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EVENING IIULLKTIN'', HONOLULU, T. II., WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 8, '09
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SOME CATARRHAL AFFECTIONS
PECULIAR TO HOT CLIMATES.
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Catarrhal Diseases of the
Abdominal Organs Treated
Mr. .Aliti.nlu I.lnbrrn Clntruu,
Arroyo, I'orlo lllco, write:
"Wlit'ii I coiutiUMi' ml tnkliiR l'e
runa 1 ut'ltliitl ll. pound. Attor
tnkliiK utw li'ilih' uf tliu ini'dli'tiiv 1
"My tuisnl oalTirrli lias rninplelcly
illsiii'urwt Willi tlio iiko of your
marvelous iiu'illoliir-iunl I will never
tiro of reoonitnomllliir It to my ninny
friends when tin1- liavo llio samo
Alllioimli eutarrh of llio head anil
thnn.t aro nut Infrequent In lint cli
tnale, yi'l ratarrli uf tlio Klomacli, ca
tarrh of the l-mrrl, ratarrli of the kid
iiojk, wnl eatarrh of III J pelvic oralis
are mutt frequent.
The catarrhal armcllmatesafumr
a phue peculiar tu hmcIi coiiuirlcn.
It may not at all rcsemlilo tlio ratarrli
of cold cllm.ilcs In appearance, jet lilt
Catarrh means congestion of a nuicaus
(Sfiiorally In the cold climates the
iiicuiurniicnotteiicst lfirctcil by catarrh
arc the one IIuIiik tliu none or tlio cani
ties of tlio hrail, throat ami Ihiik-1.
Tlio mucous membranes oflencst af-
fccleil by catarrh In hot climate arc the
o..c. lining Hie organs of the abdomen
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Wherever human beings dwell,
u hether lit the tropics or the arctics,
catarrh Is the principal disease
mankind has to contend against.
Peruna has long since been rec
oiinled as the world's standard
remedy for catarrh In all Its phases,
stagjs and varieties.
Mont llccmed Sin IVruna ha pro
duced magnificent remit for those, who
)iaouedlt 111 this city, tain assured
of there kcmhI result by one of our lead
Int; physician, Scnor Doctor Don Juan
do Din Trevlno, wlioo lilpli reputation
Is Justly founded upon hi aclentlllc
knowledge and practical aklll.
That tho uso of l'eruna may lw ex
tended everywhere for tho relief of suf
fering liumanlty I tho desire, ot
Yours very sincerely;
Santiago de la Garza Zambrano,
(Archbishop ot Linares.)
) uar Struct No. 2.
Tim following wholesale druggist
will supply the retail tro-ia:
Oaxara dc Juarrz, lt Aufinat, 1WW.
The I'cruun Urup MfR. Co.,
C?entlcmen: 1 hCR to Btato that var
Imu perron hero among whom 1 dis
tributed the medicinal fpecialty, To
rum, have advised lno that tho said
medicine 1 of exceptional merit In ca
tarrhal affections, Its use bavins pro
duced excellent rcsulti In audi cases.
A. Gucdca, Mayor of Leon, Mexico,
Leon, Guanajuato, Mexico,
Oct. 10, lttH.
Tho l'eruna Drug Mfg. Co.
Gentlemen: Having taken l'eruna
with very aatlsfactory results, 1 am
plracd to advlso you of It by means of
this letter and I autborlxo you to make
whatever u.o of this you may consider
advisable. Very truly yours,
A great multitude ot peoplo havs
taken l'eruna, and know by oxprlenc
what It will do.
iil'JfsSON, SMITH & CO.,
To get the best out of life one
must keep the body and mind
in good condition at all times.
For good health and good
cheer there is nothing to equal
Li. AllOy, Nuuanu, below Hotel
IUST RECEIVED, a Iare shipment on
J the Mameda of WOOLEN and
COTTON BLANKETS, Single and Double
SPREADS. A'l sizes of SHEETS and
$1 a Year
S'J I ...aVmJII- a I'., r. ;; &k
What Army and Navy
: Folk Are Doing :
To Vatch Operators.
tttcd an ntder to Ills licet euptuliM1
that n Bh.iry BUrvellluncc uf wireless
tiperutuis must ho observed unit tlmt
uvery wohl sent ur received must
be kept account of mid nil uncon
vetitlumil talk with other operalors
must be Btupiicit. Wireless U' not to
ho used between ships Hint arc In
slgnnllng distance of encli other, hut
It the enmmnnder In chief calls by
wlrelc.su for rcportH or for Informa
tion such reports will he made by
Individual ships ordinarily by .signal.
