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EVENING DULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H THUHSDAY, JAN. 23, 1012.
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MAY BE HEALED u
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Please Read These Two Letters.
Tim following latter ftom Mrs.Orvillo Hock will prove liowimwNo
it U for wcmiun to sttlmiltto tlio ilnngprs of u nurijli'iiloix; ration when it
innylio avoided by tr.king Lydia K. PinklmmV Vegetable) Gnmixmuil.
Hlic miis four MPi'kH In tlio lioipltnl mill cnino liomo miffrrlnc
moino tlimi before. Then after nil that millcring Lydia E. l'ink
lium'a Vcgctnblo Compound restored her health.
IIKKi: IS IIKU OWN STATKMKNT.
V.w l'aw. Jlich. "Two yearn nco I suffered
very fecvcrely with n displacement I could not
Ik) on my feet for a long time. My physician
t rented mo for several months without much re
lief, nml at last sent mo to Ann Aibor for nn op
eration. I wiiH tliero four weeks nnd canio homo
sniveling woiso thnn liefore. My mother ntlvi.swl
mo to try I.Mli.i E. riiikhnm'ii Vegetublo Com
INiuiid, nnd 1 did. To-day I nm well nnd Mining
and do all my own hous-owoik. I owo my health
to Lydia E. I'inkham'B Vcgctnblo Compound and
ndvi-o every woman who is ntllieteil with nny
feninlo eomplalnt to try it." Mrs. Ojiville Hock,
II. K. Xn. 5, l'aw lY, Jltcli.
tiii:ki: ni:vj:u was a wohsk case."
Itockiiort, Ind. "Thero never was a worso enso of women's ills
Umii nunc, and I cannot liegin to tell you whnt I suffered. For over
two wins I was Hot ablo to do anything. I was in lied for h month
nnd tlio doctor said nothing but nn ojieratlon would euro mo. My
father suggested ItfclU E. L'inUhani's Vcgctnblo Coniiound; so to
plcaso him I took it, nnil I impioved wondei fully, so I nm nblo to
ti-snel, lido horseback, tako long tides and nover feel nny ill effects
from It. 1 can only ask other sufioring women to givo Lydia E. l'ink
liain'u Vegetable Compound a trial Iwforo submitting to nil oiicrauon."
.AIi-s. Mauoauct MmtKiHTit, It. V. D. Xo. 3, Kockport.Iiid.
Wo will pay a handsomo reward to nny pcion w ho will provo to us
that these letters are not genuino and (iiillifiil or that cither of tlicso
women wcio paid in any way for their testimonials, or that tlio oiig.
iual letter fioin each did not come to us entirely unsolicited.
Tor :M venrs Iijilla I'. IMnlclinin's Vegctnlilo
Compound lias been tlio standard remedy for fc
nmlo Ills. Jfooiic Mck with wfiiimn'N uilniciit?
ilnch iustlco to herself Mho will not try this fa
mous medicine, iiiailo from roots and herbs. It
has restored so inimy suffering women to health.
r ill toI.YWA K.l'INKHAM MED10INEC0.
aP' (t'OM'Ilr.TIAI,) I.YNN, MASS., for ailvlcc.
Tour letter will ho opened, read anil answered.
hy u m onuui and held iu strict couf idcncc.
The proposed I'liuliu rond, for
which thirty tlinus.ind dollars lias
liccii nipiiiprlated, nnd ltd Immediate
construction pledged by members of
the hoaid, lietoic n rouslnc; meeting
ot Honolulu citizens, wiih tlioiiRlit
would lie ptaieil on n fair way for
preliminary wink, had ii lesoliitlon In
tioduied h HuiiervtRor Murray roho
HiiourIi at liiHt night's meeting of tlio
On the other hand, the Mm ray ics-
jolutlon which called for the drawing
i of plane, nnd the drafting of siieclllcn-
tloiin nf the load tietween Moanalua and
l'tiuhm, or Pearl Harbor naval station,
was tabled, recchlng the united op
imalllon of all but two members of the
It Is understood that (hero Is bound
to be considerable dissentient within
the board ner u ciurstlon whether the
pioposed load he constructed by the
City nnd County or he let out to contract.
Ilnil the resolution gone through
Inst evening, it Is tic-lleied that the
construe lion of this Important high
way would h.no been greatly expe
dited I'pon tlio defeat of his resolution,
Murray took occasion to announce to
his i ouferes that hereafter he proposed
to light out Ills battles In open board
as he found that be could no longer
rely on certain members of the body,
who went first Into cam us ami then
changed their oto when the matter
enme up for llnal disposition In open
Klru Chief Thurston presented his
statement of iuls mado by the de
partment In December which showed
that the department had responded to
nine aim ins, with properly loss
amounting to $U'.r-', property risk
plnred nt $:120 anil liability to In
surance, companies of ?:i."0.
HllCIMItATIONS A;.l. I.AC.
