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RVKN'INQ nULLETIN, HONOLULU, T II SATUIIDAY, FEU. , 1909.
V; 4 J
FilS ME FAKES
Mother of Kaleikini Has
Fit In Judiciary
AMERICAN OFFICERS OF HIGH RANK
AND OTHERS ENDORSE PE-RU-NA.
Thd trial of flcorKe Kalelklnl.
charged wllh munlor, which tin teen
liolnic on before Judge lVi Holt for n
couplo of JaB, was enlivened Krlda)
by u very strcnuoas tit. thrown by the
mother of tho defendant In tin- corrlJ
or n llttlo dlstanco from the court
loom. Just before the noon nwM
the woman rushed nt another Hawaii
mi witness wnvluK her arms mil emit
tins strange bounds. Kite and the
wan went to the floor toRi-thoi anj
tho woman kicked and fought w Hut
It took sovvral men to bold her
City Attorney Cutlx irt lushed lo
tho iiccuo, but "in ti t at .ill lm
pressed He predicted that the de
fense would tr lo pnu- ihe defendant
'u victim of epileptic Insanity, and lint
the lit of the mother .ii a fake which
would be placed In rvldtnco to Bhuw
that the defendant i affliction wa-i
hereditary Kalelklnl had already since
Ills arrest. m Cutlic.irt silld, thrown
one fit for l)r Kniemon and another tu
tho jail, all of which Cathcurt sceptic
ally H.iyH. i.is done to Impress the
IlurluK the Friday scbbIoh llcrnard
Kelekolla, the Hoy Orator,, a I'"
principal witness. Ho was on tho
premises during tho BhootlnK.
The Torrlloilal Teachers' Assocl.i
tloti v,ll hold a meeting at McKluley
HIkIi School on Monday evening at
7.30-9 p. in. Tho subject for illut
slon will be "Tho I'hjslcal Well ln,j
of tho Schrol Child "
1. Medical Inspection In the Public
Schools. Supt. V.' II Ilabbltt .
II. Tho Government Dispensary-
Dr. II. Hayes.
1(1. The Dispensary and the Schools.
Miss Warno. t
IV. Physical TratnltiK In the
Schools. Miss N'. Adams.
V. Games In Education. Miss
Prominent People Recom
mend the Remedy,
Dr. ITartmaii's World Re
nowned Catarrh Medicine.
KONA RESIDENT GONE
(Special to the H u 1 1 e 1 1 n)
' KEAUHOU, North Kona, Hawaii,
Feb. 5. William II. Johnson, an old i
resident of ' Kalnaliu, North Kona,
lawall, died at his 'residence ut ICal
nullu on Frldny, Jan. 29, 1969, at
1 p. m.
Services were held over his remains
at Lunaklla Church on Sunday, Jan.
31st, by Ilev A. S. Ilaker. H)mns in
Hawaiian and English were sung by
the Uinnklla and I'opopla choirs.
After the services In the church the
remains were laid to rest in the La
naklla church) ard.
All the residents of Kona ot all
nationalities were at the church to
offer their sympathy anil condolence
to tho family and to mourn the loss
of the departed. The deceased was
beloved by all who knew him for his
gentle and loving ways. He was the
ton of Mrs. Eliza Hoy and brother of
Mrs. V. II. Shlpman, Mrs. Caroline
J, Itoblnson, Mrs. J. I). Paris, John
D Johnson, Mrs. Thos. C. White, Mrs.
Allan S. Wall, and William F. Itoy.
Wives and Mothers
Sate the Loved Ones from Drink Evil
" by Using Orrine Cure Effect
ed er Money Refunded.
Can Be Given be
cretly. If your husband or son haa fallen a
victim to tho drink habit, stop plead
ing, scolding and crying. Use Orrlne,
which Is recommended by thousands
of leading druggists throughout the
country because they know the good
It has accomplished.
Hundreds of letters attest to tho re
markable cures made by Orrlne. Polk
Miller Drug Co., of Richmond. Va.,
write "Mothers and sisters have told
nn of husbands and brothers who slnco
they were given Orrlne (In most caeca
without their knowledge) seem to
have lost all desire for drink. Thus
jour preparation has brought much
comfort and happiness to once deso
late homes "
'"" This successful remedy can bo given
secretly If doslred, using Orrlne, No.
