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BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTI,
WALLACB H. FARRimsTON.. Editor
Watered at the Pmtuffice at Mono
tttlHlu a second ri matter.
Pibl in Advant.
Iertttnih. ii.ywuere ip U. 8..1 .75
I'er quarter, aupifaore in U. H.. 2.00
L'aryear. any where U. S 8.00
I'eryear, iMjutpaid. forelun 11.00
Hz mouths .....I
rer yar. anywhere l.i U. 8
1'ct yiar, postpaid, foreign
Territory of Hawaii,
Honolulu, )ss: '
First Judicial Circuit.)
O. (I noCKIJH. lluilncM Manager
of the llulletln 1'ublitl.lt.g Company.
Umttcd. being llrst du!y aworn. on
oath deiKiiie and Cain: That the fol
lowing I u truo and correct stale
ment of the clri'.itiitiun for the wok
ending K. ld.. Mimll S. 100". of
the Dalli mid UVekl) Kdllloua of the
Circulation of Evening Bulletin
Average daily circulation 2383
Circulation of weekly bulletin .
Tuesday. Mar. 5, 1007 2500,
Number of weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hawaii alone . . liOO
Combined guaranteed avernge
iiuuuuio n I'l.iniu.Mj uu, .aupno u.sease inni sicns worse inan . jerf remedy "of which there aio
by C. O llOCKUS. ilcalh for Its victims, nnd we liavoi,,,,,,. ftv mCR )eft nMch wl)1 ))B
Uuslness Manager. . light In our midst a man who. with- Klven av,.liy nftor lll(, r,.rfrIimm.e fl)r
mibscrlbed and svorn to be-l-.iit any medical training whatever, die paltry sum of one dollar per hot"
f...e me this nth da of i claim to have Milled the jiinblcin -would cine anything from warts to
ISnAI.l Ma.ch. Anno Domini, Ana he didn't even haiu to use Bn,nB c.nsclcnef. lie might tn
l 18"7- linlcioscpe ITobablv he wouldn't ,H ahW u, ay ,, I1UU. .onifortable
P. II. Ilt'IlNCTTB. LecoguUe the germ nf the disease II UttIe ,,, f()r rnl1J. ,ay piovlded
Kotary Public, Klrst Judicial Circuit. I he were Inlroilm ed to It. Ho doesn't 1() rou, ,llt tl(1 lio rt IT to the coun-
limtin.r with Mich negligible qum.ti- ,,. n,e
TfKSPAY MAItril 111. mo: I ties as bacilli. The chances arc that , ,;.. . ,llir,, , ,,, ,iBi
HAWAII AND THE NAVY.
Hawaii of all iiortions of the globo
undo, the American llag un.Iorstun.l
the value to this country of u "first'
class Nnvj Having no roto In Con
gress our people feel that whllo they
appreciate National ncccselliau .tliey
ate is.werless to render aid.
Cltlieiis of this Territory can, If
the) will, help In the promotion work
whirl, rar-kuvlng and broad minded
nun or the mainland huvo to curry 0.1
Incessantly In order to keep the nuvnl
equipment up to the standard. Clr
cumstntices must determine where
Hawaii's voice may be raised to the,
best offect. Certainly If our people
aro constant!) on wntclt for the opim
tu.ilt). It should bo pusslblo to put tnl
o favorable word here and a tliuejv
urgent tiuMuiige ihe.e while t'onness
Is In session, and the Nnv) Is under
Provident HoiHftVcIt, alwavs .... .11
dunt believer in nn elllclenl Nav him
given a few good hints on how the
people mil) aid. Ills remarks we.e
ad.liossod to number of tlm Nav)
League meeting in Washington. Ills
H'litiluouts should appeal to every
American citizen. The President
"I take grout pleasure In
greeting you here, bocjiufo it is
eminently true In a democracy
that what I everyone's business
is apt to ho no one's business,
ami you tiro here on everybody's
"Thero Is plent) of pressure of
local Inteiest for public build
ings, plenty of prcusuru for local
Improvements In the river nnd
harbor bill, but (here Is no spe
cial lute. est that Is seeking to
bring prchsuro to bear as it ought
to be ti. ought to he...' for mat
ters of great national concern,
pro-cmliicull), tho Navy.
