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EVENING BUU.Eri!, HONOLULU. T H , SATUP.DAY. JAN 19,1507
Published Every buy Except Sunday,
it 120 King Street. Honolulu.
T II.. by th
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Territory of Hawaii, )
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of the nulletln Publishing Company,
Limited, being first duly sworn, ciu
oath deputes and snvs. Tlint the fol
lowing Is a truu and correct statement
cf the circulation, for the week ending
Friday. January ISth. l07. of the
Ually and Weekly ndltlons of the
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday, Jan. 12 . . .2012
Monday, Jan. 14.. .. 2392
Tuccday, Jan. ID 2412
Wedneiday, Jan. 1C 23SC
Thursday. Jan. 17 2378
Friday, Jan. 18 .. . 2410
Average dally circulation . . . 2431
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
Tuesday, Jan. 15th. 1907 . 2007
Number of weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hawaii . . ..1103
Combined guaranteed average
circulation . . I!).i8
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fore um this 19lh la f
laKAI.l January, Anno Domini
P. II. miHNETTK,
Notary Public, First Judicial Circuit
JAN If. XWi
,11 .Ia,avlll1.,nl. HIM nut nt fllllllA
'ihere has been no lcdililluu lu the size ,
ot the bill pie.enteil b the tax col
lector That Jnnnuete fleet Ik fated to ! de
layed 111 Its mission of proving Trlend
ihlp with all Americans, except San
We have again reached the plate
whera we can bay our weather Is per
lect, und prove It by citing the notable
"Whenever an) thing Is to be done In
tlevcloplng sugar production. they al
ways send to I In wall for the expert
men on the Job to show them how
'I he administration Is said to be pre
pirlug lor war lu Cuba. What Hawaii
wants to know Is, whether they will
pull It off before the sugar crop Is
Automobile owuers are nil enthus
iastic bouiters for belter roads. They
havu ulso been heard to roar violently
wheu called upon to pn ti yiO tax on
Changes In thu Keikuil I-inil Olllco
go far to provu that HnoM-velt Is not
ullogether satisfied with the lesillt of
thu cnrjiorutlon laud deals lu W) li
ming und Utiih.
11 - .- lU
The exodus of Honolulu's cltlrens to
view the Hawaii luvu How Is un ex
fimple tu tourists who uuut to know
the local estimate phiccd oil llu'wull's
wonder of tho world
Krum uppenrances there ure Indica
tions that the plans for u cut und dried
legislative scheme have slipped twu or
llireei cogs. There ale too muny tun-
gents where? the togs ought to be.
If President- Joiduu had not inuilo
curious remarks during his stay lu
Honolulu, our people would he mole
inclined to expect muluhiuders to ae
lept us law un) thing he has to offer on
I hu Hnu Krunclsto situation.
Apropos of Dr. Wallop's views on thu
formation of a new volcanic center. It
If. uIhhvh noticeable that sclentlM"
foreensts happening to cumu true
(liusu people tu forget Ihe limsH of pre
dictions yielding no results.
It Is stuted that n sharp snuggle wus
lequlrcd to protect the lire depnitmclit
liiini moid kerlous reduction. Can It
he that O.iliu bus u Hoard of .Supi-ivls-;crs
that has to be urgiied Into niiilii
lululng pioper llio piotcctlou foi Ihu
The description of thu 1UD7 How giv
en lu the Uulletln was u distinct dem
oustriitlou of this paier's supeilor ser
vice. While others were ou the way,
the. Uulletln imidu uiraiigemeuts for u
itpoit frum u miiuber uf the first pail)
to visit the flow.
Chicago's Hanker Walsh Is u man
who will not mind ti Utile thing like
un Indictment, ho it doe-s nut lulerfcie
with his owuuishlp lu teituln luilioads
)i Is said to havu saved fiom thu
vvreek. In other words, ho Is no long"!'
iuteiested III liny whom his hunk fail
ure may havu wieikid
flleeucustle, Ind , has u lellglous
I'ontioversy which knoeks the ponder-
Prominent, People Recom
mend llio Hemedy
Dr. llurfiniui'.s World fle
nowned Catarrh Medicine.
