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RVRNINO IlULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.
SVTt'llDAY, MAY 1. lflrtS.
PEOPLE WHO REALLY KNOW WHAT PERUNA IS.
J Mrs, Kinmn F. Mumford, No.
I 1 Olson's Court, Halt Lako City,
I Utah, U.S. A., writes!
I "Four months ago I breams
t chilled through unit through
"Tlio ucxt morning I was
till and oro with a torero
cold which hud Bottled all over
my body. The blood loomed to
ruth to my head, causing dlzzl
ncss and blinding headachos.
"As soon as Peruna was re
commended to mo I decided to
glvo It a trial and am pleased
to ray that It cured mo alter
I had nsed It only two months.
"I think you havoaepleiulld
medlclno and gladly ondorso
As soon as tho pconlo bocomo
acquainted with tho virtues of
Peruna, they find catarrh not
to bo so formidable a disease.
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Mr. ncorgo W. Amory, B17 West 19lh St., Now Torn
City, Now York, U. 8. A., writes:
"Homohow I havo always had a projudlco against advor
tlted medicine, 'jut I want to mako ono decided exception
In favor of l'eruua.
"1 caught a cold last winter and It settled In throat
and head, dovcloplng a inott persistent catarrh, which
seemed to defy all medicines until 1 tried roruna. Ilofore
i unci uscu iwo Homes I considered mysoir cured."
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ASIA HAS COTTON
CARGO FOR CHINA
Those Who Slander
Peruna Know Noth
ing About It.
THE PEOPLE WHO USE IT ARE THE
ONLY RELIABLE WITNESSES.
Pacific Mail Liher
Here From the
The Pacific Mall Btcnmshlp Alia,
Captain Onukrngcr, nr'Mved this
morning from San Krandscti, bring
ing Mr. nml Mrs. It. I), lltirrowx nnd
Charles I), l'ord ns cablil iiasscngcrs
for this port. For Yokohama, bIip Is
taking sewn passengers, six for Ko
be, sixteen for Shnnghnl, eight for
Hongkong, and twenty for Manila.
Prominent among tho through U8
scngcrs Is Kdgar l'lcrfco Allen nC
North Chliin. IIo Is Vcalthy nnd.
Is Interested In many largo enter
prises In tho Orient. lib Is return
ing from tho mainland, wlicrc ho has
been transacting Important huslneis.
Tho Asia Is tnklug 31)00 tons of
general cargo to tho Oriental ports.
Among tho cargo Is n largo shipment
of cotton, valued nt sovcrtil thousand
dollars. She will sail tills afternoon
from tho Hackfeld wharf ht 4 o'clock.
Read The Enthusiastic Testimonials on
These Testimonials Were Given Out of Pure Gratitude
For The Dcncfit Received From Pc-runa.
Catarrh of Bronchial Tubes.
Mr. WlekllrfB It. Smith, editor of Tho
I'otlstch IIcraKI, formerly principal of
the schools at Cameron, Idaho, U.S. A.,
"For somo tlmo 1 suffered with ca
Urrli of the throat and bronchial tube.
"I tried many renicdh", tint could Hod
nothing that would glvo ni" relief. Fi
nally I tried IV'Nin. Three Imttli-Kcurcd
me, Koiind nnd well. I b,-iere It will do
at much fur otbir at tt did lor um."
Gained Thirty Pounds.
Mrs. Allco J. Hordnor, 1311 Maple Ave.,
Il-irrlsburg, Pennsylvania, U. S. A.,
"I have fonnd a cure In Peruna. I
cannot recommend Peruna enough, and
I also thank vou fur your kind attention
to me. I am iih well a could be ever
since I Ix'gnn taking Peruna, and will
ri'i'iiiuiiH'iid Ittnothor. I only weighed
Wi pound" I'cforo taking Perumi; now I
Throat and Mead.
Mrs. 1. 1). Hayes, 1M7 Druid Hill, Bal
timore, Maryland, V. S. A., writes:
"Peruna one of tho Iwst remedies
for grippe, cold In the head, soro throat,
nervous hesdaehes, and coughs that has
ever been discovered. After tho uo of
ono lwttlo In my family I don't feel safe
without Peruna In my house."
In a later letter Mrs. Hayes sayst "I
am neVer without a bottle of Peruna In
the house. 1 find It good formostevery
complaint. I give the children Peruna
If they havo a cold end It always re
lieves them. I don't think I could find
a hotter remedy to glv my children."
It Is so eay to erltlclzo things about
which the erltlo knows nothing.
Take, for Instance, Peruna. Thcro are
plenty of people who aro willing to say
Peruna is this and that, who never havo
tasted Peruna, and havo novcr known
anything about its olfects upon tho
There are peoplo who ray, and proba
bly believe, that Peruna Is used as a
beverage by semo people. It would bo
tho easiest thng In tho world to show
the falsity of such a belief.
