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EV'ENIN'O nUKLHTIN, HONOLULU. T H., SATURDAY. FEB. 44, 1606.
Published Every Day Except Sunday,
at lzn King Street, Honolulu,
T H., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
n policy that retards the progress of
the schools by placing unnatural duties
on the teachers. Despite the cry for
more roads nnil hetter polke, the
thoughtful majority of this Island t
gard the nubile school as deserting
I equal and If nciessary, special con
- S There should be no hesltnncy on the
WALLACE R. FARRIHBTON. .Editor) ., f the Supervisors In dealing with
or SuifHntenucnl li.iu
Entered 'at the 1'ostofflco at llouo
lulu as second-class matter.
Payable In Advance.
tr month, nnywhero In U. S
Ter quarter, anywhere In U. S
Per year, anywhere In U. S 8.00
er year, postpaid, forulgn 11.00
ix months J .CO
fer yrir, anywhere In U. 8.... 1.00
Per year postpaid, foreign .... 2.00
Mtt Their nttltudo will give n test. If
tesi be needed, of whether they nre
giiterned by n petty technicalities, and
peanut politic, or n broad pattlotlc
nppiciintlon of their responsibilities
as public tenants.
The public school Is the corner stone
It will le surprising If a Hoard of
Supervisor wlildi showed such excel
lent Judgment In the purchase of a
beaih park for the people, takes any
Imrknnid steps when dealing with n
matter that h.ts to do directly with tin
edmutlon of the ihlldrcu of the people
Following Is the cast of character
for the pla to tc given by High School
students In the Opera House tonight
Ills Excellency Sir Montague JInr- !
tin Hcrt Llghtfoot
The Itlght Honorable Henry Carl- I
ton Mr. Sprngue
Captain Charles Carcw
Mr. Harry White
Mr. John llovorstock.Mr. Harry Ilurden.
I Captain alters .....Mr. Klrkly Tucker.
o Mr. Alfred Sniythc
Territory of Hawaii, )
. Honolulu, Count of Oahu)
C. it. IIOCKUB, Business Manager ol
Ue Bulletin Publishing Company, Lim
ited, being first duly sworn, on oath,
deposes and says: That the following
Is a true t.nd correct statement of cir
culation for the week ending Febru
TESTIFY IN I
A clerk Mr. Ting Kwal
A sentry Mr. ltobert Clark")
A butler Mr. l'nxon Dow.
Mrs. Wentworth llollngbroke
Miss Mildred Uracc
lather Carlton Miss ornh Deo
Stella Do (lex. ...Mlss Maude l'aty
Music will be furnished by Ernest ,
Knal. Tho curtain rises nt 8 13,
promptly. Tickets may be secured nti
Wall, Nichols Co, from the High1
School students or nt the box oilier, at
After a pleasant trip from llllo and
way jxrU. the steamer Klnnu arrived
tins tnnrnlni? nt in-IT. with n numlier
ary 23rd 1806, of tin- Dally and Wrek- of pacnger, aIui considerable freight
ly bunions ot mo i.vcn.ng . ui eum . .,,mlr, llnpt,sv. ,,, nm,ndatli
Circulation of Evening Bulletin
Admiral Ueckley. the accommodating
purser, stated that the weather was
line during nil tho trip, and that nffalrs vlted to any and all of these services.
1. 1) Edwards, pastor.
Saturday, Feb. 17 2382
Mnnrf.iv. Pen. 19 22S3
Tuesday, Feb. 20 21621 In llllo were very much as usual 1 lie
Wednesday, Feb. 21 .. 2158 1 larger nuirfber of passengers are leud-
Thursday, Feb. 22 . .2200 . nB men of Hllo who are here as wlt-
Frlday, Feb 23 (press break). .1855 ,,, m ,10 Hrown-Spreckcls land
Average Dally Circulation --2160 n , lonrl,r, . ownership of
t f HC,UJap Vo 06 y MSs'e water front of llllo.
