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nvnNis'o nuLLirriN, Honolulu, t tt., Thursday, Arn. 22, toon.
CATARRHAL DISEASES OF THE LUNGS WAREHOUSE BILL
Often Lead to Consumotion bv Stealthy A THROUGH SENATE
and Gradual Degrees,
Till! word ealsrrh delgnnlei nti In
llummitorj condition of a mucous
mcmlrane.' It usually results from
WhiloitH true that catarrh l gener
ally confined to the note and tliro-it, j nt
It may affect any mucous membrane of
Catarrh ot the throat In llnblo to
spread un.rkw.iriN nnd downward
through tlni hronehhl tubes until It
rcachci the lung, h n II l ant to pro
duco a condition of the lung closely to
Indeed, somn writers regnrd catarrhal
Inflammation of the lung an consump
tion. As soon tho catarrh reaches the
lungs the sppcllto fall, tho patient be
comes weak and emaciated. In fact, tho
usual lnplom of coiiMimptlon mike
their aip"ar.itn e, and yet the catarrhal
element which ha produced this condi
tion Is not alwajx recognized.
Tlicio is only one nay of relict Ing
such cases, and tint U to combat the
l'eruna Is an old and tried rented v for
cases of catarrh, and Is iipplM-iUc to
catarrh of Mm bend, throat, liiinr, or
any other Internal organ (abject to
l'e run a Is an Internal systemic rem
edy, and Influences catarrhal conditions
hcrc er they am located In tho human
l'eruna has relieved a multitude
I'acli bottle of l'eruna Is accompanied
by directions for use, and booklet writ
ten by I)r, Ilarlmau can generally bo
obtained of the druggist, for the asking.
Any olio limine catarrh of tin- head,
throat, lungs, or mum. cell should not fail
to glo l'erun 1 a trial. One trial Is
uually suiUclent tucotitlnro. Ilrarcl
falls to produce lmmedUtu benefits.
Weak, Itundoun nnd Paralyzed.
Mrs. Alice llrndley, Thorold, Ontario,
"Two ysirs ago I beoamo weak and
rundon n, and as time passed I gradually
failed until a year ago, when I experi
enced a stroko of paralysis, which
affected one side and I was helpless.
"I called In profesjlonal medical treat
ment, but steadily jruw worso. I had
decided I novor would rlso again from
my lied, but, whon l'eruna was tironght
to mo nnd after having takon lour bot
ties of It, I was atilo to lie suit and a
wonder to lnjself and friends.
"I consider l'eruna a great hlesslng to
tlio aflllcsd. I may add that my daugh
ter has also used l'eruna and has boon
blessed with renewed health. I beUove
l'nruua saved our lives."
Had Stomach Trouble Is Now Well.
Mr. Daniel 1'assmoro, Welland, On
tario, Canada, writes:
Tor three years I was severely
tUllctcd with stomach trouble, ud lor
jBtmmmb j ' J j. ML Ml. "
Storage Charge a
Mrs. r.llrabeth Hunt, 71 lllcslngton slrt, Ht. Kllda, Melbourne, Vic
toria, member l'rcsbMerlati Church, writes:
"IlgUes mo plcaturo to recommend Pcruntt for catarrh of the lungs. It
cured mo after other things bad failed.
"Kor j cars I had been sick with this trouble and was lit a much rundown
condition. My nppetito was gone, I could not sleep at night, and const
iientl was M-ry weak. Mv lungs wero soro nnd I had a cough all tho
time. My friends wcro worried oir my condition, nud my physician did not
do mo any good.
"As a last resort I took tho tulvlro nf n friend nnd bought a bottlo of Pcmna.
It did wonders for mo ill n very short tlmo. I liavo regained my strength
and weight, and my lungs aro In good condition. I am thankful to l'eruna.
days nt a tlmo I could not eat anything.
I grew thin in flesh, had headaches, and
was tho picture of despair.
"I was attended by threo doctors, bat
got no good results,
"Finally, I began tho use of reruna.
I soon noticed an Improvement, and
after using threo bottles I was ablo to
relish a meal, in fact, could cat anything.