The elerks at tlio registration olllcn
In, the Mclnlyre building would be
pleased to receive more and frequent
calls from the true and tried Miter of
tills particular Island The registra
tions thus fur recorded number but
L.'L'i!." Miteis, and a ciy small percent
age of tlie total which will he rolled
up at the coming election
i:plei-les for lluvtall Ports,
Portion of the freight forwarded to
Hawaii polls in the steamer W'nllcic
whli h Killed at noon today. Included
lombustabloH nnd eilules. This ven.
I el wns sclicilulcil to mil nt Ilonnlpu,
Knwnlhac. .Mnhuhoun aim Konn ports.
The Wfillclc wns given a mail, hut
tarried no pasi-engers.
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filed out The county iiiininlin I -signed
in a body lifter Hlu rllf Jurntt
Nxucd the ultimatum that no in. mher
of the police force would Ik allow i tn
mix Into politics to the extiut at ! it
or holding olllce on the ,uiuniltti t
lliat time Harry Juen was tliilrmni
of the cninmlttee, ImUliK rainninl
I'oloncl (' J McC'artbv Souio of Un
wise ones thought Jnrrett wns gelling
further revenge on Md'anillco, i.j
helping to tear down bis ) it i il
fences The committee was badH ,11
orgaulreti and has remained mi
since Jnrrctt's nctlon belpc-il tn ..Min
ute tbe .lucn forces still furtlnr iut
It appears now that Juen will i iikul
to iifrlnorl the past ami work mr
Jarrctt. anil that every cITort will be
mado to Induce Jairctt lo suppcnl M.
Candles and his clement of tin imi-U
Hrnihiuartcrs for the Denmcr it- this
ear will probably be III tbe m n Mi
I'amlli'ss building on Nuuanii -trei t
Ijist ear Colonel McCarthvs ntlii .
In the Wnvcrley building wcr, n-., ,1
Mii'iirtliy, however. Is not Inking all
active part iu politics this vmr m.l It
Is iloubtful whether lie will l Haul
up as strongly us he was In-t mi
palgu. Tim Territorial coiuinlttc. In M u
meeting Inst night In the law Mi -CnndleMs
building nnd illst u-n 1 l,rli X
Iv sum,, campaign plans imlliei
Hinting will bo held next Wfilw s,i ,v
night, when tliey will la out u gen
eral plin for the campaign M io
while the efforts to bring tin Jnrr.il
and McCnmlless factious Into lb, simi
fold will b redoubled.
Tbi llourbnus plan to open tin im
palmi carl this enr with tin mi.t
lug IVbruary I! at 1'iiiina. wlnn the
tenth and twelfth pre elm ts of tbe
I'ourtb District will unite In n cilli
crlng of the clans .Major l' rn Mi
CnnillfH", Johnny Wilson, T ,1 ltan,
Il II I' Wnltcr, Charles llarmn uid
others aro scheilulcd to sp, hK Mr
llarron has liecn tunned a i niniiillt.-e
of one to arrange for tbe nut Hug
The campaign In IP" 1'inn District
will open mil) n few iln) I ,ti r The
Italtltnore nutlomil lotivc ntn n emu,"
iu two months, and the cunipniKii for
ilelegntes lo tlie convention will keep
the politico! pot boiling from tmw on
MtCiimlhsH and Itnrron are simkui of
for delegates from this louiilj
To Plantation and Other Interests
We beg to announce that we will receive shipments of
on the following dates :
30 Head from San Francisco on Honolulan
52 Head from Seattle on Missourian
25 Head from San Francisco on I.urline
48 Head from Seattle on Hyades
Early Orders Invited
due Jan. 31
due Feb. 2
due Feb. 14
due end of Feb
HE EXCELLENCE OF
OUR STORE SER
VICE IS A FEATURE
OF OUR SUCCESS.
You find in this rcat
Clothintf Stock at The
Clarion just the suit that
pleases your taste without hurting
Many looms in many lands have
contributed to make our stock com
plete from which you may choose
with satisfaction to yourself.
If you are intcrcstad in Bath Robes.
Smoking Jackets, Fancy Vests.
Suit Cases, Traveling Dags, Neck
wear, Hats, and General Men's Fur
nishings just call on
CORNER FORT AND HOTEL STS
il ii il
FOR CATARRH SUFFERERS
We are authorized by the REXALL Com
pany to give free to anyone having Catarrh
in any form a $1.00 bottle of REXALL
MUCU-T0NE, the great Catarrh remedy.
There are no strings to this offer, and you in
no way obligate yourself.
If you are a Catarrh sufferer call at our store
and any salesman will gladly give you a
This Offer will Continue for a Short Time Only
Benson, Smith Co., Ltd.
Fort and Hotel Streets
Schuman Carriage Co.,
MERCHANT STREET, HONOLULU
I H I ill I ktfl PATENT fl i rtl W't
FOR SALE AT ALL GROCERIES
1$ M . ' C t l
., 4- iLuirfib. tiiialM,
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