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WATER RESOURCES j
ARE DEALT WITH
Meiuknhall Declares lhat Territory
ShojlJ Undertake Systematic
Investigation on Maji and
W. C. Mcndciihull, Hip geologist
In charge ot the Bioii.nl water l
NCHtlgations f the 1'nliH Httiiui
tlcologlcal Stirtry. linn lubmlttcil n
ici'uit to Mnrston Campbell ion
mining n plan lor the inline study
of the water lettHine ot the Ten I- i
tory. In the course of tils rcpoit ,
"In older to iluteimtne somewhat
tiioi a arcuralcy the inline of tliia
liiiblcm, 1 have extended the time
that I originally platincil to spend
lii-iu li two or Unco wtelis. In or
der In study peisonally the ioti.ll
lions In the Honolulu bantu, and to
becuic dntu for the prepaintlon ot
it report on this Held. In the light
of these liivosllgiitlons mid of such
observations ns It wan possible to
make, dm Ire the leconnolsMiice
entiled out, through J our imirteiy.
en the iHtututa of Maul, Kauai anil
'llnwnll, I am ahlo to lecoiiimend to
5 on the followliiB general plan:
"The fcludy of that portion of the
islnml of Oahu that hn been made
and the report that li to be based
nixiii this Kt ml v Bbouhl bo Simula-
meiitcd by n further study of the !
lcuialmlcr of the lulitut, tlie unni
exults to he embodied In n com
plete leport for the use of water
ucra thioiiKhout the Island. This
woik can be dmc at the same time
mid upon the tame allotment sug
gested below for work upori Kntinl.
"Condition ns roe.iled by doel
opmciits, mid us Indicated by sur
lace (observations are sulllelently
fnvoinble on both Khunl nnd Maul
to Justify the Territory In under
takliiB at ns rally n dnto ns possi
ble, a systematic Investigation ot
the unilerBrounil wntcr resources on
butli of these Islands. Unless other
conditions make it dcslrnblo fiom
the point of view of the Territory
to undcitnko the?e studies Immedi
ately, they should be dolacd until
IfMinirriinliln u'Mrt.- li.iu lii.itn mill, i
pletcd In older that t ho Investlga-j
tni mnv twit lin lmnillrnniipil. nn nt .
pieHcnt, by the nc of an adequate
buse map on which to rcroid his ob
servations. If the plans of the Ter
ilttiry for the early beRlnnlnB of a
topoBrnphlc work are carried out,
thero will probably be no delay In
. the giound water studies bc)ont
that which would normally occur,
because presumably topoBrnphlc
work on at least one of these Islands
will bo completed dtnliiB the np-
piuainiiiR winter, ami ino ueiu
notes of tho toioBrnpher will servo '
ns well for n geologic base ns tho
niBnived map which will bo Issued
AMERICAN OFFICERS OF HIGH RANK
AND OTHERS ENDORSE PE-RU-N
Prominent Peoplo Recom
mend the Kemetly,
Dr. llnrtuiau's World Re
liowncil Catarrh Medicine.
A Remedy for the Crip.
den. V. II. Parson, K U St., N. W.,
n.litiiRton, I). V., w riles as follows!
"Upon ie recommendation of person
al friends and many strong testimonials
to the rlllcBcy of l'eruna In tbo treat
mentor the numerous symptoma of the
Brlpwlth whli'h I bavo been adllutcd
for four months paUt, I havo Urn In
duct d to undergo a treatment ot this
Justly celebrated formula.
"1 feel a decided change, for tho better
by Its uso for one w eck only, especially
In toning up tho flomneli, nnd a conse
quent decided effect upon my appetlto,
"I therefore feel much encouraged
that I am on tbo road to comploto res
"My nnmeroni friends In Texas,
vhtro I bavo bad tho honor to com
mand a brigade ol her cteran cavalry
In a tour-) ear war, may adept tills vol
imtiry testimonial to tbu merit otTo-
ruirn frori a cno of obligation for Its
re-ni-na a Good Tonic.
(len.M.C. Ilutler, of South Carolina.
writes from Washington, D.U., as fol
"I can recommend l'eruna for dyspep'
rlu and lumnch trouble.
