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VanlilliKton la the llrst American, I
hut uk aiain us liiinilRriitlon bepin St. j
Patrick run him u clone kecond. ,
American rnllroada and Kutwlan
terrorlntK nre runiiitiK neck und neck
for ftrat honor, lu redticInK the
Transaction on the Stock Kx
ihiinKe Indicate a Kenerul conviction
that Hawaii can lcckon on stable con
ilitloiiK, and favorable ns well.
The Floral Parade rarrles one i.ir
ticiilur KUKReation for next year
Hint Hie Automobile Club make an
braw appearance numerically as it
did this year artistically.
Kuhlo Is able to rcclproc.ito with
lutoiest when he announces another
appropriation of JIHO.OOO. coinci
dent with the Invitation for members
nf Congrcsa to visit lluwall.
It Is well to hne special commit
tees on liquor and County measures,
It will require the undivided atten
tion of several good navigators to sen
these propositions safely through
ANOTHER GOOD APPROPRIATION.
Tho appropriation of $250,000. for
u lighthouse tender, mentioned In
Delegate Kuhio's cable to the Gov
ernor, represents another of the re
sults accomplished by constant but
Mulct work and hearty co-operation
between the department officers heie
nnd in Washington and Hawaii's of
lii lal representative.
The report of the lighthouse engi
neer stationed here, ami made to
Congress through tho Lighthouse
Hoard, sets forth the great necessity
for n lighthouse tender to be used In
taring for the lights or this group of
islands, and also Midway nud Samoa.
At present Hawaii is a subdivision of
the lighthouse district which In
titules California. Theoretically tho
tender for the Coast should do tho
work for these Islands, We know
the pructlso to he that our lighthouse
engineer has to depend on any ship
of the navy or revenue service thnt
may he available, or upon a private
The appioprlntlon made by Con
gross for the tender nnd tho new
lights for our Islands Is another ad
vance step towards making this cross
roads of the i'aclllc a moio perfect
hneii for the steadily increasing
hhlps of common e,.
One or two Incidents In the patri
otic exercises of tho Hawaiian So
ciety of the Sons of the American
Itevulutlon curried a timely hint to
the teucheis of tho public und private
bchools which wcie largely represent
ed by pupils piesent.
One of tho young ouitors dosed his
remarks by culling for tluce cheers
for George Washington und tho
American nation. It Is appropriate
Ui say that tho cheers were "given by
the audience wit 11 a will."
Hut It cannot bo said that tho
att mm tail hunt aHMW( Ifcf fSM-1
.lta twni iiiimnBil HMfc liNK New
tart i'in' !' ahtra lay s)H raaa-,
lilt- anil ! ahlih ikrv haf jlttM MM-1
ip tnnnniliaH-'a In tlNMr tftt ntA 1
tarhitm m hutil rtetl , !
Tto iMickwnnla 4 tlw WfH Mtm
not line i.n lark e tattrMNH. '
Malh-i . 11 II. it mthMtt aM Mf-
liinoi hiumiMai which ywiwn a hoy
when tulleil iiihiH to M hh Milrc
h tm hii iH'caaloH MWtewhat (Hit nl
The uMlkHi fur llm twihcra la
Hint thpy roHMaHlly lltlliM-M llin
Hiclr i-iiplhi that when the)- arti i1IimI
UK)D nr have I lie opl")rllllilly In
ihwr for their lomnry. no fale 1110O
rat) ihouli rawn them to wall for
(lie other follow to "limit while nth-i
era Krln Wlirn they nre nakeil tiiliiR In It foi loiiiiuerrliil purposes,
iluer Ibny ilioulcU'lllv'i:it' They fan Thla It la hoped will extend mid be
ilepend iiihiii It. II Mien di'llloliatlll-1 'lime Kellelill lllllll elery Idler flnlll
Hon of the limit of their IllliRa wereli. IKillon to a foreign one ahull ho In
out of place, the) would lint be naked. 1 U1I1 mode of apeech Then It ta hop
Again when the (lovernor of thu ltd that II will extend to llteiiiture,
Territory called foe nil inweiublcd lo
riiiti the Nntlounl Alitliulu, there wim
enough voenl ability lined up around
he tlaK-deckcd em den to mnke thu
welkin rhiR. wttn ciilhual.iatlc luir
liiony. To mi) that the oiith did not do
well would he 1111 Injustice. There
.wua never! Iicle.irt the h-iiiiii hesitniicy
1 lettltiK luiie, the H.une waiting for
Mimime elae to du Hie aliiKlng na well
11a the ilieerlliK
Some perxoii m.iy any thnt patriot
Ibiii la not expresaed 111 nolae. Hut
that pel win doc not iiiidcratnnd
Kvery youth of the (oiiutry ahotlld
be t.niKhl thai when nny iiKielubly of
Aineiliaii lit I7011H la called upon to
altiK. the youth na well as the older
i.iich nie expected to JOIN' IN and
Attempts 10 create n universal luti
KiiaKe for the people of the world
liiiw met with rather Indifferent mic
icsm until ery tecent years, when
Ksperanto has forced to the front.
