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HVCNiNU lUH.I.IiriN, HONOLULU, T. li.. SATltllOAY, jiini: 12, 10!.
To All The Women Who Suffer
Pe-ru-na Is Earnestly Commended.
IN BUSINESS CIRCLES
Many .1 matron lias lengthenetftho
days of her comely appearance by
taking Peruna. To bo beautiful,
tho body must be kept clean inter
nally ns well as externally. Peruna
produces clean mucous msmbrane3,
the basis of l.ictal symmetry, and a
clear, healthy complexion.
MRS JAMES GCLLOHElTiljjJBfeft
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DLLE. MARIE LMEUNIEP
Mr. Jnmpi Oullolicr, Norwood, On
tiiriu, Canidi, write:
"I ni MinVrlUK from eyfltomlc c
Inrrli fur al'out two jn.im. In ilnmn
we air r I &t unnldo to do my work, n
111 lincU mid side won hi nclio, nnd I
tlimiKht If I iliit not toon find a cure I
could not livelong.
"I a w hern IVrtina Imd enred Imn
dri'iU who lmd fluttered at I was. I de
cide d to try It.
".rt"r taKIng tlioflmt hott,lo I felt n
Id,: 1 limp-. 1 liaM) tiikrn ilo buttle
iud I am completely curi'd.
"I thank Dr. Ilartman for lila kind
nd lie to inc."
MIm Nettle li. llogardiio, lt.F.D, 21,
Winflcld, Now York, U.S.A.., write:
"I hio bi'cn i Rrvnt mffiTcr from
sick lieadaelici., but am now entirely
free from tint trouble. I liavo not felt
to well In ten yearn n I do now. I
would recommend l'eruninnd Manalln
to all sufferer. I w 111 f n , Cloil blest Dr.
Hartman and hi! wonderful rcmcdlen."
Catarrh Made Lite Miserable.
Pile. Mario Ij. Mcunlcr, 013 Ontario utreot, Montreal, Can., writes:
"'I take pleasure In stating that I have been cured of catarrh by
"This disease made my lifo miserable, especially in the morning,
when I had to cough and spit and mako every effort to clear my throat
and air parages.
"This remedy cured mo promptly and I recommend it most highly to
persons afflicted with this terrible- disease."
My Sister Advised Mc to Try
I Took Your Treatment and
My Appetite Returned
I Gained Strength and Flcsn
and am in Perfect Health.
I am so Thankful Your Medi
cine has Done Mo so Much
mssjuiia miner, or
Applcton, Wisvonsln, U. S. A.
Grateful (or Relief.
Mme. I,cn. (Jabonrc, 215 lino Amen,
HI. Naincnr, (JiipIk'C, Canada, wrllext
"I thank you Tery much for tho ad
Alee you liavo given mo. I am very
well indeed, Itfocmn to mo that I am
no longer tho iimu perron.
"Homo of my friend liavo betn
troubled with coldn and liavo ued IV
ritnawlth verj"nnllfaetory reiull. A
for myself , I am happy to bo ko micccm
fully cured, and o promptly."
Catarrh of Bowels.
Mm. Masclo Durbln, 1T12 North Ht.,
Mltlo Hook, Arknlipan, IT. 8. A., write:
"I i troubled for five, year with a
chronlo dleaso. I tried everything I
heard of, but nothing did mo any good.
Homo doctor aald my trouble wan ca
tarrh of llio bowel, and somo raid con
numptlon of tho bouel. Ono doctor
raid lis could cure mo; I took his medi
cine two month, but It did tnenogood,
"A friend of mlno advlncd mo to try
l'eruna and I did so. After I had taken
twoliottles I found It was helping me,
no I continued its use, and it has cured
mo sound and Well.
"It any ono wants lo know what IV
run a did for mo If they wilt write to me
I will answer promptly,"
Pains In the Side.
Mrs. Julia llraxton, Apollo, Pennsyl
vania, U. H. A., writes:
"ferunu has cured mo of heart trouble
and pains In tho side.
"A year ago I was expected lo die at
any time, and the doctor w as sometimes
called at two o'clock in tho morning.
Hut I am thankful to say that I do not
liavo to send for a doctor now.
"Since, I hao used your l'eruna as
you advised mo, I am well and able to
do all my housework,
"I have all tho faith in the world in
IVruna, as it cured mo, and I know that
it will euro others."
