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nvnNiNo iwixrtin, Honolulu, t h, wtdniisday, nov. it, 'on.
CASE OF BROHGHUL CATARRH
PROMPTLY RELIEVED BY PE-RU-NA.
or 3 T&
What Army and Navy
: Folk Are Doing
J. C Hemis Pcllolier, Djp't de l'ArisuUurc, Ottawa, Oat, wrilei:
"The Fcrt.na is particularly ofiicrxia us in the euro of catanhil
affections of tho lans rr.d bronchial lubes, and it is in consequence tho
remedy mest appreihted here in Ottawa. Sis bottles cured mo this
winter of bionclutis I am completely rtttorcd and I owo thanks to the
Ternna. I havo recommended this remedy to a larc number of my
fricud3 r.GUctsd with the tamo trouble, and they have verified my good
opinion of this aluablo remedy,"
CATAItltll of tlio lirniirlilal lube'
often very qiilrMy lie, me eat irrli J
(it tliu lunr-. ( atnrrh of tlic 1 1 1 1 1 -
Iliai,? Iliu Kind!! uu ny vioitlll lu uiw
germs tlit poiiho tutieretilusl. S. 111 ml
lung rotoct tliomclcs against dis
l'eruna lun nequlreil n laxtlng reputa
tion In rellev-luc catarrh ( tlio tliront,
bruuelital tulic ami lulls.. Thin vliotiltt
prevent tlio tulwreular bicllll (rum gain
tw; any footlwilil in ibi lung, anil raves
ll,o v'li'iit from tho luov Itablo result.
Tlio following wholesale druggist
will supply tlio retail trn'lo:
l'ullalcli Ilcralil, fiirinprly l'rlnrlpilot
tlio ai'liooU ill CiuriTiMi, Iilaliu. U. S. A.,
"Vorsnme tlmo 1 suffered with ea
tirrh uf tha tlirmt ami bronchial tulip.
I tried many reiiietlle. but could llnJ
untiling th.it would glvo mo relief.
"1'lti illy I tried l'cruna. Three bottks
cured me, mn Jo mo sound and null. I
t-elli'olt vvl.l du as inueli for utlion
an it did for me. I shall bo glad to
recommend It to tliosu suffering with
A question of ilvll mill tnllltnry
jitil'dlellim was riilseil lu Manila In
icjiiiH'ctluii nth the nrir-st of II. 0.
Sinth,a ftticclnl pulli email on tho
iltv police forio. Tlio tnllltnri au
thorities iiIUkciI he was it deserter
hum Hatter) I), h V. 8 Artillery,
after t'OtuinlttltiK Inrcenv, hi nnmu
then IiuIiik Riven tin .lnepli (t. Mc
Cartney, Ktnllh il.ilmetl that In;
never uiih n tohllor In the Ameri
can At my, itinl his emtUM'l linked for
n will of habeas inrnus on tho
(,'romul that mllltnr) nuthorltles hml
no rlcht to huhl n Chilian not In
the mllltnr) employ or loiiiIiik un
der tho jiirlxilUtlon of u military
(initt. I.letil Cnl. Arthur C. Diu.it,
2tH h Inf., ccimiiKHiilIni; the Knrrison
where Smith was held, ret up In
((Hilt tlii. claim that the ceitlllinto
of tho CoiimiamlliiK (icnernl of the'
Division, to tho effect that the pris
oner Is held for ttlnl for u mllltniy
offense. Is u conclusive return to u
write of hnhe.-i!) en r pus. Colonel l)u
lat wan iieeotnpaiiled lu (ourt by
Cipt. Chillies I). UoherlK. ActlltR J.
V, Depiirtiucnt of Luzon.
Hbp "utiitluti, -lull feel In length, nt
n 'deplh of watei Mifflelenl to nllow
thu lament bIiIim l Ihe navy to ro
'oltiilRtlde ut mi) BtiiRC ot the title
to tulie In fuel, whlih will be con
cjcil to the beriltliiK stations In
imilni fitted under u R.inTsway coti
nectlni; with the sltoie. For tho. pie
sent, hoses Ci ft ft In leitKlh villi
be lined for Ihe illsrlinrnc of nil fuel
Iroin the oil ste.uner nnd for draw
ing Its Hiippl) for wnr escU front
nlJ.NSON, SMITH & CO.,
n t1 '-ilivj
M0?r Stearns1 Elecfric I A
jf RATand ROACH Pattt V
lit n paper rend at the Lnlie Mo
houl: lndlnn Confereure b) Major
(eotge- II. Sheltun, of tho lliiienu
of Insular Affair, Washington, I).