V'olnpuk luid 11 brief Migiie but now
seems to have entirely disappeared,
r.speranni now claims to hae n mil
Lull students representluK thirteen
It la proposed to have n convention
of Ksperanto lingulata at the Alaskan
Yukon Exposition at Seattle, nnd In
thin day of travel unit ciuIqU comtnii
nlciitlou between various parts of tho
world, the students of thu new lau
riiiiro are certnln to attract wide, at
tention. It la the Intention of the Seattle
society, which Is one of tho stroiiKest
In the world, to have In the educa
tional httlldliiK of the exposition one
of the finest and largest Ksperanto
exhibits thnt has eer been gathered
together Tho entire list of text-
DON'T FAIL TO VISIT THE
DURING ITS PRESENT ACTIVITY.
Sailinc Feb. 26 by KINAU. Re
turning Saturday, March 2, by same
Fare for round trip $40.
For tickets and information re
garding the trip, apply to
HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST CO.
Cnr. Fort and Merchant Streets.
Real Estate Dep't,
Manoa Valley . . ., $30.00
Beretania Street $40.00
Aloha Lane $18.00
King Street $30.00
Nuuanu Street $50.00
Kinau Street $30.00
Beretania Street $25.00
Thurston Avenue $42.00
Wilder Avenue $40.00
Young Street , $35.00
Matlock Avenue $35.00
McCully Street $15.00
Gulick Avenue $35.00
iWaikiki Beach, for 3 months
per month $75.00
Large residence for 1 or 2
years, per month $100.00
Lunalilo Street $50.00
PrcApect Street $25.00
Near town, property extendine
from Beretania to Kinau Sts. Thtee
cottages, all rented; wjll sell as a
whole or each cottage separately
with suitable lot. Price low; terms
half cash, balance on mortgage at
6 per cent.
Henri Waterhouse Trust Co,. Ltd,,
Oomer Fort an1) Merchant Sts
lMa. sMMtstt IM IMrH btttfflRtMM. ,
Hiiiiiwne) f--nn4, in ItarmtttH.
tfpnwitiHttK all the McyrniMI nr
lira la lfc wwrM, MtmtnwiHUfi talk-
IM. h4mImk mh4 twitlne. lii lmM-1
l. all th him that bate hmi (!
ltrirH nr IraHalate! Into ltoirantti
Will he atniH Mkli Imturea Mill
w Ma Mhon th hfw tWMlo in com-
mHHIrallon, hhI If HraHble there will
he held a Hitllile of t laaaea Weekly In
order that the public iiih be able till,,.,. , Krf(W, lllUl neatleied nboutt
Bl I ..4..I Hint Iv ill.. I. ,1... lul.l .....I l.,..t- . . . . .. '
Hltctiil ami watrh the lalMit inilhnU
til irai'liliiK ltaitraiilii mill KniKi lint
j itll kttfmt with wbltb I lie IniiKlliiKt'
may he linir I.
1 lliemiilii. iKtnrililiK l" Ha follow-
'era. la phiyliiK a Krenter imrt In the,
, world tluili inoal ieoilu lniiinliie. Ill
Kilt iijmi they are already (orrpainiiil
to diplomat), lo the sileiuea. nud lie
101110 geneial. he taught lu Hie
ichool. and lu fuel bu us familiar
to each citizen us the Kngi'sh alpha
Several services In llapurauto have 1
been arranged for at the gient na
tional Christian Kndeiixor Cornell-!
