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nVBNMNO nill.I.nTIN. IIONOI.UI.tr. It. T.. HATt'HDAY. Al'ltll. 27. toot.
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finished r.yety Day ejeept Sunday,
at 210 KIur Ptreot, Honolulu,
T. of H., by the
TJLLETIN rUHLISHlNO COMVANY.
WALLACi: It. I'AUItlNOTON ..Editor
Entered at the Port OHIce at Hono
Ultras second class matter
Per month, nnywhero In V. S. ..$ .75
?r year S-00
Per year, postpaid, forrlgn 13.00
ayable Invariably In advance.
Port Office Hot 718
"Tlic iloi"- or my first three month.
111 om ni.irks the beg lining uf an
other effort to stamp out thi naif o
liquor In Cumberland count ." Thin
remark of ihe I'amon Sheriff IVniMin
elected to erfone the Maine prolilbl-
tlon law Indicates that nen the Pro
hibition party llncls lnlf nnatilo to
Mnmp out the liquor ti.ttnv tliouuh
barknil bv the moit vltrnrout law nuJ
tun mi Inn their oncrailimi with mi
honest ttie to Hhut rp Piuiy Illicit
Thi Ileverend Sheriff 'Inil one of
IiIk otmtiu l In a rnllas of municipal
courts on tho term "Intoxlciiting
drinks " Ingenuity in cvaillnr tl' law
has crnatP'1 new bratiiis of liquid 'c-
frrshments I.lthla I'no. ' "Portsmoi til
hop." eti. The Sheriff ki5 thcie aic
Intoxicants but the court will not up
hold him. hence the 3u!ocn i drains
slllnK ' hard stuff" whenever the vlnl.
lame t deputies can bo cia.ldl Tim
sheriff maintains, howi'ier, that nut a
drop of hard stuff Is beln snlil exupt
by poiket peddlers and In kllch"ii bar.
rooms. At the Jail over Mhlih I pre
sides, Pearson now has only !IS Inmates
In plate of HI when he assume 1 ofllc".
As most of the Jail InM.ibn ale i 'mi
nion drunks It Is to be piesuml tlml
drunkenness a well as open liquor
selling Is at a low ebb .
Two days after the aheilffs flint
quarterly statement w.s made, tile
Krams to the State p.ipcth stated that
the liquor deputies hil k'hh1 on a i.ild
mid returned with t. full druy I01..I of
liquors of all kinds which had Ixtn
captured from one h.'Ij''! of Ihe city.
And It Is safo to sar that this iiiii.ll
tlon wilt continue tlirouxh tho Pro
hlbltlon Sheriffs term of niflcc n raid
today and saloous (join:; :ui blast to
morrow. There can b no do ibt that this
Sheriff Is dolns all wlthl.i Mi power to
kill the liquor trnlllc In V- count. He
has tons of law behind ulm and I ".Mil
deputies and saloon biiilii'in Is at a low
eliU. But every man wn litis livid In
a prohibition State kniwi what this
inimni mpn rm thi Vjilrl..ili: irct '
Hquoi from pocket pod 11" ..and til" up
town limn, tnnellnc men anil : Mk-j
have their liquor In tbeli i until or take
a social Klass from n untie mirki-il
"pareKitrli In the back room of tiimo
swell drug store.
Thd Ileverend Pcais'in iilitm from
the best of motives Is not iuiliu; that
prohibition by law Is a pun thai suu
COAL OIL KILLS M08()IIIT0BS.
Winchester Is the name of ,i town In
Vlrnliiln and It has bprn somewhat
cclebrnted In sons and story, because
one Sheridan once rode around In that
neighborhood, cientlng lonslderablc
It has lived on that reputation over
since, but now It h.is biVii ilnliiK home
thlnt! on Its own account to secure
fame. Its people had read In the news
papeis that kerosene jll properly np
plled would hill mosquitoes. They
Knew of their own knowledite and ex
perience what an uRly thins n Virginia
mosquito Is nnd how viciously It bites.