"To-dar I feel well nnd Strom:. I
consider Mint l'eruna has saved my lite,
anil 1 snail always praiso it."
Was Threatened with Consumption.
Miss Olivine Vcrrault, KB Davidson
Bt Houlevard Ht. l'aul, Montreal, Can
"I write you n word to congratulate
you on your famous remedy, l'eruna. 1
tried other remedies, but my cold did
not get nny ln-ttor, nnd I fcand I was
nconuna lumumpm u.
"Tho condition of my head and atom-
neh w as very annoying. I had coughed
day and night for threo mouths, as tha
result or n cold wmcli l Had contracted
from sudden change of temperature,
"My brother ndvlscd mo to try l'erun
and I did so, for ho was cured by l'e
runa. I took It regularly and improved
steadily. I havo now taken threo bot
tles of It, and am completely cured."
Soon Improved on Pcruna.
Mlssl'carl Uousch, 321S Franklin PA.,
Richmond, Virginia. U. B. A writes:
"When I was a baby I contracted ca
tarrh, anil was doctored by several good
phjslcians, but none did mo any good.
"My mother was taking l'eruna nt
tho tlmo and pavo porno of it to mo, nnd
1 soon began to improve and am now
well nnd fat. I am tweno years old.
Tho dwtorn told me I had consumption,
but It was only catarrh."
Ihc following wholesale dnigjists w'll supply the retail trade: BENSON. SMITH & CO., Honolulu, Hawaii.
The Story of An Ad.
MANY interesting stories are told of the early
days of advertising, when its possibilities
were little understood. When Robert
Bonner was struggling to build up his "New
.Yxrk Ledger," he decided to try a little advertising.
He wrote a seven-word announcement, "Read Mrs.
Southworth's story in the Ledger," and marked it for
His handwriting, however, was so bad that it
was read in the "Herald" office as "one page," and
the line was set up and repeated so as to occupy an
entire page. Bonner was thunderstruck next morn
ing. He had not enough money to pay for such an
ad, and frantically ordered it out. '
Soon the results' of the ad began to be' felt.
Orders for the ''Ledger" poured in so fast that
another edition had to be printed in a few days.
After that Mr. Bonner contracted for many a page
ad, and his "Ledger" was'a great success.
RIGHT Advertising will help your business, too-
The Chas. R. Frazier Co.,
122 King Street Phone 371
Managers of Advertising
NEW - TODAY
NOTICE OF INTENTION TO PORE-
CLOSE AND OF SALE.
56th Day Afternoon. Session
limine Illll "00, ghlng warehouse
men n Hen for storage, nnd authoriz
ing Its enforcement by mile, pawed
third reading. Akb wore Coelho, Kn
Inmii, Knudscn, Mnkckmi, McCarthy,
Moore. Qulnn, Itobinson, Smith. Noes
- Ilnltcr, Drown, nnd Chtlllngwnrlh.
On recommendation of tho Com
mittee llntiFu Hill 20 passed third
rending Somo disposition was tn.tilc
of lloiiFc Illll 232, relating to trans
portation of pomins nffltctcd with
contagious disease, on sen-coast ea
The Senate Concurrent Hcsolullon
S, relating to memorializing Congress
to etintt n special homestead law for
the Tcnltor) of linwnll, was dis
cussed K.ilrchlld opposed the adop
tion of the resolution, lie said that
n certain number of Hawaiian nt
An.tholn, Kauai, when glcn lands
under the conditions, did not utilize
such hinds -They mortgaged their
lands and t-ometltnos they lensed
them t'i Chinese.
Smith staled Hint the terms of tho
United States land Inws were not
suited to the conditions hero In 1 la
wn 1 1. "When ex-Secretary Garfield
of the Interim Department was hero
he distinctly staled thut Hawaii, as
well us u number of Slates In the
Union, were not In position to ncccpt
the terms of the land laws of tho
United States," said Smith. Ho tuov
ed that the bill bo Indefinitely post
MrCnrlh), the Introducer of tho
resolution, stnted Hint he did not
quite understand the provisions nt
tho time tho resolution was drafted,
lie mined that the resolution he ta
bled to he taken up later on by n
Conference Committee from tho two
Houses of tho Legislature. His mo
tion v,M iidoptcd.