"I urn happ) to say that
whereas last jear wo failed to
gel u battlv-shtp, this year we
huvo two. Wo have iiiutln good
the loss wo met last jeiir.
"Now I want all of you In
your tuspecttve homes, through
the organs of public opinion, by
your Inllueuco upon your lep.e
MtiitatlvcH In Washington, lo
sou that th ti needs of tho Navy
aro not fotgotteu In the future,
"The Nnvy has no 0110 to
speuk for It savo those who
speak for It because of their de
votion to the honor und the In
teiest of tho rnltod Stales; und
I ask that you and thoM.i like
y'you make your voice heard for
tlie gdi.eiul welfare amid the .llu
.of vol. oh that speak only for
special Interests." I
Tills Territory has good friends in
Congress Why not make the Navv
our special Interest, mid whon naval
appropriations are under disru.slnu,
(xerclsn Hawaii's pull for tho Nav"
lly getting Into practise, it may be
possible for Hawaii to also be 10
minded nf the existence of n Navv
through the appearance of our ships
at this port once In a while. j
AN IKRffiV OiWIM HtJMIIUG.
J tr Waltarh. bnvtfttt rwet.Ur
imctgH from Intl. Hi " Itwrr
'MrtllHg IMIM M I tlWtVlHg
IWI M RHtrh HtlPHthlH M V) llltl
mm tin .Bo h-n th Cmtt tmni
him BMlHv f vfeilNtlon ef lh law f
.he Twritor, nd mi him to the
minimm. u nwlltai cm tin- illtm-
t, . hrtl ,H, l.w ...I filing
Wnllnrli evidently think Hint the
.i.e.,n. I. iho MrdioioRlMl moment
fur htm and be ha Brapel the up
ikiii unity and la hanging on tightly
He ha wt hi legislative filcnd to
H . I. Ih tl l linlln If nllil li at linllu .
.he lawmaker, iWoun.1 with clo-
......nt iu r..r a nemciii.ii vieiini
.t i,iii ...i.,.n ti.. ....
. oDKiittited hliiifeif the rlinmnlon of'Ufe Insurance Co. of New York Is-
thU man who elnliua t.i he nlile t.i ilo.tues protection policies to avert just
tviiHi BflfJUU IIHB lip IU IIH' MINIMI I
ruro n dlsento
' JSll'a" Zve'ten InttodiuedH aRet'' nd wi" bc Plc"d f" '"' '-" ho Wn who
it. both IIousch ..r the l.oRlHiaturo'any Ume to discuss the subject con.l,1,v" Kh,c" mu" i'''k''' "' "'"
.ravine tl.:.t "IWtnr" Wnllnel. tin ! flj....,.,. . , ,, litnlltT (if ll aclccllnn i.f a allo.-lill.l
,..,,! t t . n,n tti.,,....i ., ,
Uooka, , )rni.tCP Qlll dcmoniitrate
the elflcaey of his wonderful cine,
lust how eager Witllnch would he to
hviiII hlmseir or the opportunity It it
were nrforded him may bo u iiics
llon. Hut his ndherents In the Leg
islature urge thevo resolulloiiH with
lier eloqiieuee nnd blind faith
II IS to llO reared tll.lt Wullncll H,,, l,.rhnlm lm lumn't HiMiietil ,if It
not appreciated ..I his proper value
llu Is an
ellterprlslng young in.lll. I
who l.ns shown niueli energy In lila
tiustiioui mid has met will
.2321'nble success In extracting from
trousers pockets the ejusle dollar of
Moreover, he must lie
a lliail Ol
wonde. fill attainments. Here we;ulK n, ,am.0 ,,, an, B,t t
have for years hud half tho eminent , ,., i,,,.,,, ...m. ri.i i,,.,,...,. wii,
I bacteriologists and physicians of the
world Becking In vain for a cure for I
he wouldn't know a mlcrosiople slide;
rrm" " l"'nIl,", " ,1"e,," l wv'1 t(''"'i"'"'"' " "' uat, or some-
ifor he doesn't uso them Iu his liusl- ...i.,..., ,.i .1...1 ,. ..i.i ,. 1 1
or he doesn't uso them Iu his busl-
",1- A" " ncc,IB ,H " low B,"""p
thing llKt" mo fr"m ""- female
roch 01 me i.eep sea. ino roois 01 1
.leers' horns, and live worms from a.,oniB tronger. Some time ago ho
few localities on the earth that he
couldn't find on the map If he had lo
It Is dimetilt to understand why I
Wallach hasn't proletted his disc ov-!
