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(SEAL vember, Anno Domini, 1906.
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.NOV. 17, 1901,
'.Mrs. Alapal Is
heap of thinking.
doubtless doing u
'iHome, Sweet Homo" would be an
appropriate air for tliH band when nil
pu'iadu on ThanksKlvIng Day.
New York can tmrdly be congratu
lated upon the ending of tbo public
careers or Its two United Slutes Sen
ators, ''After nearly threo months' silence.
Secretary Atkinson ban developed a
sudden Interest In Hawaii, and espe
cially In Its Immigration affairs.
" He will be a bravo man who wants
tb take the band away from Hawaii
again, nnd they will be brave band
oys who will venture upou another
Korester llosmvr Is one of those
public ofllclals of whom we hear llttlo
u'ut know that he Is doing good In a
work that will be of untold benefit In
ho years to come.
i The promotion splilt has reached
Montevideo, where millions are to b"
i.pent In laying uut a grand avenue, a
mile loug, for which streets and pri
vatn property will be appropriated.
San Francisco wants one large build
IDE In wbleh all Its Federal offices can
be located. So does Honolulu, aud wo
fninlc that our chances of getting one
rfre better than those or our nilghbor
aiioss the lake.
The next session of thu Legislature
Is'lers than three months distant, aud
ii la time to begin thinking of the laws
Ojjit will need amending as well as of
tloie that should be enacted for the
Rood of the Territory,
Since thu return or thu baud-boys
has been settled, it looks as It election
aftermath would hold the publlo stage
through contests and disqualifications,
then It should be time to hear from
Mr, Sargent on the Japuuesu linmlgra
'I'usky" Is a new soda fountain
drink. It was Indented by the Creek
Indians but has-not yet been reported
upon by the Indians of Houolulu. One
of the effects claimed for It Is that it
makes a man curry his wife urouud lu
his amis just for thu exercise.
A'.lhough Senator Ilalluy solemnly
asserted that he was nut, and never
sus been, the paid attorney of thu
Slandurd Oil Company, thu legislators
from Wood County, Texas, were In
structed to vote against him Just the
bame. The Wood County folk must
hsettlurs from Missouri.
Buy Statu nshumioii are uut tuklug
any chances on the uiurket, With
wireless apparatus In one of Ihu boats
of their llshlug Hi t-t, lliey keep In
toiii-h with Ihu Hub and get Ihu dally
quotations on Hid, mudierel ami other
ntliisuiiH of Ihu deep, On u rising mur
hut lliey urn willing lo unload, bill they
ill u IIUI" Mlllier nut In seu whim
imnlulluns dm lino Wliulliur this
i omen wllhlu Urn m"iu in Ihu mill'
.trust law bus mil nl been li'xHil III
llm Musnui'liusulls (nulls,
THE GUB1N SITUATION.
Why not a public discussion of the
Cuban question before Delegate Kuhla
leave lor Washington? Nothing that
will come before Congress during- Its
nxt session can possibly be of any
gteater moment, or graver conse
quence, to Hawaii than the future dls
position of' the Island In the West In
dies that is our direct rival In every
thing pertaining to our general com
mercial success and Individual pros
peril) i With Its Inrgc area of extremely fer
tile land Its cheap labor, Its proximity
to the principal consuming markets,
nnd the plethora of capita) that Is only
awaltlnc the most opportune time to
aid In its development, Cuba stands
out as a constant menace to every Ha
wallah Interest With the Philippines
threatening us on the one side, and
Cuba on the uther. It seemt to the
Rultetln tliat our situation Is one of
iiravu perplexity thai calls for the se
rious consideration of every resident
In this Territory, no matter what may
be his creed, uiiidltlon or citltenBhlp.
There Is no nee In attempting any
runcealment of the issue that con
fronts us, and men of all political por
tion should gut together ahd discuss
It freely fully and openly. If nothing
more Is accomplished than the pas-
i age of a Aerie's of resolutions, these
will strengthen the hands of our Dele
gate and aid hl-n In the tremendous
responsibility that rests upon his
shoulders. Should he feel In need nf
further assistance It should be prompt
ly tendered him. Eery Member of
Congress should be made aware thnt
Hawaii Is opposed not only to the an
nexation of Cuba, but also to the grant
ing of any special privileges that will
tend to aid in Its development to our
And the work should not stop here.
