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lowing la u true uiiil correct state
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Saturday, Feb. 10 2023
Monday, Feb. IS press break 2183
Tuesday, Feb. 19 " 22G8
Wednesday Feb. 20 ' 2000
Thursday, Feb. 21 2357
Friday. Feb. 22 2374
Average daily circulation 2301
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin
Thursday. Feb. 21, 1007 2363
Number of weeklies deliveied on
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Subscribed im1 sworn to be
fori' mi' tills 2nd day ot
ISKAI. februsry. Anno Domini,
i' ii iii'uni:tti:,
N'otarr Public, 1'Irst Judicial Circuit.
1'BII. SC, I!i07
That $l.",0ou is now waiting for
tlit- Congressmen to nrrcpt llnwall'u
The Tinttoin of thn 1-nnnl ileal
should not Ii.' far to seek. It Iswill
"Join on the 7th," snya tlio ". M.
l A. "Sixty ilays or bunt" la this
I'nusportH inmicil to aliens apply to
rortUKUi'xe nnil Kpanish Iniiiilcr.inlx
nil well as Japanese. Ho t lie now lm
mlciatlou law pl.iyH no fiuorlli-.i aa
lor iih Hawaii in lonrtrneil.
, Honolulu lllpli School Aliimnl As
MHiatlnu need not look far for t.omo
thtiiR to do white tlio proposal to
Imllil a iiiiii'li-neciled IIIkIi Si'hool
lmlldlng is under loimlderatlon.
Senator Ualley linn hail a iiiili;
rlcntly nariou escape to coiivlnee
him that In the future ho must ollli
ir ho M-ry rooiI or m cireful that nil
tuicKti will hn Kuccuwifiilly covcied.
I I ! I .
Ilouiiueta thiown at JudRi' Wllllev
hy the nowspapurn of Manila ludluito
that the former Attorney Cjeneral ot
the i'htllpplnca Iuim not mailo n prac
tise ot BluliiK,frU'udii wherever he
A Wnlluku man K.i)o Maul loads
are a friKht. A Lahaltm siiati ta)s
Maui run da are all right. How often
are we reminded that a nun's opin
ion of tho wholo Is rulod by his lm
One week remains for CoiiKiess to
finish up its huBiness and decide
hiihiiik other things whether tho
countryla to mnko lltelf supremo In
tho maritime affairs of thu iMclllc by
passing the ship subsidy law.
According to all accounts, Solo
mon In all his glory louhl not sum
mon such an nrray of wisdom as Dam
i'attcrson will Hash on tho holo and
core wall In Niiuanu valley that has
consumed so much of tho taxp.iyois'
The horror with which ensue pco
phi rontompl.itu good clear Hpilng-
wutnr for city servlto is equalled
c nl) hy thn enthusiasm with which
thousands ot dollars uro wastnfully
expended starting out to Impound
surfJio waters -and then hpglsiulug
After hoping and praying for
j ears for nn Immlgsation legislation
such as has been passed hy Cnngtejs,
Hawaii Is now worrying Its soul over
whether thu thing is loo good to be
true, There Is sin better tlmo than
thn present for Hawaii to foiget Its
worses usid go ahead.
A recent Issue of tho New Yoik
Yorld publishes under flaming flsst
page headlines tho array of fakes
concerning the capture of Hawaii by
Japan eighteen months hence.
Among other things framed yith a
vlow do establish fear In tho heists
of tho ouslnrneiH was tho statement
that managers of (Mini's Bug.ir plats-
idiin MseNwitMl 11 Ihrlr Uawaira In
! h lllr latwitm- ltH frH
i All I hie ttiiR na hmi frwm Ho
nolulu, whor nil fciurw totier.
tt hut f"Mr rflttti t nay In hta im--'iiRt,
VmwiM ail a iMmk What lie illit
ny l rnmwh in i.ti the l-ojuMHluro
litw) hhiI the adoption of hi iifom
nifiiii.iion mi InmHarsthm HMmAHrm
lil result in smiielhliiR pmeilctil for
tin Vi'ii-rb'RR nplitilMlilg ot lliiwnll,
unil I hi' development of Independent
'I lie I'lilted States emigre has
iiiww1 Ita RcmAdeiue In (,ho work
I in tli I'ViIornl AHflculltliHl Hxpcrl-
ni Hlutlon by rafetiig tho appro-
jlirlHllon rrtini 110,000. to $21,1100.
