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Votary Public, first Judicial Circuit
I HI IISHAV
Apittt, ii, no;
HEALER" vs. "HEELER."
Hillings in nic b) Judge Do Unit In
tho Will liuh disc hno Ihcu paral
leled h some uhhcners with tho at
titude tiken by tho Judge when, urg
ed In n kindl. jur). he released a
man contlcted of mansljtighter'upot.
the payment of a lino of $1
Tho Ilulletlu has no Intimate
knowledge of tho rullug3 of the
Judge lie)ond tho alleged surprise of
the attorney for tho defense that tho
ordlct of tho Jury waa so faron
trary to tho charge fnuirablo to tho
It Is certain, however, thfit nn ev
erlasting dUgrace woujd bo commit
ted It n court of Hawaii should go on
leemd as having been so (ompletol)
carried off Itu feet, as was a legisla
tive bod), by tho ' hoorj)
pa I lory
This man Wnllich has been bofore
the public as a liciilcr" nnd as sin h
tins attracted considerable! attention
Ab this papor understands It, his ap
pearance boforo Hid Court wus mure
In the capacity of a heeler ' In poll
tics. As n healer ho Insulted the
I!otto of HepresontutlvcH nnd won Its
fawir. As n heelci he cither Insulted
tho Court or proved himself n sciond
Hairlmnn, when on the order of the
Court to answer a (luestlon ho re
sponded that 111 j fumed lemcd) Is
composed of tar mid salad oil It r
.mains to ho sicii whothni lliu Court
pissing on tho heolci will bo moved
li) tho samo howl fioui Hit) gait; lies
Hint sn)cd tho judgment of those
pausing nn the healer
Hegnrdless of what humnnlt) inn)
HilnU of tho icjntlvv inorits of St la
ion's Oil or Wallach s remedies or
plnn tar for pilo people, tho mput.i
bio, honest citizens of thn 1'ultcd
Ftates of America havo but ono ver
dict for tho man who ns u heeler or
tho agent of n hcnloi debases tho pui-
lty of tho ballot People miij 1,111
tlie.mt.ohe3 with drugs or dlo for
want of drugs, but the pntilotlc men
of tho country lovolt against the;
innn or men Knowingly partuipating
In a debauch of tho ballot
Don t let It bo said that a man put
on trial for pcijur) In (onmctlon
Willi nn diction has been tried and
renlemcd on popular piojucllios re
pnrdlng his alleged moilt in demerit
as a l.ealer of sores oi a poifict fakir
PAY FOR ENTOMOLOGISTS.
INpeclally do tho lopresontntlves
of small Industries nnd of Kuleame
tioldeis miiko n must ntiforttmnto or
mi In an attiul; on tho olllcors of thn
Hoard of Agrliulturo, followed by
it dm I Ion of tho falarlea of men llko
Hntoinologlst Craw, I'orLStcr llosmor
nnd Iholi utisorlatos
Thtko scientists nro looking nftor
tho Interests of thn Hmall agilcultiii
at pioducor. Iho big Intoicsts havo
monoy ouough to pay for suih hi Ion
tlllt uiLii ns thsy ma) netd to pio-
ted Hiiim from tho Ic.it-hoppcr nnd
Hut whore will tho small tnro fai
mor or tho frult-giower bo If a pest
comes to these Islands which will do
ttrny their pioduct?
.Soma thoughtlpss person may si)
It It Nm enough l worr) when tho
I est mine Then It will lie nm late
entomologist Craw Is saving t lie ,
Itlzi'iis with small homes thousands
of dollars b) his careful work In pin-1
txtlng the Island from tho Intro
iiurtlnn of pesta which would nttuck I
their food-plants, to sn nothing of
hU research nnd stud) to routiner tho
food plnilt enemies til read) here
Tho llullctln sees no Immediate de
mand for ii new executive olTlcer of
the Hoard of Agriculture who might
roasounbl) retiulre n largo silnr). To
reduce tho salary of n man like Crow
or liU associates In the department Is
California Is read) to po) Crnw nil
that Hawaii gives him nnd then add
com? to that.
WALLACH'S FREE AD.
