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EVENING IIULLKTIN, HONOLULU, T. I!. .SATURDAY; Al'ltlt. 3, 1909.
VERY BUSY SESSION
Wilson Is Charged With
Taking Too Much
L03AN ASKS FOR ADDING
MACHINE FOK TKFASUREH
County Stock Will Feed on Barley
Instead of Oats Individual
vmiiajus uppiuca uy
Tlio work of two of the City em
ployes vii subjected to considerable
criticism by the Hoard of Supervisors
last night John It. Wilson, Itonil
Supervlror of Honolulu, and .1. K
Paolo, Hood Overseer of Koolaupoko,
wore used or targets during the dis
cussion of methods for the construc
tion nnd oIIIiik of roads.
Supervisors Qulnn and Kane scor
ed the two men for proceeding to
work without first getting the sanc
tion of the Hoard. Qulnn said that
liti had no objection whatever to the
work done on the roads by Wilson,
but he did object 'to Ills action In
olllnR Alexander street without con
sulting the Hoard.
Knne supported Quinu's contention
m far hb the Hoard's authority over
I lie ltoad Supervisor was concerned.
lie said that hereafter no City em
ploye should go to work on an thins
without the approval of the Ho.ird.
lie warned Wilson to respect the
ltoad Committee nod not to start
work without instruction.
Wilson said that he oiled Alexan
der street to protect It from the
Cox thoiiRht the ltoad Supervisor
should be given some discretion in
the building and macndamlzliiR of
The same committee then turned
Its attention to ltoad Overseer I'aclc.
A blacksmith, a helper, R watchman
nt the, quarry, and an extra luna nt
the rate of $3 a day have been em
ployed by the overseer. Qulnn said
such employes were not needed In
former days under reck. I'aelo stat
ed It was necessary to hao the men
to guard the property of the County.
The matter was referred to the ltoad
Committee to Investigate und report
at the next meeting.
Logan introduced n resolution ask
ing for an adding machine for tho
use of Treasurer Trent, should tho
Hoard adopt the Individual warrant
system. Qulnn and Kane contended
that the money would do more good
on the roads. The resolution was
placed on file.
Heed for County mules and horses
was the coubo of considerable discus
sion. Tho animals wilt hereafter be
fed on barley and bran. Instead of
During the discussion of the Indi
vidual warrant sjstcm, Kane Jumped
to his feet nnd put up a strenuous
flRht for tho workmen of his dis
trict, lie spoke In Hawaiian, saying
that tho Individual warrant meaut
"loose warrant." "Why, there Is no
money In that loose warrant," said
he. "Tho workmen of the outer dis
tricts will not bo nbto to cash their
paper at the stores there, it Is a
hardship to those people to bo com
pelled to pay expenses for transpor
tation to como to town nnd get their
'losoo warrants' cashed."
Cox, speaking from experience,
stated that tho warrants would bo
honored by the storekeepers, and
money paid on presentation.
Numerous reports from the ltoad
. Committee wcro presented nnd placed
Paele reported that Peck employed
a Japanese to care for tho stable, and
called the attention of the Hoard to
tho salary demand for one month
, and a half. Referred to Road Com
mittee lo investigate and report,
Logan Introduced a resolution to
closo a certain lane near St. Louis
College In view of tho accidents
which havo happened there recently.
This was referred to the Koad Com
mittee. Union Feed Gets It
The Union Heed Company, rcpre
i tonted by Chns, Halk, was given the
contract to supply tho County with
hay at 126.2!; n ton. Clark of tho
Hustace-I'ock Co, asked permission to
correct u clerical which they mado
In estimating the supply bids, but
the request was overruled.
Contractor OuderMrk asked for
permission to use a portion of Ka
uhumanu street In rebuilding the
Architect Kerr nsked for permis
sion, to enclose tho sldewnlks on the
corner of Hotel and Fort streets
while constructing n new building
on the Wldemann property. These
'two tequests were referred to the
Committee, on Roads. Logan pre
sented a resolution establishing fire
stations In tho suburbs, the same to
be volunteer organizations, liefer
red In tho C'iriimllcn on HI hi und
sfrlilH 1 iiiii Aitkk'tmMi 1
PERUNA AS A TONIC
Mrs. Paul Catavant Writes From
Kansas, Concerning 1'eruna.