"I I m vn I men tislnu jour medicine for
n short period and I fiel very much re
"It Is Indeed a wonderful medicine,
and 1 4 sides a good tonic."
Colds In the Head and Throat.
Uhas. V. llowninn, 1st l.leut. and
Adjt. 4tk M. S. M. Cav. Vols., writes
from Lanhani, Mil., as follows:
"T,Iiour)i somewhat avcrso to patent
aiedlcltus, and still luoro avcrso to be
coming a professional allldavit man, It
seems only a plain duty In tho present
lintiince to add my experience to the
columns already written concerning
tho curittlvo powers ot l'eruna.
"I have been particularly benefited by
Its use for colds In tho head and throat.
"1 have boon ablo to fully euro myself
of a most sevcro attack In forty-eight
hours by Its use according to dlreciions.
"1 use It as a preventive whenever
threatened with an attack.
"Members of my family also uso It for
"Wo are recommending it to onr
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Recommends Pc-ru-na lo
llrlB.Oiu. II. T. Klrby, I fi
Wa. Illusion, D.C., writes j t
concerning l'eruna, as 1
follows t t
"Friend ct mine having
your l'eruna catarrh cure with
results, I am Impressed with
curative qualities, and can rccom
mend It to those who are afflicted.
Usefulness of Pe-ru-na.
Tcruna brings to tbo home tbo com
bined knowledge of several schools of
medicine In tbo treatment of catarrhal
diseases, tho scientific skill and knowl
edge of the pharmacist, nnd tho vast and
varied experience of Dr. llnrtnuti him
self in tho umj of caturrhal remedies.
for Catarrh or the Stomach.
Gen. W. W. DuQlold, Washington, D.
"I bavo used 1'ernna In my family
and liavo found It a valuable medlelno
and take- ple.isiire In recommending It
to all who suffer from catarrh of tho
stomach or who requlru a toiilc of prompt
Used Pc-ru-na Satisfied as to Its Merits
Recommends It to All Sufferers.
Gen. 8. S. Yodcr, 'JXl Md. Ave., N. li., Wash
ington, D.C., writes:
"I desire to say that I have found Peruna
to be a wonderful remedy. I only used It
for a short time and am thoroWehlv satis
fled as to Its merits. I shall gladly mom
I mend ft to all sufferers." I
I I I I I I I I I I I I I I M II I I I I I I I I I ll
DEAFNESS CAUSED BY CATARRH
RELIEVED BY PE-RU-NA.
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Gon. A. M. I.-gg writes from tho Savings Itank llultdiutr, Washington, J
D.t;., as roiiows:
"I tnko pleasure In endorsing tho many recommendations I liavo heard
and read of l'vrhno, because of having had knowledge of tho truth of sot
many ot them.
"Wo always tell our sick and ailing friends of the romedlea that ra have
learned, from uxiwrtonco, were good for us whon ailing In tho same way, and I
I wo do It m a duty we fell that wo owe thuin.
"Why Is It nny tholcs our duty to ndviso nil tho peoplo wo can when
we know-of a g''d i.ndcompnrnlhcly inexpensive remedy that makes many
cures, nnd tM-uuiitd lu almost all cases?
"My own little imsnnal cxperlonco of liclng relieved of deafness, caused
hyaslegoof caUrrh, warrants me in advising all tho afllleted to Just try f
For Kidney Trouble, Coughs,
Gen. A. F. Haw ley, 13.KI 2.1th St., N
W., Washington, D.C., w rites:
"I have used l'eruna and llnd It very
beneficial for kidney trouble, and es
pecially good for coughs, colds and ca
Indigestion and Nervousness.
Gen. Georgo II. Williams, whose
Washington address Is i.'1'l Ilanerolt
Place, writes: "I havo been tor many
years a great friend of l'eruna It has
always helped mo wonderfully. I call
recommend It for Indigestion and nor
vousness without any qualifications. I
am always in possvislon of a supply of
this medicine, aud, Whuii rujulrcd, free
ly uso It," '
When Other Remedies Failed' Pi
rruvru ciucaciuu. j
flon, Geo. V. Honey, National
lain, V. V. V., Ex-Chaplain stli
consln Cavalry. Kx-Treas. 8ta
Wisconsin and Kx-Quartormastor
ral Stale of Texas U. A. It., writes
1700 First street, N.K., Washing
C, as follows:
"I cannot too highly recommend
preparation for tho relief of catasjHl
troubles In their various forms.
