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Published Every Day Except Sunday,
ai 120 King street, Honolulu,
T. II., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD,
J WALLACE R. FARRIW1TON. .Editor
Entered nt tbo Postofflce at Hono
hilu (B second-class matter.
Payable In Advance.
Jr month, anywhere In U. S..J ,7ft
ter quarter, anywhere In U. 8.. 2.00
Per year, anywhere In U. 3 8.00
er year, postpaid, forolgu 11.00
U. months y .EC
fer yeir, nnywhero In V. S.... 1.00
per year, postpaid, foreign .... 2.00
Territory of Hawaii,
Honolulu, County of Oahu)
C. 0. IIOCKUS, Uuslncss Manager ol
i.0 Dullctln Publishing Company, Lim
ited, being flst duly sworn, on oath,
deposes and ayv That the following
la a true nnd correct statement of clr.Wu,r i, gavo i,g ruling on a motion
ctuatlon for the week ending March for a tllrcctetl verdict In fnvor of the
2, A. D. 1906, of the Dally and Week ' plnli'tlff.
ly Editions of tho Evening Ilulletln: Ju,1(50 Do 1!olt gal(l (lint llc wa, n.
Circulation of Evening Bulletin. rlned In fnor of tho plaintiff but did
Saturday, Feb. 24 . . 2-116 ,,ol want t0 Krant tho motion for a ill-
Monday, Feb. Z6 . zi7i
Tuesday. Feb. 27 . 2167
Wednesday. Feb. 28 . . 2173
Thursday, Mar. 1
Friday. Mar. 2
Avae. ?,a,ly ?lrwilUf',on o 2209
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin, i
Tuesday, February 20th. 1908 2356
Number of Weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hawaii alone . 10S4
COMBINED guaranteed average
UUL.i'1'ii. i-uiiuiaiiiu i,u., ijiu.)
I)y C. Q. DOCKUS,
Subscribed and sworn to be
fore mo this 3d day of Mar.,
SEAL A. D 1900.
(SEAL ruary, A. D. 1906.
I. II. BUIINETTE,
Notary rubllc, Honolulu, County of
MAUCI1 7. 1806.
Hawaii still needs 100.000 tourists
end 100,000 European Immlgrnnts.
Visitors to Hawaii
the cllmato has great difficulty In be
ing bad for the fraction of a day.
Talk about technicalities. Could nny.
one hut a lawyer, explain or attempt to
explain why n man who passes in nt
the front door Is a prison convict nnd
the one entering by tho rear door u
only a Jail bird?
The only signed editorial In the cur
rent issue or Tne menu is mat signeu
by "D. S." commending tho Advertis
er. The natural Inference Is that Dore-
tnus was the only one willing to father
that particular Idea.
There Is little nssurance oi peace in
China's placing tho ban on war talk.
That there should bo necessity for such
an edict shows tuai mo peace iniK's, ; 8 a. m., velocity 38, direction
with which tho world has been favoreJ
,1s flavored with doubt
Attorney Rear is driving more than
a coach and four through some of thn
Territorial laws. When a few more
haic been proved to bo of no avail, the
community will begin to wonder who
shaped these laws anyway.
Since Judge Koblnson Is now con
confirmed It Is pertinent to ask whether
President ltoosevclt over expressed
himself ns follows:
"I want tho people ot the Territory
of Hawaii to distinctly understand that
In Judicial appointments Governor Car
ter will not have tno lasi woru irro
speclle of and not receding from any
promise I mny have made at Oyster
Day last summer." -
Still the reactionary forces have tho
last word with the Czar and he finally
gives the people a form of representn
thc government this Is mostly Czar
and ury little People. That was the
way with Hawaii's County Govern
ment, which broke In upon a cen
tralllzed government' more nulocratlc
than the Czar's. The trouble with
sla is that her people are not llaely to
be at easily convinced that n ri-l -'
limited self-rule is better thai, -- ...
rule at all.
The late Clarence M. V."' 't w. nro
cf those citizens whom any cominrnlty
can ill afford to lose. He . - ........
in public affairs and though nr . i
forcing himself forward, !-... ...sa
to respond when palled upon. Mr.