Hon which will gather this coming1
summer at Seattle. A series of coll-
certs Is being ghen In Ksperanto, nt I
Seattle, ut which there is no oilier
tongue heard, from the directions 1
Kltcti by the linheiH to the iatrona as
they enter, till the Vote of thanks
moved to the chairman ut the close
of the evening's entertainment.
We tire not iiwnie that Ksperanto
has taken any hold In Hawaii, hut It
is evident thi'lAn. start must he soon
made If Hawaii Is to keep the paie.
i . 1 1
if it it it it it"i'1t ttHi it it it it it
' PROMOTION THOUGKSS
it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it it
IMItor evening lllllletln: l'iniuo
Hon seems to he, and really Is, thu
wutchwoid for prospcilty, happiness
and social advancement lu these Isl
ands .Nothing Is to he said against,
and iiiik li praise to he given, the Hues
now being followed by Secretary
Wood in nn endeavor to bring the ad
vantages of Hawaii before tho world
with a view to attracting tourists and
permanent settlers to our shores.
In thin communication I am not
going to offer any new promotion
ideas, hut will call attention to onu
circumstance that 1 think Is n small
rlrt In the lute.
While visiting relatives through
the Kastcrn States some four years
i' go I was, us a natural consequence,
bombarded with Inquiries regarding
these islands. .My descilptlon of
tome of our fine buildings, our Mardl
(Jras carnival, which hud tonio oft
Just prior to my departure, our elec
tric light and telephone systems, our
' modern fire-llghtlng machines, and
numerous other modern Institutions
Including our colleges, brought forth
exclamations of surprise. They would
not bolleve-me. They had formed
nplnionsf in nearly every Instance
that Honolulu was a Inrge village of
thatched houses and half-naked sav
ages with a scattering of whites.
They backed up their erroneous Idea.i
by producing pictures und post-cards
of Hawaiian scenes, and after looking
ut them I could hardly blame them for
their fixed Ideas.
Over 7" per cent, of tho post-cards
mailed from these Islands depict nl-
$700 will buy home
in Nuuanu Valley
Easy terms'- ' "
WE BEO TO ANNOUNCE OUR
WILL TAKE PLACE
FEBRUARY 27TII AND 28TH AND
A cordial invitation is extended to
all to attend and see the latest ideas
in fashionable millinery.
Hwfct fcwk4lf rrto K tw hWp'
tthiM(Mt mi( In aw ImHi ilcl
111. rrmrittttK ihw pwl-rimfc Th
, ,r ittilrtt m mmttt W miMim-'
atttrr ami air malhtl I htinilrviU. '
TaiirMa h. rrrri thr MrtiU M-
(if! tn km- all that la i1flftHl lliHC'
I'll Tht-y ilii hot M hy. Imp ihim.
(1l,u are 11 rtirliwli) tu evea a
.,,,,t t llnholiilii
in jim n-e any-.
body hfHlliiit ihiI Howudaya? Do todlilni 11,,, i,ri.,i.i iuv ,.r -n. ,..,., 11 ..
Iw, vim ... um l.nU ilurm.ia uinirlhi.
i, (milr of Mlml MntiilliiK iimiiiiiiI 1111
, llu liilinla? True, we limn the Hot-
,.r r(,Vn, but HihI Ik 11 iiio.li-rn Inall
tutUin of nny rlly.
M1)- ,.t ,,,,1 n,M, biirk-tiiimber
'rceiiea thnt nre never acen. Thla la 11
modern illy with n modern people
I who hne HiiHleiti Plena. I.ct the ml
VerllvliiK of lltiwn'i he model n iilao
Ilonotiilii. I'eli K. DT
The steamer KI111111 arrived thla
morning fiom llllo and Hawaii polls.
:'he brought li.uk her usual luiira
passenger list Admiral I lei' k ley re
ports the Volcano as still active nnd
lorinliig the most magnificent of
sights. He states Hint the tourists
wlio visit the Volcano House leturii
expressing the Idea that the beauty of
the scene far hiirpns.-es all) thing
which they had Imagined.
