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BVKNINH MlM.ErW. HONOLULU, T. II.. WKIlNCMIAV. I'UII. JO. 107.
Imbllibfd 15err l'r r.trpl flutidar,
t 120 Kin HUfft. Honolulu,
T II, by tb.
BULLETIN PUBLI8HINQ CO., LTD.
WALLACE H. FARHINQTON.. Editor
Kctered at the I'oitomre at Mono
nolulii i second class matter.
I I .
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Per quarter, anywhere In U, B.. 2.00
Per ;ear, anywhere U. 8 8.00
Perjcar, postpaid, foreign 11.04
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Peryear, anywhere In U. 8 1.00 (
Per year, postpaid, foreign .... 2.00
Territory of Hawaii, ) i
Fint Judicial Circuit.) ;
C. U. II0CKU8, lluslncsi MutuiKor'
of the llulletln Publishing Company,
Limited, belnc drat duly svvorn, on
oath deposes mid snys: That the fol
lowing la a true and correct elate
mont of the clrrutntlon for the vveskj
ending 1'rlduy. Feb ir.th. 1907, of,
the Dally and Weekly lMltlons of the
Circulation of Evening Bulletin
Saturday, Feb, 0 2015
'Monday, Feb. 11 2384
Tuesday, Feb. 12 . . ..2377
Wednesday. Feb. 13 2358
Thursday, Feb. 14 23C3
Friday, Feb. 15 237G
Average daily circulation ..2412
Circulation of Weeklv Bulletin
Tuesday, Feb, 12th, 1X7 . .2542
Number of weeklies deliver?! on
the Island of Hawaii alone. . .1101
Combined guaranteed average
circulation -105 I
BULLETIN' I'l'llLlSIUNO CO, LTD.,
by C. O. IIOCKUS,
Subscribed and awnrn to be
fore mo this ICth day of
SEAL February, Anno Domini,
P. II. llUflNCTTE.
Notary Public, First Judicial Circuit
WEDNESDAY KEI1. 20, 1907.
Governor Carter's messngo to the
Legislature make no attempt lit be
ing u brilliant public document, but
It serves the apparent purpose of the
author, and the needs of the legisla
tors. In being u straightforward
ttatement of the matters of chief
Importance now before the Territory.
The deflntta recommendations
which the Governor makes for the
Increasing demands for tlio educa
tion of the Territory's children Is
very gratifying to those who realize
that practical and clllclent education j
is me nrsi necessity oi mjiuki prog
ress. Health matters, always or vital
Import to Hawaii, are handled In a
manner which suggests good Judg
ment If the estimates for appropria
tions give the executive ofllcurs suf
ficient funds to work with.
Immigration Is given llrst plucq
among the topics (llbcusseil and thorn
Is nothing which will have a more
far-reaching Influence upon the Ter
ritory. The proposal to provide n
special fund for this work by spe
cial taxation Involves much careful
deliberation, but there Is no ques
tion that the immigration work
should go forward.
In County mutters th message h
not finite as definite and clear cut nl
on other Important Ibsues, The Go.
ernor In one paragraph says we
must Keep the confidence of the
bondholders by not alienating the
public property, and later MiRgesti
County bonds for the construction of
The Legislature will undoubtedly
find n way out of this allnnatlon-of-property
tangle which Is forever be
ing brought up, and pass local legis
lation besides securing action by
Congress that will clear the wuy for
The sltlng-up of the financial sit
uation and arrangement for the ex
penditure of the biennial surplus so
tnut It will constitute a reward of
merit fund is very good.
There is nothing In the message
to bet the Territory on fire. Its ton
tents nre rather nn nld to easy di
gestion and healthy growth.
Every Legislature that has assem
bled In the Cupltol of this Territory
has started out with splendid prom
ise. Some sessions have closed with n
better record than others.
