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EVKNINO BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T II , SATUItDAY. MAIlCli 7, 1008.
DAILY nnd WEEKLY Published by BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LID.
At 120 King Street, Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
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Wallace K. Rtirrtnjjton, - - Editor
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CIRCULATION LARGEST OF ANY NEWPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii.
HPTl j Editorial Rooms,
& W K
KciiolKnl s Maul friends admit he
hits a temper mill rc.ill) seem nimul
nf It So Hint chin ko docs nut up
peat to won anyone
Clnvernor Johnson would have
been classed ns tun weak fur any
I'icsitlontlul purpose, If ,ie weio un
nblc In secure a solid delegation fium
Ilia own State
'I hero Is no cause for Hawaii to be
deep)) interested In the (nndid.iiy of
Johnson ns ngnlnst lliitn Johnson
hwiwB of Anierltim Interests in the
I'arlflc onlv b licirtu) llry.in has
made a peiGoual Inspection.
llusslu and UeriiMtiy will doubtless
lie found ctircfull bolstering the
cause of China ugjlnct Japan. Prac
tically all Hnrope is looking far a
entsinw to do the ugl woiU Involved
in the general mW-up of who shall
pet tlio largest sliuio ot tiade in the
Mrs 1'iirkcr's Rift to Lnhalua
ought to bo most hlghlj nppreclntcd
There ore few places In the Islands
iiiuio in need of a touch from the
broom of (hie pi ogress than the Li
halna watei front, ns experienced by
Hie passengers who do not Btop lung
enough to Unci the. beaut spots ot
the Tittle community.
That man was wise who, dining
the. Congress sitting just before an
election, brought forward the nppio
prlntlon for dnmngo done church
luopcrt) in the Philippines Anj-
tiling that has to do with justice, for
ullglous organizations can't bo pig
eonholed or tulKed to death when the
people are to soon to otc
No more consistent protectionist
can bo f; in nil in Congress than Ml
Llltlcflcld who repoittd, for his com
mittee, fnvorabl on the tcmpoi.irv
i-uspcnslon of tho toastwiso shipping
laws as applied to passengers from
Hawaii Consequent!) tho argument
against tho suspension, that it con
stituted a breach in tho protection
wall, must bo lolegated to the iciir
llenr Clows undor dato of I'ebrii
nry 21 saja "Monetary conditions
havo becumo more settled and tho
outlook Is now for stond) rates for
bomu tlnio to ionic " Clowi noes not
'explain wb) It is tli.it "haul-times'
mclals are again coming to the fiout
as tho slogan with which coin inn)
be extracted foi chinches, charities,
and so forth, unless it bo contained
in this fcoutenco ' (iiailuall) wo are
coining down to tho lowei lcel
hlcli will permit a health) resump
tion of business nnd Industrial nctlv
POSSIBILITIES FOR HEARST.
One of tho latest ttirioiitlcs In il
wa) of a political prediction Is Hi it
William Randolph Hearst u Independ
ence, League) will nominate President
ltuosuvtit foi a third term
The scheme Is not so bad as it
Plight be for enemies ot tho Hocibe
xelt policy. Of courso b;oosovolt
would not accept tho nomination, but
then tho independent o League fol
low ci ato iiulto ns lllicl) to "earty
on the tauso" with komo "equally
good" caudldato of their own selec
tion. This would diaw borne Mites at
lo.tft and taho them from the list
that should properly support the lo
(.Itliuilto ' Itwevelt-pullcy" cnndldnto
of tho Republican part) Should tho
Uumociats succeed in landing .John
ton Instead of Ilrjan at tho head of
their ticket, the) would thou become
tho "conservative" pait) with plenty
of nionoy and tho supiioit of tho eoi
11 In a campaign fought on platitudes
of tariff anil ancient and honorable
policies, tho otes Hearst might ns
hemblo In an independent movement
could not amount to much if all
signs count, however, the coming
contest for tho l'ic6ldenc Is to be
one In which ovorj oto will be vnl
tiablo nnd tho balance may be hvviing
by nu ovor so luslgulllcaut Influence
In this situation Hearst no doubt sees
till ul it it I vt iltiti Ht Honolulu
t. s m 1 1 1 1 nutter
MARCH 7, 1008
(Continued from Pace 1)
nil was Hubert K llonlue, the inov-tug-pictuio
expel t He had 111 largo
umchlue In netlou nnd took a num
ber of lllins of the gieit ship in sho
buck slow I) out Into the Btieim.
