Newspaper Page Text
RVICKIKO BUI,iETIN, HONOLULU, T. II.. TITSPAY. Al'IUI. 1G. 1007
ALL SOURCES OF HOUSE ECONOMY IN ONE PIECE
A GAS STOVE
wtrm i iiw'iiuri.iwi.aMii'imj. i ""i
Castle ft Cooke, Lid
The Ewn Plantation Co.
The Waialua gricultural Co.
The Koliala Sagur Co.
The Waimca Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Works, St. louis.
The Wnliiaua Water Co., ltd.
The Geo. F. Blake Steam Pumps.
The New England Life Insurance Co.
Tuc Aetna File Inc. Co. of Hartford,
National Fire Insurance Co. of Hart
The American Steam Pump Co.
Wra. fi. Irwin &,CoM Lw
WM. G. inWIN. .President and Mflr.
JNO. D. OPFlECKELS..1st Vice Pres.
W. M. GIFFARD 2d Vice Pret.
H. M. WHITNEY Treasurer
RICHARD IVERS Secretary
W. F. WILSON Auditor
Oceanic Steamship Co., San Francisco,
Western Sugar Refining Co.. San Fran
Baldwin Locomotive Works, Phila
Newall Universal Mill Co. (Manufac
turers of National Cane Shred
der, New York, N. Y.
Pacific Oil Transportation Co., San
W.'W. Wright Co.
have opened a horseshoe
ing department In connec
tion with tholr carriage
hop, etc. ' Having secur
ed the services of a first
class shoer they are pre
pared to do all work In
trusted to them In a first
class manner. '.: :: :: ::
For Over 60 Years
liuuto iimii.i.uflao! Mother &3
forthiirCf lUJJUUN whllsTltUTII. E3
INO. with perfect tucccu. IT c3
Iho IllIlfR. AT.T.Ava' -ll Vi.
cuRiis wiiju couo.'mi iSihS
"Wmcuy loruiAKKHUIA. Bold
T BruCTtbts In every part of Iho
world, llo turo and uk for Mrs.
V, Inilow' Suothlng Syrupnnd ako
- - - vcui twine.
WM. C. IRWlNft C0..LTD.
AOKNTS VOll THE
Royal Insur. Co. of Liverpool, Eng.
Commercial Unicn Assurance Co.,
Ltd., of London, England.
Scottish Union & National Ins. Co. of
Wilhclma of MaRdeburg General In
Gamfaco Furniture Made to Order.
Picture Framing a Specialty
063 6. &CIIETANIA 8T.
TELEPHONE DL'JE E3I.
Dr. T. Uemura,
I'll VfilfLl n f i Tiil fin riorum tiitrwiol lot
oyo disease. OnRoT Ilorotmla ;-r,
Nuuanu. Hours: S to 11 n. in., 7 to
S p, m. Telcpliuno Main 40. Offlco
Klni; nr. Alupal; hours: 1 to 3 p.m.
Tn)cphnn) White 16C,
n.T.TinTTTm ,,,n . t . -. .
MERCHANT AND ALAKEA STS.
rjgr-'For Rant" cards on sale at
the Bulletin office,
soothing Syrap M
r..iv;t..,l:; .p ft
Alexander & Baldwin
J. P. JDOOKE Manager
IH. P. Baldwin President
J. B. Castle Vice President
W. M. Alexander.. Second Vice Prcs.
L. T. Peck Third Vice Prcs.
J. Watcrhousc Treasurer
E. E. Faxtou Secretary
W. 0. Smith Director
COMMISSION MERCHANTS and
ri cents fot
i Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.
I Haiku Sugar Company.
Maui Agricultural Company.
Kihei Plantation Company.
'Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahuku Plantation Company.
Kahului Railroad Company.
Haleakala Ranch Company.
C. Brewer & Co.. Ltd,
QUEEN STREET, HONOLULU, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookata
Sugar Plant. Co., Onomea Sugar Co.,
Honom'u Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co.,
Pepcekeo Sugar Co., The Planters
V-.: of San Francisco Packets.
LI3T OF OFFICERS:
C. M. Cooke, President; George
Robertson, Vice President and Mana
ger; E. F. Dlshop, Treasurer and Sec
retary; F. W. Macfarlane, Auditor; P.
C. Jones, C. M. Cookn and J. R. Gait,
8. F. DILLING1AI CO
General Agent for Hawaii:
Atlas Assurance Company of London.
New York Underwriters' Agency.
Fr6vldence Washington Insurance Co.
4th FLOOR, STANGENWALD DLDO.