'I tie minim of loil; Ir.idliiK dining pc.in pmlly lh.it it mudviutu dvctlno In
tho Iiiihliit kn iIiijk of Hds week lia
been Indlcillw of (ho wldmproiid con
viction Unit llio strike him censed til
Ii6 n riicttir th it nood'liu considered at
Ji'0iiiidMlig I liu Kcnui.ll piUHpcrlt of
Tho t vim li ol Hie Jni.ilH"c litliinun
ill Kttii I'liiiil'tllon cmipkil wllh III.
dissolution til the IIIrIi Www Akso-
'..(..,1.... I. III.... ... ..vlullftl (til llllll lll.lll.
liitliui, wiih pti'of tlutl llio .liipnnct.0
uru Ihliikliig lor tin inrcUvH. 'I lie in
(Inn ut i:wii In lug iilmost coincident
will the ri'luin "f the Wnlulun men
MU'Iiii)IihIi.iIi-iI Hint llio good m'liiiu wa
Thu giiMlci p. ii I f Honolulu mil.
O.ilm iit.iuiiitlou men woit.d gludly n
turn tu work, but Just us they wok
about lo move the Agllutoiit got I,
itnil by llcrj spoeohi'H turned tliciii
from their puriHiso Dcspllu this suc
cess, n bod) of Jupancso went lo wink
on. Honolulu pl.inliillim Thursdii
innrillllg llllil n giHiu uuyioer weiu nun
thu camp nt O.ilm pl.mtullnu mid will
soon bo nt work. These piirtli'H will
undoubted!) be Joined b) oIIilth.
Tho Jnt'iiiivsu iiicrchnnts of llouo-
lulit mu taking u iiunx' Wgotoux hand
iignlnst thu AgltutorH mid llio whole
striko inoxement, mid llivlr Inlliicnci'
Ikih been felt among the rutnllcra mid
notably In the Wulpuhu morcuutllu
comniunlt), uhoie thvio was a strung
fcullug fur Hie strikers. Thu riot in
Wulpaliu Tuesd.i) night lint tho cffecl
of bringing mnttcm to u focus there
ami enabled the authorities, to move
ugnlnsl the gamblers mid thugs who
nre supporting the agitation, 'llio JIN
wnges cry Is no longer hcaid. Thu ag
itators me condemning tho plunlui
mid thu ir in who nru going back lo
The follov'ng ihrea' druqguts wll supply the retail trade: BENS02J. S1IITH & CO., Honolulu, Hawaii.
l&M 9 ft H
SINGING THE PRAISES
Of ouv SliooUcpaii'iiigDepavtJuent. Hero is tho first
"When uliocs wear out, they're mended new.
When men weir out, thcye men dead, too."
V.V ' avc the only propci shoe lepairinK facilities in Hawaii. Wc repair shoes inst the
w, i'c"ic I'ltdc nt the factories. Men's hnlf soles nnd heels, $1.25; Women's' 1,00.
Rei&sd Slioe Store,
Kinu nnd Bethel Sts.
Shopvorn and Surplus Books
1-2 to 1-3 Off
Gift Books and Sets
We must make room for new stock now arriving,
therefore this sacrifice. Come early and look over
the stock on our counters while the assortment is
Irown & Lvon Co.. Ltd.
Alexander Young Bid., with Hawaiian News Co.
lleotH would uot keep IhU market loin
lining tho minute tho demand fur Ito
fliied becomes nelho,
Tho ruconl of Die Stock Kxchnugi
marks n r.cuuul frceilom from timid
ity. Thu sluiriiest ailvance Is In Will
ultiii stock From selling ns low ns
89 this sleek has ntovcrod lit n fuw
dnyB to 9. If I lie re weie any Klzenhlo
sales nt these widely diverging figures
someone vould lune made a nice little
lot of mom i Oihu is selling lemltly
nt 32 amr iiIkio. Hawaiian Commer
cial Is nhow 3D. .iclivlty In l'loneer
was a feiiuiie of IlK'Tradlng on Thurs
day about a bundled shares changing
hands ut liguro. gi.olu.illy molng up
fioin KU in ICii.F').
IMItor Kvenlng II u I 1 c 1 1 n :
he iccciit tilal, lonvlctlon and i-cn-
entc of Hie nlidiitliirs of tho Whllln
boy. by a rciinsylwinla court, iilmost
within a few da)s of ciiiluic, the
man to life ImprlMinnicnt miI the
wife lo a Irrm of 2S jenrs In the
pcnltcntlnr), with the nddltlon of u
nc of J.'i.nod dollars mid costs of
trlnli nlniost restorci on k lonfl
dentc In the Jury s)slcni of our
:(iui'ln, and Is (iille In lonhast to n
retcnt local rr.tr whcieln the nltor-
icy for the dcfetife nskQit that the
rial he postponed for some eight
months on the ground Unit the pub
lic mind was loo Inflamed to give the
defendant n fair trial. Tho Penn
sylvania Judge evidently teems to
have thought that the ties: lime to
hcctno justice was lo try a criminal
wlicn caught nnd tho result shows
him to hao been of u mhiiiiI mind.