Thn Territory or Hawaii is entirely
jwife In following thn lend of Con
'press despite the (!oiruor'H Iiletit
I Intention or heaving n brick nl tlio
jsp.lnl Agent in charge of tliu hIii
Hun PUBLIC SCHOOL TUITION.
In view "f the Introduction of n
resolution provldlns for a tuition
rhnri;e to ho made anilnst alien villi
drcn who wish to attend xchool nfler
reaching the lfi-year rk IltiiU.
prtitent tlio following itlnpatcli for
the earnest IhoiiRht of oiti leKUIa
torn ami eltlzen. The dlcpateh Ik
from tlie rnpltnl eity of the State of
YVnnhliiKton. ami tells what the I.eK
iilature of that State did to 11 propo
sition plnnncil to make dllllettlt the
way ofun chllil or youth reeklnt;
filurntlon. Head it, leKllatorH:
OImpla. Wash., IVIi. 8.
"This is Mined nt the Japs."
h.-ild HepreKi'iitiithe IliitPhliixou,
of .Spokane, in the House, thin
mornltiK. referrlut; to lild hill
'euulrlUK rorelKU-lioru children
to pay tuition If alteiidlui; Pith
lie M-hoolB "I mu foi Amerlea
for Ainei Irani!, and w.mt Unite
in favor of tlio Jiipn to-nn on
sword," he added.
It.imscy of KIiikk mild he
ihoiiRiit it unwise to iuvh any
Much hill nt this llinu, ":ih ll
niU'lit eiuli.irnina the Ooveru
tnent." mid uwd that the ip
port of the Committee of lMu
ration he adopted, ludefltiltel)
postponlnt; the hill.
The motion curried mid the'
hill uus ilefeatetl on a viva Mien
TU11 resolution prer,pnted to the
Uiiv.-all.iu LpRlhtnture U not aimed
at the "Japs" It makes the misfor
tune of heltiK horn of parents not
ellRlhle lo American citizenship cnuxe
for clunrjlnc a tuition.
The IcKlnlators ran better afford
10 Rive their rerlous thoilKht to
mejii.ui-cH aimed to promote the IiIkIi-
1 1 Htandar'ls of civilization.
m ,.,! ,.,... 1 !. &mWa
DON'T FAIL TO VISIT THE
DUltINQ ITS PBESF.1IT ACTIVITY.
Xeavinj; Honolulu Friday, Mch. 1,
ner S. S. "CLAUDINE," letuniing by
S. S, "KINAU," Saturday, Mch. 9.
The round trip costs only 02.00.
For tickets and information re
garding the trip, apply to
HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST CO.
Cor, Foit and Merchant Streets.
Real Estate Dep't,
Manoa Valley $30.00
Beretanla Street $40.00
Aloha Lane $18.00
Kin Street S30.00
Nuunnu Street ,....$50.00
Kinau, Street .... $30,00
Beretania Street . $25.00
Thurston Avenue $42.00
Wilder Avenue $40.00
Younr; Street $35,00
Matlock Avenue $35.00
McCully Street $15,00
uuiick Avenue $35,00
Waikiki Beach, for 3 months
per month $75.00
Large residence for 1 or 2
years, per month $100,00
Lunalilo Street $50,00
Prospect Street $25,00
Near town, property extendinp
fiom Beretania to Kinau Sts. Three
cottages, all rented; will sell as a
whole or each cottage separately
with suitable lot. Price low; terms
half cash, balance on moitgage at
C per cent.
Henrf Watotao Trust Co., Ltd,
Corner Fort an1 Merchant Sts
In his lileiiiilsl irpoit In the (to
cnior. HuiHTlnleiiilent of Itduinlloii
Muhlilll iicoHitneli.U the i-xlalillsli
tellt Of h synteiu of ii'lllriillliitlou for
fImmiIh In I'rtnln dlslrlils of Hie
Tirllor III Idea Is that heller ml
VHIItMHe could ho nlilsllied for liolll
(lllills Hlid UpH)ers In dm tnnru
imrwly sell led dlstrlilN hy ninililu
ItiK n nunihcr of schisils llilo one
iciiIihI uniiled Institution.
