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BVKN1N0 ntlM.BrlN, HOil)MJI,U, T. It.. SATtlHIMY. APRIL. 13. 1907.
! Mlsheri Kvery Day Kxccpt Sunday
'20 King Street, Honolulu,
T II., by tho
DULL. TIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
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Territory of Hawaii, )
First Judicial Circuit.)
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of tho Ilullctln Publishing Comimny,
Limited, being first duly sworn, on
oath deposes and says: That tho fol
lowing Is a true and correct state
ment of the circulation for tho week
ending I'rlday, April 12th, 1907, of
the Dally and Weekly Editions of the
fUrenlntinn nt Evening Bulletin
Saturday, Apr. G 2603
Mondav. Anr. 8 2372
Tuesday. Apr. 0 2311
Wednctdav. Anr. 10 . ... 2317
Thursday, Apr. 11 . ...2338
Friday. Apr. 12 2320
Average daily circulation . . . .2377
Circulation of Weekly Bulletin
Tuesday, Apr. 9. 1907 . . .2612
Number of weeklies delivered on
Island of Hawaii alone . 1140
Combined guaranteed average
circulation . . . -1080
BULLUTIN PUULISHINO CO., LTD,
bV C. O. llOCKUS,
Subscribed and sworn to be
fore mo this 13tli day of
fSKAI April, Anno Domlul,
P. II. nURNBTTB.
Votary Public, First Judicial Circuit
AP1UL. 13. 1907.
Theoiloro Uoocclt has called more
men liars and written more messages
than any other President of tho Unit
Wallach seems to have swatted the
mrk nf milillc onlnlon and opened the
way for nil futuro quacks to get freo
iidvcrtlslng by practising In Hnwnll.
Since Jack London Is to await nr-
rlval In Honolulu beforo decorating
his Smirk, sonieono should lay In a
supply of red paint to mnko his stay
Anyway, Thaw Is Bald to have
'iomo oft with Using colors" In Ills
sennco with a lunacy commission
This brings up tho old question of
whether the examiner or the oxam
li.cd Is tho lunatic, anyway.
Hae a enro about this bonding
business If It amounts to tho Terri
tory buying County bonds without
check. What's worth doing. In the
way of Improving s)stcms of govern
ment. Is worth doing right.
All Hall tho House. It works ov
ertlmo when on occasion it becomes
necessary to waste a fow moments
In nlry persiflage. This was never
known In tho ilass when tho over
tlmo was taken nut In an extra ses
sion. WaB Thaw guilty of murder? Let
each answer tho query as suits lilin
bent. The world would lose nothing.
If he wcro convicted of manslaughter
end put where his futuie education
lor at least twenty years would be as
sured. "Tho other fellers hnil 'em." la tlv
lesponse to Hllo's criticism passed
upon tho Fountain Pen Supervisor
That should bo sufficient to satlsfi
anyone, providing tho present solone
mnko ns good uso of them as the oth
Tho Senate committee has passed
toiind Judgment on the Insane As
lum bill to Increase fees nnd create
dunl nuthorlts-. Thero Is much room
for Improvement In tho law for coni
mltment of Insane persons. The bill
In question stinted at tho wrong end.
W. T. Stead bush tho peace of tho
world Is thieateued by IrresponHlblo
nowspapors. It renujns to bo ex
plained whethor tho irrcspoiislblc3
uru made up of I ho unholy rich or tho
Individuals termed agitators today
but hailed tomorrow as saviors of hu
man liberty. Stead Is not so bad, but
tho world would bo a freak If run ex
clusively on his plan.
In Its sober moments tho Houso ro
storoil the salary of tho entomolonlst
for tho Board of Agriculture. Now
repeat this wisdom by placing tho
Board of Hoalth bacteriologist again
In tho salary list. Don't let It bo
said of Hawaii that It has by majority
tote not only gone over to quacks and
Inklrs, lint completely deserted mod
ern Bclonee and medicine,
i - '
Opponents of tho Municipal law
stem to forget (but uuy leglslutivo
I limly. whether town, rlty, Stnte iir
j Nntlunnl. Biimtlil lime nil exeuitho
check It la to tlin credit of our iieir
I plo Hint the County system lias been
l ni conducted Hint the neccsslts Tor
nil executive nut the Onu'rnor .
rafcgiiarri is unnecessary to hold down
legislation gone mail. It does not fol
low, however. Hint the local goei
lueiiti should nlwass lie such us to'
gUo free legislative swny.
SCHOOL METHODS IN AMERICA
Illy Bulletin Bookman
Piof. O'Shen has something to say
about this In "The Kindergarten He-
Mew for January.