Ella Wheeler Wilcox has gone, but
she has left (behind her n host, ot
friends who will remember that the)
have met a good woman as well ns a
great wiltei. Iheic Is n posslblllt)
that she will return here next win
ter, nt an) rate. It Is certain that
linwnll will alwn)s haw; a tire
friend and "buoslor" In Kiln Wheolei
Tho nniiio of Col Thomas l'ltch ap
pears In tho court recoids foi tin
first time since his icturn to the elu
this morning It H In tho cane of
Mnr) 1) I'rlmo m 1 hernias l'l line, in
which a stipulation foi a ti.il on
noxt Monday nr as soon after ns pos
sible has been flleS
A receipt for tho sum of $ins."i 11
'nrai the sole heir of Clitistlna (Jos
Inud, who died In this lit) Mil) IS.
1800, wns filed yosterd i) by W. I.
Stanle), tho nilniliilstintm of the es
tate It was dated fiom Glasgow,
vTho third annual account ot the
estate of Thoni is Ciimmlnga was lllc 1
this nun nlng In the Circuit Court It
inows n pilnclpal amounting to 5'uS,
Mr nnd Mis .! A SUM and Infant
were among iho Kliiiiu jiisscngcrs
who came In I his morning
W W Hauls of tho 'Inhuman) Co
rnim in o'i tin KItiii winch n-ihed
Mils moi nlng
IN GRAND ERUPTION
Liquid Fire has risen in the pit
125 feet and is rising at the rate of
10 feet daily.
Vlsltois icport the awful grnrileur
of the scone bewmd descilptlon
These porlm's of Intonso nctilty are
not as a rule of lung duration. Don't
dehi) )our xlslt to this world-wonder,
don't mls3 tho oppoituntty ot a
lifetime; don't bo dissuaded frou talc
ing the trip.
Secure your pascagc nt once,
l'or infoim.itlon legaidlng tho trip
WATERH0USE TRUST COMPANY,
Cor. Fort nnd Merchant StsHonolulu
il l y K.,'TWitw.'"inia.iiin -.
n; rTT r. -iz1 .
JKIW V7JMX.' T-tC-,...
PUNAH0U DISTRICT: Very de
sirable home, consisting of lot 75x05
well planted in fruit trees, and house
of three bedrooms, parlor, dining
room, kitchen, bath, etc.
FOR CENT UNFURNISHED
Hotel Street $20.00
Bcretania Street . . . i $40.00
Victoria Street $35.00
Matlock Avenue $22.50
Kinau Street $30.00
tmrna Street $21.00
Punchbowl Street $30.00
King Street $15.00
Kcwalo Street $22.50
Kinau Street $35.00
King Sheet $18.00
Aloha Lane $18 00
Nuuanu Avenue $20.00
Piikoi Street ,. $27.60
TOR RENT FURNISHED
Kahhi Road $30 00
Hotel Street . . $50.00
Comer Fort and Merchant Sts.
$wd wk Wfl
Within R minutes' walk ot tho end
ut the inrllnc. Oier six acres of
land, sultablo for pineapple culture,
to bo dtspored of nt nu extremely
low price. Kutlie tract of six ncrcs
to be sulci at same figure ns is being
asked for one aero ot ncV-by prcp
ert) lime jou been waiting for
bargains? If so, now Is tho tlmo to
act Lot us show jou tho property.
Hfimk mk W$
(Continued from Pace 1)
still tho snmo ngo. He Is ono of tho
laigest cnttto owniis In W)omlug and
Angus McPhio was ono of IiIh cm
plo)oos for man) jenrs. Ho was
luemboi of tho 51.11 ty which took tho
famous hrreoback lldc with Presl
U tit Kooscelt fiom Laramlo to Chc)
eimo on thu President's Western trip
nnd Is said to bo one of tho few men
whom Unit dlgnltar) acknowledges ns
his peer In Iho saddle
ludgo John W Lnco) is consldcied
one nf the best attorneys in tho Itockv
Mountain Slides mid is thu counsel for
Iho Union Paclllc nil I loud In V)o
mlns lie wns fur mini) jours u pait
nci of .ludgo Willis Mill DoAiiiti'i, of
Iho United States Circuit Court of Ap
peels Ho Is coining to this elt) by
tho Siberia, which Is due hero on
March 15 and will umko a lung lslt
In the Isl mils
(Continued from Page 1)
luted, means the "beautiful ffowci '
Last, Thuisilij morning tho girl, who
claims that sho was Ill-ticntcd by her
fostjr patents, with whom sho lint!