.Senator A N. Ilayselilen was
niiiong the passengers, coming down
to attend the session of the Legisla
ture. John llliiil, of the Hind plantation
of Koliiila, arrived aicoinpnnteil by
Dr. A. ('. Wall of this city returned
from a short vacation trip to Hawaii.
II. J. Johnston, who lecently pur
chased the lol of land opposite the
police station, relumed from lluwall.
11. P. Il.tldwln ciiinu down for a
short stay lu this city.
Mr. und Mis I,. It. Crook went
among the p.'iKseiigeis 011 hoiuil fiom
WILL MAKE PROTET
TO THE PRESIDENT
Uirrln Andrews, mi attorney of
Shanghai, I'hlmt. 'h'rrlved. on tliu Si
beria Sunday .mil left .yMerday tor
Wushlii'ghiu, vvlieie ho will enter 11 pro
test, against Consular Judge J. 1 WIN
llev. who. he alleges, is discriminating
n gal list American attorneys In thu Or
iental lsirt It Is said that when YVll
lley took iluirga of affairs In the Chi
nese city In found the place overrun
with luvvyers of tho "shyster" clus
and that his recent action was 1111 at
tempt to eliminate all except the com
lutein men from thu bur. Hut two law
yers were able to pass the rlgoious ex
amination which Judge Wlllley held
Andte.ws will protest to I'resldeiit
Hooscvclt 011 the ground that the lest
was too severe. 'S. r Cull, l-'eh. 13
ITALIANS AS FISHERMEN
Mime, Kuiiill, !!. 18. The Jupuiicso
have hud the monopoly of the llshlng
business lu Wnlmcu, but they will have
to divide profit III thu tuture. If .Mr.
Knilu has anything to say about It.
Mr. Kurln hns been engaged In supply
lug Honolulu with fish, hut thought
Walnica a better market, so he started
out to sail to thu latter place from
Honolulu a week ago last Monday In
his eighteen-foot bout. It look him
fiom 5 o'clock .Monday morning tilt '.'
o'clock Thursday morning 10 make his
way as fat ns Nawlllvvlll, Hy the time
he arrived there ho was so thoroughly
tired or having himself only for com
pany, that lie took pussugo oil the .Ml
kulnilu thu rest of the way.
He arrived with his Implements in
good shape finally and now the people
of Wnlmcu will bo uhlu to gut Hull
without having to pay for It with its
weight In gold.
The llarbddos pigs are kept us pet
by many of tho nutlves, who teach
them amusing tricks and permit them
to 1 1111 all over their houses.
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. in. to 8 p. in,, but
IAR0E PARTIES ACCOMMODA
TIONS CAN BE ARRANGED TOR
A IATER HOUR. o
ill! ARRIVES ON
.inn cmmim: Tim
lli.n UUIII MULL 1 1 ITI L.
ST, I'ATMGK'S HAY
The "Keeiileeiith rf Irr-lntnl" will
ntti U- hete, and the hiral tllvlahma
" ine Aiiiieiii tirotr 01 iiimriii!ina 111
..-a... iii.ii 1111' f.niii nir.ii- ii 1111- i"i
.11..... .. 1 1 .., 1 win Ln..- 11 i,n m.
lor liehmd" la now in Ilia hlah III
.1... I.. .,
ine niiiieiia, nun 11 la more 1111111 iiaiiiu
iy tit t 111 k Unit lielaml'a national boll
mi) should he iiiiiimeiiioriited thla yenr
t'omiiilttiea have been hard at work
nil ft progiam mid Jiiouilse 11 lute trial
lo tin iso who ntlt'iid The exenlsiM
thla ear will he held III -t lie spa( loua
mid liandnime hull of .HI. Iitila Col
lege, nnd n small ndmlaalou will bn
lh.lt geil to hcli deltny expelle. All
thu numbers will be of cxt client merit,
mil the iiddifia will be by 11 gentleman
who him Inucled ,ln Ireland mid knows
Its aceuei: nnd people hi flrn hand, An
.March ITili this yenr falls on Suinhiy.