Tlio oppoi (unities liefoio the fourth
Legislature which Iiub organized to
dny nre such as to Inspire every man
to act with a purpose single to the
development of best American Inter
ests of tlio Hawaiian Islands.
Legislators of today are fortunate
In coming to their duties nt a tlmo
when no deep-set prejudices are beck
lug un outlet In radical legislation.
Tlio politics of the Territory has be
come so far organized' that the. ma
jority party has a working majority
with clear-cut plans, and tlio minor
ity party lias the numbers to make a
lesperUbl ttpfmimimt; H Hh
lite Individual Htee wttMtKir Hint
itMdr the HpyndWtwti ImMNki'IiI mid
The pnweht ItWtttttle hut no
I'rtlNimmHI bMe Mmllttr to Hint
Willi h riMnl wneti the people vvpm
riltlitlhH for the recognition of the
pilnrlple of twill nH-K" eminent.
Yet (her l no lack of miiHethlng to
The nlltMtkin hi Innie like Hint of
tie wan who bus lonstrurlcd the
main foundations of his hmise mid
tow bus to develop and perfect on
the llnee laid down.
For tlihi reason there Is greater
tiFi'tvalt)' for ery rorefut, Intelligent
mill Mtiprejudlird work on the part
i'l the representatives of the people.
V p want tn mow forward all tlio
time In the revolutions associated
wllh the tlerentrnlliutlun of power
ami moie popular governiiiunt, our
lepresentattves must see that what
ever happens there shall be no back
As a Territory created from nn In
dependent nation our Island commu
nity Iiub found Itself, so to speak.
The effertcMunco of newly gained
power on Hie part of persons hjtlier-i
to refused a part In government, hai
worked off. Experience has taught,
us to better understand Just whuiu
we nre at In our relations with the
Federal Got eminent and with raili
other in governing ourselves.
Perfection of detail mid ate.uly de
velopment is the work cut out for
liu present legislators.
The Governor's message shows that
oui flnniiies are In n very gooil con
dition This Legislature should see
Hint this condition continue, and
the Taxation Commission, which It Is
to bo hoped this Leglslatuiu will cre
ate, may have a normal situation on
which to base Us scheme for the fu
ture. The educational, health and gener
al department affairs of the Terri
tory present no particularly new
problems to solve, unless an excep
tion be made of the Public Works De
partment Its transfer of propel ty
and administrative functions to tho
Counties and Its responsibility for
apparent eriors and Ineffective work
during the past two years. The leg
islative duty, besides investigation
which shall lonllrm the good leport
concerning the stewardship of re
sponsible executive olllcers. Is to pre
pure for tho future growth of tho
Territory and leglslntu In n manner
best suited to foster advancement In
every department of government.
This our legislators are capable of
doing. The only thing to be proved
is whether they will do It. Only the
legislators can answer.
The llulletln expects the progress
of events will bo such that the peo
ple will be satisfied that their icp-leaentullvt-s
have made good.
" jjionolulu Hs-sjj,
DON'T FAIL TO VISIT THE
DURING ITS PRESENT ACTIVITY.
leaving Honolulu by S.S. "CLAU
DINE" Friday, Feb. 22nd, at 5
o'clock p. m.
Returning Saturday, Mch. 2nd, by
The round trip costs only $52.