ntlrchlld Introduced n resolution
to the effect that llnancliil statistics
of the (Internment, etc., bo printed
for icforUnce by those to Bono In
the next T-cglslnture. He stated that
If the resolution were ndoplcd It
would bo of great nsslstnnco In tho
future. Tho members of both Houses
would he better able to Know the
llnnnclnl standing of the Government
then, thereby enabling (hem to
btart their woiK without spending
their time In discussing matters un
Smith wnntcd to Know whether tho
adoption of tho icboIuHoii would bo
of assistance to the Representatives
and Senators. He stnted that they
would naturally he guided by tho
budget of tho Rotornor. Tho reso
lution was referred to the Judiciary
Chllllngworth Introduced n resolu
tion ro reclamation. It passed first
rulrchild iutioduccd n hilt provid
ing J"000 for gcneinl expenses of tho
Second Circuit Court for tho term
Under nnd by virtue of ho powor
of balo contained In that certain
mortgage, tinted the 23rd day of De
cember. A. D. 1903, made by Joo,
Morris, of Mnlcnwno, Island of MaUl,
Territory of Hawaii, as Mortgagor,
to Richard 11. Ticnt, of Honolulu,
Islnnd of Oahu, Territory nforcsald,
ns Mortgagee, nnd of record In Ldbor
270, pages 291 and 293, Hawaiian
Registry of Conveyances, given to
secure the payment by the Mortga
gor to said Mortgagee of the princi
pal sum of I'io Thousand 1'lvo Hun
dred Dollars within threo jenrs fiom
tho (Into thereof, with Interest nt
eight per cent, per nnnttm, nnd pur
suant to Chapter 139 of tho Revised
Laws of Hawaii and tho amendments
thereto, tho undersigned hereby ghes
notice that ho Intends to foreclose,
the said mortgage for condition litok-
en, to-wii: the non-payment ot mo
principal sunt secured by said mort
gage when due.
Notlco Is also hereby given that
pursuant to said authority the prop
erty in said mortgage nnd hereinaft
er described, with all appurtenances
nnd Improvements thereto belonging,
will be sold nt public miction by tho
undersigned nt the miction rooms of
.lames 1' Morgnn, nt No. 8S7 Knaliu
innnti Street, Honolulu nforesald, on
Satin day, the 22nd day of May. A.
1). 1909, nt tweho o'clock noon of
Tho property covered by said mort
gage and Intended to bo sold ns afore
said consists of all those two certain
paicels of land situate nt Knpalnma
In sld Honolulu, nnd moro particu
larly described ns follows, to-wlt:
1'urcel One. That certain pleco or
parcel of hind, together with till im
provements thereon, slttiato nt Ka
pnlama, In Honolulu nforc3nld, more
particularly described ns follows, to
wlt: Commencing at tho South cor
ner of this piece of land at mntilin
lino of King Street, adjoining I.. C.
A. 1283 to Knhanaatimua no Kane,
1. N. C2 r,0' W
along King Street;
2. n. 47- r,r V
ulong King Street;
3. N. 35 00' S true 14.0 feet
along King Street;
4. N. CI lC K. truo C0.1 fcot
along Mile Morris to the South cor
ner of Ii. C. Award 12.14, Apana t,
to I'.ilnu, on H. edge of auwal;
G. S. 77 45' H. true ICO feet lo
West edge of another nuwal;
C. 10 30' K. truo 2B7 0 feet along
Illshnp IMato ulong nuwal to the
ltortli-ii8t corner of 1.. C. Award
1283 on V. sldo of auwal; thence
7. S. 79" 30' W. truo 232 feet
along I.. C. Awnrd 1283;
8. N. 2G" 45 W. true 40 feet along
I.. C. Awnrd 1283;
9. S. 73 30 V truo 18 feet nlcmg
I.. C. Award 12S3;
10. S. IS" 4iV K truo 41 feet along
I.. C. Award 1283;
11. 8. C,i' 40' W. truo 40 feet
along U. C. Avvnrd 1283;
12. 8. 70" fiO' V truo 9B.G feet
along I,. C. Awnrd 1283, to Initial
point. Area 2.C1-1000 acres. Ile
Ing the same premises described In
n deed from M. D, Monsarrnt, Com
missioner, to Joe Morris, dated July
S, 1899, nnd recorded In Liber 201,
page 184, Registry of Conveyance.,
In said Honolulu.
