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EVENINO DULI.ET1N. HONOLULU. T. H.. TUESDAY, FED. 20, 1906
Entered at tbo I'ostotflce at Mono-,
lulu as second-class matter.
tho President of tho Hoard of Health
that tho Wnlklkl marshes are In nil
unsanitary condition. Thoy nre breed
ing tilnr-na nf mnannllnoi nml amm!
Published Every Day Except Sunday, when the l'annma canal Is opened the
at 120 King Street, Honolulu, danger ot these marshes will he nppir--
T. H., by the elated It will come home to the pm-
ntn i r-ri.i n,mn. n ,. ,' plo ns the menaco of the cesspool wa
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD. ,r(ulglll by visitations of cholera ni.-l
u,,..,. . ,.;,,'., ,.. ' i plague. Tho lesson oi experience i
WALLACE R. FARRINflTON.. Editor 0boug.
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Ti ri j ivn nill.uuuui luia, uuli otu,'
the tlirtj.it la not Immediate the mum
nre inclined to Urge putting the whole
tiling on to some more convenient sen-
eon. Thus do ninny good plans go to
With the awakening of Honolulu to
n realization of what can he done b
publlr splilted effort, there is steadily
growing hope for the future. "Con
nenatUes" who dubbed programs of
nctlon and progress ns "Idle dreams"
rune lived to sec tho "dreams' realiz
ed desplto tho wet blanket of consrn
tlsm. and that too within comparatUc
ly few months. Possibly this reclama
tion proposal will be put down as one
ot Plnkhnm's dreams. If so, the critic
must admit it to bo n mighty practical
one when presented to a community
of citizens with civic energy, good
sense, progrcssuo power, uctermlim
lion, ginger nml brains.
A good share ot later years In Ha
wall has been occupied in ponderous
explanations ot what can't bo done
and why this place Is so different. Ha
waii Is Indeed pccutlnr and Honolulu
Is Its center.
Could there bo a moro worthy over
throw of our peculiarities than tli
erection of a modern surburban resi
dence district on tho site of a former
It can t be done In n year nor In
It should however be
put on the list of public works to re
ceive first consideration from the clti
reus nnd authorities.
CAPTAINS ON MANY SEAS
NEVER WITHOUT PE-RU-NA.
"Give Me My Compass and
Pc-ru-na and I Will Steer
Clear of All Wrecks."
Payable In Advance.
rrr month, anywhero In U. 3.. I ,75
Ver quarter, anywhero In U. 8.. 2.00
Per year, anywhere In U. S 8.00
ftt year, postpaid, foreign 11.00
lx month I ,G0
?er yrir, anywhere In U. S.... 1.00
Per year postpaid, foreign .... 2.00
Territory of Hawaii,
Honolulu, County of Oahu)
C. CI. H0CKU3 Duslness Manager ol
the Bulletin Publishing Company. Lim
ited, being first duly sworn, on oath,
deposes and says: That the following
Is a truo nnd correct statement of clr
culatlon for the week ending Febru.
ary 16, 1906, of tho Dally and Week
ly Editions of tho Evening Bulletin:
Circulation of Evening Bulletin.
Saturday, Feb. 10 2408
Monday, Feb. 12 2117
Tuesday, Feb. 13 2130
Wednesday, Feb. 14 2126
Thursday, Feb. 15 2119 !0ma, years.
riiud, ru. iu ,..4uu
Average Dally Circulation 2166
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin.
Tuesday, Feb. 13, 1906 2356
Number of Weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hawaii alone... .1049
COM8IN ID guaranteed average
By C. O. B0CKU3,
Subscribed and sworn to be
fore mc this ICtli day ot Feb
SEAL ruary. A. D. 1906.
P. II. UUItNETTE,
No' ary Public, Honolulu, County of
TUESDAY FEB. 20. 1900
Aloha, Olrlsl Oregon atrial t
Flolnl Fiesta Is what they have In
California. Only In Hawaii Is It pos
sible to see a Pa-u Parade.