beeu lliug since sho wan six months
of ng". aid her Jiptucso Ioer eloped
The) went to Pililloa, where the) ub
talnod a nnirlago license, but the
marriage cucnion) wns not pel
formed, their Intention being to pist
pono that oint until the) reached
Honolulu On tho same da the) pro
ceeded to Honolulu, and took up thcl.
icsldcnco In Pnlnma
Hut while the loiers wmo basking
In the Eimllght of crch other's e)oa
Hie Irato p treats were lirt on theli
tt all The) objecled suilously to tho
match, nnd as soon us the) learned of
tho elopement the) went to Honolulu,
whero the) mnde a complaint to tho
police Officers wore sent out, and
chc) found the couple, which ns n con
sequence had to spend last night In
UK" police station
This morning tho loors wcro
brought bofoio .ludgo Andiudo The)
explained lint the) wanted to ninny
but tt do eloped that tho girl was
onl) fourteen )onr ot ngc, and, undor
tho law, sho had to obtain tho consent
of hoi paients for this reason. Tho
pnionls appoaioil before the Court,
and the) III ml) declined to give their
"It EecntB that the only w.i) to
break up this mutch Is. to go ahead,"
said Judge. Andrndo, "Lot a chargo
A chnigo of fornication wns accord
ingly made against tho .defendants
Doth pleaded guilt)
"I think thnt sentence should bo
suspended In tho cato o' tho female
defendant," nald Prosecutor Drown
but that tho male defendant should
bo punished I don't think that 11
match of glhls Vlud w,l! he much of
n success or a bcuclt to eocloty II
will h mil) lust rioro tbii'i ,1 siinunor
raithtriuoro It I tut good policy for
nationalities of tills kin I to mingle."
"I think jou mo light," said Judge
Ito to pay u line ot S3f), while) sentence
was suspended for tho term of thh
teen months in tho enso of tho girl
who sorrow full) left tho court with
For Your Next Evening Qown.
Made of Pineapple Fibre and Silk,
in stripes only.
We have two patterns in each of
the following colors:
WHITE WITH PINK;
, WHITE WITH BLUE;
WHITE WITH LAVENDER;
WHITE WITH BLACK;
36 inches wide,
(leorgo Cooke has resigned his po
sition with tho Hnwallan Trust Com
pany nnd on the first of April will
Join in the ranching operations ol
the American Sugnr Company, ot
which Charles llnrtwcl! Is malinger.
Mr Cooke nnd his family will move
to Knunaknhui and the popular Btock
broker will become a real bee-farmer
A Curable Disease
Drunkenness U a progressive dls
rise; the moderate drinker Is not sat
isfied with two or tlucc drinks a day,
tho cravlnr for moro and inoro bo.
comes Irresistible as tho disease ad
vances; the result Is Chronic Alcohol
ism. Tho treatment used successfully by
thousands right In their own homes Is
Orrlne. It Is a scientific cure for
Drunkenness nnd has given such uni
versal satisfaction that It Is sold
under a positive guarantee to effect n
Hire or jour money will bo refunded.
this gunrnntco Is given In good faith
pud is carried out to tho letter. Or-
ilno is not n new reined), it has been
sold by the leading druggists In every
city for jears.
Orrlno No. 1 is tho secret remedy;
Orrlno No. 2, Is for those willing to
ako the treatment Klther form costs
J1.00. Tho guarantee Is tho Bnmo In
either ensc. Wrlto to Tho Orrlne Co,
Washington, D C , for free treatise,
tn Drunkenness, mailed in plain
ealcd envelope Orrlne will bo mailed
scaled on receipt ot price. Sold by the
lending druggists in every town nnd
city, and in this city by ilonolulii
Drug Co, Ltd.
JURORS ARE DRAWN
(Continued from Pane 1)
awn, O.ihu; Chalks (1 liartlctt, Ho
lolulti; Tcllx It. Truuquadn, Hono
lulu. The members of the panel of tho
I etlt jury arc:
(leorgo Q. Puller, Honolulu; Guy 1'.
Knnkln, Mnkawcll, Kauai; S. W. K.
