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1". II. IIUUNI7TTR,
Notary IMibllr. I'lrai Judicial Circuit.
Wi:i)Ni:S)AY APltll. 11. IBUfi
Rallies :iv hotels are wiped out lu
Now Ymlf. but tlio Illicit nali-of lliiuur
w III not dci tfjii'.
It In rather surprising that .Ins V
CJIrln has not morp promiitly respond
rd to Hie icipiest fur a illt-i-iixHluit of I.
A. '1 hurston s labor p.ipr.
Pilgrim fathers would turn In tbclr
graves If they knew they were being
compared with a people who can call
for two beers nnd a few more without
putting their tonsclcnco out of joint.
While waiting for the Insular De
partment, Hawaii will lmVe nnipV
ttinu to Invite Secretary Hitchcock to
visit Hawaii and Icaiti why the Tcril
tuiy should be advanced from tho mis
laymen llnd It hard tt learn how a
(ourt may make a rule when the law
dees not deal with Grand Jury secrecy.
Court convenience in Hawaii some
times reminds one of Senatorial cour
lesy ns at present used In Washington.
Appeals to the I'lilted States Supreme
Court will bo an cvcilubtlng benefit tu
Hawaii If they put an end to the ptcs-
ent system of establishing rash value
for taxation purposes. This Terrltui)
Jb now In tin position of doing bust
Ik'Hh on u basis It knows to be unjust
and tho only excuse for tho cxlaiiiui
of which Is the readiness of the people
to Ktnnd for It.
THE MOLOKAN TEST
Obviously, the MoloUans during tho
first few www of their rcsideuco In
Ilnwnll hnvo not tome up to what was
promised. It Is putting It a little
strong to declare them failures. Such
ptotr.pt condemnation crcatcx a feeling
Hint there Is a lack of anxiety for their
success on tho part of those making
We believe thp management of tlio
Makeo Sugar Company In doing Its ut
most to asslbt the Molokaim In helping
themselves, and the time has not ar
rived to conclude that tho Kapua Mo
lolmn venture should bo branded a
Tho first disappointment In tho Mo
loKan business was tho xmnll number
that mode up tho original colony. Per
hap tho final ono In tho dlscovury
that the members rcfuso to work ns a
To compare these people with tho
I'llgrlm rather nrpeals to tills paper
us one of tho funniest exhibits on rec
ord. Thpy give evidence of being In
tensely hitman. Perhaps tho Pilgrim
1'n th crs were, and It has been forgot
leu. Kvcry experiment has its period of
trial. livery change finds ItH polui of
falluio. livery pioneer community has
ItH dlsnonslms. Until the Moloknus
Iinvo comn to the Territory In suffl-
clently largo numbers to allow a weed
ing out or tho useless nnd the retention
or tho useful, tho Mnlokan cxiiiMlinent
will not have been glen u lair tost.
It Is gratlrylng to lenrn that this view
Is hold by those most earnestly work
ing to gain success In this cntorpiUo
to establish European Immigrants nit
a duflnlto factor In tho Indiictrlul Ufa
INSULAlf DEPARTMENT BENEFITS
Act'ng-fJovernor Atkinson has given
out an Interview on tho mtpcrlorlly of
an Insular Iliireau for tho transaction
or IlnwiiU'a business nt Washington.
If "tho program works out exactly as
lie Is outlined, surely Ilnwnll would
derlvo great benefits. This Is what
)io Is limited ns saying:
"Tho terra 'Department of Insu
lar Affaire' does not oxaclly fit tlio
department that It has been pro
Lxa..aJ.tfaMJi . j, .XiisiJi
posed lo create. 'Department of
Territories' would fit 11 belter, but
tli department would hae chargu
of the nflalrs of the Philippines,
flunm, Alaska, Panama, Samoa,
after it had attended to those of
Hawaii and the other Territories."
Tlio emphasis In ours.
lr Hawaii can bo nssured that this
proposed department will Indeed have
limine or the Philippines ntul so forth.
"after It had attended to those or Iln
wnll nnd other Territories." their could
he no further ground for argument.
The absolute c-pnfldence of the Acting
dovcrnor Is refreshing, but there are
thoHo who would like to see the end n
lit 1 1 more clearly outlined before com
mitting themselves to such n rndlcnl
I-'ot Instance, the quotation from tho
Wnshlngton Post, given to show that
Washington oftlclnls nro thinking of
till matter, says:
"The talk about creating n new min
isterial position for our colonial pos
M'SKinns, wlib li has been going on more
or less ever since we acquired the
Philippines, has been given un ndded
Impetus by the recent address of Sen
ator llnle In the Setinte attacking the
administration or the Wnr Depart
"Colonial possessions", to Include
Hawaii, is a grouping or Insular pus
tessions particularly abhorrent to lln
imiIi. And pioperly so.