cry by patent Somebody else as en
'crprlKlng as himself Is liable lo steal
'. and .cap til' benellt and the dol
lar" lie re. I might jn Justice to
DON'T FAIL TO VISIT THE
DURING ITS PRESENT ACTIVITY.
Sailing per S. S. KINAU, Tuesday,
Returning by same vessel, Mch.
The Round Trip costs only $40.00.
For tickets and information re
garding the trip, apply to
HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST CO.
Cor. Fort and Merchant Streets.
M Estate Dep't,
Thurston Avenue 1(140.00 1
Wilder Avenue $40.00
Matlock Avenue $35.00
Gulick Avenue $35.00 j
Nuuanu venue $50.00 1
Lunalilo Street $30.00
Ktnau Street $30.00
lleretnnia Street $40.00
College Hills $30.00
Punchbowl Street $30.00
Lunalilo Street $35.00
illoha Lane $18.00 ;
Swctania Street $10.00 '
School Street $15.00
Bargain it Kaiimiki, One acre of
ground fenced and grassed with six
100m house and stable. Good loca
tion. Fine view. $2100,00.
Hani) Watorhuiise Trust Co.. Lt.1,
Corner Fort airl Merchant Sis
Tlie Family income
flen ltop, ,lorl otf wm:n ,IC tread.
'" '- And unless thcie It a
little life insurance to fall back on,
MmfA wfc ,
become the poor widow and the help
lc orphans, The husband who faili
to insure hit life when lie is strong
nd well, commits an net of ncgll
Ccnce from ,1,c " of whIc1' l0,e
he loves best in the world have to
I. I 11,1 n.1 !., .
""" "".i-j ""'"'i '"-J ;
"uc"n"J " wo may icei
lil?c PtovidillR for the future of their
hliilHelf, to Keud n Ki.t..ile of his lel.t-
led) to the Patent Olll re nt Washlng-
In fact. It docs seem that the "Doc-
ir" l mil nnihrnelnir nil Hie iniinr.
,,..,..., ,mt .. ....f,,,., .,1m. lie Is
piiiif.til.ic l.l...i.i.ir In ton nnrrow a
Held. He should let his l.nlr grow J
,B, ,,ut ,, wlde-lninimed soiii-l
i brcio and go to the States, llu could
., ., nloLer with :i liimlti null tin II
i,ri.Bh()t m attract qultn a crowd,
Ti,n i,v ,,,..r..iv rImiIml ti,.,i du ,,.
lo willing to furnish Wallach with j
where else, piovlded ho would go !
there and never conio hack.
However, the "Doctor's" crasn on
hg ollIK)rtunltlc appears to bo be.
iffcrcd to go to the Settlement und
treat the Inmate free of charge.
slll(.e lc iRiginturr. convened his
,,,.II9 KCPIn ,0 mw oinloiieil. and
now ho wants moiie) appropriated to
li.tlld him a hospitnl und n 1 oxide.
It Is evident that theio are a number I
of members or the Lcclslaturo who
would bo willing to glvo him theso !
Don't wait too long
to order your Easter
Bonnet, for the
more time you give us,
the better lcsults
Tii8 Meal Department
OPENS AT fl:30 a. m.
CLOSES AT 8 n. in.