,'vl, or tho patient can toko It of his
1 own frco will, uBlng Orrlne No. 2.
Klther form destroys tho desire for
; 'strong drink and builds up the bodily
health, making .the user strong and
well, a man In every sense of the
word. Write for free pamphlet on
' cure of alcoholism to tho Orrlno Co.,
Washington, D. C. Bent In plain seal-
i ,'ed envelppe.
' 'The regular price of Orrlno Is (1 a
box, There Is no risk In buvlnc Or-
.Vine, as there Ib a guafuntee In every
box which entitles you to a refund of
' ,,your money If Orrlne falls to effect a
'euro. Orilno Is for salo by Honolulu
r Drug Co., Fort stroet.
THE OEM THEATER
,., hi . .
' If you want to dodge the Tag Girls
' l run Into tho Gem Theater on Hotel
btreet. You can rest easy there und
wlh'e1 beatiUful motion pictures will
' .' "make you forget that you have boon
A Remedy far the Crip,
Ocn. W. II. Parsons, IMS 11 St., N. W.,
Washington, I). C, writes as follows)
"Upon the recommendation of person
al friends and many strong testimonials
lo tho efficacy ot Peruna in the treat
ment of the numerous symptoms of the
grip with which I have been aflllctcd
for four months past, I havo been In
duced to undergo a treatment of this
justly celebrated formula.
"1 feel a decided change for th better
by IU use for one week only, especially
tn toning up thu stomach, aud a conse
quent decided effect upon my appetite.
"I therefore feel much encouraged
that I am on the rood to complete res
toration. "My numorous friends In Texas,
where I have had the honor to com
mand a brigade of her veteran cavalry
in a four-y ear war, may atcept this vol
untary testimonial to tho merit of Po
runs from a sense ot obligation for Its
Pe-ru-na a Good Tonic.
den. M.C. Duller, of South Carolina,
writes from Washington, D.U., a fol
lows! "I can recommend Peruna for dyspep
sia and stomach trouble.
"I have been urlnic your medicine for
a short period and I feel very much re
lieved. "It Is indeed a wonderful medicine,
and besides a good tonic."
Coldt In the Head and Throat.
Chas. W. Uowman, 1st Lieut, and
Adjt. 4th Mi 8. M. Cav. Vols., writes
from Ltnbaui, Md., as follows:
"Though somewhat averse to patent
tnedlclnts, and still more averse lo be
coming a professional Affidavit man, It
seems only a plain duty In the present
Instance to odd my experleuco to the
columns already written concerning
tho curative powers ot Peruna.
"I have been particularly benefited by
Its 'use for colds In tho head and throat.
"I have been able to fully cure myself
of a most severe attack in forty-eight
hours by Its use according to directions.
"1 use It as a preventive whenever
threatened with an attack.
"Members of my family also use It for
"W are recommending It to onr
r-N.tr-s7N r&vv. wiMMmmsammm
H i V viga" iBEMmMjii
MUST ft twM r J
Recommends Pe-ru-na to
llrlg.Oen. D.T. Klrby,
I Washington, D.U., writes
concerning reruna, as
"Frleodt ot mine having used
your Peruna catarrh cure with good
resulti, I 'am Impreucd with Itt
curative qualities, and can recom
mend It to those who are afflicted."
Usefulness of Pe-ru-na.
Peruna brings to the homo tho com
bined hnouHdge of several schools of
medicine In J lie treatment of catarrhal
diseases, the si-lenllltc skill and knowl
edge of lliilmriii.ic'Ut,aii(l the vmt iiiul
varied eiperieuce of Dr. ltartmaii him
self in the ue of catarrhal remedies.
Tor Catarrh of the Stomach.
Gen. W.W. Dutllold, Washington, D.
"I have used Peruna In my family
and have found It a valuable medicine
and take pleimure In recommending It
to. all w suffer from catarrh of tho
stomach or who require a tonic of prompt
Used Pe-ru-na Satisfied as to Its Merits
Recommends It to All Sufferers.