Who will sax that ,t I.or Wnllach
cannot euro lepros) or all) otlur old
ttouble when one sees that ho Is nine
lo brow bent u whole communis nnd Its
leprescntnttves, nil convinced that ho
Is a supreme fnl.er Into allowing him
to mc the tmforluuntc wards of the
Tcrrltorv as his advertising tnidlum
U HONOLULU WEATHER V
5l X )I X X a K J.' X V X X X V If , 51 X
Temperatures t, n in, Gfi, S a m ,
W,, 10 a in, 71, noon, 73, morning
Hanimeter, S u in , 30 li, nbsoluto
iiiunldltv. 8 it tu, 5 110 grains per
t utile foot, relative hiimldlt), 8 a m,
71 per cent, dew point, 8 n in , 5S
Wind 0 n III, veloclt) S, dliecllein
N i: , 8 a 111, veloclt) 10, dliectlon
X t: , 10 ii in , velocltv 12, direction
C E , noon, velocltv 11. direction X K
Il.ilnfall dining 21 hhurs ended 8 n.
in , 01 Inch.
Total wind imminent ditiliig 21
bonis ended at noon jrJ in Ik.
WM 11 SIOCKMAM.
Section Director U S. Vcatlier Uuroau
Nows tins been received from Mnulun this owning nt 7 30 nt tho Moana
that In (onsequenco of tho letter tli.it
Secrotar) Atkinson sent nsklng tint
a stut bo inndo to arrange for tho
prepniatlons for tho entertainment
of the Congressional pirt), a meet
ing was held nt Hie Walluku couit
hoiue, at which litdgo Kcpolltal pre
sided, while O II Cnic acted ns sec
rctar) Tho following committer wns cho-t-en
to take charge of tho matter: J.
N S Williams, C. I). Lutl.ln. Judgol
McKn), ludgo Kepolkal, 1". V Hnld-
win, I) C Llndsiy nnd C II Wells
In track games held Jfirch SO nt
Los Angeles, Stanford beat the I nl-
versltv of Southern Cnllfomln by tho
loio scoro of (it to H9 Tho South
irn Cillfornla men broke n Coast
record In the mile rein), doing tho
dlstanio In 1 J9 1-2
UVlTMUX2 IMUUKI A vnx
u Unnnliilu H t.
Real Estate Dep't,
?eretania Street $40,00 '
Nuuanu Valley $50 00
Thurston Avenue $40.00
Ktnau Street $25.00
Peniacola Street $25.00
Pensacola Street $30 00
wilder Avenue S40.00
Manoa Valley $30.00
Thurston Avenue $100.
Wilder Avenue $45.00
Bargains in real estate.
Foi a short time only, we offer a
1'ousq at the Peninsula. Lot 100x150
House modern and well built, $3000.
Wanry Watorhouse Trust Co.. Ltd,
Corner Fort ani Merchant Sts
We have marked our Purees and
Pocketbooks and everything In our
Leather Goods away down.
We have a nice line to select from.
CrtEPE PAPER, all shades.
SPORTING GOODS of all descrip
tions. TOYS for Dirthday gifts always on
A Fine Lino of PICTURES.
The Place To Go For These Things.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Lid
71, 73, 75 KING ST.
it ill MrTiffri':irr-i' VtMfiHllrtift. m'mmuiw
A GENEROUS BEAR
When the grcnt carthquako nnd re
sultant conflagration just n jenr
r,go wrought such h.ioc In Sin Ernn
elsco, the strtcl.en people turned with
empt) linnds to the lire Insurance
companies for relief, confidently ex
pecting that In their hour of need tho
ptotectlon for wh(ch thoy had been
patlentl) pnjlng through the pros
perous jears would be promptly
forthcoming tint, nlnsl disappoint
mctn followed dlsaetcrt Tho compa
nies In many cases wcro unequal to
tho occasion, and in many others tin
willing to make good. Com promise
nnd repudiation were tho order of
the day. At this crisis, prompted by
r- rnro sense of fairness nnd n com
mendable appreciation of obligation,
one company rose In Its gro.it
itrongth nnd distributed S2,rri5,291
(.1 nmongst Its pollc) holders, p,i)lng
their claim In full, nsklng no fnors
and exacting no discounts. And this
fair nnd genctous action at onto
placed Tho California lnsurnnco Co.
of Sin l'ranelsco nt the ory bead of
tho list of popular nnd trustworthy
cotnpiuUs doing business In Califor
nia This company now has nn agen
cy In Honolulu In tho office of Trent
.t Co, nt 31G Port Street It Is pop
iil.il ly kcovv n as "Tho Company That
K K K ' X Ji S X a K R 3 3t V K
?( VI V V V V- V X K 51 K V K
A public band mmert will bo gl-
Hotel, tho piogratn being as follows:
Murch "Inspection" Low
Ovei lire" "Springtime" .. . Kllng
Lallid "Dream On, Dour Child"..