TIk answer mny be Hint "of rourse"
en i thing will he urrnnged to lln
(vulis satisfaction, giving It tho first
plncv. making It the chief feature of
the department, cte. If such he the
case, well and good. Ilnwnll coul.l
afford n (llory-lliillelujah rejoicing.
Ilclore the people or Hawaii give
themselves mcr to such a cause or
prepare to rejoice there Is every rea
son why the assurance should be doub
ly sure. We have seen how the best
laid plans go astray when they get Into
There is little that Is gratlrylng In
Hawaii's place In the "Miscellaneous"
bureau of the Interior Department, but
Hip thought Immediately occurs: it
Hawaii Is guaranteed n position nt tho
bend of the new Insular Department,
If Its status Is thus commanding, why
would It not he Kiiblu to individual
ize our Inte'vests more prominently In
the Interior Department, and thus cf
feet holy block all association nt this
Territory with a "colonial possession"?
The lliiltetln agrees fully with tho
sentiment expressed by (ipvernor Car
ter previous to tho departure of the
business delegation, "Don't let anyone
class Hawaii with other 'possessions'."
We believe the delegntps found that
many do rlnss Hawaii with the other
possessions, nnd this was one of the
Ideat they had to combat.
"Increasing our Inlluencc at Wash
ington" Is a phrnsn most frequently
used when discussing matters of this
kind.' "Iloosevelt thinks It best" Is
u clopp second.
Tho first step toward Increasing our
Inllucit'e In Wnshlngton Is to make
tho most or the position or Delegate to
Congress. There Is .the position, nnd
the nventie or operation moro valuablo
than tho Interior Department nnd the
Insular Iliireau and tho President com
bined. What wo do in Hawaii toward '
helping ourselves Is or vnBtly more
Importance than proposed shuffling or
the departmental cards that may land
us on top or tho ''colonial possessions"
What "Iloosevelt thinks" Is not to bo
deal' with lightly. It should also he
remembered that Iloosovelt will not nl
wnyii be President. Individuals are
matures or tho hour. A system or
government once established contin
ues through many generations, nnd,
should the change prove to bo un error
lor Hawaii, Iloosovelt In New York or
anywhere elso would not bo In a posi
tion to render aid.
Hawaii Is phono to tako kindly to
"something dlffoient" when the pres
ent methods do not run absolutely to
our liking. Tho Ilttllctln will ho tho
last to opposo any measure that will
permanently and certainly promote
Haw all's welfare.
Hawaii's first work, howovrr, should
bo donn nt home, nnd before It greets
with unfelqiK'd Joy nny change In Its
relation with the Federal Government,
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Lunalllo Street 50.00
Walklkl Beach '10.00
Cmma Street .'0.00
Oandall Lano 125.00
Colleno Hills :J5.00
Youna Street 35.00
MODERN COTTAGE AND
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Owner leaving country.
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FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS.
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JUDGE OF THE SUPREME COURT
Was Alarmingly Afflicted With La Grippe.
Cured by Pe-ru-na.
The Grip Is Properly Termed
As Pc-ru-na Cures Every Form
of Catarrh, It Has Relieved
More Cases of Grip Than
All Other Remedies
The Pear of Grip Makes People
Tbcro Is no remedy In tho world that
meeH tho conditions produced by tho
grip Iiettvr than Portinti.
Pcruna strengthens ns It renovates,
soothes whllo It stimulates, heals as It
Pcruna is not a purgative, or cathartic
or sedative, or stimulant, nor a vego
t&blo or mineral poison,
It readies tho source, of nil disoascs of
tho mucous membranes by Its action on
tho vttio-motor system of nerves.
After-EffecU of tho Grip.
Kvcry person who has had Ik grippe
dnrlng tho lat year should taktia course
of Periiim. No ono need oxpeat perfect
recovery unless they do so. '
Tho grip has produced catarrhal In
flammation of the whole mucous mem
brane, and good health Is- Impossible
until theso aro restored to a normal con
dition. This Pcruna will do.