They had lead, furthermore. In the
newspapers that mosquitoes carry ma
laria and other diseases and that, al
together, they are lery objectionable
InsectB. AccoidliiKly the Town Coun
cil took the matter In hand and passed
an ordinance requlrlni? the owneis of
all ponds and pools anywhere In the
nelKhboi hood to pour ciuile petroleum
on the waters. It went finther and re.
quired every householder to put tubs
of water on the surface of which there
was a goodly supply of petroleum, un
dcr nil the sill ubbery
This experiment was made, last sum
mer and It finished the mosquitoes, It
also finished the nuilaila and sti.uck a
death blow at the quinine business. So
successful were they lust eur that they
aie ttolliB to do th same thing next
spring. Winchester' success In this
direction should Incite other mosquito
Infected plaies to rlso up and do like
wise. The lesldents of New Jersey In
particular should take note of the Win
Chester example and lollow It llKlit
away qulik I'tlca 1'iess. '(
Muiiiiflcr WellH Viicntloii.
Wullukii. Aiull J0.. Manager C II.
Wells with his wlf .mil family will
linve for an extendi d tiur In iibiiut h
weeks' llnic Mend lima W 0. Ogg of
) ,Walbe h mining oiei in nmni'r" tbn.
Vaffalr of ilm Wullukii Hugur Couipunv I
durlnu th" iiliseine of Manager Wells
J lend I. mm I W I. Maisluill of WaU i
lilkll hoes uvei in Wiilhut to taku
' rliarno of the seillim theie The ic
ildiU of Wullifit Intend to trhti n big
farewell luau mid dance to Mr am)
Mrs, Okk wry soon, ,ind nil me look
ng fm mmmI I" ihe li ippy I'vsm with
MKIT IhllURlllK, '
(Ilm mlor vMirli thai itiu noNoi.ri.r
J'HOTO HIM'I'I.V (.'(). U nifeilMK thin
jKur Is Ilm iiii'ilNi IMhk f H hlml
Uf llUVU WWr NWIb II Villi WHI
FATHER CONATY DISCUSSES
Says Catholics Must Build More
Schools Influence of State Schools
of Work Done.
Chicago, April 10. Improvement of
the Catholic educational system nud
plans for unlfjlng the educational work
nf the church and raising It to a level
In effectiveness with the State mid non
'cctarlnn Institutions for hlsher learn
lug were discussed today at the third
annual convention of representatives
nf Catholic colleges, which opened here
The convention w 111 continue In ses
sion three days and durlni? that time
many Important papers will be read
and dlncussed by lending church edu
cators, llepresentntlves were present
it todav's meeting from nearly every
Catholic college and university of
prominence In the United States and
The convention ltegnn with the cele
bration of mass by Father Krcnih of
Notre Dame College of St. .lames
church. The nctlo buslners of the
fonventlon was begun, by the lllght
rtev. Monsls-nor Count, I). !)., rector
of the Catholic Fnlverslty nt Washing
ton and president of the association,
who called the convention to order nnd
delivered his annual nddres. He took
for his subject the "Catholic College
In the Twentieth Century."
"Unification of education under State
control." said he. "has established a
mighty machine, of secularized Instruc
tion which threatens to destroy all pri
vate effoits either on the part of In
dividuals or the church ' Is Impoit
Alit to meet unification by unification,
so to strengthen the Catholic educa
tional sstem that It may defend Itself
against all attacks and sav the re
ligious instiuctloii of Its people from
the diuigeiH of non-rcllglous Instruc
tion. It Is Important to reallic the
meaning of the facts which face us and
uhlih our educators must meet.
"Among these facts must be rerog
nlied first, the State school system
with Its rapidly Increasing high school
and eicn collego development; second,
the tendency to do away with the col
lege by uniting the higher school to
the university; third, the establishment
i of educational Institutions of all sorts.
endowed by the private munificence of
nnn-Catbollis and attracting Catholic
students because these schools huo not
ties to control tlif State schools, to
idlitnte the university ilegtee or ap-
uoal as a condition of appointment.
