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I8HAI.I ruar. Anno Domini. 1907
i. n. mniNirrri:,
Notary Public. Flrat Judicial Circuit
TUESDAY I'KU. 6, I10
It taken money to make war and no
nation la looking for Invps'tmeiits l
No admiral who eu-r nailed the
liroail Pacific wns hiicIi n glorious ad
miral an Admiral lieckley.
The Hawaii Ynctit Club out of debt
ritualizes lSUfl lis th gieatest ciir
in the history of Hawaii nclitlng
llrliiK on the Congressmen. The
more we get here, the larger the ap
propriations for Feilerul work lu Ha
Freili from Hongkong dry dock Ad
nilrnl Urownsuii should huve a llylUK
squadron well fitted for n record trip
to Honolulu. '
If a large Ht'tlou of the romhlneil
lket under Admiral llrnmou does nut
iiuiii) to Honolulu, wh.it la the sense of
Not the lenKt KrutirliiK fact la cvl
dence that the slrutooglsts have he
come convinced that the Culled Stales
la u great tint Ion
Admiral Vir Ha" a he ha-i nu the
orlea to olTer. Olili . : i . . , ue fulled
States navy olx) orleis ami leave thu
theorizing to the lblli
(liiardluna who hereufter raitnu Into
Judge Lindsay's murt will be partic
ularly eureful that the record of their
ttewardshlji la not Illumined with rum
IcsslieHH. It la nut ultogether surprising that
siatUtkiaua who took part lu the Nuu
a nu dam meaa should llgiue that the
Honolulu water works la a losing In
vestment. Opjioalllou to the water worka trans
fer or even u teat of the uuthorlly to
trunafer beau leatlmoiiy to the fuct
Unit the Hiililt of centralization mill
Uvea, jiotwIlhatuiidlUK local govern
luenta have mude u success of wlmt
haa thua far been miilertuken
KUHIO'S CONGRESSIONAL PARTY.
Delegate Kuhlo'a plan for n vlalta
Hon next nuiiimor from n good-alzed
ilelegutlon of Semitora and Congress
men la one thut Hhould comiiiuiid Im
mediately favorable, action from rep.
lesentiitlves of the people lu thu I.eK
Mature, Ah It Ih deemed beat, on account of
thu time when the Invitation Hhould
Im extended, not to wait for the Leg
Iblatuio to attend -to thu rormulltlea,
the Liialnesa orgaulzatloiiH Bhoiild hy
nil menna tuku the lultlul step, exteu.l
the Invitation anil make nil prelimi
Tlie Ilulletlu can at present writing
ken no good reason why the bualnuhH
orgunlzutloiiH should not go forward
on the assumption thut thu legisla
ture would later back them up, mor
nlly unci lluauclally
A visit from leading members of
Congress f loni both national parties
would be thoroughly Territorial lu
Its benollts, mid therefor absolutely
liou-puitlzau, We in u anxious that
the men who do thu law-making and
shape the appropriations of thu coun
try llinll know exactly what thu Ter
iltory lookH like, though thuy mttv
not lie able to Irani all nbotit It In
the brier period of their vltlt. It will
be of Inestlmnhle vatuc to Hawaii for
these men to come to the Island and,
while becoming acquainted with the
physical characteristics of our har
bors and lines of defetii. etc . etc..
etc nleo gei in touch with the at
mospheie f the place, the chnracter
nnd sentiment of the people.
Assuming that a coil of $20,000.
would be Involved In thu transporta
tion nnd ctiteilRlntnent of the party,
tl itual return to thu Territory In
dollar and cents would Justify the
xpeudlture of twice that amount
Atrordlng to nil Indications, the
present Congress will appropriate
more than a million dollars for Ml-1
i lima lines of pulilli work lu this Ter
Is tt not n good business proposl- J
Hon for the Territory to expend what
ieireients two per cent, of that
amount on the further education of
They will ree where the amount
already appiopilated Is to be expend
ed nnd cannot tall to be more deeply
Imptcued with the neoislty for fol
lowing up the good work, that Ha
waii may more rpecdll) and more ef
fectively fulfill Its National destiny.
