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nvENtNd nm.t.nn.v, Honolulu, t n wii-m-'W irn 13.11,07
Fuhliahcil livery Day Except Sunday,
at 120 King Street. Honolulu,
T. II., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
WALLACE R. FARRINGTON, Editor
Kntereil at tho 1'ostoMco at Mono
nolulu ns second data matter.
Parable In Advance.
Per month, anynncro in U, S,,t .75
Periiiarter, anyberc In U. 8.. 2.00
Per year, any where, U. S , S.00
.I'eryear, postpaid, forelcn 11,00
Blx months .60
Per year, anywhere In U. S 1.00
Peryear, postpaid, foreign .... 2.00
Territory of Hawaii, )
First Judicial Circuit.)
C 0 I10CIUS, Huslncrs Mnnarjor
of the Ilnllctln Publishing Company,
Limited, being first duly sworn, on
oath depones and nn)s: Tlint tho fnl
lowing Is n true and concct state
ment of the circulation for tho vvck
ending l'rld.iv, March 8. ISO", of
the D.illv and WeoUb editions of the
Circulation of Evening Bulletin
Satuiday, Mar 2 2011
Monday, Mar 4 2320
Tuesday, Mar. 5 2354
Wednesday. Mar. 6 2369
Thursday, Mar 7 2338
Friday, Mar 8 2321
Average daily circulation . . . 2385
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin
Tuesday, Mar 5, 1807 25G6
Number of weeklies delivered on
the Island of Hawaii alone . . I'i09
Combined guaranteed average
circulation . . .. '1971
BULLiniV PIULISIUNO CO. LTD,
by C. (1 110CKUS,
Bnhaerlbeil nnd sworn to he
run me tlili 'ith day of
IBCAL) Xlunh, Anno Domini,
P. It lit IINKTTR,
Wotnrv Public l'iist Judicial Circuit
MA ltd! 1.1. 1!M)7
Many inoplo in this toiiiimiiiltv,
most of whom pay but scant atten
tion to the l.cgislntuie, and Know but
little of Its worldngs except In n
most general fashion, look nsUnnic nt
Hie native Hawaiian legislator, be
1inIng him In be In most, if not in
nil, Instances a mero luirvevin of
words without thought, an orator to
whom the volume of sound ho can
produce and the endurance he tan
dlspia In siuh effort is tho highest
attainable goal The) labor under
the inipiisslou that the Hawaiian
must nucsnaill) bo an obstacle In
the way of tapid and businesslike
Suth people would havo their prej
udiced notions ruitel) shocked should
the j spare a fun minutes lor actual
observation or the Senate, wheic the
law-produe Ing muUiliierv gilnds
along xteuililv, elllcltmllv, without
waste of time, and without unneics
miiv and liieluvnut or.itoij.
'I he majiiilty of the Senate Is Ha
waiian i:ight membitis nf the total
nl llflien hnM nutlvo Hawaiian blnod
lu their elns, tome of them that e
cluslxely SjeniJ ate ehalrme'i nf
Impiiitaut lojumftlecs, borne are pro
line Intiodiicers'-nf bills, nnd good
bills at that, and most of them are
able to make a telling argument In
debate. Taken as a whole, tho Sen
ate Is able to show an uiraj of legis
lators which would do credit to any
Tho llnuso Is not Inching stiong
men of the samo type, but as It alwi
ciiJovh u number of Homo ltulorH, the
olmerver Is more fieiiiontl ruiilndeii
that tlieie ate others.
HUMANE TREATMENT FOR
1 he nppenl inudo to tho Legislature)
foi better trentment nf tho insane, tn
bo obtained by appropriations for
buildings nnd more liummiu methods
of commitment, should not be madu
In ancient times Insane peihinis
weio chained to trees hicuibo It wan
supposed tbny vvcro imssessed of di
11b. Then tho people Know no better.
