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EVKNMNO DULLET1N, HONOLULU, T, It., WEDNESDAY, jVov. U, 09,
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ONE OF THE HAPPY HOMES IN CANADA
WHERE PE-RU-NA IS USED IN THE FAMILY.
A Great Many Mothers Have Discovered That a Few Doses of
Peruna Given at the Right Time Prevent Much Sickness.
IMY DOLLY 13 WELL
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Mrs. lUta Hooker, Dundurn, Bask.,
X. V. T Can., wrltea: "I suffered
with Internal catarrh until I wrote
lo Dr. Hirtman, and after taking
treatment aa he advised I can say I
am now enred of this most trying
affliction, for which I am truly
thankful. I think Peruna the beat
medicine for catarrh. I never felt
better In my life than I do at pres
ent." In a later letter Mrs. Hooker aaya:
"I can truthfully ,oay from experi
ence Peruna la a most wonderful
medicine, and In tho caso of my little
daughter, Htsle Hooker, It did all I
could wish for, and I am entirely
tiling that you may publish a testi
monial In regard to her cure."
Mrs. Rchopfer, 6fc Prescott Ave, 8k
I.nuls, Missouri, U. S. A., wrltea i
"In the early part of laat year I wrote
to yon for advice for my daughter Alice,
four years of age. Sho waa a puny,
ilckly, alllnt child since aha waa born.
Hho had convulsions and catarrhal
"I was alwaya doctoring until we com
menced to uso Peruna. Bhtgrew ttrong
"Peruna la a wonderful tonic the beat
medicine I have ever used.
"I waa In a very wretched condition
when I commenced to take Peruna. I
had catarrh all through my whole body,
Jul thank God, your medicine at dm ail
The following" wholesale druggists w
Honolulu's present limited area can take care of ten times her present population, but
her future population will have to pay ten times the present prices for her limited area..
Honolulu today is a cosmopolitan city with a limited area, and a few years hence will
be a large metropolitan city with a small area. Unlike the mainland cities, Honolulu cannot
spread out. On the west are the low levels of the Oriental quarters; on the north the Koolau
Mountains, and on the south and east the sea; thus giving the city a permanent oblong shape.
These limits are fixed by Providence and will alwavs remain the same. Honolulu moving along
with this progressive and Panama age has a population rapidly increasing, with millions of dol
lars for development. This increase in population and development must be provided for by
the same area'Honolul.u has always had and always will have. Greater Honolulu must live in
the same space that is now required for the present Honolulu. With such conditions it is abso
lutely certain that city ptoperty, especially residential property, will increase many times its
present value. The business men are just beginning to realize Honolulu's limited 'situation and
have practically withdrawn all the downtown business property from the market, while the trus
tees of the large wealthy estates are leasing rather than selling residential property. Every
youner man, young lady and married couple desiring a good investment, as well as providing a
beautiful homesite for the future, should take the advantage of our liberal offer in the Kaimuki
New Ocean View District and thereby become a part owntr of Honolulu's limited area, that some
day will have an unlimited value. '
Kaimuki Land Co!, Ltd.,
Honolulu, T.H. .
Wc frame pictures to your order,
using our taste when requested.
M rs. Earnest IIo:bmutb, 1701 Maple St., Dei Moln a, low. 0. 8. A.,
"Two year ago our little bor, Herman, waa taken down with
scarlet fever. Ho took cold with It, and Instead of the eruption
coming to the anrface, they affected hid lungs and stomach.
Tor weeks we watched by hi bedside, hardly expecting him to
live from one hour to the next, finally, ho became a little better,
and waa able to sltup. '
Then he commenced to cough, and In spite ot every thing we could
do, ho seemed to get worn all the time. Ilia coughing apella would
ImI until he waa completely exhausted, and hla lunge hurt him a
great ileal, livery body thought he had consumption.
-,ve mougiii wo wouiu try
cTeryining rise, and began
no niui ukdq iwo Domes ne
"Ho has not seen a alek
"We shall alway
right. 1 would not have any other
"Peruna cured my baby boy ot a very
bad apell of cold and fever. He la a big,
healthy boy fifteen months old. I hava
given him Peruna off and on alnce ha
waa born. I think that la why he la
"I cannot pralsoPernna enough. We
have not had a doctor alnce we began to
use Peruna all pralso to It."
Child Now Healthy.
Mra. 0. W. Heard, of Howth, Texaa,
U. S. A., wrltea to Dr. Uartman In regard
to her baby girl, Ruby t
"My Ultle girl waa two yeara old thla
January. She had some derangement
of the bowel. She waa a mere skele
ton, and we did not think ahe would
ever get well.