Tuesday. Feb 20. 1906 ; , ,. . . . ..2355. ,
Numoer Ot weeklies aciiverco on - - - - -
..the Island of Hawaii alone .. .1052 ho enmc down today on the Klnau
COMBINED guaranteed average several other persons of prominence
circulation -.515Of that place were already In the 'city
BULLETIN PII1LIS1IINO CO.. LTD.. m take part In the famous case. Among
Christian Church, torncr Alaken nnd
I Klni; streets. All the regular services
I tomorrow Junior C. E., 9 a. m.; Sen
ior C. E.. C:30 p. m.; Bible school, 9:30
a. m., preaching 11 n. m. and 7:30 p.
m. Morning subject "Tho I'lnco of
Missions In the Kingdom of God."
Evening subject "In your patlenco sup
ply Godliness." You nro cordially In-
IpfSl This Pretty I
lm irl Saved j: 1
i! rJBM, From il
!; rSmfW . Lungs By ji j
! llSTiPe-ru-iia. J
rRs!' . . Asesy"tf'A'2a!:!i
' MISS FLORENCE KENAH. ;
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.
MIm Florence- K. Konah, 431 Maria street, Ottawa, Ont., write.!
"A tew months ago I caught a severe cold, which settled on my lung and re
malned there mo persistently that I became alarmed. I took medicine without
benefit, until my digestive organs became upset, and my heed and back began
to ache severely and frequently.
BEFORE BUYING GET OUR PRICES.
(Continued from Page 1.)
"We glvo them a blue denim suit,"
"I did not nsk you what you glvo
them. You might give them 1100 too.
It Is Cool
JUST THE PLACE TO SPEND
"I was advised to try I'eruna, and although 1 had little faith I felt so sick that Tho quesllon Is aro they required to
was ready to try anything. It brought me blessed relief at once, and I felt , wear a special garb?' said Humph- The OCSt OI CVerVthlllP'
Ut I had the right medicine at last. Within three weeks I was completely ,tv)J. I J, UC ussi ui fcvwyiijuig
A slight break In the press Just as
the last forms were ready caused the '
delay In Issuing yesterday s Bulletin.
$400 WEDDING INVITATION.
that I had the rlsht
restored and have enjoyed perfect health since,
I now have the greatest laun in reruna.-
By C. O. BOCKUS,
Subscribed and sworn to be
tore me this 24th dny of IVb
SEAM ruary. A. D. 1906.
P. II. HURNETTE.
No'ary Tubllc. Honolulu. County of
KEI1. 21. 190fi.
lliomS tomltiK today Is Hon John Bak
r. former got ci nor of Hawaii.
II C. Wllfong. tax assessor of Hn
wnl. was on the Klnau. Ho has been
obliged to appear In the local court
In the land case, nlso . Judge G. W. A.
Hupal ciur.c for the same purpose. 11U
wife has been here for some time, 'nnd
will remain another month
J. A. Scott of tho Hllo Sugnr Com
Washington, Teh. 13r-lour ltun
drcd dollars Is tho price paid for un
Tho cold wind
and rain, slush
nnd mud ot win
ter ro especially
conducive to catarrhal derangements.
I Few women escape.
i lTn.it, (I. a Wt av.mntnma nt ffl(Mitnf?
invitation to-be Itooscvclt-Longworth ,,, ,,. ,,,?, b'0 tak.Ilf It for.
It appears, "needed tho money." Woul' ''"cm 8al,,,t collU B,,a "
was recelted nt the Wlilto House to-' rrh.
dnv from an unnucstlonnblo sourcol
that on Invitation to tho wedding had
been sold to a person more nnxlous to
witness tho ceremony than the origi
nal holder of the precious card.
Efforts nre being made to locate tho
Pe-ru-na for Colds and Catarrh.
