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EVENING BUMiKTlN. HONOLULU, T 1'. SATUIIDAY, JAN. 18, 1008.
THE EXPERIENCE OF MANY WOMEN
Demonstrate Beyond All Cavil That Pe-runa Is a
Safe and Useful Household Remedy.
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
Iul' ml lit Ihi V i MTuc Hi Honolulu
ii h 1 1 I J i. iniiur
PRESIDENT AND PEARL HARBOR.
Hpcrctnrv Wood's announcement
I hat the President will iihIii Inlng
thu development of 1'lHll iliulini til
(lit- attention of Coiikichb 1 one nt
the Ik'hI pkcs uf in nil Honolulu has
IXrOlVl'll in net lit lllllCU.
It mninH (hit tht admlnlMiutlou Ik
IlinriuiKlilv uniiiHi'il to ili deiiinnils of
American Inlcirstn In Hi.' r.iolflc
The altitude (if ('niign kk Ik tinrd to
forcenst Iml the Omul nor probably
till It rlxlit when he said Unit tliu lslt
nf llu- Cougn ssnicn hut spring gnvu
Hawaii just I hat nian more stronF
We doubt verv much th.il imj Con
gressman who Iiiim v lulled these Is
lands or traveled nliout tliu Pacific will
mi other than ulil I hi. IN ail llarlior
measure- iho l'rrildont favors, mi I
vvhicli should hnvc the enthusiastic
hacking of the whole country.
M0L0KANS AND AMERICANS.
Th llonnl nf limn1 jiutinli might
well net f.ivoiubl.v upon ii piiiposlllon
to offer to Auii'iican lurimis vt lid will
establish homes uml till the hoII, tho
same advantages placed at the dispos
al nt tliu once famous Molokans.
The oxiiurlonco with the Moloknns
vvn ono of tho Incidents of ' manning
thu land ' which put tliu Terrltorj and
all careful men on their guard ngalnst
4:.toltatloii schemes. Tho Tcriitor)
should not olfei to nn pcoplo nn but
tpr opportunities to possess hind on
condition of cultivating It and making
thilr homes therenpim, than are given
icsldent citizens of honest purpose
No honest American hoiucHtenilci,
whether ho ho In the Tcnltnr) toda
or ni.i) tomu later, hliould ho refused
iiilvninngus which have been olTeieil
special ( olniiVlns prumolirs
Hood faith as iigaliiBt fnku farming
Is what the Tirrltorv should demand
FAKE FARMER EXPOSED.
Tho exposure of Its fnke-furm pol
ltcy bus n most cxtruordlnnrv lullu
tinco on the soul of the fuko-ftirmer
It Immediately stalls In with a list
rj j of explanations imipipii witu a now
(U ullllUKSSntu wiiieit is uiuru in ica
artistic but absolutely bcslilo the
Tliu perfect hollow liess of llio fake
fiirniur lioliiy wus ,ipp.nent to (he
members of thu Congressional pain
v,ho, while liere, weio lesaled with
ono of UioM poiiilerous exblbltlons of
what the fake faimei nicaiiB. or what
lie. thinks he means when his mind
does not ihaiiRo. Intelligent inun
aro not fooled by tho campaign.
which. It it wero not so well uncki
htood, might be classed lis vicious
Tho fnl.o-fninior udvolu is no
coouor exposed than n gcueial clian-c
of selllshuess is laid against sugii
lilantatlon lnteresf. unci, nun the
word corpointlon Is iiuutioned, It Ii i
inudlalcily Hies off on the veiv sllh
supposition that all lOiporntloiiN me
sugar corporations and all thu f u !. -fnim
Jobs must bo put up b sub.u
plnntntliiu moii. llelng dlshouibt,
tho fnko-faini piomotor must iis&ume
dishonesty in othcni in order to have
company, and tho sugar-plantation
head Is tho handiest ono for It to lilt.