Mrs. l'iil Casavant, sis Monroe (treat,
"I have found Pcrnnn very effcctlvo in restoring
my health and strength after 1 had been worn
out and run down for a long lime. I began to
uio it about six months ago when I was nnablo to
leavomy bod. My nervous system was shattered
and I was dally losing flesh and strength. This
condition was completely altered after a few bot
tles of l'cruna find been used and I kept on using
It until I was finally restored to perfect health
and had gained about fifteen pounds.
"I feci so grateful for what your medicine has
done for mo that I am pleaded to glvo it my hearty
endorsement and shall always Lo glad to speak
good word for it."
Tones up the System.
Mrs. William Mcllobcrts, Waverly,
"I am perfectly well of the catarrh, I
took l'cruna and Manalln. I recom
mend your medicine lo every one and
cannot praise it enough. It Is a fine
medicine to tako any season of tho year.
Taken In the spring it tones up the
system and acta as a gcntlo stimulant."
A Good Tonic
Mr. Joe Leonard, Flat 3,232 Allen St.,
llutTalo, N. Y., writes :
"I hare good reason to endorse Peruna
as I havo found It a good tonic, stimu
lating the system and sustaining it
under groat pressure, imparting un
usual enduranco and enabling mo to
work much longer and harder than tho
system could possibly do were It not
for the great power with which It en
dowed me. J t gives one nerves of iron."
The following wholesale druggist will supply the
Till: r.iln, which bus blessed tho
earth mightily lately, lilted
Its sheetH of mist long enough
on Saturday afternoon, for th
inauguration of tho Woman's
Auxiliary of tho Outrigger
Club to ho a decided success. Mrs. H.
M. Swnnzy, tho president of the club.
nnd really its promoter, isiurod tea
into tho dainty blue and whltu cups
which sho piesented to tho club. There
wcro n goodly number of reproscntn
tlvo women present who qulto enjoyed
tho pleasant experience and tho art
istic grass house with Its sanitary
hath rooms and attachments, wcro
highly praised. Tho stonu lanal, where
tho tea was served, presented u gall
appearance, for wreaths of flowering
shrubs decorated tho doors, nnd vases
of brlght-hucd ii'isturtiiims added much
to tho effect. Cakes, sandwiches, and
most delectable tea went on through
out the afternoon, and 11 chiucnul braz
ier, ever ready, added Its quota of com
fort to tho event. Many of tho dainty
rppiirtcnanccH wore given by mem
bers of tho club. Throughout tho af
ternoon, tho young girls woro con
stantly using tho bath limine and thou
coming und going signified tho useful
ness of tho scheme for comfort nnd
pleasmo. Chapcroues are already In
attendance, and a man on tho prem
ises Is always ready to boll water for
Iho cup of teu, so refreshing after a
bath. Among thoso present on Satur
day wcro Mrs, H. M. Svvniuy. Mrs.
Ocrrlt P. Wilder, Mrs. Oeorgo Curler,
Mrs. Gait, Mrs, Italph Horsier, MrH,
Iloynton, Mrs. S, 0. Wilder, MrH. Km
est Watorhouso, Madame Hrlquo, Mrs,
Atkinson, Mrs. Itlcluird hers, Mrs.
Ivers, Sr., Mrs, Wakefield, Miss (Iran,
Miss Iloynton, Miss Fa I rile, Mrs. A.
G. Hawes, Jr., nnd others,
Tho Huckcyo Club was entertained
at tho Kllohana Art Leaguo rooms on
Tuesday evening by Itov. and Mra.
W. D. Wcstervelt, nnd tho musical pro
gram which followed the business dlx
cusslon vviiH of 1111 unusually high ord
er. Mrs. Westorvelt Is n plnulst of
rare culture and her friends were
made aware of tho fact (in Tnebdaj
evening. Sir. Westervolt entertained
nnd Interested ovorybndj by his sler
I'oplleon vIowh of Klhiunn, mid also
many scenes In Honolulu and vicinity.