J Gen. H. B. Yoder, U03 Md. Ave., N. U., Wash-
I lngton, I). C, writes:
T "I desire to say that I have found Peruna
I to be a wonderful remedy. I only used It
T for a short time and am thoroughly satis-
tiled as to lis merits. I shall gladly recom-
mend It to all sufferers. t
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DEAFNESS CAUSED BY CATARRH
RELIEVED BY PE-RU-NA.
Ocn. A. M. U-gg writes from thu Savings llatik I!ulldlui(, Washington,
I). C, as follows:
"I take pleasure In endorsing tho many recommendations I havo heard
and read of Peruna, becauso of having had knowledgo of the truth ot ao
many of them.
"Wo always tell onr sick and ailing friends of the remedies that we have
learned, from experleuco, were good for us when ailing tu tho same way, aud
we do It as a duty we feel that we owe thorn.
"Why Is It any tho lexs our duty to advise all the people we can when
we know of a good aud comparatively lnexponslvo remedy that makes many
cures, and benefits In almost all cases?
"My own flttlo personal experience of being rolteved ot deafness, caused
by a siege of catarrh, warrants me In advising all the atlllcted to just try
For Kidney Trouble, Coughs, Colds
Oen. A. F. Hawloy, ISSil 25th St.,N
W., Washington, D.O., writes:
"I havo used Peruna and find It very
beneficial for kidney troulilu, aud es
pecially good for coughs, colds and ca
Indigestion and Nervousness.
Gen. Oeorgo II. Williams, whoe
Washington address Is iVil Ilaiicruft
Place, writes: "I have been for many
years a great friend of Peruna. It has
always helped me wonderfully. I cau
recommenit It for Indigestion and uer
vousuess without any qualifications. I
am always In possesion of a supply of
this medicine, aud, when uquired, tree
When Other Remedies Failed Peruna
non. Geo. W. Honey, National Chap
lain, U. V. U., .Ex-Chaplain 4!h Wis
consin Cavalry, Kx-Troas. Htate o
Wisconsin and Ex-Quartermaster Gone
rs! Hlate of Texas O. A. 11., writes from
I7UU First street, N. E., Washington, U.
C, as follows:
"I cannot too highly recommend your
preparation for tho relief of catarrhal
troubles In their various forms.
"Some members of our own family
havo used It with most gratirylug re
sult. When other remedies failed, Peruna
proved most efficacious and I cheerfully
certify lo lis curative excellence."
Pc-runa a Standard Treatment tor
Mr. John 0. Nelson, Dayton, Tenn.,
geologist and mining engineer, while a
Captain In tho Fidcral Army during
the Civil War, contracted a case of
rheumatism. This malady was con
stant and perslstont, inducing tho de
velopment ot ullier ailments, which atsu
becume chronic. After taking a coursu
of Peruna, Captain Nelson writes:
"Having bvcu painfully allllctcd wllh
chronic rheumatism and the udJiinctUs
complication for many years, am: alter
having received many general and
swclal tieatments with only temporary
relief, I read jour scientific treatise on
"At my request yon prescribed a
pcclal course of tho Peruna reimdles,
which I closely followed, and am happy
lo report that my rheumatism aud
complicated ailments aru sulpdui-d,aud
I fiel young again at the ago ut ('J
"Iteason will accept yonr clarifica
tion of catarrhal tllnoascs as kuieutlllo
and truo, und the l'uruna remedies as a
standard treatment for them. 1 thank
you heartily for your skilled and logical
Regained Health and Strength.
Mr. Fred P. Allen, Kpeclol Agent for
Fidelity A- Casualty Co., SOU Hlbernla
Hank Hulldlng.NowOrkans, f.a., writes:
"About two years ago-t was troubled
with bronchltlc asthma, and was treated
by tho best physicians In our city, but
receiving no benefit from thorn, 1 began
to despair Inst I should not recover.
"1 wrote lo Dr. Hartman and he pre
scribed for me. It y (althlully following
his directions, In six months 1 was cured
of Ihe asthma and thu rough had disap
peared outlrcly. 1 regained my hoallb
and strength, and tho twenty-nve pounds
which I had lost, and am thankful lossy
that I am as we as ever."