It Is obvious to authorities and the
honest pcoplo of these Islands thai
tho reckless paneling out of public
laud to men who know nothing ol
loudltloiis, ami under any clicttm
stanccs would Immediate!) aim to de
velop theli piopertv b tho u-e of
Oriental labia intliui than thcli own,
Is disastrous to tho Americanization
ot these Islands, uml can only Inten
sify tho (auditions which tho honest
Amoi leans niu striving to alleviate
Hawaii wants home-builders, not
moro overlords, And that Is tho basis
on which tho honest Amei leans and
the olliclals of the Territory will
- So far us tho sugar plantations nro
loncorncd, thoy havo today dono ho
muili-moiu than tho Inko-fuim advo
cate for tho piacllcal advancement
of an Amcitcanlzi'd population, that
tho farm fakir wluu mentioning
them lu tho same breath would be
ashamed, If capable of such an emo
tion Tho uiyslory of the faim fakir was
JANUARY 18, 1008
well ixpHHMMi l gc .Minium who,
nflei Mlng over the local nlttl.lt lull
thiuniiKlilv, louiiirki'd- 'Of lourse
we know ln Is llng, but what under
llie sun does he wit n t In llo to mo
foi, when I Know conditions?"
Atnei leans aio wanted lit this Tor-
illor) not the furin fiiklis. Them
has been enough of that sort liinnlpu
hitcil Into Hawaii and out of It, with
the result Hint the number of whiter
tillers of the toll hns given way be
fore the advance of thu Aslntlc. Tho
amount of land nine In tho hands of
tlip "sottlei " and now under the sway
of a (orpoiutlon ciunlovlng a l.ngo
share of servile laboi, tells Us own
Uu mine than one of tho sugar
plantations pinctleal measures have
been adopted for placing on tho hinds
iltlzctis, oi those cllgiblo to beiome
Mich, who can and will do tho work
This Is being done at Olaa mid nt
Millmle mid nf Wiilalua ami there
tile others on (he list
This is pi at ileal work uml lis fin
iitnoM'd fiom (he fnke-fium sthenic
as the fake-farm ndwicatc Is from
Miiiiiiiiin ileti'iif) TIiceu plantatlniM
.tie building iii tl(l7ensIili-honiesle.il
colonies In the midst of tliu over
whelming Oriental stiiroundliiRS.
The fnko farmer Kets as largo a
tract of land as possible and moves
promptl) to surioiind lilnibcir with as
mun Oilentals as possible. Then,
when tho time Is ripe, anil luck
verves him, he succumbs to tho love
or tho tot potato system anil tho hopo
of mi Inllated fortune, uml becomes
one of thoso baronial oniplojers nt
fcivlle labor. Whereupon the fnUe
tiirni ndvotato sajs. "Well done."
No Tho fakc-fai 111 piomoter may
KILAUEA VOLCANO IN ERUPTION.
(Special By Wireless)
VOLCANO HOUSE, Jan. 14th,
1908. Crater still active; weather
dear and cold.
Don't Miss the Opportunity of a
Go and Sec the Wonder of the
Pacific in Action.
THE ROUND TRIP COSTS ONLY
I'lio Volcano can be visited with com-
foit and absolute safety. Tor
Information lcgardlng tho
tilp apply to
HENRY WATERH0USE TRUST CO.,
Cor. Merchant and Foit Streets,
' Honolulu Hawaii..
Aloha Lane $15.00
King Street $15.00
Victoria, Sticct $35.00
Eeictania Street $40,00
Kinau Street $30.00
Punchbowl Sticct $30.00
Matlock Avenue $25.00
Kcwalo Street $22.50
Liliha Street $15.00
. For Sale
'A baipain at Kaimuki $1000
Three-quarters of an acre
building lot, Manoa Val
Corner Tort and Merchant Sts.
-o;iVr j7w6o 5SSh3
Land containing 15,000 sq. feet,
Cooke St. Buildings on same. Place
is suitable for storage and warehouse
purposes. A Bargain.
Punchbowl, 2 B. H. .
