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EVENING IUILLETIN, HONOLt'LU, T. II., SATURDAY, NOV. 7, 1903.
OFFICERS OF HIGH
AND OTHERS ENDORSE PE-RU-NA.
rroininc.it. People ttccom-
meiul tlie Hemcriy,
Dr. Hartmau's World He
uowncd Catarrh Medicine.
A Remedy for the Crip,
Ocn. V. H. Parsons, 013 II St., N. W.,
ashlngton, I). C, w rites as follows:
"Upon tlio recommendation of person
1 friends and ninny strong testimonials
lo tlio efficacy of I'eruna Id the treat
ment of tlio numerous symptoms of the
grip with which I 1ito been aflllctcd
for four montha past, 1 have been In
duced to undergo a treatment of this
Justly celebrated formula,
"1 feel a decided chango for the belter
by 1M use for one week only, especially
In toning up tho stomach, nnd, a conru
qtinnl decided effect upon my appetite.
"I therefore feel much encouraged
that I am on tlio road to complete res
"My numerous friends In Teias,
where I hare had the honor to com
mand n brigade of her veteran cavalry
In a four-year war, may accept this vol
untary testimonial to the merit of I'e
runa from a ccnio of obligation for lta
v, underfill efficacy."
Pc-ru-na a Good Tonic.
(len.M.C. Ilutlor, of .South Carolina.
writes from Washington, I. 0 as fol
"1 can recommend i'eruna for dyspep
sia and stomach trouble.
"I hnvo been using jour modlclne for
n short period and I fuel very much re
lieved. "It is Indeed n wonderful medicine,
and bcftlili s a good tonic."
Colds In the Head and Throat.
Chaa. V. Ilowman, 1st Lieut, and
-Adjt. Ith "to. 8. M. L'av. Vol., writes
from Lnnham, Mil., as follows:
"Though somewhat averse to patent
mcdiclma, and still more avcrso to be
coming a professional affidavit man, It
veins only a plain duty In the present
instance to add my expcrlenca to the
columns already written concerning
the curative pow ers of I'eruna.
"I have been particularly benefited by
Its use for colds In tho head and throat.
"I have been ablo to fully euro myself
of a most severe attiiclc In forty-eight
hours by its use according tudlrtcllons.
"I use It as. a preventive whenever
threatened with on attack,
"Members of my family also use it for
"Wo ire recommending it to our
Recommends Pe-ru-na to
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Used Pe-ru-na Satisfied as to Its Merits
Recommends It to All Sufferers.
Ilrlg.Oen. I). T. Klrby,
J Washington, D.O.,writes
! concerning Peruna, as
Friends of mine having uted
J your Peruna catarrh cure with good
results, I am Impressed with Its
curative qualities, and can recom-,
mend It to those who are afflicted."
Gen. B. 8. Yoder, 203 Md. Ave., N. h, Wash
ington, D.C., writes:
' desire to amy that I have found Peruna
to ba m wonderful remedy. I only used It
tor a short time and am thoroughly satis
fied at to It merits. I shall gladly recom
mend It to all sufferers."
Usefulness of Pe-ru-na.
rerun brings to the home thn com
blind knowledge of several schools of
medicine- In the- treatment of catarrhal
dlscnjcs, the scientific skill and knowl
edge of the pharmacist, and I he vast and
varied experience of Dr. Ilartmau him
self tn the Usv of catarrhal remedies.
Tor Catarrh of the Stomach.
Hen. W.W. Dnfliold, Washington, D.
"I have used I'eruna in my family
and have found It a valuable medicine
and tako plcnuro In rccommftidlng it
lo all who suffer from catarrh of tho
stomach or who require a tonic of prompt
DEAFNESS CAUSED BY CATARRH
RELIEVED BY PE-RU-NA.
(len. A.M. Igg writes from tho Savings Hank llulldlng, Washington,
I). (1., as follows:
"I tako pleasure In endorsing the many recommendations I have heard I
and read of I'oruna, becauso of having had knowledge of the truth of so f
many of them.
