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EVENING ntlLLirriN, HONOLULU, T. II.. WnDNEgDAY MAP.. 3, 1009.
You Are Invited to Visit This Place.
PROMINENT HOSPITALS SAY
BECOMES A LAW
PE-RU-NA IS EFFICIENT
IN RELIEVING ALL CATARRHAL DISEASES.
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What spot i these Islands can ex
ceed the great Waunca Plains in
beauty, climate and diversity of seen
erv? City folk in want of rest and
recreation will learn with pleasure
that the waimea Home of Mr. David
1'orbes, late Manager of Kukuihacle.
is now in the hands of Mr. H, Akona,
the well-known Chef.
The premises may be rented fur
nished by week or month on reason
able terms. Apply to
II. AKONA, WAIMEA, HAWAII
P. 0. Address, Kawaihae.
FINE DRIVING AND SADDLE
HORSES FOR HIRE OR SALE.
Oct it Now on our easy-payment
plan. Come in and hear
BEROSTROM MUSIC Co , Ltd.
BETTER 00 DOWN THE ROAD.
There arc few better trips in the
Islands than that to Haleiwa, and if
you want a better one it would be
liard to advise you. There is every
thing to the good at Halciwa: rooms,
hotel cooking and service, and you
hate nothing to find fault with.
There will be an extra attraction
there on the 14th, when the Mara
thon racers arrive after their long
ran. St. Clair Bidgood, the manager,
will look after your comfort.
Everything that the Name Implies.
Office Supply Co.,Ltd.
031 FORT ST.
I LEVY'S I
The Manhattan Cafe
Meals and Short Orders at All Times
of the Day and Night. We Never
Sleep. FORT ST. NEAR HOTEL.
R. Wm. WARHAM, Prop.
Horse, Harness and
For Sale, Guaranteed,
A. R. Rowat, D.V.S.
' 777 KING ST.
Pau Ka Hana
THE ENEMY TO DIRT.
At Your Grocer's.
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You Want Electrio Wiring Done or
Private Telephone Installed or Dry
Batteries, call the
UNION ELECTRIO CO.,
Harrison Block. Phone 315.
LUNCHES and DRINKS
." The most poDuJar
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel St. near Fort.
Jack Scully. Jack Roberta
This is a view of the laboratory in Lynn, Mass., in which
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound is made.
There is a sign 5 feet long and 2 J feet wide attached, permanently,
to the front of the main building which rcad3 as follows :
Public Inspection invited from 8 A.M. to 4 P.M.
I Lyilia E. Plnkluuu Mctilcino. Co.
f What docs this sign mean ?
h means that public inspection of the laboratory and methods of
doing business is honestly desired. It means that there is nothing
about the l'inkham business which is not "open and above-board."
It means that a permanent invitation is extended to anonc to
come and verify the statements made in the advertisements of L) dia
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
Is Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound made exclusively
from 'roots ami herbs ?
C01110 and Sco for Yourself.
Do the women of America continually use as much of it as we
arc told ?
Gonio.nnd Sco for Yourself.
Was there ever suclj a person as Lydia E. Pinkham, and is there
any Mr. Pinkham now to whom sick women are asked to write?
Coino and Seo for Yourself.
Is the vast private correspondence with sick women conducted
by women only, and arc the letters kept strictly confidential ?
Coino mid Seo for Yourself.
Have they really got letters from more than a million women ?'
Come and See for Yourself.
Have they proof that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
has cured thousands of these women ?
, Como and Seo for Yourself. v
This advertisement is only for doubters. The great army of
women who know from their own personal experience that no
medicine in the world equals Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Com
pound for female ills will still go on using and being benefited by it ;
but the poor doubting, suffering woman must, for her own sake, be
taught confidence, for she also might just as wcfl regain her health.
THE ORiailNAL SIIVGER
Will Open MARCH 1ST nt the old stand on King- St.
Will make GOOD BREAD and FANCf CAKES.
Genuine Coffee Cakes a Specialty
Made by a German .Baker
We will deliver the gools every day to all parts of
the City. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Give us a trial.
Max Hieniarin - Manager
Big Mark -Down
Begins Monday, March 1st
GREAT REDUCTIONS TOR TWO WEEKS
LADIES' CORSET COVERS, '$1.25 Now 75o a Pair
LADIES' CORSET COVERS, $1.00 Now GOo a pair
LADIES' CORSET COVERS, 75c ..., Now 40o a pair
LADIES' CORSET COVERS, 40c . .,. Now 25o a pair
LADIES' CORSET COVERS, 25o ., Now 15o a pair
LADIES' VESTS, 10c. .., I ..Now5o
WHITE COTTON, lOo a. yd... 13 yards lf or $1.00
NEW FLANNELLETTE, J 10 yards' for 8O0
DRESS BATISTE, lOo a yd...,...; Now 5o a yard
LACE CURTAINS, 75oq pr. ...', Now 40o a pair
LACE CURTAINS, $1 a pak- . , . .. Now 60c a pair
A Large Assortment of LA0E, .RIBBONS, ETC., marked
Eleventh Day Afternoon Session.