For tickets and information re
Carding the trip, apply to
Heal Estate Dep't,
liliha Street $50.00
Makiki Street $30.00
McCully Street $22.50
Bcretania Street $40.00
Aloha lane $18,00
Bcretania Street $16.00
King Street $30.00
Nuuanu Street $50.00
Nuuanu Street $30,00
Kinau Street $30,00
Thurston Avenue $42.00
Beretania Street . ..., $25.00
House at College Hills ; beautiful
view of mountain and seaj complete
ly furnished; telephone included, per
Waikiki beach for 3 months be
ginning July, per month. . .$75,00
large residence, completely fur
nished for 1 or 2 years; possession
June; per month $100,00
Henri Watorhouse Trust Co,, Ltd,,
Corner Fort anl Merchant Sts,
WM9sm. tiiMbh - t'sUfcYi
TflWsFfiSSSSMT COMPAHV. i
I ': !H
ME88A0E FACTS IN BRIEF
(Continued from fare
MHiena on the mainland, tunny of
whom think Hint the light of rlvlll'
talhiii first appeared on these Islands
when the Slurs mid Htllpes were mi '
fulled III im. Ut It he known, m
that statesmen and those In high nil
thorlty may better tiudeistand why It '
If Hint In these small Islands, with
ril ItinflV tinllfltinlltlps. tlml-A la Hilt..
or no friction. Let the world sen
that others have yet to lompieheiid
the Import, the meaning of that
which wna understood by nn Hawaii
an King mure than two generations
Hnvvull Is steadily gaining a lepu
tntlon nbio.nl for quiet progress. Her
citizens are showing a capacity for
fcelf-control. for moderation, and a
tespect for law and order, essential
In every self-governing community.
"During the last two years this Ter
tltory has given no cause for anxiety
to tho soveielgn Slates which com
pose our Union.
"In nil this we can take pride and
express our confidence Hint )ou will
maintain this lecord; Hint your de
liberations will In; marked by respect
for the opinion of others; by n lack
of sensational Incidents, and by :i
moderation which will continue to
win for nil of us hern In Hawaii the
legnrd and respect of the world '
Tho main points of the message
The Territorial Immigration llu
reini work Is approved and tacit ap
proval given th proposition to np-i
proprl.ito $250,(100. from Territorial
luuds fur this work.
Appropriation for the maintenance'
of tlio mllltla Is urged.
Tho primary election law Is not
enthusiastically endorsed, and tho
Legislature is reminded that It
should cut down the expense of reg
ular elections If it adopt the pri
Division of tlio survey work Is
ktrougly disproved. Continuation of
Hie, present centrallred method, Is
Improvement of conditions result
ing from semi-annual payment of
tuxes Is noted. Tho Governor pro
poses that In order to reward econ
omy any surplus which may exist at
the end of a biennial period from ap
propriations made from current
funds, shall be appropriated for per
manent improvements instend of be
ing turned into the general fund for
the coming period.
Following out this theory the Gov
ernor makes specific recommenda
tions for tho expenditure of the sur
plus which It is expected will remain
in tlio Treasury at tho end of the,
present hlennlnl period:
Construction of ice and cold
storage plant, Molokal $ 2.730
New Ilullsilngs nt )lolokul . . 8,500
Purchase of additional laud for
Wnlalno Industrial School.,
New school buildings, Hawaii.
New school buildings. Maul...
.Vow school buildings, Kauai..
New High School, Honolulu..
The esCTmated Income for thu next
two years Is $5,158,500.
The Governor outlines his esti
mates for thu appropriations us follows-Department
Public Instruction $ 933,195 00
Department of Finance:
Treasury $ 353,150 OS
Utireiiu of Taxes 110,200 00
Ilurcau of Conveyances. 27,800 00
$ 521,540 00
$700 will buy home
in Nuuanu Valley
THREE CASES OF THE
reached us by the Alameda.
You know the name and all
it stands for
STYIE, FIT, WORKMANSHIP AND
ALL OF THE BEST.
In this lot will be found all
qualities from the cheapest to
IN WHITE ONLY.
w - ' - !T -
AJU. i i
FRIENDS TELL FRIENDS
NOTHING LIKE PE-RU-NA."