10 Monroe Street, Topelca,
Head Her Letter Below.
Mr. Caloli II. Dortell, l'ollco Officer, 213 North l'aca street, Ilaltlmoro,
Tor several years I was troubled with catarrh of the head, throat and
stomach. Many times I would vomit beforo and after eating.
"I took sovon bottles of your Peruna, and lam glad to say that it has
"I feel moro like living and working, and am not bothered at all with
my old troubles.
"I tako great ploasure In recommending Peruna to all sufferers with
catarrh, and I thank you for what you havo done for me, for none but
tboso who havo suffered as I havo
found l'cruna to le."
Splendid for La Orlppe.
Mr. Prank II. Fielder, SM Pleasant
Ave., Montgomery, Ala., formerly prin
cipal of Ilaynosvlllo High School,
"I enn truthfully say 'that l'cruna Is a
splendid remedy for la grippe, nnd a
good tonic for building up the system."
The following olllecrs wcio elected for
the jenr: President, Itov. W. I.. Whit
ney: lcu president, llev. W. II. Ole
ton; secretary and treasurer, Itov. A.
K. Klicrsolu. Now members elected,
Mr. und Mrs. J0I11Y (1. Woollcy,
Among the lltllo dinners of tho week
nt Iho Alexander Young vvus tho at
tractive one given by Mr. and Mis.
Iloynton, of Chicago, In honor of ox
Governor and Mrs. Gem go Cutter. Mr.
anil MrH, Gall, MIsh Hnlrleu mid Mlsh
Iloynton. Deep rod carnations and
malden-halr ferns were artlstlcully ar
ranged iih n centerpiece and thu can
dles, softly shaded, shed a subdued
light over tho scone. Mrs. Iloynton Is
a distinguished looking woman, und
her dresses nro di earns of beauty.
Mr. nnd Mis. Lovvton-Ilruln have tak
en an apartment at the McDonald on
Puliation htieet. Mrs. l.ovvton-llraln
nnd hoii aro going In- England this
month, and lliey will bo followed by
Mr. Lew'ton-IIriiiii ut Xmas tlmo. MIkh
Grace Cooko hus purchased tho bung
ulnvv occupied by thorn In College hills.
They expect to remove to tho McDon
ald on Monday.
t)n Monday evening at thu Alexand
er Young Hotel the Honorable .loci
Cohen nnd MrH. Cohen entertained at
dinner for Mr. and Mrs. IHuhIpk, Mr
nnd Mrs, Green, MIsh Green, CiIiuhoii
shaded cuudlebras and crimson earuii
tlous made tho table most attractive
Mrs. Cohen wore 11 liundsomo frock of
lace and wits much admired.
Mrs. Sidney Ilallnu, who wiih oper
ated upon nt tho Queen's Hospital for
appendicitis, Is well enough to lie re
moved to her resldcnco In Judd street,
much to tho delight of her many
frldids, to whom tho charming woman
Is us n rny of sunshine, so happy Is
her outlook upon life.
Mr. JiiniOR 11, Wale, of Iho Experi
ment Station, has gouo to Hawaii for
Mr. and Mis. W. It. Castle sailed for
(ho Oilent In tho Siberia. Miss Ileal
1 lei' Cnsllo Ih already there with Mm
Cooke of Chicago. Tim lledomiiiiuH,
who aro In Yokohuimi, wilte of a ter
frfaSn, life in
in oonne' and Earlv Summer a Tonic is Needed. GivM r "' 'tu
The source of good blood Ii fresh air and well-digested food. If anything interferes with diges
tion the blood becomes impure.
A catarrhal condition of the stomach prevents perfect digestion. Such a condition allows the
food to ferment and decompose in various ways, instead of digesting. The blood is thus contaminated
with various materials that do not belong in the blood.
This gives rise to spring fever, eruptions on the skin, general lassitudo and constipation.
Peruna corrects all these difficulties by striking at the source of them. By eradicating the ca
tarrhal condition of the stomach Feruna at once restores digestion, the blood is thereby purified, and
the whole machinery of the body is put in working order.