Accommodations for large parties
at n later hour may be arranged,
' S& Jf
Hil hii) ntliur IIUli1 thing lir might
ll VMMlIlt nt llll Pftt b" IlllflMtlll
hale Walls, h wild In' fin ! tli'
iHim lit cihIhIii till "reineilv ' llr
flul Kn.tll.o ought In Iimvi- u nice, eti-
lojnl.le Him' of (.
VOICE YOUK CHOICE.
Mr Taylor, with whom practically
lit- Iho tlitlro nf n mIi' for llotiolti-
'"" "T p,,,', l""l'll"K' lm" T'"'
nlzcd the right nf t tin (Militlc to have
their say In the matter Whnt Is
wimp, he docs not look for suggos-
l,on '" "" IMrllrlilnr body of men
I"" 'r'"l""'". I'J '"! '"" '", "
Inlloii In eeiy v lllrvn. itukliiB each
Inlr rluuiro with tilts felhiw-eltlren
In the matter.
It la evident Hint Mr. Taylor la not
- r..... ...I... -..!..! ..-, u I....
u H ulldouhtedly an Impoitnnt one.
wliloli will pl.ty a Rteal pari In the
rity'H rou.merelal life mid Its dctel
opn.enl, should lm present at the
meeting ton.onow, to iixnil tl.elu
PflfH of the privilege extended to
them. And the one who upntl.elUnl
ly stiin.ls haek nnd negligently lets
the opportunity slip by, will, after
this, have no gtouiids for a Melt, no
matter where the now building bo lo
cated. THE SOCIAL EVIL AGAIN.
There Is u section In I'lvsMent
''"M"'""'" 'eccnt .rep. it that may
ciiiKo some alleged moralists to peek
thioiigh their lingers while they lead
It nnd then run and hide, or cry (I'll
against a discussion of the Social
ICvll on con. moil b'ciiso grounds. Tho
Mibjett dealt with Is nevertheless one
that, like the luook, goes on forever
and nil tho purlsto and fools In Chris
tendom can't stop It
At the risk of shocking the moral
degetierntes mid for the purpose, of
I. ringing farts to the attention of the
healthy-minded, wc give nit extract
from the Plnkham report which rep
resents common sense reasoning
though there may be difference of
opinion on the, details of t.olutlo.1
"ll Is tinfortuiilite," writes Mr.
I'lnkhani, "that -the physical effects
" ule B"c"" ov" ""ul "c ""-''
uii ij.i niiiciij nLieiiiiiic iiicuicai linen
and measures taken to protect socle-
,y ,,m' posterity tfiim physical degen
eration without those, who esteem
themselves moral lenders, denying
tho experience or tho world for all
recorded time, den) lug the facts as
to tho Impulses nature has so far In
delibly planted for the perpetuation
"r mankind, making no allowance for
"1,n w'mm fortune and clrcuni-
"ancos have denied home and mar
riage, expecting 110m iiicm an ascet
icism low or these leaders themselves
practice, and a purity that does not
always exist though tho law made
by man 1110 ion. piled with.
"No woll-bali. mod mind rail to
deeply regret organized society l.ns
mil and will not so distribute her fa
vors thai Ideal social and moral ton
illtliiim (ottld not full to oxlst.
"Tho subject of venereal diseases
ami theji disastrous progress lias
been Htiikl.igly brought to my atten
tion by medical piactltloner nnd oth
er Informed pcibous. Tho authority
of the Hoard or Health over In fee-
tlnus mid ioiiti.glo.iR diseases h.i 1
Leon sought by ami exercised at the
cii.osi o. pro..i.e..i p..)D,,m..n ,
Instance where an alarming spread
of veiieical disease couid not be otl.
"Thoso who bellcvo moral or relig
ious persuasion or legal restraint will
tettlo this never settled problem may
be assured that every prostitute not
Iu Jail or under restraint 1 pursuing
her avocation nnd. If diseased, Is
tp.oadli.g contamination in an ever
"Were the proper Influences used I
believe most oftheso public women
would each select a competent physi
cian nnd placing hctsclf under hli
charge direct jilm to Mo (nt tho of
lioo of the Hoard of Health) as often!
us might he suggested a ccrtllloate nf
her physical lon.lltlon. Such cc.tlll
intes should ho duly recorded, filed,
and watched and tho Information I
held Inviolate and used Miloly for the '
preservation of public health.