Tho following Interesting letter gives
one young woman's experience with
Miss Itoso Ocrblng, a popular society
- . , ....... r i pa")' came In todny. Dr. J. C. Kit-
nuttlne It. Tho prnc
whether the teneherH of tho public
Kchools shall be forced to become Jnn
jtors. Should tho Hepburn rullroad rate
bill pass the Senate In the next few
days, doubting Thomases will bo won
dering whether there's a nigger In tho
wood pile, It pulled through so easily.
When Wu Ting Fang declares his
.ntmnrt of theClilncso boyiott of
Americans, jou may know that tho
to his home next Tuesday. A. S. nich
ley. who Is connected with the Volcano
koa proposition, was another arrival
as was Fred Carter, mannger of the
I'arker Hanch Co. of Hawnll.
OFFICERS LODGE OF PERFECTION
At last night's meeting of tho Lodge
of Perfection, tho following officers
M Phillips, Yen. M.; C. O. Bnrtlctt,
.....'.i i. .!,!.- i. ..i-.. ... woman of Crown Point, Ind., writes:
a canceling of the Invitation. Tho "Ucecntly I took a long drive- In tho
limited list of Invitations hns been country, ana being too tniniy ciau i
carefully scrutinized nnd the Whlto I caught a bd cold which sottled on my
Hotiso olllclnls reallzo that they hav lungs, and which I could not seem to
a dlrtlcult task before them to spot the shake off. I had beard a great deal of
holder of the $100 card and turn It; Peruna for colds and catarrh and I
down when It Is presented.
New Orlenns, Feb. 10. Whether or
not Professor Thomas E. Beyer of Tit
lane University will die of nnthrnx, one
of the worst diseases known to phy-
Florence B. Kenah.
but have purchased several bottles to
glvo to thoo without the means to buy,
and havo noticed without exception
that it hns brought about n speedy euro
wherever It has been used." Huso
Pe-ru-na-Contains no Narcotics.
Ono reason why Peruna has found
permanent no In so many homes Is Hint
It contains no narcotic of any kind. Pe
runals perfectly harmless. It can 1k
used any length of time without acquir
ing a drug habit. Peruna does not pro
duco temporary results. It Is permanent
In Its effect.
It has no bnd effect upon tho system,
and gradually eliminates atarrh by re
moving tho cause of catarrh. There aro
a multitude of homes whero Peruna has
been used off and on for twenty years.
Such a thing could not bo possible If
Peruna contained any drugs of a nar
Addrcsa Dr. Hartman, President ot
The Hartman Sanitarium, Columtius,
All correspondent held strictly confidential,
bought a bottlo to try. I am pleased
that I did, for It brought speedy roller.
It only took about two bottles, and I
consider this money well spent.
You have a firm friend In me, and I
not only advise its use to my friends.
For medal directions everyone sftOuld read "The Ilia of Life," a copy
... .7 . .. . ..'.,-- ' vfriinniaia at nn Hnllar ner bottle or siv bottles forfivo dollars.
resu i or ncciucntni inocuiiiiion oi mm-, ---"----, -: r-- j. .. i.u n. u. ..... a rn u,alt
self with i In. eerm. nr the dendlv dls- Those wishing direct correspondence with Dr. Hartman and can wait
',". '"0..Mr"..r-"I0...."- ?...'.' .".! th. neces.arv delav In recelvlnn a renlv. should address Dr. 8. B. Hartman,
upply the retail drug trade In Honolulu.
........ .. n.l lliu rnr.ll?n nnvim in u vv linn v Kmth I. v IT .1. mar, IB u I uitduuii iiiu (muni:! w ntiiv.i,
too strong tor even tho educated Chi- i,ltchlns. Orator; J. D. Tucker, 'aL JTofeasor Ucyer and other scientists it-olumbus lor u-? ,
. ....i. . .. .'.. . ... In this cltv nro nwalt nc with anxtvty.l Tuenson, Bmnn . 10. win s
" ,u "'" . moner; J. u. jucner. aecremry; uav ,, .,,' .. ,,. . ", ,.. .,, ...