Feruna has probably made a more remarkable record in cases of catarrh of thestomach than any
other medioine. These cases are very frequent, and we have a host of testimonials in which Peruna
uas received lavun praise forpromptandpermanent relief in cases of catarrh of the stomach
can appreciate a great euro aa I have
Pain In Chest.
Mrs. A. V. Onstln, r.an Lako Ave., Ht.
Joseph, Mo., writes: "When I liegnn
Uklng l'cruna I had qulto a suvero pain
and ache in tho loft of my chest. I suf
fered a great deal with It.
"I wrote lo. Hr. Ilarlman nnd asked
him what I should do. Ho advised my
rific carthquako which occurred re
cently. Although the hotel interval
like 11 tcmiiest-toHHcd stream, nothing
lenlly dreadful happened. Thoi-o oc
currences, although frequent In Japan,
are' not pleasant.
Mr. and Mrs. John Wiiteihouso mid
family, who havo been spending sever
al weeks at Iho Carter place, havo re
lumed to their resilience In Kovvalo
Mr mid Mis. HrnucU M. Svvtiuzy,
MIsh ltosnuioiid Swnnzy and 11 party
of oung girls have genu to Koolau
for a week,
Mr. and Mrs. Krlc Kuiidscii, who re
turned In Hie Hllicilu, are spending six
weeliH at thu Alexander Young hotel
beforo going to Kauai.
The following clipping fiom 11 Wash
ington paper Is lutercHllng to man),
for Mrs. ,Cloman (nee Clement) wbh
educated at Miss Lako'H fashionable
school In. San Francisco, and among
others who know her well c.in bo niun
tinned Mrs. J. S. Wulker:
1 Mis. Clomiin, wlfo of thu Ameilcun
military attache at London, recently
gave 1111 .afternoon party at her now
homo, 13 Stunhopo street, Just off Park
lane, und In Iho veiy pick of May fair.
The turquolHO nilno which Mrs. CIo
man Inheilted from her first husband.
1 who vvum a mining engineer, Hiipplles
some icmniknblc deem minus for the
'house, mado from the matilx stone.
J Great lumps of tho blue stonu Htnnd
on tho white mnrhle mantelpieces, and
the has a clock mado of 0110 solid piece
of turquoise 12 Inches squnro. Tlu
tiiiqiiolsca in her Jowol box uro umong
the finest In Kuropu, but sho rarely
.vvenrH thuni. and has been seen In
them only twice here onco-nt u stale
ball, nnd hist week nt the couit In
I IJuekliighnm palace, in tho new house
J everything Is while. The carpets nro
of mastic velvet, biluglug tho tur
quoise ornaments Into sttong relief.
Mrs. Cloman's party wnH almost ex
clusively American Mr. and Mm. Hld
I'.ely Carter, Commander and MrH. Gib
bons, Mr. Craig WailHworth, Mis. Ron
alds, Mrs. GhiBgntv, and a fow others.
Of course, there was bridge, tho craze
for which shows no sign of abating.
A delightful wny to entertain strung
cih Is to take them to the sugar mills,
tho plueapplo plantations, mid Halo
Iwa On Wednehday Mr. and Mrs
Leeds, Interesting trnvolerH at the Mo-
Min. wore motored to nil thoin ill Iter,
nit plneoH of IntoiOHt by Mr. Harold
Dillingham mid 11 parly of fi lends. Tho
AND BLOOD PURIFIER.
aHiisslkMiaia. sLasf (l if lSK&aaaaaaHv MRS. FXiin,.
I f?filatatJMSlSlltf$&i -? ''ilW.SsM ?$ f Vsl; iWM II
I 'iSiaaaaWlK ,i VHSSE1- i til f liJr
-- isikCyvSJ ('ilrous
Mr. William Hoge, President Commercial Travelers Association, 0
llroadway, Jfow York, Jf. Y., writes:
"I endorse l'cruna an tho most effectual remedy for catarrh I havo been
ablo to find In my travels in this country or Kurope. I can truly say that
I havo spent thousands of dollar In this country alono trying to find n cure,
nnd it was not until I wns Induced to glvo l'cruna o trial that I obtained any
thing like permanent relief. Asa tonlolt is simply great. Itonght to bo In
tho grip of ovory commercial travoler on the road. It cured my wlfo ns wol1
as myself. Wo havo not had the slightest symptom of catarrh for a long time."