In tills day nnd generation, Hawaii
forces u perton with it disordered
mind to tho Police Station, where he
or she Is passed upon by tho Police
Magistrate and likely obliged to as
sociate with cilmluals This Is done
not hecauso tho people of the Toiri
tory nf Hawaii are Ignorant or In
tentionally unkind It Is the result
of thoughtlessness and neglect on the
pait of those who havo fiom time to
tlmo been given the responsibility of
Thoro has been an equally unfor
tunate) combination of cliiumstanccs
trr-nrovc-nt tho construction of addi
tional buildings at the nsylum for the
iliMllo, buildings that tun ncicssau
to u piopoi housing and cffeitlve
treatment of the Inmates
Various superintendents In rhargo
of tho Insane, asylum have done tbeli
lest mid seemed veiy good lesullM
With what Is placed tit their eoiu-
itihikI It Is tint tho fault lit tin wo In
(xcruthc control that the Inatltntlmi
has more the charm ter of n house of
iletentlon than of n linsidtal for the
tientinent of tho (lei. If It were not
IIiiuhIIh good fortune to be hle-weil
, with plensnnt vventher tho major part
nr tho jenr nnd thus unable the p.i
itents to iii(H inurh of their time In
the open, the lot of the nsylum In-
n ites would be sad Indeed
Legislatures hate recognized the
irlng need of the nslum nnd appro-
1 1 luted money which, on ntiotint of
i (implications has not been expended
'lln- present Leglslnttiro Hhiiiild Iij nil
means reapproprlato the Io.in funds j
and also enrrv nut the plan outlined
bv the Hoard of Health for more de-
ent nnd humuno inrv of persons mif-
j ferlng from ncrvoux illKordcrs nnd I
I 'he Incurable Insane Let the word I
i tie.itnicnt mnvcv facts more nppro-1
,'rlnte than conlltument In n police
I nation cell as tho first step to be fol
lowed by judgment pasntd b) a mag
Istrnte whose thief duty Is to deal
Let ecr suggestion of disgrace
iimv assochted with Insanity be wip
ed out l'mme laws Hint express
i nine of tho spirit of human Mildness
without mal.lng the desired result
Una difficult of attainment. Appro
priate mono for a homu for the In
tniie that will gle tho patients sur
roundings best suited to nld the ph
Klelnn strhlng In restore reason and
bring about a cure.
As n whole our public Institutions
are of high standard. Tho Insane
nsylum should be so well equipped
that It will not ho necessary to com
pliment thoo In charge on good re-
Kltlts obtained. In splto of the ob
stacles eonstantl) lu their way.
W V V V X X X X V X V. X X X V K X
X BAND CONCERT K
A public band conceit will be kIvcu
this owning at 7-.M at Aala I'arK, the
pmi;rniii In lug as follow h:
March' I'liited riags" ...
Overline Itoinl in tllnr)"
lluuinrisK and NeiiHilllnu
Selection 'Kiinavuiv Cllrl".
VihuI Hannll.in Songs .ar In Merger
I Itemlnlscenies of till Xntluiia" ...
'Vrt ntide "Andultislnn" . . Kllenberg
riti.ili ' Cimilr) Iuiifare" .... Ilohui
'I he Star Spangled Haulier "
Turbine steamers have- become o
liemelv popular for e mss channel ser
vice Tho latest vessel nf tho kind to
undergo hei trials Is the M.irjlebone,
i tilple screw tin blue boat, just built
at lllrlteiihciul for tin (Ireat Ce ntral
Hallway Compani. mid Intended to run
mi Its Continental service from flrims
b) The .Miiivlehono is 170 feet long
between perpendiculars and has a
Frews tonniKO of 1112 tons Her tin
bines, which nro of tho Parsons tjpe
ale ilcsKtu d to develop COO borne
pnwi i nt a working pi e Hiiro of HO
Mf iNtUMMS Ai MS.
v..--t- -. 0n0uu Hi
DON'T FAIL TO VISIT THE
DURING ITS PIlESr.NT ACTIVITY.
Leaving Honolulu per S. S. "MAU
NA LOA" Triday. Mch. 15th.
Returning per S. S. "KINAU" Sat
in day, Mch. 23rd.
The Round Trip costs only $54.
For tickets and information re
garding the trip, apply to
HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST CO.
Cor. Tort and Merchant Streets.
Real Estate Dep't,
Thurston Avenue $40.00
Wilder Avenue $40.00
Matlock Avenue $35,00
Guhck Avenue $35.00
Nutianu Avenue $50.00
Lunalilo Street $30.00
Kinan Street $30.00
Ikrctania Street $40,00
College Hills $30.00
Punchbowl Sheet $30,00
Lunalilo Street $35,00
Aloha Lane $18.00
Bcretania Street $16.00
School Stieet $15,00
Bat gain nt Kaimuki. One acre of
ground fenced nnd grassed with six
room house and stable. Good loca
tion. Fine view. $2100.00. i
Henry Watorhouse Trust Go,. Ltd,
Corner Fort an1 Merchant St?
fimSmKtBStff company. (
BY Ml) !