CURES 1 IllfoMiimiiril
r ! u .. i I.amrt, liitl.ijun.il m.
fft..VJl.ii.i. '"",l""" " 'l.Tlln
..,. . - . .. ai.f LI II fl n II tiirinri.an
Kaiirltnisuillicillio. , , - ; ;-
u rw, inifc atBiitiv
s il' tit nf 1-iUiuoih,
f.nil hy lrtiffQlt.
(IrcuUr Iflit vi) rfjurit.
OF ALL KINDS.
DEALERS IN LUMBER AND COAL.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Queen Street :: :: :: Honolulu.
INSTRUCTOR IN SWIMMING AND
Apply for rates at Hcalani Boathouse
NEW SPRING MILLINERY
R03TON DLDG., FORT STREET.
COAT AND PANTO
CLEANED AND PRE8SED FOR
PHONE MAIN 457.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
1318 FORT STREET".
I"avc town until vou call on the
HOTEL, NEAR FORT.
FRENCH LAUNDRY-J. Abadie,
All work done by hand; lace cur
tortus, silk and woolen dry cleaning
made a specialty; tourist work
promptly attended to. 258 Beretauia
Ave., opp. Hawn. Hotel,; Telephone
Occidental Hotel Restaurant
i Meals 25c. From 11 to ?. every
t Tiies,, Tlittrs., und S.U., Roast Tuikcy
innd Cimlherry Sauce, Fresh lobster
(Salad mil UdCMfnco rle. ifest va
ricty of meals in the city. First
J. l.or Wallach mid tho incillcnl
Mils liefiiru the legislature were llio
toxt of President l'lnldinm's niostago
lu thu llo.inl (if Mvultli milimltlod (
Icril.iy afternoon nt Kb niectlhi;. It
nail us follows:
1 liniid j on herewith an omdall)
trrtlflcil copy of Concurrent He.olti
liou No. II us putted liy (lie Legist.!
turp, now sitting.
Thin icKolutlou rcqiicstH Hint J.
Lor Walliieli be purnilttcd to practice,
f(.r n period of nix months, nt the Ka
llbl Itvcclvliig Station, ou Ibore lep
crK, (o tho uiiiiiber of twelve, who
inn ileslrc to come under bis charge.
I would mlvlse the llo.inl (o Igtio'f
the fnct that Dr. Wallach Is both un
licensed and Is under conviction on n
trliiilnnl charge In the I'lrtH Circuit
Should patients us well ns the Leg
islature desire Mr. Wallach to treat
(heiii, the only recourse Is to glo him
every reasonable opportunity and ni-
flstance In silch a way Jlr. Wallach
will be solely mid absolutely respon
sible for the entire care, treatment
mid results in the patient, the Hoard
limply furnishing ample accommoda
tions mid paying the bills.
The llo.uil should Insist on Mr.
Wallach devoting all his time to
The Hoard cannot with dignity ne
rpt .Mr. Wallarb'n services without
compensating him for bis (line,
which Is provided for. '
1 submit a reply to the Honorable
'Senate mid llousc of Itepreseiilntlves
In connection with Conciirient Reso
lution No. U mid recommend its adop
tion. Mr. Wallaib was given by both Dr.
Ililnclicrhorr mid iuself mi opportu
nity to submit evidence In substan
tiate his claims. He lefnud to pio
('nee the slightest proof.
Neither the Kcdeml nor Territorial
lioal til olllclals could m'alntaln foi
niie moment tho roiiflilcnre of Out
world nt large If they were to yield
lo the mere assertions of aihentureis
In secret remedies.
Medlc.il science Is ton far advanced
for any. responsible Hoard of Health
or inedluil authority to accept the
tiliiff of a matt who claims his medi
cal knowledge was nciiulicd nt Out,
ago of 11 tears, but, as the lespon-
Hlblllty has been iissiiiiied by our law
making body, It Is pmpci- Out Hoard
t luld Its Judgment respectfully to the
l.cgMntuie, lit the same time placing
Itself on iciord that It may maintain
Its standing beforu other Ho.uils of
The Wallach Incident has not dis
turbed jour executive In the slight
Thu attacks on the contiol of con
tagious mid Infections disease have
disturbed him greatly.