White's activity In politics was Inspired
by a sense ut duty rather than a selfish
spirit of pergonal gain, tn his fra
ternal relations he has done a tremend
ous amount of good work which 'lias
lightened many burdens for the dis
tressed and exercised nn Inlluence that
will last bejond the power of man tc
MAKE THE ISSUE BROAD
'It Is to be assumed that when a mem
ber of the Oahu Board of Supervisors
'expresses regret for the doubtful legal
ity of appropriating money for parks,
ho ircludes public schools by Inference,
though, he falls regularly to say so In
In this connection the opinion and
advice given by County Attorney Dou
thltl appeals to The Bulletin as highly
sensible. 'The appropriating authority
'of the Supervisors Is In doubt; there
ford present the matter to the Supreme
Court for a decision as speedily an pos.
The task ot Mr. Douthltt now has be
fore him Is to bring tho whole question
boforo the Court In such a manner that
the decision will pass upon public
school appropriation as well as public
park appropriation. That Is what the
peoplw want to know. So rotten haii
spllttlng cvnslon has been done In test
matters brought lieforo the courts from
time to time It Is not surprising that
some nntlclpale n repetition In order
to obtain n derision that will "suit" the
The losue should be presented so ns
to ellmlnte oty politics and legal eva
slon. Meet the real question as It pre
ents imi to tho people honestly and
fairly. Can the Counties expend funds
for purposes, which although they nre
allied with the Territory nro nevcrthc
less of Mini Interest to the taxpayer
and the u-II bring of tho common
wealth? The long draw n suit of Drown vs.
Sprockets, wherein tho plaintiff sues
lor the possession of a valuable pleco
or land on tho Illio waterfront, will fin
ally go to tho Jury today, tho Indica
tions being decidedly in tho favor of
the plaintiff This was shown by n
statement rnndo by Judgo Do Dolt
rrted verdict, as thcro was still somo
doubt In his mind. He might say, how
m nr thn al.ntiM flin Inrt n mlnr n
vrd'ei lor tho defendant and should
n mo-Ion to set aside that -idlct bo
nlc " nsht do so.
Thf Teachers' Commltteo of tho
Hoard of Education held a meeting this
forenoon, nt which it decided on mak
ing tho following recommendations,
which will be acted on by tho Hoard
at Its meeting; next Friday:
That the resignation of Miss Flor
ence Carter from tho Macmae School
That Hose Gibson bo appointed as
sistant at tho Girls' Industrial School
from April 1.
That Mrs. Edgar wood or tno Nor
IN CASE OFjfc
wMl note thnt'mR' Scll0l uo Granted a leave of ab-
That Mrs. Edwards bo appointed as
sistant at tho Alea school at a salary
of 535 a month.
Temperatures C a. m.. 68; 8 a. m.. 71;
10 a. m 73; noon, 67; morning tuln
Barometer, 8 a, m., 29.CS; absolute
bumldltv. 8 a. m.. 8.310 eralns ter
cubic root; relative humidity, 8 a. m,
1 92 per cent; dew point, 8 a. m., 72.
Wind. 6 a. m., velocity 35, direction
S. V.; 10 a. m velocity 30, direction
; noon, velocity 25. direction V.
Knlnfall during 21 hours ended S
a. m., .10 Inch,
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended at noon. 521 miles.
ALEX. MMi ASHLEY,
8ectlon Director, V. S. Weather Bu
Two scows of the Pacific Dredging
company are on the Marine Hallway
being cleaned nnd overhauled.
The O ft O liner Coptic Is due from
lokounma next Monday.
A yacht, ndrllt. Owner mny obtain
same from Jno. Blood, at Jno. Ka
nakas block. Kakaako. 3325-2W
Furnished house, Pacific Heights.
Four Bedrooms $75 00
Emma 6L 30 00
Oandall Lane 25 00
Cor, Young and Aloha Lane,,,, 18 CO
Cor. King and Aloha Lane .... 20 00
Walklkl Beach 40 00
College Hill 4b 00
Klnau Street 27 50
Lunalllo Street 50 00
Trust Co., Limited.'
COR. FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8,
. . . V R MiivC'
In order to put n stop to the' tcc
nlcal questions which have been late
ly raised by Judgo Humphreys nnd
Judge dear in connection with the Jail
entrance proposition, High Sheriff
Henry has decided to mako a back door
to the Jnll. through which all prisoners
convicted of misdemeanors will bo tak
The point was recently raised in sov
ernl habeas corpus matters that the
Honolulu Jail In which misdemeanor
prisoners are confined, was merely an
arbitrary term as distinguished from
tho Oabu prison, whero tho felons nre
Lept, and that the Jail was In fact noth
ing else but a part of the prison. In
support of this contention It wni
shown that both Institutions had tho
same entrance and that misdemeanor
prisoners on entering hnd to pass
through tho prison confines and were
thus, for n tlmo nt IcasL confined in
tho penitentiary contrary to tho law.