Ilrcnk Hi oak llreak,' anil the
ei waters did seem to bri'iih nn the
cold grav stones when Miss Mar)
Allele Case, the contralto, rendered
this selection from Tentijson'H "In
Memorial!! at the home nf I)r nnd
Mrs Metltew last evening Sumo
two hundred people gathered nt the
Mi (Item lesldeiicn tu enjoy this sec
ond recital given li Miss Case And
the result of It nil Is that Hie soloist
has obtained oven n firmer foothold
In the affections of the muslc-lovlng
people of Honolulu Heart) nnd con
tinuous applause together with the
pii sentntlon nf numerous nnd strik
ing Moral tributes evidenced this
rollovvlng the recital, man) had the
pleasuic of meeting Miss Case The
rlncere wish was expressed Hint her
staj In Paris, where she will pursue
her musical studies, tuny be most de
lightful nnd that she ma soon bo
with us again
One would have to he dead tu all
appreciation nf music not to enjoy
i,mh an entertainment ns tlint af
forded last night The program of
fered the singer nn excellent nppor
limit tu demonstrate the wide range
nf feeling In her voire nnd her ex
cellent control Ihcre-of The deep,
lull notes, scattered here nnd there
through each selection, are the kind
one never forgets Valuable assets
to Miss Case's work are her clear
pronunciation and her fine stage
presence Among the numbers given
b Miss Case these might be mention
ed as particularly effective- "O, That
Wo Two Were Ma) Ing," "lleiatise,"
'The Itosary" mid "Loch Lnmnnil "
Miss Case Is an Intimate friend nf the
mother of the composer nf "The Hu
Ill "Ave Marie1" and "Nur vver dlo
SchiiKiiihl Ken nt," Mrs Charli'S llry
ant Cooper played the violin nbllgato.
Her work wns must eoniniundable.
Mrs William I, Vhltuo) pi lived nn
In lompnily with Miss Mesow, Miss
Case leaves tenia) on the 'oiinoma She
will make her vvav tn the Trench Cap
ital via Australia nnd tho Canal.
11 HONOLULU WEATHER V
March 111, 1907.
Teniperalutes tin m.K; Sa m
(li; in a m 74; noon, 72; morning
Ilaromeler, X a. la., .10.0:!; abso
lute humidity, S a. in., I.U4T, grains
per cubic: font; relative) humidity, S
n. in., 01 per cent.; dew point, X n.m ,
Wind 0 n. in., velocity 3. direc
tion Nil; S a. in., velocity ."!, direc
tion Nil: 10 a. lu, velocity I, direc
tion NH; noon, velocity 10, direction
Italnfall during 21 bonis ended S
,i. in,, velocity 10, direction SW.
Total wind movement dm Ing 2i
horns ended nt noon, li'.S miles.
WJI. U. STOCKMAN.
Section Director. U S. Weather ilureau
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record March 11, 1907,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
lllshop Tr Co Ltd tu Vera A (ledge
Kanojikapu (w) to II I. Holslein.l)
Uhaiiha and wf el al tu II I, Ilnl-
Kabooiiiana nnd wf et nl tn (J r
L Alilo and wf by mtgeo to Knnc-
oho Uleo Mill Co Ltd I)
L Alilo by mtgeo tu Knneolio Illce
Mill Co Ltd 1)
Tor of Haw by Supt of P W tu II
I link feld & Co Ltd I,
Don't wait too long
to order your Easter
Sonnet, for the
more time you (rive us,
the better results
AFFLICTED WITH CATARRH
LIFE HAD J3EC0ME A BURDEN
Pe-ru-na, Used As a Last Resort, Affords
" N-t v. f
The Relief Experienced By Mrs.
Carr Throuih the Use of I'c-ru-na,
After llavlni Tried the Ucst Pro
fessional Treatment In Vain, Is a
Matter of No Small Wonder
Amonl Her Many Frlcnttt.
Mr. . Carr, Vlncland, Ont., Can.,
"For tovoxal yearn I waaailllcted with
caLlrrh, which mado life a burden,
"Tho coughing and harking which
accompanied tho dlncaiowai terrible.
'Tho complaint finally extended to
tlio itoinach nnd 1 wai In a wretched
"1 tried different rericdld and tho
beat profeaalonal treatment all In vain.
'finally, aa a laat retort, I trlcjd
I'cruna iiion tho recommendation of
jn jr. elder In Hamilton. t
"leouldacoaleitdy Ii)iprovement nnd
iftcr utlng four bottleiof that prccloua
tnudlclnu I vvu feeling well again, my
For special dlreetlona everyone
ahould read "The Ills of Life," a, copy
of which aurrounds each bottle. Pe -
runa Is for tale by the following drug
LcmiKe K Dmht niiilMu.li to K A
JHlpe K Duels and IihIi by nttv to
Charles I) M Wllllauis I)
lug.i K Iirken to M.iiiii'ihlnn (vr) j
Kllli'l C .Meiiile tn No I W Alllll.. I)
lloiilii to Katii S.ir On r.HH
Arthur iV Neely to Paul .1''J.iVrct I)
l'anl J Jairet lojiulvo Neeily ,..)
Entered for Record March 12?. 1007,
From fl a. m. to 10:30 n. m.