C, fin Jntni'M . Ilailionl, l'. S. A.,
tttplnlji, 11th Cnv., toftircil, nnd As
slst.iut Chief, I'hllliiplno Couslaliu
Ini). ll wiih suited that the great
m.ijorlt) of the rillpluni nre the
poor lllni;ei8 toll I lie nnd enduring
In good teutons iitnl bad, with mi
ntiestlonlng aditilcecente lu condi
tions us they me, asking only to be
let nltmo nnd to enjoy a reasonable
measure of piosperlt). This great
mnjoilty Is Utile Interested In po
llute. Qui) u small educated mill
otlty elatnors for olllte or Indepen
dence, thertb) gMtig the Inipres
tlon Hint the people genornlly de
klro Belf-goxermiient. In tho univer
sal desire of tho rillpinns for edu-
latlon Is to he" found the ultimate
solution ot the Philippine problem.
Hen. J. 11. Aleshlrc, (luailerinaster
licncral. U. S. A., under dale of Oct.
I, limit, Issues u handy memoranda
lelatlvo lo the Hag of Hie United
States nnd oilier lings furnished li
the (Mitllermnster's Department.
The memoranda glies n hlntorj or
Hie Slam and Stripes nnd shows the
present mrniigemcnt of the slnrs.
The II.iAs described nre thoe for the
1'iesldent of the United Slntes, Scc
rutai) of "nr, Assistant Sootctnry
of War. nallonal Kilors leglmcnlul
Kliindaids for Cavalry and Held Ai
lllleiy, guidons, laiup loIois, piovl
blonal division flags mid hilgade
lieniinnt.4, ling for thief umpire, hot
pllal Ilng4 ami guidons, boat llags
and pennants, ensigns, harbor boat;
Jatks, harbor boat; pennants - for
harbor boats, submarine boat Hags
nnd (iiarlermaster's guidons.
Hear Admlial Hlles II. Ilarber, of
the United States Navy, has select
til for the site for the new naval
sanatorium the town of llnKiilii, tho
mountain capital of llcngiiet, Island
of Luzon. Sixty ncres are expected
to be occupied before Hie completion
of tho vanatorliini. The se'uction
of tho site probably will lend to the
abandonment of Hie naval hospital
lit Yokohama. In December, 191)0,
the Philippine Commission proposed
lite construction of a government
inllroad fort)-nlnc miles long from
Diigupan, the northern terminus of
the Manila railroad, to llagulo, and
the establishment there of n smut
torlitm for troops serving In the
Philippines, lo avoid sending llieni
to the United Slates or Japan for
The King of Slam reccnUy ex
prosed ti desliu to establish arma
ment factories In his country after
the Utiropenn plan, nnd It Is now
t.ald his wIbIics may soon be realiz
ed. It Is not Impiobable that tho
King will follow his own example,
lu connection with Ills reorganized
llnaiue mid woods and forests de
partments, mid apply to the govern
ment of India for the services of n
responsible official to Inaugurate his
scheme. Wherever possible native In
genuity nnd labor will bo requisi
tioned. Consul Albert lliilstcnd
writes from Unglmiil to Dally nnd
Consular Trndo Reports that this Is
mi Opportunity for American fac
tories to enter llilo completion with
the Mrltlsh for contracts from Slam.
"Y"0U should have a
HAT made from one K
of our new French Models
just received from the
DUNN'S HAT SHOP
Who has taste and with
es to buy a perfect
home in the beautiful
residence district of
Makiki. We have a
which cost to build
$16,000, and the land
alone having- a value
of $5,000. The owner
will sell nnd is willing
to sacrifice the place
A lovely bungnlow: 3
rooms. Lot 100x150. 4,700.00
Ask your druggist lor Ihe genuine end see that the name I.J, Keirney U on every pickige.
Heady mixed for use. More reliablo and easier to uvj than powders. Druggists will
refund your money if it falls to exterminate cockroaches, waterbugs, rats, mice, etc
S ox. box 25c, 16 ox. box $1.00. At drugfUu or axprvM prepaid,
STEARNS ELECTRIC PASTE CO- CH1CACO.ILU
For Sale Everywhere
The Science of Dyeing
Is understood perfectly by the I Thomas Dyeing Works.
THE FUENCID LAUNDRY. Agent.
J. Abadio, Prop. ' ,258 Hcretanin St.
MUMMNCTON, VI., Ort. 2.
(ienetnl Oliver O. Howard, last of
tho union tomnimideiH of the civil
war, died at his home here tonight.
He was "!' )cnrs old.
!.nstweck (ieneinl Howmd was
In Ontmlo deliveilng his lecture on
"Abraham l.intoln." Monday he re
turned home ami uppui cutty was In
his usual good health. Tonight he
was attacked by heart tumble and
was dead when n ph)blclnii leached
Including (ieneinl llowmd's servi
ces in tho Indian vims, ho probably
was In mote engagements than any
other ollUer lu the United States
tinny, lie was hoi u lu l.icds, Me.,
November 8, 1830.