We are forever demanding that
(Congress shall not be picayune In Its
treatment of Hawaii Now here's n
jense where Hawaii can show Con-
rresn how not to be picayune Here
is nn opportunity to demonstrate that
Hawaii is so much in earnost that It
is prepared to bring the National leg
islators down here to see for them
selves. We know they will be con
vinced No I'nlted Status Congress
man has eter visited Hawaii and re
turned to be other than friendly dis
posed toward our appropriations.
Secretary Taft Is known to not lo
us, but that Is bucausu lie loves the
Philippines more The Congressmen
he brought here, though whisked
through as (illicitly us possible, lit)
Now comes un opening for the pio
pie of the Territory, business organi
sations ixilltlciil parties, and what
not, to get together nnd help Hawaii.
No better Inspiration for working to
gether la needed than the fact that it
la foi Hawaii.
There la no doubt of what the Leg
islature will do If the solid sentiment
of the people Is. a It aliould be, be-
1 hind this very excellent National
(promotion program for Hawaii.
Help It along, because It boosts Ha
LOS ANOELES PARTY PLANS.
Secret my Wood's work lu settling
the rumored Japanese side Issue of the
steamer Ohio's trip from l.ns Angeles
was snappy and good, lu view of the
advertising appearing lu the Japanese
papers It Is easy to understand how
the urn started.
It was certain that the Ijis Angeles
DON'T FAIL TO VISIT THE
DURING IT8 PRESENT ACTIVITY.
Round Trip $.52.00
Leaving by "CLAUDINE" Friday,
Returninc by "KINAU" Saturday,
For Tickets and General Informa
tion regarding the trip apply to
HENRY WATERHOU8E TRUST CO.
-OURIST INFORMATION BUREAU,
Cor. Fort and Merchant Sts., Honolulu
Real Estate Dep't.
An acre of land and ten-room ,
house ut Kuimuki $2,250
The finest buildiiiu lot on Punch
bowl Slopes 3,200
Modern bungulow, new; Fitupu
eo tract 4,000
Lots in Manoa Vulley, Puttpueo
tract one-fifth cash, balance in
Several investment properties pay
iiiK a net el'lit per cent.
Hanri Watorhouse Trust Co.. Ltd.,
Comer Fort aivl Mercbaut SU
..JJustitvsAsfleetlerf.itisili .lkawii.,111,, ' A, i...rt.y,, ..i. vmf& ti,Ut
part) would not hnowlngl) allow n
pleasure trip to be turned Into n ton
tinot Inbor enlistment campaign. Th
lire not built on that plan.
The only question was whether some
of those connected with the steamet
were engaged In o scheme ou the side
This seemed possible.
The telegram of Wlggln In reotise
to Wood's query firmly establishes the
original assumption that the l.os An
geles trlii of the Ohio will be entirely
under the direction of first cluss busi
ness tueti of Southern California out
to elijo) themselves, see what beauties
am) enjoy what pleasures Hawaii has
They will hno n good time. Hawaii
can depend Uiou It that there will be
cause only for congratulation that an
other live business section Is brought ,
Itiltt nliisiiP pnlnllniia ts I Ii ixst iuy,iitn
iiiiii iiuiti riuuuiiD nuu if III -wJli i
niDiiiiiiici mill in un-nimv I
irtUUDbb lALn. 10 ItUlADlJl
The best solution of the latest unnftl
clal dispatches bearing ou the rela
tions between Japan nnd the Unite'
States is, lliat Kurojic Is hack of Ja
pan's vigorous representations to the
United States to the extent of Inflam
ing frlctirrti. Strained relations tint
would Injure American prestige nnd
trade but not bring on a foolish war
would serve more than one Kuropeau
The day when a nation goes to war!
Just for the fun of lighting passed long!
ago. The Japaucbc will not go to war;
with the Hulled .States unless thei
have become a nation of foots. And !
they are not that It will be victor)
enough for them If the equallt) of
their children Is lecogulzcd lu San
Francisco schools And II Is liunl to
understand President Hoosevell's sum-!
inoiis of the San i'randsco city gov
ernment heads to Washington, If It
be not for the purpose of coiivlnclna
them of the error of their ways.