A I t V
Porto Rican Ladies Have
Peculiar Views On
WANTS HER HUSBAND
TO SHAKE HER FATE
Ono whose stock In trado Is deceit
and whosn weapon Is treachery can't
bo classed as won n good politician.
It It Is a first class ad. Upton is
looking for, he will enter his next
yacht In a San Frnnclsco-Honolulu
Dr. Illshop says Hawaii's cllmnto Is
sub-tropical. Hawaii's climate Is all
right, and can't bo duplicated any
where on earth.
What would Georga Washington say
of his birthday anniversary celebrated
In white suits and pa-us. Ko cherry
trees or hatchets.
Japan's admonition that China lie
liavt Itself may turn out to be China's
friend In need. Continued misbehav
ior .will certainly wind up In disaster.
Men of the United 8tatcs Senate who
tan things while tho people were In
different arc now dubbed the "elder
statesmen" as a mark of disrespect
This recalls Tom Heed's remark that
"a statesman Is a dead politician."
IMPROVEMENT CLUB ENERGIES
With several glorious exceptions
newly organized Improvement Club
havo met and recorded the consensus
of local opinion on what "tho govern'
ment" should do to mako surroundings
This Is all right as far as It goes.
Tho secret of success of an Improve
ment Club movement Is tho spirit of
velf-icllance It Inspires, Honolulu
people nro all too ready to havo "the
, government" do something whllo thoy
do nothing except possibly to criti
cise. "God nnd tho Government help
thoso who help themselves" would "bo
a not Inappropriate motto for Improve
ment Clubs with a full list of olllccrs,
on equal number of members or less
end nono working Individually, but
nil telling what others should do.
Mako tbo Improvement Club a cen
ter of community work.
Then tho "Government" part will
coma In without an effort,
pinkhamYwaikiki marsh plan
, Every person with n spark of public
spirit should carefully peruse the
scheme drawn un by L. E. Plnkliam
tor converting tho Walklkl marshci
from an Insanitary bog hole to n model
Every person Imbued with a desire
to assist on tho advancement ot Ho
nolulu as a model city ot the sub
tropics should tako bucIi an Interest In
the plan as will old In Its accomplish
Mr. Plnkham's plan Is at once so
comprehensive and so far beyond any.
thing thus far proposed, that at ilut
sight no improvement on It seems pos
sible. Likely tho first criticism will bo
that It is too tloso an approach to tho
Ideal for Honolulu to contemplate.. A
million dollar project has a wonder
fully blighting effect on the ambition
of Honolulu b public spirited citizens.
who form an idea that it might Increase
their taxes four dollars a year. Yet
these same people would think noth
ing of floating million dollar enter
prises, whero .the public money floats
In on the water In the proposition.
Despite some ot the generally rec
ognized fallings of tho community, In
dividually unci .collectively, an Ideal
muBt bes et If anything .worth while Is
to be done.
None will question the conclusion ot
Lnkcwood, N. J.. Feb. 10. Mrs. John
D. Itockcfcllcr professes not to know
tho whereabouts of her husband, ac
cording to a statement mndo over the
telephono today by n secretary, who
said that he spoko for Mrs, Itockcfcllcr,
In reply to a question as to whero Mr.
Rockefeller was. tho secretary said:
"Wo do not know anything about
"Is ho In Lakcwood?"
"Wo don't know where he Is," was
tho answer and tho receiver "was hung
1 M I
COUNCIL OF CATHOLICS
Syracuse, N. Y., Feb. 8. Tho Post
Standard quotes a "reliable authority"
as saying that a plenary or national
council ot tho Ilomnn Catholic church
In the United States will bo held at
Baltimore next month. Every Illshop
in ino united States must attend nnd
each will bo accompanied by his sec
retary nnd a theologian from bis dio
cese. Cardinal Gibbons will preside.