"Germany Is a military nation, more
so than any other la lltitopo, nmHls
tchools teflect throughout the military
spirit," he writes.
"The classes often begin in the morn
ing before sonic American school chil
dren are out of their beds, and tho
work rushes ahead until eeiilng.
Parents have told me that their chil
dren have almost no free moements."
Think of this
'Thu children In Berlin do not play
while nt school, cien during their re
laxation periods, so-called.
The) walk mound the cotirtjnrds
In a sub lued manner, never daring to
run or Jump or tako part In gntucs.
An American Is always deeply Im
pressed with the striking contrast In
this respect between a Berlin school
and one in New Yoik or Boston or Chi
cago. "The Prussian school bellces In
discipline. A military regime always
lays emphasis on ready obedience to
command nnd respect for authority. It
minimizes or obliterates altogether In
ilUldunl Initiative. Our children are
given n much wider swing than the
German children, and they arc much
Iisb considerate of authority.
I do not mean that tho arc disre
spectful or disobedient; but they nro
less aware of the necessity of keeping
on the lookout for opportunity to show
"The environment of the German
thllil Is filled with persons to whom
obedience must be made."
The result Is that nftcr looking In
to the educational systems of tho
world, Bngland has sent a Commis
sion of Its best educators to study the
American system In America, "to
study methods which seem to best de
velop tho mind of a child and fit him
Yes; tho Bngllsh nro right. Wo
haNo tho type of man. Our chlldicn
ma) not be so servile; they may show
come of their Independent spirit nnd
bo even rude to so dignified a person
ns a Parent; they may talk up to a
minister or a Judge in a truly astoun
ding way, but they develop Into Won
mid women who have blend vnoiigh
for themsehes and to sparo to Bng
llsh Commissions. They know how
to do things with their heads nnd
hands, nnd, by tho Almighty Con
gicss, they aic making tho world
The Amcilcan boy may be annoy
ing and demand moro care; ho re
quires more of his parent's nnd teach
er's time; he Is not eo Ellcnt and ro-
- -n,.wt- -? onoiuig hh
Real Estate Dep't,
Krretania Street $40.00
Nuuanu Valley $50.00
Thurston Avenue $40.00
Kinau Street $25.00
Pciraco'ia Street $25.00
icnmcola Street $30.00
Wilder Avenue $40,00
If.inoa Valley $30.00
Thurston Avenue 0100.
Wilder Avenue $45.00
Bargains in real estate.
For n short time only, we offer a
I'ousa at the Peninsula. Lot 100x150
House modern and well built, $3000.
Henrv Watoiimuso Trust Co,. Ltd.,
CnrDcr Fort aui Merchant Sl
We have marked our Purses and
Pocketbooks and everything In our
Leather Goods away down.
We have a nice line to select from,
CREPE PAPER, all shades.
SPORTING GOODS of all descrip
tions. TOYS for Birthday gifts always on
A Fine Line of PICTURES.
The Place To Go For These Things.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd
71, 73, 75 KING ST. ,
ft GENEROUS BEAR
When Hie great earthquake and re
sultant conflagration Jmt a car
r.go wrought such havoc In San Fran
cisco, the stricken people turned with
empty hands to tho flic Insurnnco
companion for relief, confidently, ex
pecting that In their hour of need the
protection for which they had been
patiently paying through tho pros
perous jonrs would bo promptly
forthcoming. But, nlas! disappoint
metn followed disaster! The compa
nies In mnny cases wcro unequal to
the occasion, and In mnny others un
willing to mnko good. Compromise
nnd repudiation wcro tho order of
the day. At this crisis, prompted by
t. rare sonso of fairness nnd n com
mcndnblo appreciation of obligation,
one company roso In Its great
strength nnd dlslilbutcd J2,G5r.,291,-
9" nmnngst Its policyholders, paying
their claims In full, nsklng no favors
and exacting no discounts. And this
fair and generous nctlon at onco
placed The California Insurnnco Co,
of San 1'ranclsco nt tho very head of
the list of popular and trustworthy
companies doing business In Califor
nia. This company now has an agen
cy In Honolulu In tho ofTIco of Trent
.t Co., at 910 Fort Street. It Is pop
ularly known ns "Tho Company That
tpectful nt tnblo; he may talk when
we want to talk. He is moro natural
nml therefore moio normal than the
Kuiopeaii boy, and, on the whole. Is
better In his morals and genuine nn
titre, ns a boy. Ho is moio whnlo
tome, more evolutionary. He Is it
green apple when ho ought to be
green not nn unripe' fruit yellowed
Into seeming ripeness beforo his time.