For fiee book of testimonials address
Tho Peruna Drug Manufacturing Com
pany, Columbus, Ohio,
The following wholesale druggist will supply the retail trade: benson, smith & co Honolulu, Hawaii
t TELEGRAPHIC BREVITIES:
I.e Uettf icntonced to 10 jours In
penitentiary for robbing Halo Uroth
era. Ur. Vonwlnckel wants proxies for
six years from membvm of California
Senator Camlnettl of California de
nounces Southern Pacific lobbjlsts in
trying to have bill passed through
State Senator McCartney of Cali
fornia proposes law for divorce utter
association with affinity.
Earl Hogcrs brings fireworks Into
Calhoun trial und disappears hurried
ly. Calkins syndicato papers, In edi
torial, say that Calhoun Is discredited
by tactlca of attorneys in delaying
Young cable car conductor of San
Franclkcoets nuws of JGO.OOO and In
a day Is wedded to girl of his cholco
after many tribulations.
Ucss Comer, 14 yeur old schoolgirl
of San Francisco, gives proof of her
Ilrother of Dr. 1-. 11. Perrln charges
Charles P. Snell with perjury at land
Chlneso merchants proposo to orga
nize their own steamship lino to Stui
Episcopalians close fifty-ninth an
Dr. Worcester, founder of ninniau
uol movement, dcllvvrB lecture In San
Francisco for benefit of dependent
Ross Mnkln, washed from Mussel
rocks Into sea, meets tragic death.
Dolores Frau proves to be ono of
tho best Canucns San Francisco havo
Emma Goldman unablo to secure
hall In San Francisco In which to hold
Sister of Mrs. Patrick Holland al
leges she Is kept prisoner by husband.
Increasing demand for ptoperty
near GoldenOato park, and consider
able building will be done.
Free market established by state on
San FranclHco waler front la not n
General Grant orders court martial
of Colonel Tucker to be held behind
Claims against welching Insurance
companies uphold by California court,
verdicts for (25,741 being roturned.
Suit ot stock holder alleges that of
ficers of Union National Hank vlolat
ed federal laws iu making loans.
Dr. David Starr Jordan says scient
ists are back to Darwin theory on evo
lution. Junior class of Stanfoid university
plans to produce original ocra.
Woman avenges tho wrongs nnd
doath of her daughter by shooting and
dangerously wounding u physician ut
Seymour Locke and wlfo securo di
vorce by mall at I.os Angeles.
Investigation of graft In Stockton
police department has been started by
Nino Jurists escort remains of Judgo
John II. Mooro to thu grave at Sail
Charges that Senator Stephenson of
Wisconsin used money in prlmnrlea
will not prevent his re-election,
Mrs. Electa Kennedy celebrates
hundredth birthday anniversary nnd
muny descendants gather.
President Roosevelt wore n carna
tion In honor of McKlnluy's till thdny.
C. P. Tnft donles charges of Heine-
scntatlvu Rainy, who rends messngo to
house with comment that Is not iu-tractive.
Ullzzard ragjng at 70 miles an hour
unroofs buildings, tics up traffic, cuts
off communication of middle west.
Mrs. Atherton testifies in cross suit
for divorce nt Edinburgh,
President ot Callfoiula Jockey club
says percchtngQ ofcrjiun among lulu
Isters Is .greater than In any other
walk fo life.
Ideal Insuranco hills nru Introduced
In California which mako many rail!
cal chnnges and eliminate delays In
l'U)mcnt of claims.
Strong protest made against tho
terms of the proposed salo ot the
Stanislaus power company to the
Child mind reador of San Finnclncn
shows power to plcrco darkness and
win game of cards while blindfolded,
David 11. Hanbuiy's sccretniy rob
bed and beat e.11 by thiiga in JefferMin
square, San Francisco
Lieutenant Thomas A. Jones tcsll
lies ut court martial, deujlug guilt of
all offenses charged.
Stanford parlor, N 8. G. W., to colu
brato twenty-third anniversary at banquet.
Governor Kibbcy of Arizona op
posed on first,, action by rnllmod and
mining lntorysts that seek his remov
al. Ship Owners' association uilopt
resolution for condemnation of M
blocks of India basin, but ties n string
to Its proposal.
Ixmltduna cotton broker guilty of
fiendish cruelty nnd wife Is grunted
divorce by Judgo Graham.
