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OH LABOR QUESTION
The HAWAIIAN COILED SPRING PENCE, one of the hundred styles
mode by the Duplex Automatic Ball-Bearing Wire Fence .Machine. Sold by
J. C. AXTELL & CO.,
1046-50 ALAKEA ST.
HONOLULU, T. H.
PHONE BLUE 1801.
P. 0. BOX 642.
Famous Extracts, Face Powders
LEWIS & CO., LTD,,
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAH
169 KINQ STREET. TELEPHONE MAIN 240,
We have In itoek the finest cheese made In the Unit,
ed States. Neufchatef, the cheete for any meal, waa
not obtainable lait month but now we have a supply.
May we have your orders for something In our line?
Metropolitan Meat Co.
That's the number to ring up, If you
want soda water that Is PURE AND
WHOLESOME. Try our KOLA
MINT, PEACH MELLOW and Ql N
3ER ALE the purest goods manu
factured In town.
Consolidated Soda Water Works Co
1 Telephone Main 71
Q. 8. LEITHEAD MANAGER
Hawaiian Iron Fence, and Monument Works
NEXT TO YOUNQ DLDQ., 176-190 KlNQ 8TREET. PHONE 867.
Believes Decisive Move
Should Be Made
As n member of tliu Hoard of Im
migration, Secretary Atkinson Is bo-
c mil I n K somewhat exercised over IIib
turn affairs linvo taken In the Immi
gration question. Tlio nll-nbsoiblng
question with tlio Secretary Is to In
nuguratu soiiio powerful sclicmo to
prevent the old-time Portuguese from
leaving tlio Islands, or at least lo
liolil out Homo Imliiceincnt strong
enough to ocrcomo their desire to
"I think Hint tliu crisis In Irnml
Krntlon matters linn been reached,"
Mr. Atkinson has been quoted nR
saying )cterdity, "and that some ac
tion, nnd very decisive action, must
be taken Immediately.
"Hero tlio Portuguese are leaving
four hundred lust Alameda and
four hundred to follow next Alame
da. Do jou know what that means?
It Is that In four trips of the San
Francisco steamer ns many Portu
guese will have left as were brought
here by the Huverlc nt u coat of 176,
000, "When )ou liao a crisis I believe,
In facing It. If the remedy Is severa
let It nevertheless bo adopted. It
Manila to plain arithmetic that If
they continue tu leave nt the present
rule, tlio Territory will soon be do
plated of Its industrious and law
abiding Portuguese population."
Tlio Hecrotnry says that as a result
of tlio recent Immigration law where
by Japanese aro allowed to enter Ha
waii In any numbers but nro not al
lowed to pass on to the mainland, It
places theso Islands on the, basis of
an Asiatic community.
Tlio situation must bo looked
Miuaroly In tlio face, kujs Atkinson,
who believes that tlio tlmo has como
when n "spade Is called u spado,"wlth
out uny nourishes or postscripts. lie
"Some pcoplo do not bollevo In
telling theso facts, but I do not be
lieve In holding them hack."
When questioned as to methods to
be employed In keeping the Portu
guese hero, the Secretary offers the
"I do not say wo can hold every
body heio but I do know a method by
which wo can hold a whole lot of peo
ple. That Is, not only to employ the
lortuguese but others we have hero
In all tlio mechanical positions
mound tlio sugar mills and else
where, but to domicile such people as
"I hollo vo that the ngrlculturnl In
terests should dig down Into their
pockets nnd pay their labor such
wages ns would hold thoso people
hero, becauso if they lose them they
will have to get others.
LONDON IEETS, 9s 31
SU6AR, . 3,61
Hnry Witirhmsi Trust Co,,
Stick and. Bond Dipattment
Members Honolulu Stock and Bond
WILUAM WILLIAMSON Mnt,r,
FORT AND MERCHANT 8T8.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANOE 4.
'This rountry Is going ahead It
Ir. not going backward. We nre not
the kind of people that Ho down ev
ery time n crisis arises.
"Ves, by all means tontlnuu tlio
Immigration of Europeans, Prom
tlio fait that as many go awny In
four trips of the Alameda as we re
ceive In a slnglo shipment nl enor
mous expense things naturallj look
very black. And the fact that Jap
anese ore nllowcd to como hero and
not to go to the mainland tnnkes It
look blacker for tbo Americanization
of this Territory, but don't jou sup
pose for one moment that I believe.