"The trutli or tnes" r.icis is uaiiy
being Iiianlfested 111 (lie s, boots of
many of imr larger cities, lo ousel I
these fails there Is the splendid eh'oit
made by the Catholic chinch In
building Its schools every wheie It n j
nauleniles. collides nnd universities, I
spendliiK last year (SSO.UOO for educa-1
tlon. jirlni Ipally In parochial sihools.''
DOESN'T SEE THE END
OF PRESENT TROUBLES
No Doubt of Ultimate Result But He
Can't See the Way to the Divid
ing Line Asks Leave
London, April 17. A South African
blue book containing recent dispatches
from Sir Alfred Mllner, and other offi
cial i oi respondents was Issued tonight.
Sir Alfied Mllner wiled, under dale of
Match 3d. leqiiestlug permission to ie
turn home at an early dutu upon leave
of abseiiie for tho purpnso of lestliig.
Joseph Chambeilaln, the Colonial Sec
retin)', replied by giantlng this lequest.
but expiesslng the (Inverniuent's ie
Kti't that It should lie necessary for
Sir Allied to leuvn South Africa nt the
IiH'bont time, quite teeognlzlllg, how
eer. bis need for lest 1'inl mentioning
three mouths us u possible period ol
In a dispatch dated I'ebruaiy C, Sir
Alfied Mllner leilews the situation in
Suilth Afilca. and says that ho had
hoped some dellnlle point would he
rem lied at which It would bo possible
to sum up that chapter of history con
taining the ways and foiecnst of ad
mlnlstiuiliu icconstiiii'tlou which must
succeed It. "Hut I am ivliiclnutly
furred to the colli lllslou that (belli will
bo no hiii li dividing line." continues
Sli Alfred "and I hum not the slight
est diiiibl of the ultimate result, but I
foicsee Hut tho wink will bit slower,
llioie dillliiill Millie liuri'llhsllig lllld
mine .xniile limn mi' nt any time
lllllli iimiiil M ll II late II Is Idle III
wan lull' in i ic In, lie of being alibi
I.. ,li,.., i , u leui ulul leiili lit alum
l'(illMMIMlVllMIIif C U TO
i MAGIC I hoadflohoR
I mm clrosolnf?,
VffWfM.WW iU dl Hissn'
yictorln. 11, C April 1. -The Gov
ernment officials who have In hand the
selection of n landing place for the Pa
cini cable on the coast of Vancouver
Island, have been advised from London
that the manufacture of the cable Is to
commence next month, nnd the first
expedition In connection v. llh the lay
ing of It Is slid to leave the Thames
111 January. 1002. This expedition will
) carry out the lnlng of the section
from Queensland to Norfolk Island nnd
from Norfolk Island to the FIJI Islands
The second expedition will leave
about August. 1902. and will lay the
cable from Vancouver Island to Fan
ning Island nnd FIJI. This length of
cable, 5S34.5 miles, will be transported
nnd laid by one ship, now being built
for the purpose, nnd which Is to be
capable of carrying 10.000 tons. The
contractors nndertnko that the whole
of the cable shall be laid and working
by December, 1002.
It Ilequlres Nerve to stand the strain
nf nervous neuralgia, plans In the face,
head or any portion of the body. Thrsi
pains are quickly stopped by the ti"
of Pi:nilY DAVIS" PAIN-KIM.i:tt
The relief Is Immediate and lasting. I)i
not suffer n moment longer but use the
Poln-Klller ns directed. Avoid substi
tutes, there Is but one Paln-Kllier, Per-r-
He vis'. Price 2.V. and 50e.
Silva & VivaS
and Financial Agents
nOO Lots in the KapMnnl, Kaiu
lani, Magoon, Kaimuki, Mc
Cully, Kapahulu, Kapiol.ini
Pnrk Addition and Ptiunu'
Lands in This City, Suburbs, and
Island, in .V.aui and Hawaii,
improved and unimproved.