A Remedy for the Crip,
Oen. W. II. Parsons, Wi II St., N, W.,
Washington, I), ('., w riles as follows t
'Upon tliu reeuuiinondatlou of person
al friends and ninny strung testimonials
to the elllcsiy ot l'eruna In the treat
ment of the numerous symptoms t4 the
grip with vv Inch 1 havu been affe-cliMl fur
four mouth iat, I hare bt en Induced
to undergo u triutinent of this Justly
"I tieladecliltd ehaugo for tlio better
by Its uo for one vwek onl), especially
lu toning up thu stomach, and ncouse-li.t-nt
deeldid effect umjii my appetite.
"I thereforu feel much encouraged that
1 am on the road to complete reUura
I'.iiii. "My numerous friends In Texas, where
I have hnd thu honor to command a
brigade uf her vett ran cavalry lu a four
jcar war, may uccept this voluntary
testimonial to thu merit of l'eruna from
a sense of obligation fur Its wonderful
Pc-ru-na a Good Tonic.
Gen, al. C. Ilutler, of Houlli Carolina,
writes from Washington, I). (J., as
"I can recommend l'eruna for dyspep
sia and stomach trouble.
"1 have been using jour medlclnu for
a short purlotl and 1 rel vry uiuob re
"It Is Induct a wonderful medicine,
actl besides a good toulc."
Colds In the Head anil Throat.
Chas. W. Ilowmau, 1st Lieut, aud Adjl.
4th M. N. M. Ca. Vols., writer from
1 .auburn, Mil., as follows:
"1 hough somewhat acrso to pntut
medicines, and stilt more aversu to lie
coming a professional atlldavll man, It
seems only a plain duty lu thu pretent
lustancu to add my experleucu tu thu
columns already written concur ulng thu
curative powers of l'eruna.
','1 ha-u been particularly benellted by
Its u.to for colds In thu head and throat.
"1 have been ablu to fully euro myself
of a mint sevvro attack lu forty-eight
hours by Its use according to directions.
"I use It as a, preventlvu vvhuuuver
threatened with an attack,
"MemWs of my family also use it
for llku ailments.
"We are' rucomtui-udlug It tu our
For (.pedal directions everyone should read "The Ills of Life," a
Smith A Co. Hobron Drug Co , Honolulu. Hawaii.
ous und uninteresting discussions to
which Honolulu has been tieuted lulu
t. tucked hat The pastor of the Klist i
Picsbvteiiuu chin I'll has fallen Into
dlsfiivur hecuusu he leliuked tho wife
of it deacon for wearing bloomers. Thu
membelH of the ihurih have hetome
vloleutl) p.irliau over thu right of ti
I .tutor to ipicstloii the female priv
ilege, of vveatlng pants. Hut no one
Mining the lellgloiH spednllstH lu eith
er (Jre-eueustlc, Itnl., or Honolulu, T.
