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EVENING DULLKTIN, HONOLULU, T. II., WEDNESDAY, OCT. 27, 'OB.
FOR EVERY HOUSEKEEPER
Easy Way To Rid Hie House of
Cockroaches, Hats, M'ce etc
It In the easiest thing In tho win hi
In rid tlis house of rats, inlci iiifk
i inches, wateibtigi, etc., lij ittiiiji the'
(M lelliblo Sto.utis' Kliclile lint llllil
lto.-uh Piste which Iris In in mi the
m.it kct for thirty yeirs I
II In ro.ul mind fin ii-o iitnl as It
Is In li.iato fin in then- N mi powdar to(
blow uwtiv ami get Inn food.
Sco Ihal ocr pukige beam the'
slsuntuie of J. .1 Ki arnoy, iiinl thru
joii will get tin' genuine; tliu only I
guaranteed uxti.riiilti.ilor. ilio only ono
For Sale Everywhere
If It Isn't an Eastman
It Isn't a Kodak
THF.llK is only one "Kodak," and it
Is made by -the EASTMAN
KODAK CO. We carry a complete
line of all sizes and vvc sell them at the
same prices they are sold for throughout
the United States.
We .carry also a complete line of
KODAK FILMS easily identified by
the "N.C." on the box and "Kodak" on
the spool end.
All goods guaranteed. Money back
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
j. i-j-- '
where onr druggist will rcfiunl 5 out
money If II does not do the work.
Apply Stearns' Electric 1'nnte nt
night, In sinks, pantries, etc., iiml In
Hie morning nu can sweep up 11 pan
fill of iluail cnckruai lien.
Uko It where theio arc rats nnil
mice ami niter eating It, they will inn
out of doors to illc.
All rcllahlo drugglBts pell Stearns'
Eleutilc Paste: 2 z. box 25c, 10 oz
box $1.00, or sent express prepalil
Steams' Elvclilc Paste Co., Chlctlago
Fort St., near Hotel.
jiHlal j. iji.mi wpvwne "-wi
KOREA IN DAILY
TOUCH WITH WORLD
Brings Many People
In il illy touch with the outer woilil
throughout the entile trip down from
Sun Francisco through the Installa
tion of her new wlieless, the l'uclllc
Mall Bte.unslilp Korea, with sixty cab
in passengers and n small gciiciul car
go for tho Hawaiian Islands pulled up
alongside the ilnckfeld wharf shortly
hefoie 8 o'clock this morning.
Purser "Ullllo" Allen was more than
enthusiastic oer tho wireless service
on the Koten. As that vessel Is tho
Hi st of the l'uclllc Mull fleet to be fit
ted with the modem method of nun
11. indention ,thu experiment has been
watched with innro than usual Inter
est by shipping men.
"Wo received a dally batch of all
tho Important news of the world," said
Purser Allen this morning. "Tho
wireless wns utilized by many passen
gers for commercial purposes through
out the Mi).igo nud the service left
nothing that could be desired. The
Korea Is equipped with n five Kilowatt
apparatus, which Is said to be thu
most powerful Installed 011 any ship
sailing the l'uclllc ocean." Tho In
stallation was made by the United
Wireless Company and the Koien's
record on the present trip would Indi
cate that other vessels of tho Pacific
Mull fleet will be similarly fitted out
for communication at sea.
In the specie tanks of the Korea is
gold bullion to to the value of nearly
two million dollars. Tho shipment of
valuable lnetal Is destined for Yoko
hama banking Institutions.
The Korea piocecds to Manila 011
this trip and consequently will cut out
nil other ports of call after leaving
Nagasaki, Japan, There Is something
like Ihrco thousand tons of general
cat go nud supplies for the United
States navy and headquarters depart
ment In the Philippines.. The freight
list shows most every lino of freight
fiom tinned goods to heavy ordinance
Several Ilonnluluatis prominent In
local commercial and business circles
returned from the mainland by the
vessel. Colonel 7.. S. Spalding, the
owner of the Mukeo Sugar Company
of Kealla, Iihr returned to thy Islands
to look after his extensive lauded In
Joshua Tucker Is another returning
passenger, ho having attended tho sen
.lnn of the (Iratid Lodge of Masons
held nt San Francisco. II. II. Andcr
lon. tho Honolulu lawyer ,1s back from
11 business trip to tho States, whllo II.