INVESTORS AND HOME SbEK
ers will do well to see us be
fore buying ehew here.
Post Office Lane,
Honolulu, T. II.
SI'LCIALLY FOR CATTLU. NUAR TOWN
SUVA & VIVAS,
1775-tf TOST On-lCI- I.ANL-
Telephone to All Parts of the Island.
KEALAKEKUA, - HAWAII
J.G. HENRIQUES, iroi.
Horses and Carriages
For ExcursI ns
to the Volcano or the Mountains.
All excellent chance Is ofleicJ for
SEB THE COUNTRY.
Carriages meet the S.. S. Mauna Lot at
Kallua and t.ikcthcm oveilanJ to Hookcna
where the steamer Is met acaln.
IT 18 RESERVED FOR
SALTER & WAITY
LEADING - GROCERS
I'ANCY AND S I API E
PIiKABK OIVK US A CALL
.SMI 1 1 W Mlcl.l.r, AltUVI.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO.,
Sterling Blue Flame Oil Stoves
Hnng closed out our old stock of the old
patterns, we are now off ring the latest
Improved Putterim. Call and ex
Royal and Pat. Gen. Steel Ware
In Household nnd Kitchen Utensils
lhe.se ure NKW GOODS and the QUAL
ITY .in.l lir: -.v.ll nli-nso vnti.
Refrigerators and Ice Chests . ft
NeW INVOICES TO HAND.
A It-rpe Mock
and ,i l.irjje assortment cf useful HOUSE
HOLD U I tISSlLS now being opened up.
Bethel Street Hnnsehnld Renartment. Dl
IT you are looking for something stllsh and strictly
up-to-dute in the Vehicle line, call at our Repoitory, we can
Slve you just what you want. lo our Tilready large variety we
have ndJed a new shipment of
BASKET SEAT BUGGIES
They are certainly very Nobby.
Merchant st., ret.
ltllLUIf.il Will UIICKUTI "-t--w " J
fg Sole Propnefors- """
Mackie & C Distillers. Limiicd Islay Glenlivet & Glasgow.
OLDEST - BEST - PUREST
Hoffsohlaegrer C?o.. Ltd.,
SOLE IMPORTERS. KING ST.. NEAR BETHEL
Don't you know that impure witter is one of the greatest foes
to gooJ health ? How important, then, that your ilrinkint; water
should" be absolutely pure. All the ills ilue to impure water can
be avoided and nood health insured by the iim- of a
Every house, hotel, restaurant and store .should have one
wlhout delay. The Pasteur filter is acknowledged the best by the
le.nl inn scientists and physicians of the world.
See it in the window
Andjnote the difference b;tween pure and impure water.
A. R. HANCOCK & C(K
I 5 Fort Street
Stunning Trimmed Hats
The . IS. K I.IIAN'S C.O'.s litis have briome
fainuin llirough llielr iiiurt fctvles, the r'tgaut niv
U rial Hi it a cilwiyf iiird on them, tluo.gli their
beiuinliiKuets and tlitlr rMraorJIiuilly low price,
' A Little Glove Tulle
'Ihe liltliiKuf the lianJ liiin lift .in iiunmplltlim'ht tur i,i'mt 'de
luve mittrrrJ, I'r.irjiiiu ih (iiin Hi iiisclve. -the bnt on eir li
air not heller, and li' prices trprrsriilliiK mi iiiu.Ii c ,ive yalur ,ue rvrr
iuole (Uiiere in lloiinlulu,
Tim iM, II, KILLHAN
will arrive on the "W. G.
Come and see them on display.
fori- and ai.akea.
- r - -
CO.. Ltd,, Hotel St.
PrrtosoN J. A, Mauiicwmaii
Peterson & Matthcwman,
COUNSLLLOKS AT LAW
P.O. tloxiti u KAAIIl.'MANU ST
rttimosE. Main HI
J. M. KANEAKUA,
vttornoy and Counsellor at
Offlos: In the Occidental Hotel,
truer of King and Aiakca Streets
Colneso and Japanese Firms.
f O. Boxi. TEL-wiilTCgn
Utest Styles, - Perfect Fit.