Kalihi, 2 B. R
Mnnoa, 2 B. R
School St., 2 B. R.
Emma Lane, 3 B. R.
Myers St., 2 B. R.
Robcllo Lane, 2 B. R.
Punchbowl St , 2 B. R.
Wilder Ave, 2 B. R. . . .
Wilder Ave., 3 B. R. . .
Qandall Lane, 3 B, K. .
King St., 2 B. R
School St., a u. a. ...
Kcwalo St., 3 B. R.
Lunalilo St., 3 B. R.
Ucrctania Ave., 4 B,
SinjW( fcw(" bo.fitt
fiotli ns II iileiihes. thlH Tenllory will
not, we believe, while In the hands
of the piesenl ilmlnlstratlon, bo so
fin led iivv.i) fioiu practical American
development as to p.u eel out tho re
maining public lands for exploltiitlon
h) poisons who have no Intention or
uilt.vatlng the lauds themselves or of
making perm incut homes.
Hawaii needs American homestead
ers, honest hnnicsteadeis, but It will
not be led Into prelllgato disposal of
hind In a niaiiuer that will make thu
hist condition vvoiso than the flist.
l2uiopc.ui Immigration will put tho
labor of these Islands on tho proper
basis. And the attitude of the mem
bers of Cnngicss Is piotty gooil proof
of tho conviction of able and far-seeing
men (hut numpcan Immigration
reaches the (enter of tho dllllctllty
fought to ovcicome
The Methodist Mission Confeieiuu
met this morning In tho business
lecblon of the thlid da's proceed
ings. The devotional meeting was
led bv Mis Joseph II Richards. At
j o'clock lllshop Mooio delivered the
morning addrcs3. llo chose for his
subject the Beaming eontmry rluirac
terlstlcs of Jesus Christ. He i of erred
to tho Annunciation which heralded
the coming of Christ, the I'rinio of
I'cacc, mid to the words of Jesus him
self, lu which Ho declined that Ho
(lime not to bring peace, but a sword.
The speaker gave u clear exposition
of tho two statements. Ho called at
tention to tho fact that sin Is disease
That It must have heroic tieatmriit.
I.Ike a surgeon's knife applied to thu
nod), in order to effect u cine, so tho
Gospel of Christ must ho applied to
(ho souls of men lu older lo cleanse
from the guilt and stain of sin. Tho
application of the leuiedy Is distaste
ful to many, which brings opposition
en tho p.iit of Individuals and com
munities, which nii.iy themselves
against tho approach ot Christian
piogiess and advancement Hut whllo
the vvarfiiie Is long mid seven1 ami
the situation sumcllmcH appeals ills
coin aging, et a closer ohseivatlon
ol loudltloiis reveal tho (ruth that
the cause of Chi 1st Is loiistiintl) gain
ing gioiiud and what Is now lu Inigu
iiiiMsuiu a dls.igK cable warfare
shall veij boon he tinned to u sen
sou of rejoicing and pinlsc, when the
li Into of Cliilhttnn ScoldleiH shall
(nko ofilto ns tho I'llnco of I'caco.
Following tho Bishop's address tho
tegular older of business was taken
up Statistical leports piescnted and
lead levelled material advancements
lu cvoiv ilep.iitiuent of the Mission
work The Conference adjourned at
noon This evening, Itev. W I)
Westervelt will enteitaln tho Mission
and tho general public with a Btcicop
tlicin dip nround the world, to bo
given nt the l'hst Chuicli on Iloio
ALL THAT'S NEWEST AND
BEST IN THE
B. F. Ehlers
Tort St. P. O. Dox 716.
Exlusively Euionenn Plan.
EDWIN 0. CHILD Manager
A decice was icmlcred today by
Judgo Hobinsoii In thu foreclosure
matter uf ltathshebti M. Allen et al.
versus The Hawaii Land Co., Ltd.,
defendant, and J, V. Leonliart, In
tervenor. Tho Hawaii 1-anil Co. Is ordered to
pay to tho pctlttoncis $3004.23, prin
cipal nnjl interest on n promissory
note, together with J1C0 nttornoj'a
lee, and tho costs of court. Tlio total
Is to constitute u Ilea on tho land
property In the mortgage, except that
portion Included In the mortgage ex
ecuted by Ainoj Kllva and J. W.