the exenlrea will lal.e jdaie 011 the
ilenlug of the ICt Is. The SI lunula
College bund, under the leildeliihlp of
lliiplher Frauds, will ghea loiueit oil
the cuiiijiiis piece.llng iho exerclre.i.
which will begin piomptty at eight
Irclaud'H lldellly lo thu Ideal of 11a
llonallty bus of late years been gain
ing recognition with giant strides:
01 en President Itooievell has taken
time from Ills multiple duties to pa) a
tribute lo the uuileut learning and 1 h -lllziilhin
of thu Irjsh nice. The twen
tieth (cntury blda fair to tuuik 11 turn
ing point ill the history of 11 people
who have bicii but little iiudelsliMid
When Itiiid.ln wished to select the type
of the Ideal patriot, from the gallery
of the win Ids hemes he chose the
name of Henry tlinltnu, nnd so us
time goes on, the 17th of .March will
ionic lo typify the Ideal of national
saurllUc for honor, ns her sou typlllca
Hie saei Hires that make the patriot
Hawaii will show that on the coming
KcVctitciHilh of .Mai ell the luciiioiy of
Old Ireland. s still kljlt gleell.
)l M II a M t x t K K) .u K
BY PATRIOTIC YOUTH
11 11 11 11 n n 11 X it n n )i u 11
The patilotle celebration of the
Hawaiian Society of Hie Sons 11" tho
American devolution, held on the
nsif-gurdeii of the Young Hotel, at
tracted nil nuilleiice that filled the
live bundled chillis und lined thu
vvulls with us many morn standing,
(inventor Curler presided nnd Intro
duced each speaker nppioprhitcly.
The loof-gardeii was bountifully
decorated with bunting nnd colored
elect! Ic lights. The speaker's stand
was elected at the luakiil end.' Over
the miiiika door the letters S A It
stood out In monster size and bril
The pints given were excellent In
every particular. Tho young wom
en's voices weie not especially adapt
ed for out-of-door speaking, but those
within hearing .dlstuncn enjoyed es
pecially thu putt of Miss Cassldy of
the High School. Hud tho speaking
been competitive It Is certain that
Daniel Nenl, who represented St.
Minis College, would have been a
strong candidate for first place. His
oration was splendidly worded for the
occasion, his delivery easy and enun
ciation very distinct. Ha was heard
In every p.ut of tho garden nud when
hu closed with n cull for tin co cheers
for Wnslilnelfin mid the American nn-
tl,ii tftitl umn frleell wttll n will '
Young Mossinun of tho Itoynl School'
nciultted himself with gte.it credit,
and Kuinehumchn was well represent
ed by James Tuhlii.
The speaking wus InterspcrBcd by
patriotic son 8 in which tho audience
Joined. Tho exercises were very In
teresUuc Jind 11 lilting close of tho
day, 1 Great credit Is duo tho touch
irsnnd'piipilH of tlto schools that took
purl, und thu purpose of tho Society
was well satisfied. Arrangements
wero In tho hands of President Kllln
ger of tho local Society.
The program follows:
Compatriot Tho Hon. (icorge Rob
ert Curler, Presiding.
Music "Star-Spangled llauiiet"
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 expert.
Try our delicious ICE CREAM made of pure Jersey
We Make a Specialty
IN SUPPLYING FAMILIES WITH
Bread, Pies and Cakes, etc.
Try our delicious ICE CREAM made of pure Jersey Cream
ALEXANDER YOUNG CAFE
Sittmrf It ssBsttBBslsssssssKk
Catarrh K, -r V
MflSfy lit w
Lungs wM ' V
MRS. 0I$ PAWJEAU.
Mrs. MuMl'Krlzu:iii,Hlu, Julio do Vvreherrn, I'. (.,CanniU, w riles!
"1 hardly Know bow to thank you for t lieges! rerun has ibiuu me,
'lsuttered live years with palu In tlio.loniuch. About a) car ago ilhccsiu
o bad I could hardly bear It,
"I coughed day and night and grew weaker end weaker. The palm ft
tended through my body and I alto hud difficulty In breathing, whlili made me
cough. , Everyone thought I had consumption.
"My husband heard of I'eruna and bought (lye bottles.
"This treatment virtually cured me and now 1 recommend I'eruna lo n cry
one who Is suffering.