Your Immature applo tastes bad; It
Is sour. But that Is tho way It ought
to bo If sou want an ultimate, perfect
product. If as an unripe upplo It Is
mild and shows turning bo sure
there is a worm in tho toro; it Is dls
So with the normal bos'. Ho Is full
of Impulses, generally savage. Ho
lebcia against restraint. Ho likes to
Inako n nolso and express himself In
his bolstcious way. Ho likes to tease,
to banter, to break conventions as
well as dishes, llo doesn't like "man
tiers" which nro artificial; he hates to
It still, which Isn't natural; ho does
n't caio for" dignity or reverence.
Rhlcli are often false, accoidlng to
Cur notions; ho would lll.u to bo a
whooping, blood-curdling, tomahawk
Hinging Indian, which Is Just tho
light Eort of u nature for a growing,
But to nil but lovers of nature nnd
philosophers of life this Is distressing,
as distressing ns It Is fur nn old lieu to
.eo her dear little ducks get Into tho
water. Such u entastropht shocks
Iter instincts. But she is wrong and
to nro we. Tho boy Is right uml no
nro tho ducks.
Can you mould your boy according
to tho old standard nnd not hurt Ills
Jcclopmcnt. Curb his best instincts
SEE THOSE NEW
45 inches wide and in the following
Price $1.50 yd.
lien) and Ihcic. .Make him a "little
I gentleman" nt tho expense of miinll-
iiicss. Cut ort the buds or protulso ns,
ltxcreKOlles, Keep him In the nttl-
tuiln of a Prince nnd dress htm like.
' n King. Itiuerent not only to God In
u formal, fluakcr-llke way, hut to a
i host of heaenly and terrestrial til
i Unities who ner wcro gods.
Certainly children must be taught
omcthlng. They must line a respect
for sacred things, and for persons
Who deserve respect. But nil this
tan be required without offending tho
renso of Independent c In u child.
hot them tnlk to God ns they would
to n friend, If they wish. Say ns my
little four- car-old child sass In her
piny. "God, sou arc very good gencr
nlls', sou don't often mnko mistakes
Sou mako Jt rain sometimes when
It wsts tho clothes, but 1 wont spank
Sou this time." Such talk would
tbock many n mother and father and
tho talk would be conectcd. But
that Is entirely unnecessary at this
ttnge. The proper reverence will
tome. It will grow when tho little
girl sees how the hue of God Influ
ences tho nets of men.
We do not need to enforce militar
ism or curb all the legitimate forces
tf n child's untitle.
If tho Mnsclcy Commission or any
other Commission who romo to us
want to find out why wo aro success
ful nationally and IndhMtmlly, they
most look into this phase of tho sub
ject, for it Is tho key to our primacy.
And Oils freedom of development
ghes moral foicc, too.
heaving out foreign nnd amalga
mated forces the unfinished piotes
ces nf lcacnlng now going on In our
country there Is not another nation
whoso innate purity, honesty, mid
morality In all relations of life Is so
denr nnd deep nnd persistent. No
where clso Is there more genuine per
ception of the higher deeds of life; In
perhaps no other place Is (litre mole
teal religion. If tho Flench Comnils
tlon that enmo to find out why Amer
icans aro "so Ingenious and so In
ventive so forceful in execution"
will stiuly this child question they
will get tho nnswer to their question.
And If the German Kmpcror, who
wnntu to "Infuse homo of tho Amer
ican spirit" Into his institutions of
learning, will study our child life,
which so many of his subjects aro an
noyed by when they mmo here, ho
will bo utile to Kiho tho problem
without borrowing from us our Uni
versity professors by the lourtesy of
It Is perfectly disgusting to hear
tho oi dlnnry criticisms passed by
come foreigners who have come to
merlcn anil nro shocked by tho ac
tion nf the incrngo American child.
1hoio bright, pcrhnps "saucy", bus's
and girls aro wi different fiom their
own offspring that they recoil In hor-
Walt nnd see! Turn the unpromis
ing, Independent, tinninnnercd Lin
coln Into a man anil t-co how mnny
acre J nf Buropean brains his will cov
er. Give tho nancy, spoiled Itoosovelt
boy 10 sears nnd seo what ho comes
Walt for old Clemen's "obslrcner-
ous, dam, good-for-nothing hoy" to
mature and sec how tho unrestrained
elements hnvo growmjluto the com
pleted Stark Twain! A man sound
to the core upon cery public qucs
Oh, sch. You must use common
censu In tho bringing up of chlldicn
as well as In tho raising of horses and
Ami until very recent times we,
iven In America, liavo dono Ilttlo elso
with our blessed children than to
Ill II JM .i M
A man came. Into our town,
His mime, I think, was Hicks.
