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KVBN1NH IIUI.t.nrlN. IHMOf.OMt. 1 II. .MONDAY, MAIIt'll X. 1507.
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WAKE HP AND ADVERTISE.
llllo ought to wnke up and adver
tise Hawaii Herald
There Is no doubt about It
Sot the ball rolling by backing tho
Territorial appropriation for I'romo
Hon work. That will furnish tho funds
for general advertising that will bring
ii turns four-fold to every locality In
AMERICAN IMMIGRATION POLICY.
Tli- Legislature has before It nt the
J'resoni time nothing more Impoitanl
than Immigration legislation.
This Is u matter that has attracted
tho reiious thought and nlllclal favor
of the IVderal Administration It l'i
part r-ml parcel of the'natloiial Amer
lean iiollcy In Hawaii The action of
tho representative, of our cltlzour
should be in line with broad Ameri
canism, frco from prejudice.
Prom the Information thus far 04
tallied there Is every Indication thai
to continue, the Huiopcnii Immigration
It win bo necessary for Hav.ull to np
proprlato funds needed from tho Ter
lltortnl Treasury. The amount rciiuli
cd Ib large Tho benelUs that will bo
derived from a liberal appropriation
for this work uro full) In keeping with
the sfzo of the Investment
Theto should hi no hcsllitiicv on tin
pnrt of tho Legislature In giving what
over now legislation or financial sup
lort Is needed lo cam forward Lino
penn Immigration plans Necessary
funds obtained from propel ty tnxel
would place the burden v lth thoso
Hint to benefit
INSANE BILL TO INCREASE FEES,
Clone perusal of Iho House bill
amending tho law rolatlvo to the man
ngemeut of Iho Insauu Asylum fur
iiIsIiuh proof Hint the bill needs vigni
ous amendment, If It Is lo iiecoinpllsh
r.liyllilng for the beiiullt of tho intuitu
Tho general Impiosslou regarding
this measure has boon that the Inten
tion la to put the Institution under mi
Independent board of management
The bill contemplates nothing of the
kind, ii creates u Medical Hoar I
which Is a source of expense, opcratcb
Independently of the administrative
Hoard, nnd In the natural c our be of
events might create au eternal ami
expensive conflict of authority in the
management of tho Asylum
Ho far as known, thero lias been no
serious complaint regarding the uiun
ugciuelit of tho Insano Asylum under
tho Hoard of HoallU Some, however
fiol that un Institution of this kind can
bo conducted more acceptably under
un Indepeiidint board of munugors or
trustees. This is a mutter of opinion
mil tho differences need not lend lo
iicrliiionlous debate. It is posslblo Hi it
members of nn Independent boaid
might bo able to glvo more Individual
utlo'itloii lo Iho Asylum thun mom
hem of Iho Hoard of Hoaltli. who hav.i
Mich varloty of Important miittora to
Inko tip their time
To nut law on tho Btntille books aa
cimtyiiiplnlud lir Hio llouso Hill 131 Ib
.,, ,1.1 tl.A .,il
'MfrW " " V" 'H". "".
wiw!2MWLwm mLOL :-u ok.
llrlbutloM from 1h Territorial Trens-1
ury for medical torn, and tlmt I
mt Ih nlinul
all If Iho proposed Hoard wcro KlveM
itithoilly to pass on oonitnltmoiitci In
. the Asvlum mid thus do away with the
hideous ixillco court and itollco-cell I
1 base of the present iticllioil of deal
Inn ultli littiuio patients. It would lime
one redeeming qunllty.
In Its present form nil tlic Mil needs
i" repairing llko tlmt given tho Irish
man' gun a now look, Btock mid bar
One of the first .things needed nt tlie
I Insane Asylum Is enoiiRll money to
, give patients accommodations adapted
I to treatment as well ns eare.
THE RAILWAY EXEMPIION.
Au Independent railway system, or
Un extension of a railway already or
Irnulzed and In operation. Is fully do
ervlug exemption from taxation for a
period of jcars If It opens up a Fec
it ion of country that obviously In In
iiced of modern transportation faclll
History In these islands has showed
lhat It Is prolltablo for the taxpayer
lo subsidize, n railway system. Tho
leturn 111 taxes and general declop
meut has been mail) fold
This being true, an exemption of a
1 per rent tax granted nny persons
ready to Invest their money In open
lug up now territory vvllliji railway
line Is little enough nlil for'the Torrl
too to give The instance has yet to
be cited where railway extension has
not Increased tho amount of taxnbto
property or where extension has fall
ed to aid tho progress of the Territory
nnd Increase the buslucss uf all com
The bill now before the Legislature
should Include exemption for any and
til new railway enterprises or oxten
pious on any Inland Hallway conipa
tiles oignnlzed should not bo dlscrlml
listed against ns a reward for thel:
Bond work up to date.