"I doubt If Info. .nation roluntailly
furnished by physlrlaiiH generally ,
rot.ld he leached by the Kdmunds Act
and construed to mean official recog-'
iiltlou of unlawful avocation. It can
ho construed as a legitimate effort to
piotcct public health, to the extent It
will work, on the same basis as other j
contHglous disease I. .formation. Is ic
qulrcd. With the medical profession
iu sympathy with this object the
Iloald would piohably ho able to keep i
closo watch on tho bproutl of dUeaso
! fiom this particular source. '
"These lemarks uro Intonded to i
to... id public opinion and for thom
the President of tho Hoard of Health .
Ir personally solely responsible." '
To in event the log cabin In which
Oeueial 1'. H. Ornut and his fniull)
lives In St. I.uls county from being
I taken to tliu Jamestown Kxposltlon,
Judce Leo Hassle. ir bus started a ,
movement to purchnso tho historical
i, Unci. lie by a popular subscription and
lo iH-riuaneuil) locate It In Km Put!
rail, St l-oul. I
.mil B REM
Every Day Will Be Full
The plans for entertaining the l.o
Angeles visitors will have to l.o
changed toi.icnh.it on nccoui.t or ihul
ilcl.tye.l in rival or (ho Ohio. The vis
itor are expected l'rlda li.oiul.ig.ai.il
a goo.tl) cloud will greet ll.i.i. fni.o
the minl dock.
Hegaidlesu of the change of plans of
.-tilct mining, the committee are equal
to the occarlon. The to hundred unit
fifty lels to be fashioned fiom oncva
rlet.i of flovtcrB line kept the (ou.n.ll
Ice Inn r lug mid skurrylug tho city
from one end to tho other and It Is the
only part of the progtain that lm
balked llnni. Not eno.igh of one va
riety loi.ld lie obtained for so mm.)
Ids at one time. It has been decided
to inuke malle wreaths only, (ouilder
lug It belter tuste than to have IcIh or
The ukcleton j.rogrnm below Is situ
ply a reminder, iu the fi.M progiaui
nas bwn previoutl) given: '"
l-'ildny Ariernoon: from noun till
; o'clock, lece.uliou at Maternity Home.
Afleri.o'tu iivej.tlou at M.i.n.uliia. A
peclal train will leave tne O.ihu depot
it 3 o'clock sharp to convey vltltors to
that itctlghtr.il roiort.. livening: re
ception and hanu concert at Hawaiian
I Saturday Itegalta at Wnlklkl nt 2
o'clock. Kvei.lug: Hawaiian louccii
' till.. Ifi.itfMMtt I llin flitnr.i .lrin.it
Sunday Hand concert ul Cnplto.
Monday lusi.ectlou of city fiom
liolley tats and visit to aquarium. A
.iuslii"H.i men'" l.iiuli at the Voting
hotel. Ucicptlon lor the ladles at Alua
li.iu betwrcn 2:30 and 6. Hveutng
:quatlc sr.orts nt Hotel Paths.
Ti.csday Morning: HM.op .Museum
Artcinoon- leceptlou .it Knpiolau.
pnii.. I'a-i. rlderi will appear iu fun
'cdncrd.i Craning dance at Mu
Quite a large number or prospective
horso and carriage buyers who went
lo the Tcrtltorlul Stables this morning,
were disappointed In tlmllng that I lie
motion sale advertised iiji until this
mulling to take place at 10 o'clock to
day, had been Indellnltely postponed.
Some mUimdurKtandliig aiose iu
cently between Mrs. Allen nnd tho
Knplolnnt ICstato. the prl.ulpal owiierti
of ll.c stable. This diltlculty was sot
led ratlsractoilly to both nattles lust
Sntunlny. heme the lroslponemen jf
the auction Rale.