Ho wished to open up a htoro
And with tho merchnnU mix.
Ills storo was piled with fancy goods,
Hut ho was In a fix;
Ho had no clerks to help him out,
So ho lulled "Main 2-5-6."
NoxtYiornlng when he oponed up
Thciu wcro clerks, homo flvo or six;
They claimed to know thu business
And were on to all its ttlclts.
Now how mo people (o And out
What l'o for sale, thought Hicks;
1 guess thu best thing I can do
Is call "Muln 2-5.6."
Ills goods all hob llko bileks of gold,
Did ho regict It? Nix!
llo left tho Htoro, to work no moro,
With millions flvo or six.
"Whoio did s'ou got theso millions,
Asked the Ilttlo win of Hicks;
"I hopo sou didn't (heat tho folks
With mean and low-down tricks."
"Not so," teplled the father wise;
"I got In my lino licks
With u big ad. I always Mad
Kim In 'Main 2.5.0'."
"Win li Mm eonie liouift (hunk. ou
sen eierythliig double."
"Yes, but Isn't It a blessing ono
doesn't fell tUIugs double, too J" Ibid.
IPwS VMCQU Jm
VRS. ADDIE HAttDINd.
MUS. ADDin HARDING, 810 Court
street, Ky rnctise, X. V., writes t
"I hnvo boon a user of Pcruna for tho
lut twclvo)cars and can truthfully say
that thero Is no better incdlclnoon earth.
"With molt Is a sure prcventlvo for
colds nnd many
other llln. In my
homo can always
bo found a bottlo
of Pomps. Two oMbreo times a j-car 1
nm troubled with my throat.
"I nlwas's had to have the fervlecs of
my ph)'slclan two or three, lime In
"Although a iiSer of reruns. I never
thought of taking 11 for my lhru.il until
about two years ago.
"I tried Peruna to check It, and toni
great delight 1 was not troubled with
tho smothered and choked feeling nnd
nover bavo since,
"I can check It every tlmo with
"t certainly would not bo without
Peruna ono minute."
Tho fight against consumption is be
coming n national problem.
llvcrywhero wo bear of sanitariums
established at tho expense of tho stato
for tho treatment of tho vast army of
Tho open air treatmont, fresh air and
sunlight, aro rccognlreil by tho medical
profession gononlly ns being tho great
cat nocesiltles In tlui treatment of con
sumption In nil of Its stages.
Ur. llartman has for many jears ad
vocated tho fresh nlr treatmont for con
sumption. At llio sanio tlmo ho lins
recognised Pcruna nx iiii'oful palliative
for Hie many illstremlnj: symptoms
hblch oceonipuiy tin, wjjitu ubguo
For special directions everyone should read "The Ills of Life," a cop
runa Is for sale by the following druggists and will supply the retail trade
Smith &. Co., Hobron Drug Co., Honolulu, Hawaii.
Says Harriman Should
Be Given a Term
Chliiigo, 111., Match 31. Tho In
ter Oiean will jii hit tho following
fiom Washington tomoriow:
"If I had my way I'd put H. II.
Ilairliiiau In tho pcnltentlars'," de
clared Bcnntor Cullom of Illinois, an
he emerged from tho Whllo Hoiibo In
dus'. Senator Cullom Intimated thut
ho had told tho Pieshlcnt tho sumo
thing. Cullom explained that ho be
lieved that Hnrilmnu deserved a term
In prison for Ills lluauclng methods
In connection with tho Chicago & Al-
costs but a very little more
than you used to pay for plat
edwarc, but it will last a
Wc have a large stock of
all the late patterns.
HEW YORK PRICES
MRS. MART METER. MRS.FMNCE3 WILSON.
Jlrs. Mary "Meyer, Thomon avenue,!
icar Shell Koad, WInlleld, h. Y., U. Y.,
"I liavo been annoyed with a cough
"Of ten It was so bad that I could not
sloop half tho
plo thought I had
WAS f EARED.
"A womnn recommended Peruna to
mo two years ago. I began to talco
Pcruna and now 1 am perfectly free
from a cough.
"1 om glad to say that Pcruna cured
mo entirely. I tako Peruna occasion
all' when 1 do not feet well nnd I also
glvo It to my children.