McK, Hurrlron returns from nn ex
tended visit to Great Ilrltnln and the
Continent. Or. A. (I. Hodglns, who
hns been on a tour of tho world,
comes back by tho Korea much Im
proved In health. He leports having
gieatly enjoyed his visit to foiclgn
lands. Mis. Henry Holmes, the wife
of the Honolulu attorney, was a ie
tinning passenger for this pint, Miss
Florence Yairow. tho city missionary
connected with Central Union church,
arrived by tho Korea. Mr. uiid Mrs.
Thomas O'Dowdn of Ewa Plantation
1110 buck from a visit to the coast.
Alexander Young and Mrs. Young,
accompanied by Miss Ilerthn Young,
also returned from a delightful trip
to the coast, Mr. Young was tho re
cipient of qullo an ovation when ho
stepped down from the. gangplank of
Among tho through passengers are
sevcrnl of promlnenco In business cir
cles of tho Far East. II. Nose, n
through passenger to Kobe. Japan, Is
n well known cotton manufacturer of
Japan. Charles Ilryan Is 11 Yokohama
business man returning from 11 trip
to tho States and Europe.
Missionaries and vnudovlllo perform
ers nro both can led on tho cabin mi8
eenger list of the Korea destined for
various points In tho Orient, Many of
tho former will leave thu vessel nt
Nagasaki and there tranship to anoth
er vessel ror shanghai.
A Chlncso high in diplomatic circles
of tho Kmplro Is Lino Ngintow, who
repiescnled his government nt Cuba.
Ho is leturnlng homo on leavo of nli
sence. Minister Q. O. Wallenberg, repre
Asti Wines Again In
Seattle, Wash., Sept. 21, 1009.
The official list of awards just published by the Alaska-Yukon-Pacifio Exposition shows
that the ITA1IAN-SWISS COLONY has received the highest award for their California Wines.
They have received tho only Grand Prize awarded on California Sparkling Wines for
their ASTI SPECIAL DRY,, and, in addition to this, the ITALIAN-SWISS COLONY has also
received twenty (20) Gold Medals for the following varieties: TIP0, red and white; Spark
ling Burgundy, Buigundy, Chablis, Claret, Port, Zinfandcl, Haut Sautcrne, Muscat, Maderia,
Rieslihg, Sauterne, Tokay, Cabernet, Sherry, Angelica; Orapc Brandy; Isco Grape Juice,
white; Isco Grape Juice, red.
Renting the government of Sweden at
Tokio, Japan, Is going out to his new
post of duty. He Is accompanied by n
valet and srnt several hours very
profitably In looking over tho scenic
points of Honoutii.
F. J, llulton, who is prominently
Identified with the Pacific Mall Btcam
ship office in San Francisco, Is a
through passenger to Hongkong. R.
and V. II. Lovers and J, Cheshire nro
tourists hailing from (Ircat llrltnln on
n round-the-world trip.
Several employees of tho Insular
(lovcrnment of tho Philippine Islands
nro returning to their duties after the
expiration of their leavo of absence.
L. D. Weeks, tho Inspector of Hulls
nnd Hollers for the port of Manila. Ins
been spending somo months in Spain
nnd the United States nnd Is now on
his way back to station. Dariy Bald
win, who Is at the head of trTo houso
of Miicondrny k Co. of tho Philippines,
one of tho big American concerns
there, Is returning from n year spent
in (Irent Dritalu nnd Australia. Ho Is
nccompantcil h Mrs. naldwln and
Miss Ilaldwln. W. A, Illossom, tho
Manila hnrdwaic merchant Is return
ing from n business tilp.to tho Slutcs.
Two naval commanders. Ililtcry P.
Jones nnd Ocorgu H. Salisbury, nro
proceeding to thn Philippines to Join
their commands at Cavlte naval sta
tion. Thq Korea Is scheduled to sail for
Japan ports and Manila at 4 o'clock
this afternoon. The vcrscI Is taking
live uassencers ami n small amount of
cargo for the various ports of call.