Secretary Molt Smith Informed the
Senate jcstcnlay afternoon that Go
crnar FtcaK had signed House Dili 11,
An Act appropriating fundi" for the
Hawaii's exhibits at the AlnskB-Yukon-Pacific
Exposition; House Dili 12, pro
viding nppropilatlons for the enter
tainment of the Congressional party
and other distinguished persons to
islt hero this vnr; and tho House
Joint Itcsolutlon, authorizing tho Gov
ernor to appoint o commission to In-
estlgalo private wharves and land
An Invitation from the Ilnrc.-iu of
forestry to lslt the promises v. as ac
cepted nnd President Smith v. Ill set
a tlmo for tho visit.
A communication from tho Mer
chants' Association of Honolulu, en
dorsing Concurrent Resolution No C,
known ns the Douthltt resolution, was
read and referred to tho Judlclar)
Drown presented a petition on bo
half of those, who Buffered by tho or
der of the Health Hoard In quarantin
ing tho Ah I Ice lllock on Hlvcr street
Tho petitioners, eighteen In nil, ask
ed that they bo relnbtirscd In tho sum
or $1919 55, for the loss of their valu
ables. Deferred to Committee on Pub
Coclho Introduced thrco resolutions
directed ngulilst the action of Attorney
General Hcmcnnay, Chief Justice
llurtucll and Treasurer Campbell,
following Is tho list
1. An Act to confirm tho titles of
the holdors and claimants of unaward
ed and unpatented lands In certain
cases and to proldo for the convej
nnco of anj rights of the Territory
2. Requiring tho Troasjircr of the
Tcrrltqry to Inform tho Senate under
and by whut authority did ho glvo to
tho Honolulu Klsh Market Merchan
dise; Broker's license to conduct regu
lar auction sale of fUh.
McCarthy Introduced a bill, amend
ing Section 31DG It. U pertaining to
offenses against tho right of sepulture.
Knudson Introduced a bill, which
passed first reading, An Act to provide
for validating tho incorporations of
railway and transportation companies
licretofmo Incorporated under 'char
ters granted by tho Treasurer of the
Territory of Hawaii with tho consent
of tho Governor, etc.
Tho following bills passed third
reading In tho Senate: Senate Dills
51, 52. House Dills 38 and 64. Senate
1)111 CC passid second rending.
Clerk Woodward Informed tho Son
ata Hint House. Dill 27, 37 and Joint
Itcsolutlon No. 11. had passed third
reading in tho House
EWA HUGE SUCCESS
Ewa was on feto last Saturday when
a "Washington Tea" was held at tho
club houso. Tho reception commttteo
consisting of MesdaniCB Craig, Doug
las, Eklund and Misses Dallentyno,
Church, Clarke, Collins, Douglas and
Kklund did tho honors.
Some sixty guests were present, In
cluding a number of Honolulu folk.
Tho Ewa quartet, Ronton, Orcenfleld,
McLean and Muller, opened tho even
ing with a charming selection from
Chris. Jenkins, Forsytho, Roy Doug
las nnd Miss Doswell rendered some
flno' songs. Miss Craig pla'vcd all the
accompaniments very nicely. Aftei
tho musical part of tho program wub
finished, an amusing game called mc
nagcrlo was played. There wore two
prizes for tho gontlcmen und two for
tho ludlcs, and theso wcro won by Mrs
Oldlng, Miss Mabon and Messrs. (lou
ven nnd Forsyth.
I.nter on dancing was Indulged, In,
t.nd ever 0110 wantod "Just ono more
danco," when tho closo came. Mcs
dmnes Craig, Douglas and Eklund aru
to be complimented on tho way tliej
carried tho undertaking out.
Meekly Bulletin! Year
The Hawaiian band will glvo a pub
lic concert at Aala Park this evening
at 7.30 o'clock, tho program being us
March Tho Major ...., Dcrgcr
Dallad rarovvell Llddoll
Slavonic Dance, No. 3 Dvorak
(n) Crossing tho Bar Dehrond
(b) l.ontomcnt, Lcntcmcnt . .l'lllpuccl
Vocal Hawaiian songs,, nr. by Ilergcr
Solectlon Tho Black Brigade .. liejei
Waltz nilplno Androwb
finale Mokllinna Dcrgcr
The Star Spangled Ilannei.