"She had been sick thrae or fonr
months, and after giving her leaa than
one bottte of Peruna ahe waa aonnd and
"I fonnd tho Pernna splendid for
wind colic, with which aba waa troubled
ill supply the retail trade : BENSON.
Their Boy's Life.
rerun a. We bought a bottle, quit
m Hiring mm i
ha vrmm tpf.i.ll.
giving lilm Peruna aa directed. After
was perreciiy cured
i a slok day alnce, and Is a hearty, healthy hoy.
a pralae Peruna, for It saved our boy's life,"
when thtbeg an to Improve In ttrengtu
"Mow ahe has a good appetite and Is
picture of health."
Baby With Indigestion.
Mra. J. M, Drown, Dunnegan, Mis
eourl,U. 8. A., writes :
"My little daughter, three yeara old,
waa troubled with a very bad cough,
which remained after an attack of ca
tarrhal fever, which waa a great deal
worae at -night. Sha wonld wake up
out of her aleep and cough until I
feared ahe could not atand It. Nothing
that we gave her seemed to do her any
"I then concluded to aentl for Dr.
Hartman'a book, entitled 'Tho Ilia of
Life,' which I promptly received. I at
the same time commenced giving hr
Peruna. She haa taken one bottle in
all, through which she haa obtained
"She also slnco her birth waa troubled
with Indlgeitlon, but since ahe has
taken Peruna ahe can eat almost any
kind of food without any bad results.
"She la now at well and happy aa
any ltttlcglrl can be. When our friends
say how well ahe looks, I tell them
Peruna did It. I shall alwaya be a
friend of Peruna, aa I consider It the
beat medicine for congha and Indiges
tion wo have over tried, and will rec
ommend It to any one similarly af
flicted." 'Child Benefited by Pe-ru-na.
Mrs. Frits Roclhe, Ptnckneyvllle,
Illinois, U. S. A., writes :
"I feel real well, and am glad I am
able to say this. Ono of my children
had a layer tor five month, nothing
would help him. The doctor said It
waa malarial fever, but his medicine
did not help him at all,
him immediately, and so far he baa not
had another attack of It.
"When I wrote to Dr. Hartman I was
unable la do my homework, now I aaa
SMITH & CO.. Honolulu, Hawaii.
These frames we are showing are
unusual, the hand carving is artist
ically done, and the designs are rare
ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOP,
FORT BELOW KING STREET.
ARRANGEMENTS MADE FOR THE
RECEPTION OF ONE TH0US
i AND VISITORS "SUNBEAM"
I Klnnl plans wore completed es
terdny for the opening nf the Knplo
Irnl Children's Hospital tomorrow.
The "Sunbeam" clnn of the Ccn
trnl Union Church Sunday School,
which hns donated SfiOO to the gen
eral endowment fund, will bo es
pecially honored fnr their labors by
tho placing of a "Sunbeam Hcd" on
the lower storj of tho main build
ing. , 'At thrro o'clock tomorrow nflcr
noon the opening exercises will be
gin. A. S. Wilcox, who donated
$(!, 000 toward the good work, nntl
hns been n prime factor In tho movo
since the first nail wns driven, will
I speak to the tlsltorg nt the opening
Judge Dole will be another Bponk
ci to entertain thoso present with n
synopsis of the work In hnnd' nnrt
what In proposed for the future.
The Institution will ho open from
top to bottom for tho reception of
lsltors. Tho hospital Is a llttlo bo
)ond tho homo of P. C. Jones.
A thousand visitors aro expected
on opening day, and refreshments
for that number have been arranged
On the "dry town" question Prince
Cupid Is quoted ns saying:
I "I am decidedly opposed to federal
'prohibition of tho liquor trade. 1
! believe that the enactment by Con
gress of a prohibition act for Ha
waii would he tantamount to an nd
crtlsement that wo aro not capable,
of self government and that Con
gress had been obliged to tnko tho
matter out of our hands and pass n
law to protect us because we could
not protect ourselves.
"If a prohibition btlt Is Introduced
In tho Legislature I will support It
und work for It not because I be
lieve In ptohlhltlun msclf, but for
the good of my people. I would
lather see a limitation of the num
ber of saloons, but If we cannot hnvo
that I am In fnor of prohibition."
The delegate Is decidedly In fnvor
of completely abolishing the low
groggery''Where the vilest of concoc
tions nre dealt out to the natives
who never patronize a saloon where
in some standard of purity Is sold.
He believes that five or six good sa
loons would be quite sufficient for
tho drinking public of Honolulu.
Tho fliand Jury bus thrown Its hooks
(lnto Willie Crawford again. That lit
tle deal about the $(0 bribe chnrgo
which seemed to have died without
pain, has been pulled back to life and
now there Is ptlikla for Crawford.