Tho Territory of Hawaii Is ux
posed to (ontugloiis mid iufertloui
disease In a pecullnr and marked de
gree. Ilxcept ns the Inw directs. It does
not coiueiii the lloaid of Health ns
to what treatment Is npplled fo u le
gally lesponslble person of legal age
Liiffcrlug with disease bo the treat
iraiit faith, prajcr or other Intangi
ble methods, or even the highest med
ical mid surgical skill, but It does
concern vitally the lloaid of Health,
the comuitililt) at large, foielgn mi
tloni mid the rcdei.il (Internment
that any person permitted to piaetlcn
for the cure of dlseasu shall be so
(lunlllled and skilled In diagnosis mid
pathology as to bu able to pi inaptly
iccogulzo contagious mid Infectious
illse.ibes mid Immediately icport them
to the Hoard according to law
Oneu In lecelpt of legal Informa
tion uHiihotc, Iho Hoard of Health us
I nines the responsibility of piotect
Ing public I'.eulOi.
Foreign nations can iiiurnutlu'o
against us, ,
The mainland can iuarmilluo
Tho i'edoral Rovernincnt ran (on
line our lommeicii nnd omelvcs
wlihln our own holders.
Our Isolation is such we cannot
nvobl the conseiiiiences of liny lntclty
on our pint.
Wo maj bo assured tho abovci nam
id lights will bo oxciclsed against
omseltes mid our commerce should
Tho law should never courodo the
right to Ignorance to hide Itudf be
hind nshcilcd Inheient rights mid be
liefs lo the peril of public health, but
nbould tlx such high standards ot
knowledge nml qualification for thoie
who pi.ictlcc on disease Hint Iho In
tent uf the law us to contagious and
- "' - ----ni
HI M M
Tho fulled States gunboat Alinap
oils, ('apt U J. Clark, arrived this
morning from Mare Island nfter a
Pleasant trip of nine das from the
Coast. She Is a tilm looking boat,
though rnlbcr peciillarl) rigged. Her
tluee slender masts rising without
tards and her short thick smokestnek
The Annapolis tlll remain here for
about u week and will lake ou ISO tons
of coal, then sailing for Midway 'with
the detachment of marines whlrh was
Pi ought here on the Sherman. She
will bring back tho marines who are
How ou duty at the cable station and
will then leate In three or four ilayB
lor SailloH, where she will replace the
Adams, now on dutt ns a cruising ship
In Sniuonii waters.
Thu AiiiiiikiIIs Is ns dean and neat
a ship as could be found lu tho navy
and In Oils legnrd differs greatly from
the foreign war estels which bate
been seen licru reccntl) Her deck Is
spotless ami from her masthead to
her waterllnc there U not a spot of
cilrt to be seen. She seems to bo about
the sire of the Manning ami carries
rapid Pic guns as her otfenslvo weap
ons, Shu has been luld up In Mure
island for sonic time and was only
put bark 111 commission on Maich 25.
Lieutenant Commander I.. J. Clark,
who Is In command of On gunboat. Is
n line looking type of the American
naval olllccr. A man or nppniciitly
i. little over middle age, tall ami erect,
with clear and strong features, he could
take his place lu any assembly and one
would pick him out for what ho Is.
During the Spanish war he faw sr
vlcc on tho Detroit In Cuban waters
and recently bus been in command of
ono of tho navy supply ships. This Is
his first visit o Honolulu In speak
ing of the consolidation of tho natal
licet on the rurlllc bo mid
"I can eo no reason that Honolulu
should not bu Visited l the I'aclllc
Sipiadron as I inulenitiiuil Hint ll will
liejicjit logelhcV ami will bu p.ut of
tho time In Oriental waters and partly
lu the waters of,tlin l'aclU' Const. That
would menu frequent vHlts to Hawaii.
I left Admlinl l.tons nt. Mure Island
p. few dnys ago mid both bu nml Mrs.
I.yoiii were grieving hut tho fnct that
I hey hud been changed finin Honolulu.
They nppcnr fo bo very fond of Oils,
city and us they huvc hail thrco months
of steady ruin In California they woubi
like very much to bo b.ick'bcrc In Ho
nolulu. Wo will icimiln here for nlmul
u week before going lo XfMwny mid I
liopo to bo nblo'to see u ktiod deal of
your city mid (be surrounding coun
try, ns i nave liennl a gical deal of Its
(Continued from Page 1)
lo i .lain tho milliner which hau been
used In previous jeirs. Tho annual
election wns to h.itu taken place. ei
teiday but on iiccoiint of tho trouhlu
that had mlseii It was decided to
postpone It till April 3.,.
Tho rlub-houso jesterdny was
cl owned Willi Chinese, sonin on nun
fide and wimo on iho other, and 'If ll
bud not been for tho fact thnt tlia
president called the meeting to order
end then declmcil mi adjournment
till April ;:., and aim left tho build-
Ing at thu same tlnm. serious trouble
might bavo ensued.