"Some members of our own fi
havo nsed It with most gratifylu
When other remedies failed, FetH1
pruved tuoat efficacious and 1 cheorBr
certify lo Its caratlvo excellence."
Pc-ru-na a Standard Treatment
Mr. John U. Nelson, Dayton, Ti
geologist and mining engineer, whl
Captain In the federal Army duffe:
the Civil War, contracted a casejjp I
rheumatism. This malady was wi
slant and persistent, Inducing tlio'fl)
vclopmcnt of other ailments, which N-oi
becumo chronic. Alter taking a cotirs
of l'eruna, Captain Nelson writes: A
"Having beeil painfully afllleted with
chronic rheumatism and tho adjunct
complications for many years, anu aft'r
having received many general a:iJ
special treatments with only temporary
relief, I read your sclentino ticatlsojun
"At my request yon prescribed
special courso ot tbo 1'ernna rcmedl
which I closely followed, and am happy
to report that my rheumatism and
complicated aliments are subdued, ouJ
I feel young again at the ago of ti
"Keason will accept your classlll.a.
tlon of catarrhal diseases as sclenti'm
and true, and the l'eruna remedies a- a
standard treatment for them. 1 thank
you heartily for your skilled and logical
Retained Health and Strenfth.
Mr. Fred 1'. Allen, Special Agent
Fidelity it Casualty Co., 300 Hlboiini
"Alxmt two years ago I was troub d
with bronchltlc asthma, and was trcM d
by tbo best physician! In our city, )ui
receiving no benefit from thorn, I began
to despair lest I should not rocover.
"I wrote to Dr. Uartman and h pre
scribed for me. Uy faithfully follow m
hlB directions, In Six months I was cur.nl
of the asthma and the cough bad di.ap
pcarcd entirely. 1 regained my hcilib
and strength, and tho twenty-five pounnt
which had lost, and am thankful to ay
that I am as well at evtr,"
For flee book of testimonials addirti
Tho l'eruna Drug Manufacturing Com
pany, Columbus, Ohio.
ARMY AND. NAVY
Acting upun the udvlco of Joo
I'. Johnston, n postoUlce Inspector. V
tho tinvy department has estuiiiisu
id tho precedent of trying by naval
court those who on nnvnl vcssoU
lolnlo tho postul laws. It puts Into
effect tho theory of concurrent Juris
diction of navnl with civil courtH
to try offenses committed on ship
board. This Is In lino with tho
claim of concurrent Jurisdiction put
turth by peneral couits-mnrtlal, nl
teady sustained by the Supreme
Court of tho United States. At Seat
tle olio of tho apprentices on board
c::e of the fiBhtlng ships sent
through tho mulls nn obsceno let
ter to n oung woman. The hitter
refer led tho matter to Johnston,
who suggested to the commander ot
tho cruiser that the matter be taken
up by n nnvnl com t. This was done,
nnd tho lad was found guilty; his
fcvntenco was twenty days' linprlion
nient with n stoppa,;o of thirteen
dollars of his pay. As his previous
churactor was good the ofllccrtf nte
satisfied that his punishment wns
nucriuate. All tho oir.cci'H of tho
navy peal; enthusiastically of tho
lesult of being able to bundle such
offences committed by their own men
when on foielgn station, as well ns
nt h'jme ports.
Can Not Coinmond In Army.
The Sccicturj or War has Issued
o general order to tho effect that
In tho absence of specific orders
Irom tho President deUchlng officers
of the Mai Ino Corps for service with
tho At my, the U'Sil Aitlclo of War
docs not nuthorlzo such onlceiB to
coinuinnd troops of tho Army, and
such offlcera will neither bo nsslgndc
nor permitted by commanding gen
erals or other ofllcoia of tho Army
to command troops of ttio Army on
At my transpoits or elsewhere.