When any ship is within reach ot
shore wireless stations the nppnris
tutt on board ship will not be used
except in urgent case and for a
period of five minutes before noon
each day, when tho wireless noon
signal fro nithc Naval Observatory
at Wrishtngton Is expected to he re
ceived. In using the wireless Ad
mit til Schroeder urges that concise
ness in framing messages he studied,
and adds that the "air Is getting to
he too busy to admit of messages be
ing exchanged In n convcrsntlonnl
Aeroplane for Navy.
The Navy Department is propos
ing lo submit lenders for an aero
plane adapted to naval scouting ser
lro, one that will rise fiom or land
safely on the water. Then- can bo
no doubt of the 'value of such n
machine, liming a speed of 40 miles,
even for n few hours. An airship
would be particularly vnlunblo In
scouting for submarines. It Is pro
posed that the aeroplanes he carried
on scout cruisers, and a tentative
plan for erecting a covering for tho
machine on the nfter-hrldgc has bcc
Housing of Troops.
Tho Secretary of War has of lato.
been mnklng a study of tho Conti
nental systems of the methods pur
sued in tho nrmles ot Kuropc and of
this country. It is generally the
practice of Germany, France, Spain
and Great Ilrltnln to hnve lnrgo bar
rAcks in the cities and keep wholo
regiments In n single building cov
ering n city block and enclosing a
courtyard. This results in n. saving
In transportation, In time, in cost
of buildings, In heating and In
many othcrv respects. Our method
of having large army posts so far
from cities and from convenient and
Inexpensive transportation is In
tended to keep the men from the
temptation of city life, hut It Is
found that In the armies of the Con
tinent tho bchnvldr of the men Is,
If anything, better than with us.
It seems as If the consequence of our
keeping men away from temptation
was a cause of storing up of the
appetite, and wen finally liberty Is
granted tho man hurls himself bend-
long into n revel of Indulgence, One
of the false economics of our ' post
system la the endless amount of ad
ministration that devolves on a post
commander. At one post In the
west the police foicc every day1 bus
to Le,os large as for the neighboring
city of 12,000 Inhabitants. There
arc twenty-three miles of roads to
bu kept uji nnd it water supply for
2,400 people. Such an establish
ment, If placed within Borne ojulot
quarter of a city, would effect n vory
large saving, nnd probably promote
the efficiency of the service.
apcaKing on wie huujcci oi rucuw
coast coal nnd Pacific coast shipping.
tlio Hallway and Marine News says:
"There is not only no reason why
Pacific roast roal should not be
and Is lot perfectly suitable to our
Navy for peace purposes, but there
Is no justification for using nny
other. What under tho sun would
a lleet on the Pnclllc coast do In war
tlmo? Presumably haul roal across
by rail. The worst that can he said
of Pacific const coal for navnl work
Is that it Is more smoky than that
bought on the Atlantic const. It Is
slightly Inferior In heating value.
Hut when freight Is added It will'
do double tlio work for a dollar that
tho eastern coal will do." In hit
torness of spirit, our contemporary
says in conclusion: "Tho Navy
seems to think it exists for Itself
alone mid Is so bound up in its eti
quette and ceremonials that It has
become .entirely oblivious to every
other Interest. Hero Is another
swnrm of foreign tramps turned
loose on the Pacific coast without
engagements, to further demoralize
nn already languished shipping. If
tho Navy cannot nnd will not move
a finger In time of penco to help our
shipping, God help It In tlmo of
wnr. Perhaps the lack of eastern
coal furnished by favored contract
bra under n so-called 'standard spe
cification,' will be a convenient excuse."