' This, of I'OUSPfj, Would sieressllnle
some of the pupils IiihIiik lo triiVe!
(oiisldesahly furlher to siImhiI than
if ituli.tllidrlrl ur loenllty Inn) lis
own Indltidmil vehool. In wuue In
utli 111 es the illslnnte would he ro
Krenl thai rpeclnl means of coin cy
anic would he ueiessary for the pit
This illlllcully Superlntendeiit
ilabhltt propose lo ohvlnte hy pro-!
ttlliiK fur free tiniiHportatlon. He
would JiMe xehlrles ko iihoot thn
district ami plrk up the children,
take them to school in the morsilus;,
uiid call for them In the afternoon
when school uiih out, dlstrlhiitiliK
them 11 (Ml 11 to their seornl houies.
The idea is not 11 new one. It Is
In operation In sumo parts ot the
mainland, where It works out very
suicpHsfull). ItM inlwiutiiKcs are oh
lous. Tower teachers would he re
quired, for In many Instances 11
teacher could take care of moin pu
pils than she now has, Better Jnilld
ln;s until! he erected, and nl less ex
pense. The work of supervision
would he less onerous nnd probably
This Idea Is carried out prnctlnt -
ly. more especially iih recants IiIkIi
behiHils, In seeral of the am Icultur-
ul Slates. In instmuus where it
would he Imposslhte for small towns
or country dlstslcts to haw high
tchiKils, they combine to lime one
County Hlhil School, where the pu
pils inn have practically nil the nil
MintitKcs of n city high school.
Tills (ommunity plan has secent
1) been pioposeil for Cecil County,
Maryland, where it Is Intended to es
tablish an iiKileulturiil high school.
The Idea Is to he carried further,
howevei. In that County. It Is pro
poi.ed lo ciealo ( entr.il puhllc
chisjls, hy lonyolldatlhK suxerul dls
trlels. for the purpose ot leaclnni;
aKiietilture. A route of oinuihiiBs;s
Is lo he oiierated, nnd the pupils tak
en to mid from school otery day. it
Is believed that better reuults In tho
way of education cnn be obtained,
nnil at 11 less tost, hy leulrallzliiK the
Fice transportation of pupils to
and fiom school Is In act he opera
tion In a number of Slates In the
West, and It has been found to work
out satisfactorily. Theso seems no
Kood reason why onunlly good in
sults should not he obtained In this
A' it it it it -Y- it it it it it
it it it it it it it ii it it ii
Tho long j ears of hervlce which
the l;ttu Henry Dickenson, principal
of l-nhnln.i School, gnvo to the peo
ple of tlio Territory was lecngnlzed
at the meeting of the Hoard of Pub
lic Instruction held eslenluy after
noon. On motion of Commissioner
I hitch Ins it was voted that tho Su
perintendent comcy tho sympathy of
thn Hoard to his family and an ex
pression of thn hlgl) respect In whirls
$700 will buy home
in Nuuanu Valley
WE BEG TO ANNOUNCE OUR
WILL TAKE PLACE
FEBRUARY 26TH, 27TH and 28TH.
A cordial invitation is extended to
all to attend and see the latest ideas
in fashionable millinery.
Keep a bottle of (ho Hitters
handy If you would sate a lot
of sufferlnc. When the Utonv
aih, l.lver or Kidneys are un
able to perform their work a
few doses will help wonderfully.
It never falls In casts of Dys
pepsia, Indigestion, Costlvenss,
Sour Stomach, Poor Appetite,
Liver or Kidney Ills 01 Malaria.
Mr Dickenson was held hy the de
pmlmcnt. Superintendent ll.ibbltt. In oritur
to keep the Comtulssloueis In tourll
with the InspectoiH, read the latest
reports of Inspectors King and D.i
tls, who ii(e out 11111011K the M'hools.