"Foreign Invasion of the-United
States' between Now York and Ilos
ton U n military Impossibility, dec
lared AlaJ. Cien. Daniel H. Sickles
U. S. A., retired, at tho close of tho
New KtiKland War game held In Au-i
"The opcrntlnn of theso 14,000
tioups demonstrated that tho North-(
cm national guard Is sufficient In
lelnforclng the regulars.
"The maneuvers showed great Itu
pi moment In military efficiency ov
er those of twonty yenra ngo. Tho
leglnientnl formation, tho detail of
equipments, arms and ammunition,
tho commlsary and transport me
thods of both statu and national
tioops permit a nulck mobilization
of an effectlvo force, a condition ot
things vastly different from that ot
5308. Thu soldiers of tho licit nnd
blue nrmlcs, with their heavy artil
lerymen to rclnforco tho coast forts
and the Infantry tn guaid tho rear
of the formications nnd repel land
ing pat tics, tOBether with effective
commissary offlccis, mo u most re
EsurlnB fnct and one that will bo
tcilously pondcied over by European
general stuff plans against tho time
when they may be ordered on ait
Invasion of the United States."
That American Lake near Tncoma
Is particularly adapted In every de
tail, not only for it maneuvering
giound, but for n permanent army
post. Is the. opinion of MaJ. (Ion. J.
Franklin Hell, chief ot tho staff or
the United States Army according to
Tacnmans who accompanied hlni on n
tour ot Inspection or tho grounds.
THERE is no odor
in Ivory Soap; no
"free" alkali to
irritate your skin or in
jure your clothes; no
chemicals; no coloring
matter; nothing but
soap; soap that is almost
Equally available for
bath, toilet and fine
994ioo Per Cent. Pure
It Is believed by those who heurd
Gen. Hell exptcss his opinion nt tho
close ot the trip that ha will rec
ommend tho purchubc ot tho silo by
tho federal governcmiit upon his re
turn to Washington, lh C.
Accompanied by his aide, Unpt. !'.
W. Slndeu, and several Tu'comn men.
Gen. Hell mudo n thorough ltnestl
gatlon ot the grounds surioundlng
American Lake some weeks ngo.
Gen. Hell showed no hesitancy In
nyliiB thnt the American I.ako
Biuunds seemed Ideal In every par
ticular for nn army encampment or
post. Ho inqulied concerning Its
every feuture and fccemcd Bic.itly
pleased with Its topography, Its ac
cessibility to deop water, Its water
supply anil Its railroad facilities.
Gen. Hell Is raid to liavo liceii
chiefly Interested In the local Ion ot
Aincilcnu I.ako near I'uget Sound.
Army requirements arc that ii post
or encampment slto ho sulllelently
near deep water to facilitate tho
transportation or troops yet rnr
cnouglr away to ho protected fiom
nny warships or tho enemy.
Tho fact that fien. Hell, becond
highest ranking officer In the Unit
ed States nrmy, expressed opinions
similar lo thoso of President Tnft
when, ns socretary of wnr, he In
spected the gi minds, loads to the
belief thnt ho ma advocate Its pur
chase by thu bo eminent upon bin
let inn to tho national capital anc.
that this Indorsement may ho bet
muled by the 1'iesldcnt hniseir.
President Tart hns nnnoiinred his
dcteimlnntloii to I educe, the enlisted
ktrcngth or tho Army by 8,000 men.
Humming piosporlty Is having Its
effect on rcc, lilting men for tho
United Stales Army, ntiiMng It ntoio
difficult to keep up the standard es
tablished dtnliiB the tlmo following
tho panic of 1007, when splendid
material was ntnllnhlo fmm tho
i anl.s of tho unemployed. The nil
thnrUcil htrcngth ur tho Army Is
81,500 men, exclusive or tho hna
pltul coips, which' mimhcis 3,300
It will ncjt be ii haul mutter.
tliPicforu, to teducu thu slzu'or tho
ct.indlng Army, In iicconlaneo with
1'iesldont Tatfs wishes. Possibly
the cause for this icuttctloii is the
difficult of obtaining mc.Ml ,t tl(,
teal season Is ono of cciinomv. i!v.
ciy man i educed menus a i-atliiB1
.of $1,000 nsm-nr nncl'lf rlu. ,. .,!,,... !