Every steamer leaving for tho Const
rhould carry hundreds ot letters and
hundreds of postal cards to Congress
men, and to our personal friends In the
East, continuing the fight until the
present Congress has terminated Us
last session on March 4, 1907, Our
newspapers of all classes, our news
correspondents, our promotion com
mittee should get busy and keep busy
In the good work. Meetings should be
held In Hllo, in Kohala, In Walluku. In
Lahalna, In I.lhue, In Walinea, and at
every other center of population
throughout the Territory. Gatherings
of Hawallans and of Portuguese should
be held, where resolutions can be
adopted of similar tenor. A small fund
might be established for the purchase
of postal cards, each person taking
them being pledged to forward them
to the East. Little. printed slips of
paper might be Inserted In every pri
tote and business letter, that leaves
Hawaii during tho next two months,
with the slogan, " Help your friends in
Hawaii against Cuban annexation."
The Bulletin calls upon W. A. Kin
ney for the Democrats, Clarence
Cooke for the Republicans, and W, O.
Smith for the business men, to get to
gether and arrange fur an enormous
" M0ANA H0TEL
J. H. HERTSCHE... .General Manager
i fXt luvrilNMi lniit AbTt
Lunalllo Street 150.00
Kapiolanl 8treet 26.25
MeCully Street 25.00
Cor. Kinau and Pensacola 8ts.. 254)0
Emma Street , 12.60
Beretanla Street '. 40.00
Prospect Street 30.00
King Street 36.00
Aloha Lane 15.00
Matloek Avenue 36.00
rVuuanu Street , 6000
Matlock Avenue 25.00
Nuuanu Strett 60.00
A house and lot In Manoa Valley,
suitable for small family. House will
be completed In two weeks.
Cash or Installments
Paitlculart at our office.
Hut) Witirhiusi Trutt Co., ll.
Corner Fort md Muchiut HU
. . 1.. lr22Xm8&
''.MIlBBaV- fTff -V -" T"
mass meeting to be held In Aala Park,
to let Congress know that Hawaii Is
fighting the fight of her lira for her
present and her future existence and
prosperity. Let the Delegate1 return
to Congress with the Unanimous sup
port of all the people whom he 'repre
sents. -'Let his pockets be filled with
the strongest resolutions that can be
framed on behalf of Hawaii, and let
him be backed In every Dosslble lerlt
Imatc manner N after he leaves for
THE PRIMARY LAW.
In nearly every State In the South
some form of direct primary enact
ment has found place on the statute
books, but these laws are optional and
arc employed only by the dominant
party becauBO the matter of expense Is
left with the parties. Such laws exist
In South Carolina, Georgia, Florida,
Alabama, Mississippi, Virginia anil
Tennessee, ThelJoinocruts In Bevcral
of these States have nominated their
tickets by direct primary uccause they
found It expedient, and in Georgia,
Virginia and Tennessee the. Democrat
ic legislatures are, bound morally ,by
tho primary rote In nomination of can
didates for tho United States Senate.
Tho Massachusetts law docs provldo
for direct nomination of Aldermen and
Common Councllmen In Boston, and
In Chelsea, as adopted, delegates
; ledged to candidates tor the mayoral
ty nomination are elected nt the pri
mary elections. The law is general
In theense that, throughout the Bay
State, the several parties are required
to elect annually at the caucuses their
proper and necessary committees, also
the primary election officials. The
dates for primary elections nre fixed
by the several parties, and party cau
cuses must be held on different days.
Ballots and polling places are furnish,
ed by the cities and towns. The offi
cials arc warden, clerk und Ave In
rpectors. They are clectciTat the Sep
tember caucuses to servo for one year
from the first of the following month.
On the authority or J. It. Gait It may
be Btatcd that the (250 which has head
ril the Bulletin's band subscription list
tor some lime, does appear In the list
published In the Advertiser, though
under the individual names of the don
ors. It will further he obsened by a
close examination ot the contributor
that there has been nothing forthcom
ing from the coffers of the porous
pompous, or the morning sheet foi
which he is responsible.
It opens llke-n'barn door.
And closes like a trap;
Queis all day,
Uut )OU can't guess that
Serious damage to tho magnificent
central portal of Bologne Cathedral Is
feared. Several large pieces of carv
ed stone have fallen and numerous
other portions show signs of loosen
Ing. The Cathedral, begun In 1248,
was nut completed until 1880. It Is
generally regarded us tho finest piece
of gothlc architecture In thu world.