1M lit XII KM A 1.1. UKASVHK iVsMk3
I DVK TO TJIK UK.XKHOVH Efl W jM
niAiKK (iivkx it nr Jr'fr 7 Vjl
OIIATKFVL fl.UPl.K. iMklsW W "n 3
i 'wD ft 1
IlkBafafafHI'SKA l'0'" 111''" I M
tsssMMll JcoiH"" .sifM
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bSSSSbv I r) ?',,rt I IT
IbbbbV' laCAMt I 1 Y m
IIIW i aca',,m1 A l sm
ilkaKA 'I I? t""" yi'). jtxm
W a Kit WwMn
Tells Every One About Fe-ru-na.
Mrs. It. T. )'ciiiicS4cy, Hound llrook,
N. J., writes:
"I have taken l'eruna and find It a
very good medicine. Afler I took one
ImjIIIo of l'eruna, I was cured of my
cold. I cannot help telling every one I
know about l'eruna and asking them to
try it. I would llko every one to know
ijC tho good l'eruna does."
Recommended Fe-ru-na to Many.
Mrs. J. M.llorlon, IWI S. l.'th street,
Ulrmlngham, Ala., writes:
"I had a severe attack of la grippe.
After taking thu third bottle of l'eruna
I was fully restored to health. I have
recommendod It to many."
A neighbor Advised Fe-ru-na.
Mrs. John Hoy no, 1U7 K. Malu (St.,
Cohuabiu, Ohio, writes:
"For over two years I suffered with
headaches and severe pains In my head,
ami all theso two years my friends
would say,' Why don't you take PerunaT'
"Finally one of my neighbors Just In
sisted on my taking it. I tried it and
before I had taken ono-fourth of a bot
tle my headaches were gone. I nm
never without l'eruna, I advlso every
ouo to take l'eruaa."
For special directions everyone
should read "The Ills of Life," a copy
of which surrounds each bottle. Pe-
runa Is for sale by the following drug-
Department of Internal Improvements:
Superintendent of l'ublie
Ilurcau of Water Works
Hoard of Agriculture and
$ 520.I9S UU
Department of l'ublie Health;
Doaril or Health $ 513,700 00
Depaitment of I'ollce;
HlghShcrln 1SS.I10 00
Department of Justice:
Judiciary 180,020 00
Department of the lCxecntlve:
Secretary of Huwiill ...$ 29,900 00
Kxpenses of Elections .. 13,000 00
I'retervutlou of Archives 6,000 00
National Guard 10,000 00
support or l'ublie Mb-
"""J" 10,000 00
Sspiwrt of Hospitals ... 55,900 000 Hawull thnn Hint done by her four.
$ 123,800 00
llpniirlnif.nt tif Kurvovn
Deiiurtiiient of th Aiii.r.
ney General 61,000 00
Department of l'ublie
"indu 30.810 00
uepiiruuvui ui Aimiung .. z.-.xnu uu
jxnd HeKUtiutlon Court
fotal S3 IDS AS- CO
I ! xoiiroprlatlons finally pass-
ed do not exceed the foregoing total,.
our financial position will bo some-
vhut us follows:
The Meal Department
Opens at 6.30 a.m.
Closes at 8 p.m.
In the future, our meal hours will ex
tend from 6:30 a. m. to 8 p. m., but
LARGE PARTIES ACCOMMODA
TIONS CAN BE ARRANQED FOR
A LATER HOUR o
Friend Advised Use of Fe-ru-na.
Mr. K. W. Htaley, 1112 l'illmorv Ht..
Nashville, Tenn., writes:
"I was down for three months wllh
pneumonia and hud gotten very weak.
A friend advised mo to try l'eruna,
which 1 did, and soon found It was J he
thing I needed. When I finished the
third iKittle. I found I weighed more
'than 1 ever did In my life."
Spreading the Good News.
1'rof. J. Ivlson, dealer In musical
merchandise, box 813, Cumberland,
"It Is now flvo months slnco my wife
began taking l'eruna and from tho llrst
day Improvement has been going on
noticeably. Hhe Is now In good health.
Wo never tiro of making this fact
known to our many friends."
A Friend Had Used Fe-ru-na.