- i n..i.. n-..... fn if ii..iIa ....... sa .. w ,..a ... . . .
mv x-... v.,rfc PHv lii rnf. " '"'". '"'" " . ot three In tho human kind nnd Is al-' M pw vnnK SUNDAY CONCERT.
runt There Is not much room for ar- "r c-' A . Otis, I-.xpert; J. . most nlvays fatal In the lower anl
-"- ---.-- lln.ali,. A our !- (me L'.llrn KII t I ... .
. hut Now lork City eioesni iminv.. .. ...v.i, ...,(,,. mais. vew v0rk. Feb. 13. Ilcin
C. or II.; Tlieo. llonmnnn,
let Its school teacncni go ucggiug ui
make such small appropriations that
teachers of the largo schools havo to
Thut was a glowing tribute which
(lev. Shields paid to the press of llllo
by not referring to It In his sermon
on Sunday. But what an arinlgnmcnt
of lho ureas of other sections of the
(ountry, even Honolulu camo In for a
sn.it.1 for the untruthfulness of Its
n.ii-Kfi.iTn-r reporters. The Hllo read'
rs of the Advertiser nnd Bulletin win
ut under the drippings of tno sanctu
ary during the sermon went to thelt
homes ufter -the service wondering it
tlthtr editor told the truth In the edi
torial columns ot his paper. Hawaii
Thunks! But who the deuce Is
TEACHERS UR JANITORS
Etery parent and every tnxpayet o
tho Territory and especially ot tho
County of Oahu should read carefully
the statement of tho educational situ-
utlon nnd the obvious necessity for
funds git en by Superintendent nau
bltt and published In this Issue.
That the necessity should arlso for
burdening teachers of tho puuuc
tihools with Janitorial duties In order
thut other teachers may be employed
is a disgrace to tho Territory of Ha
waii. It signifies a luck of leglslatlte fore
tight. , . ,
It demonstrates tho result of a
penurious policy towurd the publM
school, an Institution recognized
throughout our country as the bul
wark of our nation's safety and its
The Bulletin cannot Imagine a more
disgraceful blot on the good reputation
of the Territory of Hawaii than the
array of facts Mr. Babbitt presents. It
Is a plain, uncolored assertion of what
Tho immediate problem Is how to
remedy this state of affairs so that It
will fall least harshly upon tho.e earn
est hard working teachers who havo
already borne more than their share
of the Territorial poverty and legl.ia
To a large extent this problem of
making teachers do Janitor labor, that
other teachers may bo secured Is the
personal affair of the parents and tax
payers of Oahu County. This counti)
has the largest and finest buildings. It
has the modern structures requiring
the attetnlon of a Janitor. Tho teach
ers Involved are the Instructors ot the
County of Oahu children. The money
needed can be furnished by the tax
payers of the County.
Wo havo little doubt as to what re
sponse would follow a detailed cun
vass of the parents and taxpayers ot
this County. Notwithstanding tho false
economy ot the Legislature, the citi
zens of the County do not believe In
Tho Catholic Church of St. John
tho Baptist. Kallhl-wacna, In thargo
of r.everend Father Clement. Tomor
row February 25, Qulnquagcslma Sun
!ny (I. e fifty duys before Easter Sun
Jay), 8:3U a. m., high mnss with ser
mon, collection' Sunday school. 4 p.
The Catholic Church of the Sacred
'Icai t, Marquesvlllu (Punnhou) In
charge of Itev. Father Clement. To-
monow, (February 25, 1 la. in., high
mass with sermon, collection, Sun
lay school, 3 p. m. llosary.
HOUSES TO LET
Bargains in Kaimuki Lots
homes for sale
"Trent and company
Our Semi-Annual Sale
The following freight came In today
on tho Klnau: 1 automobile. 1 horse,
i bags coffee, 10 bdles. car Iron, 10'j
cds. wood, 11 brls. bottles. 11 bags
pines. IS crts. chickens, 35 empty kegu.
"J pigs, 99 lulls, hides.