The last plenary council was held at
naitimoro In 1881 and Its deliberations
and decrees arc now the law ot the
church in this country.
EVENINQ "DRE88" CANE.
Seattle, Feb. 8. A determined effort
; : 7i.. nn.i t .! f r-lk. fill-"best gamaieu uoper wnuiun,
!ndon, Feb, 10. Is tho evening
"dress" cone, such ns Count d'Orsay
carried to tho opera, nnd a lliousan-l
famous dancers twirled, coming Into
fashion again? It has been more than
usually In evidence lately and the stick
shops of Mayfalr aro noting with sur
prise tho Increasing demand for It. A
mild thrill of excitement fluttered
through tho stnlls of his Majesty's
Theater, a few weeks ngo, on tho ap
pcuruuco of n ticket holder, who walk
ed to his seat and made a graceful one of tho strong points that wilt
and Praised on
Land and Sea.
Capt. L. T. Cutter, 1!S
10th Ave., l'bnsacola,
"A sick sailor Is a
pretty helpless man. I havo found that
Pcruna will do moro to resloro ono than
any other medicine 1 know, and I havo
carried a couplo of bottles on board for
"Seven j cars ago Peruna cured mo of
bronchial trouble. In a few weeks and
gavo inn such now Ufa and ncrvo forco
that I cortolnly beltcvo In telling you
"OWe me my compau and Peruna
and I will Mtccr clear ot wreckn of all
klndt and Jand In port tale and well
with vettcland men."-L. T. Carter.
Capt, E. A. Watxon, M. V.., 4S Eliza
both strcot, Ottawa, Ont., writes:
"Peruna has my heartiest endorse
ment. If tliero Is any plsco that you
aro liclplei when III, It Is on board a
stesmcr, at sea, miles away from any
"Sometimes twoorthreo of my men
would be sick at one tlmo and seriously
erlpplo tho force, but slnco we havo
learned of tho valuoot Peruna, by tak
ing a tow dotes thoy rocuporsto Tcry
For special directions everyone snould read "The Ills of Life," a copy
f u,i.irh atirroiinria each hottle. Peruna Is for sale by all chemists and
flruoglsts at one dollar per bottle or six bottles for five dollars.
Those wishing direct correspondence with,. Dr. Hartman and can wait
the necessary delay In receiving a reply, should address Dr. 3. B. Hartman,
Columbus, Ohio, U. 8. A. ' ....,,,
Benson, Smith t Co. will supply Ihe retail drug trade In Honolulu.
OUR MONTHS' IMPRISONMENT
IMPOSED BY JUDGE DOLE ON
CRUZ TORRE AND MA
Judge Dole this morning sentence!
a couulo of tho Porto Illcan blgnmlsta
who were. Indicted by tho Grand Jury,
namely Maria Santos and Cruz Torre,
both women. A. F. Judd appeared foi
tho former nnd C. A. Long for tho
latter. Doth had entered picas of
When asked If she had any state
ment to mnko Maria Santos wanted the
court to Inform her why she nnd tho
other defendants were tho only ones
who had to pay tho penalties, when
tliero wero many other women, who
married several times.
Judd snld that his client had ex
plained her situation to him as follows:
She had tlrst been told thnt the proper
thing to do was to get married. She
hud done so, not only once but twice,
n.i.l ah.. 1.A.I B..A,, (lll.n. Il.trl.l tftn,.!.
IIM'-....... i.l.l . 1.1 A " "" ." IUU v..w ...v..
ui. ,, . . H, . , .. women do so with Impunity.
kidney diseases, snd havo also found II i Crut Torro B8kcd th0 c0llrt tthy he,
very flno for la grippe. husbands had not teen brought Inlu
icruna is always ono oimo mosum- court also to sharo her misery.
New. Process "Gas Ranges
These have been bought at prices nuch below the market on ac
count of our taking a whole consignment.