Mr. Henry I. Goodwin, portrait artist,
118 tlovu street, E. Hon ton, Mass., w riles:
"For three years I have been sutler
Ing from a general rundown condition
of the system. I tried many remedies.
"A friend of mine advised me to uso
Fcruna, as It had licneflted him.
"After taking two bottles I felt better.
Now I nm In the best of heal'b."
gists and will supply the. retail trade
In Honolulu, Hawaii: Benson, Smith
& Co., HobrOn Drug Co., Honolulu,
Estlinuter total Itecelnts.S5.15S.S00 C'J
Kstlnmled Itoad Tuxes, to
Counties $ 210,000 00
,i;tlniatcd one-half of all
other Taxes to Counties 1,700.000 0U
Total of Appropriation
Dills 3,198,133 00
Cost of legislative Ses
sion, 1909 20,000 00
Total Disbursements.. $5,158,433 00
The Clovernor makes tlio specific
leijuest that appropriations shall not
be made without provision to carry
them out. And that nil financial
mutters bo referred to one. committee.
'" order Hint theie may ho an equal-
uing or expense and Income.
"No work la of greater linnortanco
i hundred and thirty or more teachers
In their daily contact with the 10,-1
1 051 pupils found in the public
schools" Is tho language In which
Governor Carter Introduces the edu-
He recommends the restoration of
I aau Lt.uiiiiui.iiua VIIV I coiui UVIUI1 Ul
vi'aan nnV'10 tc"c,lerH' salaries and cntliusias -
' Itlcally backs the pension fund plan
of Superintendent Ilabbltt.
A new High School on the Mncr-
tens property is proposed. The prcs-
ent bchool is crowded nnd the new
one Is needed.
Allowances nro nsked for proper
btirvoy of school property nnd $5,000.
Compare them with the best imported candies; your
judgment every time will be in favor of our own
make. Always fresh made by a Coast exoert.
Try our delicious ICE CREAM made of pure Jersey
We Make a Specialty
IN SUPPLYING FAMILIES WITH
Bread, Pies and Cakes, etc.
Try our deliciOHS ICE CREAM made of pure Jersey Cream
ALEXANDER YOUNG CAFE
GREAM PURE RYE
AMERICA'S FINEST PRODUCTION
Rich and Mellow
WM04 NUUANU ITUT, PHONE MAIN JOS.
IMPORTER! AND DEALERS IN FINE WINES A LIQUOR.
for purchase of kuleanas at the Hoys'
Superintendent Habbltt's plan to
have a large central and graded
school In country districts where
transportation Is available Is entlort
ed. Also the medical Inspector who
shall visit nil schools and cxnmino
children for eye trouble or defective
hearing as well us .the usiinl mala
dies. The honor loan fund to nsslst
those who wish lo complete their ed
ucation aluoad is upproved.
The Governor concilia In npprov-
Ing the lepoit for the establishment
of un agricultural college. luuihorlty to Issuo bonds.
A permanent settlement Is propos- Homestead work Is briefly revlow
cd for Mrs. Wells, wife of II. M.'cd nnd tho fillthful work of tho Land
Wells, who was permanently Injured Commissioner highly praised,
whllo In the servko of the Territory. Tho Hoard of Health is compll-
On the trnnsfcr of public property, meiitcd nil along the line nnd special
the (lovcrnor says: notice given the necessity for gunrd-
"Your deliberations should be Ing ngulnst the ravages of tuberculo
guided by a tominon Intciest for the Us as well ns tho black plague,
whole Territory. Your duties, lf The Governor Is flatly against Ked
properly undertaken, do not make ernl control of the lepr settlement
you purtlsnns of either County orj unless the people show by their nc
Terrltory. There Is no saving by the lions and legislation passed that they
transfer of expenditures from one to arc not able to properly handlo tho
tne other. Hut, in view of the sep- administration of the settlement,
urate corporate powers and icsponsl- Appropriation to provide for rep
bllltles. the property of one cannot rcsentntion of the Territory In the
with reason and propriety bo trans- Supreme Court, at Washington Is nsk
ferred, without consideration or com- rd. Also more deflnlto legislation In
pensutlon, to tho other. This lines- connection with the payment of wit
Hun of the light to dispone of prop- ness fees.