-M. T Hlmonlon Is nppolntccl com
missioner to collect rents unci to sell
enough of the piopcrty to pay oft tho
Judge Lindsay lendcied a decision
Inis inclining on Hie Master's leporl
and exceptions tlieicto In tliu matter
of the cstato of Antono rtodilgues, of
whom .1 A. Mngoou was trustee.
The 'Master, Johj Mairalllno, re
ported that the truslco had over
charged tfll II commissions. This
amount the Judge surcharges to Ma-
goon. He nisei orders certain changes
made In tho nmhunts charged to
piluclpal and Income In an account
of JKOi), and decides Hint the sum of
?.",73.()fi spent for renovating n house
on the estate bo charged to the prin
cipal. All other Items arc nppiovcd.
MILLS ACCUSED IN
(Continued from Pasc 1)
Hie dcbl," he said. "Is certain!) a ver
fislo ono. I can't for the life of me
see why ho g.ivo 12Z for this claim
lu fact, 1 inn fieu to say I don't he
lleve ho gavo $2." for tho claim
"However, thero Is iinioiilradlcted
evidence I hat Iho niiine was heir
lowed bv tho defendant, and for (his
icasoii 1 niu obliged (o give Judgment
against hi in."
Mills In his argument Intimated that
Kntiltikoti would take a case for a jack
knife, and said It was a good thing the
Grand .lur) was not In sessir.n
Judge Itobliiiain (his morning oxer
ciscil Judicial clemency lu (ho cases
of Manuel (Ionics, Louisa Itosa, David
.Martin and John Huos, the font chil
dren of llio riiiiahou district, who
wero rceintly convicted lu I'ollco
Coiirl of Improper moral conduct Tho
matters enmo up beforo tho Circuit
on appeal for mitigation of sentences.
It was shown that nit four nro the
children of widowed mothers, and aro
alt at work The Judgo was convinced
that better results would bo obtained
If the chlldicii wero not sent to (ho
Reform school. In (ho cases, there
fore, of Manuel (Ionics and Louisa
Itosa, sentence was suspended for 13
months, whllo John I'nns and David
Martin got off with lines of $10 and
"I thought xnti wero mairled, nml
vet ou'io sewing on join own bul
lous." "1 am married, but I keep my
Independence, lot ino tell ou"
HAVE YOU NOTICED OUR STOCK
We carry the Tamous HAWKES
glass as well as other cheaper grades.
Our stock comprises Everything
Made in Cut Glass.
WE WELCOME A COMPARISON
with office or pocket
DIARIES for daily jottings;
CALENDAR PADS for memoranda,
HAWAIIAN ANNUAL-for doily ref
cicnce. Each or all to he had at
Tliruiu's Book Store
Cut G ass
Read What tho Women
Mrs. Doll C. Csineron, Ilcalclsburg,
Cal., member Daughters of Amorlca,
"Having tried many remedies for
chronto catarrh of tho bronchial tubes,
and not receiving any benefit, I liecan
to think thero xvai no help for mo unlll
I began to use l'enina.
"In a short time tho bronchial tubes
began to clear, I did not havo that 'frog
In my throat continually, my volco was
not nearly so liusky, and tho wheezing
I'l was Boon ablo to bollovo that I was
ntlrcly frco from catarrh, anil as this
xv-ns several month ago, I do not bollovo
that It will return."
Tho nbovo group of women could bo
ran! tlpl led by ton thousand xvllhout
reaching tho number that havo boon
helped by taking roruna
Mrs. lloxa Tvler, 0210 Madlton Avonuc, Chicago, III., Vice President of
tho Illinois Woman's Alliance, writes:
"During tho past year I gradually
unablo to perform my work properly.