In a later letter Mr, lingo says: "I havo used l'cruna for many years,
nover without a bottlo In my grip. I am tho youngest feeling and youngest
looking man of my ngo In New York, which I thin); Is entirely duo toPoruna.''
taking Peruna, which 1 did. I took
three bottles, and I can say I nm cured.
"Thanks for kind advice and Peruna."
Hay Fever and Catarrh.
Miss Maymo K. Smith, Hi Kast
Mound St., Columbus, Ohio, writes:
"Hnve used Peruna for catarrh and
hay fever. The results being remark
retail trade: benson, smith & co.,
Leeds thoroughly enjoyed the duy and
nro generally enthusiastic over Hono
lulu and Its environments.
Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Wilbur, who have
hem guests at the Moann hotel, sailed
for tho Orient In the Siberia. Mrs. Wil
bur Ih it handsome woman, and Mr.
Wilbur most distinguished In appear
ance. They wcio much entertained
during their too brief visit, und expect
lo return uoxt winter for u hIx months
trip, If business matters can hu to ar
ranged. One of tho most artistic dinners of
the week wiik given on Thursday oveu
ing by Mr. and Mrs. Harry Macfarlauu,
Jr., nt the Seaside hotel, In tho private
dining room, In honor of MrH. Potter
of San l'riinclsco. Thero wcio two
tablcK nnd they wcro beautifully decor-1
tiled with begonlus, und gardenias, tho
uriangeiiieiit of thu maidenhair ferns
being particularly admired. Tho clr-
cmnr room, drapeii Willi rnro lapas
nnd lighted by rose-shnilcd cnndlos, (
which glowed bewllchlngly In tho sub-1
lined light, enhanced tho picturesque,
scene. Among those present wero ex-
Governor and Mrs. Oeorgo Carter, Mr.
and Mrs. Illchard Ivers, Mr. and Mrs.
George Full clilld, Mr. and MrH. Gcorgo
I'otter, Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. Chnuslor of
81111 Francisco, Mrs. Wulter 8. New
hall, of Los Angeles, Mrs. C. McGowan
of Los Angeles, Mr. and Mrs. S. G.
Wilder, Captnlu Halght, Mr. Pardee,
U. S. A.. Mr, Searles,
Mr. Hrau'.t Hatch, a well known
club man of 81111 Francisco, was 11 pas
Hcngor In the Slbciln eu route for 11
tour mound tho world,
Mr. anil Mm. Ronald I'ntoti, so well
known here, have engaged their old
sulto at thu Moann lintel and will ar
rive In the Manuka May 2Gth.
Mr, Nelson A. Gobbling, a bon-ln-law
of Mrs. Atkins, arrived In tho Siberia,
and will icturn with her to liidlunnp
oils. Mis., AtkliiH, tho mother of MrH.
Wudhnnis, at Fort Shatter, has been
here for several months, Sho has be
come a social favorite mid will bo
Mr. and Mrs, Aubrey Robinson, who
have been touilng the world, nro
guestH at the Alexandei Young hotel,
previous to their depnrtuio to Kauai.
Mrn. Viiiighan Lewes, tho wlfo or tho
captain o? the Camb'rlan, sallod on tho
Aornngl for tin, CoIoiiIoh, where she
will pay n visit beforo lotinnliig to
England. Shu was entertained ex-
11111.1 m rft,,,!!,
Mrs. Emily Kellogg, C04!) S.
able, I can highly recommend it to nil
whoarcsu fferlng with the abovedlscascs.
I am happy to bo ablo to ray it has helped
Eyes Red and Watery.
Mr. William H. ITearn.lOin Regal St.,
Camden, N. J., writes:
"Fur about two joars I was troubled
tcnslvcly while hero by Mr. and Mrs.
