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1G ' ' ' EVENINQ nUI.LETIN HONOLULU. T. 1!., SATURDAY, OCT. 30, 1009.
HAWAIIAN RICE PERUNA A WONDERFUL BOON
IN MY OLD AGE.
TURNS OUT SAKE
wwiaBiww SKTmi' r i w ipi crag
IHWRfWill ,N BUSINESS CIRCLES
for Infanta and Children.
Save the Babies.
I WAST MORTALITY Is something frightful. Wo can hardly realize
"t that of all tho elillilrcn born In civilized countries, twenty-two per cent., or
nearly one-quarter, dlo bofore tlicy reach ono year; thlrty-sovcn per cent., or
ino're than onc-tlilnl, before they are flvo, nnd one-halt beforo they aro fifteen t
Wo do not hcltnto to say that a timely use of Caatorla would save a, majority
of these precious lives. Neither do we hesltato to say that many of theso infantile
deaths aro occasioned by the use of narcotla preparations. Drops, tinctures and
soothing syrups sold for children's complaints contain more or less opium, or
morphine. They are, In considerable quantities, deadly poisons. In any quantity,
they stupefy, retard circulation nnd lead to congestions, sickness, death. Cantoris,
operates exactly tho reverse. It causes tho blood to circulate properly, opens the
pores of tho skin and allays fever.
I bT nard joor CMtorl la am of colic In
children anJ bava found It tho bct medicine of ll
kind on tht market." J, E. Bixnox, It. 1).,
"Ciitnrliln toot fnr chlMrrn and I frrqnratlr
preterit It, nnd alwaye obtain th dralral remit."
r. OlULD BuTTSSS, M. I).,,
Itnffito, K. T.
M A cordlrlo to valuable nnd bcncllcUl for chit
drcn ai yonr e'atorla la deieme tho hlgbeit pratm.
1 And It la dk ettrjwlicra."
3. B. Alszisbis, SI. I).,
flare nM jrmr Catnrli on Tarlniu ocrulons
In eultable rate nnd hafo found It n ptUtiblo and
efficient letatlve, especially In tho varloue dlaeaait
Cnat. Edwaad GiRDlMCn, M. D ,
Brooklyn, N. T.
"I hare prescribed Caetorlatofanlllea foroereral
jrare. It la nil rlhU Mothera llko It, for chlldron
111 take It Ithont an trouble."
C. A. Womk.M.D.,
' Tont CaalorU la s oplendld remedy for eMMrtn,
known too world oeer. I oae It In m pracllco and
hare no hesitancy In rero'nroendlng It for tho conv
plalnta of infanta and children."
J. A. Bouaav, M. D.,
Children Cry for Fletcher's Castorla.
In Use For Over 30 Years.
' lluslncss consolidation Iihh marked content bcclu. Centrifugal i hnvo re-
Ihu Inst week Of October 19USI mid thu inalncd firm nnd steady at 4 283 nnd
combinations that have been mudu and will probably hold well nbovo four
mo admitted to bo under way uie of cents until tho Cubin crop begins to
thu must far-reaching chnrnclcr. como on the market possibly a llttlo
Monday nftcrlioou tho 11 II 1 1 o 1 1 n earlier than usual. Of course tho prlco
fjnvo the first details of the nmalKima- will drop but there Is every prumlso
tlou by which the commission limine of well sustained prices through tho
J of C, Uruvtcr & Co. takes out nil thu year.