The goods are well known and we are able to sell them upon spe
cially favorable terms.
Blue Flame Oil Stoves-
An assortment Just to hand by the "Gerard C. Tobey."
Pacific Hardware Co, Ltd.
BEFORE BUYING GET OUR PRICES.
is na i"--. i"3 its pt, ra ra m m r- ra fn r- ns p j m m r r n rt ta
portant supplies ot my steamer." E.A.
With a bottle ot Peruna on lioard
sailors havo a remedy on which thoy
Commodore U. S. Navy.
Commodore Komcrvlllo Nicholson, ot
tho Unltad Htales Navy, In a lot. or f rom
IM7 H strcot, N. W., Washington, D. O.,
" unhesitatingly recommend Pe
runa to all persons suffering from ca-tarrh."-'S.
It you do not dcrlvo prompt and satis
factory results from the use ot Peruna,
wrlto a tonco to Dr. Hartman, giving a
full statement of your case, and ho will
be pleased to give you his valuable ad
Address Dr. Hartman, President ot
Tbo Hartman Sanitarium, Columbus, O.
ELKS FOR SEATTLE
END COPPER WAR
New York, Feb. . It was said In
. ,,. 'mnS. , , iho , MOT meeting otBclal quarters today that the A.nal
Is being made to get bo 1907 meeting j Co company has con.
sented to h termination ot all the 1 1 ti-
..! n. hahiii'ii riis honina v. i in
ii-uiuu un " ' , ", ,i, ini-ii gallon in Montann pending tho result
l"y ' Si,i l.un of J J f ,h0 negotiations which aro In prog
lodge a committee, consisting c if J. J. & nfCa f()r a BcUlcmcllt
play with u long cano, gold knobbed
nnd tasseicil. ills satin-lined opera
cloak flung back at the right shoulder,
his left hand carrying dnlntlly his lint,
this twentieth century Hcnu Ilrummel
progressed to his sent with studied,
mincing curves ot his Georgian cant.
mo women lartlcularly were Inter
ested In Ihe spectacle. Slnco then
many of these tasscled cunes have been
Ileynouiganiii.a. joncs.wisa pumi - heea .,,
ed to take this matter in hand, nndi . . . ...,..
llicy nnvo a reauy soi ''"""" "mated, which was mado with the con
plan to get tho meeting for this city nliroval of II. II. ltogcrs. tho
U I ... I UInnl,lni.n.1 n ntftn tDU'ltril
District Attorney lircckons said that
both these gentlemen were in jail.
Mrs. Torro went on to say that she
would bo. satisfied with being punished
If her husbands wero punished also.
The second arte was moro guilty than
she, as he had promised to bo re
sponsible for tho consequences of their
marriage. If che was sentenced to Im
prisonment she wanted better treat
ment than sho had received on former
visits at that Instlttulon, when she had
been forced to sleep In the bare floor.
She did not know the law about mar
riages here, anyhow.
Judgo Dolo said that many new
comers had to learn our laws by sad
experience, and proceeded to explatu
that the law would allow a woman to
bavo only ono husband at a time.
"That's not right," Interrupted Mrs.
Torre. "It depends on who the man
Is." Sho also asked that her sentence
might bo considered as an equivalent
to a divorce from both her husbands,
asking at tho same time on account of
which ot tbo two she was punished.
Jtidgo Dolo gave the two ladles a
tew pointers on the marriage laws and
sentenced each of them to four months'
Imprisonment and a flno of $1 each.
Abellno Mcrcado, tho second hus
band of 0119 ot these two wpmen, was
also sentenced to a four mouth's term
Oswald Mayall, charged with ndul
try, entered a plea of not guilty.
KAUAI 'KEOT' PHRASES
Llhuc, Knual, Feb, 19. The Garden
Tho "old codger" sauntered Into
the otrico a fow days ago, settled him
self comfortably In our favorite chair,
placed his feet on tho desk and after
missing tho cuspidor five or six times,
lemarkcd: "I notice that tho Honolu-
Weekly Bulletin SI Pr year.