Profo-dor of law nt Stanford univer
sity Is given high honor.
Wlfo of Wllburn F. Stanford, race
hnrsu owner, secures dlvuice on
ground of cruelty.
Olla Podrlda editor blames crafting
In cities for thefts In high bdiool.
Experts oxamluo receiving building
at Agnew asylum und full to find de
fects In conrreto work.
Forty wonon visit Imprisoned hyi
nollst In Tacoma and say ho Is godlike.
Dr. Vowlnckcl reelected nt annual
meeting of California woman's hos
United Railroads must pay $15,000
for crippling man,
Upton Sinclair writing new radical
plays which will be produced at Stan
ford. I.o Ilouf accused of being embezzler
wanted Iu Minneapolis.
Robert Warwick forced lo resign
from position of leading man nt Valen
Attorney Beth Mann takes excep
tion to testimony of Southern Pacific
witnesses nnd nsks Interstnlo coin
ineice commission to liivcstlgato
books of the company. .
District Attornoy Joromo notifies
federal authorities ho Is ready to
pmsecuto Now York World for Pnnu
Clergy directing Emmanuel move
ment In Doston seek aid of "physicians
In (lliectlng patients' treatment.
Judgo I.nwlar ca..s Impauclmcnt of
Calhoun Jury n "battlo of metnphy.
A. E. Robins, a San Francisco rcB
tnurant man, und his wlfo to separate
after living together five )ears under
terms of n tilal mairiage.
Woman" counterfeiter tries to kill
becrct' service agent when trapped
wllh l)or companion.
IMwnrd J. Rand Is tiapped by San
Francisco police aftei hiding for week
In tunnel beneath scone of two mys
Congress In bo usked lo mako provi
sion for needed Improvement nt tho
Report on social Reivlce of Epla
copal illpcesa urges Christians to pa)
piopur attention to politics.
Transfer of pioperty to wlfo attack
ed as fraud by brother of Samuel 1'.
Congress urged to aid Improvement
of rivers In California, and tho leglsln
tore to appropriate (100.000 for Imme
California club plana ordinance to
nld enforcement of education law
Suusalltu bank makes only uncondi
tional bid for city bonds.
Minister declares faulty svstcm of
education lesponslblo for Uerkelcy
President Wheeler of California
fctnto university to occupy Theodoio
Roosevelt piofcssoishlp lu Berlin uni
versity. Expert accountant sa)B practically
all branches of San Mateo county gov
ernment aro Involved In scandal.
Governor Cosgrovo of Washington
makes pathetic address at Inauguia
tlon. Stockmen discuss federal land poli
cy, which Is opposed by Senator Am
nion qt Colorado.
Senator elect llristow of Kansas
says Ilnrrlmnn nnd other railroad men
should be In penitentiary.
Captain of Standard oil Rhlp says ho
tiuereti in ucip uiiur liupuuiic. uui wui-
tain scnisDy rciusou to pay szu.uuo.
Double barreled reform is fired at
navy by Piesldont Roosevelt nnd Sec
Senator Savngo of San Pedro Cali
fornia assaults Eos Anelus news
Pacific Mall Is denounced by Cali
fornia legislators InvJolnt resolution.
Difficulties overtake many now In
suianco companies which entered Cali
fornia uftcr the disaster of April, 100(1.
Market Street bank settlement urg
ed by Receiver Mooser In a petition
repeating offer of CO cents on tho dol
lar. John F. Ecwln, city electrician of
Palo Alto, Is dead,
California stuto labor commissioner
opens vyar on fako employment agents.
Witcd theatrical magnato seeks sue
for n great music hall in San Francis
co, Postofllco bars raclngtpstors. serv
ing "fictitious" orders on live con
cerns, declaring business shall stop.
Congressman McKlnluy's wlfo plead
ed with school board for leniency foi
l.o Ilouf oiloroil chanco to escape
fiuni San Francisco prison by trusty
who picked locks.
Letters from prominent men of thu
statu Indorse now Berkeley charter.
Woman's dark past, laid baro Iu
court, costs her custody of her d.iuKht
Valentino Hush Is technically (.ban;
ed with manslaughter as lusult of no
Son of President Whcelor of Unl
vorsltv of California, leader In anil-
1 vice crusade.
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