agencies or w. u. Irwin & co. ntui tnu I
latter ictlres from the field In Hawaii. Telephone affairs hnvo reached an
On Friday afternoon this paper gavo Interesting stago, Mnyor Font has
tho public the news of tho contemplate signed thu ordinance tlint levies a feo
ed Joining or tho First National Hank for digging up tho streets. Mcnnwhllo
nnd tho Ilank or Hawaii, a comtjlnn-j the telephone commny has started In
tlou that had been talked for many iWlth tho coiutructon of Its underground
months, off and on, but not until late- conduits and apparently is trying to
ly handled with nny prospect or being ' Pnlsh the Job beforo th? lapeo of tho
bi ought to n conclusion. , ten days recpilred for tho publication of
Tho bank consolidation limuire-Bcn- tho ordinance beforo It becomes offoc
tntiunnl and unexpected then tho deal live. It Is understood thai u duct for
by which V. 0. Irwin gtcs up uctlvo city wires Is being laid, l'rosum.ibl)
plantation business In tho Islands. Mr. tho mutters of difference will be am-
For Sale Everywhere
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Irwin has been grnduilly wltlulruwlng
from tho local field for porno time, but
the Hank ot lluwull nnd the First Na
tional bank nro two ery tlgorous and
successful banking Institutions. There
Is no apparent cause for tho consolida
tion as the town can well support Ha
four banks nnd enable all of them to
It Is bcllccd that thu Ilank of Ha
waii has long sought thu status of a
National bank hut has not wnnted to
take the position or n Second Natlonnl
hank and lack the prestige or being tho
!etosltary of the Federal (lovernment.
Should the consolidation tako place tho
capital stock of tho FirBt National will
be Increased to allow tho merger and
tho First National bank will bo thu
financial medium of the .combination
of capital now represented by Urewcr
K. Co., Castle & Cooke, tho Castlo Es
tate, the Atherton Estate.also Campbell
Estate, the Allen Estate and other
largo Interests with which Hon. Cecil
Ilrown nnd Hon. Mark I. Robinson aro
allied. This will be tho greatest alli
ance Honolulu has ever known, but In
tho natural course or events tho com
line ns It gradually settles' down will
operate to strengthen Dlshup & Co.
and Spreckcls & Co. L. Tcriney Pec't
will bo tho head of tho combine.
Details of tho sugar ngency 'merger
have been given In tho I) u 1 1 o t i n 'In
practically complcto tlotatl. Brewer
& Co, will tako over tho steamship
agency of the Oceanic Company not
withstanding .the Ilrowcr people nrc
financially Interested In tho Mntson
hue development. It has long been
understood that tho Mntson lino wJiild
consider buying out tho Oceanic lino
If tho latter did not possess tho tlireo
largo liners onco used on tho Austral
ian run. Tho Mat son people hnvo no
use for steamers built especially for a
long haul. '
It Is reported that In tho Ilrower
Irwin deal tho Brewer's bought up Mr.
It win's stock In tho Matson line. Tills
will liavu nn particular bearing on tho
operation of the lino beyond making
stronger the local control of tho Mat
lenbly Bottled In the courts. The Sup
ervisors hate consented to glvo thu
merchants n hearing on tho proposed
iigrecmcnt rctwccii the city and the
telephone company that caused such a
row among the StipcrvlFors.
Major Denny of tho Marino Corpi
arrived In Ihc city this week nnd has
been busy looking over tho grounds at
Pearl Harbor and conferring with local
contractors on local conditions, nil
this preliminary to calling for tenders
for the construction of the barracks
for marines nt the I'earl Harbor Naval
ttutlon. Major Denny will leave for
Washington on tho Cth of November
nnd the specifications for tho work will
probably bo ready ami tenders called
by the first of the year.
Along the line of military construc
tion It Is understood that decision on
tho site ot tho permanent post at 1-cl-lchua
has been left to Col. Schuyler,
Copt. Day and Capt. Castncr. The per
manent post wilt be In tho same gen
eral location as tho present barracks.
It will not be toward the mountalns'of
Wahlawa ns some have supiiosed.
Bids lor the construction ot tho mag
azine at Fort Shatter were opened thls
weok ami J, l.ucns was tho lowest' bid
der at 13 200. I
Another band of Furoppan 'immi
grants started for Hawaii, during tho
week. Tho 'ufoajner 8wnnlcy soiled
from Fiinshal.''iM,iderlB. with I'ortu
guoso Immigrant) mumbled under the
direction of Ascnf A.. J, Campbell.
They will arrive' horoln December.