II., seeius to havu time, fur u leu) llvu
talk on the uppllcutloii or the piiiclho
of the Coldeli lluhi In every-diiy life,
mid sometimes on Huiidav
JAPAN'S INTENT VIEWED CLOSE
'Ihe Japan Dally Advertiser lu com
menting ou a discussion or thu ii-lu-tlons
between Japan and tho United
Ktiili'H by Ihu llostou Tiuliscrlpt
tliruw'H some) vuluablu sidelights ou
tin- Munition, us fuicefiil lu thu Infer
ence to be drawn us lu direct asser
tion, The Advertiser IiiIiiiiIikck Us io
murks by noting Unit thu desire of
cei tain Congressmen and rleuatois to
excludu Jupaiicso fiom America has
uwakeiied home of the Kaslerneru to a
consideration of thu trudu betwe-en tho
nations. Thu Tiuliscrlpt, for lustancu,
finds that iluilug tho last fiscal uar
Americans sold tu Japan iiieicliaudlsu
to thu value, or S,465,UI)0 will In fur
llio calendar year ot Hiii5 tho amount
sold by Ihu Americans was JJ'.UOU.uiio.,
only u couipuratlvely small portion be
ing ui-couutcd for by thu war. This
Indicates that Japauusu alii Inurelislug
home niatmfuctiiiu or going tu other
Un tint other hand, iluilug Ihu Kumo
calendar leai- thu Japaucsu sold Io
Ihu United stales commodities vali.ol
at 117,000.(100, Tim chief JupaneMi
prodiiLls sunt to tho llnlti-i Stales
were leu, camphor, silk fahiles, mat
ting, i-uilliunwniit und law silk, of
uhlcli thu last named constituted lu
vnluo moid than half of tint entlm ex
The Trauscilpt looks upon HiIh trade
with America us u vuluablu asset fur
Japan which It would icgii-l. to lot,o,
hut would uacrlfit'H lalhei than sulfur
any Impuliiuuiit to theli national wel
fare. This conclusion Is based oil Ihu
' luuniory " Ihut " Ihuy " (thu Japan
osu) "lusolutely cut off their tititlu
with thu untlio worhl" to Htruugtliuu
their national interests,
It Is to till) last statement thai thu
Atlveilsur takes exception, und It
bliould hu lu it position to speak with
Mima uiilhoilty 11 huvh ihu Japanese!
"did nothing of the) kind, it would hu
inoi e lu consonance with thu fuels of
fX d r-s -trW -T ,
ft SZ7ZST-' I xr -v . , -. iii i . .r- o- .1 i n v t ,',r'.sasjjj4sjjjjjasv, i ,il
M r.1- 7- 9C' II .. . I r Vw . JJ - ,1 II . . .W. A
rsSv-jt nl iHiIi Willi li lh j-JbBBEw ' ! '
to the Afflicted.
Klrby, Wuslilugloii, I). I r
'., writes luueernliig t
I'rmiq tu f..ll..t?j. T
"1-rlcnJ ut mine listing used I
)uur l'eruna catarrh turu nllh 1
good result, lam Impressed it Ith t
lis luram c uuaiillei, and tun ret
ummend II to Ihosv h ho are aU
All Invigorating ionic.
Kear-AUmlral HlcliUirn, li. H, Nary,
Wu'hlngloti, I), I., wrltesi
"After the usu of lVruna for a Bhort
period, I can now cheerfully recom
mend your valuuhlii remedy to any line
who Is lu need uf mi invigorating
for Catarrh of tlir Stuuiach.
(ten. W. W. llultleld, Wathluglou,
D. C, writes i
"I have, used l'eruna In my family
aud havu found It a valuable midleluu
aud take uleasuro in ru'oiiiiiieiiillug It
to ull win) i.iilfi-r from catarrh of thu
stumach or who mpjlru a toulu ir
tho cnsti to say thai tho culljiii: off
Mas doiii' foi llit'in b) thu soul toi rod
lug oligarch), which, under Ihu iiiimo
or the Tokiigaua ShoguunU'. did its
level btst to gllnd out of thu .lapalit'Si',
In tlelull ami collccllvedy, the small
iiiuouut of liitllvliluatit I hey titer pus
sussed, null It would hu uscIcsh tu
deny that this pollc) was leall) it ton
ft hbIoh or we-iiknihs. which can lu in
way hu advanced us unalogouii to Hut
motives that would ill thu picsent tlay
Impel tho Japani-st' (Iinerunicnl nol
thu pcoplu to i-iifoico a bo)(-ott
against American goods.