HAOI.UND In Honolulu, Teh. 28,
1909, to tho wife or Captain John 1
Hagluhd of tho Inter Island Steam
Navigation Company, a daughter.
BmmBsi3TeB3 OF THE COOP SHErHERD, MOM l HBBHBBB
HOSriTAIS ALL OVER THE CONTINENT FIND PE-UU-NA VALUABLE IN TREATINO ALL CATAIHIIIAL DISEASES
CATAIUIII of tho respiratory organs
Is a common ailment In Canada for
at least two-thirds of the year.
This condition Is no doubt caused by
the long, severe winters oxporlenccd'lu
this part of the continent.
Therefore, when Pcruna was dlscor
ered by Canadian people- to be a rellablo
remedy for these catarrhal diseases. It
atoncebecamo a popular medicine, not
only among Individuals -and In families,
but In tho great hospitals, whero It was
used as a preventive and relief la hun
dreds of cases,
Tlicso Institutions do Dot hesitate to
give their endorsement of tho remedy
which has been so helpful In the treat
ment of their poor and sick.
Among theso Institutions Is that of
the Sisters of Good Shepherd, who gave
tho following endorsement!
The Pcrvnm Company,
Having used Ptrunt tor the putt tew
months, tor our Mick and poor, we are
happy to asy that It hat given ut great
The Sister of the Qood Shepherd,
August 20, 1903.
Alter a continued as of the remedy,
this Institution has found no reason to
change Its good opinion of tho remedy
and expresses Its satisfaction in tho fol
lowing terms i
Montreal, Nov. 7, 1903.
We found Pcruna a relief In several
We can say It Is a good tonic and we
are very thankful.
Sisters of the Qood Shepherd.
When catarrh once fastens Itself upon
the system It becomes an obstinate dis
ease to eradicate.
A sjstcmto remedy one that reaches
every Internal organ of the body la an
Peruna Is Just such a remedy. It
searches out the cause of the disease,
healing and strengthening the mucous
membranes, and thus giving Nature an
opportunity to perform her part of rfio
One of tho many hospitals which have
found Perunaofvsluoln treating old and
obstlnatocasesof catarrh Is the Hospital
St. John, who wrlloaa follows)
"Wo aro happy to tell you trTat your
Pcruna has given us satisfaction. Thrco
patients hare tried It, ono 04 years old
Renoul Dupuls,aflllctod with catarrh, is
much relieved, more than he has been
for a number pf years.
"A young girl, IS y ears old, had an
obstinate cough, which half a bottle of
Peruna caused to disappear.
As to myself, two bottles have con
vinced mo that Peruna Is msgnlflcont
as a tonic.
"Bcforo the treatment I lould not
walk, for a quarter of an hour without
experiencing much fatigue. Now I can
walk a mlto easily.
"Through thtso three cases wo desire
to mako known to tho public the ef
ficiency of your romedy."
Hospital St. John, of St. Johns,
Province of Quebec,
A later letter received from tho same
Institution reads as follows!
"Three weeks ago I wrote to tell
you how satisfactory we found
Peruna. We recommend It highly for
colds, coughs, catarrh and neuralgia.
"I havo used It myself as a tonlo with
tho best results, taken as directed, half
a tcaspoonful every half hour,"
Mrs, Etta Hooker, Dundurn, Sask.,
N.W.T., Canada, writes!
"I suffered with Internal catarrh until
I wrote to Dr. Hartman, and after tak
ing treatment as he advised, I can say
I am now cured of thla most trying
aflltctlon, for which I ora truly thank
ful. I think Peruna tho best mcdlclno
for catarrh. I never felt better in my
life than I do at presont."
Peruna not only promptly relieves
coughs and colds in their first stages,
but Is equally prompt and efllclcrit for
catarrhal diseases in tho chronto stago.
Of course, it is only reasonable to
suppose that a great deal less nudleine
wilt tio necessary to euro a slight attack
of catarrh than would be requlrtd to
relieve tho ailment aftor It had been al
lowed to becomo chronic.
The following wholeiale druggisto will supply the retail trade : BENSON, SMITH & CO., Honolulu, Hawaii.
About the Advertiser
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signed to be read must literally grip their
attention by its' force, originality, and its special ,
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The advertiser isa "butter in." He must get the
attention of the reader and hold it long enough to
make a definite impression. He is pitted against the
scholar, the story writer, the editorial writer, the
artist and he must turn out better stuff" than they
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That's why the advertiser should employ the
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