Meanwhile, the Itusslans lm'o been
distributed to plantations oinlho other
Islands and If tho men mako irsuccoss
Atkinson wl'l start out for Harbin to
secure nnothcr and larger lotvbf the
tamo clars or people, if it Is ins'slblo
to obtain them. '
Milled from 'thu h.ardest wheat grown
in the State of Oregon.
Sold hy ' ' '
' ' ".' - " Jtfvjm
JLevvis & Co., jLtd., '
Chas. J. Day,
And the other Leading Grocers
General business has been particu
larly good this week. Tho, Block mar
ket has iccoverud. Proof of It wns the
nalo on Friday or over n thousand
(hares or Hawaiian Commercial nt
33.75. When tho buyers aro nblo to
absorb so large n block and tho quota
tion not sudor, it Is very significant of
tho gieat strength ot tho financial and
industrial situation. Tills stock Is very
ttrong us little Is coming out, holders
believing that a record crop Is In sight
for ncxl year.
Improvement has liecii in cvidenco
nil along tho lino. Pioneer has recov
ered from Its slump, nnd dm lug tho
latter part of tho week l.nhalim ns
well ns I'uunc-no was favored with good
rains. A rainfall or four Inches was
also reported nt Hiitclilnroii and nl
Construction or the Kahnna bench
road has been delayed by n number or
tho Supervisors, who claim they want
to know moro ot the finances of tho
County before they Anally npproprlato
most ns Inrtte precipitation at I'nhalt. I lll money . Tho contract price Is be-
Dcmonstrntlou of tho grip a lclous
element has on (ho government of
Iho Territory was brought out this
week by the difficulty experienced .In
securing n verdict of guilty In the caso
of the Illgher-Wsgo man who all but
stabbed Editor Sheba to death on tho
street. This coupled with tho escape
of tho men who were arrested for open
rioting, ought to set thinking people to
taking action for tho decent protection
of life, liberty aniV tho pmsiilt of hap
piness In tho Territory.
Col. ,. S, Spalding arrived nn tho Ko
rea one day after tho salo of tho Olo-
hena lands on Kauai In which his plan
tatlon wns supposed to ho Interested.
There was no bid for tho lands. Mr
Spalding has yet to mako public what
ho Intends to do. What tho Territory
will do Is past finding out.
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This has been particularly helpful to
Hutchinson stock nnd shares that were
on tho mnrkct lost week at 16 with
no takers cannot be bud nt 17 nnd
ever, Unfortuintely tho spell ot Ktma
wenthcr did not give tho llamakua dis
trict tho rains ho much needed.
V.kix and Oahu, thu baromotcis or
the mnrkct, hate held up well. Wain
lilt Is relllns at 117 50 but Is nnvn like
ly to mm i" up than down, Tho chcipor
stocks have recovered. Hiinnkiu bus
advanced to 19.-") thounh not selling
very tieely, nnd Olaa mid Mcllry lo urn
being taken up nt 3.75 and -1 SO.
Bicwery stock has ailrnncod to 21
mil Hawaiian plneaj p!o Is celling nt
tween $18,000 nnd $20,000 nnd John
Ihuiueluth is tho lowest bidder,
Home Industry; Keynote
Of Honolulu Sake
"Homo Industry." Is tho keynote
ot th(S Japanese merchnnts In Ha
waii. They hcllevo In building tw
and encouraging home Industry In
order to titlllzo the local pr6dticts,
which otherwise would necessarily
not he used In other kind of busi
ness. One or tho recent developments
among tho JapnnesO merchnnts was
tho erection of n sake brewery, call
ed the "Honolulu Japanese Sake
Browcry Co., Mil." Its place of husl
ncss Is In'l'nuoa. In tho manufac
ture' ot this bevorngo, the Japanese
nnd Hawaiian rlcc nre used In pro
ducing sake. Tho rcBiilt or tho ex
periment, which hns been In oper
ntlon for n little over a year has
been very satisfactory I
In order to show the public that
the Japanese merchants, particular- i
ly the stockholders nro earnest in
their dealings with tho customers,
Mr. T. Sumldn, tho president nnd,
Mr, T. Iwanagn, the secretary-treasurer
of the company ycBterdny
morning took the Jlullctln represen
tative to tho sako factory In Pauoa
and showed him all over the factory
nnd the surroundlug'bulldlngs.