A fair trial Ih nil tho law guarantees
a person, nnd the people should he
considered us well as the rrlnilnnl.
Honolulu, Juno 10, 1D09.
WITH THE BEEF TRUST
IN A WARM CLIMATE.
Tor eating, drinking and cooking
Pure, Delicious, Nutritious
ra'ii imiTUi'iiVvf i
R.tlrf.r.4 U. S. riicatofflrt
Hrcakfast Cocoa, 1-2 Hi. litis
Uakcr's Chocolate (unsweet
ened), 1-2 lb. cakes
German Sweet Chocolate,
1-1 lb. cakes
For Sl br Lctllna Croctft In Honolulu
Walter Baker & Co. Ltd.
DORCHESTER, MASS, U. S. A.
50 HIGHEST AWARDS IN
EUROPE AND AMERICA
The moht roll i Iik iufoiiunllon on
the general condition of thu sug.ir
market that thu 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n has come
acniHs this season Is conliilued In u
pih.ito letter reciUcd fioin a man
who Is In touch with Iho sugar sltua
lion In Willi sticul Ibis letter follows
mid thu tdzo-tip of the slliiutlon can
be banked on us the opinion of one
who knows as much as mi) of Iheui do
of tho prospects in tho sugar market
II Is not reasonable lo expect higher
prices for sugii' ery soon. Thu it
eelpts Inst week (third week of Muy)
ut (In thieu Atlantic ports amounted
to "S.OIW tons. Ilefluers aru blocked
up with laws. In fact nono of them
hut the American can handle uugnrs
Hint nro nciirhy, mill am only Interest
ed lit thu fiituro positions. Thu Amer
ican will not pay mora than 3.92 for
suguis (lint mu In port, on tho way mm
loading, cHtcrdny they bought some
thing like tnoili) bags at this pi Ice
Theie ure still soniu luoiu nearby sug
urs that wilt lnno lo bo disposed of
mniii Hut thu fact that (lie Auiuilc.iu
Is lui)er at 3.'J2c. Is a favorable fc.it
mo They could Just as well keep out
of thu market altogether or rcfusu to
pay mnio than 3.8G us they have no
liumcdlatu need of tlinso sugars. Wo
h:io had rather good weather this
week hut It Is raining now, Thu liusl
uess In itefliicd has been poor foi
unions .leasons. Wo huu not had
enough warm weather lo material!)
incicnro consumption yet Jobbers nro
dlsliiibed out this tin Iff talk In tin
Henalo )el. Tho agreement Unit ic
llneiM came to somo weeks ago In u.
g.ird to consignment points Is that
the) would only not ship In futuio In
nil) but twenty .places us against ono
hundred and fifty, but would ship back
to New York or Philadelphia nil the
sugar us theso abolished consignment
points not said by thu 1st of June.
Naturally every effort ' Is being
iiiado to sell such sugars before thin
date. So llio brokeis In Now York
icpoit the doniaid for Iteflned very
dull and It Is, us far as New York Is
concerned, but it may bo all tight out
In Iho country where thoy aiu tolng
to dlspiihu of thusu stocks of consigned
TIiito Is u his Oiixers' Convention
lo be held In Dotiolt June 1st. The
lookers 'eni to think thai there will
tint be any movement In Iteflned until
urter this conwntlon Is over.
We feel most hopeful about Iho fit
Hue Theio Is going to bo a ticmcml
ous iiiJi fur rclln"d sugar before
I The Cuba ei op Is n ueiii tuer Hint
t II will t fit' u to bo a Inctnr h) (he m 1
l"f thin month, fleet s hne been von
, -rinir; pi rcuropi' or tciii.ut of Ih
' I niil.ixin.ihle HiMlher iheu. nie.
.dlliig II llio M'.ilhei' tuius bettor
we should opeel lo seo tlieni go oft a
bit but ut' mo so fin below thu Uuio
'Twenty Years in Hell With the
Beef Trust" Is the Title of New
Book Given Members of
Washington. 1). C "Twenty Years
In Hell with tho lleef Trust" is the
enthusiastic title of a neatly printed
paier bound book of 300 luges which
all thu nienibeis of CongresH In bolh
Houses havu Just received In tholi
mall. 1Mb printed by llogcr It. Shlcl
whoso iinniu Is declared to Indicate
no special mithorlratlon to speak for
conditions In sheol. Mr. Shlel, being
of the Ilterury persuasion, Is naturall)
from Imllnnn, and his book Is printed
Mr. Shlel's caption suggests that he
may be a crank, but hu Isn't, neccs
sarlly. lie Is a big live stock dealer
In Indianapolis, who for many ears
has handled from 13,000,000 to 5,000.