Aptia, Ulupalakua, Maul; Alonzo
(Jnrtlcy, Honolulu; Geo. Cooke, Ho
nolulu; Alfred II Smith, Honolulu;
Rudolph M. Duncan, Honolulu; Chas.
A. Duchanan, Lnhulnn, Maul; H. It.
Mncfarlauc, Sr Honolulu; John A.
Mugulrc, Hiielme, Knllua, Hawaii;
1:. .1 Weight, Papalkou, Hawaii; Cirl
Wldcmann, Kaiuuel.i, Hawaii; C. O.
Hottcl, Honolulu, William L. Hop
per, Honolulu; Henry Loulsson, Ho
noknn, Hawaii; John II. Hole, Klcele,
Kauai; William 11. Hoogs, Honolulu;
Fred. Williams, Wnlalua, Oahu, K.
L'. Paxton, Honolulu; II. T. Drodok,
Wnlalua; Henry Afong, Honolulu;
William C. Wildor, Honolulu; Wil
liam II. Shipman, IIIlo, Hawaii; Har
ry Wilder, Honolulu; Arthur Coyne,
Honolulu; A. C. Sllvn, Honolulu; W.
A. Hiird), Keanne; V. A. II Hoss, Ho
nolulu, William G. Walker, Hono
lulu; J K. Kalnmn, Honokohnu,
Maul, John Coffee, Honolulu; S. II.
Rose, Honolulu; Itobcrt G Dods, Kn
huku, Oihu! Ernest II. Wodchouse,
Honolulu, J. M. Rlggs, Honolulu;
Richard W Spauldlng, Honolulu;
John II Jones, Honolulu; M, II. Ros
enblatt, Honolulu; Itobert MeCul
loch, Honolulu; George Weight, Wnl
luktf, Mnui; Joseph Akn, Walinca,
Kauai, Henry A. Giles, Honolulu;
Sinniel P Woods, Kohnln, Hawaii,
A. II Angus, Honolulu; Horace John
son, Wnlalua, Onhu; John W. Wald-
on, Honolulu; Herman Grunwald,
Honolulu; Charles It. Notloy, Hono
kaa, Hawaii; James Hind, Kolinla,
Hawaii; Ulmer 13, Connnt, Knmucla,
Hawaii, Charles Hal tow, Kllauci,
Kauai; 1'icd. L. Wiildron, Honolulu;
M. J Itorlia, Hliiuipcpc, Kauai; J. W.
IlollWalluku, Maul; Wm. A. Dick
ton, Honolulu; A. J, Gonsalvcs, Ho
nolulu; K H. Pnrls, Honolulu; Itob
eit II. Anderson, Nahlku, Mnul; Wil
liam W Hall, Honolulu; A. Oartcn
GUARANTEES to the employ
er that the watchman is al
ways on duty ; if he is not, IT
'REGISTERS THE FACT!
H. F. Wichman & Co.
Seventh Day Advcnllst. At tho
Advent 1st Church, 7CT Kinau street,
Sunday evening, 7f30, will bo tnkon
up the study of the signs of the sec
ond coming of Christ The Jews
knew, by the prophecy ot Jllcnh,
whero Christ was to be born, and
they might have known the very
jcar that he was to bo baptized and
commenco his ministry, and also tho
time nnd plnco of Ills crucifixion; but
they neglected ihese prophecies and
looked for n great leader to deliver
them from tho Koman joke; there
fore they rejected nnd ciuclfled the
meek nnd lowly Savior. Christ Is
coming the second time. Can wo
know when Ho will appear? "Surely
the Lord God will do nothing but Ho
icvcnlctli Ills secrets to His servants,
the prophets." "We have also n moro
sine woid of prophecy; vv Hereunto
)ou do well thnt )c take heed, as
unto a light that shlncth In n dark
place, until the day dawn anil tho
day Btnr nrlso In )our hearts." If
wo neglect these prophecies, for our
time, of tho second coming of Chi 1st,
will wo bo nny moro ready to receive
Him when Ho comes than tho Jews
wore? C. D. M. Williams.