Jaiuca (j.iliui, tor a number of vears
manager of the stables, hits .ell. oil
lie was succeeded by It. I,. Colh'irii
Oi: ritlKS-WII.HKLM In this city,
Monday, March 11, at the residence
or Dr. and Mrs. A. 0. Walters. II It
Do I'rles and Mis Louisa Wllliclui
Klder Abraham Fernandez ofllcln'
BULLETIN A30. PAY
Phone Main 149
Mid-March Price Cutting
This is our PROFIT-SLASHING WEEK on
Note thece prices; they arc the money-savers' kind; then eeS
the floods they are the QUALITY kind: S
GOOD DIMITY 3 YDS. FOR 25c f
SWELL MALVERN BATISTE 4 YDS FOR 25c S
PRETTY DOTTED SWI8S MUSL)N 2 YDS FOR 25c !j
FANCY JAPANESE CREPE (fine and coaree) Irom 15 to 40e pr yd S
Wah Ying Chong Co.,
KING ST., EWA SIDE MARKET. &
' .' -it';", LiiL! lie? v.!'.
?"T x.V Jf I
ROYAL HAWAIIAN HOTEL
THE ONLY TROl'ICAL H0TET. IH HONOLULU.
Meals sctved out of clcors on large scml-circle vcrandss. The only
first'dass hotel In Honolulu tlint tcvos oi the American plan.
AMERICAN PLAN UIHHEIl, $1.00,
Mcali served American or European plan.
H. BEWS. Mgr.
A dance on nrrival of Alameda
CREAM PURE RYE
AMERICA'S FINEST PRODUCTION
Ricli nnd Mellow
?02-90 NUUANU STREET. PHONE MAIN Sf)3.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN FINE WINES . LIQUOnS
MjjjmW-jMMMj(jswwwJwws ,tintmftimmmmmrmmummmm0mmmtmt swiiif -a- i miy
SEWING MACHINE REPAIRER
JOHN W DAVIS;
1250 ronT STREET NEAR ORPHEUM. PHONE MAIN 117.
G. W. lacfarlgne,
nt the Washington Light headquar
ters on Merchant street. i
He is prepared to do nil kinds of
AUTOMOBILE IlEPAIR WORK and
cp.rc for machines by the month.
HORSES 30UGHT, SOLD AND EX
CHANGED; nlsp Saddle and Drhv'ng"
Hoiacs; BEsT In Town.
FORT above HOTEL ST.
Tel. Alain 109
1 Is ktpt on file at
THIS PAPER C. DAKE'S ADVER
1 T I S I N O AGENCY,
124 San&ome St., San Francisco, Cal.,
where ccntrncta for advertising car
ta mad (at It
Tho Weekly Kdltlon or tno Evcnln
Dullctln giver n (Ctnplcto summary of
iho now nf thn rt. For $1 n yh
Pine Job Prlntlna t the Dullettn.
(Jld Sol v.'Mi'''
I,al:it wc j:ut oil
it';", lilLJ Ik.-? ,V1
:t in .tie,
r( 'a':l' WC l!Ul " ' 0Ur 'u,;,w
itfctanai up nj'.iin:.!. :.!!
M 11 , . .
j. an; to i:s :iDo
0 THE 1' AHN-ejClfiJl-W)
fHONE MAIN 420,
Trade Promotem S S Signs
orcurnng every three wccki.
1 1 Do You Carry
A fn,nl V4nM
ii uuuu yyuiwh;
OUR WATCHES ARE GOOD
THEY KEEP CORRECT
And They Give Satisfaction.
Wc would like to show, you
some of our new watches,
comprising the latest style of
enscs and all grades of move
THE VERY LATEST
Received by the last Steamer.
DON'T FAIL TO SEE OUR WIN
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd
71, 73, 75 KING ST.
The Dest Chronograph for the mon
ty In the world for sale by
M, R. Counter,
E J E V C L
1142 FORT ST.
Mis 3 Power's
OOOTON DLCG., FORT STREET.
VXHT" C,,r lfh Prtntmii at ti.o tui