Worry affects the nerves, and pro
duces loss of appetite and dyspepsia.
Keep your nervee In good condition
by eliminating worry, A fire insur
ance policy will protect you against
lota of your home and belongings from
fire. Insure today and steep well to
night A proportionately email sum
will guarantee you protection. We Is
sue best policies.
a Mm vTBVflg tfm ,j B Slf'a M 1 A
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OUR FALL SHOWINQ OF
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spection, There's CRAVENETTE LONG
COATS and 3-4 COAT8 In all colors
and three styles, Fitted Back, Seml
Fltted Back and Loose Back.
There's JACKETS In similar styles
There't TAILOR-MADE SUITS in
tie latest cuts and In many varieties
There's a large line of SKIRTS at
all prices and In many styles and ma
tsrials. There'e just what you want If you
want anything at all In Heady-made
KfftrhMO fe(jLLt!TlN, ttflKOiOLO. T. H . flATttftDAV.'NOV, 17, 1908.
CUBAN MINISTER M. S.
il I ii W
' I,W i'i'"'i 1 1 1 jaaaMB
Senor Quesada, Cuban Minister to the United States.
Senor Quesads, Cuban Minister to the United States, Is an orator born. In
an article In The Outlook for July 1899, by George Ktnnan, who heard Queeeda
speak at the Ksteban Theater, Mattnzat, Cuba, he said t "I have seen many aud
iences under the spell of eloquent upcceh and In thu grip of strong emotional ea
cltement, but I hate rarely wltneMirisuch a scene as at the eloe of Qnesada'a
eulogy upon the dead patriot, Marti." lu a letter to The Pesuna Drug M'f'g.Co.,
written from Wanhlngton, I). C'., Honor Quoted eaytt
"Peruna I can recommend as a very good medi
cine. It is an excellent strengthening tonic, and It
is also an efficacious cure for the almost universal
complaint of catarrh." Qonzalo De Quesada.
Mr, Will A. Hoftmsn, lUueritown,
"I gladly give my testimonial with
the thousands of others who have been
cured by the uto of IVruns.
had catarrh ot the head and
throat. I took cold tatlly and Has
"I waa all rundown and hardly able
to work at all when I began using
"But, now, after using It about nix
months I ant well and at.nng."
For special -directions' everyone
should read "The lllatof Life," a copy
of which surrounds each bottle. Pe
runa le for eale by the following 'drug-
Additional porting News on Page 6.
THE BE&TjiNfS MEN
ItailiiK tenuis players Is not (he
easiest task, slncu there are so many,
little details to bo considered,
A competent arrangement of thu
KiikIIsIi players recently has been
nade, and A. V. Wilding, perhapH the
most Industrious player of the year, Is
held no higher than fifth. Thu plac
ing of the English experts is interest
ing to American players.
Wilding's-tennis genius seems lo be
Inherited, for his father also wuh an
excellent plaer In his do) In fact, a
lemarkably good ptajer at the present
The following anangement Is large
ly arbitrary, tho choice of names Is
arbitrary. Uut it represents In a
rough aud ready way tho present ca
rarity or English singles players, as
evidenced by their performances on
grass during thu last' season.
N, L. Doheity undoubtedly comes
first. He has played three matches
the two International against Llltlo
nnd Ward, ami tho championship thai
huge found against K. L, Itlsely. Lit
tle in a memorable game robbed thu
champion of two sets, Rlsely of one.
Doherty still Is first. Tho gap be
tween him and bis nearest competitors
I us narrowed. Ills 'gamu Is less se
vere and rather less consistent thuu in
the two j ears before,
K, L. Itlsely not less ceilnlnly Is
leconil. Not only did he win thu ull
coiners' singles, but Ihu Northerns,
Ihe Europes at Leicester and the Irish
ihamplunslilps. Twice he hns beaten
Bmltji ninl( Dure, once Wilding. At
Wimbledon ho lost lo thu chuinploii
and ut riuuhileii to Wlfdlug. Uut the
latter's wus lllscty's first engagement
for the Heusou, whllu Wilding wus In
Tho doulgu of thu umblento be giv
en the world's champion White Box
us u souvenir of the vltloiy over the
Cubs in thu world's seileH Is in the
loriu of u (dedal, wlitcti can lie uoni
us u fob 01 otherwise. The design
lupii'seuts Hid gluho encircled hy 11
bund ilium whhh Is uiurked "World's
(.liuiiiiloiis" in black enamel 11'nl
Whllu Hux lu wlillo enamel, tlvir
this Is raised n vllig"d foot with u li'K
111 whltu stui klnus ami hluo Irim.eu,
I'lMI'nelilliiK llm l olm liiliiili'd hy llm
Iiiiiiiiiiib, TIlO WllWd hint It""" i'
u iiMllimm litmiii l'l"K" luuuml
Willi h urn KHHil'i'il JIH l"it mid "
I'luliuiiiu liusvbull, Oyr IN Hl"l'u
There U no remedy tn the world
which has proreu so popular for catarrh
us Peruna. It has been used for more
than thirty yesrs and cured thousands
ot cases as proven by our testtmonlatt.