"Tbo proposition Is purely n tech
nical one," said the High Sheriff this
morning, "but I can easily prcent the
raising of that point again by cutting
an cntranco in the back of the Jail, so
that tho misdemeanor men can bo tnlt
en directly Into tbo Jail without passing
through tho prison. Of course It real
ly doesn't mako any difference to the
prisoners, but the making of the back
door Is an easy matter, so I nm going
to do It."
Tho High Sheriff also Intends to
have the felons confined In the pris
ons on tho other islands, nnmely, at
Hllo, Wnlluku and Llhue, brought to
the Oahu prison this week. The High
Sheriff states that this step Is due part
ly to tho proposition raised by the law.
)ers lately, hnd partly to the fact that
the Hllo prison has not sufficient ac
commodations. There will ho fifteen
prisoners from Hllo, one from Kauai
and six or seven from Mnul. Those
from Hllo will arrive In the Ktnau
next Saturday in the custody of Al
bert McOurn. who for some weeks past
SALE OF PORTION OF GOVERN.
MENT LOT, KNOWN AS OLD
SAILORS' HOME LOT, ON
BETHEL STREET, HONOLULU,
On Wednesday, April 11th, 190G, at
12 o'clock noon at the front entrance
of tho Capitol (Exccutlvo Building)
will be sold nt Public Auction, n por
tion of tho old Sailors' Home lot, on
Bethel Street. Honolulu, Island of
Oahu, containing nn area of 2914 square
feet more or less.
Upset Price 111,650.00.
Terms Cash; United Slates Col J
Expense of Pntent Grant nnd Stamp
to be nald bv nurchascr.
Map and description of same can be
seen nt tho olllco of tho Superintended
of Public Works.
O. 8. HOI.LOWAY,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Department of Public Works, Hono
lulu, March 7, 1906. 3323-3t
Houses to let
Bargains in Kaimuki Lots
HOMES FOR SALE
MEN'S NEGLIGEE SHIRTS
c WILL BEGIN o
Monday. March 12th.
AT 8 O'CLOCK.
Our new Spring and Summer, 1906,
line of Men'a Shirts arrived by the last
Alameda, so our present stock mutt be
reduced to make room.
The following lots are all high grade
goods, In first class condition and are
made to fit and to wear:
OUR WINDOW IS FULL OF THEM.
ttg- STOP AND LOOK THEM
OVER. IT WILL PAY YOU. -mR
Lot 1. Men's Negligee
Shirts, sizes 14, 14 1-2,
15 1-2 and 16 $1.25 50d
Lot 2. Men's Negligee
8hlrts, all sizes, cuffs
attached or detached.$1.25 00d
Lot 3. Men's Negligee
Shirts, all. sizes, cuffs
attached or detaehed.$1.75 S1.25
Lot 4, Men's Negligee
Shirts, White Linen,
pleated front, cqffs
attached $4.50 S3. 50
has acted as warden of the Hllo Jail.
Attorney General IMers stated that
the transfer of the prisoners Is dud
oniy to the lack of accommodations for
them at Hllo.
TO ADVERTISE HAWAII
(Continued from Pse I.)
liln.l of advertising was far-reaching
Mrs. Wealhorrod did not believe In
special editions as much ns sho did In
ninny minor articles. It was best to
keep hammering nt people Special
features, such as carnivals, cowboys
etc., wero nlso spoken of by lur
She had never seen a more beautiful
or better-planned parade than the one
w-hlth took plnco on Washington's
birthday. Tho pa-u rldors wero a fea
ttiro which should bo advertised wide
ly, as should tho rest of It and the
Honolulu carnival could certainly he
ninilo as prominent a thing as tho Mar
dt Gras. It could be ndvertUed by
pamphlets right away for next year
That would bring hundreds next year
ror tno tens thoro were this car.