11 ii i it ;t n st k it ( .11 it n ' It iC
PREFERS OLD RULES
TO GOVERN CHILDREN
XXMXVXKKX KKXXX V 5f
IMItor Evening Ilulletln' Allow
ue to use n few Hinee of votir Miliinlile
paper upon a question which Is most
Important and ma be a Listing rule lo
the coming talse
I understand that the Legislature
have passed a law which gives chil
dren the light to do as they please
over their parents. Now, Mr. IMItor
as n narcnt of nine children who vvert
born In this loiiutrv and are all doing
well, and the) were nil brought tin un
der the old ruli and system, I do not
expert lo hnyo mi) more, )et in) c li II-
dren will, and are hiving children, lull
with nil of that I do not In no old ngr
wish to see children vvnll.liig over thrli
parents nnd be the Hus3 of the house
Wo In common allow ehihlicn of ten
der nge to walk o.-cr even thing bill
when lliev grow iii, I expect to keep
him under m control and If be ills
bcs I shall have to retort to the old
method of npplvlng the lash l'ndi
tills new law a child tail conipell thr
parents to give him or her the best In
the house nnd for tho parents to live
on the refuse. .la I be allow ed to
quote the old ndgnge that a sapling In
order to Im perfect must be done when
you ns t think this rule should be oil
scrvisl l.v tho Ieglslnlme and furthir
tin ii o I c nil Hie (love -nor's attention t
this fad he hat. ebllilien of his own
nd If this bill pnsses ho as (Invernor
ouubt to use bin power of veto. In
stead of vetoing popular mcasuics
Chlldion who nro brut up In the wtiv
In which the bill calls for, as a geneial
rule make tho best criminals out ,
Children should be under the nwnnr
ami delegiint control of the parent:'
and If the lash Is necessary It should
be applied and Hiom children who are
treated thus tin it out to be tho best
' nolulu HJJ,
I Estate Dep't,
Thurston Avenue $40.00
Wilder Avenue $40.00
Matlock Avenue $30.00
Qulick Avenue $35.00
Nuuanu Avenue $50.00
Lunalilo Street $30.00
Kinau Stieet $30.00
lleretania Stieet $40.00
College Hills . . . . , $30.00
Punchbowl Stieet $30.00
Lunalilo Street $35.00
Aloha Lane $18.00
Eoretania Street $16.00
School Street $15.00
Bargain at Kaimuki. One acre of
ground fenced and grassed with six
room house and stable, Good locn-
! tion. Tine view. $2100,00,
Kanr Watorhause 1Vust Co,, Ltd,,
L. IU, PM nn,l lAnA.,,1 .
THE CALIFORNIA INSURANCE CO.
of San Francisco.
THE INDEMNITY TIRE INSUR.
of New York.
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO
of New York.
TRENT & C0.,i
016 FORT STREET.
addition to the present cor.imi nlty nnd
., rci, tu, family
Tllo eotmtty linn been under iho old
rule .mil law ami I don't see trouble
What Is the matter with the old vv a) "
Do the Honorable l,cgl.Hlatoiu think
the) can Improve If In fart, under
the old parental rule we had good men,
such at Washington, Lincoln, ami oth
er good pVonlo Who i mi this present
U-glilntiirc show who is nn example
nf thrlr new system? I'Iciifo (lod,
leave us alone We nn look out for
our family affairs, mid If tl numbers
if the Leglslntuie inn not look out for
their families. I.lndlv send them to
If the Leglslntuie wishes to enact
law allowing children to c limit ovir
their mother's hind In order to reneh
Its father's leg without it protest from
dear mother. It's up to our Itcpicsentn-.
JOHN ih: MELLO
March 21st. '07
Jjlip- "FOR RENT" cards on
at the Bulletin olfiee.
Monday, March 25
We wlil then place on sale at great
ly reduced prices a great lot of Neg
ligee Shirts In all sizes and many
ttylet, including cuffs attached, col
lars attached, pleated bosom, plain
white, etc., etc.
$1.75 Shirts at 90c
90c Shirts at -
$1.25 Shirts at
SEE OUR WINDOW DI3PLAY.
The Meal Department
OPENS AT 6:30 a. in.