A great many remedies linvo been
suggested for thlscondltlon from tlmo to
time, but Pcruna Is tho only remedy
that has any substantial valuo In these
It has never failed to giro s attraction
fifes w&M-imiBA kWmiffiMii Ml
'&mkm 'Si"! kHON'.WH PAR50N5, iWNH
A reward of $10,000 has been deposited In he Market Exchange Bank, Colum'
bus, Ohio, as a guarantee that the above testimonial is genuine; that we hold
in our possession authentic letters certifying to the same. Every one ot our tes
timonials are genuine and In tic words of the q)ic whose name is appended.
For special directions tvery one thould read "The, Ills of Life," a copy of which surrounds each bottle. Pe
rura Is for sale by all chemlcts and druggists at one dollar per bottle or six bottles for five dollars.
Those wishing direct correspondenco-wlth Dr. Hartman and can wait the necessary delay In receiving a re
ply, should address Or. 8. 0. Hartman, Columbus, Ohio, U. S. A.
Oenson, Smith & Co, will supply Che retail drug trade In Honolulu.
n complete nnd detailed knowledge
should bo gained of Jusi v. here that
chni,i;e will lead.
Thero Is no doubt of whero a well
trailed and influential Delegate will
lead, and It Is not necessary that ho
coopcrato with Jim Smith or tho Phil
ippines to find the way for Hawaii.
William Moungotnn, u highly re
spected ranchman of Mcndoclnn Coun
ty, Cn!., lins committed sulcldo by cut
ting his throat, as n result. It Is be-.
lkued of an unbalanced mind. He was
70 years old.
HOUSES TO LET
Bargains in Kaimuki Lots
HOMES FOR SALE
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without one of our stunning
They have Just arrived and certainly
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assortment to choose from, comprising
many Dresden Silk effects, Whito and
Colored Linens, White Silk with fancy
borders, and Pongees,
PRICES, S1.50 TO $7.50 EA.
We have Just received a limited as
Forsytlie Shirt Waists
cut In the latest Eastern styles and
made of the newest walstlngs.
WHITE MADRAS, S3.75 EA
6TRIPED MADRA8, assorted
colors, S3.75 EA.
WHITE LINEN, S5.50 EA.
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uiifiMiliiiilHHU : $M$&? 'wfiwmfffffftf$,
W. It. Parsons Is Kx-Stato Senator
Court of Texas, and was also Ilrlgadlor
a recent letter from OSi II street, X. W., Washington, D. C, this promlnont
"Upon the recommendation ot personal IrhnJt anil many strong testi
monials at to the efficacy of Pcruna In the treatment of the numerous
symptoms of the grippe w Ith which I have been afflicted for four months
past, I have been Induced to undergo a treatment with this Justly cele
brated formula. I feel a decided change tor the better after using It only
tilt im mmnttlmllv nrm4 In innlnrr lln ihf wjnmnrh mntt hmm ttrtrt h rfoj-f.C.f
effect upon my appetite. I therefore
the roaa to complete restoration.
"My mimorpu friends In Texas, whero I havo had tho honor to command
abrtgadoot her Veteran Cavalry In a four jears' war, may accept this vol
untary testimonial to tho merits or l'erunaas a senso of obligation on my
part for Its wonderful efficacy ."w.
during forty years oxpcrlcnco nnd still
occupies tho unlipio position of botng
tbci leading (If not tho only) specific
Ho Time like the Present.
If you oro-sufTurlng. from, tho .after
effects of la grippe If you have be
come discouraged In your attempts to
euro yourself with other treatments,
tako a bottlo of Pcruna now,
A liottlo of Pcruna taken during th
beginning of tho dlscaio la worth moro
Kdltor lliculng Ilulletln: In this
mornings Advcillser It Is truly umus
Ing to see tho uitciupt of that paper to
shield the Kuperlntendeut of Public
Works troin blame In the present wat
er, famine. It Js Into Mr. Hollowuy Is
not a rainmaker, but there Is one thin j
sure, barrels of cement and mud will
not tnako rain either, The folluwltiri
by Ilcprcscntatho Mahclouu seems in
mo to be the exact state of ntfalrs un
tho water question.
Honolulu, Aprl 11, 'Oli.
REP. MAHELONA ON NUUANU
Kdltor Advertiser: In reading Mis.