Their nets were relewei and con
Urmed The transfer of .Mrs Abbey to Aln
kawell nnd MIrs Aea lo Waltneu was
-MlttH ririiiii.1 niifnav'ii ,i,hiiit,...ti,,ii
or 11 High School diploma was
unanimously gianted. Miss Gursmy
yns In the High School when the
routsc was cliiinged fiom lilreo to
four )ears. She was ready to lake
the additional )ear hut the school
authorities thought It Impractical to
grndmito one student. There wus no
doubt of her qunllllcntlou.
The npplliutiou of Miss Dunn of
Kolo.s for a leave of absent e In order
that she might lake advantage of an
opportunity to visit the mainland,
where she had never been, was con
sidered. The Superintendent passed
it up to the CommlssloneiH and they
dectiled;:! to 2, in Miss Dunn's favor,
while verbally recurdlug their opin
ion that It should not be accepted as
Thn tempo'ary appointment of
Miss Sophia sWensou :il Motlllli and
Miss Josephine Wultz nt Wnlklkl
wan cornls incd.
On the appeal of Mrs. I'onscca mil
thn recommendation of Judge Whit
ney, 11 ouisg Fonsecu boy was re
lented from the Reform School,
where he was sent because he had
no home, In order that ho might go
to his snothrr-ln San Finnclsco.
School Agent I' C. K.iton reported
Slip uerlmin tllm.nu (if XTp W'llcit,
teacher at Hllea, and the appearance
of measles nt another school.
Schools had to ho -closed temporarily
The agent's action was confirmed, f,
Miss (llbton has resigned ns assist'
nut at the Oris' Industrial School
Her ot.'ice will ho fllleil bv Mrs. Ilex-
ter's appointee. V
Commlsslonei'S present at the' snent
lug weie Mrs, Dowsctt, Messrs. A,
lliitchlus, Dodgo nnd Farrlnglou.
V X r V V X W V 3r U X X X K K X V
C DAND CONCERT
The Hnv.ill.iu Hand- will glo n
iiiiMinllght (onceil nt Thomas Squaie
tonight coinuieni'lng ut 7:3(1 o'llock.
I'oIIohIiii; Is the program:
AInrcli "Ilejohd the .Hookies".. Taylor
Overture "i'oet und l'ea8usit"..Siippi'
Intel yiezto "(leosgla .Sunset".. Ill own
Selection "fiuvernor'n Son" ...Cohan
Vocal Hawaiian Songs.. ar. hy Ilergir
Selection "Crackerjack" Mnckie
Intermczro "Winonu" ...lleldenresch
Plnale "Moloknsnu" Uerger
"The Star Spnsssled llnnner."
T!:8 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
LAROE PARTIES ACCOMMODA
TIONS CAN BE ARRANGED FOR
A LATER HOUR. o
Ill LAND FACTS
MUST (01 TO TOP
Will Give No
I Hepresi'iitnllve Itnwllns of the
I House Committee 'on Public. Lands
I ploposes to gel to Iho buttons of the
l.minl embange ufTnlr If It takes all
summer, so he says, mid his determi
nation seems lo he Indorsed lit eery
other member of the Committee If
the manner In which they went nl
the woik (ountu fur nnthlng.
In nunrdiiiuo with a resolution
passed hy tho House last Thursday
morning, the House committee met
lust slight nt o'clock for thu ex
piess purpose or starting Its Investi
gation Into the Uuial deal.
Tho sueellng was called to order
by Chairman Kalelupu In thu throne
luoiss. The Chair stated thn purpose
of the proposed investigation and re
quested thai nil political differences
he laid uslde for the time being nnd
ti steady pull made In one direction
as n result for (ho best advantages
lo tho people of tho Territory.
Mr MiCmidtcss took tho witness
(hair and testified to all his doing'
In (ounce tlou with the Lannl den!.
Itepresenlutlvn Itnwllns (uestloned
McCandless nulto minutely regard
ing his relation with the nlTiilr.
Among ninny hoi semnrks made
by McCauilless was the following:
"What If n man Ilka Itoel.cfeller
should take a notion to buy Oahu
anu tell us to get on thn beach J
Wouldn't that ho nice? It Is the
snsne'lhlng to those people on I.nnnl.
Hut I don't blame (lay for wanting
thn land. Ho is a rich man and like
the otheis wants ccrythlng ll
McCandless testified that ho was
as strong ns ever in his determina
tion to curry the case to the highest
court In the laud.