Cleaning, DyelnR and Repairing, a
Clothes Dyed Fast Black or any color
15 Hotel St., Nenr Fort
T. KATSUNUMA & Co.
A. K. OZAWA, M.oif.t.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENCY.
nportrr Ofic: Room y uptttlr. 5prMb.lt ball.
LADICS SKIRTS CLEANn
CMMnir Clf.n.d, Dytiitid R.r.lr.J
-SUITS MADE TOOUDtH
0Fit icuarintccd. 4iow.kt Prlie.
hii Siffft, n ir Kukul, and fitar Orphtum Theater
Price i: Cleaning on twit. Ii! D)dnc tult ti.y
DON1; IN CRAYON
Pictures framed lnanvtl
Framed Pictire for a! .
New Mo IJIrg fn lr.,iin
KING AND ALAPAI STREETS
StAU HOSOlUlt Sllll.K lAuns
rchltects, Contractors and Bnlldert
o W. P.c.
'. W. B.irdil.a
P. O. Boi T7f
BIIAR08LEE (V PAGI2
Yrch!tect8 & Builder
Office: Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex
innolulu, H. I.
Sketches and Correct Estimates furnish
' Short Notice. 1441
OF ALL KISDB.
'eatr in Lumber and Ooai
c .VTRACTOR AND
inbblng : Promptly : Atteinlecl : To
U F. BERTELMAN'S
.-.r of old 4tand. Entrance on K!,u
'tt. O.'tiert left at either shop, or offki
.'oltn Nott'r '3re, Kin? street, will r
i" ""w" !n lTf-tf
Edward R, Swain.
Cncker Bid., - San Francisco
esl'es tn announce tint lie liai
peneJan otlice hi Honolulu for the
transact mi nf all lniJTe arper-
talnlng to the practice of his pro-
PenJIng Ihe completion of tneStinRrn
walj HullJIne. In wr. ch otlicei haue been
e:ured, he cm be luunj at the cflice tf
MR. I-. W. MACl-A'-LANb.
40O JUDI) UUILDING
on all sorts of biiildhi".
OFFICE IN OLD ARLINGTON
A full llnu of HAWAIIAN VIEWS.
Shrinm are t Uuiiit- to visit our
cillery inul sic the
Tim vrnkly nlllloii nf Ilm Hvt'lilni,
llulleilii nlvfit it (iinipltilv nummary 0
1200 Lots 1200
The Kapiolani Tract ex-r
tends from King street to the
Beach. A rond 60 feet wide
will be opened on the east
side of the property ndjoin-
ing the Kamehameha Girls'
School; said road will ex
tend to the sea.
Cross-roads will be opened
between blocks. Every lot
will have a frontage on a
road. The elevation varies
from forty feet high to ten'
feet high above sea level.
No swamps around the
premises. No freshet will J
enter the pioperty.
There is an offer to buy a x
part of the property by a
4reat manufacturing com
pany. The chances are the
offer may be accepted. There
is every reason to believe
.hat the prices of lots will in
crease in a short time. The
owner of the property will
give ail chances to purchas
ers to make money on their
The.ground is superior to
any trait in the market.
The premises are situated
within one mile and a half of
The Government watei
pipes are laid along the upper x
portion of the property.
The prices are the cheap
est of any trac 1 within two
miles from the center of the
The terms which will be
given to purchasers will be
the best ever given by any
real estate dealer or broker'
during the last twenty years
For terms or more particu
lars, apply to
S. M. Kanakamii
Surveyor ,'inJ Manager ol
Kapiolani I fact Cu,
W. C. Aclii S Co.
riua ,,,"i' H ,,f'r flrl ,m,M
3JH U'i' ii- '
l'ej l;uU yralf ul
Villi imm nf Ihe tiny,