Hull's article In tho Advertiser of tho
lath Inst., one can not help being Im
pressed with tho facts ns stated by this
may, mill I ugice with her, except us
to the tutoring plunt, which will cost
JUO.UOU to Infct.ill nnd will have lo bo
icncwcd flora time to time, making It
very expensive. It'lft u well known
fact that filtering of water does not
tender it entirely fieo from water
Ikii lie diseases, bucIi ns typhoid, etc.,
etc. Otherwise Mm, Hall has certainly
struck the key note to one of the
most dangeious propositions to tho
Public Ileultli, that has ever been pio
posed In Ilonoli.i, nnmcly: The mol
ing or storm water InNuuanu Vulley,
which becomes contaminated In luo
..uniincr months. The reason tho Hu
pcilntcudent or Public Works gives fur
tho construction cr this immense dum,
lu tlio ability ot the Government to gen
uine elccti Ic pqwer. Tho health ot the
community Is entirely 'dltrcgaidcd by
hi in. The Legislature or the last ses
sion brought to his notlco the report or
Kdtnund C. Shorcy, wherein It states
the Nmiaiiu water contulns nitrates to
gether with albuminoids, ummonl.t, de
leterious matter causing serious or
ganic contamination; also other auth
orities were quoted condemning this
Nutianu proposition. All the doctor.
In tho city hao raised their voices lu
warning against It, only to bo met by
the vnrunl btaro of Mr. Hollowuy, The
Legislature refused to nppioprtato n
single dollar lor Mr. Holloway's Nuii
nnii Bclieine, It was promptly given its
quietus. In another gulso called, "Wat
er In Ocncral," this same Mr. Hollo-
!way Bticcecded In getting an appropri
ation ol $200,000 nnd tho writer as ono
of the legislators, pupposed It wns to be
used lu seeming tho Bluing waters of
tho valleys ndjuccnt to Honolulu, hut
Is now Informed that tho whole of this
I large sum will ho used fur this Niiuunii
dam and the piping thereof, nnd let thin
community bo Informed that Mr. llol
lluwuy Is now having constructed u
'huge danreuibrnclni; about fifty ucics
- HH.m.'tkA.nLM.AliAttl HiuJ.,.....'..
nnd Kx-Hpeclal Judgo of tho Supremo
- Ocncral lit Confederate Army. In
feel much encouraged that I am on
than a doren tiottles alter tho troubln
has become deep-seated,
Mlsslliigenlc I.afortuno of 110 llerr-
street, Montreal, Can., wrltest
"Pcruna cured moot n sevcrocaso ot
Ugrlppo .when nothing elso bud auy
effect on mo. Vivo liottlesdld the work
and they wero worth hundreds of dol
lars for thoeomfortand hcnlti resto'reil
to mo. I therefore feel that tho'lcu't I
ean do Is to gratefully acknowledge,' Its
morlts." Kugcnlo Lafortune. "'
of brush land adjoining the main thor
oughfare of Nuitnnu, with the intuition
of Impounding n stent lake of water
hack of It, underlain with the gt until ot
the valley, warmed by tho sun mid wet
I by the dew, heat, moisture and decayed
.vegetation, nnd when this city Is laid
I low with Mime horrible epidemic, the
pconlo will have to tomfoit themselves
wiln Hollo way's vacant stare.
I I beg herewith to submit n copy i-
'tho House Report un Nuuanii Water,
slgncdy unanimously by tho Committee
of Public l-auds nnd Internal Improvements-
Mahclona, Andrnde, Pall, Fer
nandez, (liilhn, Holsteln nnd Mahjkou,
anil ml on ted by a largo majotlt'y ot
the House, nnd I as Clialrmnn or said
Committee nnd in behalf of tho House
of Representatives of 11)03, do hereby
jnotrst ngatnst tho action of tho said
Hiipeilnteiidcnt of Public Works, as be
ing hlRli-handcd nnd ngnlnst the wll)
of the peoplo nnd I leave It for the
community nt largo to Judge.
S. MAHKI.ONA. .
The Supremo Court today renders
declflon, .IiihIIco Harwell writing thu
opinion, In W. U Whitney vb. John
Hods, icverslug Judgment of the Cir
cuit Court nnd sustaining plulutlrt'a
Thu plaintiff, ns administrator or tho
eiitate or n mmtgngor, brought asaiimp
nil ngalnst the assignee or the mortga
gee to obtain the surplus ot $710 to-
! malnlng In his hands alter payment or
tho mortgage debt rrom tho proceeds
I or fctecloatiie under n power or salo,
which nurpliiH money the defendant ro
fused to pay to tho administrator on
'the grounds that tho mortgago ptovld
ed for Its payment to tho mortgagor,
his heirs or assigns and that Hoc. 21Gfl
11. I, requires that "It Bhal lbo paid ov
er In tho owner of tho mortgaged prop-
' orty." It appeared In ovldenco thai
tho estatu wits Insolvent. Jury liclnu
(Waived, tho court gavn Judgment fot
the defendant, on tho grounds nhovr
, Elated, to which the plaintiff, excepted
Says thn syllabus:
I Upon tho foreclosure under n powct
of oalo made ultcr the death or the
mottgagor the surplus, nttcr payment
of the mortgage debt, goes to the ml
mlnlstrator of tho estate of tho mort
gagor and not to tho mortgagor's heirs
when It Is toqiilred lo pay Iho detn
I Cnstlo & Wellington for plaintiff.