"Wo always tU onr sick and ailing friends of the remedies that we havii
i learned, from experience, were good for us when ailing in the same way, and i
I wo do It as a duty wo feci that we owe them.
"WIit Is It anv tho less our dutv to advise all 'tho Deonle we can whon tl
4 wo unow or a goou nnu conipirauvciy inexpensive remeuy mat maaes many
cures, and bcncflta In almost all cases?
"My own llttlo personal experience of being relieved of deafness, caused
t by arlegeof catarrh, warrants mo in advising all the afflicted to Jnst try
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ror Kidney Trouble, Couihi, Colds
Oen. A. T. llawlcy, ISW SMb St., K
W., Waablngton, D. C, writes:
"I have used I'eruna and find It very
beneficial for kidney trouble, and es
pecially good for coughs, colds and ca
Indljestlon and Nervousness.
Oen. George II. Williams, whose
Washington address is 2121 Dancroft
Place, writes: "I have been for many
years a great friend of IVrnna. II has
always helped me wonderfully. I can
recommend It fur indigestion and ner
vousness without any qualifications. I
am always In possession of a supply of
this medicine, and, whfir required, free
ly uso It."
When Other Remedies railed Peruna
rton. o. W. Uoney, National Chap
lain, U. V. U-, Kx-Chaplaln 4th Wis
consin Cavalry, Jix-Treas. Htate of
Wisconsin and Hx-tjuartermaster Gene
ral Htate of Tuxas (1. A. It., writes from
1700 First street, N.K., Washington, D.
C, as follows:
"I cannot too highly recommend ynnr
preparation for tho relief of catarrhal
troubles In their various forms.
"Borne members of our own family
have nsed It with most gratifying re
mits. When other remedies failed, Ternn
proved most efficacious and 1 cheerfully
ctrf llfy to Its curatlvo ozcellonce."
Pc-ru-na a Standard Treatment tor
Mr. John 0. Nelson, Dayton, Tenn.,
geologist ond mining engineer, while a
Captain In the 1'cdoral Army during
the Civil War, contracted a case of
rhonmatlsm. This malady was con
stant and persistent, inducing tho de
velopment of other ailments, which also
became chronic. After taking a course
of I'eruna, Captain Nelson writes:
"tls'ving'boen painfully afflicted with
chronic rheumatism and tho adjunctive
complications for many years, ana after
having received many general and
special Iteatments with only temporary
relief, I read yonr scientific treatlso on
"At my request yon prescribed a
spselsl course of the Peruna remedies,
which 1 rlosely followed, and am happy
lo report that my rheumatism and
complicated ailments are siiUlued,snd
1 feel young again at the ago of CJ
"Reason will accept your classifica
tion of catarrhal diseases as scti-utllli)
and trne, and the I'eruna remedies ss a
standard treatment for them. I thank
you heartily for your skilled and logical
Retained Health and Strength.
Mn Fred I. Allen, Hpeclal Agent for
Fidelity A Casualty Co., MO Illbcrnia
Hank llnlldlng,NewOrleans,l.a., writes:
"About two years ago I was troubled
with bronchltlc asthma, and was treated
by the beat physicians In our city, but
receiving no benefit from them, 1 began
to despair lest I should not recover.
"I wrote to Dr. Ilartman and he pre
scribed for me. I)y faithfully following
bis directions, tn six months 1 was cuVed
of the asthma and the cough had disap
peared entirely. I regained my health
andslrength, and the twenty-five pounds
which 1 had lost, and am thankful lo say
that I am as well a'i ever, "
Tor free book of testimonials address
The Peruna Drug Manufacturing Com
psoy, Columbus, Ohio,
The following wholesale druggist will supply the retail trade: benson, smith & co.