I.ee Mug Slug hv nttj to t'hnng I
Kin . IIS1
M V ThcIiiiiII tr-,tn Pniiiiy Strain h.I) I
J Kulaloi by agt of mtgio to Win I
K CaBllo tr f i . Tore Unty
Malic l.uhe nnd IikIi to Katii lino l,i
W II Kiiiiiiil.iiinhii ami wf tn Hel
en Kiii)iuliiiiiilin I)
THE CALIFORNIA INSURANCE CO.
of San Francisco.
THE INDEMNITY FIRE INSUR-
of New York.
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO
of New York.
TRENT & CO.,
DIG FORT STREET.
J. M. LEW & CO.,
Phone Main 149
rHE HAWAIIAN REALTY AND MA
TURITY CO., LTD.
3eal atate, Mortgage, Loans and In
veMment Securities. i
Jfflce: Melntyre Dldn., Honolulu, T.H,
P. O. DOX'265. PHONE MAIN 141.
938 FORT ST.
A wnll mm IPlIFnllW VL
old trouble, being completcljr a thing ol
"To-elny I would not take onotbouiand
dollara for vhat thta grand medicine)
haa dono fur mo."
Many women owo their Uvea to
Peruna. A great many moro owe tholr
health to l'eruna.
A multitude) of women throughout
Canada aro iiatng lVruha'aa a preventa
tive and a relief from catarrhal coughf
We havo In our filca a great number
of lcttcra from grateful women who
have been benefited by l'eruna, with
pcrmltalon to uao theao lottora In public,
Catarrh would not bo audi a curao to
tho human raco if pcoplo thoroughly
understood Ha nature.
Catarrh Is a tllscate which tei er m
proi cs o lis ou it accord, hut becomes
Jeeper ncatcd the longer It h neglected.
It should be treated at once to pre
vent It rum maklnn Inroads upon sltal
pitta and wilt aupply the retail trade
tin Honolulu, Hawaii: Cenaon, Smith
i& Co., Houron Drug Co., Honolulu,
Ik Meal Department
OPENS AT G:30 n. m.
CLOSES AT 8 n. m.
Accommodations for large parties
at a later hour may be arranged.
Thla la our PROFIT-SLASHING WEEK on
Ladies' Dress Goods
Nota theae prlcea; they are the money-savera' kind; then aee
the floods they are the QUALITY kind:
GOOD DIMITY 3 YDS. FOR 25c
8WELL MALVERN BATISTE 4 YDS FOR 25c
PRETTY DOTTED SWISS MUSLIN 2 YD8 FOR 25e
FANCY JAPANESE CREPE (fine and coarse) from 15 to 40c pr yd
Wah Ying Chong Co.,
KING ST., EWA SIDE MARKET.
-" S S S S I I1U
I . - -.-. .-. I- ii, Ui
tt,, - ,;,. 1 1 j' mM ' mtimmfr'
ROYAL HAWAIIAN HOTEL
THE ONLY TROPICAL HOTEL IN HONOLULU.
Meals served out of doon on large Derd-circlc veiondns. The only
flut-class hotel in Honolulu that serves ou the American plan.
AMERICAN PLAN DINNER, $1.00.
Meals served American or European plan.
H. DEWS, Mgr.
A dance on nrnvitl of Alameda o
1CREAM PURE RYE
AMERICA'S FINEST PRODUCTION
Rich and Mellow
LOVEJOY & CO., Agents
902-004 NUUANU GTHCET. PHONE MAIN 308.
IMPORTEH8 AND DEALEnS IN FINE WINCS & LIQUORS.
SEWING MACHINE REPAIRER
JOHN M. DAVIS;
1256 FORT 8TREET NEAR onPHEUM. PHONE MAIN 117.
o AT o
Yee Chan's Store
Grand Round-Up Sal
previous to removal to Cas
tle & Cooke's old building.
For two weeks only we
will offer our entire stock
DRY GOODS, CLOTHING,
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS,
HATS, BOOTS and SHOES,
etc., AT COST and in many
instances BELOW COST.
Saturday, March 9, 1907
Nuuanu St., one door from King bt.
nirnk boolit of all sorts, lodgeri
etc., manufactured by the Bulletin Pub
1 win 001 won t warp inu
paint we put on your hor.tiC
it's the best naint made.
if , it stands up against all difficulties.
lall; to tu, about piinring your
o-T HE HIHTE R 0
PHONE MAIN 428.
Promoters S S Signs rl
- cuiriiig every ttirte weeks.
1 Do You Carry
A Good Watch?
OUR WATCHES ARE GOOD
THEY KEEP CORRECT
And They Give Satisfaction.
We would like to show you
some of our new watches,
comprising the latest style of
cases 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 Best Chronorjrapii for the mon
ey In the world for sale by
M. R. Counter,
11-J2 FORT 8T.
9 Leading Jewelers. I
Swell Hats )
BOSTON BLCG., FORT STREET.
cin Job Prlntmn at tho Bul