McCandlcss asked Mrs Wcathcrrcd
If sho would represent the Promotidn
Commltteo In making tho request to
the Editors' Association to visit the
Islands. Sho answered she should bo
proud to do so at the annual mcctlng,
which would tnko place in June. Sho
would nlwaya bo glad to promote) Ha
wall's Interest. She was a friend of
Hawalland so wero nil tho girls with
Mrs; Woatherrcd Intended to write
up tho wholo trip of herself nnd her
ten companions in book rorm this
fall. Sho hoped tho school children
suggestion would be considered Sho
would wrlto out n plan for It nnd glvo
the names of school principals who
would tnko tho matter up. She had
taken 5,000 letters ot this kind lo tho
Buffalo Exposition, nnd It hnd taken
only five d-Tyfl to exhaust tho supply,
Letters from tho children of the va
rious nationalities here would be sure
to bo snapped off like hot-cakes. She
felt sure that Hawaii vould get the
best kind ot promotion tisslhle, be
cause It was on the right track and
had a good promotion committee with
the right people nt tho head of it.
The National Education Association
Would meet In California In July. That
would bring 5.000 teachers together,
and It would bo a good Idea to have
Hawaii represented there, so that
these peoplo could learn about Hawaii.
Finally Mrs. Weathcrrcd thanked for
the royal reception which sho and her
party had received here,
Per S, S. Alameda. March 0. for San
l-'rnnclsco. Mrs. Henry Ilenton and 3
children, w. w. Bryan and wife, Mrs,
J, Torrcy Connor, II. A. Bates and
wife, I). P. Olblnskl and wife. Dr.
Harvey and wife, Miss L. B. tie Weld,
Mr. and Mrs. A. M, Barntim, Mrs, .1,
Hopper. Wm. Klncald, Mrs. Dr. Kin
cnld nnd daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Whit
ing. Mr. Hodges, T. Edward Wilder
and wife, W. D. Bishop and wife. It
Boog. W. W. Travel. T. II. Chrlstlan-
kon, Mrs. A. M. Dodge, Miss Barnoo.
Per stmr. W O, Hall, .March 6. for
Knual ports. Isaac Arcla, W. T. Raw
lins. Mr. Crowcli, C. M. LovBlcd, H. (I
Sheldon, Mrij Itnwllns, C F. Ilerrlrk.
Mrs. Sheldon, Mrs. J. K. Handall. J.
E. Cummlngs, C. W. Spitz and wife,
Mrs. I.un Deer, a. D. Mahonc, MUs
Chin Look see, Chas. K. Notlcy.
The Board of Agriculture and For
estry has several notices in this Issuo
pertaining to tho burning of brush at
Watalua ami tho appointment of Da
vid Kapihl as Forest Banger for tho
district between Manoa and I'auoa val-
Thn bark Mclanope, at Sorcnson
wharf, commenced Inking on ballust
this morning In her nttcr hatch.
Thn Hawaiian baud will play at the
(Jucrns Hospital today from 2 to 1
It Is Cool
JUST THE PLACE TO SPEND
The best of everything
ALL 80RT8 OF AMU8EMENT,
ALL KINDS Qlr RECREATION,
ALL THE COMFORTS OF HOME.
Tickets and Information at Oahu
Railway station and Trent i.Co.1, or
ring up Hatelwa Hotel, King 53.
On Sundays the Halelwa Limited, a
two-hour tr.'n, leaves-at 8:22 a. m.;
returmnj. tn'vM In Honolulu at 10MC
Our $65 White
are marvels of beartv and du
rability. They stand 5 feet 8
Inches, the four sides are fit
ted with removable tablets
with raised letters. Endorsed
by "The Scientific American"
as moss-proof and strictly
, FRED. HARRISON,
Io Agent for Islands. Box 184,
'I8HNET8, TWINE -and BRONZE
WIRE CLOTH at
A, FERNANDEZ & SOR,
Hos, 44-60 King 8L, ".-.y Blok, bet
Nuuanu and Smith St..; T.I. aln 189.
CUT KINDLINQ WOOD, Northw.st,
DELIVERED, $7.50 PER CORD.
A. C. MONTGOMERY
P. O. BXO 152. TEL. MAIN 151.
YARD, corner QUEEN o MILILANI.
Neglected Colds Lead to Consumption.
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MUs Lillian Powell, Aurora, Ind., writes)
"Last Bprlng I caught a severe cold from getting my teet wet and being
out In the rain, and In a day I bad a most miserable cold, but I neglected It,
thinking It would soon leave me. Rut It hung to me for two weeks, when
I felt something must be done, as my condition was serious.
' had heard so much about l'eruna and In Its praise that! bought a bottlo
and began taking It regularly. I was gratified to find that In a week the
com ana cougn was Droncn up, ana
stored my usual good health. "'Lillian
For special directions every one should.read "The Ills of Life," a copy of which surrounds each bottle. Pe
runa Is for sale by all chemists and druggists 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 re
ply, should address Dr. 8. B. Hartman, Columbus, Ohio, U. 8. A.