England Labor Parly
Has Educational Bill
lied, director ui tho Metropolitan Op. i
era-house, wai urrcstcd toJay for giv
ing n rendition of Verdi's requiem
i n. . ,.. niiAnlmr Ilia nrM ii
. made tor 'the purine of n lest act of tho new labor party has been to
ense growing out of a recent agitation draft an cmicnuon uih wnirn is iu u-
ilenry said they wcro required to ALL S0RT8 OF AMU8EMENT,
wear a special suit. This was n san- ftUL KnD8 Olr RECREATION,
Itary measure. IaLL THE COMFORTS OF HOME.
"Well, now supposo I should be sen- " ,..., . ..,.,,. .. ..,
lenced to Jail for a short term for a "ncket and Information at Oahu
small offense, ns for Instance assault Railway atallon and Trent & Co., or
and Lattery on my friend Prosscr, nnd ring up Halelwa Hotel, King 53.
I had n sufficiency of clonics wun me. , on Sundays the Maieiwa uimuea, a
would you make me wear the uniform? tyhr tr. 'n, leaves at 8:22 a. m.;
"Yes, I think I would." said Henry. returms, frriM In Honolulu at 10:10
"Well. I'll sec thnt 1 don't get In !'
then." retorted Humphreys. ' ' "
Henry further said that death sen- cr. Ho staled that Chun Hoon hntl
lences wcro executed In tho prison, not demanded n Jury trial at the tlmo
The prison nnd Jail were separated by ho was tried In tho Police Court. Ho
n wall. This was provided a gate, which had. In Imposing sentence, used tho
was opened on some occasions to pro- words "In Honolulu Jail." The mlttl-vldr-
ventilation. , mus In tho case had been signed by
On further examination Henry got n him but did not bear these words. Ho
little riled. "When you havo hail had ortcn used the worus in iniposniK
charge of Jails as long as 1 havo yo-. rentenco In cases which took place,
might know something nbout how to prior to this one.
mnnlpulato them, no said to nenry. this cioscu wio cw m -- -
"I might know." rctoricu num-,iory. rrosier ubkcii mm inu ....
phrevs. "bu: I would probably not list: tho prison nnd Jail, but Judge Do
have' the nervo to do what you people Holt said that he did not feel that this
aro doing over there." was necessary as he fully unnersioou
Prosser. on cross examination, the situation, u was ueciueu w '
brought out that thcro had never been tho nrgument In tho nfternoon, begin-
nny special ofTlcu or rules established ulng nt 2 o'clock.
for the Honolulu Jail. Henry said it'
would bo foollBh nonsenso to have I fiirrcxfr itp nilinninc
Bcparato sets of books for, tho Jail and, iNYcSlIuAlL KAlLKUAUj
the prison. I
After nn examination occupying ,,,.,,,. rii i The Sennto
nbout one and a half hours Henry was Washington. I eb. l..-The nnto
dismissed nnd Deputy Warden Burke today adopted a Joint resolution re
called. Ills testimony was on mo ported by Tillman from the sennto
enmo lines as Henry's. ' commlttco on Interstate Commcrca
-.C.Ufho wTwUne s ' Ho''' eslied I which direct, the Interstate Commerce
hat Chun Horn was' sentenced by Commission to investigate the chargo
Judgo wff "cj" o ono year's lmprl.y- of discrimination nnd combination In
ii iisLnnt heard tho Court 'restraint of trade made against cer-Hat-
.ythlng about th Jail bi.Mho tain railroads. The adoption of lho
rom T l nr tho words "In Honolulu ' resolutBJn wns preceded by a speech by
Ijndon. Feb. 10. Tho first official
Wr ent'en.i.ch'1 eri Voo to secure raM
v Znl Inn Ho knew of no sentences road legislation. Tillman sad ho was
lot sat sflcil w in tno rresiaents nu-
m..i.i c.n.in., ini,t (innrtii in KAT nut fftrwnni nn iiennir or me iraucsi
York theaters.' The" requiem mass". st Union Congress lis principle, are In- Jul. . J.II 'Y"? ffc $
Sunday wns ono of a series of regular terestlng. It advocates secular ''tn-l?,,CI',,,n,I?i?cso worts but not In
Snndav nlcht tonccrts 111 tho Mctropol- lion nnd the abolition of religious tests, ttd n"dcd tj eso w ords, uut not in
limit.. nr.'i'f ,-uiiii: il.