After tho meeting had been !ii.;"mmvei and unimproved; also rent
Jimrned In tho iminuer related above,
the Insurgents held a meeting nnd
election of their own, nt which Oicy
declared I,. Aknu elected as president
of tho club In plain of Pang l.uni
Mow The matter has been placed lu
the bands of attorneys mid thu trou
ble will probably be aired In the
courts. Attorney I.'. A. Doutliitt rep
resouts the regular president and
Magoou & l.lghtfoot, Aknu.
t The Hongkong Muni arrived juht bo
tine noon and will leave, tomoriiitv
morning nt 10 o'clock for Iho Orient.
She (nought dotvii the malls nml iu
pers for four ilnyn, tho accumulation
since the Sherman left Sail Francisco.
Among her passengers nru four who
will lat oter lu Honolulu Oil tho next
! ! ! ! ! ! -i- ! i' . A
Infectious dUeufo could not fuller y
Should such cpiallflcd prac lt loner
choooo to abandon tin tangible for
tho Intangible in tiealmenl bu Is'cii
puble of, nt least, reccigiilzlng cuntii
nlous or Infectious disease and any
falluie on his par) to ubey the law
would be deliberate and Intentional
nnd not u result of Ignorance.
Thus the status befoio' thn law
would be clear mid denned mtd ca
pable of being enfmred befoio tho
I'lnkhnm lend a letter to lie l.eg
Islatuie, which he had piepmed, srt
Illifi foi lb Iho pi opined plan for coa
litions under ttnlcli tho Wallach ex
poitment will bn cnnductml.f uTblii
matter tvnH dlscusped lu oxeciitlte
--' JBft---- IjJkOAu
JAMES T. TAYLOR, M. Am. Soc. C.E.
Consulting- Hydraulic Engineer.
HONOLULU, H. T.
PAST DUE AGENCY Collector of
Claims and Accounts. Phone Main
383. 122 S. KING ST.
A. J. DERBY. D. D. S.
Benton Building. Third Floor.
For a limited time only we can
offer residence in Makiki maukn of
Wilder avenue, one block from car
line, fn a fine neighborhood.
Lot 125x150. House contains par
lor, dining- room, 3 bedrooms, bath
loom, kitchen, lanai, etc.
Servants' quarters. Stable.
Lot is planted with choice fruit
and shade trcn.
Let us show vou this property.
Bishop Trust Co..
924 BETHEL STREET.
J. ALFRED MAGOON'S
REAL ESTATE NOTICE.
FOR RENT OR LEASE.
The entire FIRST FLOOR
BASEMENT OF THE MAGOON
BUILDING, corner of Merchant and
Alakea Streets, Honolulu. There is
installed ou the premises 25 li. p. en
gine and boiler, fuel oil tank, pumps,
jhfiftin::, etc. All in perfect condi
tion. The premises arc suitable for
ttorci or for manufacturing purposes,
and may be rented ns a whole or in
parts on reasonable terms.
Cottage on Emma Street, opposite'
Emma Square, parlor, dining-room,
two bed-rooms and kitchen. Two
room cottage on the premise.,.
Cottage on Young Street, near
Kccaumoku, parlor, dining-room, 3
bed-rooms, latgc yard.
On Nuuanu Street, just above
Vineyatd, as a whole or in subdivi
sions, laud known ns the Crabbc
property, on which are two comfort
7 ncrcs of land in Upper Nuuanu
Valley, on which is a comfortable
dwelling of 6 rooms, large lanai,
kitchen and bath; also a good stable
jantl carriage house. Neighborhood
Z00'-1 climate delightful; soil fertile;
i'ej uuu uuwens, siruwucmcs, oa
'"" vegetables and fruits grow
land in many places in Honolulu,
producinii real estate in and outside
Apply to MAO00N & LI0HTF00T,
Attorncys-nt-Iaw, cor. Merchant and
Alr.kca Sts., Honolulu,
Fancy and plain colors; medium
and best grades of: Cortet Covers.
Petticoats, Night Cowno, Drawers,
Chemises and a Bltj Assortment of
Sale Prices Arc Almost Half Reg
Don't Mitt This Chaneel
NEW LINES OF EMBROIDERY &
NUUANU bet. HOI Cl. S. KING Ste.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a cumolete tummary cf
the news of the aay.
The LHtlc Ads. with the Big Results
Ily lady mid gentleman, board un
lodging with n prltate famll) Ad i
dress I'. O. II. .(JS. SCCS-lt'
Man desires position In country storu
or ns r.irpeliter Address "A. II. '
thin olllcc 3CC7-1W
Imiuliv r. ll. King. Cottngo drove,
for furnished collages, two blocks
fioiu Hawaiian Hotel, gas stote, no
cat fare; $21. 3CC7 tf
Cheap Tine, tool, mosqulto-pinnf
housekeeping rooms, electric lights
mid hot bath. Phone Hluo 132.