CLOSES AT 8 n. m. V
Accommodations for laige knities
ui u ittiwinuur jiiny uu tvuuuicu,
SALES ARE SALES
In Bui dies
i rollowlng Is tin cx of the vt.i
I messages sent lo i' Leglslntuie by
'(Inventor Caller thl morning i
I Herewith I leturn .Senate 111)1 No. 27,1
entitled, "An Act to designate the pay i
of laborers engaged in constructing or
lcpnlrlng rends, luldges or tstieclu. i
wilier works or othu worki for tho'
Territory of Hawaii, or for mi) polit
ical subdivision ttipnuf," which 1 am
unable lo approve
This Hill resit hi tho Counties nnd
tho Vfrltory and will prevent Im
provement., ns well as the giving out
of work that could otherwise bo under
taken or accomplished It attempts to
limit by legislation tlio prlic of a com
J modify, a coin re which Is never wlac
I The Hill will woik u hardship on thosa
I who, because of old age or other ills
lability, cannot do a vigorous day's
work, by preventing their being cm-
,(iV",l,l,l""1! ,'x"t"": '" different parta
oflhc IVrrltor) van greatly, and each
!('1""",t?,1 "V" "" lll, Terrl"";'
'""M ',0 frco " ,l'et tll,)s i"1""'
' u"1'?- .
llcicwlth I return Senate lllll Nr ."'-',
entitled. "An An lo Appropriate
money for tho puiiosc of defray lug'
the ixpcmcs of opening again the Gov-'
eminent mad from Knpua In South i
Komi, Island of Hawaii, lo Kahtiku, '
Kail, Island of Haw ill, lately destroyed
b) volcanic cniptlon," which I urn tin
able to approve.
This lllll provlihu that f.',000 shall i
bo diverted Horn ine Teirllon'a share
of the luxes, to b pent on u load be
ginning ut s en tain H)lnt In Kunu
and ending In Knn If in) information
Is correct, tho dam go done by the l.tlo
tlow Is nil confine ! to tho district ol
Kan, nnd I can se no object In In
cluding the roaib el Kona
The passage of siieh n lllll Is exceed
Ingl) bad precedent It Is tho entering
wedgo that will cause other eountle.-e
In want u portion of tho Terrltor)'s
Iiinils spent on rouls whenever time
Is n showing o( i mcrgenc) If diim
ngo by the late r' pt ton Is to bo mndc
good by the Tenliory, vvh) not also
damage bv storms or washouts? There
Is already inula, discussion tho ques
tion of cxtenjljegt the- powers of the
counties lo penult of their borrow Inf
money, thus rendering them stilt more
Independent of the old-time reliance
on Hut cotillion treasury. Should such
it measure pass, thero would bo rillcl
for the affll ted county.
Ileiewlth I return Seiialo lllll No. 6,
entitled, 'An Act to nnieiid SlcIIoii
J17U.I. Chnptei-lHl of tho Itevlsed I.ivvl
oi uawau ic-i.iuiig in -Junes mid 'lr Ui
by Jury'.", which I am unable lo up
I ho Ulll not only tnlses the pa) ol
jurors ftoin J.' to J3 a day, a fltt) jtei
tent Increase, but Includes the time
necessarily occupied In going to anil
letiirnlng from eoiiit, a largo addition,!
liiueni.0 of expenses. It also, us If In
palliation, n duces tho mileage from
leu tents to live eenls, a reduciloii th.i'
will bo fur f i niu off-scttliig tho larg.
Tho demand fin Inirciscd Jur) 'fees
Is based on tho natural Impulses o.
Jtuoia rnthei than on tho sound Judg
ment ot tno legislators. The exiimiilt
of tho rich Ml Court Is hold up by
many as n Haiid.ud which tho Teirl
lory shoujd accept. Hut thu Kcdum
(overnmcut does not stand tho entln
bin den of Us pay to Jurors, nnd If tie
Tenllor) Is to adopt Its titan. laid, then
at leas,' a pan or the Tees paid to Jul
ins should bo charged as costs to the
litigants. At a moderato estimate, till'
Hill will malie an additional expense
of 122,000 ovci and above Hint now be
lug paid, mainly for tho Immediate
benefit ot thoso who uro constantly In
volvcd In litigation.