"Tlio President will not desert us,
I believe ho will see us and our pot
Icy through. I personally know how
he feels about this matter, and don't
ou think for one moment that he is
going to nllow Hawaii to take a step
backward. Ho is not built that way.
We arc it long way from headquar
ters. He knows more about the sit
uation than wo do. You never heard
of President llooscvclt retreating
fiom a position.
"Another thing. Do you know
what this crisis means for Hawaii?
It means that this (lovernmeiit rcrog
nlzes the condition of nffalis as a Hlg
nnl to redouble Its efforts to get the
laud settled. The tlmo of delay has
gono by, Tlio public lands must nt
once be opened up for settlement,"
LOOK DVT 1 II
FJfiSJ OF APRIL
Tbo Honolulu llrowing & Malting
Co. have concluded not tu put out
their hock llecr unlit the proper sea
son, April 1. They believe tlio public
will better appreciate It at that time.
They will on thai dato offer to the
public the best Dock Deer that ha
ever uccn pin on mis maruei.
W BULLETIN AD8. PAY "
It was not until they had wandered
in soiiio perplexity through the cor
ridors and courtrooms of the Tcmplo
Sherlth Israel on Krlday afternoon that
tlcorgo Noblsada. who for fifteen years
has been tlio cook of Lconldas J, Scoof
fy, the real estate and lumber man.
and Okou Kusoda, his fiancee from the
.Mikado a empire, who has been house
maid for seven jenrs to Mrs. Henry H.
lllglilon, weio finally enabled through
tho assistance of Superior Judge Oth
ham to bo wedded after tho American
fashion. Tlio couple got their mnr
rlago license with little difficulty, but
just whom they should seek to per-
lorm mo weuuiug ceremony they did
lot know until bystanders directed
Aro both symptoms of organic de
rangement, and nuturc's warning to
women of a trouble which will boon
er or later declare itself.
Ilow often do we hear women say,
"It seems as though my back would
break." Yet they continue to drag
along and suffer with aches tn the
small of tho back, pain low down In
the side, dragging sensations, nerv
ousness and no ambition.
They do not realize that the back
Urn andoulcklvlndcatesbvachimr MISS LENANAGtL
a diseased condition of the feminine organs or kidneys, and that aches
and pains will continue until the cause la removed.
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
mado from native roots and herbs has been for many years the meat
successful remedyjln such cases. No other medicine has such a record
of cures of feminine Ills.
Hiss LcnaNageL of 117 Morgan Bt.rBuffslo, N. Y writer. "I was
completely worn, out and on the verge of nervous prostration. My back
ached alt the time. 1 had dreadful periods of pain, was subject to fits
of crying and extreme nervousness, and was always weak and tired.
Lydia K. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound completely cured me."
Lydia E. Pinkham's vegetable Compound cures Female Complaints,
such as HaclcBche. Falling and Displacements, and all Organic Diseases.
Dissolves and expels Tumors at an early ntago. It strengthens and
tones tho Stomach, Cures Iloadache and Indigestion and Invigorates
the whole feminine system.
Mrs. Pinkham's Standing Invitation to Women
Women suffering from any form of female weakness are invited to
write Mrs. Plnkham, Lynn, Mass. Her advice Is free.
TO YOUNG PEOPLE A PLEASURE
TO OLD PEOPLE A TREASURE
TO EVERYONE A NOURISHING
A 90 cent Bulletin wtnt d.
last week found a fine gold
watch lor Its owner.
Peter's Messenger Her Ire. Main ?!.
Tall)hos, livery, autoe. 8tk)iki. Blbls.
Knster ergs In large vnilety New
l'lne Inland nrniigia for 20c a dozen
arc to bo found at levy's.
I'loral Parade, Puiudlv) of the Pa
cific, 16 rts at nil newsstands.
Just in Ann nssotlini'iit National
lllscult Co.'s rrurkers. Day & Co.
Ittmnantsnf all descriptions at Whit
ney Ac Marsh's lemnnut vale on Mon
Juki arrived! The llnrst stork of
linens and tow i Is will now be found
The bier that I rally tastes good Is
'talnler beer. And It tnnkes )im strong
Take )our carriage or nulomoblla tu
Hawaiian Carriage Manfg. Co., for up-
You would enjoy tho ntine of com
fort It jou woie II, V. 1). underwear
sold by M. Mclnerny
Mrs, Kcnnis' Hawaiian preserves and
chutney packed and shipped by every
rtcamcr. Order a case.
The committee for Moloknl will sail
tomorrow evening nt 7 o'clock and re
turn Monday morning. .