I RECREATIONS jj
Tlic cheapest excursion rates over
offered are those by Messrs. Dallcy &
Lawson to New York nnd London and
return; nnd nil for Es. 10c, 15c nnd
25c pay our money and take your
choice. "The Moving Plctuie Route"
Is tho one by which )ou travel, for on
tho Art Theater progrnm for today
and tomorrow nro two fllnis well worth
seeing, to say nothing of the balanco
of the entertainment. The title of
theso films nre "Sights of New York"
and "Tho Great Zoological Gardens of
London."' School children In partic
ular should be given a chance to see
these films. Parents would do well to
see that the .Miungsters nro provided
with nlckle and dimes when leaving
for school, so that they may visit tho,
largest mcnngcile In the world, thus
teeing a wonderful aggregation of wild
beasts and from thenco visit places of
interest and bullillngB architecturally
wonderful. In the city of Now York.
Hero Is shown tho Singer building,
forty-tin ee stoiles In height, nlso ono
now lu (.inure of construction that
will tower fifty stories nbovo tho
street. This latter Is 1111 addition to
the Metropolitan l.lfu lusuiance Co.'s
building. Still another stupendous
undertaking shown Is the Brooklyn
bridge, which took ten or more years
to build and cost rcvcral millions of
dollars. Jinny olher equally Interest
ing sights of f treated Now York will
bo bhown on tho smie film. Ho suro
nud have your "kiddies" vlblt tho Art
whllo tln.se finis uiu on, they being
highly educational In character.
THE PARK THEATER.
Owing to tho moisture lu thu ntmos
llicro the eamo program advcitiscd
lor last night will be given tonight at
tho Park Theater. It Is a good ono
and should not ho missed. "Tho Sand
man" Is tho piece do rcBlBtnnco of tho
program and Is a clever hit. How ha
puts the ehldrcn to sleep by tlunwlng
bnnd In their eyes and then fools tho
Llg "copper and his girl" nro sufficient
to make the whnlo world laugh. Little
Miss Moffltt la albo good. It will mako
tho children laugh from tho beginning
to tho end of tho scries. Thu little
girls will slug their songs and mako
meny. The Pnik Is a good place to
spend an evening nnd tho pictures
may bo depended upon to be nil right
Horn every point of view. Tho pro
grom will be changed on Thuisday
THE EMPIRE THEATER.
Dickens Is to bo pictured nt the Em
pile Theater tonight when thu nluv of
J Oliver Twist will bo shown, It Is a
great play and In recent jeais has
PErRU-NA is efficient
UmBBBWaisftwa or thi 0000 aHEFHtwp. montwialTBWIB
UOSPITAUS ALL OYER THE CONTINENT FIND PE-KU-NA VALUABLE IN
CATAlltllt of tho respiratory organa
Is a common ailment in Canada for
at least tvro-thlrda of the year.
This condition li no doubt caused by
tho long, severs winters experienced In
this part of tho oontlnent.
Therefore, when Pcrnna was discov
ered by Canadian people to bo Tollable
remedy for these catarrhal diseases, It
at onco bocamo a popular medicine, not
only among individuals and In families,
but In tho great hospitals, whore It was
used as a prevontlvo and relief in hun
dreds of cases,
Theso Institutions do not hesitate to
give their, endorsement of the remedy
which lias lieon so helpful in tho treat
ment of their poor and sick.
Among theso institutions Is that of
the Sistors of Good Shepherd, who gave
the following endorsement:
The Ptruaa Company,
Maying uted Ptrunm tor the put tew
mothht, tor our wkk and poor, we are
happy to lay that It baa given m great
The Sitter of the Oood Shepherd,
After a continued use of the remedy,
this institution has found no reason to
change its good opinion of tho remedy
and expresses Us satisfaction In the fol
lowing terms 1
The following wholesale druggists
been made one of the greatest of Dick
ens' stage creations. Ellta Proctor Is
the Nancy Sykes of the drama nnd up-
en her falls much of tho responsibility
of tho success of tho play. "Tho Fron
tiersman's llrlilo" will piobably catch
the prnlso of tho ladles In tho midlcucu
because of the love-biuches shown In
tho pictures. It gives gtent exhibi
tions of rmight tiding. Tho comedy
pictures arc good and tho place bhould
bo well filled tonight. g
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You will ha surprised at its cooling
fend preservative properties California
Faed Co., agents.
1 1-4 acres at Xalihi Valley, with
five-room cottage. Free Water. Hen
Houses. Stables. 1,100 ft. Wire-netting-
fence. 300 Bananas, etc.