"On Ihu unit hand Ihu Shoguualo
fearetl that Ihu opening or thu countr)
mid the) wholesale mlinlsslim or foi
I'lgueiH would leatl Io Hut ulllmalu ou
(iitsl of the Kiiiuti), or. If not that,
then In Hut cit-allou id luteit'Sts, tom
merclnl und pollllc.il. Inimical Jo Ihu
lute-grlly or Hut nation
' On thu other huiid, thu meaning of
u modem bo) cot t ugalUKl tint United
Slates would slinpl) ji that tho Jap
Have YOU been In lo tee
t that (peat lot of
that we are cloclno, out
We have sold many (l-ir
ments already but their's
They're the came (jar
luent that you have been
paying full price for up to
a week or so a(jo. 1 hem's
nothlnfj old or out of date
CONTINUC0 ALL WCHK.
Whose Sales ARE Sales
.sstWssiSkHsv. V X Will M7 J :" "ijO-s.'V aslllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllW
frt'dts.s.'yc iu- ?t - -xi z. l j Jsmmiiiiiiiiim ,r
fjr -.;f -.& -sTs- (W t
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DEAl'NIvSS CAUSED BY CA.TARRII
R13L1EV13D BY PE-RU-NA.
(ien.A.M. bit, writes fiom tho Hviugs llauL lluildlng, aihlugtou,
D.C., us follow :
"I tal.o pleasure In endorsing the many recommendations I have heard
and read ot l'eruna, because of having had knowledge of thu ttulh of Co
many of theiu,
"Wo always tell our sick and alllns friends of thu r.mcillM llnl vvn havu
learned, from evpurluncc, were good for us when ailing in thu samu way,
and we do it as a duty wo feel that wuowu them,
"Why in it any tho less our duty InadvUo alt I ho p;opl wo can when wu
know of a gn id aud lomparallvely luvxpotislvo reuudy that iuul.es many
cures, ami In nellts lu almost all cusesr
'.My i, .Ml 1 1 tt lu personal experleucu of being rilluved of ileafueis, cuuted
by a iLi.uof catarrh, warrants wu lu advlslug ull tho ullllcltd to just try
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copy of which eurroumls each bottle.
tu en- Covt'iiimi'iit would udmllli-illv
d.iuiagi Japan u meat ileal for Ihu
loiillch siillsfacllou or tlamagliig tho
Clilli'd Sillies a 111 tic u Vt'O dlfTc-ruilt
sliuallon liidct-il "
Slue.- !!i io Is nothing rui- Japan to
:nln li) going to war, tllt-le Is less u.i
litiiial pi ollt fi mu a trade embargo.
' lu i-lthtir oM'iil," s.i)h tho Vo'noliania
--pel. ' tho damage would he (iimuiiiii
K both though Its pioKtrlloiih would
doubtless bit iiuutpiall) divided .Mori)
I l.iu this II would be foolish for thu
II ll ex pelt lo piophe-sv "
I'milicr lommtniliig on Ihu Tunis
nlpl's observation that tho "open
tlt.or" III Muni Inn hi us opt'iattd b)
,1110 .liipaiicsu HUuialnt- tlot'H not pan
out as expcclcil nor iutil us pioni
Iki-iI, Ihu Advi'ltlsur ciims Willi Ihls
t iliclhe p.iragi-uph
j "So. 'our shaiu lu Soiilheiu Mau
dlin I.i'h trudu Is cnlliclt eoutlugeiil
upon thu good-will or llio Japanese '
Wu real Ihu stutemeiit Is loo line, hut
WC CAN SECURE YOU A TENANT
FOR YOUR VACANT HOUSE.
Illch and btautlful pleceo In
purr rjold, 24 kt. fine set with
The Purest Jade
BIIACELETS, SCAHF PINS
Our Workmanship Cxcello.
H. F. Wichman & Co.,
II Leading Jewelers.