NUUANU VALLEYS 1-3 aero
well Improved, with all kinds
of fruit trees, 6-room cottage
Strong poniis mm m .,,,, ,; ,,ni,i,.,i ... mwant
nut 1111 bv tho locnl order of Elks IB''," '..,.. ... ., .ii
that the national convention of Chris-1 ", X "'"""'w.ll ireet
tlan Endenvorc-rs will be held in this . . . . , -, .!,, iins u papers are full of catch phrases In
city nt the samo time. ... , 0i..(.. lho cntrnncn of new mln-l'eiulod to boom tho Islands, or to bo
lug Interests In tho united copper l".""" . huuuiuiu, mm 1 wvu
HOUSES TO LET
Bargains in Kaimuki Lots
HOMES FOR SALE
Trent and company
HOU8E and LOT at Punahou.
8lze of lot 76x125; modern
HOUSE and LOT, Maklkl SL
Lot 60x90; modern cottage,
:OR. FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8,
WE ARE NOW SHOWING
A New Importation
0 OF 0
This goods has become deservedly
popular with both men and women,
and Is especially used for Kimonos,
Dressing Sacques, Skirts, Sailor Suits,
Negligee Shirts and Pajamas.
PLAIN COLORS, 31 Inch,
JSF- 20d YARD-qE
We have all shades In this.
FIGURED, 31 Inch,
3sy-25d YARD -2
This Includes some very beautiful
designs, especially suitable for kimo
nos and dressing sacques.
PURE WHITE, 31 Inch,
5MT- 35d 50J 4 GOd YARD -
These qualities are very desirable
for sailor suits and negligee shirts.
Company, the concern controlled by
the Helnzcs. It Is said In olllclal quar
ters thut If the deal goes through tho
Hclnzes will become tho minority In
terest In tho United Copper Company.
Negotiations are now being carried ion
between third parties ami the Heluies,
and there will bo no consolidation ot
the Amalgamated Copper Company
and the United Copper Company. If
the negotiations end successfully tho
two big Montana properties will worlc
In harmony, and tho litigation, In
volving about (200,000,000 of mining
claims, will be ended.
On Monday next
We Will Show
A Shipment of high
thunk out a few things that may help
mo goou work along, ami pernaps
bring an avalancho of subscriptions to
Tho Garden Island." And ho hnnded
over the following;
Hike to hospitable Honolulu, and
Honolulu, tho hnlf-way house to
Hilarious Sundays always In Hono
Honolulu, tho home of honest hack-
Plaguu and pestilence unknown In
No hot days In healthy Honolulu.
Honesty rules in Honolulu.
When did you coma? When nro you
going back? 4
Homes for tho homeless In Honolu
Honolulu, tlio Paradlso of small
No malaria In Honolulu.
Honolulu has no mosqut Hero
the old liar coughed violently a time
or two, curled up, nnd Blowly choked
will be fittingly observed at the
Alexander Young Hotel
by a special dinner with Hawaiian
music in attendance, to b: followed
by a GRAND PUBLIC BALL
to which everyone is
THURSDAY EVENING, FEB. 22
The Regimental band from the Trans
port Sherman will play between
l SPAVIN CURE -
H m Jl p
Jafcl'sr YflH TJil I Mb-1-!! liSk
W m Ml J& r
Tho BUSINESS MAN'8 HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulle
tin and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise and complete resume of all le
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
75 ( per month. Weekly Bulletin,
81 per year.
At 45p. Yid
It Is Cool
JUST THE PLACE TO SPEND
The best of everything
ALL S0RT3 OF AMU8EMENT,
ALL KIND8 Ol' RECREATION,
ALL THE COMFORT8 OF HOME..