Commissioner l'intt, with siianv
snaps and papers, gave testimony ie
The (ommltteo adjourned at !:r0
o'clock to meet again this evening nt
II Is the Intention of the Investi
gating committee to visit Lunal
for thn purpose of examining tho soil
and other characteristics. They will
also look over tho lands which have
I ceu taken its exchunge for Lanul
C. W. dpItK, a resident of NawllI-will,-
assisted the 'committee with
many timely suggestions nnd expla
nations regarding the points in ques
tion on the maps exhibited.
TnVhlg freighter Algoa, of
Paclflc'lfuM Steamship Co. will have
to, i:-, laid up for rcpulis. She was
damaged liy liaitl weather
'she went thsough on her hut
rom the Orient.
brimminp over with the bet
been on earth. Imported
PILSNER and WUHZ
BEROER are filled and
emptied every min
ute at the 1 CRI
and Bthel '
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 dciicions ICE CKEAM made of pure Jersey Cream
ALEXANDER YOUNG CAFE
GREAM PURE RYE
AMERICA'S FINEST PRODUCTION
Rich unci Mellcfw
02-M TdUANU tTREET. PHONE MAIN 30S.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN FINE WINES &. UIQU0H8.
I I I I L I
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
Bishop Trust Company, Ltd.
At thu regular annual meeting ot
the stockholders of Hie lllsliop Trust
Co., Ltd., held nt the olllce or tho
Company, HIM lletbel Street, on tho
2r.th day of I'ehniniy, 1007, thn fol
lowing ollliers weiu elected to scru
lor the ensuing year, namely:
S. M. Damon President
Henry Holmes... Vice President
Allen W. T. Bottomley
....Secretary and Treasurer
R. R. Reidford Manager
M. M. Graham Auditor
. .Alex. Garvic Director
The ubove officers, with the ex
ception of thu Auditor, for.sn the
Hoard of Directors.
Al.t.KN W. T. HOTTO.MI,i:V,
Secretary, lllsliop Tiusl Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, I'eb, :r, rju". .ir.ic-it
Monday Evening, March i,
"AT 8:30 O'CLOCK.
MARY ADELE CASE
MRS. C. B. COOPER, Violinist,
MRS. L. TENNEY PECK, Pianist.
Seats on sale at Bergstrom Music
Co. and Wall, Nichols Co.
Recital under the direction of W.
Wah Ying ChongCo.
KINO ST., EWA 8IDE MARKET.
t.xl , . g?
Blank books ot nil sort, ladieri,
etc., manufacture! by the MulUUa ru
ill . II
x-1- . -M m
S Ik i 1
Wc now have a beautiful stock of
CHINE8E JADE JEWELRY, entirely
oriental in workmanship and made of
Pure Gold 24-kt. fin?.
We invite your inspection of our
Large Stock of
RINGS, PINS, BROOCHES,
The Workmanship Will Bear the
The First of the Year
merchants ind all othara will want
BLANK BOOKS, CALENDAR PADS,
INKSTANDS, PENS, PENCILS, to fit
up your offics. Wo hr.vs Juit receive j .
a larg9 shipment of. OFFICE SUP
As we are doting put our STOCK
CABINETS same wlll'tie aold at cott,
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd
To Halelwa during the
cssilon of the Legislature
and get a, day free from
trouble over bills and ap
propriations. St. Clair Bidgood,
Id wis THOUSANDS
life would be and is dull with
out a piano. In the famous
FISCHER nearly everyone is
able to have the supreme en
joyment of musio -in their
own homes. Sold on .easy
A large stock of .the An
gelus Piano Player also, is
kept by us to meet the ever
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
Good workmanship guaranteed or
money refunded. Felt, stiaw end
Panama hats cleaned satisfactorily.
Hats called for and delivered. 1154
Fort St. opp. Convent. Phone Main
493. Fchx Tun o, prop.; Alf.Gumbs,
J. M. Davis
8EWINO MACHINE REPAlREN.
1266 FORT 8T. naar BERETANIA.
Sewing machines for salt,
TEL. MAIN 117,
COAT AND PANT8
CLEANED AND PRESSED FOR
PHONE MAIN 457.
Sun Risa. Dyeing House