ltun Onern-houtc. which have been In for teachers. State-aided schools nre
progress for some time. to bo provided everywhere by local
Alter hclne crra cnctl today conrieu nuinoriiy ui ino imperial cum. net
.. . l.i.-t. !.,. T...lnA l.nft uAninlKtnil fl . 1
'.". r"-c . ,"u .""!: "r-T" "nun, . vl.crs. Among these he mentioned
iieiriiiiuui m u .i........V" . -" , .. 0,, ,fx ti.
former of whom, he snld, was an ad
viser of "magnates responsible for tho
devilment" nnd the latter of whom had
been for years attorney for the Penn
sylvania Itallroad Company. Knox
contrndlcted tho charge relative to
Chns. F. Chllllngwortn tcsiiueu inui
he defended Chun Hoon In tho District
Court. To tho best of his recollection
was paroled. The hearing was set for ondnry nnd technical education nlso "-' lo d . sentencing Chun himself, saying thnt ho never hi
February 20. .must bo provided by local authority. "Cy..T?,u thing has got to stop, attorney lor the Pennsylvania
....,. LtrS'S'l SBS A onearl.tho'timpntlon.ng roa,L
of tho bill, which has thus, to somo."10 J0'
Thursday March 1st.
AT 8 A. M.
Furnished house, Pacific Heights.
Four Bedrooms .....$75 00
Emma St 30 00
Gandall Lane 25 00
Cor. Young and Aloha Lane.... 18 00
Cor. King and Aloha Lane .... 20 00
Walklkl Beach ...'. 40 00
College Hills 40 00
Klnau Street 27 50
Lunalllo Street 50 00
Trust Co., Limited.
:OR. FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8,
New York. Feb. 13,-Dlstrlct Attnr- extent, a socialistic flavor.
ney Jerome hnd a talk lasting 1
and n half with urtivcr ciov
day In tho iatter's olllco In
able Life Assnranco Soclcty'i
The last six months havo been un
usually busy ones In our Cottorl Goods
Department, which has
having an Immense quantity
able abort length, on hand. If you
cxpnot attend the flr.t day, come the
next, there will be many left to choose
from. As usual, they are matked at
the low price, which have made our
Remnant Sale, famous,
Gingham., Lawn., Batl.te, Calico,
Shirting., Percale., Linen., Galate.,
Organdie., India Llnon, Victoria Lawn,
Grass Linen, Dimity, Naln.ook, Linen
Lawn, Denim., Crettonne., Madras,
Sllkollne, Burlap, Curtain 8wl,
Sheeting, Pillow Ca.lng, Muslins, Cam
bric., Table Linen, Toweling, Oil
Cloth, Lining, and many other ma
'pon reluming to tho Criminal Courts tho coming power of labor mid possl
..11,11.,., o.o, hi. vi.it m iim fnrmrr bly It may influence tho (lot-eminent
iKlllillllh .,v. ...a - .!... I.... I. II, ...l.n. la ,n t... Inl,n.
President Jerome declared thnt iney i-uiiiiiiiuii .....
had not discussed Insurance. Ho would duced next session,
not. however, reveal tho naturo of tho The- best Informed opinion in eev
innversntlon ora' fluartcra seems to ugree that what
1. 1. i.!i.',i tin. inonrnnrp nvdlenrn has been called the Unionist crisis may
gathered by the District Attorney will pass uwiiy without any open split or,
bo presented to tho Grand Jury on fr"l choice between retaliation mid.