1'our ltugo steel tanks for tho
storage .of ZD.OOU tons of oil fuel
for bhlps of tho MilHsh uav) have
been Installed on the l'oit 'VIctoMa
hanlv of the Meilivny, about tin t-o
miles from Shecrness, ami already
thero linn been discharged 0,000 tons
oT oil fuel Into two of tho tanks.
It Is proposed to constiucl a beith-
The annual election of olllccrs or
the Naval Institute, ((imposed ot olll
leis of the II. S. Navy, throughout
tlii' w.Hi i,ji I fornii'i f. the dis
cussion of nnvnl subjects, took phuo
tit Annapolli. Md.. Oct S. nnd le-
fitllcd as follows I'icililciit, Hear
Alltnlrnt IHrhnr,! W'filnu'tlirlit ir U
N'.; secietai) ami tre.iMirer, Profes
sor I', it. ,vgei v S. ?.; Hoard of
Control, dipt. C A. (love. Conidr. (I.
it riaik, Conidr John Hood. Conidr.
V II. (I. Illlt'lllil Coimlr II 1'. llrv.
mi. I.leut Condi, Cenige It. Mar
vi'll. U. S N. The Siipeilntetident
of the Naval Auidtni), dipt. J. M.
How)er. Is vile presldont px-offlelo.
A tepoit on tho subject of horsos
has been ici idled by tho CJuai'ler
in.ister Ceneinl from an officer who
has been looking into Iliu situation
In low ii Hie tenor of which Is thai
Inn ses suitable for cavalry and ar
tlllei) arc scmee mid high tlivrc, as
In most of the Central Western
stntes. The dealers generally ex
pre no special deslio to deal In
mllllni) animals, as there Is little
or no profit In them at the aveiago
contract price. The officer staled
Hint he did not believe all order for
five or six cm loads of horses inulil
lie filled lu the territory hu eovei
ul. I'lne work at tnrget practlco with
time-Inch UHes was done at Port
Adams, H. 1 0(t. 13, by the lll'Jtli
Coast Artillery Company, coiiimaiided
by Capt. Unity .1. Watson, O. A. C.
Sixteen binds and ns many hits vve'u
eeouled nt a Hunting target 2,000
Muds distant, towed by the nutirter
miiMcr's Bteamcr (iencral Arnold,
inakliig fi.8 miles nn hour. Tha
prai Hie with two rifles was coni-
, pleted within otio mlnuto, Tho tar
get was ten feet high and twenty
A home on Kapioloni St.
8 rooms. Lot 75x125. 3,700.00
Lot near car line.
A C-room bungalow. Lot
176x436, near Wain
lae Road 1,550.00
Six-room cottage j newly
and repaired; lot 50x
Seven room cottage, on
lot 75x140 1,600.00
Scvcn-rpom house, on lot
planted with fruit
trees; everything in
apple-pie order. Lot ,
50x150. A bargain.. 2,750.00
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..BULLETIN ADVERTISER APPRECIATES RE3ULTS.
TIiIb frank acknowledgment of returns from II u 1 1 e 1 1 n ndver
Using, could bo tiulhfully bo miiilo by every llu II el In ndverllsor
If n test was madu:
Honolulu,' T. II., Oct. 20, 1919.
Mnniger K v c n I n g H u 1 1 o II n. City.
Dear Sir: It Ir a pleasure to Inform jou that our nilvuitlsetuent
on Hed Seal 'Carbm.g has broughl iihotit tlio Increased sale and pop.
ulailly of tho naino. In fact, our lecent advertlsunietit In )our paper
has liroiutlil ubout iicliinl results vvllhoiit penonal solh Itatfons.
v Yours very liuly,
OITICK SUPIM.V CO., LTD..
Chns. N. AliiKiuez.
Tho resulls fioni Mill In 1 1 n ndvertlclng Is nccottnled for In tho
fart that ninety per rent of thu Hngllsh reading .public of Hawaii
road tlio Kvchlug- Bulletin. Why not piollt by olheis" ndver
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New Line of
Lace and Silk Trimmings
You are asked to see them
On Fort St. A six-room
nouse bou.uu .
If You Don't Know
That .our lodas are the best to be had in the city, it
is because you have never tried them. A trial case will
convince you that in the manufacture of soda water we
are in a class bv onnehei.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
JOHN SCHLIEFF, Manauer. Telephone 71.
Don't put off until to
morrow what you
should do today. To
morrow never comes.
Good times are corn
in? to Hawaii, and
what arc bargains to
day will not be avail
able tomorrow. We
have over 300 proper
ties listed. Call and
see us about them.
Phone 152. 82 King St
A. V. PEAR, MANAGER.
Pau Ka liana
THE ENEMY TO DIET.
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