"Peruna is tho best medlctno for
coughs anil tcold. I liavo told man'
peoplo how much Pcruna has helped
Pcruna tends to lessen tho cough, de
creases tho expectoration, strengthens
the patient, Increase, tho appetite and
In many cases procures sound, refresh
llut tbovaluo of Pcruna In tbo treat
ment of a caso of consumption Is not so
great ns itils In tho prevention of con
sumption, Hlnco it Is well known that consump
tion begins with n common cold or ca
tarrh, any mcdlclno that can bo relied
upon to relievo theso must ho regarded
as a prcventlvo of consumption.
Thousands of cases of Incipient con
sumption, or chronla coughs, or settled
eohU, liavo reported Peruna as being a
safo and reliable remedy fur these all-ia:ui'-
ROYAL HAWAIIAN HOTEL
THE ONLY TROPICAL HOTEL IN HONOLULU.
Meals scivcd out of doors on large semi-circle verandas. The only
first-class hotel in Honolulu that serves ou the American plan.
AMERICAN PLAN DINNER, $1.00.
Meals served American or European plan.
H. BEWS. Mgr.
fl aance on arrival ot Alameda o
Ion Itailio.id, especially In tho Issuol fiocrnor of tho Prima In what
ol $::S,00(l,(l(M) of bonds. Ho wild that I trade ueie ou liofmo sou weio uiii
Iho lnestoiH In llii'sn lionils. In hlsi Vlctcd?
opinion, weio certulu to 1om money
on them while Harilm.in reaped a
Cullom was asked whether tho
fUato of Illinois would bo able to lu
nlldato tho bonds.
"I doubt It," ho teplled. "Ctnorn
or Deneen Is giving tho subject ton
stdcr.itlon, but 1 do nut know that
anything tan be dono about It."
Senator Cullo'ii Indicated that llo
thought thut PicdMnnt Hoosovolt was
of the same oplnlt n. but said that ho
had not taken up inllio.id affairs In
detail with him.
"I bclluvo thnt'CongicRH bhould go
Blow," said Sonator Cullom, "and
thoiild bco how tho law as It now
Btuiuls works out. Wo do not want to
do tins thing ladlial, calculated to
hinder inllroad development. Wo nto
not lendy to tear up tho tics or ans--thing
of that soil Just yet,"
Senator Cullom dlsciishcd tho tola
Hon between Perioral anil Stato legis
lation anil thought It tuudvlbuhln to
do anything to oienlilu thu rights of
TI10 'Meal Department
OPENS AT 0:30 a. m.
CLOSES AT 8 11. m.
Accommodations for largo parties
at a later hour may be arranged,
(' -OVpf f"1! T J5WT ft
Mrs Trances Wilson,. 12 Nelson street,
CUnton, Mass., writes:
Had you seen mo at the tlmo of my
Illness and now, you would not wonder
that 1 tiko delight In sounding thu
praises of Peruna.
"My ailment was a severo cold w lilrli
attacked thobronchlal lulKSaiid lungs.
"I followed yolirspoelal directions anil
after using six bottles of Peruna I was
on my feet again.
"I think Pcruna a wonderful medi
cine." Tho promptness with which Peruna
relieves a fresh cold, and even removes
chronic colds, that liavo become
thoroughly established, is well-
out tho on tiro
rnnfcs Peruna as it
reliable, prophylactic against consump
tion. Mr. Wm. Sw aln, 421.-. Stiles street, W.
Philadelphia, Pa., writes:
"lleforo I commenced taking Permu
1 had used almost everything I could
think of fur catarrh,
"I felt so tired when getting up In the
morning nnd my lungs felt dry ami
soro. No ono who has not experienced
It can Imagine how I suffered.
"I tried nearly ovorythlng recom
mended, but nothing did mo any per
"Tho first bottlo of Pcruna did lite eo
much good that I continued taklnz It
until completely cured,
"I cannot praise Peruna high enough.
1 w Ish overy ono could know of It."
Those sufforlng from mill can do
nothing1 better than to prreure a bottlo
ot Pcruna and glvo It a fair trial.
of which surrounds each bottle. Pe.
In Honolulu, Hawaii: Dcnson,
ccurnng every three weeks
Prisoner I was a 'cellist In an nr
chestia. (lovcrnor Well, then, we'll i,ct 5011
to work sawing wood. Slmpllilsslmiis.
Uncle And how are ou getting oil
Fritz Oil, all light, except iiilthmc
tle, and that hurts awfully. Kllegcndo
lllnnk hooka of nil sorts, ledgors,
etc. manufactured by tho Ilullctln Pub
The Best Chronuuraph for the mon
ey In the world for sale by
M. R. Counter,
THE JEWELER, v'
1112 FORT ST.
.J0HN M. DAVIS,
1250 FORT ST. near OP.PH.EUM.
PHONE MAIN '.17.
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