Tok'ln. October 21 Tho most signi
ficant event of tlio visit of tho Amer
ican fleet to Japan took place today,
when Itcnr-Aflnilrnl Sperry, his flag
officers and tlto Captains and comman
der of tho sixteen battleships worn
presented to tho Kmpcror and Em
press under circumstances evidencing
n radical departure from nil court pre
cedents inorder to do favor to tho
Americans. That It wns tho most
brilliant function that tho pntneo haa
over known, la vouched for by those
who havo boon, attached to tho court
of tho Enijicror or Japan for many
years. The Emperor assumed a most
cordial manner, and the Empress
tliook hands with every officer.
Reply of the Emperor.
To tho ' messngo from President
Roosevelt, delivered hy Admiral Sper
ry, the Emperor responded ns follows:
"Admiral Sperry, It nffords wo n
special pleasure to wclcomo your party
as tho representatives ,of tho Amer
ican Navy and to rocclvo through you
from your respeclcd President, his
very frlondly mossago. It Is my re
quest that you assure tho President of
tho United States that I most slnci-ro-ly
appreciate nnd most cordially ie
clprocato his sentiments .of friendship
and good will.
"It Is to mo n source, of profound
satisfaction that tho most cordial rela
tions exist between Japan nnd the
United States, and my thanks aro duo
tho President for affording my sub
jects by your visit tho opportunity to
give new proof of their sincere at
tachment for your countrymen.
"I also wish you to convoy to tho
President Ihla message 'Tho historic
relations, tho good understanding and
tho gcnulno friendship of tho United
States I count as a valued heritage, of
my reign and It shall bo in tho future
as It has been In tho past my constant
aim and desire to weld ties of amity
uniting tho two countries In Indis
soluble bonds of good neighborhood
nnd perfect neenrd.'
"I trust tho snmo success that hat
ro far attended ydiir voyago may still
bo with you to tho end."
The exchnngo of messages between
President Iloosevelt and tlio Emperor
was evidently planned an a surprise
When tho President's messngo was re
ceived Us evident-cordial lono was nt
onco ncccpted ns the highest official
Indorsement of the peaceful mission
nnd friendly spirit with which .tho
fleet 'left tho Atlantic nnd Is now visit
ing Japan, lienco tho 'unusual tone of
tho Emperor's reply, which has been
published here, was understood Imme
diately ns ludlcntlng that tho entente
) U --.- Ilniirnll .between America and Japan, although
- lIUIIUIUIUs IdTTail unwritten, was most slnccro and real,
-J - Cheera Qr
Lahalna, Oct. 27, 1908.
i;litor of the i: von lug Unite
t I n , Honolulu.
Dear Sir- We are going to havo
n large tcliool yard.
Queen Mlluoltuli'.ul went back lo
Honolulu on Friday morning.
There was n Uepttbllcun meeting
at tlio wharf on Friday evening.
I'rlnre Kuhlo, Mr. Atkinson, and
snniu other men made speeches.
Fourteen Ilepublicatis and six
Democrats went to Molul.ai on Satur
day. There was a dance at the Parish
Hall on I'rlday evening and they
, There was a sacred conceit at
Ilalealoha and the lollectlou was ten
Mr. Hnnpll, Mr, John Ilo.sc, .mil
Mime others sang nt the Pioneer Ho
tel on Friday evening.
George Pull planted home bananas
around our school room.
Uilmln.i, Oct. !C, 1908.
iKdltor of the Evening Hullo
t I n , Honolulu.
'Dear Sir: Last week Thursday
soma of our girls went to learn how
to cook. Their rooking teacher's
name was Miss Collier.
On Sntiirduy font teen ileptiblicans
and h! Dcmnrints went to Molokal.
Theie was a Hcpulillciii meeting on
Fildny laBt week.
Mr. Krnll gavo n grand dance on
Friday night. They had It In tho
On Saturduy morning Queen r.ill
noknlanl went homo.
I remain, jours truly,
Hint night. They sang very nicely.