The main building Is built of Ha
waiian stones. It contains cooking,
packing, and fermentation and other
apartments. When the manufacture
ot sake Is nbout to be operated, tho
rice, tho principal material In the
manufacture ot sako is first cooked
In large kettles, which are especial
ly constructed Tor that purpose This
done, tht rice Is emptied Into large
cooling tanks, where the chemists
make examination ot the substance
bctore allowing It to be Bqueezed
and fermented. In doing this It Is
necessary tor the workmen to use
their best Judgment In order to avoid
unnecessary waste ot the Juice.
When tho sako Is ready tor Bale, It
Is' put ilnto large tubs, which nro
caretully stored In the main build
ing. Each of Uicbo tubs contalnn
nbout 810 gallons. Tho Hawaii-'
mifdc sake. It Is said, Is equally as
good as that made In and Imported
The Hawaii Japanese are great
consumers of the Rake made here,
they hollevo In spending their mo
ney for tho purchnso ot Hawaii sako,
rather than paying high prlco for
the Imported sake from Japan.
Thoso who nre Instrumental In or
ganizing the Honolulu Japancso Sako
Brewery arc principally liquor deal
Tho employes ot the company aro
appropriately quartered in a largo
and comfortable building. On tho
Ewa corner of this building Is tho
office where bookkeepers look after
the nffalrs ot tho company.
In the rear of this house Is the
tub-making building. Here the car
penters are busy at work, fixing and
adjusting the hoops around the Im
ported tubs f I mil Japan. It Is the
Intention or tho odlcers of the com
pany to enlnrge the factory In the
near future Tho company which Is
cnpltnlizrd nt $00,000 has boupht a
lot, containing nn urea, of two acres
Thq organizers and officers of tho
company ure T. Sumlda, president;
S. KoJIma, vice president; T, Iwa
naga, secretary-treasurer; T, Odo
and M. Yamasakl, auditors, and M.
Kuwalmia, director. The brew-musters
nro S. Fujikawa nnd T. Watn
iiabo. President Sumlda, who rcrontly re.
turned from tho Stales, where ho has
been studying tho latest method ot
iinimifnctiirlng beverage oxpeets In
improvo the general condition or tho
MHS. MA II ALA BKID, Corby vlllc,
Ont., Canada, writes)
"Your celebrated remeilet have j
been a wonderful boon to me In my I
J old age.
MnS."MAHALA REID. 6
Heartily Approves efPe-rn-m and Man-a-lin for Kidney and Bowel Trouble. 9
The blood being surcliargtil Willi
acids, which ordinarily find their es
cape through tho bowels when they are
regular, rheumatism la tho result.
Acid blood forma crystals, wblcli ac
cumulate about the ligaments, cartl
lagos and sometimes tho bonos In the
Such morbid accumulations or blond
throw extra work upon tho kidneys.
Tho kidneys being unsblo to perform
the unusual labor of excreting tiicae
polsona, otten glvo wy and kidney
trouble Is tho result.
Permanent relict cannot ho reasona
bly expected except by correcting tht
"I have not been In so good health for
several yesrs as now. I ws troubled
with constipation, rheumatism and
"A llttlo over two yesrs ago, I com
pletely lost my health, becoming ah
most bolplcas, when a dear friend tent
mo your remedies, l'ornna and Manslln,
I began to tako them, following the
directions on the bottle. I very soon
bogan to feel benefited by their uso and
continued to take them.
'I am now completely recovered from
the nboro ailments, In fact, better than
I hare been tor years past. I cannot
praise tho remedies too highly and will
always recommend them to others."