Roman Catholic Cathedral G a. in ,
low mass with halvv communion and
Portuguese sermon; 7 a. 111 , low masrj
with hoi) communion; 9 u. 111, low
mass with Hinging and English ser
mon; 10.no a. 111., high mnss.with Na
tive Instruction; 2 p. ni , Rosary and
native Instruction; 7 p. m , PnitugucHp
sermon and benediction of tho Dlesse-d
Sacrament. Trlila) 1 p. 111, Stations
ot tho Cioss in Native; 7 p. 111, Stn
tlons of the Cross in Portuguose. liv
ery day of tho week, Masses at G and
7 a. 111
Tho Catholic Church of St. John tho
Hnptlst, Kullhl-wacnu, in charge ot
Hov. rather Clement. Tomorrow,
Match 8, first Sunday of Lent, 8:30
11 m, high mass, with sermon, eollec
lion, Sunday school. 4 p. ni. Rosary
Tho Catholic Church of Our Lady
of the Mount Kntulanl, Kalllil ukn, in
chargo of Uov. Kathcr lMmoiuls To
morrow, Mnrch 8, 9 a in , mass, ser
mon, collection. P. M Sunday school.
The Catholic Church of St Joseph
Moanalua, in chnrgo of Hov. Father
Clement. Tomorrow, Mnrch 8, first
Sunday of Lent, 11 a 111, high mass,
sermon, collection, Surdn) school. 3
p. m , Rosary, stations of the cross.
Saint Augustlno Chapel, Walklkl
Sunday: Mass at 9 a. m , with Eng
lish sermon. Wednesday. 7:30 p. in,
Stations of tho Cross with sermon.
Hist Methodist Episcopal Church,
108 Ilcretanln avenuo; David W.
Crane, pastor. Announcements for
Sunday: Sunday school, 9:413 n. 111.;
Richard II. Trent, superintendent;
ntcrnatlonal lesson, "Jesus, Tho
Urcad ot Life." Morning worship,
11 n. m ; preaching by tho pastor;
topic, "Original Sin." Epworth
Lcnguo, G:30 p. m.; P. E. Tosh, pres
ident; topic for study, "Mercy for
the Merciful"; the meeting will bo
led by O. II. Walker. Evening wor
ihlp, 7:30 p. in.; sermon by the pas
tor, "Tho Conceit of Nebuchadnez
zar." Miss Rice will preside at the
organ; Miss Mo)or will lead tho
chorus choir, during tho services ot
tho day; Mrs. Haro will render n solo
during the morning hour. All tiro
Central Union Chinch Dorcmus
Scuddcr, minister. Hlblo School, with
classes for all ages, at 9: 15 a. 111
Morning win ship and holy communion
at 11 o'clock; tho minister will
pi each, subject, "Keep tho Men.'
Choir and chorus will slug and lead
the congregation. Christian Endeavor
Socict), G:30 p. m. Evening worship,
7,30 o'clock; sermon by tho minister,
subject, "A Statesman's Ideal ot a
Man." Choir, chorus unci congrega
tional alnglng. Mrs. Weight nnd tho
chorus will sing Sholloy's "Shadows."
A cordial liv Ration Is hcroby extend
ed to strangers, soamen, trnvclciH, vis
iting friends and tho public generally
to attend all theso services.
On tho Sunday evenings dining Lout
Dlsliop ltcstnrlck at tho special re
cpicBt of a number of nion, will deliver
a courso of lectures on tho principles
of tho Christian religion. Thu first ot
Iho scries will bo tomorrow night at
St. Androvv's Cathedral at 7:30. The
subject will bo "Religion nnd God." J,t
is hoped that theso lectures will be
helpful In strengthening tho faith of
sonio and In removing difficulties from
Iho minds of others. All aro cordially
Christian Church A. C. McKcever,
pastor, 9:15 Illblo school; lesson,
"Jesus tho Ilrend of Life"; 0:30, Y. P.
S. C. E, subject "Tho Wlso Uso of
Time." 11 n. ni , sormon, subject,
"Petor's Denial of Christ." 7:30, "Ad
dress to Young People," All aro wel
Gold watch fob with monogram "It.
C. II" Tinder will be rewarded
b) returning to Hajmond C.
lliown, U. S. Immlgintloii Service.
Cold Settles in Kidneys
Pe-ru-oa Restores Health
Catarrh of tho Kidneys An
Many People Have it in Slight
Form and Do Not Know It,
Mr. Iaao Itoscnzvcig, 0 Hum amis
troot, Montreal, Can, write 1
"About throe yoars ago. I suffered
with a bad cold. It settled In the
bladder and kidneys, causing
"I tried soveral advortlrcd rome-
dle,butitwas Peruna which finally
cured me, and I had takon, only a
"I fool that It saved mo, and It ccr
talnly restored me to auch perfect
health as I had not known In years.