Peruna Is for sale by the followlnu drucjtjlsta and will supply the retail trade
II Is Hiiiely somewhat Into lu Ihu day
lo haw made Ibis brilliant discovery,
mu Is Ihu Implication uhsulutely con
lisle-lit with Ihu obligations entailed
under AH IV, among olheis, or Ihu
I'oitsmiiiilh Ticil). lo tliu elfcct thai
Japan and llusslu ' iUprocall engage
not lo obstimt any geiieial lueitmiicii
coiniiKiii to all eounliles which Chliui
may take for the development or Hit)
coiiimci cu and iudiistrv. or .Miinehml.i.'
Tliils, we llvu und luiun."
luli ss the Yokohama paper litis hid
den Us meaning so deeply us lo niiiko
Its piu pose blank, It would havu Its
It'iitleis III thu east iiudeistautl that
Japan Intends to hold Ihu tiadu of Ihu
United Stall's, while bu)lug us liltl"
us iKisslble und allowing e-very luttf
reieme Willi Alllclliall goods sucking
cull) to thu markets of Mancliiirlii
If Japan is iihlti lo do this, It would
Indeed hi- tint height or roily to either
ili'tl.uc u bo) ( otl or talk iihout war.
l-'or In these da)s u nation Is known
b) Ihu inone) It cull maktt, vvhllu thu
iilhei fellow looks ou Jealously hut
without Ihu power or sulllcleiil uxiustt
to step lu mill cu u halt.
); it it it it H ii It u n, in n. id ti )U u, ;c
a HYPOCRISY EXPOSED
it u t u n u it uic u u. a K m )i
IMIIui l-lvuiilug ltulKtttii lu in cut
or Ihu police ilup.iilmciit iiiouthly pay
loll by thu Siipuivlsois, ouu must look
hail, lo thu political campaign Just
past und ii call thu ueeiisatloUH Hindu
against llionii tor having u pa) mil of
between S.UIIII II lid $'.1,111111 per month,
that It was uxtruwigumo, guilt and
keeping a huge' number or men on Ihu
IhiIIcii p.i) mil In oitli-i- that a political
machine cm bo inaliilalued: and us
tuitions made dining llioso sliuiiiiuiis
il.OH h) thu pit'sclil ShuillT that if
eh t led Hlieiltl hu would I tin his tie
pllllllt lit Willi less luniiuv
IT I am not mlstiiken ho gave) mil Ihu
milium! lo hu $7,0011. und with moiutir
llclciicv than Ihu ilumu polleu foicn.
Thu Hoard or SupenlsoiH bus ut com
modatt'd him, and Immediately then
Is ii hnu mid tr of eilppllug Ihu polhu
li) Ihu vol) sheul that incused lliown
ul exliiivngani e.
laulie.i has itdaliieil ueail) ul of thu
fpeclals under lliuwu and Vlda, lu
fuel they havu pinmolod ouu or them
as tiller liihtiuctor to Detetllvtt I'l
Til) lor, ollt) who wan loudeiiiued by
llio Aiivuillser or iiemg lliipllcaletl
Willi Vlda III Ihu wului ciiitt piocess
hut Ihu Adveillsur ciowd Is In now
and ihuy have usu for these special i,
Ihciefoie the) llio hialidcd O K, P.
I ciililiot u'ti how luiiliuu in Ihu Ail-Vi-illser
havu an) kick lu tliu cut 'Ihu
Supenltoiu havu slmpl) gianted their
7 WMtMM'' '
Used Pc-ru-na Satisfied As to Its Merits
Recommends It to All Sufferers.
Ceii.S.H. Voder 'J)t Md. Avu., N. I
liiglon. I). O., wrltusi
iesre lu say that I have found l'eruna
to he u wonderful remedy. I only ued It tor
a short lime and am Ihorouithly nathlled
ai lu Its merits. I shall gladly recommend
It lu allmtferers." .
lor Kidney Trouble. Coughs, Colds
(leu. A. T. Ilawley, MHi I'.'.lli Kl., N.