Let any ono who reads this go to tho
drug store and purchase a bottlo of
j l'cruna. If after attempting to use It
asaboveraco or to tnko It In doses
suniclcnt to produco anything llko in
toxication, If after putting It to this
test such a person Is still of tho opinion
that Peruna Is a disguised alcoholic
drink, ho will Iw warranted In making
such a statement. Practically, Peruna
cannot bo so used. Any ono who knows
anything about Peruna by personal uo
knows that Peruna Is a modlclno. Tho
vor v label on tho bottle, giving tho prin
cipal active, ingredients, furnlshei In-
dlsnutablo nroof that Peruna Is a medl
cal compound. Wo will bo witling to
guarantee that no normal person can or
will uso I'crnna as a beverage. If
any ono thinks this remedy can
The following wholesale druggist wifi supply the retail trade: benson, smith & co.
bo so used ono trial will bo sufficient to
Poruna Is a great and nseful family
medicine. It is used In multitudes of
homes. It has becomo a standard rem
edy for various potty ailments In ths
homo. It Is especially useful for climatic.
diseases. It Is an oxcollont remedy for
colds. It Is a well-tried remedy for ca
tarrh In all forms.
Wo havo a multltndo of testimonials
rocommendtng It for colds, for bron
chitis, for various affections of tho
respiratory and alimentary organs.
This Is well known to all who know
Poruna by actual experience
"Cures All Catarrhal Diseases."
Mr. I. W. Klglitlinger, Cambridge,
Nobraska, IT. S. A., writes: "I don't
havo any moro trotiblo In my throat, and
havo not had a head ache for four weeks.
"Peruna is tho very medicine for ca
tarrh. There Is no medlclno like It In
tho United (States, for I havo tried a
good many liuforo using I'crnna,
"I will keep It In my houso to guard
against catarrh, as It cures all catarrhal
MARSTON CAMPBELL TO
Marston Campbell, Superintendent
of Public Works, expects lo Icnvo for
Washington next week to confer with
Mr. Lnyson, chief of the itliltcd Stntcn
Hydrographlc Survey Hurt-hit In regard
to tho water survey of the Islands.
Thero nro nlsn some other matters of
public business which ho wltl nttond
to whllo In Washington, lio expects tn
confer with Director Newell of tho
flcclnmntion Servlcu In rtigard to rec
lamation mnttcrH In this Territory. Mr.
Campbell will be gone until about tlio
last of Juno,
For tho contract made between tho
Hawaiian Mahogany Lllmhcr Com
pany and the Santa l'e Itnllroud not
n single hid was received when of
fored for sale. The saute Is trtto of
the logging contract with Arlnll
Dros. The Hawaiian Development
Co. bought In tho other property
mortgaged under tho foreclosure salo
for fiO.OOO, unci lias been given a
deed for tho same, hut has washed
its hands clean of tho tho contrails
mentioned. Hawaii Hcrrlld.
Fop 8llt" cards at Bullstln.
Letter That Won Prize
In Competition Of
(Award of the Prize in the Pnbst
In the I s.i 1 1 o for May, 1'JGS, the
Cosmopolitan published three m tides
tm "The Klght Against AltHiliul."
There were written by Arthur li.-l.t-Ikiiio.
by the Itev. Alexander Alison,
general secretary nf the Natlciiiul
Tom pern nee Society, and hy (lustnve
l'abst, mio of the great MlwutikPu
brewers. After the articles weio
publlshel, Mr. Paint iiddreKseil the
following letter to the editor of the
"To the IMIlin of the C'mnmpiill
tan Dcnr Sir: Many thanks for
jour cheek fur $2m in payment for
my contribution nn 'Temperance or
Prohibition' In the .May number or
the Cosmopolitan. As an uinutour
in literary work, anil in public dis
cussion, I prefer nut lo a- ept this
"Hut ns I am ory much Interested
In the whole iiuestlon Involviil la
the present drink lcrt"latio;i, nnd In
u sane solution of one of our big
prolilous, I will piiv tho two 'hun
dred dollars to thu Individual writ
ing me tho best short letter on that
discussion In the Cosmopolitan.
"The two-hundieil-ilollar prize will
bo awarded according to my Jmlfc
ment or that or u committee that I
may appoint. 1 shall award the irl7e
for the best brief, logical statement,
whether It comes from an advocate
or nn opponent of piohlbltlou
whether the wrltor sustains ray side
of the discussion In the Cosmopolitan
or tho Itov. Dr. Alison's side.
"Yours very truly,
The publication of this letter In
the newspapers ainukoil widespread
intetest, and fur months the Ckkuiu
pnlltan lias been receiving a Hood of
letters asking for news of Mr. Pabjl's
decision. It bus now received fioin
Mr. I'ubst a communication which
Kpcnks for llwlt: t
"To tlio Killtor of (ho posmopoll-
inn Dear Sir: -When I offered the
I chiik that you guod-natuieilly sent
' ni- iik ii icwii'il foi the best letter on
tic lempeiaine c!Im uss!,,n. i did not
Mt-pi t ihat I should call foilh many
imoi'-.iihIh of iniefully written let-
j At my it'i'itc t Ili'ssrs. Nathan
M ails nnd Aithur Hi I dune ciuiseiil
! I In a-t ns a committee mid iclect
,iinii of tho letters Ij receive the mod
, est pi le offeicd. They Inform me
.that the letter which I cucline, wilt-H-n
by Mrs. A. K. II., of lluffnlo, New
i Yoik, has rorolU'd the prize. They
, mid that It was necehsnr.v In the end
to make a choice somewhat iithltrar
ll. and pel Imps with Millie slight
( teiitlincnlnl leaning toward tho per
sonality and apparent responsibilities
l of the writer, since thousands of the
letters were admirable In spirit and
In argument, and worthy of recom
peine far exceeding Hint which 1,
pe.hupx hastily, offered.