Tickets and Information at Oahu
Railway station and Trent & Co., or
ring up Halelwa Hotel, King S3.
On Sundays tho Halelwa Limited, a
two-hour tr, Ni, leaves- at 8:22 a. m.;
returmn;, lnlvea In Honolulu at 10:10
Tuscola, Ills., Nov. 15, 190S.
TItOY CHEMICAL CO.,
Ulnghamton, N. Y.
Dear Sirs: Yours of Nov. 11th, ask
ing about results with "8avo-the-Horso"
Spavin Cure received yesterday
and In reply can say that I bad a driv
ing horso with a bony growth on ono
of his front knees so bad that tho leg
was stiff and had to bo moved side
ways to go. My attention was called
to "Savc-tho-Horso" Spavin Curo by
my asking my druggist for something
that would help or Oire It, and ho call
ed my attention to this romedy and
guarantee I was fearful that It had
been too long standing to bo cured,
and had him wrlto tho company and
seo what tbby thought nbout tho case.
In a short time got letter irom tno
company to sell mo tho Curo un tho
guarantee. So I brought It out and
commenced using It as directed, and
did not notlco any effect for ten days
then a dlmlnlshmcnt could bo seen,
and before I bad used all tho mcdlclno
could not notice a partlclo of lame
ness and tho enlargement had nearly
all gono. Havo been using the horso
all tho time slnco, and notlco no lnme-
ness In that leg whatever.
havo recommended It to several neigh'
bors and think "Save-tho-Horse" Is un.
excelled, yours sincerely,
P. J. GATES
Mnmaroneck, If. Y., Nov. 7, 1905.
TIIOY CHEMICAL CO.,
Dlnghnmton, N. Y. '
Gentlemen: About eighteen months
ago I had a black horso with a bono
spavin. I had her fired nnd blistered
several times and ,It did not seem to
do ono bit of good. Ono day a horso
trainer told mo liu thought "Save-the-Horso"
might do him some good. I
tried It and after using half a bottlo
I found my horse was perfectly sound
again. Tho rest of tho bottlo I used
on another horso that had n large
shoe-boll, and In a short tlmo tho shoo
boll disappeared. Yours very truly,
122 WlnOeld Avo.
Burlington, Iowa, Nov, 14, 1905.
no sinco, nnu nouco no lame- ,.".," . ., .u
bat leg whatever. I would!"0 ,SJBt SnH.
believed any medicine could , ,?!'n ,nf,' L"EP i
3 tho work so effectually. I ' bn, '' ? Bn,d,t' h?J '!,
mm.,i w to rni iii,. M""l sound. I think "Save-i
Tho caso on which I used "Save-thc-
Horso" was a bog spavin of six
fills a long felt want. Very respectful.
ly, WALTEH C. MOORE.
"Save-the-Horse'' Permanently Cures 8pavin, Ringbone (except low Ring
bone), Curb, Thoroughpln, Splint, Shoe Boll, wind Puff, Injured Tendons and
all lameness without scar or loss of hair. Horse may work as usual.
dc .-,(-. Vr bottlo. Written guarantee ns binding to protect you ob
UU tbo best legal talent could make It. Send for copy and book
let. At druggists and dealers or express paid. Scores ot letters to confirm
and convlnco. Send for copies. Absoluto and overwhelming ovldenco and
certainties us to tho unfailing power of "Savo-tho-Horse."
TROY CHEMICAL COMPANY
BINGHAMTON, N. Y. Formerly Troy, N. Y.
Trade supplied by the Hobron Drug Co. and the Holllster Drug Co., Honolulu.
For best design of background for
picture ot Royal Hawaiian Dand to
be used on proposed tour.
3311-tf J. C. COHEN.
F. D. WICKE,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
Oflfc and Store Fitting, Cabinet Male
Ing and Polishing; Calabash Turn
ing; Repairing and Central Jobbing.
'082 ALAKEA ST., rear Y. M. C. V