I'arccl Two. That certain pleco
or parcel of land situate nt Knpa-
trtio 10 G feet
truo 99. G feet
ending Juno 30, 1909. Ho stated
Hint If tho amount nsKed for wiih. ),, Honolulu, Islnnd of Oahu, be
not provided, the Court would bnK ino ,,Cco on tho Westerly sldo
compelled to shut up for lack of',,r 10 taro patch hank In tho rear
funds. The hill passed first read
Hon, nnd Mrs. II. M. Knnlho es
I el day afternoon sent both Houses
of tho Leglslntute Invitations to a
luau which Is being given this after- , ri
noon In Knhillnulanl Hall.
IIousT) Illll 221, relating to taxa
tion ot Insurance companies, puhscd
of the house of tho Hawaii Land
Company, I. United, nnd bounded as
follows: Commencing nt tho South
corner of this pleco, at tho taro
patch bank, and running ns follows:
1. N. 29" W 33 fcot along Mor-
LIEUT. SHACKLETON'S STORY
OF "FARTHEST SOUTH" TRIP
(Continued from PftRe 11)
berg, to ascertain tho proportion sub
merged, showed that nearly eiiuul
bulk Is nboo and below water In tho
caso of it typical tabular snow-bet g.
A good zoological collection was
mado In the pack."
A New Coast Seen
On my rutin a to the shl: on
Mulch 4 I found it neeossniy, owing
to tho low temnoratiiios and tho
tieezlng of the sea, to pioceed north
Immediately, The ship fenced a way
undor sail nnd steam for two dau
through hc.ivj, new, "panraKo" Ice,
and I proceeded to exploie the north
ern coast of Victoria Lund.
On Match 8 west pin ptogtess im
bailed by compact hununocky Ico In
hit Kudo 70 dog. 20 niln., 'longitude
'107 deg. 20 niln, east.
From one position, In latitude 09
deg. 4S min, longitude 1GG deg, 11
mln I discerned In perfectly clear
weather n new tango of coast moun
tains tt ending first southwest and
then west for furly-llvo miles bejond
Capo .Ninth. Their approximate al
titudes mo from G000 feet to 7000
The mountains nro mostly tabular
nnd ntcf npnai entry part of n deeply
N. ,r.9 i: 17.G fcot nlong Mor-
3 S 37 B 3G feet nlong Mor
ris, and from thenco running to tho
pla'-o of commencement, nt tho em
bankment, containing an area of 000
feet more or less, and being tho same
premises convoyed by tho Hawaii
Land Company, Limited, to Joo Mor
tis, by deed dated November 2, 1899,
and recorded In Liber 201, pago 183,
Registry of Convejances, In said
TKRMS: Cash In United States
(old Coin. Deeds nt tho cxpenso of
lor further particulars apply to
Richard II. Trent, Mortgagee, or
.lames P. Morgnn, Anctloneer, Honolulu.
Ditcil, at Honolulu, Hawaii, this
23rd day of April, A. D. 1909.
RICHARD H. TRENT,
1294 Apr. 24; May 1, 8, 15.
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einded tilatenu. Their outline was
sketched by Mr. Mnrson
After nvlmldternus passage north
In thick weather all the party arriv
ed nt Half-Moon Hay today In excel
lent health. Theie was no sign of
scurvy throughout the vojage
HRNEST II SHACKLirrON,
Blank books of all sorts, lodgers,
etc., manufactured by tho Bulletin
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vertising When It
Is Better Than
OF COURSE the
bills are not
sent to you --- he
pays them. BUT,
he pays them out of
have been YOURS
if your advertising
had been better
You will continue
to pay the oth r
ing bills, and, In the
same way, for his
new store fixtures,
his expansion in
QYQvy way until
you decide that
you'll stop it, im
prove and expand
8ET THE PACE
Make Him Pay For
Your Advertising !
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