"I havo good reason to give your
remedy my highest endorsement. It
cloanod out tho system, leaving mo
well and strong and feeling bettor
than I havo In years."
CATAltHU of tho kldnoys la n, very
much neglected disease.
It la not until tho dlsoaao haa a firm
hold upon tho kldnoys that the patient
begins to roalizo that tkero la some do
rangementot thoso organs.
The alight back'aches, the feeding of
lassitude, and other warning symptoms
ot kidney dlsoaso aro orerlooked.
They are not sorloua enough to dotaln
tho patient from his regular work.
Even when ho
tho kidneys aro
affected, he docs
RUCHES THE KIDNETS
not recognize tho difficulty as being
caused by catarrh.
Catarrh la sometimes so Tory gradual
In Ha approach nnd llsearllcr symptoms
causo such alight discomfort that it la
Howover, when it la onco firmly soatod
In tho kidneys It booomes a difficult
dlsoaso to exterminate.
Indeed, catarrh of tho kidneys Is more
serious than catarrh affecting some of
tho other organs of tho body.
In tho kldnoys It Is liable to terminate
in Drlght's Dlsoaso or diabetes, both ot
which aro recognized aa Tory serious
ailments. If not fatal.
Tho thing to bo done, when catarrh of
the kidneys Is discovered, la to take
ono that reaches tho 'very source ot tho
catarrh and removoa tbo causo of the
Huch a remedy haa been found in
Peruna. It reaches catarrh. 110 matter
gists will supply tho retail trade HONOLULU DRUG CO
In Voiles, Panamas, Novelty
Weaves, Silks and White Linens
have just arrived.
See Window Displays
Home Journal Patterns for
March Spring and Style Book
Tho only e.iso to tomo before tho
rcdornl Court this nun nlng was that
of Gcorgo Wado, convicted of mur
der, who Is attempting to obtain Ills
roleaso from Jail through a writ of
habeas corpus, Wudo was released
through a writ obtained from tho
late Judge Georgo D, Gear, ami tho
defence, loprcsontod by C. C. Hitting,
claims that this writ was never prop
erly overruled by tho Supremo Court.
Tho Torrltory, roprcsontcd by Dep
uty Attorney Gonoral Whltnoy, al
leges that tho writ was piopqrly dis
posed ot ami that tlicro is uu fuithcr
Tho caeo wna argued by both sides
and thon sot ovor for fiuther nrgii
mont boforo tho l'eilerul Court on
next Satuiday morning.
HAIEIWA HOTEL is practically
proof against mosquitoes. The bed
rooms ore thoroughly wired, and
comfort in sleeping is guaranteed.
St. Clair Bidgood,
MR. ISAAO ROSENZVEla.
where It may bo located in tho liody
whether in tbo moro exposed mem
branes of tho
noso nnd throat,
or whether in
PE-RU NA AN INTERNAL
of tho kldnoys.
That l'oruna is at onco tho safest and
most reliable remedy for catarrh of tho
kldnoys la proven by tho ninny testi
monials written by tboso who havo ex
pcrlcnced its honoflts.
Tho testimonial glvon hero aro only
specimens of tho many testimonials 011
our records, pertaining to tho relief af
forded by Peruna in sovcro cases of kid
ney trou bio.
Kidney Disease of l.oni Standing.
Mr. Samuel A. Pnxton, 1118 Trooit
Ave., Kansas City, Mo., mombor
I.O.O. P., nnd National Annuity As
sociation, Writes! "I nm a well man to
(lay, thanks to lVruna. 1 was troubled
with catarrh and kldnoy dlsenso of long
standing when I first began usliij
THE HAWAIIAN ANNUAL ns a
leference hand-book of statistical
and general information pertaining
to these Islands, price 75 cts.
BIRDS OF THE HAWAIIAN ISL
ANDS, a complete list; price S1.00.
HAWAIIAN FOLK-TALES, nn ad
mirable collection of Legendary stor
ies of "the land we live in." Third
invoice just received. Finely illus
trated, cloth, gilt top; price $1.75.
Thrum's Book Store
1003 FORT ST!
ARE STILL OPEN
Accommodations uncqualed any
where on tho beach.
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iTHiEMilCHWCAtCtt.1 mucoUi i"orinn.
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gvnl or rot Dun
Pol I by Dri rvlui.