W., Washington, ll.C, wrllts:
"I havoustd Purunaund llud It very
beiiellclal fur kldnuy trouble, and es
pecially good for coughs, Lolds and ca
Convinced of I'e-ru-na's. Merit.
llrlg.tleu. J. l''loy.l King, Washing
ton, II. C, writes:
"I unhesitatingly stain that f am con
vinced l'eruna Is a iiiedleluu which will
effect nil that Isilalmed for Its use."
Th oho desirous ot obtaining special
directions with regard to thu usu of
l'eruna should vvrltu to Dr. S. II. Marl
man, Prideut of tliu llsrtmau Nsnl
tariuui, Columbus, Ohlj,
iiBsurtlotiH dining the last campaign
Honolulu, Jan IS. I'.ioT.
X 5i . X n r( n ii it n v fl, r( a U n, ii
1 HONOLULU WEATHER W
K it )l li ;( u it n n K w w K If re
Jail. Ill, P.IU7.
Tonipciutuit'h-i! a. in., C,7; S u. in.,
".'; 10 ii. m. 71, noon, TU; nioriilug
Ilaiomuii'i', S n. m :iu.07; iibsolutu
hiimldlt). s a m, 7.1UI1! grains per nihil-
fool, lehillvti hiimldlt), S ii. m, Kl
pur cent ; dew point, N il. in., I',l'..
Wind- li u in . velocity!, direction
N; S li in. vclocl!) calm, dltt-ctlou 0,
lu li. m . vt-locll) '1, dliicllon SW; lioiiu
vi'liicll) S, illit-elloii Si:.
Klllllfall (lining 1 Iioiiih ended
s it. in., .no Inch
Total wind mow-muni diiilui; HI
Iioiiih ended ul noun, 101 miles,
Wil. II, STOCKMAN.
Section Hlieclor. p S. Weather llureau.
PALMER SAYSJTS GREAT
Mr Palmer, lepicscntliig the Vol
cano House iinenc) of thu Henry Wat-
el house Ti ust Company, ictuined this
liioiullig from ii visit to Ihu llow ou
Hawaii Mr. Palmer sii)h theiu If
nothing like Ihu exhibition In be seen
i,n the sides of Manila la. After read
lug Ihu Hullcllii's iittoiiut lu last
night's paper hu mild that It told thu
whole stoiy und was a veiy iitciimtu
t'.csi ilpllon til the woiiileifiil tllsplay
The First of the Year
merchants and all othero will want
BLANK BOOKS, CALENDAR PADS,
INKSTANDS, PENS, PENCILS, to (It
up your olfice. We have juot received
a largo shipment of OFFICE SUP
PLIES. As we are closing out our STOCK
CABINETS same will be sold at cost.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd
J. M. Davis
SEWING MACHINE REPAIRER.
12D0 FORT 8T. near BERETANIA.
Dewing machines for sale,
TCL. MAIN 117.
UfjAAto-. ff'Tt.vfa.flfN ifl'llllULl,!
When Other Remedies Tailed Pc-ru-na
lion. Geo, W. Honor, National Chsp-
lain U, V. V Kx-Chaplaln lib Wiscon
sin Cavalry, r.s-Treas.Hlatoof Wiscon
sin and Kx-Q. Master (lenerat Hlatu of
Texas, 0. A. It., writes from 1700 Plrsl.
street, N. K., Washington, 1). C, al
"I cannot too highly recommend yonr
preparation for tho relief of catairbal
troubles In their various forms,
"Some members of my own family
liavomiil It vrlth most gratifying :
"When other remedies failed, Pcruua
proved must elhcacious and 1 cheoi fully
certify lu Us curstlvu exeelleuee."