Tho Grand Jury, after looking Into
tho charge, have thought another In-
estlgatlon or bo will not hurt Wllllo,
In fact, will sort of keep him In condi
tion, hence the coming Investigation
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REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Nov. 22, 1909,
from 10:30 a. m. to 4:30 p. m.
Kamui'lii ct Hi tu l'loneer Mill Co
James L Holt and wf to Koolau Rail
way Co Ltd P
Lou rok to Leo Tun M
Kclllo M Haley and IibIi to Dank of
Hawaii, Lid JI
D II Case to Cyrus T Green Rol
.lames W Kershner and wf to Cyrus
T Orecn n
Entered for Record Nov. 23, 1909,
from 8:30 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
lictuelu to V M S Llndsoy I,
George C Hewitt to J II S Martin.. llel
Knlaulehua Nalho and hsb to Wm P
i rnnclsco de K Lopez mid wf to Ma
ria do J U Cabral .'. , , . D
Maria Victor to O H Vicars '. ,D
Daniel Lovell and wf to W Hdo
CASTOR I A
Tor Infants and Cbildrtn.
Fhe Kin j You Have Always Bought
THANKSGIVING DAY .
Pies and Pastry
We have an established reputation for selling tine
PIES AND PASTRY. This year we will add to it by offer
ing unusually good things in this line. Note prices:
REGULAR HOME-MADE MINCE. 25c and 35o
ft EXTRA SOCents and $1.00
PUMPKIN, 25o EXTRA 60 Cents
Cranberry, 25o EXTRA 50 Cents
SQUASH. 25c EXTRA 60 Cents
PLUM PUDDIN0, 25c EXTRA 50 Cents
Other pies at the usual prices, The pastry will be
fresh, as an additional force will be engaged in the baking.
Send in Tour Order Today
Hotel St., near Union.
If you want a real good mattress and want to get it
for the least money come to this store. We have hair,
moss, elastic felt and other kinds of mattresses, all made
beautifully and priced so low that you'll be surprised, es
pecially if you have priced mattresses elsewhere. All
sizes. Come and see them. 6
HONOLULU WIRE BED CO.,
King and Alakea.
LOOK, READ, BUY
Lot Pearl City, 60x180; a snap
Metcalf Ave., 7-room bungalow; lot
Emma St., near Vineyard; 6 rooms;
Puunui District; 5 rooms and bath; lot 60x140 1,600.00
Kinau St.; 6-room bungalow; 3 bedrooms; 'lot 50x90 2,700.00
Kapiolani St., above Lunalilo; 8 rooms 3,750.00
83 Merchant St.
Beats anything on the market for the home laundry.
White in color, high grade, and costs no more than com
Sold by All Grocers
BEST WOOD AND COAL
Finest grades,, low est prices and prompt delivery. Or
der from v ' 1
I a- naiiaaa.aH
Honolulu Construction ,fc Draying Co.,
Phone 281 Office Fort St.. opp. W. o Irwin & Co.
Transfer Co.,- Ltd.
Furniture and Piano Moving,
J. S. Bailey.
lot 45x100 2,700.00
Who has taste and wish
es to buy a perfect
home in the beautiful
residence district of
Makiki. Wc have n
which cost to build
$16,000, and the land
alone having a value
of $5,000. The owner
will sell and is willing
to sacrifice the place
A lovely bungalow; 0
rooms. Lot 100x150. 4,700.00
A home on Kapiolani St.
8 rooms. Lot 75x125. 3,700.00
Lot near car line.
A 6-room bungalow. Lot
176x436, near Waia
lac Road .' 1,550.00 '
Six-room cottage; newly
and repaired; lot, 50x
Seven -room cottage, on
lot 75x140 1,600.00
Seven-room house, on lot
planted .with fruit
trees; everything in
apple-pie order. Lot
50x150. A bargain.. 2,750.00
On Fort St. A six-room
Don't put off until to
morrow -what you
should do today. To
morrow never comes.
Good times arc com
ing 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. GEAR, MANAGER.
Public Utility Bonds
REAL ESTATE INVESTMENTS
Charles A. Stanton,
Room 38 Alexander Young Building.
Honolulu, T. H.
Dr. J. H. . Raymond
JfrlXtUUlAN AND SURGEON.
Alakea St., Mauka Pacifio Club.
Office Hours From 10 to 12; from
2 to 4; from 7 to 8.
SUNDAYS 10 TO 12.
Tel. Office,. 590. Residence, 1460.
Hade up the latest or any style.
Fort and Bcretania SU.
Woman's Exchange .
BASKETS AND FANS
White River Flour
C. J. DAY and LEWIS & CO.
New styles ' '
being shown, "
Boston Bldg. Fort Street.
For 8ale" cards at Bullatlrt.
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