Them Is Just enough of tension lu
the situation lu give u color of the
big stick to the naval order Issued yes
terday for maneuvers of the American
fleet III the pacific Hitherto all the
bombast has iiiimi fioui lint Japanese
ride it may have reached the point
Hliere the United Stales sees the value
of convincing the parllcliauts and on
lookers that fear is not the ImjielllnK
force behind Its endeavors to slrulriit
in out u dltllcult situation
This fact should be borne in mind
nothing ottlcial or having olllclal ear
marks has been Issued that would In
dicate any reuaiioii of the negotiations
between Jopan nod Hie Hulled Stales
for better regulation of thu emigration
of laborers and lecognltlon of funda
mental rlghta under the treat) now In
Tin- public win very .juM.lv lea in
of any bnalt lu the negotiations or
aV"!.Wf'!Mr KJI""' ' " Kvenlni
Bulletin vires a complete fcummsry of
TO DAINTY DRESSERS
We beg to announce that we have
Just received ten pieces of dainty Pine
apple Silk or Pina Cloth In stripes,
tomethlny entirely different from any.
thing previously shown here.
These have white grounds with gold,
light blue, pink, lavender, red and
black stripes, are thirty six inches wide
and tell for CO cents per yard.
B. F. EHLERS & CO.
111 IKOiu ;
III IfE IM;
Coal On Board Will Bej
Needed For Her !
The trausHiri Thomas nirlveil thlsj
morning from Manlln and will leave,
for the Const III afitriiiMin at . ,
o'clock She v..i- exiH-cteI to remain
In JHirt for several d.is. discharging
the 3S7C tons or itwl which she bus'
on board, but received orders ou her I
arrival to proceed Ulrwll) to the
Coast. The reason for this order Is
not slated but Is probabl) ou account
of the fHct that the loal which she hail
on hoard will be needed for the return
trip to the Philippines as the fuel fam-'
ine Is by no means over
The vessels leaving Sun Francisco
are getting onP. enough coal to ullow
them to reach their destinations and
Uncle gam evidently does not Intend to
take any chances with the ships of his
fleet. The Thomas struck a typhoon on
Jan. 28 which lasted for thiee da) and
the big vessel wns tossed ubout IHe J
plaything. If this had occurred when
she wus short of coal It might have
meant trouble for her. and the uuuy
nhiclals do not intend that aii)thiiu
or this sort shall happen
Theie wus no great amount of dam
age done by the Mind and heavy was
were eiicounteieil but the tossing ofllstlc to the American x-ople w
the ship made ihlnga very unpleasant 'was In Japan and the American i
lor ine passengers
The Thomas brought back 31 slik
III her hospital und also 21 prisoners
who will be tumid over to the military
authorities fm imprlMiiimcut ou Alca
tnis. .Mrs. W It Itownu and liifun
aciompuiilcd b u Juiianese nuae
were the only pasw-ngers for this city.
There ure M-veral olflcers of hlgii
lank on hounl. amoiiK iliem lu.im.
mijor-ijenenii j,w il Uv. Ilrlgndler ,
ueiieriil H Ktlgerli and lirleaillir
(lelleral I p liorden nil I In... ,.r
Hhoui ure nciiimpaiiled b) their Mi(t
. -. .
REAL EbTATE THAN8ACTIONS
Entered fur Record 1'cb. 4, 1907,
From 10:30 n. in. to 4 u. m.
Hank of Hawaii Ltd lo Win I. Pe
Kst of Theo II HatliN by exor to
Oavld K llojplll (e
.Maggie Culled in Itiwu illiliaid.ltel
lloaey illchurd ami hsb lo Maggie
JunieH i: Pullelloil III J p Meudlolu
et ul . it..
Conrad Olwu lo John llohneiilerg. I) i
tnieied for Record Feb. 2, 1007,
From 0 a. in. to 10:30 a. m.
Illshop A Co to Piiiig l.uiu Mow it
niauk books of -ill sons, ledgers,
, etc., uianiitarlurerj by the JlulUtlu Pub-
I MmIiiiiv Coinunuy
Pineapple Land for Lease
22 Acres at Wahlawa
i;0C0 growing pines
I Will lease for term of years.