Peruiu, a Standard Treatment for
Mr, John I'. Nelson, Dayton, Tcnu.,
geologist aud mining engineer, while a
Captain In Uiol'cileral Armydurlug the
Civil War, contracted acaio of rheuiua
Usui, This malady was constant ami
persisted I, Inducing the development of
other ailments, which also became
chronic. After taking a course of
l'eruna, Capt, Nelson writes:
"Having been painfully alllicled with
chronic rheumatism aud thu adjunc
tive complications for many years, aud
after having received many general
and special treatments with only tem
porary relief, 1 read your scluntllla
treatise on catarrhal diseases,
" At my request you prescribed a special '
cuursoof thu l'eruna remedies, which 1
closely followed, and am happy to ro
Kirt that my rheumatism and compli
cated ailments are subdued, snd 1 feel
young again at thu ago of ? years.
"Healon will accept your classification
of catarrhal diseases as tcleullllo sud
true, aud thu Pel una remedies ss a
standard treatment for them. 1 Ihsuk
you heartily for your skilled and logi
lidoys Renewed Health and Strength.
JamcsJ.OslHini, (XKI Wahsatrh Avu,
Colorado Kprlugs, Colo., has tilled all
Hi u posltloui lu Kulghl Templars
Masonic Order, was u Mason sine
IbuS, Judge of County Court, Cllutou,
Mo,, and aUo Couuty Collector uf
Clinton, lie writes:
"A sluggish liver which 1 had been
trouhkdwllh for two years mada Ufa
inl.erablouud 1 was uuahlu to attend to
my business halt llio time. 1 lucked
energy, had headaehu must of the time,
and my food distressed mu and did not
seem tu do mu u partliilo uf good,
"Heading of thu many cures per
formed by l'eruna, 1 dielded tu try a
bottle. Ilefoiu 1 hud taken many dosss
1 felt better.
"1 took Hasdlreotad fur two months
wheu I was u well man."
In Honolulu, Hawaii: Denton,
has taken over the agency of ""
The Kilauea Volcano
and li prepared to furnish tickets for
the round trp from Honolulu and re
turn via either Hllo or Honuapc
In this connection It has opened an
for the benefit of Tourists and others,
end will gladly supply general Infor
mation In this line, or suggest an Itin
erary to any part of the Territory,
This department will be In charge
of Mr. JNO. A. PALMER, who will
endeavor to tee that visitors to Ha w
wall are shown Its many attractions
Leaving Honolulu by S. 8. "KINAU"
Tuesday, Jan. Tlm, und letuinliig by
S. S. "MAUNA I.OA" Tilesdiiy, Jail
I'tlth. Making thu cntliu clicult or Ha
waii. This Irlp nihil h Hpeelal advantages
us Ihu slimmer sails along ihu llama
kim und Hllo l'iiuhI lu thu tlny-tlmo,
eipiullng lu he.iuty u tilp up thu Hud.
M.ii. Airlvlug ut Hllo ul noon, Wed
l Mluy, Ihu night Is upuiit ut u comfort
idilo luitvl; Tliuihihiy morning lhb Jour
liuy Is lesiiineil by train und stugit, ur
living ul Ihu Volcano, which Is now
I'Cllvu, al 11 o'clock. Two nud u halt
iiaH may hu spent night-seeing ut Kl
laiiuii anil vicinity l.uuvlng thu Vol
ru un House Kiimluy. morning and Ink
lug thu steamer "MAUNA I.OA" at
llouiiapoat I o'clock, thu vessel passes
tlusii to Ihu Kan und Koua coast, glv
lug u line oppoit unity lo wltnuss tliu
piusent lava Htioama (lowing-fiom tli-t
hldtt of thu mountain Visitors pro
I. ounce this eruption to hu Ihu graml
ist sight Imaginable.
The special rate for this trip Is. .$51.00
Hhoiild theiu be siitllcieut bookings
for this tilp. u speclul agent will ae
(oiuiiaiiy thu p.uty
Tor Infiii million ami HrkctH apply to
Henr, WaterhouleTiust Co,, Ltd,,
Comer Fori aul Merchant Sts.
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