Thursday ,nr,ff reform. Chamberlains letter. I
, . formally renouncing tho leadership of
r-"For Rent" card, on sale at the Conservative party, nlthough tt
ihenulletln office la's 1,are very clearly tho deep rooted 1
the Dulletlnjiffice. dlffcrcnccH. has tended to smooth
tilings liver, jjauour a jiunmuii iiusi
greatly since the beginning j
ork and he Is now sure ofi
support In tho proposed party
meeting next week.
Lodge nlso spoke nt length on the
Judgo Ocnr took tho stand for tho railroad question. He delivered a
cnrciuuy prepareu speveu, in w-iiiuu i.v
Ised the utmost
radical action. Ha
that the gltina-
K..r. This ended tho t-nao of the pttl- of rebates was practically tho only ovll
doner. 1 In connection with tho railroad sys-
Judgo Whitney was called by Pros- terns of the country.
-mourpor This Week OnlySW
antlty of deslr-i strong su
We Will Sell
A Shipment of high
LB. KerrS Co.,
BUYING UP TIDE LANDS.
Tacoma. Feb. 11. Negotiations be
tween tho Union Pacific Hallway and
tho St. Paul and Tnconui Lumber Com-
'pnny havo been closed, whereby the
lllnrrlmnn Interests have acquired scv-
'enty acres of tho lands forming an
Ideal site for railroad terminals and
having a frontago of 1G00 feet on the
bay nnd about 1400 feet on tho Puyall-
up waterway. Tho property Is the
highest priced land on tho tide Hats
and cost npproxlmatcly 11,000,000. of
which tho Union Pacific has paid u
largo amount In cash.
DISMISSED FROM ARMY.
Washington, Feb, 13. The President
today approved the sentence of the
court-martial In two cases against
First Lieutenant Sidney 8. Ilurbank,
tiho wns tried In tho Philippines, in
0110 case he was charged with hav
ing made false official statements with
reference to his alleged marriage to u
Phlllpplno woman, and In the other
with tho embezzlement of company
funds, Ho was sentenced to dismissal
in each case, but In the latter he was
sentenced In addition to Imprisonment
for fifteen months.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin. (
To the Insurance Public
of the Territory of Hawaii
Having been appointed to the position of District Superinten
dent, for the Territory of Hawaii, by the Mutual Life Insurance
Company of New York, we have opened offices In Honolulu, and
will take formal charge of the Company's business March first,
after which date all payments of Premium by policy holders, the
payment of Death Claims and Matured Endowments are to be
made at the Company'a office at 932 and 938 Fort street.
Tho modern contract. Issued by tho Mutual Life, offer larger
guarantee, than do tho.e of other companies.
THE COMPANY FINANCIALLY UNASSAILABLE.
Remember that, with all the reckless talk In the newspapers
about ayndlcatea and salaries and subsidiary companies, the aecur.
Itle. of the Mutual Life have not been criticised nor their perfect
safety quc.tloned. The Investments of the Company were an open
book In the hands of the Investigating Committee; every loan,
tvtry bond, every security of any description was before them
four hundred and fifty million, and more; and not a .Ingle Item
wa. discredited, and not a .Ingle Inve.tment of any sort was
classed a. doubtful.
As ever, the Mutual Life la still the .tronge.t financial Insti
tution In the world, with a reserve $36,000,000 larger than that of
any other existing company, and with a contingent guarantee
fund, or accumulated profit., of $75,000,000 In exces. of It. legal
It I. .till true, as It ha. alway. been, that the Mutual Life
ha. paid more TO policyholder., and holds more today FOR pol
icyholder, than any other company In the world. Neartv aeven
hundred millions to date haa the Company disbursed to ls mem
t bers and their beneficiaries, making, with what It still hold, for
them, nearly one hundred millions more th.n It ha. received from
You aro cordially Invited to examine our contract, and .atl.fv
yourself that we Guarantee more In Insurance protection to your
family and estate and to return more In cash a. an Inve.tment for
your old age than do other companies.
Yours for business,
W. A. WANN,
' District Superintendent
Office with Trent & Co,, 932 and 938 Fort 8t, Honolulu, T. H.