Copper Plate Reception
and Invitation Cards
of the Latest Styles
In Correctness of Form
Our Work lxcwls
!RE8H FLOWER AND VEQCTABLB '
BEtDS FOR BALE. ,
Mrs, E, M. Taylor
TEL. MAIN M,
Keep a bottle of the Hitlers
handy If you would save a tut
of suffering, When the Stom
ach, l.lvtr or Kidneys are un
ubl to perform their work a
few dotes will help wonderfully.
It never falls lu cares, of Dys
pepsia, Indigestion, Costlvenets,
Sour Stomach, Poor Appetite,
Liver or Kidney Ills oi Malaria.
m. iK m not
ui m m m
MaJ Cell Jesse M ; who Is re
turiiliig from Ih'i Orient and Manila on
Ihe Thomas, made the following state
inent this inoriilug to u Ilulletlu le
"I failed lo nee an spirit antagou-
Hit Nagasaki stated that as far as he
could see there was none 1 think that
this war talk la simply u matter which'
is neing men among tlie 1Mittclaus Mr
Ihcir inpltul and do not U-lleve thai
there Is nuyllilnf; lu It
"There Is still some llitle trouble in
the Philippines" In Kamar. but outside
of that ever) thing Is going ou very
U. sill till U II llfit tui.ll unllaflL.I ...III. I...
t unii ns- MM ns rllJi-J rsiiii II1UI
progress which lias Id-en nude um
i:olllK lo the mainland lu I, reilreil
und will make un linnie in r'uliri.rtiiu
! HONOLULU WEATHER K
KX.li X KM X)i KM H X X f-'V X
IVb. &, 1&U7.
Temperatures U u in , 70; H a. in.
71; lu a. ui, t: noon, 7C; morning
Ilarometer, H u. In., IIM.UU; abui
lute humidity, k u. in., 7.b2t grains
er cubic foot; relative humidity, 8
n. in., Itfi per cent.; dew point, V a.m.,
W'lml- -C U. III., Velocity , illrec
lion N)!; Ii ii. III., velocity H, dliecllou
'HK, 10 a. ui., velixity 4, direction
hlC; noon, velocity C. illrei Hon H.
' lluliifall during 'H hours ended
K U. III., ,0'J llllh.
' Total wind movement during
hours euded at noon, loo miles.
WM. II. STOCKMAN,
Seillou lllreclor. 11 H. Weather nureau,
H X M U f ti X . U X H M, X A X. X.
' The Hawaiian baud will give a pub
ile i-onierl lonlght at Thomas Hijiure,
rommeiu lug ul 7 3d ii'ilook. The pio
Km I n follows
. I'AHT .
Munh "Tim (lolden Dome" . . .Taylor
Dveiline-"Light Cavalry" ... Huppe
illallad- "III tlie Vulle" , JiHey
Ki-le(lloii "Mlisiiul Huvlew" . .Itlvlere
I Vim'.iI Hawulluii Hongs .ur. by llerger
Intermezzo "Oeorglu Kuiisel". .llrowu
Wullz "Wulklkl Heuih" llerger
J'lualih "llllo Hay" llerger
"'Ihe Hlar Hpaugled Haulier."
Miss (lenevleve Midrnw, a si'hool
mistress of Hammond, Indiana, liaj
been I'limpelliil by the school board 10
semi lu her resignation, becauui she Is
' m pretl) that elm Is witiccii(eil by ad
(The First of the Year
merchants and all others will want I
I BLANK BOOKS, CALENDAR PAD8,
INKSTANDB, PENS, PENCILS, to fit
up your office. We have Just receive j '
a large shipment of OFFICE 8UP !
As we or doting out our 8T0CK '
CABINET8 same will be sold at cost,
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd
J. M. Davis
erWINQ MACHINE REPAIRER.
1266 FORT 6T, nsar BEHETANIA.
Sewing machines for tale,
TEL. MAIN 117,
Bamboo Furniture Made to Order,
Picture Framing a Specially,
CC3 0. BERETANIA BT.