I thank lir. Itartman for this excellent remedy."
MRS. MOIS I'AlttZUAU.
Ni:or,r.OTT.I cold I generally!
JT. thu first caiuo of catarrh
Women uru especially llublo lu cold.
These colds occur moru frequently dur
ing thu wet, sloppy weather of winter
and spring than any other II mo of thu
year, Oflcn they
W0MCN SHOULD I aru not considered
BEWAKC OP I Orion and so are
CATCHING COLD. I allowed to run on,
" or they are treated
In such a way as to only palllato tho
symptoms, while thu void becomes
murudeep-seated and the patient finally
aw. ".kens to thu fact that she hat u Well
Uoveloped caiu of catarrh,
llyrcaion of their delicate structure,
tho lungs uro frequently thu scat of a
cold, especially It therein thu slightest
weakness of tho organs, Tim treatment
of catarrh of the lungs Is also umro dif
ficult and dlfcournglng than catarrh of
any other orgun of thu boily.
Itwould buwlne, therefore, to guard
jalut It by every precaution pojlblo.
special directions everyone ,
should read "The Ills of Life," a copy.
of which surrounds each bottle. Pe
runa Is for tale by the followlnfl drug-1
Hoffman, O.1I111 College
Oi at Ion.. Mr.
. D.111I. Neul. St. I.. College
Oration . . .
Cassldy, Hon, II. School
"lied, White und lllm."
I .....Mr. Jus. Tallin, Kamehaineha
I .....Mr. It. N. Mossmnn Jr., lloyul
Mtisle "National Anthem"
OIRL'S YAWN BREAKS NECK
Denver. Col., IVh. l. it would be
Just us well If tho young womnn who
teeks tho beauty sleep of e.uly morn
,,, , JltttitIoii lo tho way shu
yawns and sti etches. Thu experi
ence of Miss Alys (I. dishing, u pop
ular society gltl, is not calculated to
make tlioso two opciutlniiH the rnge.
Hy yawning und sti etching her arms
one morning lecently Miss Cushliig
broke tier neck.
B""For Rent" ca-u on tali at
the Bulletin office.
J. M. Davis
8EWINQ MACHINE REPAIHER.
1206 FORT ST, near BERETANIA.
Sewing machine for isle.
TEL. MAIN 117.
lVruna has boin found tho moat ro-
liable of all remedies fur coughs, colds
and catarrh, by reason of thu fsut that
It goes nt once lo thu very seal of tint
It searches out every crovlce, every
duct of tliuliudy, Itirulckcns and equal
izes iiiu circula
tion of tho blood,
thus relieving thu
crcUcii a healing
Of Tlir. LUNGS.
and soothing eltect upon Iho mucous
membranes, no matter whether they
aro thu moru exponecl membranes of thu
head and throat, or vvhulhcr they Huu
the remotest cells of the lungs,
A wordtothiiwlso woman In sulllclent.
Take I'eruna at thu llrst appearaucu of
Thole desiring special instructions re
garding thu use of l'erunu, should ud
dress Dr. H. It. Ilurtmnii, President of
Thu Hurtmau Kjulturluiii,('oliiuibus,o,
nUta and will supply the retail trado
In Honolulu,'Haw.ill: Der.ton, Omlth
& Co., Hobron Druu Co., Honolulu,
A Lk P K
We now hive n beautiful stock of
CHINESE JADE JEWELRY, entirely
oriental in workmanship and made of
Pu,re Gold 24-kt. fine.
I "C invite your inspection 01 our
LarBe Stck of
RINGS, PINS. BROOCHES,
The Wotkmanship Will Bear the
FORT STREET. ,
The First of tre Year
merchants and all others will want
DLANK BOOKS, CALENDAR PAD8,
INK8TAN08, PEN8, PENCIL8, to fit
up your office. We have Just receive!
a large shipment of OFFICE SUP
PLIES, As we are closing out our STOCK
CABINETS same will be sold at cost
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd
G Cottages and Leasehold Interest at
Cuuha's Lane. These houses arc con
nected with sewer and brink' a month
ly rental of $78.50. 'j
C. F. GUIUand,
923 FORT STREET.