Queen I.llluoknlnnl nnd Prince Kn
lanlanaolo went home on Saturday
morning on the steamer Mnunu Kea.
Tho Parish Hall hud u dance that
evening. It started nt S o'clock In
tlis cvonlng. Many people wero there.
Sunday evening there wns n snered
concert at Ilalealoha. I remain,
Lahalna, Maul, Oct. 27, 190S.
Editor of Evening II u I I e 1 1 n ,
Dear Sir: Queen I.llluoknlanl
went home on Saturday morning.
On Friday evening they hud .i
dnuro nt the Parish hall.
On Satin day there was a sacred
comert at Ilalealoha. ,Tho collection
was ten dollars.
Wo are going to hnvo a large yittl.
On Sunday tho Y. A. C. beat m u
baseball game. ,
wore their aprons and raps. Queen
l.iliuokulnnl went homo Saturday
A concert wns held on Sunday
night at Ilalealoha Unit.
out 'at the KHohana Park. The Plo-J relate to you is about Prince Kuhlo.
I.ahalmi, Oct. 27, 1908.
Editor of the K v o n I n g II u I '. i
Pear Sir: On Friday evenlnff
I hoy had a big dance nt tho Parish
Hall. The girls made some salad
and sandwiches for tho dance.
On Filday evening the Ilcpuull
cans had a ineotlnB, Kuhlo camo to
l.nhnln.1 on ljrlday.
Queen Lllltinkiilnnl went to Hono
lulu on Saturday morning.
On Sunday they had n teu party
, (Icorgo Pall's bananas aio growing
On Hmidar thov had a baseball
ganio ut Kllolmnn Park. Tho ya.
C. beat In thn gumo on Sunday.
Lahalnn. Oct. 27, 1908.
Editor oT the E v o n i n g II it 1 I o -tin,
Dear Sir: On Friday afternoon
Prince Knlanlnnanle came from Wnl
luku to Lnhainn on tho automobile.
The ilcpuhllcans had n meeting on
Friday evening under tho lighthouse.
There was a dance nt the Parish
Hall on Friday night.
On Sunday afternoon about 2
o'clock there wns i baseball game
necrs and tho Young Aloha Club
played on Sunday. The Toting Aloha
Club beat. In the baseball game,
Thero was a r.acrcd concert nt
Queen Llliunkalanl went home on
Prince Knlnnlnnaolc went home on
Saturday morning with Queen I.llluo
hnlanl on the steamer Mauna Kea.
'We uio going to have a bigger
Lahiilnn, Oct. 27, 190S.
Editor E v o n 1 n g II u 1 1 c 1 1 n , Ho
Dear Sir: Tlio first news I must nt the wharf nnd on the streets,
On Friday evening Kuhlo and some
other Republicans went up to l.a
halnnluna on an automobile. Tho
Prince sat on tho front scat with tho
engineer of tho uuto. They held their
meeting at tho wharf. Prlnco Ku
hlo and Mr. Atkinson spoke very
well. The people were much pleased
with the prinro. I came down to tho
wharf and heard them speak on a
platform under the lighthouse which
was decorated with American flags.
William Hoopll's club sang some
songs. They wore on the Pioneer
h.-A,. McCandless wants to tako Ku
hloV place as Dclegateto Congress.
Tho people wore all crowded down
same night there was dancing In tho
Parish Hall. I did not go to sec the
dancing, so I havo nothing to say
about dancing people.
Saturday noon, six Democrats and
fourteen Republicans went over to
There was a tea party at Ilalealoha
Hall on Sunday evening nnd a sacred
concert, loo. Some of our school
teachers sans- songs.
The two banana plants In tho front
of Miss Oohicr's nnd Miss Aim's
rooms arc bearing fruit now.
Queen Lllluokalnnl went back to
her home at Honolulu on Friday eve
ning. She left her maid here.
lathalna, .Maul, Oct. 28, 1908.