Desirable looms with board nt Mrs.
J. W. McDonald, I'linuliou St., tn
pretty cottage Just completed.
April 1st, C-ronin cottage. K.1S Col
lege St. Iiuiuliu lit ill Heretnnl.i
Cott.iges in Chrlstly Lane. Apply
Wong Kwul, Smith St . iii.iukii Ho
tel. furnished moms nnd n small cottage.
Alakea House, 1077 Alalccn 8t.
2 furnished front rooms nt 1223 Km-
mi St.; rent reanmablc. 310l-tf
Newly fiirnlsbeil inosnultn p"Mif
ro'ims nt SI Vineyard St. 272s-tf
Klalilo and enrriago house. Phono
Hluo 132. 3G35-U
Jl.nn Itooms, good locality. Phono
Hluo 132 J0..l-tf
At All Watehdealers.
Acent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cer. FORT end KINO Sti., Honolulu.
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Dulletln nlvea a complete summary of
the news of the day.
Mrs. Hodgton, Teacher of Piano, Or
pan nud Singing. A clear mid Intelli
gent comprehension of the Theory of
Music and how to perform It In a re
fined ami graceful manner, with a thor
ough knowledge of counting, guaran
teed to etery pupil. Pupils proparud
for Iho teaching profession. Ileal
dencu nnd Studio, 27C 'lleretnnla St.,
between Alnke.i St. and Central Union
Church. Sou tlgn, 3Gi-lm
Mr. Jat. Sheridan, pianoforte tuner.
All orders sliouM lie left at mo nil
wnllnii Nowh Co., Young bblg. Pliomt
2UI or Cottage No. 1, llaalelea Lawn
See Hatting! far repairs of Locks,
Keys, Music Duxes, Sharpening of
Flue Cutlery Hear Union drill.
For a nice, smooth shave call at the
Criterion Sboil. lilt Port St.
carui on tale at
1 1-(i Bulletin o'fln.
TRADE cBOOMERSS S SIGNS)
fine turner let In Maklkl. Curbing,
water, fruit and jrnameiUl trttr
ad all Improvoments. Two min
utes' walk from cari and Pun&hoa
College. Addreii It. F.. this office.
Tho best and dry firewood can bo
bought at tho Koko Firewood Co.
Woodynrd, cor. Nuuanu and I'auabI
Sta ; SO l'aunhl St.; l'hone Mam
Three Castlti Cigarettes. A new
shipment bns been received. On
salo fiow by Kltzpatrlck tiros, and
the Myrtle Cigar Store. 362C-U
1'uro White Leghorn and Plymouth
Hock eggs for setting. 41 King
near MeCulIy St 3r.Rl-tr
Collie pups. Australian sheep does.
Hlng up P It Isenberg, Main 2"S.
llc-ef cattle for sale nt ICubukii. Hawaii.
Appl Col Sam Norrls. Waloblnu
HOOM AND BOARD
Itoom mid board In prlvnte family for
lady or gentleman. 133C Wilder Av.
la not a Luxury; It It Necessity.
Out you Mutt have the DE8T
and thn is provided by tha famoua
and moat equitable Lawa of Matt.
chuietti, In the
New England Mutual
Life Insurance Co.,
OF BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS.
If you would be fully Informed about
these laws, address
Castle & Cooke,
HONOLULU, T. H.
The Expert Dentists
MODERN HIGH CLASS DENTISTRY.
Office hours Week days, till 5 p.m.;
Sundays by appointment.
F. L. FERGUSON, D. D. S., Manager.
HOTEL ST. opp. Union. Arlington blk.
Help supplied to plantations, families,
shippers and storekeepers. Sato it
Ozawa, Phono Whito 257C.
Will be given by an experienced teach
er In tho following Hookkeeplng.
Shorthand, I.ntlu, (ierman and tho
common branches. Call or address
No. fill) S. King. 3G43-M
Umbrella re-covered and brail pol
ished. Taknta, 1281 Fort 8t.
For houte-help, phone White 2891, Ma
kiki. fictiernl Kmployniunt Ollco,
cor. Peusncola nud Heretanla.
5 Yee Sing Kee Plumber and Tinsmith,
Smith St., bet. lintel and Pauahl.
Ilomu decoration not in har
mony with other appointments
won't go in this, century of re
finement. Vou ought to nclvis: with men
of experience men who have
inadi; a study of home decora-
THE HOME DECORATOR