erty Is serious nnd cnu no longer bo' The Governor belleveJ l'l wiping
set aside with indifference. out tho feo system for the clerks nf
"If It Is your deshu to enlarge by the Circuit Court,
intendment tho functions, tho scopo Speclnl deputies of the High Sher
of the Counties, und give over to each fr to servo without pay are suggest
tho court houses and Jails, with the ed for tho moro economic dispatch or
cure of prisoners, then In Justice to business on tho other Islands,
each County, let the property Tn ench' A regular forco for nchlves work Is
bo appraised and paid for, thus keep- recommended.
Ing faith with our Territorial bond-) Aid for the public library Is pro
holders and protecting our credit, posed.
What would be thought of a corpor- Taking over the Kona Orphnnnge
ntlon which on a showing of assets. ns a Territorial Institution Is tacitly
flouted bonds, nnd then gradually j approved.
transferred its ussets, without con-. Itcvlslon of the legislation for
slderatlon, to a new nnd distinct cor-, bonding officials is nsked to eliminate
poratlon?" I somo present difficulties.
Increased whnrf construction Is np-1 The closing features of the inesi
Proved. (sago follow:
In view of the prospective con-' Counties. Slnco the adjournment
Htructlon of the Illlo breakwater the ) of tho last session, ninny perplexing
Governor recommends Hint pioneer problems luive arisen with reference
railroads, which may be un Indlicct'to tho practical working out of tho
result, be relieved from paying tuxes relations between County and Terrl-
for n period of ten years.
The Nuuanu dam Is dealt with In
Generalities. The Governor nsks for
tho appointment of an Investigating
committee consisting of outside mem
hers of the Legislature. Ho suggests
Mint he will send In a spcclnl mes
vage on the subject.
Illght of eminent domain for wa
ter works outside of
Distribution of plants and seeds to
assist the laying out of public parks
ID tt f f I w T CIS t
1 Appropriation to pay
Judgment given by tho co
court for $1,-
1250. Is recommended.
In dealing with loans tho Govoru-
or proposes u new Administration
building on the Judiciary building
'ilto, for exccutlvo offices. A new
building to tnke the place of tho
present Judlclnry building nnd to bo
n home for the Circuit Courts. A
building similar lo the Archive
building on the Kwn side of the Cup
ltol to be the home of the Supremo
Court. An appropriation to provide
for the ImiHiundlug of the wnters In
Knllhl valley ns n supplement to the
gravity vvnter system of Honolulu.
Completion of Honolulu wlmrvc.
Krecllon of n moro commodious High
School. Other Improvements In tha
I ,v siiiKing iiiiiu io proviiio ror tlio
j payment of the public debt It urged.
To cover the now belt roads sug
gested for tho Counties the Governor
suggests that the Counties hn clven
' tnry. Ily liberality nnd the
! (Continued on Paee 5)
We now have a beautiful stock of
CHINESE JADE JEWELRY, entirely
oriental in workmanship and made of
Pure Gold 24-kt. fine.
We invite your inspection of our
Large Stock of
RINGS, PINS. BROOCHES,
The Workmanship Will Bear the
H. F. Wichman & Co.
The First of the Year
merchants and all othsri will want
BLANK BOOK8, CALENDAR PADS,
INKSTAND8, PEN8, PENCILS, to fit
up your office. We have Just received
a large shipment of OFFICE SUP
PLIES. As we are closing out our STOCK
CABINET8 same will be sold at cost
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd
-JlJitk jkt.-.MH, UXL. JUUAAiri'. .