tlon proposed I caches 8.000 men by
July 1st next, the lot.il nnnintl sav
lllB will niuoiint to ?i, 000, 00Q u
Hill lug tho Spanish-American
theio wns n regiment. It seemi, re
cruited troni Conschohockcn, Cluua
iniiiMin, Wnwa and Manunkn Chunk,
nnd the ladles or thoso Pennsylva
nia towns got together after thu re
glmont's doparttuu and mudo n lot
of pnjur.ai for tho Mildlors, says tho
Philadelphia Ledger. Pajamas were
n new thing In thoso days; smnrt :
excluslv nnd to forth; tho oidln- ,
nry man woie u nightshirt,
Tho pajamas, in u half-dozen big ,
pucklng cases, went duty Citbawuids,
but no word of tholr arilval eVer
came back. Tho ladles walled about
n month. Thoy then wired to tho
colonel, nsenlui; whole-toulcd Cou
Anxious lo know If you gut tho '
pajamas lust mouth.''
Tho colonel hud never hoard of
pajamas. Ho last wlic.l hack:
"Sloiy Is it lie out of whole doth,
probably fubilculed ny enemies lo
ruin mo politically. Admit am not
lotal abstainer, hut never had pa- j
J itnns laht mouth or any other I
iBg" yv nwv-y jsrcrTwiTrr.r-v f . i f yyjyy
AcniuJ Army F.CRulations. i
'I ho Secietary of War has amepd
ed Parngrnph SI r Army Ilegutn
llnns h adding the following clausu; .
"Thoso In command or territorial
divisions or departments wilt nut
grant Icuiuj to themselves to pass
beyi.inl tho limits of their own com
mands without Ilrst obtnli.'.ig tho
f.uictloii of higher authority.''
The icmnlnder ot tho parngrnph
leads us followu:
"Tho comiiKinder of n tactical dl
llcu or heparnle hrigado ihay srant
knvi.8 for ono month, tho lommund
or or it lorps or department tor two
nuinthb, the coiumander or u terrl
tii.lul division or t'.epartiuent nut
part of a dlvirloii for fuur months;
or they mny extend to sitcli poinds
thn.e atic.idy gi anted. Appllcutlous
fur lt.ics of nioi'u thuii fom uiiiiitlis
duiution, nr fiom oillcci'H of tho stale
corps and dcpait.nenla for moio than
ono month, will bo fin warded for
the m Hon of thu Wnr Department.,
Cuieinl officii! s stationed wlllilu the
ibiitliiont.il limits of tho United
Stales will not Brant themselvci
leaves In pass bejond thoso limits,
nur will gelieinl officers Bervlug III
tho Piilllpplncs Dlvlslou grant them
iohca leuvoi to go beyond tho limits
if Unit dlvlbliin," I
Hanacd for Kllllnn Wcmsn. Snlom,
Oie. t)ct. 22. '.lath Juucljag, ciiuvlet
td or tho muulor or M.ry Sehiln..(i'r
fi.fon Cty. wau I nu.id ut ihi
HJti p bou hero today. Iho li-mUu j
was aecomp.ltliud without special lucl
ivr J ? s
THE NEW PAINT '
For Indoors and Out
At last we have a perfect paint; a paint specially epared
10 meet climatic conditions in the Hawaiian Islantk. The salt air
and humidity of this climate requires a different paint than that
prepared for climates subject to extremes of heat and cold. Long
experience has proven to us that this is a fact.
After a great deal of study and experiment we have evolved
a paint that meets island conditions perfectly. That paint is
ARMORITE. We predict for ARMORITE a 'greater sale
than any other paint in this Territory as soon as the public be
comes acquainted with its merits. It will endure the salt air and
preserve its lustre. It has greatacovering capacity and can be
obtained in a multitude of beautifuj colors and shades. It is the
only house paint made specially for this climate.
We unqualifiedly recommend ARMORITE We will
return the money to anyone who uses Armorke and is not satisfied.
HANDSOME COLOR CATALOG FREE
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO., Ltd.
The fo'lowin wholesale druggist will supply the retail trade; benson, smith & co., Honolulu, Hawaii
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