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HVnNINO nUI.I.KTIM. ItONOMJMJ, T. t!., WEDNESDAY. AUO. 18, '09
CATARRH OF LUNGS
RELIEVED BY PERU NA.
AC0UC11I should nover bo suppressed.
A couch U a svmptom of irritation
oniowucro In tlio bronchial tube or
To suppress tho cough U only to In-
A rough l an effort on tho part of nature
to get rid of mmo Irritating substance.
The only medicine, that reilly cures a
rough la n medicine that will remove
thn Irritation which eaues tho cough.
Cattfrh an vv hero on tho mucous mp
fieo lining tho bronchial tubes or lungs
will produce a cough.
If thccatirrhis removed, the cough
To attempt to squelch the congh with
opiates or to keep It baric by taking
quieting medicine Isoul) to tnako mat
Tho cough should lie allowed to con
tinue so long as the Irritation continues,
otherwise the dangerous accretion
which nroejietcd by tho cough wllUo
lumulatoln tho limps.
Stop the catarrh, then the cough will
disappear of It own acrord.
I Local aad National I
AHMANDO J. PEREZ.
American Rugby Man
Tallr- rf A ctrli- University team to visit these shores
1 aiK Ol roUSiraua next season. If wc do come, 1 think
maj be mn ilc by
Wales Union for '
Mr. Armando J. Tore, OillanoTS, Halnna, Cuba, writes:
ii rite to tell) nit of the man clous results that 1 have obtained from
j our remed , I'eruna.
"IhJte suffered fnur months from an obstinate cough and a great deal
of expectoration, due to congestion of the right lung.
I took a gre.it many different u elhknon n medicines, and when I had
lost all hope of being cured, the eminent and Illustrious Dr. Rafael Luarex
liruno recommended Peruna, In doses of one tablespoonful before every
"At the end of the first bottle, the expectoration had completely dis
appeared, and I took four more bottles to cure myself completely.
"A little u hlle afterw ardlnas seized with very bad catarrh and began
again to take the Peruna, h Ith the result that the catarrh disappeared on
the third day." Armando J. I'cfex.
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The Kamehniiieha Sihooi, which Entered for Record Aug. 16, 1909,
his in vii an bl pi raided oer l from 10:30 a. in. to 4:30 p. m.
I'liifesMir I'orlev I. Home, Is now Hun lenhrrg to Olnf Omstcd. .Ilcl
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for the mining je.ir. i PA
Mnjor ' lllik" Oliver, nn old-time Vliglnln 13, I.jnch to Clarence W.
di III lusti in tor at the K.inielianichit
Si bonis, mid nn honored nlumnus of
the Inetllutlon, has nnivpil back
f I oni ii lengthened sta) in I.os An
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Sthool. Is expected tn uirlu back In Entered for Record August 17, 1909,
Honolulu ut tin early date.
from 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Lama M. Kckiipuohlkapullkullko
Tr in Libert II. Ilocnnems Tr.D
A petition has In en Hied bv tho Ha
w.illuu Tiust Comi in) fin thu.iiUmv-
iiik'o of tlti.il uccoiiiitu mill ilischiiiKU Diirltigtho lato proBldcntnl campaign
lis iiucllhity iiilmlulstiator of thu cs-illtllo Doiothy vnn out walking wall
tulo of Miit j IMgoll The nttadicd her muthei. nnd Raw n "Tor Kent" slim
Inventory shows iierKini.it proper! j In n window. "I.ook mamma!" she ex
.Utitil ntjlltl220. rluliniil. "Tho peoplo In that hoiiho
nio for Itent; but wo nro for Tnft,
rntr miLt-rT-N nn pav -m aren't wo?'
.1. (1 Schaelter, llugby football
roach to the University of Cnllfor-
I ilia, speiu some inuntiiH in ausimiiu
studvlng the game nnd returned to
the mainland via this city.
Schnefrr, In nn Interview given a
Sidney newspaper man, speaks
plaliil) of what he saw to commend
In tho antipodes. His remarks about
liiifelmll will be read with great In
terest here in Honolulu.