In communities of high Intelligence
Juiy service is looked upon an n ji.it 1 1
otle dill), mid those who fnvoi thin
largo lncieare uhould utudy tho situ
ntltiu lu lommiiiillles where tho pa) ot
jurors Is siiiliclently high to in.il.o tin
position sought niter, thus cieatlnu- Hi
professional Juior onu who taiinol In
nuv other capacity earn as largo u
compensation and, therefoie. haugi
arounci tuo court room, eagerl) seek
lug to he drawn. Men who beck tin
position uf Juror bocnuso ot thu coin
poiiMtlou usually end by considering
their pa) 113 of nioto Importance thun
men- nut), and with such thero i
giavoy danger ot bribery ami eoriup
riou Ab the p.i) of Jutors nt piesent Is
hoiiie entlrel) by tho tuxi.i)era, wo
Bhouhl protect them h) Jirovldlug that
cny fuither Incrcuso bo borne by the
llllguntH, for theio is no sound reason
vvii) tbo 'lerrlthr) hhotild benr tho en
tire expense, purtlcuhujy In civil milts
W 51 M J U X H 51 a M is, is. R M K 3l
HONOLULU WEATHER .f
Temiierutuies i! u m, CD; 8 n in,
2, 10 a. iu 71; iiojii, 70; uiuiiiIhb
iiiliilmiim, 07. '
Il.ii oiuelor, 8 a. in., 30 00; ubsoluU
hiiinldlty, 8 a, m , 5.275 Kruliis pel
uble foot, lelallvo hunildit), k a m,
02 pei cent, dow point, 8 n m , 5S,
Wind l, a, in, velocity II, dliecllon
i: , 8 a m , velocity 17, dliecllon N r, ,
10 a m , veloclt) 13, dliectlon IJ ; noon,
velocity 12, direction L
Hnlniull iluilug 21 hoiiis ended 8 n
Total wiud movement during 21
uours enticu at noon, 350 mlleu
WII II, H'lOOKMAM.
Rocllon WroUOi, (I H. Waalher UttrMii
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ii!-"l 'sUsImJPL"?. J?b PWInq jyhe Bulletin. ,
The Ideal Trip
Will you be one of the
party to enjoy the. hospital
ity of the EVENING BUL
LETIN and visit all the prin
cipal Coast cities this Sum
Mrs. E. T, WEATHER.
RED will be responsible for
the safe conduct of the par
ty; she will come to Hawaii
and take the party to the
Coast and will return with It
when the tour has closed.
The Oregon girls who
were here last year are al
ready planning to give the
Hawaiian Girls the time of
their lives In return for the
many courtesies extended to
them during their stay In
Hawaii. There will bo tct
ceptlons, theater parties and
balls at the principal cltlec.
The Bulletin's guests will
stop only at the best hotels,
travel on the best boats and
trains, and have the best
trip ever given by any news
This contest Is open to
Hawaiian and part-Hawaiian
young ladies. Further
conditions will be announced
The Cottest will start
it ii- it A' it it ii it it it it it it it it
it WHERE ADVERTISING PAYS '".'
it it it it it -X it it it it it it ii it ii ii it
L. II Hlllolt, advertising agent oC
Rochester. Now York, nddiessed the
lliislness Institute of that city a few
evenings ago on "Nowspaper Advei
ttsliu; for the Retail Merchant " lu
the eoiiise of his speech ho said:
"Theio nro many iivoiiuoh of ad
vcrtlslng open to tho retail merchants
but tho nowsinper should recelvo first
attention. When tho met chant hub
coveted llicv.nuw simper Held thorough
Iv mill Is using In nil tho various news
palters of his locality the maximum
amount of space on which ho can
mnko a profit, then ho may think or
Hiking mi other mediums, but not un
"Tho nowspaper holds first place
among local retail meiehiuits, because
Iho newspaper Is tho dully, wo may
say almost hourly, companion of the
"Thu bioiid-w Inner of tho family,
whether ho bu capitalist or day lubcu
cr, Is engaged during the day with l.ln
business. Ho knows lit tlo or nothing
of tho happenings of tho gicat world
around him, or uviin In his own local
ity. Tho housowlfu or leader of fash
ion ouch bus her own circle of dully '
occupation, her own limited horizon
of obseivatlou, and llko the head of:
the family, mtitit depend mi thu news
paper for the necessniy Information
lo keep lu touch with Iho doings of Iho'
da) at home mill uluo.id i
"Hiisluofescs offering articles' of dal ,
ly piucliiiso that change their seiipon-l
EblonesH dally or almost houily, nr i
toidliig lo tho weather, tho fashions,
elc, will tint find this method as pio
fltublo nn smaller nuiinuiicc mcnls moio
"Tlio tendency pf tho advertiser, u
ii luliU fo iisu tpo If I t!C space. Tlioicj
ROYAL HAWAIIAN JfOTE
THE ONLY TROPICAL HOTEL IH HONOLULU.