' TELEPHONE BLUE 88),
GREA'M itRE MS
AMERICA'S FINEST PRODUCililQN
LOVEJOY & CO,, Agents
02-804 NUUANU STREET. PHONE MAIN 308.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN FINE WINES A. LIQUORS.
Coriset Covers Come
Time has elapsed since ordering them but they are equal to ex
pectatlons in daintiness and quality.
The covers are spring styles, substantially made and su daintily
trimmed that they will Increase the pretty effect of tny shirt (wlit,
on any wearer.
The sites Include all measurements, and the prices are:
10c, 2&c, Mc, 7ic, 1.00, $1.20, tt.M.
Your Inspection Is solicited
NUUANU brtw. HOTEL and KING 6TREETC.
umiiy m m
wii m m
IJIlll VHi II-IV l-lf-ll
Villi 0VIML1 1 LlLHI
(treat preparations are being for -
arded for the University Club ball mi,
. . KrId. ,.vrllIlll, llex, T)),
I " "
carjienteri an ut work today and the
deioralori will roou Ixgln with then
The jalioiiesses for
Ihe occasion are Mrs. II A. Ilaldwlti.
Mrs George It Carter, Mrs. C. II
Cooper. Mrs. T. Cllve Da vies, Mrs. 8.
II. Dole, Mrs J It. Gait, Mrs. A. Uarl- j
ley. airs, vv r. rrear, .rs. ..re ,v..uu-
mii, Mrs J It llutHI, i'- J"'""1 A"
. .. ..-.. . r I
Kavor louiinlllce-ilrs T uiivc.
Da vies, Mrs. George P Cooke, Mrs. A.
Arrangements have Ixeu made with
the Ha phi Transit inanagemeni for
cars to leave opposite club In all dliec
lions at I, 2 and 3 a, in. the night of
SEA 6ERFENT SEEK AOAIN
rlliK'kholui, January I. The latest
H-a-serpent story is told hy M Victor
Aukaicrona, Master of the HtdUli
Itoyal Hunt and one of King Owar's
i'Iom'sI friends, who declares It Is the
't'lie Hj.a-MiriM'iil ueivirillliu 111 M All
kurrroua, ajijieureil off Ihe fashlouabie
resort of rlaltrjahadeu. near titockholin,
where he and three friends observed It
X. while they were walking along the
shore. Here Is his ili-grriptlou of Urn
History of the Growth of jfaeJJNlJED :SJAJJiS
FIDELITY and fiUlBANTy COMPANY .in Jiijjwres,
mm watemiouse m sMxm jui $ wv
"We saw. at a distance of 200 yard.
,in animal sixteen to twenty yards long
swimming through Ihe water at
seed equal lo that of a good motor-
iboat. throwing un large waves and
causing a heavy swell all along luc
"The movements of Ihe animal In the
ater were similar lo those of a worm.
Its head was above the water, an J
looked very iiiuili like the body of m
turtle, belug absurdly large uonipaiud
u. Je c,ri:u,er, uce of , y rtu.
body was round and without uuy tins
or outgrowth. Its color was gra)ln
"Attttr Hwiwitil riilmil. Ilia aiilmfil
' -..-. ... -... ... .....
,,a(.Ktni.j ,Kwl ud ,uu MilieDi, du.
'pppeaied, whereupon ihe water bwauw
WOLVES DEVOUi. MEW
Heal lie (Wash.), Jan lIUy-The uess
thai two and perhaps thne liome
Meaders have been devoureil hj'J-jAitff mri,
tomes from Davidson, Saskatchewan
Two bodies were found today III the
Deer like district partly devoured Uy
wolves. They are believed lo be those
of homesteaders. No traces of horsi
The recent cold weather, the coldest
that the Saskatchewan region lias ei
Jierlenied 111 Vinrs, JlOS resulted lu tlie
freezing of several pertons, and the
bodies ravaged by the woln-s are en
deutly those of Iwo men overcome f
Ihe told, who fell helpless before I be
denizens of the forest
Evening Bullstlnyfls- p- month.
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