(100 worth or llc stock annually. He
has been engnged In u light on the
lleef Trust for u decadu and more, and
has spent hundreds of thousands on
It. Ills book Is only one feattlro of the
fight ho him been making.
Mr. Shlcl has been ln tho stock
business half n century, mid has seen
the great packing business grow up In
this country. He has been personnll)
acquainted with tho heads of tho liusl
uess of two or three generations, and
ho writes about them and their meth
ods without any lescrvatlons. One
cheerful stoiy, given with names,
dates and details, Is about a method
tho packet a used to have of under
weighing stock, ns tho sugar Importurt,
A sample shipment of 100 lino large
hogs was traced by Mr. Shlel from
Illinois to Uostou. When It got to
nostnn twent)-tlni'o of tho hogs that
started from Illinois had been taken
out mid an equal number of small pigs
substituted. It was donu In the Iluf
fnlo stock yard, and on going further
Inlo It ho found that this was u regular
ssteni of substitution by which tho
correU number of hogs was alwn)s
preserved, but tho weight was great!)
decreat.ed. Shlel went to Iho right
authority, stated Ills case, showed that
ho was prepared to prove It nnd hud
his claim for rhrlnkagu on this ami n
Lkiiig list of other shipments, paid ut
onco without demur.
Old-style straight Ken
tucky Ilourbon. Conti
nental was the favorilo
of tho Southern gentry
of "befoali tho war" po
rlod. 'A good, honest,
friendly old whiskey .'
W. C. PeacocK
& Co., Ltd.,
Boston Baked Beans.
Boston Brown Bread,
leave orders a day ahead.
28 loaves of bread for $1.00.
1120 Fort St. Phone 107.
THE EXCELLENCE OF THE
CUISINE AND APPOINTMENTS AT
BRING PLEASURE TO THE
GUESTS. ST. CLAIR BIDG00D,
Thcie will ho a public Simla)- band
conceit at 3 p in, ut tho Moma hotel,
Tho Old Hundred.
Orand Maich Kaniehainehii...Ilorger
Overture I'estlvul Kllng
(a) Memoilal II) mil (new)
(b) I.a r'uimidolu (new) ..do Uingpiu
Selection Thu Fair Co-IM (new)..
Vocal Hawaiian songs. . m li Ilerger
Selection Hurt) Lauder's Songs .
Interme.o Aniiuii (now) I.lnke
1 linle Stt-i m i Dtys Uiieculossl
The Star Bungled Haulier.
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The Industrial Edition of the
E v e n i n k Bulletin, wrapped
ready for mailing, 50 cents at B u I
le tin office,
W. W. WRIGHT & CO.,
King and South Sts.
Hats and Mats.
sian and Japanese
an & South Seas
Curio Co. Young
WahYing Chung Co.
King Street, Ewa of Fishmarket.
DRY GOODS AND FURNISHING
GOODS of EVERY DE-
the ONLY table drink. Manufac
tured by the
Arctic Soda Water Works
AN ELECTRIC FAN !
A COMFORTABLE OFFICE !
Union Elootric Co.,
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Suits for $25.
jQ5T""For f'enl" cart's on salo at
the Bulletin office
Is as c.ooil ns the n?xt man's, niul
there is no rsnl lcjson why you
should not get its worth. We make
clothes to jour indivitluel measure
at ready-to-wear prices. Our suits
for $25 nre n sura satisfaction giver.
Geo. A. Mariin,
When you build, pay par
ticular nttjntion to the haul
wore, because it is what white
cuffs, collar, tie and jewelry
are to a well-dressed man.
don't cost very much, but they
make a house look one hun
dred per cent better.
Artistic locks on your door
Our splendid assortment
ready for inspection.
Lowers &L Cooke,
177 S. King Street.
Mr and Mrs. Hashimoto,
178 BERETANIA AVE., near EMMA
Bath and Electrical Ticntmcnt.
l' b (wi "
Viiiu in n
kitlo l.t .r (MIOY)
tlio n mu O Ay
IL JM IKUhTS
Wc arc in line with the
best assortment of
In the market. All makes.
Perfumed and Plain,
Just ask for the kind you
Lehnhardt's Candies always
King nnd Foit Sts.
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