"The object of my visit," said Mr.
Schacffcr in n chat on his experienc
es, "was to improve Kugby generally
tn the state of California. The Stnto
University, realizing the great ben
rllts derived by Messrs. Lnnlga and
I'resley in their visit of 1907, I was
prompted by the same, motives as
they hud to pay n visit to New Zea
land and Australia. Hut realizing
the strength of the eight scrum, as
demonstrated to us by tho 'Walla
bies' In the California matches, and
in view of the fact of football hav
ing scarcely Btarted In New Zenland,
I derided to spend most of my time
In Australia. 1 have been made
most welcome, nnd through tho
kindness of the officials of tho New
South Wales llugby Union nnd Met
ropolitan Rugby Union, hnvo been
afforded ever) opportunity of closely
studying the gnmo. The Sydney
University 1". C. plnjcrs and officials
have nlho extended tn mo a most
liriutv welcome, nnd I hope at nn
early date tu be In n position to re
clpiocatc. Indeed, the welcome nnd
assistance hnve extended to ovcry
First Grade club, which have offered
to help me In every way possible.
Such, valuable Information has been
given me thnt, if I do not benefit by
It, 1 shall have mvsclf to blame. I
have been greatly impressed by the
eight scrum, nnd have seen In It
ninny advantages over the seven
pack, I nevertheless think the sev
en Is n good pack for some things.
and at the present time my mind Is
not fully mnde tip whether tho sev
en or the eight scrum will bo plajcd
by the University of California,
"llugby football here far exceeds
what 1 expected to find, nnd this ap
plies tn both forward nnd back
play, though I think wo can teach
the AiiHtialliiTiH how to tackle, for
this Is Inherited from our own
"Tho American people hnvo no
Idea how splendidly sport is con
ducted In this country, and I can
only hope thnt some day wo will
reach the same perfection, Your
referees are miles abovo anv thing
that I have ever seen, nnd it is with
untold pleasure that I sit and watch
such men ns Messrs. N. II. Martin,
T. I'nullng nnd W. J. Howo take
charge of a game. If we could In
sonio vvny bring our rcfciecs up to
the sanio standard, then Rugby
would boom In America.
"Your great public schools' foot
ball Is excellent, and we look foi
ward to the time when our schools
will bIiow similar zest and determin
ation. Tblfl will be the connecting
link between the Tudlments and per
fection of Rugby in California. Ar-
we will give our men some good
games, nnd I feel assured that both
sides will profit by the visit.
"I hnve had a game of baseball
here. I was greatly surprised with
(the remarkable showing mnde by
the S)dncy adherents to the game,
nnd, considering the difficulties un
der which they play and the lack of
chances to sec the fine points of the
game demonstrated, I can say that
baseball with us is THK game, as
cricket Is with pi. And you can
therefore sec why we excel in this,
our great national sport.
"I would like to mention the ad
vantage j ott have over us In recrea
tion grounds. Your Sydney cricket
ground Is an eve opener to any vis
itor. The trustees nnd the secre
tary have been most kind to me, and
have presented me with u picture
of the ground, which will ndorn a
very conspicuous place in our grand
13,000.000 library of California.
Your other grounds nre great, for In
every suburb that I have visited I
have seen n splendid oval. Your
grass Is wonderful, nnd wo cannot
get anything like It. Wo have only
one ground for playing Rugby on,
while you have fully forty, and any
ono ot those forty is superior to our
"Your city of Sdncy has Impress
ed me. I had no Idea thnt It reach
ed tho dimensions it docs. And It
has such a rcmnrkablo rcsemblnnco
to our own. The peoplo hero ccr
tnlnly entertained mo most royally,
and treated mo as one of their own
I hope tq meet some of my Sydney
friends In America,, and . tn some
way pay hack the great Indebted'
ness that 1 owe to tho amateur
sporta of Sydney. I heard ot the
hospitality or New South Wales peo
pie at home, but it has fairly open'
cd my eyes, and It Is with great ro
luctance thnt I will leave hero. I
expect t,p leave on July S. I feol
thnt I hnve missed nothing In Rug
by while hete.