Denny & Co. rent automatic sewing
machines, $1. per week or (3 a month.
Phone Main i 88. Fort SL
The I-anal Investigating rommlttie
has imslpoutd its visit to that island
until Friday of next week.
Hxport Hat Cleaners, rt St., opp.
Club stables, do best work in Panama,
straw or felt. Work guaranteed.
Election of olllcers fur tho ensuing
lenr at the regular meeting of tho Ho
nolulu Hlks tonight.
The Salvation Army will hold special
services In their hall at King and Nuu
aim streets tonight nt 8 o'clock. Kv
erU)dy Invited to attend.
Don't full to attend the fair at tho
Pnlamn Settlement April C. Tho ob
ject Is for the betterment of the min
ing facilities In that district.
Low prices at tho Now England Dak
ery. There was a general closing up of
business houses nnd bunks throughout
the city today on account of Good Fri
day. The Promotion Commltteo did not
hold a meeting )csterday for tho rca
con that a majority of tho member
attended the funeral of Mr. Nolle.
Tho Chlneso Alohas will hold a reg
ular meeting on Sunday, April 1st, at
7 p. m. In their clubhouse on Dowselt
Inne. All members nre requested to
At the Kamcliamehn Alumni Club
houso this evening there will bo an
imtiortatit meeting of that society's
committee on the Olcson Invitation
News has been received telling of
the advent of u II It lu win to Mr. and
Mrs. Frank ,11. Drnko at San Francisco.
Mrs. Drake was formerly Mary (lod
frey of this city.
Mr. Schti)ler, the expert on dams,
will leavo San Francisco for this city
tomorrow. Ho has been engaged by
tho Joint legislative committee to pass
ah opinion on tho Nuuanu dam.
The enlarged Gartley photograpliB,
which will be sent to tho Mainland for
advertising purposes by the Promotion
Committee, aro on exhibition at tho
(ommlltea rooms. Suitable titles for
the same are asked for from tho gen
eral public Ca'l around and see them
nnd then Rugitesl jour life Pi"li for
mat purpose will bo furnished b) Sec
The Settlement pcoplo on Moloknl
report that the nnest iklnil of weather
prevailed on tho day that the members
cf the Legislature was supposed to
visit them, but who postponed tho
visit on account of tliu threatening bad
weather. The nea at tho landing was
said to be exceptionally smooth. Tho
luau prepared for the visitors was kept
from spoiling by tho settlement people.
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Regarding the different methods put
forth with u view to raising additional
revenue that may be needed to carry
on present Immigration work, J. A.
McCandless la greatly In favor of :i
graduated Income lax. He considers
It a very tmwlso proposition to raise
tho present tax rate of one per cent on
He suys; "I maintain that the way
to get that money Is out of u progres
sive income tax. Let the rich men
Ktnnd It, If they will benent by It. I
believe the Supremo Court would stand
by n graduated Income tax. Whllo 1
thoroughly bellevo that a man with
an Income of a thousand dollars should
pay something, still 1 would not In
crease the tax on small Incomes. Let
those who aro well able, thoso who
will receive the moro Immediate ben
efits from the Introduction of labor,
hear the principal weight of the burden."
The mark of the Hlghett-Qrade Den
tifrice, the standard In every country
1 In the world, la 80Z0D0NT.
Hot Cross Buns
THE PALM lmi a splendid assortment of novelties
Eggs dyed any color in gicat variety.
Patrons will kindly send in orders early for
Hot Cross Buns.
6 HOTEL STREET
PHONE MAIN 3U
We Just Got 'Em
New Lot SPRING SUITINGS just arrived.
We make 'em to your measure at ready-to-wear prices.
$20 to $30
Geo. A. Martin, Hotel St.
A RAINIER TOAST
A toast, the Kamaaina!
Though tourists help a lot,
They're but a passing fashion,
He's "Jonnie on the spot!"
The tourist says "Aloha,"
He always has his say,
The kamaaina feels it
For loved Hawaii Nei.
New strength and vigor in every
drop. RAINIER BEER.
C A. Nelson, Agt. Phone Main J33J
I I A TfiA'C HAS A NEW LINE OF
J. LAMJU & C0Bgian clothes
Hotel Street Store
AND THE DEPOT FOR D083 OF
THE ROAD OVERALLS. f.
ONE OF MANY OF M'GALL'S PATTERNS
a JW HtmMi t
At E, W. Jordan
& Co., Limited
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