4 doz. Hens. Wh. Plymouth Rocks
and Wh. Leghorns. Oood Horse and
Buggy. All for
Also 2.4 acres unimproved, adjoin
P. E. R. Strauch
74 B. King St.
PROMINENT HOSPITALS SAY
ALL CATARRHAL DISEASES.
Montreal, Nov. 7, 1903.
We found Peruna a relief 1n aeveral
We can aay It It a good took and we
are very thankful.
Sltten of the Oood Shepherd.
When catarrh once fastens itself upon
the system It becomes an obstinate dis
ease to eradicate.
A systemic, romedy one that reaches
every Internal organ of the body Is an
Peruna is Just such a remedy. It
searches out the cause of tho disease,
healing and strengthening tho mucous
membranes, and thus giving Nature an
opportunity to perform her part of the
One of the many hospitals which have
found Porunaofvaluo in treating old and
obstinate cases of catarrh is the Hospital
St. John, who write as follows; ,
"Wo aro happy to tell you that your
Peruna has given us satisfaction. Three
patients have tried It, ono G8 years old
Benoul Dupuls, afflicted with catarrh, is
much rellovcd, moro than ho has been
for a number of years.
"A young girl, IS yean old, had an
obttlnate cough, which half a bottle of
Peruna cauted to dltappear.
'As to myself, two bottles have con
vinced mo that Peruna la magnificent
aa a tonic.
"llcforo the treatment I could not
walk for a quarter of an hour without
will supply the retail trade BENSON.
GRAND LACE DISPLAY
Over 60,000 pieces of LACE displayed on our tables.
A partial result 0 f our Mr. Kerr's call on the agents
of the great lace makers is to be seen in our store these
days, when we are sho ving a grand assortment of entirely
new patterns in laces. The assortment is greater than
has ever been shown here on any occasion. Note the prices:
PURE LINEN TORCHON
Width from 1 inch to 3'2
Price, 10c, 12y2o and 15c
This is an excellent value.
Widths from one-half inch
to 4 inches.
Price, 30o per dozen yards
and So per yard.
Gold, Pearl and Jet.
$2. $2.25, $2.50, $2.75, $3
and $3.25 yard.
HEW NECKWEAR. NEW SILK LACE SCARFS,
BEADED SILK SCARFS. NEW VEILS,
L. B. KERR
HUSTACE - PECK CO., LTD
63 QUEEN STREET PHONE 295
Estimates given on all kinds of Draying, Teaming, Road Building,
Firewood, Coal, Wat anae Sand For Sale.
transfer Co., Ltd.
I Furniture and Piano Moving.
TKEATING ALL OATARHnAL DISEASEJ
experiencing much fatigue,
Now I can
walk a mile easily.
"Through these three cases wo desire
to make known to the public tho ef
ficiency of your remedy."
Ilospltal St. John, of Ht. Johns.
Province of Quebec.
A later letter received from tbo tamo
Institution reads as follows t
"Three weeka ago I wrote to tell
you bow aalMactory we found
Peruna. We recommend It highly for
coUt, cought, catarrh and neuralgia.
"I have used It myself as a tonlo with
tho best results, taken as directed, halt
a teaspoonful every half hour."
Mrs. Etta Booker, Dundnrn, Bask.,
N.W.T., Canada, writes 1
"I suffered with Internal catarrh until
I wrote to Dr..IIartman, and after tak
ing treatment as he advised, I oan say
I am now cured of this most trying
arntction, for which I am truly thank,
ful, I think Peruna the best medicine
for catarrh. I nevor felt better in my
life than I do at present."
Peruna not only promptly relieves
coughs and colds In their first singes,
but is equally prompt and efficient for
catarrhal disease! in tho chronlo stsge.
Of course, it Is only rcasonablo to
suppose that a great deal loss mcdlrtuo
wilt ho necessary to cure a slight attack
of catarrh than would bo required to
relieve tho ailment after it had been al
lowed to become chronlo.
SMITH & CO., Honolulu, Hawaii.
Widths from 1 inch to 5
Price, per yard, 10c and
FRENCH VALS 1
Price, 50c and 75c per
piece; 10c and 122o per
Band, Insrrtion, Edging
and All-overs to match.
Prices, 10c to $5.50 yard.
& CO., Ltd.
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