Meals sencd out of doors on large soinf-ciicle vcundas. The only
first-class hotel in Honolulu that serves on the American plnn.
AMERICAN PLAN DINNER, $1.00.
Meals served American or Euroi-can plan.
H. BEWS, Mgr.
A dance on arrival of Alameda occurring- every three weeks;
AMERICA'S FINEST PRODUCTION
Rich und Mellow
902404 NUUANU 8TREr,T. PHONE MAIN 308.
IMPORTER3 AND DC ALCRS IN FINE WINES & LIQUORS.
SEWING MACHINE REPAIRER
JOHN M. DAVIS;
1256 FORT STREET NEAR ORPHEUM. PHONE
Is such a thing us saving money by
i pen ting It, and the julveitlser who
has u story to tell can well afford to
use sudiclcnt space to tell tho thing "
Mi Llllott said that regularity lu
udvei Using Is a mine Important mat-
Theio will bo a meeting of tho Kit
pahulii liiipiovcmctit Club nt thu of
fice of J. .1. Kgan on Kort stieet Wed
nesday evening, March 27lh, ut 7:30
The object of the meeting Is elec
tion of olllcers, lepoits of committee i
and such other mntteis us may bo pre
sented. P. M POND,
3Rl'J-lt Pics. Knpnhulit Imp. Club.
PROPOSALS roil CONSTRUCTION
if lloads, etc Ofllcu Constructing
QiiiirtctmnMer. Honolulu, 11. T., Murch
i.'i, 1DU7 Sealed pmposals lu triplicate
for constitution of Uoadn, Sidewalks
and (irndlng at the new post at Kn
hnulkl will be lerelved here until 10
a. m Ma) 15, K'tiT, nnd then opened.
Hlnnk proposals und information fur
nished cm application. Luv elopes con
taining prnpiun'x should bo endorsed
'Proposals lor itoads, etc.," and ad
dicssed to i:, 11 Iluniphrev, Cnpf. &
Q M, V. S. A, Constiiictlng Quaitcr
iiQIII Mm. 25, 20, 27, 2S; Mil) 13, 11
Notleo Is hereby given that tho slock
bocMi of thu Honolulu Rapid Transit
Land Co. will hu closed to transfers
lima .March 2S lo March 31st, luclu
3011131 Sec'). II. II. T. h I., ft
There will be n meeting of tho
Health am! Pollco Committee of tbo
Ilouso on Tiic'diiy evening next lu
the Legislative Hull nt 7 o'clock p. til.
lo consider Ilouso lllll No. 107, l elat
ing to tho sale, etc , of pcttnluini und
Its products All parties Interested
uio invited to attend.
J II CONHY,
Invite Inspsclion and com"
parison of prices of their
Fine Slock of
The quality is the highest fj
and the prices the lowest.
V VrVti rattiXV V
PURE, COOL WATdR AT
tor than the size of the rop) Tho mer
clinni v. hi inlverliceH ipafinodlcally la
(11 the load to lose his money, while
thu man who keeps iigiilml) ill It,
even at n snail's pace is likely to
achieve icsults comiiu lisuiuto with
the ovpemllluro h" makes
Tho Hawaiian Can law Manufactur
ing Co., Ltd . has b ought null for no
counting ng-ilnst the Scliiinuu Car
riage Co, Ltd.
The complaint alleges that four
viara ago the two companies entered
futti an agiccnient the pl:ilni"uf piPr
chasci! llii! defendant's tr.idu lu cot
tulu articles, Including rubber I lies,
und Iho defendant wao not to deal In
said articles during the period of Hut
agreement. It was lo sell rubber tiles
only as tho agent of the plaintiff cor
poration. The sum of $0,015.43 was
expended by tho plaintiff 111 purchas
ing tho rtnclc ot tho defendant.
Tim complaint nlleges that the de
fendant has not ceased lo deal In tub
bcr Hies on Its own account. Thu
plaintiff bullevea It lias been damaged
to tho extent or S5IHM bv this violation
of contract. It pui)s that ai account
ing may he had and that u perpetual
Injunction may Issuu out off tho court
restraining the defendant from furll-er
bleach of ngi cement
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For Mural Decoration-'' and l'unc-s,
llusiian Urasoes nnd Tori Pottery.
Fans. Baskets. Tana ninths.
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(Mooiia, Youiib nnd Ilawn, Hotels.)
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