"Yours very truly,
The Winning tetter
enslave I'abst- My Dent' Sir: I
wilte In reply to your published of
lur. I rend In the Ciminopiilltan your
article nml that of the Itev. Dr. All
son. I n m thu mother of live hoys, all
Krown. nil temperate, and In every
way a comfort nml n reward to their
fnfic and their motlicr.
I iellcvo that the Questions of
temperance and prohibition are lu
te o'llng to the mothers of men qs
pe lal'y, nnd that the mother of llvo
cmpernlo. honn't, earnest young
men mi; pioperly express tin opin
ion in a matter so Important lo thu
I The main thought that I have hail
In niliul In the bringing up of my
hoys Is expressed moro than once in
I your brief article:
"Shall men rely on their strength
of ehuiucter . . or shall they put
upon themselves a strnltjacket to
make up for their lack of character
and foi ever dlspeusu with tho exer
i Ise of will?"
And again, "Humanity will devel
on hy exerclso of tlio will In the fu
ture as In the past, and it will not
develop through coercion or confes
sion of failure"
And nrraln: "The nlm nf civiliza
tion is to make men better nml
strong"!' by the eercle of wlll-pow-ei,
nit hy Imposing urblttary rules
.upon Ilium. Teniperanin Is clvlllzn-
1 1 Ion nml Intelligence, Prohibition is
1 share with nil mothers n honor
of Intemperance, a hatred and loath
ing for the drtmkciincMi that litis
ruined so many homes nnd destroyed
mi many hoys. I believe that you arc
i lp tit . and that the salvation of men
In lo he found in the strengthening
of ilielr will, nnd thttt you cannot
sub .Ittttc for will-power in the In
dividual, coercion from without.
I have brought up my hoys remciu- :
beilug cuustiintly that I must leave!
them, nnd that any exercise of my
will-power could only be temporary, i
I have had in mind, us I believe nil
mothers and all makers of laws
should havo In mind, the fact that
bitccess and good living must come
from within. Outsldo Influences may
encourage nnd develop temperance '
nnd strength of will; they cannot ,
force those iiiallties upon mankind j
or upon the individual. ,
I do not suppose that any Ameri
can mother ever failed to Impress
upon her tons thu danger of strong
drink. And I believe that over and
over again the greatest mistake has
hi en made In trying tu hoop chlhlicit
In Ignoriiute, thus oxpoilng them to
sudden outsldo temptation;
Hoys must grow up In thu uoild
as It Is. They must meet tho world's
temptations. Ignorance of life or a
ihllillslt promise made to u mother is
a poor weapon when that mother is
Knowledge, temperance, self-control
based upon good example, and
thorough understanding of the world
those things produce the strong
biluiii'o'l man. Hysterical exaggera
tion, coercion In place of argument
tnyjterii us drcul Hint arouses ntrlos
It y such are the beginnings of many
a clrutiltitrd'H career.
Temperance ami n()t prohibition
would nilvc the drink iiuestlon In
America. Drunkenness has dimin
ished where prohibition lutt not heon
known, nnd drunkenness bus lncrcas
eil where prohibition hits vainly
sought to make It Impossible.
I believe Hint government should
deal Willi the citizens ns it wise fath
er deals with his children, tetuhlnft
them, warning them, making thu in
dulgence of normal, tempernto appe
tites easy, coercing never - - strug
gling to build up Inside of the Indi
vidual n will-power Hint shall i-ave
No paternal severity will keep a
hoy temperate whan his father Ih
(lend, and no strait-jacket legislation,
will keep the Individual temperate
ngalnst the Individual's will. In
temperance the law works with tho
Individual. In prohibition tho Indi
vidual will works against tho law;
the law Is made contemptible, and
di unkenness Is Increased not dimin
ished. If my fetter Is published, I. should
prefer Hint you use only my Initials,
not my name In full.
(Mrs.) A. K. II.
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the rules of tho V. !!. Civil Service
Commission, for the position of store
kci per-tliiuger, In tlio V. H. Interna!
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A plleatioti'i for this examination
nms! hu ni'iilo on tho prescrlh.' I fiinii,
which, with necessary Instruction
may he obtained from Secretary John
W. Short at tho Customs House.
Appllcitlons will not ho ncceptd'l
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Mi. add secure blanks and fill Ihetii out
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in cc a-y coriectlo'is.
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