Grand Selection: "Jerusalem". Verdi
Vocal Hawaiian Songs
nrr. by llorgcr
(n) '(lovotto" (b) "Hiibniiern". .
Waltz: "l'hiintonis" (liing'l
nniilf "i:g)ptl.in l,ntior..Str.intz
'Tho Stai-Spauglcd llanncr"
Blank books of nil sorts, loJgcrs
etc. manufactured by tho Bulletin Pub-
! shlng Company.
Tiie Meal Department
OPENS AT 6:30 a. m.
CLOSES AT 8 d. m.
Accommodations for largo parties
at a later hour may be arranged.
The count will be published tomor
No contest ever held in the Islands
has aroused the general and unhcr-i
sally favorable interest that has been '
stirred up by the Bulletin's Pacific!
States Tour for Hawaii s young la
dies. Everybody has been asking for
the day of the first count so they may
know who is entered and who needs
Tho Bulletin antic nates some very
interesting surprises, judged by the
mass of votes, coming in from the
other Islands. The prospects now arc
that the contest will start with the
largest preliminary vote that has ev
er been known here.
Hawaii is out hot-foot for its fav
orites and Hilo and the Hamakua
Coast intend to have more than one
in the final lucky Six, and perhaps
three, if such thing is possible, and
it is if they get the votes.
Someone has said that the people
of Oahu have the advantage. It is a
wcttv safe prediction that the first
tount will show this to be entirely
wrong. It will be lcmarkablc in
deed if a representative of each Isl
and of the group is not found in the
final list and some have promised that
the outsiders will take them all
The girl who gcU the largest num-
ber of subscribers is the young lady
who will head the van, regardless of
the Island she may hail from.
Watch for the count tomorrow.
Ballots received after 4. o'clock this
afternoon will be reckoned on next
week's count. The ficurcs published
tomorrow wilb be the record of the
ballots deposited up to 4 o clock this
Oct Friday's paper.
Honolulu, Ap. 1 1 tli, '07.
Manager Bulletin Contest: Willi
enclosed votes it is desired to place
in the Bulletin's Pacifio States Tour
Contis the name of Miss Mabel Kin
ney, one of Hawaii's bright young
teachers, nowvin her first term of
teaching. Miss Kinney received her
caucniion ai runanou v-ouege anu ui
me onnai acnooi, anu is ai prescn
assistant at tne waiKiKi school, isotn
in and out of school her friends arc
legion and no doubt they will see to
li imuwncn " votes ure uimiiy Ilan t,mt Ul0 luttcrlologlst hil
counted she "mil be found to nave)0thlnB , llo ,, ,)UB1Ii lmt KnmUa
sufHcicnt to entitle her to a place .... r(eicd him to sit down.
with the "Lucky Six".
Abuse Of Privilege Is
Willi tin1 few- pasi-euger sleniuriH
nou on Iho run between Honolulu and
San rranclscii tho 'booking mil'iince"
has icachi'd an cxtcn' which Is (mixing
n grcnt deal of dlscatlsfnctlou. In
onlci to bo suio to Mt nvv.i coplo
will book on two, tluco or KomUliniM
four skaiuors ut ouco and thus tho
lists will bo kept filled up till Just be
foio sailing tills means that thu
peoplo who conio later cuuno toll t'n
pcihapH thioii or four lmtnn boioio Hi
steamer Is lo sail whether thty can
get passago or not.