AT OPERA HOUSE
Assured of a good audience tonight,
by tho encouraging 'messagog' coming
In that the hou will ho ctowded as
tlio result of tho first excellent con
cept given Monday night, tho Withers
Company have decided to give the
conceit scheduled for this evening. It
It now tin to (lie music loving people
of Honolulu to show how much they
appreciate good music. If Wo aro to
nttrsct classical talent hero, It must
bo by good audiences, otherwise Ha
waii will soon get tho nnme abroad of '
npiireclatlng nothing better than light
end popular compositions.
Andanto and 'Finale (from Sonata)
Madame Elzy and Mr. Withers.
Song: Tho Two Grenadiers. Schumann
Mr. Charles Dennett.
(b) Scherzo MacDowell
Violoncello solos: Sonata in A (by
special request) ,,
Mr. Herbert Withers.
(n) tllnls In the High Hall Oar-
den t Somcrvltlo
(b) Tho Yeoman of England ..
,. .. German
Mr. Charles Dennett.
a) Mazurka (No. 1) Chopin
(b) Etudo ..'. Oscar Dcrlngcr
(Hy special request,
Song:1 Mandalny . ...W. W, Hodgcock
illy special request.)
Mr. Charles Dennett.
(a) Romance Sans Paroles
(b) Elfentanz Popper
Mr. Herbert Withers.
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Stearns' Electric A
-P RATani ROACH Paste
Aik your dragglst far thi genuine ind that th nimi I, ). Kiirnsy Is on oviry piekigt.
Rudy railed for use. Mora treliabla and easier to us than powders. Druggists will
Nfund roar money II It falls to exterminate cockroaches, waterbugs, rats, mice, etc.
3 n. boa 18c, 16 ot. baa tl.00. At dracttas or xpms pnpaU.
STEARNS ELECTRIC PASTE CO.. CHICAGO, ILL.
Has four beautiful new pianos. One
Stclnway Grand and three Richmond
upright pla'nos dellveied to It today by
tho Thayer Piano Co. Tho plio organ
in tho college has been taken down
and reennsiructed and put In ijerfcct
condltlOn'h'y Thayer Piano Co.'s 'timer,
TALESMEN RUN OUT.
POAHA A?E3 A PORTUGUESE.'
Policeman Poaha, who waa patrol
ling along the river near Itoretanla
street this .morning, eaved a Portu
guese from n watery grare. Ho, was
fctruggllng-hoiwtessly when llio .officer
happened along. Poaha Is a good
swimmer nnd without waiting ho
rushed down tho hank and saved the
man, Tho half-drownod man, who was
conveyed to the Queen's Hospital, re
fused to give his nnme.
"Cnr Rait." nrrfi Rllltln.
(Continued from Pace 1)
been drawn as a substitute for Austin.
Ed. C. Druns watt excused again af
ter being excused tho last tlmo. Ho
I? tho sugar clerk for Hackfeld & Co.,
who arc agents for the Oahu Sugar
Co., the last very much Interested In
the case. Ed. D. Holster, the last talcs
man on the venire, was drawn as his
Ot tho others who were temporarily
accepted Thos. D. McOuIrd Bcrvcd on
tho conspiracy jury in the Bamc court
during August. O. A. Dortfleld and
Geo. H. Green, tho others examined
today will probably both he accepted
permanently, as both state that they
have no knowledge ot tho caso and
did not read tho newspapers when tho
case was In progress before. Dort
fleld Is a chlckcn-rnncher at Diamond
Head and Green Is a locksmith work
ing with Webb. Clms. Wallace, a Ha
waiian, was excused without' opposi
tion for not being abolo to properly
The Industrial Edition of the
Evening Bulletin, wraoned
readv for mailing, 50 cents at B u 1
Do yoti know what
Lager Beer really contains ? You
SHOULD know if you don't. Most
people have peculiar ideas ' about it.
Lager Beer contains : -
i. Plenty of vvcll-boilcd water; that makes it a
2. Carbonic acid gasj that makes it a lively drink
3. Less than 3 per cent, 'of alcohol; that makes
;' ' it a stimulating and refreshing drink, but
. , . not an intoxicant.
,'4. Malt extract in solution, that makes for
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6, Nothing injurious; that's all. '
" So there's no reason why you shouldn't .drink .
TheJeer That's jjrewetf
To Suit The Climolc
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Girls and Boys
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