I f j ou do not derive prompt knd satlt-fs-ctory
results from the use ot Peruna,
write at 6ncu to Dr. Ilartman, giving a
full statement of your case and he will
he pies'- ed to give yon his valuable ad
Address Dr. Ilartman, President of
Tho Ilartman Hanltarlum, Columbus. O.
gltta, and. will aupply the retail, trade
In Honolulu, Hawaii: Benson, Smith
A Co., Hobran Drug Co., Honolulu,
J there, la a pair of cugle's wings denot
ing vldoiy. Two American flags nre
r.round the grouping. The diamond Is
placed nt the top of the medal. On
the obverse side or the medal, which
Is nearly the sumu ns the front, a sap
phire Is set. The circle around tho
globo will be plain, so that the owner
muy have his name engraved on the
medul. The souvenirs will be mads
of Hinrnt gold of heavy weight and
will cost $20(10.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTION!.
Entered for Record Nov. 16, 1M6,
From10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Snknl Cane Planting Co to Ilawn
Agricultural Co CM
Mllle Morris to lllclmrd II Trent Tr..M
Mllle Moirls to Utchurd II Trent Tr
Itlchutd II Trent Tr to Hand or Ha
waii Ltd AM
Jno P Kuhiihuunl ami wf to Samuel
Hairy Armltugu Tr and wf to James
1'. Morgan ! D
lloopll nnd bsh to Hugh Howell . ...D
Hugh Howell to lloopll (w) . ...Agrmt
11 T Wllber nnd wf lo lluwn-Ameri-
can Itubber Co, Ltd U
Joshua Kamihelo 10,1x10 Chuck ...,L
Joshua Kanuhele to I.00 Chuck . ...L
Entered for Record Nov, 17, 19M,
From 9 a, m. to 10:30 a, m.
William It Castle Jr. Tr, to Young
Women's Christian Aksn O
Recorded Nov. 13, 1906.
Hail Kee et ul to Dowsett Co Ltd;
CM; HOU tons salt In warehouse, ma-
(hlnuiy, tools, etc, I'uulou, Ewa, Oahu;
I000. II ih5, p WS. Dated Nov IS,
Helen S Loveklu ami hsh (A C) to
Muiy K Hluglehurst; 1); por lot 111, blk
'J, Collegu Hills, llouululii; $150. B
S8K, i 1!)7. Dated Oct 19, 1900.
S M.. Hamcm und wf to Samuel E Da
mon et ul; I); -I 'J5-I00 ueies luiul, Kim
Mill HI, HuiioIiiIii; l, ele. I) L'8C, p
mi. Dated Nov 1'3, 1898.
LOCAL NpTICE TO MARINERS.
HAN I'AIILO HAV, CALIKUHNIA.
NotUe is heieby given lhal San
I'ablo ill edged chiiuiiel buoy, No 3, a
blink lllst-iluus tun, wus established
Nowmbci- 3, III Z'. feit ot water, lu
pluie of Kau I'ublo buy ill edged channel
liHacon No. 3, turrled away,
Mare Islauii light-house, NIC. 3-S IC,
IMiiiiIh IMIut, S. 3-8 i:.; East IJrutlier
Island IlKlit-hoitsii, H. by, W. 3-4 W
II) oidir of llm I.IkIiI-Hoiivu llujrd
II. T. MA VI),
('iiiiiuiiiiuler, I' H. N., luspei'tor, '12lli
Thu Weekly Edition or tba Evening
lliilletlii gives a complete summery of
ka news nf llm iter, Par m year,
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