Man) ptopla liool: In itWm.cci of tho
limn when they leally iiitcud In go,
mIni;, "Well I might bo able to git
uwn) bv that tlinc." Tho lesult ol .
this Is that many who uctuull) wlHb
lo go on this boat nie forced to wait I
till tho last niluuto tu II ml out whether j
.hero Is room on tho ship. v
Iho Aiucrliaii-IIuwtillau line, which I
entries passengers on sonic of 11b ves-
sols will get lid of this double, by
mailing each person who books put up
n deposit of $10, which will ho for-1
felted If tho booking is camelled. In I
speaking of this (inla C. I. Morse,
of that lino, billet' '
"I huvo nlteudy moio bookings for
tho Xovudan which will wll for San
i'lauclseo on April -0 than shu can
i.nrj, but I kuou that ono or two of
ththo peoplo hsivo left for tho Coast
nlu.uh and that others nro hooked on
at least thieo steamers before, tho Nc-l
vadaii siiIIb Ilcicafter wo will renulio
a depoult on all bookings I am not
doing tills an a ptotuctlon to thn com-i
pan) but to piotect Its pattous. In ,
order that Ihcj bin) bo ecrtalii when
thej book that tl cj into obtain nc- ,
(Continued on Page 8) I
Clinrles Lake, a earpentor funnel
1 tu tjio employ of Lucas llios, was
held for trial bofoto the CJIicult Court'
this morning by Judgo Whitney on
a th it go of embezzlement. Lako was
li nued to tho Dun ell Construction
Co with buvciul otliei workmen by.
Luc is llros and drew pay from Lu
cas llros , at tho same tlmo getting
$tiil ndvnuco cm hjs wages finm Iho
tlutroll people, whence tho chnigu
whlth wns heal d loila).
Ludicrous Action Taken
IN APPROFRUTI IN BILL
The Heprescntativcs Insert an Item
Which Uovcrnor Carter Had
Refused to Recom
tiiil O.i) Afternoon Session
Tho afternoon session of tho House
Jesterdny was tho most exciting of
tho tcsslous so far, though tho
chances nic that thcro will bo other
dn)M )et that will bo ecn mora fill
ed with excited doings.
Tho Centura of the day was tho
tow Hint orlglnutcd,lti the, trouble
uct tho Houso Journal. Tills did
not break out Into open luttle, but
tho opposing sides felt cautiously for
imi opening to plant n telling blow,
nnd tho end Is not jet.
Aside from tho action of tho House
Inst week In otlng to ndtnlt tha
ilti.ick, nnd now couWctcd felon, Wnl-
! I.ich In Moloknl, the most surprising,
1 . I.ll..t..u ....! ,.n.,Unr,.a .ll
... . . , . , h
cut cession of tho Leglslntuio Is thu
cutting bit tho pay roll of the llacte
rlologlst and Pathologist on thn
Ftoituds Hint ho is tho man who Is
responsible for peoplo being Bent to
Molikul. I'nll, tho roirlng member
from Kauai, can claim tho more than
doubtful honor of being respoiiBlblo
for this ludicrous notion. He took
tho giound that tho Ilnctcrluloglit
could examine tho lucmbors of tho
Houso nnd find hugs In them, nnd tho
House hastened to block any such
disastrous proceeding by cutting out
tho Hem for Doctor McDonnld's rnt
Kinllm, tho eccentric, wns, of
'course, the ono to start the nan roil
ing When tho Item was leached ho
niov3d that It bo cut out on tho
BI(mn(, tliU t10 doctor litis not ex
nilncd ,)lc mBS tho tnro
,cl of 10 mcmbor fl0m Komil,
, tllcrcroro , I10t llolnB h9 dulNi
u ,,, n,.llle all attempt to ex-
And then enmo fall's tuiii lo muka
himself ridiculous. Ho sprang to his
feet and began to thump tho desk
Mid toar. This man ought not to bo
on tho piv roll nt all. Ho Is a men
ree to tho community. Ho Is tho
one who Is responsible for peoplo be
ing tent to Moloknl l'.ill himself
bad tccu pcisnns at tho settlement
who nro not afflicted with lepros),
i ml this Bacteriologist Is tho ono
who Is nspoiislhlo for their being
there llo might cxumliio tho nieiu
beiii of tho Houso even and llnd hugs
In thorn Ho moved that tho Item
bo stricken ciut.
And thu members hustciied cnthu
ilasllcall) to cut It out.
