMPORTED TURKISH It D EGYPTIAN AND DOMESTIC
CIGARETTES. FINE PIPE TOBACCOS. ttiltiTIL A
liayselden Tobacco Co., S,t
of the men at Washington uud!
the mainland. Laborers have been re
quired to put up surety with tho home
rnvcrnment to guarantee their remain
lug In Hawaii Hut these pluns have
been ol little avail. The people! head
ed for the mainland, go, under nn ns
tinned name If It Is notoHsury but
Our own Covernment could readily
M-tllo tho manner by diplomatic tin
derstandlug by which Japan would put
mi end to nil emigration of Its sub
jects classed ns laborers to nil por
tions of thu United Htntes. Thcsci peo
ple ure needed, however, In Hawaii
Hawaii lini everything to win from
the successful work of these men, ami1
nil to lose from thoughtless war lull; '
The wnr talk Is nonsense, for nt best j
Hawaii could only sll by und Ionic on j
while pruylug that Uncle Joe Cannon
bus not so feat fully vvatcli-dogged Hid
JTicnsury that our country Is pruetl
I cally defenseless.
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v-11 1 &iutrsaau&
Hesldcnts supplied from the Nuuanu
water system will probably bo told
that the extra quota of mud Is due tc
thu rains. Ask thu victim who has
to use this vile water nnd he will be
teady to swear thut It has been rain
ing for nearly a year past.
Cheerful Idiots appear to have form
ed an organization for thu purpose of
convincing thu mainland public that
after Hawaii Is gobbled up In a Jap
anese war. It will sink into tho seu
It Is a chance for the Promotion Com
tultteu to go out on a fool-kllllng expedition,
When thu Promotion Commltteo pro
poses that public school teachers as
sens themselves to aid in promoting
knowledge of Hawaii abroad, It shows
how little the Promotion Committee
realizes that thu public bcliool teach
crs are already assessed to thu limit
for teaching tho young Idea at home
Inadequate salaries may not be class
ed as assessment but the result Is
much moro disastrous for the teacher
Thu New York Wot Id publishes the
following under the photograph of
S JM,-ftuuTM A"nts.
IIIMfKT a-lUACI A&UlT
Lunalllo St. (near Kewalo).... $30.00
McCully Street 20.00
Beretanla Street 40.00
Prospect Street 27.50
King Street 30.00
Aloha Lane 15.00
Matlock Avenue 36.00
Nuuanu Street 50.00
Office suites (Fort Street) 10.00
Lots In Manoa Valley, Puupueo
Tract $1,000. and upwards, according
to size. Choice building site College
Hills two and a quarter acres at a
bargain. Half-acre house lot on
Punchbowl Slopes. Very cheap for
Hantj Watcrhouse Trust Go,. Ltd,,
Corner Fort ani Merchant St?
Has decreed that
shall be the watchword
in the matter of the
Wc are prepared to help you
carrry out his orders
und the (iovcrmucut being nppreeia
(he uf our necessities. vu limy be
lleve has withheld fiom a radical step
until other nvrnucs for labor ure
Japan would undoubtedly lie us grnt
Iflcd us thu United Suites with it plan
which would allow u limited einlgia
tlon to thi'HO Islands and no Japanese
emigration to thu mainland. Tho ox
truordlnury dllHcultlcs lu the way of
working out suih nu tirraugement ure
bi'Bt evidenced by tho fact that It Ir
nol now In full operation.
Now that the Han I'tauclsiii school
question has brought thu mutter to nn
Issue, It Is eutliely probable that tho
diplomats of the Japanese und the
American (lOvcrnmcntH ate striving tr
tench n solution on emigration which
will prevent Its becoming n finther
Kourcu of trouble. And It Is also prob
able that thu understanding will If
possible effectually prevent a great
(initiation of Japanese to the main
laud, though nut formally excluding
them. Kiirlhermoro, we- may hope,
that Hawaii's Interests will be so fur
leccigulzed that Japan will nllow u
irmltcd number of Its people to conic
long ns the I'nllcd Stales con
Unties such n large pin chaser of Jap
iiliese piodiicls, so long will thu com
iiiuuillng forces of Japan refuse to se
riously contemplate n war. Kveu
among nations, u bin! In hand Is
vvoith two lu tho bush.
We may be confident theiefore that
the diplomatic deliberations which
iilin to destroy thu sources of friction
uro occupying tho most serious ntlen
WILL BUY A NICE HOME.
938 FOnT ST.
COULD NOT STAND
Klx men so sick with scurvy that
they were unable to even walk weru
brought off thu ship V. !'. Hubcoclc,
which put lu hcru lu distress yester
day, nt noon today, One man whose
leg was broken through n fall was
nlsu landed. All were taken to the
hospital without delay. Thu llabcnck
was out HO days fiom Uulllmoio und
only had provisions for about Ho uud
thu suffering of the men bus been ex
Heme for thu pnst month. Drifting
around with hardly any wind they
could hardly manage thu ship even In
the light winds, and had there been
u galu there is small doubt of thu
ship's being lost altogether.
The men tell a terrible tile of their
suffering. The llabcnck will have to
pick up u new crew before shu can
leave this port for Astoria, wheru shu
Scarf - Pins
In neat and novel
J. H. HERTSCHE... .General Managet
Many new Ideas have
materialized this year In
Jewelry for men and espe
cially In Scarfplni.
Our line of Scarfplni
was never so large and
complete as It la now.
EXCLUSIVE STYLCS AND
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C. A. NELSON)
Rainier Bottling Work,
Phonu White 1331
The Toy Shop
SANTA CLAUS EMPORIUM
The largest assortment of TOYS
and HOLIDAY GOODS that ever came
The store will be open Every Even
Incj commencing Monday, Dec. 3rd, so
everyone can see our display.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd
J. M. Davis
8EWINQ MACHINE REPAIRER.
1206 FORT 8T. near BERETANIA.
8ewlii(j machines for sale,
TEL. MAIN 117,
Mrs, Doris E, Paris
IS SOLE AGENT FOR
Or, McLean's Preparations
These remedies are well and favorably known on the Pacific
Coast Hundreds of letters have been received, all testifying to the
good results from their use.
THE GOLDEN SEAL for oily hair (lly seforrhea) will cure
this condition, while shampooing aggravates It.
It keeps light hair light and glossy.
DANDELION DANDRUFF CURE for dry and brltlu hair, with
dandruff, also brings testimonials; and many other preparations
for each condition Indicated,
Port Strcot, cpp. Convent.
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