.viagoon as iigutioot ror iieremiiiiil.
Weekly Dulletln SI per year.
Willcox & Gibbs New Automatic
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EDDYS REFRIGERATORS and Ice Chests
THE OLD ORIGINAL DIRECT r.JM THE FACTORY. STILL
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FORT AND MERCHANT STREETS.
We are paying special attention to Carriage and Wagon Repairing
and In our fully equipped premtces on Queen street are prepared to
turn out the best of work.
We make a tpeclalty of painting vehicles and guarantee that all
work entrusted to ui will be executed In first-class chape and at mod
The building of wagons, drays nnd carriages i alto undertaken by
us and this department Is, super vised by expert carrlagemer).
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Dealers in STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage in Brick Watchoutc,
1 i - : 1 i J .,' ill,
DHEDCING FORT STREET WHARF,
Proposals will bo received nt the of
fice of tho Superintendent of i'nbllir
Works, Honolulu, T, 11., until i:
o'clock nt. of April 17th, 100G, for ex
cavating and removing approximately
CG0 cubic yards of material along tho
Iront of the Fort Street Wharf. Thn
excavated material toMio removed In
kcows and dumped one-iiiinrtcr of n
mile southwest of Iluoy No. 2, nnd in
at least CO feet of wntcr. I
Cross sections nnd n sketch showing
location or material to be excavated
may bo obtained at tho ofllco of tho
Axst Supt. or Public Works. I
Proposals must be Inclosed In nn en-
velope. endorsed "Dredging Fort,
Street Wharr," nnd bo delivered pre-i
vlous to 12 o'clock mrof the day spec-1
Ifled nt tho olllco of tlio Superintend
ent or Public Works, who reserve tho
rlxlit to reject any or nil bids.
The proposal shall specify a lump
sum for whc!i the contractor will do
thn work to tho satlHfncllon or tho Su
perintendent or Public Works, Also
that tho contractor will protect and
Indemnify tho Supt. of Public Works
rrom nil damages to persons or prop-l
erty, cost nnd expenses by or growing
out of tho performance of tho contract
by tho contractor.
Tho contractor to Httptilato In his,
proposal tho ohortest llmo In which he
will ngrco to complete tho entlto work
rrom tho data or the award of tha con
tract. C. S. IIOI.I.OWAY.
Superintendent of Public Works.
April lllh. lDOC. 3355-flt
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tl. and the Weekly Edition, gives a
concise ana comoletn resume of all le
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real es
tate transactions. Evening Bulletin,
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On Sundays the Halelwa Limited, a
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returning, arrives In Honolulu at 10:10
CONSTRUCTION OF BOUNDARY
FENCE, HONUAULA FOREST
RESERVE, NORTH KONA, HA
WAII. Proposals will bo received nt tho of
ficii of tho Hoard of Commissioner!) ir
Agriculture ami Forestry, (love riimcnt
I.urscry. King Street. Honolulu, Oahu,
until 12 o'clock noon or Monday, April
2.1, lone, ror tho construction or two
(2) miles, moro or less, ol vvlro fence,
along thu Northwest and Soutlivvnst
boundary of (ho said reserve. Includ
ing tho hauling of vvlro from Knllim
Specifications aro on file lu Iho oinro
of thu Hoard In Honolulu, and with
Mr. T C. White, Kcnlakckua. North
Kona, Hawaii, from whom copies may
IIIiIh must ho enclosed In envelope'?,
nddiessed lo Mr. C. S. Ilolloway, In
centive Oinrcr, Hoard of Agrteultuio
nnd Forestry. Ilox 321, Honolulu, Oa
hu, endorsed "Iloniiaula Forest He
tervo Fence" and received before 12
o'clock noon, on Monday, Am II 23d.
Tho Kxecutlvo Officer reserves tlio
right In reject nny or nil bids.
O. 8. IIOI.I.OWAY,
Iluinliilu. T. II.. April , 10G.
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