'Iho Houso did ono good thing
when It put Into tho bill an Item to
pi) (!ov eminent )li)slclans. This
aiiloii Is In dltect opposition to tho
Idem of (lovcrnor Curler, who refus
ed to iccommcnd It President l'lnk
ham, of cotirr.e, was hc.irtll) In favor
of It, but could not pcrsuado tho
Covet nor that tho health of tho pub
lie is not of greater Importune o than
the building of now roads unit tho
patching up nf old whnivcs Hut tho
llouio has attended to tho matter.
costs but a very little more
than you used to pay for plat
edware, but it will last a
We have a large stock of
all the late patterns,
NEW YORK PRICES
ROYAL HAWAIIAN HOTEL
THE ONLY TBOMCAL HOTEL IN HONOLULU.
Meals served out of doors on large semi-circle verandas. The only
first-class hotel in Honolulu that serves on the American plan.
AMERICAN FLAN DINNER, $1.00.
Meals served American or European plan.
H. BEWS, Mgr.
A dance on arrival of Alameda o centring every three weeks.
CREAM PURE RYE
AMERICA'S FINEST PRODUCTION
Rich and Mellow
IMPORTER8 AND DEALERS
602 904 NUUANU 8TREET..
and It Is probnblo that tho Sonata J
will concur In the Insertion of (ho.
Kalolnpu put himself In tho same
class w(th Knnlho nnd l'.ill by ob-
Jcctlng th tho Item for pay of the
Annl)st, becauso ho did not think the
uniclnl Is doing his duty, as ha dues
not travel about tho Islands llko
some other officials'. Haw I Ins mndo
nn attempt to enlighten his collc.iguo
ns to what on analyst Is olid what his
duties nre, s.i)lng that hit could not
run about tho Territory with his of-
lice on his back.
The Houso went Into Committee of
tho Whole at 2:4f to resume Its work
on the appropriation bill,
iioosr roit oidson
On motion of Pall, the Superinten
dent or tho Hoys' Industrial School
wns given 1G0 Instead of stS, as
la tho bill.
Kahnna wanted to Insert Items for
truant tinkers for each of the Coun
ties. Ho wanted to appropriate $1,
00 for Oahu. llefore he got any
further llaw litis wanted tn know
.vhnt ho wns tr)lng to do nn)vv.iy,
nnd If ho did not know thcro was ill
icitly a bill In tho House to make all
pollco officers truant offlrei3.
Long said tho Kducntlon Commit
tee had n bill prcpircd th it would do
away with any such Item, nnd ex-
I cctcd to Introduce It In n few d.i)s
Kahanii said If they woro going to
introduce any such hill let them do
m nt once. He was obstinate and It)1
clsted on going ahead.
Itlce wanted to know tho totnl
amount Knhnnn stated $15,100
Itlco objected that tho Hoard of Ccltr
cation onl) asked $4,800 for truant
emccrH nnd ho would llko to know
why Kahuna wanted to spend so
much money. Ho couldn't bee, mo
wn), wh) tho pollco officers couldn't
do tho work
Qtilnn chipped In with n sarcastic
icmirk about the amount of money
tho Department of IMueutlou Is get
ting Kahuna inmhleil on trjlng to ox
plain wh) lie wanted to waste su
much of the public's monoy. Ho said
If (700,000 Is going to bo spent on
tho schools, mono) ought to bo ap
pmprlatcd tu muku tho children at
tend tho si boold.
Pall moved that action bo deferred,
P1NKIIAM Cl'T. JANITOR HAISHI)
Then Pall moved to slice $50 off
President of tho Hoard of Health
Pliikliaiu's J :i 0 0 salary. Tho amend
ment carried without a word In de
fense of Plnkhum.
'I ha J inltor nnd messenger of tho
Health Department was boosted sit'
Kalclnpu wanted action dcfc'ird
on salary of olllco clctks. It was do
ferted. Thou ho objected to giving
tho sanltar) Inspectors JS'J.GO. llo
thought $"r enough. Itlco thought
it stinnge they should want to cut
down tho balarles of tho Inspectors
vhen they had been boosting ovei)
Knloiopu wanted to know wh.il
IhcMi peoplo nro doing, Ho said the)
linrdl) ever visited tho pol fac lories,
which aro in u most lusiinltui) con
dition. Ho asserted ttiat hu kiew
what lio was talking about.