Gcorgo Dnvlcs, Captain and Mrs. IteeH,
Mr. and Mrs. Itolph Horsier, Mr. nnd
Mrs. H. M. Swnnzy, and many utheiH.
Root's Prophecy In 1904
of Taft's Future. I
This remarkable toast lo William
llowanl Tatt was proposed by ICIIliu
Hoot nt a reception tendered him by j
tho hitter nt Washington, I). C, .Innu-j
nry 'JO, 1001, on Mr. Hoofs retltoincnt '
from nnd Mr. Tnft's succession to the '
Secretaryship of War: I
Thu toast, with brimming glasses to
bo quaffed; I
Thcro'H but ono name tonight, and
that is Tuft;
A iinmo we're proud t otuKu upon our
Then drain our glasses 'lis 110 toast
Let glasses clink, and lalse Unco mar-'
For him wo hall as prince among his!
May threatening clouds on him for-
,cnr to break,
Health, fnino, and Joy wllh him their
Abiding lovo, proHiieilty and peace
Attend his way till dayH allotted ccimi. I
Wo cannot weigh, ho.-o ut our genial '
Ills lieavv burden In the fnr-uff Kust: j
Wo cannot gauge the sacilflcu II 1
Tboso tollsomo years In the hot trop
Hut this wo know, mid this we clout ly
No soldier, statesman, chief In any
E'er earned, abroad, at home, for vic
A Bluer tltlo to tho meed, "Well done,"
Thau ho, returned fiom duty'H arduous
WIio'r heic tonight a loved mid hon
Stnto builder! TIh a title nobler far
Than hl who, thuudcilng from a vic
llrlngs governments and States to tutu
To gain for self 11 conqueror'H gilded
Winner of hearts; ho built his state on
And knew no homugo of luso cringing
Such structures live, the tyrant who:
Ilullds but for now, upon tho shifting I
It needs no prophet's eye lo lend hlsl
Ills lime will surely como In head the j
.t.yi ,. , J ..r..ni . -'illntf.-i
St., South Tacoma, Wash
Head Her Letter Jielow:
Mrs. Emily Kellogg, Con B. Ijiwrenco HI., B.
Tacoma, wash., member of Ladies of tho Macca
"Tlireo months ago Iliad an attackot biliousness
which threatened to undermine my health and
strength. Luckily for me, I tried rcrunantlho
suggestion of my friends boforo It was too late. I
found In a fow days' tlmo that I did not havo tho
usual sick headache, neither did food nauscato mo
any longer. In two w celts' tlmo l'cruiialiiul com
pletely rid my system of tho poison and bllo, nnd I
was In a much hotter condition. My akin assumed
its normal color, I had a splendid appctlto and I
was in every way Improved In henltli. I used
l'cruna for a month longer audit wrought a won-
chango In my entlro system."
with my eyes being rod andwatory, and
my gcnoTnl health was very poor.
"Finally a friend advised mo to try
Peruna. I had tried almost every thing
else, so I purchased a bottle of Peruna
and commenced to tako It at once, and
beforo 1 had finished tho first bottlo I
found I was improving,
"I wroto you for special advlco con
corning my eyes, which I received. I
continued to tako tho l'cruna until I had
used six bottles.
"Now my eyes aro absolutely well,
and I feel llko a new man in overy way.
"I honestly ndvlso nny ono similarly
afflicted to try l'cruna."
Better than for Years.
Mrs. Mnhala Held, Corbyvlllo, Ont.,
Canada, writes that alio had constipa
tion, rheumatism mid kidney trouble.
She took Peruna and Mnnnlln, nnd U
now completely recovered, b"tterthnn
sho has been for years.
Our little home banks will
help you save. You put your
spare change into them, and
you can't rc! it out without
cominp: to our bank.
But you can watch it rtow
every day, and know tliat it
is workiug- for you every day.
Call nnd pet one of them.
Wc pay 4V-. per cent, on sav
inps. Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.,
Fort and Merchant Sts.
Capital and surplus $1,000,000
'Ukuleles, Hawaiian Music, Postals,
100 Different Views of the Islands,
Souvenir Flaying Cards.
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