Benson, Smith A Co. will supply the retail drug trade In Honolulu.
Very Choice Line
Of Fine Quality
THE8E MADE IN THE STYLE
WE TURN THEM OUT WITH
8KILLED WHITE LABOR.
ARE EQUAL TO ANYTHING
MADE ON THE MAINLAND
BY HIGH' CLASS MER-
L, B, Kerr & Go.
Notice Is hereby given that the
animals described below have been Im
pounded In tbo Government Pound at
Maltlkl, Kona, Island of Oahu, nnd
unless the pound fees and damages
are sooner satisfied will be sold nt the
dato hereafter named according to
March 3, 190C Day mare; M, O.
Brand on right hind leg; It. P,
brand on left hind leg; star on
Tho abovo animal will be sold on
Saturday, Mar. 17, 1906, at 12 o'clock
noon. If not called for before thodate
18 MAKINQ A WOOLEN TWO-PIECE
HOTEL opp. BI8HOP STREET. '
IIow Pretty Miss
Pbwcll Was Re
stored to Health
tnree wcckb- treatment compicieiy re
Willcox & Gibbs New Automatic .
THE FAVORITE FAMILY MACHINE.
GARLAND STOVES and RANGES
A CARLOAD JUST TO HAND. GET THE BEST,
COFFEE and TEA POTS
NICKEL-PLATED ON PLANI8HED COPPER.
WHITE CHINA for Decorating
EDDYS REFRIGERATORS and Ice Chests
THE OLD ORIGINAL DIRECT FROM THE FACTORY. STILL
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
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Wciktsha's ORIGINAL Mineral Water
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BUILDING and PAINTING CONTRACTORS. Housa furniture of alt
kinds repaired and varnished. Yard and lawn work a specialty. Tools fur.
nlahed. Cooks, Yardboys and Day L borers supplied on shout notice.
Office, GREEN HOU8E, 8. King nr. Walklkl road. Tel. White; 2401.
How Consumption Develops.
Mine cases of consumption ont of tea
occur in thl wnyt
A person catches cold. The cold Is not
properly cured, and another cold I
This cold Is dilly-dallied with, either ,
by no treatment whatever or somo treat
ment that Is Ineffectual, and the cold
TJicn another cold Is caught ami av
cough dcTclopn. Cough syrups are re
sorted to, but they give, only temporary ,
lly and by tho patient got tired of
taking medicines and cough syrups and
gives up in despair.
The cold continues to develop and i ,
cough grows worse,
'rd'cntiio doctor Is called In, only lo .
'discover that the patient Is In the flrst
stages of consumption, """
It was Just In tlils way that Mia
Powell, of Aurora, lml., becamo sick,
Sho caught a cold, and not considering
It serious, neglected It, thinking a
many others do, that It would"wcaroff,"
However, It clung to hor tenaciously,
and In two weeks she found her health
In a serious condition.
Torlunatoly.l'crtina had been brought
wo her notice, and she took a courso of
this remedy before it was too late.
In a week Ilia cough and cold wore
broken, and a three weeks' treatment
completely restored her to health.
This Is what l'eruna Is doing all tho
while. Not ailay, and probably not an
hour pa(v In which soma ono docs not
navo a similar experience wun reruns.
Cure the Sllfht Colds and Avoid
The first step toward consumption Is
a cold. The next step Is afallurotocnra
tliirnmtitlv. Tim tlilnl tin it the do
Tolopment of catarrh, wfilch gradually
becomes chronic. The four I IT step, tho
catarrh begins to spread from the head
to tho throat, then to tho bronchial
tubes, and finally Into the lungs. It Is
then consumption In the first stage.
At any tlmo during tho progress of ca
tarrh, from tho first onset ot tho cold to
Its final settlement In tho lungs, 1'oruna
can bo relied upon to stop the disease.
It you have taken a cold, buy l'eruna
without delay. Ono bottlo In 'tho be
ginning will do moro good than a half
dosen bottles after tho catarrh has
fastened Itself on the lungs.
Thousands of Testimonials.
We hsvo on file, thousands of testi
monials from people who have been
cured of catarrh of the lungs by l'eruna.
Wo can give our readers only a slight
gllmpno of tho vast array of unsolicited
endorsements we ar receiving every
month. Kootbcr physician In the world
has received such a volume, of enthtw
slsslia letters of thanks aa Dr. Hsrtinan
.. '.' r.