Editor of Evening Bulletin.
Dear SJri - On Friday evening. Oct.
S3rd, 1908, tho llepubllcnns had u
meeting nt Hie wharf under Ilia
lighthouse. Senator Kalama was tho
first ninu that made n speech. Prlnco
Knlanlanaole made the second labt
S (iM'ech and ho Is u Hue speaker. WIN
- lie Hoopll, John Hose, Henry Smith,
Jfond Sam 1'aa wero the music boys
Iaihatnn, Oct. 27, 190S.
the E roping Hul p
Dear Sir: Prince Kuhlo was hoie
on Friday. Tho meeting of tho He.
publicans was hold on Filday night
at tho lighthouse.
Fourteen llepubllcnns and six
Democrats went to Mololal on Sat
urday They nie coming back on
A dance wns held at the Parish
Hall on IMday night! Queen" 1,111
iioknlnnl was Invited to the dnnre.
ano (Hit not stay very long nt the
Hall. We had some hiilad, lemonade,
tcinep. and sandwiches, Somo of tho
St. Mnry's Guild gltls walled on tho
people. The St. Mary's Guild girls
BY FA ELBERTUS
Written in a sincere and kindly desire to help the young who do not know, and the older ones .who sometimes
Inform your friends that you do not care to have them call you
during working hours. All your time belongs to your employer.
Be absolutely honest with 'yourself and with the. institution of
which you are a part Defend it, if need be.jsith a right swing.
When you come t oyour work in the morning or at noon, go di
rectly to your desk and prepare for your day's work,
Do not talk during working hours except on business, and then
only to the head of your division or the head of the department.
Do not refusci to do what you are told, nor"do it grudgingly, sim
ply because you do not understand the reason for it. If the ona
who tells you makes a mistake, he is the one who will sutler for
it, not you. '" r
The' man wtio is worthy ,of. being a leadefbf men will never com-1
plain of the stupidity of his helpers, of the ingratitude of man
kind, nor of the inappreoiation of the publio ' These things are
all a part of the great game of life, and to mectrthem and not go
down before tbem in discouragement and 'defeat ft the final proof
of power. '
The first item in the common-sense creed is Obedience Do your -worso'metimes necessary, but the man w
k with a whole heart! Bevolt isho mixes revolt and obedience is doomed to rliwpnoint himself and every
body with whom he has dealings. To flavor work with protest is to fail absolutely. When you revolt, why
revolt climb, get out, hike, defy tell everybody and everything to go to limbo! That disposes of the case.
You thus separate yourself entirely ftom those you have served no one misunderstands you you have de
clared yourself. But to pretend ti obey, and yet carry in your heart the spirit of revolt, is to do half-hearted
and slipshod work. If revolt and obedience are equal, your engine will stop on the center and you bene
fit nobody, not even yourself. The spirit of Obedience is the controlling impulse of the receptive mind and
the hosoitable heart, There arc boats that mind the helm and boats that don't. Those that don't, get holes
knocked in them sooner or later. To keep off the rocks obey the rudder., Obedience is not t6 slavishly
obev this man nor that, but it is that cheerful mental conditions which responds to the necessity of the case,
and dots the thing. Obedience to the institution loyalty! The man who has not learned to obey has trou
ble ahead of him every steu of the way the world has it in for him because he has it in for the world. The
man who does not know how to receive orders is not fit to issue tehm. But he who knows how to execute
orders is preparing the way to give them, and better still to have them obeyed.
Secretary Jlnrrctt of San Francisco
Gas Company admits that corpora
tion has double, schedule of rates and
sells In competitive district qt 60
cents a thousand.