"Tho directors of the New South
Wales Sports' Club most kindly
made me n member nnd were untir
ing In their efforts to see that my
time was filled up pleasantly. I
have made arrangements for W. J.
Howe to depart for California on
Aug. 2, and from what I hear I was
lucky to obtain his services both
from a football standpoint and from
that of a sportsman. He has been
with me all the time I have been
here. The N. S. W. government
ought to give him a retaining fee to
net nit guide to 'visitors that happen
to drop across Australia."
VXfHEN PROFESSOR STRUEM-
PELL of Vienna, the noted spe
cialist, ordered E. H. Harriman to take
7, i f
at least two bottles of beer daily Harri-
exclaimed. "But, I never drank
beer in my life."
"That is partly the trouble with
V 1 t
and 1 snail eive vou a beer very
The Kauai Commtttco for tho re
ception and entertnlumcnt of tho vis
iting Congressmen, who will bo hcie
on tho 6th ot September, consists of
Senator Knudsen and Representative
Huddy, who wcro appointed to repre
sent tho Senato and House. A meet
ing was held at Llhuo, when the local
committee for Kauai was appointed,
consisting of H, D. WUhard, chairman,
and Hon. Chas. A. Rice, Sheriff W. H.
Rice, Jr., and all tho Board of Super
visors. Garden Island.
light in alcohol," said the professor.
The exact diet prescribed for Harriman ii at follows: At 7 o'clock
in the morning-, one pint of milk; 8 o'clock, small cup off coffee with
cream, three ounces of cold roast beef, three slices of white bread with
butter, a plate of potatoes.
At 10 o'clock, light beer and three slices of bread and butter; 12
o'clock, noon, farina sonp, seven ounces of meat (roast beef or poultry),
mashed potatoes, vegetables, four ounces of stewed plums and beer,
At 3:30 P. M., pint of milk.
At 5:30 P. M., third quart of milk, three ounces of cold roasted
meat, two slices of bread and butter.
At 8 o'clock in the evening three ounces of roast beef, four biscuits,
Rlaii of beer. T T,'n'r'l'
At 0:30 P. M., half a quart of milk, two biscuits, then to bed.
The beer prescribed by Professor
Struempell for the great railroad mag
nate was very similar to our Primo Beer
mild and very light in alcohol.. Ifyou
feel tired and run down try the great
9 W i In i
eer That's Brewed
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I because the American will not admit offered free transportation and an
their assumption ot superiority, nor opportunity to own land and sharo
will he submit to any Oriental doml- in tho profits of the sugar plantn-
nation of the Islands. lions. Wo believe that. In time,
I "The Americans In Hawaii realize with the Immigration from Japan cf-
that tho surest way to supplant tho fectually checked, as It seems to be
The Washington Times publishes Japanese is to supply a laborer who now, theso now Immigrants will gain
an Interview with C. Q. Uallcntyne Is a good workmen and more deslr- a strong foothold on the soil and
of this city, In which the following able," said Mr. Ilallentyne. "The take the place now occupied by tho
appears: I Japanese wilt not assimutate; nts Japanese
While Mr. Ballcntvne docs not 'manner la arrogant, and If the in- Air. ilallentyne declared that, de
regard the Japanese as a menace tegrlty of Hawaii Is to be preserved, spite the common belief In America,
from the standpoint of war proba- Japanese .control must be prevented, the Japanese In Hawaii are not In
blllty, yet he admits that as future I "The white residents or tne is- possession of firearms, and, while n
landlords and as a controlling fac- lands have decided upon this plan ot majority ot them are veterans of
tor tn Hawaii they are Impossible, bringing desirable Immigrants from the war with Russia, they offer no
They must go eventually, he says, Portugal and Italy. They will be menace to the peace of the Islands.
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