(lulun hud. his cloubtH about what
Knlelopti know. Ho bald ho know
that tho Inspectors nto working day
and night, fumigating, etc, nnd havo
fo much to do that tho) hive to get
Kahnna also was of tho opinion
that Knloiopu didn't know what' hc
wns talking about. Ho said the lu
bpectois aro doing good wcuk and lots
of It. Ho moved tho Item pass,
Kulclopu refused to subside, llo
got oxclted nnd nssortcd that tho In
spcctois wcro not doing their wink
In nil p.uts of tho city. Ho said ho
know of homo plates tlio iuspei tmii
havo not vUltcd Ho seemed to ob
ject tn tho fait that thn Inspcctois
nniilo homo houso tenants clean theli
own houses Inmead of tho Inspectors
doing tho house-tlcnnlng for them,
i,lid fin that leabtiii be I bought J7T,
enough for them
Cone) nisi) disagreed with tliu man
iiiHiirifii- tiiitx&tlhtii , it
IN FINE WINES & LIQUORS.
PHONq MAIN 308.
fiom tlio I'oiiilh Dlstitct Ho said ho
know the Inspectors nro doing their
work and he illdn t believe tho law
called for the Inspectors to do thu
work of doming other people's
houses and premise's themselves.
KANIHOS UlllTY l'LAt'H
Kanlhti had tho snmo kind of a
hunch that Kulclopu hail. Ho didn't
think', he Bald, that tho Inspcctois
wcro doing their work, becauso thy
had not Inspected the plaro vvliuro
ho Is stuping clncc ho had been thcro.
He knew tlio pinto needed eleinlng
ipml ticeincd lo hold It ns n grlovnnco
against tho Inspectors tiienurn his
pluca is dirty. Xobod) asked vvh) lio
didn't do It himself.
' llesldos," ho sild, "tho Tenltory
has had to pi) somo claims for dam
age cnuscci hy rumigaiiiig nemo uy
the Inspectors Inasmuch as thesa
people are liy and slothful they
ought not lo get $S" f0,"
Itavvllns sild that as a ktiiuuulni
ho wanted to defend this incisure As
n propcrt) -holder ho could vouch for
tho good work of these men "Llgh-t)-tvvo
dollnrs nnd lift) rents Is I It
tlo enough," ho said, "for tlio dan
gers lliey undergo. When I was dep
uty sheriff I c.uuo In closo contact,
with these men, and this amount Is
little enough. I know what took
plnro hero when we hid the e holer i
and when we had the bubonic plaguo
iiml nt other times slnco when wo
huvo had threatened outbrciks. (
hnvo seen theso men get out nnd
work when thcio wns a euro of
plague, nnd beciufcc somo damage ro
lultctl from fumigation Is no reason
wh) the) should bo cut down to $75
r, month "
Pill moved that as there appealed
to ho n light on among tho Honolulu
Ilepicsctilntlvcs, tho Clerk bo dltcct-
cd to summon tho Inspectors to ap
pear before tho committee, nnd that
moantlmo tho Item bo deferred.
Hholdon moved lo split tho differ
ence hy making It $Sl).
IIL'OIILS ON POlHILAlt SIDU
Hughes k.i Id ho was or) much
pleased to ho able to ilso this tlmo on
thu popular side, which was for u
also of sulai) Ho dlilMiot think It
right to Indict the whole hod) of men
foi thu acts done b somo of them.
'Iho wink done b them, ho said,
tpeaks leiudci than words
'Iho motion lo dcfci action can led.
KAWLINS (HITS II CK
Hivvllns got hack b) dcfcnlng no
tion on thn Item for nsslstiiut Hint
tar) Inspector of Illlo. "Wo ought
to hive him hcfiuo us," raid Itlce.
' Wo don't know w lint ho does "
KALHIOPLT KICKS AflAIN
Kulclopu had iinothi r kick com
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The Best Chronograph for.the mon
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1142 FORT ST.
JOHN M. DAVIS,
250 FORT ST. near ORPHEUM.
PHONE MAIN 117.