1'oruna was suggested to mo.
"It gavo me now llfo and. restored
highly of K."
The following wholesale druggists will
(Continued from Pace 1)
rase. It is evident that no pel son can
get Justice at tho hands of thu said
Judge. It is better and more advan
tageous to take iiibcs of this kin I
served in our
Cafe and wc
Alexander Young Cafe
ALEXANDER YOUNG BLDG
were Stein-Blocli, .who have been knowing
how for 52 years. They made our. sack business
suits, and they; put into them pure fabrics and brains,
and honesty. Such clothes fit and wear and keep
;'M. McINTERNY, LTD., Agents,
Corner Fort and Merchant Streets
UCVOVJr;m bks w h XDZ
Ni .wit!$iZ!iQt . , jstm&sm r' zs
wiiffftm '.f 3s i
?iss Emily Koch, f
Catarrh of the Stomach.
MIh Kmlly Koch, Oil Michigan Ave,
Shoboygan, Wis., writes:
"I can heartily recommend Pornna
for catarrh of tho stomach. 1 had tried
many things which did mo no good and
as a last rosort I got a bottlo of 1'oruna.
'I only rcgrot that I did not try it bo
foro I forced so much bad stuff Into my
stomach. It Ins entirely cured mo and
as a provcntatlvo 1 always keep n bottlo
In tho liouso.
"I gladly recommend It lo all who aro
aflllctcd as I was."
lost flesh and strength until I was
I tried different remedies, and dually
my strength. I cannot speak too
supply the retail trade: HONOLULU DRUG CO " Honolu,u Hawaii,
direct to tho Circuit Judge, whero
Jurtlie niav bo cpected."
While tho nbovo aitfclo Is correct
In mi far as Its statement In regaid
to tho vailanco of tho testlinony glv
iii In tho enso Is concerned, It falls
to mention tho fact that tho Judge
himself commented on this fact, slat
ing expressly that hn did not bellovo
the Informer and did not tako his
testimony Into consideration, llo
On the Road
to Hnlcivva there is much to
please the nutoist and moic
when the hotel is reached. Ac
commodations arc excellent
and cuisine the best. The
road is in good condition.
St. Clair Bidgood,
Just looks, or wear and quality?
You are searching for all three,
and the tailors who made our '
Spring assortment knew it. They
Mrs. Wm. Itohmann, 509 N. Panllna
St., Chicago, III., xvrltcs:
"I suffered with catarrh of tho
bronchial tubes and had a terrible
cough over slnco a child. When a child
It xvas supposed to bo whooping cough
or tho croup, but as I got older it got
"After a whllo It got so bad I had (o
cough both winter and summer. Fi
nally I burst a blood vessel In my throat
from the strain ot coughing, noxt a
blood vecsel In my stomach, so I kept
getting worso and doctoring, and even
tben could get no rollof.
"I wont to a dlsponsary for treatment,
but it all dono mu no good. At night I
could novor llo on my back. 1 xvould sit
up until two or thrco o'clock In tho
morning beforo 1 could closo my eyes.
Then of course, I thought, and ovcry.
body clso that I had consumption.
"Heading tho papors aliout 1'oruna I
decided to try It without tho loast hopo
that It would do mo any good. But after
taking thrco bottles I noticed a change
My appotlto got belter, so I kept on,
novcr got discouraged.
"Now-1 can llo on my back and sloop
all night, and you may well think how
thankful 1 am for Feruua,"
HONOLULU DRUG CO.,
stated plainly from tho bench that ho
found tho defendant guilty becuuso
it had been shown to his satisfaction
thnt the liquor, bomo ot which had
been offered In evidence, had been
furnished by tho storekeeper.
Charles Stoner, tho 1 l-jcar-old
boy of Iliadford, III , who was hazed
by being tied to a tombstone, which
fell on him, Is W) 111 ho Is not expect
ed to live Tho boy was given $11,
UUtl damages for his Injiitlcs.
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