Constipation Is almost suro to sot up
other derangements. ,
(Retained accumulations within the
bowels aro partly roabnorlmd Into thu
a stem,' producing sometimes rbtuma
im, sometimes kidney trouble.
'.Tim following wholesale druggist
will supply the retail tro-le:
! II I l a 'I "' I mmmmm.
Regular bowelt area great safe.
Buard to health. Peruna and Man-
alln are unexcelled the world over
lor chronic dlteatea aliening tne
bowelt and kidney.
a IIIIMIIIHH" ----
Mrs. W. W. Lamastcr, OIL'7 MeAlct
Ave., Ixmlsvlllo, Kentucky, U. H. A.,
writes that she suffered for twenty-six
yesrs with bladder nnd kidney trouble,
and that eight tattle ot l'ornna nnd
three bottles ot Mauslln entirely cured
'rfk'NSON, SMITH & CO.,
Buyers Save Money
BY attending our SPECIAL CLEARANCE
SALE. This is the last week of
Yee Chan & Co.,
Corner King and Bethel
Manager J. A. Kennedy returned
I rum a trip to the Coast this week. Ho
Mates that thoro Is absolutely no tiuth
In the report that tho Inter-Island com
pnuy lucnils lidding new slcumerB to
Its equipment. The lepalrn on tho
steamer Helciin nre prosiesslng favor
ab'y nnd tdie will bo on tho i utile wlier
Iho ctigar season rturts.
I'eop'e who worn prei'.lrllng n fall
In the price of beets hive mlsrel their
guess so far. The European harvest
ing season is well along ami tlio latest
quotation ror beets Is 11b. !)d. Willed
& Cray Bay something hi the'r htcil
circular ot tint sugar content In th
beets not being ns goo, iih unllclpjtud
which goes to puppin-t !'" Mil"'
tin's reminder Hint In Wall street
thoro Is n clrelo of men who n. iku
money by pulling their money In pi t
.tho iipporlto direction fiom ilnl ice
i nimomk'd hv Iho Illg Ones. The rlirjar
Trust rlrruhirn havo Iipiu predicting u
good sized beut crup of od oiigu
Members of tho Legislature camo to
town today for tho special 'secrlon that
opens Tuesday to pass on thu amend
ments of the Organic Act. it Is fctatol
that there Is sumo opposition In tho
Republican rnuks to tho plan laid down
by tho RoYernor, and also that Speak-
er llolstelu Is anion? tho membors
who wants provision undo for nnnuil
beerlons of the Legislature.
'Tho Henry Wuterhoure Trust Co.,
Ltd., agents for tho United Statos F.
ilellty ft tluarnnty Crr ot Haltlmnro,
Md., liavu 'Mod now powers of nttof
ney naiiu'g It. V I'hlnslo A. N. Camp
boll W. II, Cnslle I). L. WlthliiKlnn,
A. Lewis Jr.. V, O. Smith, V, J.
Forbes and J V Farwcll ns nttnrnryi
This nrtlon wns necessitated by the
l evocation of old pnweis of attorney
on account of removal or death or Iho
Individual!) named In them.
Bulletin Basinets Office none 208.
"yf.rditnrinl Bnnm Winne IM
THAT ABE BETTER THAN YOU CAN GET ANYWHERE
IN THE CITY ABE TO BE HAD AT
WILLIAM F. HELLBEON, PROPRIETOR.. PHONE 45.
Asti Wines Again In the Lead
( Seattle, Wash., Sept. 21, 1909.
Tht official list of awards just published by the Alaska-Yukon-Paciflo Exposition shows
that the ITALIAN-SWISS COLONY has received 'the highest award, for their California Wines.
They have received the only Grand Prize awarded on Cajifornia 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, Burgundy, Ohablis, Claret, Port, Zinfandel, Kaut Sautcrne, Muscat, Madcria,
Riesling, Sautcrne, Tokay, Cabernet, Sherry, Antrclicaj Grape Brandy; Isco Grape Juice,
white; Isco Grape Juice, red.
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