NOTICE OF SALE "OF GENERAL
LEASES OF LANDS SITUATED
AT HAHAKUA, ISLAND OF
At 12 o'clock noon, Monday, De
cember 7th, 1908, at the front en
trance of the Judiciary Ilulldlng, Ho
nolulu, thero will bo sold at Public
Auction, under the Provisions of Part
S, Land Act 189S, (Sections 278 to
285 Inclusive), Rovlsod Laws of Ha
waii, general leases of the following
described lauds: ,
(1) Tho land of Kaoho 1, con
taining an area of 205 acres, more'
br lebs1, and classed as -agricultural
land, 'Upset rental 1530.00 per an
hutm payable semi-annually In ad
vance. Term of Lease, eight years
from February 2, 1909,
(2) The Land of Pohakuhaku
Ksmau,, containing an area, of 80
acres more or less, and classed as
agricultural land. Upset rental,
$225,00 per annum,, payable- seml-an-ntiully
In advance. Term of Lease,
seven years from March 28, 1909.
Reservations regarding land re-qulrett-by
the Government for settle
ment or public purposes will bo em
bodied In each of tho above leases.
For Maps and further particulars,
apply at the office of the undersigned,
Judiciary Ilulldlng, Honolulu.
. JAS. W. PRATT,
Commissioner of Public Lauds.
Honolulu, Onliu, T. II., November
4102 Kov. 7, U, 21, 28; Dec. C.
Cheers Greet Americans.
Tho procession of carriages convey
nig tho officers of tho fleet to the pal
ace, through tho streets lined with
cheering multitudes, wns most Impos
ing. When tho EpaclotiB grounds op
poslto tho approach to tho palace,
what Is known na tho "iloublo bridge,"
was reached tho enthusiasm reached
Its height. Thousands of children
wero again massed In ordor to impress
them with Iho Idea that tho Americans
wer about to pay n' friendly visit with
in tho grounds of tho palaco wherein
lived tho great Emperor. Only n se
lect few Jnpancso havo over visited
theso grounds, and few, Indeed, have
over been given an audience by tho
Tho children cheered continuously
and presented a beautiful eccno in
their plcturc8Q.ua costumes ns they
waved flags and bowed low as tho
carriages passed. Tho cheers contin
ued ovou long after the carriages dis
appeared within the gates.
Arriving at tho palaco, tho visitors
wero ushered Into tho grcatudlenco
hall, where tho Admirals wero Intro
duced by tho American Embassador,
Thomas J. OTirlen, who, with Admiral
Bpcrry, was invited to enter tho Km
poror's room, whero tho nicsBtgo from
l'rqsldont Roosovclt, which, of courso,
bad nlrcady been submitted to tho Em
peror, was road. This was translated,
nnd tho Emperor then replied.
Washington, October 20. Tho fn
lowing Is jfn te.xt of Prcpldont Roose
velt's message to Rear-Admiral Sperry
for transmittal to tho Emperor of
"Sperry, flagship Connecticut, Yoko
hamn Convey to his majesty, the Em
peror of Japan, my bost wishes for
his continued good health and happi
ness and that of all tho Inhabitants
of his realm. Express to his majesty
tho high gratification afforded mo and
the people of tho United States nt iho
opportunity which permits tho Com
mnndcr In Chief of tho United Stales
licet In person to present my apprecia
tion of tho friendship which has ex
isted ifrom tho earliest time between
the Unltod States and Japan and of
tho honor to tho United Stales In this
Invitation to tho United Stulos Atlan
tic fleet to visit tho etnplro of Japan
In Its practlco crulso around tho world.
You will express to his majesty, tho
Emperor, my earnest wish for tho
strengthening mid continuance of tho
cordial relations which exist nnd Jinvo
ulwuys existed between tho two coun
tries. THEODORE ROOSEVELT."
The national Ooard of directors of
tho Knights of Columbus hnsdeclded
not to try to dnvolop the, order In Ire
land because of present conditions
Hryan carries campaign fight Into
Taft's State and attacks railroad ror
threat to reduce wages.
Chief Illggy mid policeman In speed
lug uuto run over and lujuro hoy In
Jlalght Btreet, San Francisco.
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